£590 - £1775 per week
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Relaxing at Newgale Beach (Blue Flag) - 2 miles of golden sands, popular with families and surfers thumb-1
Dogs are welcome at a number of our properties. Rosa loves a good seaside holiday-especially the long walks on the beaches! thumb-1
The Swan pub at Little Haven overlooks the beach and serves excellent food thumb-1
The Cornerhouse Cafe, Little Haven offers a choice of cakes, sandwiches, ice cream and the service is super friendly thumb-1
Nolton Riding Stables cater for beginners and experts - a gallop through the waves on Druidston is a truly magical experience thumb-1
Broad Haven Beach (Blue Flag) is a glorious expanse of golden sand on your doorstep!  Popular with families and great for swimming, canoeing, windsurfing and kite flying thumb-1
Chilling out together in the waves along the shore thumb-1
At low tide walk along the shores of the Solva River round to the sheltered cove of Gwdan thumb-1
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path nearby offers fabulous cliff-top walking with a wealth of fantastic wildlife, flora and fauna thumb-1
The magnificent Cathedral in St Davids plays host to concerts and music festivals throught the year - a 'must' to visit whilst on holiday thumb-1
The Sloop Inn, Porthgain - family friendly pub popular with locals and good bar food served throughout the day thumb-1
Activities include surfing, climbing, canoeing, caving and coasteering  for the more adventurous of you! thumb-1
Spot Atlantic Grey Seals, porpoises, dolphins and a wide variety of seabirds, including puffins, along the coast thumb-1
Hilton Court Nurseries - 12 acres of beautiful, lush gardens to explore plus galleries, gift shops and a tea room thumb-1
Pembrokeshire has a variety of golf courses to choose from - Whitesands, Priskilly and Haverfordwest are all within an easy drive thumb-1
The Torch Theatre - a lively venue with first class facilities including auditorium, cinema, gallery and cafe bar thumb-1
Heatherton Activity Park, Tenby Dinosaur Park, Scolton Manor and Ocean Lab Seashore life, Fishguard - family fun days out for all ages thumb-1

Farmhouse near Newgale near Newgale & St Brides Bay

  • Sleeps 10
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Dogs
  • Reference 95
Small Party Discount available on 7 Night Stays

£75 off 1 - 4 persons

Why we recommend Farmhouse near Newgale...

Family and pet friendly Pembrokeshire coastal farmhouse near the popular surfing beach of Newgale between St Davids and Little Haven.

About Farmhouse near Newgale
Old Pembrokeshire Coastal Farmhouse near Newgale Sands - Dogs Welcome
  • Fascinating old Pembrokeshire farmhouse with part dating back to the 17th century. Rich in period interest with inglenook fireplace, natural stone walls, some low doors, open beams and an oak starcase. There are wooden doors and window frames with upstairs window fitted with childproof locks.
  • Rolling pastoral views towards Roch Castle, comfortably appointed with full central heating. The owners live in a converted granary/dairy across what was previously the farm courtyard. Pets welcome.
  • The two spacious sitting room has comfortable sofas, a stone hearths and one has a log-burner and piano. There are plenty of books, jigsaws and games.
  • The large kitchen/diner has a Rayburn in the ingl;lenook, a large farmhouse table with country chairs and an old pine sideboard giving it a charming rustic air. There is a stone serving hatch through to a well-appointed kitchen with ceramic hob, double oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
  • There is an external room for hanging wet suits and lock up surfboards and cycles.
  • Up to 3 dogs welcome (first one free of charge).
  • Solva (5 miles away) has a general store and Post Office selling groceries, papers, and alcohol. More extensive shopping can be done in the county town of Haverfordwest 10 miles away.


