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Treseissyllt Hafod in Pembrokeshire: a new use for old stables

"Hafod" means Summer Homestead. The owners decided to convert the outbuildings of an ancient Pembrokeshire farmhouse into a holiday home. The simple, vernacular construction had become very derelict and while we were able to save the main front range of buildings, the rear lean-tos were beyond redemption. This presented the opportunity to create something a little different on that side.

Inside, the living room is on split levels, with stunning views through the glazed roof of Garn Fawr on the Pembrokeshire coast.

Treseissyllt Hafod is a stone's throw from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and is available to let for holidays.