As usual, there are a few do's and don't, but we'll try to keep things simple and brief.

This is a summary of the main points of the terms and conditions.   For complete terms and conditions, please click here.


All bookings must be paid for in advance.   A booking will not be confirmed until cleared payment is received.   If you have to cancel a booking, please notify us as soon as possible. Cancellations within 30 days of arrival date cannot be refunded. Please ensure that you have adequate travel insurance to cover yourselves. 


Cottage and fittings

We're sure that you'll be comfortable.   There is extra bedding, quilts and pillows in boxes under the bed.   We ask that you keep dogs off the furniture if possible, but understand that if doggie has been bought up to snuggle up to you on the sofa, then that's OK - but please clean up or tidy up afterwards.   We do expect dogs to be fully house-trained.  However if any little accidents do happen, please clean it up promptly.  Likewise, we expect good dogs not to chew furniture, and any damage caused will be assessed and charged for. Please ensure that your dogs are up-to-date with worming and flea treatments. We reserve the right to ask for written proof from your vet.


The Country Code

Most of this is common sense, but we'll outline some of the points anyway.

Please think about your actions before doing anything, especially it there may be some risk involved, no matter how small.  Entering a field and leaving a gate open (or not securely bolted), may lead to livestock escaping.    Likewise, remember that you are responsible for the actions of your dogs as well as yourself.   Livestock attacked by a dog will carry an often large claim for compensation (vet's bills, loss of production etc.)   Where danger to herds or flocks etc., is perceived, farmers are within their rights to shoot dogs.  On the other hand, livestock do retaliate; cattle can give bone crushing kicks when annoyed, and the weight of a cow will easily crush a dog.


Health & Safety

You will be staying on a farm.   Farms can be dangerous places if common sense is not used.  Although we try to keep things as safe as possible, this requires some judgment and common sense on your part as well.  Entering a field full of bulls, for instance, is not recommended unless you are sure you can outrun the fastest one and jump a high hedge as well.  Likewise, do not let children play near ponds and livestock unsupervised.  In short, if anything looks  dangerous, or if you feel that there may be a risk attached, then please ask first. Please note that the accommodation is not suitable for children under the age of 9.

We endeavor to make things as safe as possible.  However, things sometimes do go wrong.  If you see anything that is broken, dangerous, or may otherwise require attention, please bring it to our attention as soon as possible.


Internet & WiFi

We provide free WiFi internet access to our visitors for use either on our supplied systems or for their own portable or laptop computers.   A fair usage understanding is expected of all our visitors. Please note that the service we receive from BT is often sporadic and can be quite variable; we have no control over the service they provide.



We accept no responsibility for any loss or damage to persons or pets however caused.  However, we will try to offer every assistance  wherever and whenever possible.

Our Dog friendly Self-Catering Cottage is located within easy driving distance of: St. Clears, Laugharne (pronounced 'Larn'), Pendine sands, Carmarthen, Whitland, Narberth, Haverford West, Tenby, Solva, Saundersfoot, Kidwelly, Llanelli, Swansea, Amroth, St Davids, Porth Clais, Pembroke & Caldy Island. We have WiFi Broadband Internet and are very 'Dog Friendly'. If you require more information, please contact us via the contact page



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