This location is outstanding for its scenic attractions which include two impressive volcanic rock outcrops with Iron Age Hill Fort connections and panoramic views across fields, farms and moorland to the sea. This is fantastic walking country and we particularly enjoyed treks round Dinas Head and visits to Strumble Head anjd to Carreg Samson, the 4500-year-old stone tomb. A great benefit of our stay was to gain an insight into the wholesome aspects of an eco-friendly life, from the comfortable warmth generated by the air-source heat pumps to the burgeoning woodland areas that have been create...more
We had hoped to visit Stones Cottages in March but due to illness and covid-19 restrictions we had to postpone. Shani and Dan offered us dates in late Sept/Oct.
We were welcomed on arrival by Shani and introducd to Harmony cottage outside; once again due to covid restrictions. We knew straight away from this meeting we were going to like the place. Geographically it was ideally situated in a rural setting it offered space and peace with extensive views of the surroundin area.
The cottage itself was much bigger than we expected, had everything we required and was comfortable. The underfl...more
We have stayed at Stones cottages many times before and love the location, the green ethos of the whole place and the family who run it.
This is the first time we have stayed at the Workshop and because of Covid concerns the little extras that are normally provided, such as tea/coffee/ hand etc. were missing which we recognise are safety precautions. They have taken so much trouble to make us feel safe staying there.
Our week away here was a wonderful break after lockdown and has energised us to face the oncoming winter which maybe one of discontent!
Many thanks once again to you a...more