Heritage House is a Visit Wales 5 star property
Set in the quiet village of Stepaside, modern holiday home Heritage House sits above the ruins of the 19th
Century Heritage site, a once thriving community, it is now a beautiful natural wooded valley.
- Today, this lovely location is considered the heart
of the South Pembrokeshire countryside, yet it is only one mile from the beaches of Wisemans Bridge and two miles from Saundersfoot.
- Heritage House is a wonderful pet friendly modern holiday home, perfect
for families and friends, seeking a fun filled all year escape or a quiet relaxing
break. This house truly caters for all.
- The owner has carefully considered the needs of
everyone, providing everything you could possibly need for a most memorable
- You will find the latest technology, including Sonos
Sound, Bose speakers, Sky +, Xbox 360 and a zoned heating system. However, if the great
outdoors is your preference, there are 19 wetsuits provided to fit all shapes and sizes,
and three sea kayaks to enjoy the calm waters of the South Pembrokeshire coast.
- Each of the rooms are finished to the highest standard,
from the Villeroy & Boch porcelain floor tiles and bespoke oak staircase in
the entrance hall, to the Italian leather sofas and bi-fold doors in the lounge.
The luxurious modern kitchen diner continues to impress
with integrated Neff appliances including a twin oven, microwave, coffee machine
and wine fridge.
- If you’re looking for a quiet corner to
read the mornings newspapers or adrenalin-fuelled-fun gaming, the snug will
appeal to young and old.
- There are five bedrooms, situated over the 1st
and 2nd floor, two with ensuite shower rooms and the remainder served
by two family bathrooms, each of which have contemporary Villeroy & Boch fixtures and Hans Grohe fittings of the
- The garden terrace looks across the valley, where on
quiet evenings you can hear sounds of birds and wildlife, inhabiting the
woodland. The external space spans the length of the house, accessed through
bi-folding doors from the lounge and kitchen diner.
- It is divided into two distinct areas, the first with
all year grass for deck chairs and loungers, and the second for dining alfresco
and evening barbecues.
- Beneath lies the large garage, with wetsuits
and three sea kayaks. There is plenty of additional space to store all of your
bikes, surfboards and outdoor gear , so pack-up your car with everything you need,
to enjoy a wonderful Pembrokeshire holiday by the coast and country.
Wiseman's Bridge Beach
- Just a short drive is this all year pet friendly natural beach. This is the ideal family playground, with rocks to clamber over and pools left by the receding tide to fish in. The remains of a 5000 year old forest can still be found in the stream that flows down to the sea.
- Rehearsals for the D-Day Landings were held on the beach and Churchill himself dined at the Wisemans Bridge Inn overlooking the beach which still serves excellent food and drink.It was used for the training of the troops because of its likeness to the fabulous Normandy beaches,so a taste of western France in Wales.
- The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path (part of the All Wales Path) runs through the Bay with glorious walks to South Pembrokeshire's beautiful beaches - Saundersfoot, Amroth and the Jewel of Pembrokeshire, Georgian Tenby.
- Wiseman's Bridge is linked to Saundersfoot by an old 'dramway' once used to carry coal to Saundersfoot Harbour. Recently resurfaced this is an ideal off road cycle route that passes through 3 old railway tunnels and also heads inland through Pleasant Valley.
- Pretty, bustling Saundersfoot has 3 lovely beaches, harbour, shops, pubs, gallery, a wonderful old fashioned sweet shop, 'Chobbles', good sea food restaurants, and gifts shops including 'Walk on Water' for leisure wear and souvenirs.
- Indulge yourself at the St Brides Hotel & Spa, a luxury hotel designed around the spectacular view over Saundersfoot Harbour and Carmarthen Bay.
Amroth & Pembrokeshire Coast Path
- Amroth, the start (or end) of the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, is a small seaside village with a beach (lots of Blue Flag awards), popular with families, that stretches the whole length of the village. It can be reached along the beach at low tide, passing old coal and iron workings, or on the cliff-top coast path which is also a cycle route.
- Amroth has a selection of places to eat as well as three pubs - the furthest marking the Pembrokeshire/Carmarthenshire border.
- The Bothy Tea Room and Restaurant serves mouth-watering home made food and the National Trust Gift Shop with Gallery has lots of Pembrokeshire arts and crafts for sale.
