Delightful Pembrokeshire farm with a tourism business. VIDEO AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.
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East Hook Farmhouse is a Georgian Farmhouse once forming part of the East Hook Estate. The front part of the house dates back to c.1760, whilst the back part of the house is much older and appears to be part of an old Welsh long house. Internally, the staircase is a Chinese Chippendale dating to the late 19th century and reputed to be of one of five in Wales. Over the years the present owners have successfully established a Bed & Breakfast business while also running the beef and sheep farm.
East Hook Farm and Country House has received the Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor since 2014. On Trip Advisor reviews, the business won 3rd place competing against c.43 other B&Bs, Guest Houses and Hotels in the Haverfordwest area.
The owners have 3 en suite B&B bedrooms in the main farmhouse and a further 3 en suite B&B bedrooms that are attached to the holiday cottage that is adjacent to the farmhouse. The 1 bedroom holiday cottage was converted from an old stone barn and has a flexible layout allowing it to have 2 bedrooms if you use the attached B&B suite that has an inter-connecting door. The owners have also offer riding holidays for those guests that wish to bring their horse and ponies. The property enjoys a central location in the county that makes it a perfect location for tourists to stay and use as a base to explore all the visitor attractions on offer.
The agricultural land at East Hook Farm is extremely versatile and productive. The land has been in arable rotation (with grass reversion) for 4 years. Around 80% of the agricultural land has been ploughed to produce strong crops of winter cereals and potatoes. Through this rotation many of the fields (not currently being cropped for arable purposes) have been re-seeded to good quality long term grass ley.
Please see brochure on the Savills website for detailed information or contact us to send you one.
Delightful Pembrokeshire farm with established tourism business.Daniel Rees