Adborth Ymwelwyr

“… a very warm welcome, the mince pies went down a treat. Very cosy…” James, Rachel, Dave ac Emily, Blwyddyn Newydd 2010.

“Thank you for a very pleasant stay and for looking after us so well. We greatly appreciated the illuminated Christmas tree and the candles.”John Coral a’r teulu, Nadolig 2009.

“Thank you for the warmth of Penrhiw – both in the mindful reconstruction of the building and the generosity of spirit that you bestow upon this wonderful place.” Audrey Gillian o Lundain, Tachwedd 2009.

“Thank you for an amazing week. We have spent a week of our honeymoon here and it’s been perfect – who needs the Maldives Congratulations on such a wonderful restoration, the cottage is absolutely perfect. We have been so lucky with the weather. Not a day of rain, just crisp sunshine – perfect for exploring the countryside and then coming home to put the fire on and curl up with a book on the comfy sofa, followed by a cosy bath and glass of bubbly. Unfortunately a week just isn’t long enough so will definitely be back soon. Look forward to seeing you all in February.”
Karolina a Matt o Swydd Rhydychen, mis Hydref 2009.

“We have had a splendid time in this thoroughly beautiful house – thank you. Would particularly recommend the Coracle Museum at Cenarth. It’s great. Also kayaking at Fforest in the Wildlife Centre beyond Cilgerran, walks along the coastal path, coasteering at TYF in St.Davids, the fire and the cider at the Penrhiw Inn, the fish and chips at the Ffynnone Arms… that’s enough. Will be back.” Kath a Jamie, Medi 2009.

“…a really lovely place to stay, beautiful and old but also luxurious and comfortable… We won’t forget sitting on the back doorstep watching the garden grow.”
Chris Millar, Miranda a Rose Payne o Lundain, Awst 2009.

“The warmth you feel on entering this beautifully restored cottage must be evidence of very happy lives spent here by Benjamin and Leah Jones and their family. The garden with all its wildflowers and herbs is inspiring, the bath tub you did not want to get out of and the beds just bliss.” Pauline a Poppy Jackson, Awst 2009.

“The home of dreams, thank you for a magical stay – the house is a borderline between past and present – a doorway… You have restored it so beautifully, so that nothing is erased – a sense of continuity in time. I slept so well, cradled in its gentleness… Thank you for warm fires, hearts and conviviality.” Miranda Tufnell o Rhydychen, Mai 2009.

“The warm evenings spent reading by the fire were so precious – warmth and silence. The cosy spaces took me back in time, I was imagining how all the people who’d been there before us would have lived – I almost wanted to embroider by candlelight in the evenings!”Leah Waterworth o Melbourne, Awstralia.