About The Area
St Brides Bay / Newgale / Solva
  • A region famed for water sports, seafood and the incomparable and unique Pembrokeshire National Coastal Park.
Newgale Sands & St Brides Bay near pet friendly Pembrokeshire farmhouse
  • This Pembrokeshire farmhouse is inland from Newgale's sandy beach, Solva and St Brides Bay with its numerous coves and harbours
  • Walking and driving along the flower filled lanes are still a pleasure in this area of mixed farming and narrow country lanes.
Torch Theatre Milford Haven
  • A vibrant not for profit community theatre in Milford Haven which has recently undergone a £5.4 million refurbishment and expansion. The venue includes a main auditorium, a cinema, Cafe, studio theatre, theatre bar & bistro and Oriel Joanna Field Gallery.
Sealyham Activity Centre, Wolfscastle and TYF St Davids
  • Sealyham Activity Centre in Wolfscastle and TYF in St Davids both offer a multitude of activities including water and land adventures for all. Why not try a spot of archery, canoeing, coasteering , sailing or surfing.
The Wolfscastle Hotel Restaurant
  • Andrew Stirling has been offering fine dining and hospitality for over 30 years in the Allt yr Afon restaurant of the Wolfcastle Hotel.
St Davids Village City & Cathedral
  • The smallest city in Britain with a magnificent medieval Cathedral at its heart, a number of interesting and individual shops to browse, a choice of places to eat and drink and memorable boat trips to book makes this a special place to visit.
Archaeotours
  • An Archaeotour will help you get a closer look at the best historic and prehistoric sites in the area. Try a Strumble Head or Preseli Hills tour. A qualified archaeologist will be your guide. 07890 155538
Solva near Pembrokeshire farmhouse to rent.
  • The picturesque fishing village and fjord like harbour, a selection of places to eat and drink, a few interesting shops, galleries and a pottery are well worth a visit. Do take a stroll out to the headland to appreciate the magnificent coastal scenery.
St Bride's Bay Water Taxi for Walkers
  • Solva Sailboats operate a water taxi which will take you to your chosen destination from where you can walk back along the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to Solva. Possible destinations include Porth Clais, Porthmynawydd, St Justinians, Nolton Haven and Little Haven (weather dependent). Phone 01437 720972.
Traeth Lleyfn Beach also known as Barry Island Farm Beach (N.T.)
  • A quiet west facing sand and pebble beach 10 minutes walk from Abereiddi and a bit longer from Porthgain. Drop in at the Sloop Inn at Porthgain where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served, alternatively if you enjoy delicious seafood book a table at the award winning Shed Wine Bar & Bistro you won't be disappointed.
Hilton Court Gardens and Craft workshops
  • 12 acres of outstandingly beautiful lakes and gardens with woodland walks and a boules court just outside Newgale. Also visit the garden centre and shop, the pottery, the gallery and enjoy a bite either at the restaurant or in the tea shop.
Local Walking
  • Walk with your dogs in glorious wildflower meadows alongside the farmhouse.
Newsurf Newgale
  • Join in the fun on Newgale beach. Newsurf qualified instructors give daily surfing lessons for beginners and improvers. Kite lessons are also available. Facilities include surf shop, equipment hire, changing rooms and hot showers. After all of the excitement why not relax with a coffee and a snack in the Sands Cafe just across the road.
Haverfordwest St Davids City & Priskilly Golf Clubs / Haverfordwest Swimming Pool
  • These three local Golf Course offers a real challenge to golfers of all abilities, all located in or near the National Park and enjoy magnificent views.
  • Visit Haverfordwest the County Town. There is a variety of shops, a choice of places to eat and drink, a cinema and a new leisure centre with excellent swimming pools and a sauna.
Island Boat Trips from Marloes
  • Enjoy a boat trip on the Dale Princess to the 'bird islands' departing from Martins Haven on the Dale peninsula. A thrilling sea cruise 'dolphin spotting' may also surprise with a porpoise or two - seen recently in the local waters.
Great family fun whatever the weather
  • Enjoy family fun for all ages at Heatherton Activity Park, Tenby, Motor Museum, Keeston, Ocean Lab Seashore life, Fishguard, Oriel y Parc St Davids Information Centre & Gallery, Scolton Manor Museum, Haverfordwest, Venture Jet, wild & wet boat trip , St Davids or throw & paint a pot at the Creative Cafe in Haverfordwest or Narberth. Whether it's a relaxing, sporty or adrenaline-filled day you fancy, everyone is catered for.
There is much to enjoy at any time of the year in this comfortable Pembrokeshire coastal farmhouse near Newgale beach.
Property Layout

5 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 9 (plus a folding bed) all on the 1st floor. 2 Doubles, 2 Twins, 1 Single, all with washbasins.

Bathroom with full suite including shower and toilet. Also: Additional Shower and toilet on ground floor.

Kitchen/Diner spacious with a Rayburn in the inglenook, a large farmhouse table, country chairs seating 10, TV and an old pine sideboard. There is a stone serving hatch through to a fully fitted well appointed kitchen with ceramic hob, double oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.

Utility Room washing machine, tumble dryer, iron, ironing board.

Living Room/Retreat large comfortable L-shaped sofa, 2 armchairs and side tables. large TV, blue-ray player, wifi, wood burning stove and piano. 

