A beautifully renovated home of two Pembrokeshire stone barns, in part dating back to the early 18th century, linked together by a central lounge which has floor to ceiling glass walls on two sides and a turf roof.
The property is accessed down a gated private tree lined drive-way of roughly a quarter mile. Set in a third of an acre of fenced and wooded landscaped gardens, with an additional fenced pony paddock of roughly two acres. There is plenty of room for children to play and kick a ball.
Lower Lochturffin has its own unique and specially compiled pictorial user guide book, featuring the history and meaning of the name of the cottage, the facilities the cottage has to offer and a personal review by the family owners of the many nearby local beaches and places to eat.
Whilst the cottage is fenced off from the nature reserve and lakes, each lake being about 100 yards from the cottage, guests should always supervise their children when they are in the nature reserve, particularly where the children are young or unable to swim.
Lower Lochturffin is stylishly furnished and equipped throughout to extremely high standards.
Have a picnic in the private nature reserve or at some of the other spots suggested in the user guide.
Under floor central heating - every room with its' own thermostatic control, and an oil burning stove in the lounge makes this beautiful home extremely comfortable and warm all year.
You can park within a few yards of the front door and there is just a single step in the cottage, between the lounge and two of the three bedrooms.
Fly fishing on private lake.