Have you ever noticed how in January, you begin to see lots of television ads for holiday companies? It’s a time of year when everyone has Christmas fatigue, cold weather fatigue and probably ‘Dry January’ fatigue as well! What better way to get ourselves out of that fug than booking a week away?
We were browsing one of those holiday company websites when we came across this historic Welsh holiday cottage. Located between the remote beaches of Abermawr and Aberbach in Pembrokshire, the cottage once served as a hut for storing cables back in the early days of international telephone communication. You’ll find little nods to its previous life in the cable spool coffee table and other vintage industrial homewares and furniture. Eye-catching, locally-produced, Melin Tregwynt woollen textiles are dotted throughout the cottage bringing flashes of colour and texture, whilst also softening the hard surfaces of the space.
Our finger is hovering over the ‘book’ button!
- Customised Welsh signs
- Vintage roadworks lamp
- Concrete table lamp
- Glass storage jar with rope handle
- Melin Tregwynt ‘Mondo’ cushion, red
- Melin Tregwynt ‘Madison’ cushion, red
- Metal basket on wheels
- Red & white stripe throw
- John Lewis The Basics Alpha bed frame, double, grey