Traditional Pembrokeshire Longhouse
Caermaenau Fawr (which translates as ‘large fortified pile of stones’) is a historic Pembrokeshire longhouse set in delightful gardens with a large wildlife pond and is surrounded by its own fields.
The remains of the most westerly forge at which cattle were shod before setting off for England lie in the orchard of Caermenau Fawr and it is still possible to walk part of the drovers’ route through the farm.
Views of the Preseli Mountains can be enjoyed from the property.
It is a relaxed, country farmhouse where dogs and donkeys are part of the family and where we like our guests to feel at home.
It is not suitable for children under 12.
Caermaenau Fawr is centrally located in a quiet, secluded position yet just a few minutes drive from the A40; an ideal position for exploring all that Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion have to offer; or as a stop on the way to Ireland.
The bustling town of Narberth, with its array of individual shops, galleries, antique and vintage emporiums, boutiques, restaurants and cafés is just two miles away.