Caerfarchell near Solva & St Davids
Pembrokeshire holiday cottage, dog welcome Middle Mill, Solva, St Davids Peninsula, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Near: Solva 1.5m, St Davids 3m, Newgale 5m
- Reference 883
- Sleeps 2
- Bedrooms 1
- Pembrokeshire holiday cottage near Solva sleeps 2 - plus dog - an appealing conversion of a barn adjoining the owner' s house.
- A relaxing pet friendly Pembrokeshire home for holidays.
- The lounge dining room with marble and terracotta tiled floors and comfortable furnishings has an unusual and imposing shaped chimney breast with cast iron stove (electric) - French windows open from the lounge onto its own secluded gravelled garden.
- Enjoy preparing meals in the pretty little country kitchen with fitted pine cupboards and all mod cons.
- The delightful holiday cottage bedroom has a sloped ceiling, gaze at the stars skylight windows, pastel decor and comfortable furnishings.
- The excellent village shop, post office and off licence, Bay View Stores, sells groceries, papers, angling supplies and offers a delivery service within the Solva area.
- National Trust open moorland, an SSSI and Nature Reserve, home to skylarks and wild orchids is just across the lane - wonderful for botanists, bird watchers, walkers and dogs! Welsh Black cattle & ponies graze here.
- There is an easy 1 mile spectacular walk for nature lovers behind Larkhill Cottage. Walk up Solva Valley Gorge past Carn yr Fran Cottage and through Trewellell Lane.
- Close to the tiny hamlets of Caerfarchell (pottery) and Middle Mill (woollen mill) in the centre of St Davids Peninsula. The pretty, small harbour village of Solva with shops, pubs and restaurants is a short drive away (11/2 miles) from this pet friendly Pembrokeshire holiday cottage
- An ideal base from which to explore the magnificent Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park and Path with its sandy beaches, hidden coves and unique coastal scenery.
- St Davids is Britain's smallest city with a magnificent medieval Cathedral at its heart. In reality a village with a variety of shops, galleries, crafts and a choice of places to eat and drink. Do take the opportunity to book a memorable boat trip out to the spectacular off lying bird islands.
- Delicious teas, quality coffee, light lunches and home baking can be enjoyed in this traditional family run tea room. Not just tea rooms but a small museum too. Have a look at the fascinating antique samplers the oldest dating from 1728.
- 15 minutes from Martin's Haven, a protected National Nature Reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest. The most important breeding ground for Manx Sheerwaters and Puffins as well as many other sea birds. A small number of visitors is allowed on the island at one time. There are also porpoises, seals and dolphins to watch out for . A paradise for wildlife lovers. Book boat trips in St Davids.
- A stretch of fine white sand with rock pools, rugged rocks and rolling waves. Popular with families, walkers and surfers. Linger awhile to enjoy the wonderful sunsets.
- Keen walkers will enjoy this 11 mile wild & rocky walk over some of the oldest rocks in Britain dating from the pre Cambrian period. Hail a dedicated walkers bus to take you back to your starting point.
- Pamper yopurself in a world of relaxing and revitalising spa treatments at Ivybridge Spa, Goodwick.
- Experience the ultimate thrill of off road driving in a 4x4 or a JCB.
- Lloyd Evans secretary of the Pembrokeshire Anglers association is very knowledgable and happy to advise you on river fishing anywhere in Pembrokeshire. Call him on 01437 767201
- Shore Fishing from the rocks and beaches around St Davids is arguably some of the best in Wales. Try your luck.
- Lots to see and do near this Pembrokeshire holiday cottage for two - golf courses at St Davids and Priskilly, boating and fishing trips from Porthgain and St Davids and numerous lovely walks for you and your pet dog.
1 Bedroom sleeping a maximum of 2 (sloping ceilings) with double bed.
Shower Room with toilet, washbasin and walk in shower. All on 1st floor.
Kitchen country style with fitted wooden units, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, automatic washing machine.
Lounge/Dining Room 2 seater sofa and armchair, cast iron stove (electric) tv, cd/ radio, French windows opening onto garden, dining table and chairs seating 2.
Fuel oil central heating inclusive May - September £10 per week outside these dates.
Grounds secluded enclosed garden and garden furniture - the local lanes are ideal for cycling.
Parking for 2 cars.
No smoking in the property please.
Welcome FREE: 1 Dog extra dog at £20 per week
Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes
Is there a gate to open? Yes
If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes
Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes
Are there paths? Yes
Are paths level and firm? Yes
Type of suface Gravel
Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes
Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes
Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes