This cottage set just apart from the main house is the original building on the Grove. Built as a traditional longhouse it was owned by the Bailiff of Tenby in the 15th Century. The cottage now contains four characterful rooms, some of which have small private garden terraces overlooking the rear garden for you to relax outside.
On the ground floor of our original 15th century longhouse, this room opens out through a beautiful oak door to a private terrace overlooking our gardens and mature trees. The room is full of character with exposed stone walls and original arrow slits.
Cwtch means ‘to cuddle’ in Welsh and this room is aptly named. A characterful room, warmly decorated in reds, yellows and pink with oak French doors opening out onto a wee little terrace overlooking our meandering stream and gardens.
A sumptuous loft room set in the eaves of this 15th century longhouse. You are welcomed by its beautiful traditional exposed oak frame and masonry walls. Tastefully decorated with fabulous wallpapers, soft Welsh contemporary fabrics and local artwork.
Gorgeous loft room in this 15th century longhouse is perhaps the quietest of our rooms. Traditionally crafted oak frame and masonry walls and tastefully decorated in soft pastel blues and creams. Enjoys a private terrace overlooking our gardens.