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Carreg Hideaway

Sleeps up to 6 people

Double bed | Bunk beds | 2 single sofa beds (max. 4 adults)

Inside Carreg Hideaway

Fully insulated and featuring an internal log burner, Carreg Hideaway is super cosy - we even supply your wood! 

Each hideaway is 12ft x 22ft (240 square feet) and split into two rooms. The main living space has a rustic and cosy sitting area, log burner, breakfast table and chairs, L-shaped sofa/single beds (which can be joined to make a double), cabinet bunk beds and double doors leading onto the rear decking and garden. The second room is a private double bedroom with storage for luggage.

Solar-powered lights will keep you lit up at night!

Outside Carreg Hideaway

With natural grass and flower roofs, rustic wooden exteriors and charming round windows and doors, our beautiful hideaways blend perfectly into the surrounding environment.

Carreg Hideaway has a private garden, small rear decking with seating, wood-burning hot tub, covered rustic wood kitchen (fully equipped), gas BBQ with hob, picnic table, camp fire, stargazing benches and even a private outdoor shower and compost toilet! But don't worry - the modern shower and toilet block is also a short stroll away.

About Carreg Samson

In a dramatic clifftop location just outside the pretty port of Abercastle stands a Neolithic burial chamber known as Carreg Samson; the namesake of our beautiful Carreg hideaway. The name translates as 'Samson's Stone' and refers to the legend that St Samson placed the huge capstone in place using just his little finger.

The dolmen is composed of seven upright stones topped by a huge capstone. The capstone is over 4.5m long (about 15 feet) and 2.7m wide (9 feet). The capstone is actually balanced perfectly on just three of the seven support stones.

Excavations uncovered a pottery vessel holding the cremated ashes of several people. The bowl had been buried under a floor of yellow clay. The excavations also found evidence of post-holes for another four upright stones.

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