The Stable at Cilgelynen provides boutique style accommodation minutes from the sea and the Preseli Hills. Packed with unique, environmentally friendly features, this luxurious conversion provides a cosy upstairs kitchen,lounge and balcony space with beautiful views across the Gwaun Valley and Dinas Mountain. Downstairs, there is a master bedroom with handcrafted, solid oak canopy bed, private Swedish sauna and wetroom, master bathroom with spa bath and a single bedroom with sunroom access.
The Dovecote at Cilgelynen is an imaginatively converted detached stone barn packed with unique character features. It has been designed to be a comfortable home from home with an emphasis on luxury and romance. It has a spacious, well equipped kitchen and dining area, a cosy lounge and a stunning conservatory sun room. A hand crafted oak staircase leads you up to an en-suite mezzanine bedroom with four poster bed. It is set in a beautifully landscaped garden with spring fed ponds and stream, and commands splendid views over the surrounding countryside.
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We came to the Dovecote to celebrate Jen’s 30th birthday and relax for a few days. We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect retreat. The Jacuzzi and log fire were ideal, the cottage and surroundings are beautiful and tranquil. Thank you for making such a welcoming space, the finishing touches make it feel special.Jen and XanderDec 2016
Amazing cottage with a beautiful view and fantastic walks around it. Loved the sauna and Jacuzzi and beautiful, comfortable beds. Highly recommended to others and we’ll definitely be back. Five stars to Ken and Vicky, our first visit to Pembrokeshire and the best time we’ve had.Fraser and KorbyOct 2016
Despite raining from arrival to departure, we have had a very relaxing three days, Dovecote is a real chillout zone, beautiful cottage, absolutely love everything about it, wish I could take it home with me. Brilliant bird life, spa bath, kitchen etc, could not persuade the little black cat to come close thoughJulie and PhillipMar 2017