We are pleased to offer a spacious converted dairy barn as accommodation. We undertook the renovation of this venacular building and it took two years to finish. The barn is situated within the smallholding. We have replaced dairy livestock for vines, willow and two re-wilding sites. The barn has a spacious yet cosy feel, with 2 woodburning stoves and all mod cons. It is situated perfectly for exploring the Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire coastlines as well as exploring the Preseli hills with all their Welsh magic. Of course closer to home you are more than welcome to wander through the garden or the vineyards. If you have any questions about the vineyard or garden, just ask.
The Barn has its own spring so we literally have spring water on tap.
We provide a generous initial supply of wood for the log burners, all the wood is sourced from our land and includes seasoned Oak, Ash and Willow. We have planted two areas of Willow which are in different stages of the coppicing cycle. Further logs can be purchased at additional cost.
We renovated the barn with an eco wish list in heart and mind. One of those wishes being that we wanted the barn to have access to solar PV and another was access to solar thermal. The barn shares both of these with us. We are very pleased that on completion of the renovation the barn was calculated to have a negative carbon footprint.
The mobile phone reception can be sketchy in the barn due to our rural location and can be provider dependent but there is good reliable Wifi so calls are possible from smartphones via Facetime, Whatsap, Viber, Skype etc and with Wi-Fi Calling.
We are listed on Airbnb as The Barn at Hebron Vineyard, we have super-host status. If you'd like to stay in the barn to explore and enjoy this beautiful part of West Wales then you can contact us either directly or via Airbnb.
The Barn at Hebron Vineyard has been converted to be able to accommodate up to 7-8 people comfortably. The barn is as cosy for couples as it is for larger groups. There are 2 double bedrooms, a twin bedroom and a fold out small double bed in the lounge (not a sofa bed).We also have an extra floor mattress and a travel cot. Guests are welcome to enjoy the gardens and vineyards within the 13 acre smallholding with tree swings, climbing apparatus, dens, streams and ponds for children and adults. There is an outdoor patio area for barbecues and fires. We supply a portable barbecue-come-fire-pit, which you will find hanging in the porch.
The accommodation is ideally situated to explore all of the the magnificent coastline of West Wales, packed with secret coves, beaches and walks, including the Pembrokshire Coast Path. The Barn is nestled amid the foothills of the breath-taking Preseli Hills; which are within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Fantastic hill walking where breathtaking views are abundant.