The chalet is situated on the edge of the friendly village of Maenclochog, at the foot of the spectacular Preseli Hills in North Pembrokeshire.
Ty Pren Bach sits in the grounds of Westland West, a 5½ acre small holding. It is in a peaceful and relaxing setting with stunning views of the Preseli Hills, where the famous blue ‘ringing stones’ were taken by people in the Neolithic period, to use in the creation of Stonehenge. Opposite the entrance to the driveway are the two ‘Cornel Bach’ standing stones and from here is the start of a lovely walk that leads to the hills.
Ty Pren Bach sleeps 5 people in 2 bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with a single bed and a full size bunk bed.
This is a single storey property – there are 2 steps at the entrance.
TV/Video, free WiFi available
Well equipped kitchen, sitting room with lovely views of the hills, dining room, bathroom with shower over the bath, utility room with washing machine.
Bedlinen and towels provided.
There is ample level parking, a rear patio area with a landscaped garden that looks out on Foel Cwmcyrwen the highest point of the Preseli Hills.
Garden furniture, bird feeders & outside tap.
Maenclochog, which means ‘Stone bells’, has two shops, petrol stations with service facilities, a post office and pub all within walking distance of the property. Ty Pren Bach is in an excellent location for exploring Pembrokeshire and West Wales.