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A small wooden cabin and converted bus located in the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Head to the foothills of the Preseli mountains and discover Aros yn Pentre Glas, a handsome property that’s home to two special places to stay: Y Caban bach, a cosy wooden cabin, and Y Panorama, a 1968 converted Bedford Plaxton bus. Located in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, it’s a scenic spot to spend some time, among the soaring red kites and chirping stonechats.

One-bed Y Caban bach is a cosy chalet-like cabin, complete with power, double bed, and a veranda for making the most of balmy evenings. Fancy whipping up a meal? There’s a fully equipped kitchenette next to the cabin with a gas oven, grill and fridge. Y Panorama, on the other hand, is a four-berth open-plan vehicle with a double bed and large futon. There’s a kitchen kitted out with all of the essentials and a wood-burning stove for warmth on a cold night. The unique automobile has been lovingly restored, it’s a unique place to stay indeed. Both units have private alfresco space – light up the bbq and enjoy the stunning scenery with a juicy burger and an ice cold beer. Ablution-wise, there’s a communal block with two separate shower rooms, non-chemical washing products and a well-maintained compost toilet.

On rainy days, there’s an old cow shed to take refuge in and play a game of pool or table tennis, as well as a chill area and courtyard garden. Or why not book in a session with on-site yoga teacher Gilly? But when the sun shines, it’s time to get out and explore; stroll the Golden Road, a seven-mile gently undulating walk across the spine of the Preseli Hills or hit the scenic coastal footpath. Feeling revitalised, head back to Aros yn Pentre Glas to relax.

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Within a few minutes you can be exploring the Preseli mountain pathways, standing stones and the source of the famous 'Bluestones' of Stonehenge. Immerse yourself in the surrounding nature whilst Red Kites soar above and Stonechats call from the tops of the Gorse bushes.

Why stay with us?

The kitchenette is right outside the Caban bach and is equipped with all the essentials you should need including a gas oven, hob and grill, a gas kettle and a fridge. Ground coffee, tea and sugar will be provided. Y Caban bach has its very own veranda and lots of outdoor space. Inside you will find power, a double bed and a small table with two chairs. All bedding and towels are provided. There is a shower block with two separate shower rooms containing gas powered showers and wash basins with hot water.  There’s also a small electric heater for those colder nights if needed. There's also an area which includes a pool table and a table tennis table. This area, along with the compost toilet and showers, is shared with guests staying in our other accommodation ‘Y Panorama.' The water is spring fed and is wonderful, you will need to fetch water from the tap outside the shower block to use in the kitchen (it’s very close by). The whole area with the shower block, compost toilet and the old cow shed is for guests. 

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