A converted mill a short drive from the fishing village of Solva. Pootle through woods and across an old stone bridge to a courtyard surrounded by cottages – peaceful and pretty and by the river. Walk straight in to a big sunny kitchen with creamy stone walls, beams painted pale blue, bright spotted cushions, a huge table and an Aga-style range humming with warmth; eat by candlelight here, and spill into the garden in summer. There are two sitting rooms, one with the ancient mill workings intact (perfect for teenagers with its striped rugs and big TV); the other is more grown up and has three squashy sofas and an open fire. Bedrooms are mostly a good size, cream walled, wooden floored, with splashes of colour here and there. Mattresses are thick, pocket-sprung and covered in cloudy goose down; there’s a shower downstairs and baths up, in rather snazzy bathrooms. Walls are dotted with bold contemporary art; if you take a fancy to it, you can buy it. The delights of the coast and St David’s await, but you could stay put and chill if you prefer not to go far.