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Red Kite Cottage Visitors Book
Red Kite Cottage was a conversion of one of a pair of adjoining barns carried out by a previous owner. Fully redecorated by the present owners including double glazing throughout, with UPVC windows and door. Standing in front, but to one side of, the main farmhouse, it comprises a living area with digital flatscreenTV/DVD, electric fire, kitchenette and breakfast bar, a double bedroom* with electric radiator and electric blanket on bed, and en suite shower room/toilet. Shared use of washing machine and tumble dryer.
lounge looking towards breakfast bar & kitchenette
The Kitchenette is equipped with a fridge, combi microwave oven grill, electric toaster, electric kettle,
and twin electric hobs
and extractor fan. In addition to two stone seats in front of the cottage guests have the exclusive use of garden furniture
immediately inside the owners garden, alongside the cottage
The living area and bedroom are fully carpeted.
All bed linen and towels are included, as is electricity.
Undercover storage available for sporting equipment, such as bicycles, canoes etc.
*a single folding bed can be made available in the lounge area, upon advance notice, for a supplementary charge of £5 per booking, if separate beds required, but the accommodation is not suitable for three persons.
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what our visitors had to say - Red Kite Cottage's Visitors Book - most recent entries first,
|Fantastic time at the cottage and visited our temple and few other places. Really relaxing place (2nd time) here. Thanks 6/5/13 Chatham, Kent|
|Rosemary, Mike, thanks again for a very lovely stay. See you soon 14/9/2012 Kent|
|Loved it as before. (19-26/8/11). Great for wildlife & beaches. Great Spotted Woodpecker seen on bird feeder Hampshire 25/5/12 - 2/6/12|
|Exactly what we had hoped for. Fabulous rural location from which to explore the magnificent countryside. Loved Laugharne, Mumbles, Aberporth and Cenarth Falls. Fabulous dining at the Belle (Llanllwni) and the Railway (Llanpumpsaint) - But recommend you avoid the......at......... Enjoy!! 26.08.11-2.09.11 Lancashire|
|Beautiful & peaceful, loved the swallows and bats, & was able to get to all sorts of places easily Hampshire 19.8.11-26.8.11|
|Very nice cottage. Good for local walks and energetic cycling August 15th-19th 2011 Bucks|
|A lovely part of the country with loads to do. We are worn out ( in a good way) from walking and taking it all in. Very therapeutic! August 8-12th 2011 Bristol|
|Beautiful, peaceful location. Ideal for relaxation & a great centre for seeing Pembrokeshire & Cardigan. Completely chilled out!!! June 13th-17th 2011 Co. Antrim Northern Ireland|
|Snug as bugs in cottage - Plenty to see & do - Great food at the 'Railway'- love it all! 17.9.10 W.Yorks|
|This is a perfect place to stay. Very good hosts Michael & Rosemary. Very comfortable cottage and very clean. Lovely places to visit in the area. Will be back. August 2010 Kent|
|Lovely peaceful cottage. Many areas of interest! Great relaxing holiday July 2-9th 2010 Doncaster|
Lovely, peaceful retreat with gorgeous views, weather was great, spent most of the time in Dairy Cottage which is beautiful, with family. Thank you. May 21st-28th 2010 Nottingham
This is a great place to come, for a really
peaceful and stress free break! Great views, lovely walks, lots to see
A really comfortable and lovely cottage. We
thought it was better than described on the website. Well placed to visit
many interesting places.
|Lovely quite location. Comfortable and friendly service. Our first cottage holiday but not our last!! Shropshire 4-11 Sept 2009|
|Very comfortable &
convenient for smallholding purchase investigation. We leant a lot and
Many thanks for all the info. W.Sussex 10-17 July 2009
|A lovely quiet setting. Just what the doctor ordered! Great base for discovering local countryside as well as further afield into Gower & Pembroke lovely wine - cheerio. Enjoyed our break in a peaceful setting. Very comfortable. Thank you 21-25th May 2009|
|Lovely, cosy cottage
(doesn't do justice on the website!) Mike was very friendly and helpful.
Lovely area with lots to see & do.
Weather very kind, adding to a great week. W.Yorks 24.9.08
|**** Just perfect with absolutely every comfort: Truly home. Thanks for making everything so easy. Appreciate the towels and bedding, and the wine :) Spotless accommodation within our limited budget, a true blessing. Thank you. Stafford 14-18th July 2008|
|Thank you for a delightful quiet holiday, with lots to see and do. Colwyn Bay 12/10/07|
|Beautiful setting. Plenty of places to visit. Nice cosy, comfy cottage. Thank you. Bristol 24/8/07|
|Lovely! Quiet. Peaceful with everything you could need! Recommend Kidwelly Castle if you fancy being King of the Castle! and feeling 10yrs old again! Bristol 13/8/07|
|As above (Below!) Relaxing place to chill out and when they say 'Garden of Wales' it is, will recommend it to friends and family. Wirral 10-7-07|
|Ditto (Below!) A really peaceful, relaxing retreat. thank you. Kent 27.7.07|
|A lovely retreat - small
but cosy, suited us very well. Recommend National Botanic Gardens. Easy
access to Gower and Pembroke Coast.
A very enjoyable stay, thank you. Cheshire 19/7/07