- Narberth nearby is a small ancient thriving market town with a ruined castle and a mixture of small interesting shops - fishmonger, butcher, grocer, ironmongers, delicatessen, wonderful cake shops, art and craft galleries, antique shops, pubs and restaurants - a great place for gift shopping!
- Take a revitalising swim at Narberth's 20m x 7m swimming pool or relax in the delightful informal UltraComedia Cafe/Tapas Bar/Delicatessen - enjoy delicious produce from Wales, Spain and France. Drop in at any time during the day - booking necessary for evening meals.
Colby Woodland Garden (N.T.)
- These beautiful historic gardens are a must for garden lovers in any season but are particularly beautiful in the early summer.
- Enjoy a family day out here - children can build dens, cross streams with ropes, maybe plant bulbs or spread wildflower seeds, spot wild life and birds.
- Relax in the eco café with its log fire and extensive wild life library.
Tenby, Caldey Island & Fun Days Out
- Within easy reach is a wide variety of things to do for all the family:
- A visit to lively and ever popular Victorian Tenby is a must with its shops, pubs, restaurants and miles of golden sands – a boat trip to the monk’s island of Caldey during the summer months is a real treat.
- Blue Lagoon at Bluestone - sub tropical water park with state of the art technology, wave machine, rapid river rides, slides, bubble pools and more with cafe and restaurant areas.
- Folly Farm - for the young ones, Oakwood Park - exhilarating rides - Dinosaur Park (over 30 in the woods)Heatherton Country Sports Park (go-karts, paintballing etc) and Manor House Wildlife Park (Anna's Welsh Zoo)
Battlefield Live - Pembrokeshire Laser Combat is a jungle themed 'battlefield' - lots of fun in camo gear!
Hangar 5 is a huge indoor trampoline park complete with café for drinks and food to revive with!
- Marros Riding Stables is a family-run riding centre offers lessons for everyone - Toddler Taster sessions, Own a Pony Day and for more experienced riders an exhilarating beach ride. For those who would like to have a go including families or small groups a 'Combination Session' is available - a fun lesson with a trek through the woods.
Shore Fishing at Freshwater West & East, Rock fishing off Monkston Point
- Shore fishing from the rocks and beaches around Freshwater West and East is arguably some of the best in Wales. Remember to pack your fishing gear.
- Monkston Point is a good place to bag bass but take care not to get cut off by the tide. A 2lb bass takes 30 minutes in a hot oven. Just lay on a bed of fresh herbs, sliced onions & seasoning in a buttered pan, pour over 1/2 pint of white wine. Cover and cook. Serve with the remaining white wine chilled. Delicious!
Lawrenny & Quayside Tearoom
- In the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park sits this multi award winning tearoom - 'Quayside' - enjoy delicious local produce in an idyllic waterside setting - open 11 am - 5 pm daily.
- There are magnificent castles within easy driving distance each well worth a visit - beautiful Carew & Tidal Mill, fascinating Manorbier & pretty sheltered beach, grand Picton with lovely gardens and Llawhaden, once the summer residence of the Bishops of St Davids.
Heritage House is a wonderful modern holiday home in a convenient location for exploring Pembrokeshire at any time of year.
Bedrooms 1 master King (5'bed) with
ensuite shower room, 1 King (5' bed),
1 double with ensuite shower room, 1 single
all on 1st floor.
1 King (5'bed), 1 single
on 2nd floor. 2 family bathrooms 1 on each floor with bath.
WC on ground floor. Cot bed available (please bring
your own cot bedding)
Kitchen/Dining open plan with luxury, fitted units with
Neff integral appliances including twin oven, microwave and coffee
machine, breakfast bar seating 6 and dining table seating 6. Sonos
sound system, Bose speakers & Sky tv.
Bi-folding doors open to terrace.
Lounge with 2 Italian leather sofas seating 6, contemporary
design armchair, gas log burner, Sky Plus tv, Bose speakers.
Bi-fold doors open to terrace.
Snug with leather sofa, tv, dvd, Sony Xbox360 gaming
Grounds terrace garden with 'all year grass' lawn area
with deck chairs and loungers, and a paved dining area seating
8 with barbecue.
Parking for 3 cars (1 in large garage).
Fuel central heating inclusive May-Sept. £30p/w outside
2 dogs welcome free
Winter Short Breaks
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? No
Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No
Are there paths? No
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