Take a look around

The kitchen
The kitchen
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The living / dining room
The living / dining room
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The master bedroom
The master bedroom
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The Mezzanine looking down onto the master bedroom
The Mezzanine looking down onto the master bedroom
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The master bedroom
The master bedroom
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The second bedroom guest preference- super king
The second bedroom guest preference- super king
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The second bedroom guest preference- twin beds
The second bedroom guest preference- twin beds
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Wet room
Wet room
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About Mill House

Refurbished in 2018, the Mill House has lots of character with exposed stone walls, slate and oak floors. It is a light and airy two bedroom house with an open plan kitchen, living, dining room with a log burner. There is one shower room and an en-suite bathroom/laundry room. The Mill House also has a patio, terrace and a hot tub. Situated in the breath-taking Pembrokeshire National Park, it is a stone’s throw from the beach and coastal path. There is also a pub and restaurant a few steps away.

50 meters from the beach, this upside-down cottage sleeps up to four people in two spacious rooms. One king size bed in the master bedroom and the other bedroom can be adapted to guest preference with either a double or twin beds.

Downstairs
The bedrooms and bathrooms are located on the ground floor. All have underfloor heating, either slate or wood floors and Velux windows with solar powered black out blinds and/or windows with beautifully crafted plantation style shutters.

The Barn - The light and airy master bedroom was previously used as a barn, now it contains a luxurious king-size bed and plenty of space to hang your clothes. There is also a mezzanine, where the mill workers once slept, which is now a cosy hideaway with comfy beanbag chairs where you can stargaze under the eaves, read a book or have a fierce game of UNO.
Mill House
Mill House
An adjoining door from the main room takes you through to the Store, which previously held food supplies but now functions as an en-suite. There is a bath with shower attachment and laundry facilities including a washer drier, airers, iron and ironing board.

The Granary- The second bedroom is where the mill mechanism which once ground the corn for the mill was housed. This spacious room can be adapted to guest preference with either a double or twin beds.

The quirky separate wet room echoes the circular shape of a millstone and features a rainfall shower.

Upstairs
This open plan A-frame upstairs room has lots of character, with an exposed stone wall separating it from the barn room. It contains a fully equipped kitchen including dishwasher and espresso machine. The dining and living area has a roomy table and comfy seats around the log burner.

Outside spaces
There is an outside door from the Store which leads you to the hot tub. Here guests have star gazed, devoured books in the sun, marvelled at fiery sunsets and even enjoyed the bubbling hot tub in a shower of rain.

The living area double doors lead out onto the enclosed terrace which has a table and chairs for alfresco dining or just enjoying your morning coffee while listening to the waves. There is also a charcoal BBQ (seasonal) and steps down towards the beach.

Location

51.8249741, -5.105821

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