Old Lan Farmhouse

Carmarthenshire, Wales

Old Lan Farmhouse

Relax · Recharge · Replenish · Revive at Login a hamlet in the valley and sits on both sides of the meandering River Tâf. A stone bridge crosses the river approximately 100 metres from a ford near the weir, which used to be the original crossing place.
We are very excited to launch Moonstone Lodge, a bespoke design crafted by our very own local sculptor Neil Machin using wood sourced from fallen ash trees, sadly lost to ash die back here on the land at Old Lan Farmhouse.
Our stunning new log cabin offers a cosy and tranquil hideaway hidden in a wildlife haven oasis, harmonising with nature among rising woodlands and boasting stunning panoramic views of the Pembrokeshire countryside. A magical setting perfect for that romantic get-away!
Living & Eating
Unwind in unrivalled luxury and enjoy the extra special touches designed to make your stay with us truly unforgettable. Luxury and style ooze from every corner of this quirky lodge. Inside you will find a cosy open plan living space, well insulated and home to bespoke styling features such as the handmade breakfast bar – a truly stunning addition, accompanied by a petite and stylish fully equipped kitchen, including a mini fridge freezer, microwave, hob, kettle and toaster.
Kick back and chillax on the luxury king-size bed snuggled in the sumptuous throws and linens or recline on the cosy sofa admiring the breath-taking views after cranking up the wood burning stove, ideal for toasting toes during the winter months!
Bathroom
The lodge boasts a modern shower room with quirky stying touches including a bespoke mounted wash basin crafted from fallen ash trees that have been given another lease of life thanks to Neil's vision and imagination.
Outdoor Space
Hear the breeze rustling the leaves heavy on the lush branches of tree-lined hillsides while enjoying birdsong as you enjoy your morning cuppa. Unwind over an alfresco lunch or BBQ supper watching the sun go down on your private decking area complete with your own private bubbling wood-fired hot tub and uninterrupted views.

Health and Wellness coach Emma and her team bring the 'Total Body Wellbeing' experience to life, creating a personal health package tailored just for you. Let us help you to find new ways to bring a little balance back into your life for a greater sense of health and wellbeing.

We pride ourselves on providing you with an environment ideal for your personal enrichment and growth, helping you to 'live your best life'. Whether you are looking for an activity packed adventure or a more relaxed and nurturing weekend, you are in control and can personalise your stay by choosing the activities that work best for you. Just remember - there are no compulsory elements to the weekend - do as little or as much as you desire for your glamping experience.

Amenities

  • Fire pits
  • hot tub

Grounds and nearby

EXPLORE THE LOCAL AREA AROUND OLD LAN FARMHOUSE
Uncover something magical, tumbling hills, exquisite coastlines, fairy-tale landscapes. Few places offer such immense variety, rich in history, diverse in culture and boasting overwhelming beauty of natural landscapes – rated by National Geographic magazine as the second-best coastline in the world! Pembrokeshire is truly steeped in history and alive with nature.
The Local Area:
The local market town of Narberth, famous for its annual food festival, is approximately 10-minute drive away and caters well for guests with several good restaurants, pubs, antique shops and independent boutiques. There’s also a great range of local shops including a butcher, greengrocer, bakery, a choice of small supermarkets and a fabulous delicatessen - ‘Ultracomedia’ where Spain meets wales! The intimate restaurant in the back room is where the magic happens, and you get to taste an array of wonderful tapas dishes. Take the opportunity to stroll through the local vineyard Cwm Deri at Martletwy or perhaps indulge in some wine tasting whilst you soak up the splendour and enjoy some of the nearby woodland walks. Families will love Folly Farm, Oakwood theme park and the Blue Lagoon water park.

The stunning coast of Pembrokeshire is just a 25-minute drive away where you can easily reach the prestigious harbour town of Tenby. It’s known for its 13th-century town walls and its stretches of sandy shoreline, including North, South and Castle Beach lined with piers and boardwalks and a host of attractions including wildlife boat tours.

Saundersfoot is just a stone’s throw away with a beautiful sandy beach and some spectacular views from St Brides Hotel, an oasis of calm perched on a cliff top where you can enjoy a delicious lunch overlooking the bay, or simply stop for coffee or your favourite tipple. For those special celebratory moments you can also sample the A La Carte cuisine at the popular Coast Restaurant set on the shoreline, just metres away from the lovely golden sands of Coppet Hall with unrivalled views of the sea and skyline.

Cardigan Bay is also just a short drive away and home to the renowned Poppit Sands. Venture further afield for the award winning Barafundle Bay (access to the beach is down steps from the cliff top, so not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs), or visit the spectacular beach at Freshwater West, home to the multi-award winning beach shack ‘Cafe Môr’ (pretty notorious on the British street food scene). Along with Whitesands Bay, these are both very popular spots with surfers and water sport fanatics. Manorbier, Broadhaven and Newgale are also worthy of a mention here too!

If you like to fish, Teifi River is a must and you can get permits for trout fishing whilst there are many paths and tracks to be explored on foot or by bike. The town of Newcastle Emlyn is lovely and well worth a visit, with a pretty river, the remains of a castle, a lovely church plus lots of independent shops, restaurants, and a farmer’s market to explore.

Explore Britain’s smallest picturesque city – St David’s a place of pilgrimage for centuries and home to the 12th century St David’s Cathedral. Gothic ruins of the Bishop's Palace lie on the opposite bank of the river from the cathedral and provide a suitably dramatic backdrop for open air theatre performances in the summer. Boat trips to the wild offshore islands of Ramsey,
Grassholm, Skomer and Skokholm offer an opportunity to get close to the sea life that call this rugged landscape home. Catch a glimpse of puffins, gannets, porpoises, dolphins and whales and choose a 15-minute island hop or a leisurely cruise depending on how sturdy your sea legs are.

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