Another flawlessly converted farmhouse, but with a slightly older pedigree, this property was built in the mid-1700s. Your hosts, Joan and Clive Evans, are cultured and well-traveled sorts, and their house is full of art and antiques, most with a story attached. The gardens are beautiful and quite renowned locally. A walk down the main path, past flowerbeds and lawns, will take you down to the sea. Bedrooms are simple, but tastefully decorated, and guests can use the pleasantly old-fashioned drawing room. The former Gate Lodge to the house is available as a self-catering unit; it sleeps up to four and is a good value at between €250 and €450 per week, depending on the season.