Conveniently resting next to the owner's home in an idyllic location in the countryside of Wales, Hazel Nook offers a couple a unique base from which to explore the natural beauty of this blissful area. A wonderful shepherd's hut found just outside of the excitement of Narberth town, this property makes a wonderful choice for a rural and romantic escape. Park up right outside of the property before stepping out and soaking in the fresh countryside air, taking a seat on your private patio to make the most of your surroundings, the charcoal barbecue offering alternative dining for the summer months too. Take the three steps up to find the modest but inviting open-plan living space, the corner seating area making the perfect spot to unwind, as well as doubling into a sofa bed to offer you a flexible sleeping arrangement for those travelling with a friend. The kitchen area offers a good selection of amenities, with a hot spot, microwave, two ringed electric hot plate, fridge, kettle and toaster, while you can find a good selection of eateries within the local town too. At the rear of the hut is the lovely double bedroom, with a pretty interior, it makes a wonderful spot to catch up on your rest. The shower room can be found externally, an extremely spacious spot to prepare for your day ahead, it boasts all of a walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC, with a contemporary interior in here too. The centre of Narberth can be found just a quarter of a mile away, making a lovely route for a brisk uphill stroll in the morning to discover its good range of restaurants to choose from for a delicious breakfast including all of cafés, restaurants and pubs. Narberth is also home to upmarket boutiques, specialist deli grocers and unique gift shops where you can while away the hours searching for the perfect souvenir, as well as being home to its very own museum where you can learn more about the history of the area through artifacts, an archive of documents and social history, interactive activities and more, while the ruined Norman fortress of Narberth Castle is well-worth visiting too for the perfect picnic spot. Be sure to visit the Queen's Hall in the town too, a wonderful cultural and arts venue hosting concerts, plays and events catering to a variety of tastes, while you're sure to enjoy a day out in the harbour town of Tenby at any time of the year, home to the sandy stretch of Castle Beach, its own castle ruins, Tenby Museum and Art Gallery and even more rich history, there's so much to explore here. Visit Saundersfoot with its secluded beaches and charming atmosphere, or venture further afield to find the wonder of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the UK's only coastal National Park, it offers a scenic experience like no other. In easy reach of so much excitement, Hazel Nook is the perfect choice for a pair seeking a fun-filled escape to Wales. This property can be booked with ref. 1055969 sleeping a total of 6 guests.
Two electric fires. Electric hot plate, fridge and WiFi. Complimentary mini welcome hamper with welsh waffles, prosecco and beer. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Ample off-road parking. One well-behaved pet welcome. Private enclosed lawn and patio with furniture, charcoal barbecue and storage. Sorry, no smoking permitted in the hut. Shop 0.4 miles, pub 0.3 miles. Note: Although this property is all on the ground floor, there are three steps up to enter the hut. Note: There is a sofa bed in the living area to offer a flexible sleeping arrangement. Note: The property is situated next to a main road and the sound of traffic is present.
All-ground-floor. One double bedroom with electric fire. External shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC. Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire and sofa bed
Narberth is a vibrant town resting in rural Wales, with plenty of quaint shops, inviting eateries and pubs to assist you on a self-catered stay. The town is home to Queen's Hall, a cultural and arts venue hosting a variety of concerts, plays and events, while the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park can be reached via a scenic car journey for those seeking outdoor adventure. With access to Tenby and Carmarthen too, there's plenty to explore around Narberth.