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10 Great Reasons Why You Should Stay At Brynhaul Bed and Breakfast
Are you looking for the perfect getaway in Pembrokeshire? Why not visit Brynhaul near thje quaint coastal fishing port of Fishguard? This 4 star b&b boasts a wonderful location at the bottom of Foel Cwm Cerwyn; the tallest peak in Preseli hills. It offers panoramic views of the magnificent rural landscape and sits on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The park offers many interesting activities and attractions and is perfect for those looking for short breaks in West Wales, Whether you're looking for a tranquil and peaceful holiday spot, or a place near top attractions, Brynhaul is the perfect place to stay. Here are some reasons why this b&b is the perfect holiday spot.
High Quality Facilities
Imagine having breakfast as you watch Red Kites circle, or seeing the sun rising behind the Preseli hill tops in the evening. Brynhaul lets you enjoy all this and so much more. Spend time in the garden with your loved ones during sunny weather or snuggle up to the warm, cosy wood-burner on cold winter nights. A patio and garden are located outdoors with a seating area, a fire pit, and a barbeque area. Fancy a quiet stroll? Take a walk in the 7 acre meadow located outside the country house. Cycle storage, wash down, and various drying facilities are provided for your convenience.
Brynhaul B&B is less than a mile outside the quiet village of Maenclochog which includes small grocery shops, garage and country pub. Transportation for guests is available from the pub etc by prior arrangement. To help you plan your holiday in Pembrokeshire information packs of suggested activities and visits are available. Games, books, a couple of kites and DVDs are also on hand to help you unwind after your busy day out.
Luxurious and Comfortable Guest Rooms
This b&b has 3 tastefully furnished rooms namely Cwm Cerwyn, Carn Eifr, Y Galchen. The first two are en-suite and the third is equipped with a private bathroom. All rooms are fitted with hospitality trays, Wi-Fi access, flat screen TVs, DVDs, hair dryers, locally produced organic toiletries, hot showers, and fluffy towels.
Outside guests can enjoy the patio and garden area with a variety of seating, tables, fire pit and BBQ. We also have a seven acre meadow which guests are free to take a stroll.
Guests are encouraged to make Brynhaul a home from home and make the most of the house and garden during their stay.
There is plenty of off road parking and cycle storage with wash down and drying facilities.
Brynhaul serves excellent breakfasts in the dining room or in the spacious conservatory. Enjoy full Welsh breakfasts made from locally sourced ingredients or select some items from the breakfast menu. Special dietary requirements are taken into consideration and delicious lunches and evening meals are provided upon request.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Whether you want to sample amazing walks, cycle in the countryside, explore spectacular beaches, castles, and coves, or simply relax, this part of Wales has everything you need. The Preseli hills are located at the back of this country house and offer excellent walking and cycling routes. The park is home to wildlife like mountain ponies, sheep and & big cats'.
The Coastal Path Walk and Beaches
The county boasts 186 miles of glorious coastline which ranges from brilliant white isolated beaches to wild captivating headlands. The spectacular coastline offers numerous water sports like kite surfing, canoeing, belly boarding, coasteering, surfing, and sailing, among others. You can walk, cycle, swim, have a picnic, or simply chill out.
Llys y Frn Country Park
Llys y Frn Country Park is located 5 minutes away from . It is an excellent retreat for walkers and keen fishers. The reservoir is stocked with fish that can be accessed from boat and land. The park is also a great place for picnics.
Scenic Walks and Cycling Routes
Enjoy scenic walks and cycling routes that will take your breath away as you discover woodlands, reservoirs, and hillsides in the surrounding area.
If you are a nature lover, Gwaun valley is worth a visit. The seasonal bluebells give the valley an almost smokey haze that is absolutely beautiful. The deep wooded valley teems with wild flowers and fauna.
Historic Welsh Sites
Pembrokeshire has rich Celtic roots waiting to be discovered. If you want to learn more about the area's history, visit the Neolithic burial chambre of Pentre Ifan, the Stone Age huts of Castell Henllys, Nevern and Carew's Celtic crosses, Cwm yr Eglwys, Lamphy and Saint David's bishops' palaces, or Saint Govan's chapel.
Welsh Market Towns
The lovely town of Rosebush is located near Brynhaul and offers many excellent eateries. Maenclochog, with its fine selection of grocery shops and an excellent pub, is less than a mile away. If you want to buy something special, visit the shopping towns of Narberth, Cardigan, Fishguard, and Haverfordwest.