Stunning in the sunshine, this Welsh cottage near St David's was sympathetically renovated by the National Trust Pembrokeshire .Restoring its cement roof and lime rendered walls. Pembrokeshire cottages are usually symmetrical with the door in the middle of two lower windows and three windows upstairs. It's beautifully understated and has not been polished up too much which is sadly often what happens to these little dwellings.
More of its story and availability too stay in are here...
Plus a beautiful blog by Jackie Morris about the man that lived there...