Second Lounge 2 comfortable sofas, music system, TV views across former farmyard.

Grounds small patio to the rear leading to private enclosed spacious lawn, garden furniture, barbecue and second seating area. Weatherproof bicycle/surfboard lock-up and drying room. Access to meadow for dog walking.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Yes excluding school/public holidays and first quarter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - No

Parking - Yes, ample including a small boat

Hot Tub Weekly rental through local company. Owners will organise for guests (at cost)

Fuel - Gas central heating incl. May to September. £25 p/w outside these dates. Welcome pack of logs free

Dogs - 3. 1 dog free, additional dogs £25 p/w

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? No

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? No

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? No

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

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Why you love Farmhouse near Newgale
We are going to sound like a broken record. In keeping with everyone else who has written in this book we too had a great experience at the farmhouse. We did our best to break everything but Chris and Jan were tireless in fixing all our mishaps. The local beaches and walks are beautiful. The sea was warm(ish). The nearby activity centres are great and we had no disasters on the golf course. If you are reading this just after you have arrived we wish you a wonderful week.
The Pressey MacNeany gang
We've had a really good celebration week. The farmhouse is really spacious. Kitchen very well equipped. Thank you. I really had a good stay. I like the rooms, the garden, and it's a good environment for the dog, Elvis. I loved it. Thank you. P.S. Good views. I really enjoyed staying here. I'm going to miss it. - Harry
Pat, Philip, April, Mike, Ed, Harry, Heather, Josh and Hannah
We had a super stay at the farmhouse. The house and facilities were just as we expected - perfect for the six of us. The two children (aged 3 and 1) had a super time in the garden, walking down to see the cows each day and playing the piano. The adults enjoyed the peaceful surroundings and the spacious house. We know the area fairly well but being based here allowed us to visit some places we did not know and gave us a better perspective. Many thanks to Jan and Chris for their help in making us feel welcome.
Soudia, Steve, Helen, Ben, Megan and Lucy
Thank you for this lovely opportunity to stay here. Really pleasant and lovely facilities. Looking forward to a return visit.
Karen, Mike, Thom and Bethany; Dan and Haddy; Esme and Scott were here!
Thank you Jan and Chris for a lovely stay - all our creature comforts - and you fixed the weather too!!
Ticia, Felicity, Helen, Ben and furry friends
A warm welcome from Jan, Chris and the dogs made a perfect start to our holiday. Lovely, well equipped accommodation made it perfect for our family holiday - from the 7 year old to the 92 year old. So much to do in the surrounding area. You even arranged very good weather. Many grateful thanks. Good Welcome by Jan & Chris - Good accommodation - hence, good holiday. My Thanks - Eric Taylor part of the Willis family.
Audrey and Richard, Willis and family
Thank you for a very comfortable stay in this incredibly historic house and beautiful garden! The kitchen is brilliantly well equipped and it's a great place for big family groups. We have had a lovely holiday and 70th birthday celebration, having great fun at the duck race, St Davids, Solva and at Broadhaven.beach. Thank you.
Viv, Geraint, Rhian, Alex, Ma, Bron, Ed, Cati and Huw.
The perfect setting and perfect house for our family reunion. The surrounding coastal walks were stunning and we highly recommend a visit to Marloes Sands. Couldn't have asked for a better equipped house or a friendlier welcome.
The Gordon, Cleverley and O,Beil family
Thanks Jan and Chris for this beautiful cottage for a Christmas and birthday week. Great rooms, very warm and comfortable and the best stocked kitchen and dining room I've ever seen. Perfect for a lively Christmas dinner for 8. Thanks for the tips for places to visit as well as food shopping spots and for being so friendly and approachable hosts. A wonderful and memorable Christmas and 40th. Cheers. and thanks for decorating the house for Christmas for us as well and for your free shopping recommendations.
Michael, Tom, Tom, Rob, Tim, Shaun, Simon, Grev and Rufus
I'm afraid we're going to sound like a broken record. In keeping with everyone else who has written in this book we too had a great experience at the farmhouse. We did our best to break everything but Chris and Jan were tireless in fixing our mishaps. The local beaches and walks are beautiful. The sea was warm(ish)! The nearby activity centres are great and we had no disasters on the golf course. If you are reading this just after you have arrived we wish you a wonderful week.
The Pressey MacNeany gang wuz 'ere
Thank you for a wonderful home to base our holiday at, so well appointed; K'ti I thought that the cottage was lovely. I also love the big TV. Thank you Chris and Jan, you've been so kind to us all! Thank you; Serena: I liked the beds in the cottage! we went horse-riding and it was really fun! The beaches were really good; Alice: Thanks for such a comfortable home from home - perfect for our week - planning my new kitchen; Fiona: A very memorable holiday. Thank you; Mark I loved it! ; Sable. We have had a great time as a family all together in your lovely home - NOW KNOWN IN OUR FAMILY as "THE PALACE" ; Valerie and Philip;
Valerie, Philip, Serena, Alice, Fiona, Mark
Another year here and it just gets better..... so many memories. This will always be my favourite place and will definitely be back; Trina. We first wrote in the visitors book 11 years ago. A very happy era. Lots of sailing, kayaking, crabbing, walking and beach antics, to name but a few activities. We've had GCSE, AS levels and A level results here by the dozen - always successfully. A well equipped property, 3 good sized reception rooms meant we are able to spread out and escape from each other!! How many meals have we cooked ?!! Chris and Jan - you have become wonderful friends. We'll be back.
Sally, Tim, Joe, Anna, Lesley, Rod, Alice and Catrina.
Been coming to this area for years. Never to this place. Wow! difficult to beat this.
Dave and Heather from Ascot
Lovely time, great family home for many to enjoy. Lovely part of the world with lovely coastal walks. Pack your goretex and T-shirts as every day changes. B-B-Q great to finish an enjoyable day. Great to meet Chris and Jan.
Karen, Iain and Paco
Spacious and comfortable. Good range of domestic equipment for a large party. An enjoyable week. Thank you. Don't miss the lovely local walks, circular through woods, massive primroses - bluebells soon.
Fathers and Randig families
One of the best holiday cottages we have stayed in. More than enough equipment for us all. The garden was ideal for the 2 dogs. Thank you chris and Jan for the welcome pack - it was very nice. The weather was really kind to us all week and the grandchildren loved the duck race on Sunday.
John, Pearl, Claire, Mitchell, Alissya, Keith, Lou, Finlay, and Faith from Devon & Ox
A lovely time in a lovely house. My boys loved the garden and all the space to run around in. A beautiful house in a beautiful place. Had a lovely week. Thank you. Great to catch up with all the family at a fantastic location and the dogs had a good time too. The size was perfect for 9 adults and three small children and 2 dogs. We had a fantastic week with all the family. Thanks From Scarborough
Rich, Jo, Judy, Laura, Page, Luke, Laura, Oscar and Sid
Great for our families to be together for this wonderful holiday. We have not missed a moment to explore. The farmhouse has provided us with everything we needed. A big thank you to Chris and his wife, especially to Chris for taking an interest in the POYER family research. Returning home reluctantly, but with happy memories of Eweston Farmhouse. Margaret and John Burge.
Cath, John, Andy, Tray, Nathan, Amy, John, Margaret, David, Nina and Eddie
It rained. It poured. But it really didn't matter because the house is so comfortable and warm. Lovely days. Great walks. Brilliant time had by all including two dogs who loved romping in the meadow. Thank you.
Sue, Clive, Sheila and Adrian as well as Billy and Maggs
Property Layout

