Whether you want to explore the culture, wildlife, food haunts or just relax in comfortable luxury, a warm and inviting welcome awaits at Asheston Eco Barns.
Situated in the heart of Pembrokeshire, they are located only five minutes from the nearest Blue Flag beach, down their own private lane with stunning rural views, offering peace and tranquillity for a three night break for up to six people.
All that Pembrokeshire has to offer is within easy reach, whether it be exploring the wonders of St David’s Cathedral, or Pembroke Castle – the birthplace of Henry VII. Several accessible beaches are within a 15 minute drive, where adventurous guests can try activities like coasteering or kayaking.
Visitors can browse local art galleries, potteries and artisan jewellers, then try one of Pembrokeshire’s many fantastic eateries. As it is Britain’s only coastal National Park there is a huge variety of sea life and bird life that can be seen either from boat trips or watching from the coast.
Choose from five spacious eco barns which sleep between four and seven people. Each blends the traditional and modern, including many eco-friendly features.
These five-star holiday cottages come with every luxury you’d expect, from eco toiletries and MP3 players to antique furniture and comfy beds – not forgetting deep sofas for relaxing evenings in front of the fire.
The kitchens and diners are fully equipped and every eco barn has its own landscaped area for BBQs, al fresco dining, or just relaxing with a glass of wine.
Living on site, Karen and Jeff are on hand to assist and offer advice about where to go and what to do.
Each barn has ramps at each door plus extra wide doorways and four out of the five barns have ground floor bedrooms and wet rooms, with grab rails. Some equipment is available on site and the rest can be arranged in conjunction with the guest’s requirements. They are very flexible and can rearrange furniture to suit requirements.
If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning the fantastic prize, simply answer the following question: