You’re in the oldest part of the house and your bedroom used to be the dairy – the thick and ancient beams above you still have their original kitchen hooks. On dank or rainy days with the wood piled high by the burner, soft sofas, books and games, it will be a nice feeling to be indoors here.The wildlife is bountiful, deep in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – not only birds but foxes, badgers and otters too. Daniel and Jemma are creating a wildlife meadow which you can see from your sitting room.Join the rugged coastal path which explodes with wild flowers in spring, drive to Newport (five minutes) for a wonderful wide beach with estuary and good food shops. If you don’t want to cook, then walk down to the Salutation Inn in the village or drive to The Old Sailors in Dinas Cross for lobster and fresh fish caught in the bay. The night skies are star-filled when there’s no cloud and owls will hoot you to sleep.