A traditional Welsh cottage on Nick and Suzi’s five-acre smallholding – they’ll happily show you their rare breed Soay sheep and give you a tour of the wildflower meadow, pond, vegetable garden and orchard.
You have your own front door with a handy porch for boots and coats and a cosy sitting room with a wood-burner, books, games and local info. Nick bakes all the bread and pastries – weekday breakfasts are continental (homemade granola, compote, croissants or toast) but you can have the full works at weekends with local bacon and sausages and eggs from the chickens. If you’d like to self-cater there are two charming shepherd’s huts – each with king-size bed, en suite bathroom and kitchen area.
Sit outside and enjoy the view – on a clear day you can see as far as Snowdonia. Pack up a picnic and walk to Porth Trwyn beach and the coastal path in 25 minutes; the local cafe, Blas Mwy at the Black Lion Inn, is a four-minute walk, the Lobster Pot at Church Bay and two fish and chip shops are a short drive.