Day 16 of The Quirky Tour and Jess and Dom enjoyed a visit to The Red Shed in Pembrokeshire.

Find out more about their visit: 

Jess outside The Red Shed

First Impression:

The shepherds hut has a rural outlook and its own space. There is a PYO with vegetables and tomatoes grown for guests to pick (seasonally).

Seats and a table can be arranged close to a woodburner. Make yourself at home with the neighbouring animals.

The Accommodation:

The hut has a homely and welcoming feel to it. It has a kitchenette with plug in hob and microwave for cooking.

There is a shower room, fold away table and chairs, TV and double bed.

Dom with owner Chris meeting the baby goats

Food and Drink:

Be sure to bring food and drink with you. Owner Chris will leave you some bits to get started - including his hen's eggs, tea, coffee, sugar, Welsh cakes and a bottle of wine.

Well worth going to Narberth which is just 3 miles away, as this is a colourful and quirky town known as a food hub and has gift and clothes shops.  There is also a Spar shop if you need supplies. 

Ultracomida Restaurant

Jess' top tip:

Be sure to take a trip to bohemian Narbeth where you can enjoy a Spanish meal at Ultracomida Restaurant! There is a deli there with Welsh products also. 

After this a visit to Tenby and Sandersfoot with its amazing beaches is well worth a trip as is visiting the town of Laugharne where Dylan Thomas lived and wrote in The Boathouse. This is a fabulous base to explore this area.

Jess' review of The Red Shed - 23rd January 2023


Learn more about The Red Shed and enjoy a peaceful stay surrounded by nature.

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