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The Bower Farm
Price Range: £37 - £45
Phone: +44 (0)7974 078866
This is a working sheep farm where we breed and train horses and keep ornamental poultry.
This is the place you have been planning to go to ... ... Where fantasy becomes reality.
Our historic family have been living and working in this area since the sixteenth century and our knowledge is at your disposal.
Our home cooked scrumptious food and friendly, relaxed atmosphere will fill you with cheer and warm your heart.
Your host is a raconteur of repute!
Within a short driving distance are a selection of theme parks and other exciting entertainment for the younger generation.
We love animals and are pleased if you bring your dogs and horses with you on holiday.
We have had distinguished write ups in "Holiday Which" and "The Daily Mail". Quotes from our visitors book include "This is something special", "Came for one night, stayed for six, what more need we say" ;"Our children loved feeding the lambs and watching the ducks dive on the pond" ;"Now we know where the 'Great' is in Britain".
One family gave their children the option of
going to Euro Disney for a week or back to the Bower for the third time - we admired their choice!
It’s no exaggeration to say "We’ve got the lot!" except perhaps for the hoards of holiday makers that many other parts of costal Britain attract -and there is no special "Welsh Welcome" there!
Full en-suite facilities with LCD TV/DVD
Tray with tea, chocolate, coffee, and biscuits.
Top of the range 10" deep mattresses on beds.
Comfortable separate lounges for adults & children.
Extensive children's video library.
Wireless internet facilities for visitors use.
Use the house whenever you please.
Seclusion, yet walking distance of beach.
Peaceful, stunning sunset, over the sea.
Clear night skies for star gazers.
Private safe parking outside the door.
Drying room for sports clothes, fishing gear etc.
Tarmacadam driveway to save your exhausts and keep your shoes clean!
WTB 4 Star Farm with Dragon & Welcome Host Gold Award
We could go on….. but like an excited child telling an exaggerated tale; "You wouldn't believe the rest!"
Just come and see for yourself.
This is the "in" part of Britain to visit from October to April, when the large colony of grey seals are having their pups. When the wind whips the surf into spectacular sights. When Windsurfers and sailors compete all winter. When the winter migratory birds make it an ornithologists paradise. When country sports are at their best - Pembrokeshire has 3 packs of hounds, all hunting 3 days a week providing something different, colourful and interesting to see.
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