Description of Riverside Cabin
A perfect example of ‘tiny house living’, the Riverside Cabin is cosy yet comfortable, and has everything a couple needs for a lively weekend of watersports, or for a perfect romantic glamping getaway…
A hot shower, comfortable bed, a cosy fire and a great space outdoors for enjoying the waterside location without getting your toes wet, as well as access that leads directly to the water’s edge for watersports enthusiasts.
The recently renovated space is quirky, charming and romantic.
The open-plan dining, lounge and kitchenette area benefits from a log-burner to help keep you cosy on those cooler nights, whilst the well-equipped kitchenette (with a gas hob, microwave oven and fridge) provides everything you need to create a romantic meal for two.
There is an upstairs sleeping loft, with luxurious bedding on a king size bed, and a quirky hot shower and toilet downstairs.
Parking is shared with a neighbour, but you have the whole garden to yourselves, which offers ample space for fun and games, as well as stunning views of the river, and is fully equipped with garden furniture, a fire pit, and a BBQ.
From the cabin you can follow the meandering path along the water’s edge or ramble into the Pembrokeshire countryside.
Or why not hike out to the local pub, The Cottage Inn, (a 15 minute amble) renowned for it’s friendly atmosphere and good food.
If you can tear yourself away from the water for a day, there is an abundance of activities an easy drive from us.
Hand-crafted riverside garden cabin
- 1 Unit
- Sleeps: 2 Persons
- Toilets (Private) , Showers (Private)
- Towels(No) and Bedding(Yes)
- Self Catering
Of unknown origins, we like to imagine that this tiny stone-built and timber-clad home in the sleepy hamlet of Black Tar, was once a Pirate's hideout.
It now offers a couple an idyllic riverside retreat away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Open-plan dining, lounge and kitchenette area benefits from a log-burner to help keep you cosy on those cooler nights.
Upstairs sleeping loft, with luxurious bedding on a king size bed, and a quirky hot shower & toilet downstairs.
- None, everything is private
There is ample parking but car access is restricted during Spring tides. Pedestrian access is available at all times along the adjacent Public Right of Way.
Please note, the parking area is open to the waterfront so caution should be exercised with pets and children.
What to bring?
Bring any watersports gear/equipment that you like - you'll find numerous opportunities to use it and undercover storage is provided.