The next move was to then build a linked pair of shepherd’s huts, allowing them to share their little slice of paradise with guests.Damselfly is a unique space, with two shepherd’s huts handcrafted by Heather herself and linked by a one metre covered walkway.Fire bowls and tipis, good music sometimes live Nags Head Inn - a traditional Pembrokeshire pub in the Cych valley surrounded by woodland, serving exciting innovative food Blas at Fronlas - really good, unpretentious food in a welcoming and cosy café, fantastic vibe, with a tunes and tapas night on a Friday in summer.Well worth the journey Meet Gill & Heather Heather has been a cabinet maker for many years and Gill has worked, supporting different groups of vulnerable people, using nature as a key to recovery and achievement.After all, as the sign on Damselfly says, “a life without dreams is like a garden without flowers.” We had a wonderful stay.Every care was taken to make us as comfortable and relaxed as possible.We loved the cosy and comfortable interior – particularly that most of the brilliant furniture is the work of the owners - and the gorgeous private garden space, complete with firepit and affectionate cat for the perfect starlit evening (or even a cloudy one as was the case for us).Damselfly really shows the care and attention of its friendly and welcoming owners, Gill and Heather. At Marle Cottage Picking fruit and vegetables from Gill and Heather's orchard and vegetable garden. Places to visit Mwnt - a small whitewashed chapel overlooking a National Trust Beach Cardigan - a bustling market with prettily painted Georgian buildings by the River Teifi it has its own castle, quay and a wealth of shops, cafes, restaurants and culture Cenarth - a pretty village on the River Teifi, where the salmon leap and coracles are sailed at times Llangranog - a beautiful unspoiled seaside village nestled in a steep valley St Dogmaels - a very pretty village with a working flour mill, an ancient abbey and an award winning Farmers Market open on Tuesdays Newport – an enchanting town full of unique shops and places to eat, it is quirky with an amazing beach and is nestled at the foot of the Preseli Mountains Newcastle Emlyn – a lovely little market town, with interesting shops, a ruined castle and a very good wholefood shop and caféCastell Henlleys – an iron age village run by the National Park A bit further afield New Quey – a favourite haunt of Dylan Thomas, it is a busier seaside town with a lovely harbour Aberaeron – a lively harbour town, with gorgeous Georgian buildings, interesting shops and an award winning restaurant The Harbourmaster Hotel St Davids – the smallest city in the UK, with its stunning Norman cathedral, interesting galleries, places to eat and magical coastline and secret beaches it is an enchanting day out Bosherton Lilly Ponds – amazingly huge lily ponds, walk around them to the magical beach, then wander around the Stackpole estate Tenby – three glorious golden beaches and a lovely little town wrapped up in a medieval wall, there is lots to do and see Narberth – a very elegant town with truly a host of independent shops and places to eat Lauharne – a fascinating town where Dylan Thomas lived with his family, his home can be visited and his writing hut visited, there is a Dylan Thomas walk which takes in his final resting place Outdoor & Active Walk the coast path, miles of wonderful coastline to explore, with pubs and cafes every now and again to rest a while.
Life here is peaceful, with birdsong, cock crowing and bleating sheep the soundtrack to the day.(coffee, tea, cake etc, everything really high quality from sharp knives for cooking to fluffy towels and a bed like a heavenly cloud.Our hosts were lovely and really friendly but also totally respectful of our privacy. There was livestock that have it a really country feel but despite a rooster they were nice and quiet throughout.It's peaceful, it feels safe, the hosts attentive and inspiring, the hut finished with luxury bedding, wood burner, under floor heating, kitchen & ensuite.