Unique accommodation in a converted 1960s bus that offers a fantastic Pembrokeshire retreat with breathtaking views.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Whether you're heading on a romantic retreat for two, or a fun family trip, Y Panorama at Aros Yn Pentre Glas offers you an idyllic Pembrokeshire retreat with a twist. This gorgeous converted bus is tucked away in the foothills of the Preseli Mountains and sits on the edge of the famous Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
This converted bus is striking from the outside, with beautiful wooden cladding, and inside it has all the comfortable, stylish furnishings of a boutique hotel. Add to this the eco-friendly, low impact approach adopted by the owners and you can sleep easy knowing that you're on an eco-friendly holiday.
The 1968 bus has electricity and hot water throughout, as well as a log burner to keep you nice and toasty when the weather's not so warm. The bus also has giant windows which let the outside in, flooding the space with natural light and offering spectacular views of your surroundings. The bus has a nice wooden floor, and a subtle but stylish pastel colour palette. The owners have taken great care in carefully restoring the space, and it's 100% bespoke, with no walls, panels or sections the same as any other.
The comfy double bed sits at one end of the bus and has a big window at its base and down its side. You will love waking up and enjoying a nice cup of tea or coffee in bed whilst taking in the scenery. The other two guests in your party will sleep on a pull out sofa bed which can sleep two at a push, but is ideal for one adult or two children.
Whilst you may wish to get comfy on the sofa and spend time inside the bus, when the weather’s warm you’ll most certainly want to socialise outside. You have a private area outside the bus which features a fire pit with log seats, a BBQ. There is also a table and chairs at the rear of the bus, which are perfect for some al fresco dining. There’s also seating space for four inside, meaning you can eat indoors if it’s not so nice out.
The bus also has a nicely equipped kitchen that features a gas double hob, a fridge and plenty of kitchen essentials. The owners provide some ground coffee, tea, sugar, salt and pepper, and olive oil. Guests make use of a compost toilet and shower that are separate from the bus. If you want to play games there is an old cow shed on-site in a covered area which has a pool table and a table tennis table, as well as a great chill out area. This is the only shared area with guests staying in the other rental property on-site.
When it comes to days out, you have many amazing options. First up, the Pembrokeshire coast is a treasure trove of amazing beaches, hidden coves, and rugged clifftop walks. You may also wish to wander the marvellous Preseli Mountain pathways, which offer great views and lots of peace and quiet. Bird lovers can spot Red Kites and buzzards that soar above and Stonechats call from the tops of Gorse bushes.
There is a double gas hob but no oven available
The closest small towns are either Narberth (20 mins) or Cardigan (25 mins) with plenty of lovely places to eat
Cardiff Airport - 2 hours
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