5 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 9 (plus a folding bed) all on the 1st floor. 2 Doubles, 2 Twins, 1 Single, all with washbasins.

Bathroom with full suite including shower and toilet. Also: Additional Shower and toilet on ground floor.

Kitchen/Diner spacious with a Rayburn in the inglenook, a large farmhouse table, country chairs seating 10, TV and an old pine sideboard. There is a stone serving hatch through to a fully fitted well appointed kitchen with ceramic hob, double oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.

Utility Room washing machine, tumble dryer, iron, ironing board.

Living Room/Retreat large comfortable L-shaped sofa, 2 armchairs and side tables. large TV, blue-ray player, wifi, wood burning stove and piano. 

Second Lounge 2 comfortable sofas, music system, TV views across former farmyard.

Grounds small patio to the rear leading to private enclosed spacious lawn, garden furniture, barbecue and second seating area. Weatherproof bicycle/surfboard lock-up and drying room. Access to meadow for dog walking.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Yes excluding school/public holidays and first quarter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - No

Parking - Yes, ample including a small boat

Hot Tub Weekly rental through local company. Owners will organise for guests (at cost)

Fuel - Gas central heating incl. May to September. £25 p/w outside these dates. Welcome pack of logs free

Dogs - 3. 1 dog free, additional dogs £25 p/w

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? No

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? No

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? No

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

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