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Ref: 1735
Bosherton, Pembrokeshire (View Location on a map)
6 Guests
3 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Accepts 2 Dogs
£843 7 Night Breaks From
£20.07 Average Per Person Per Night

Change to check-in/check-out times

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have temporarily adjusted our check-in to 5:30pm and check-out to 9:30am. Thank you for your understanding.

As seen in The Times (15th January 2021)

30 epic escapes for after lockdown

Cleaned and safe to visit

We are working with all our property owners to ensure property cleanliness and hygiene standards are consistently met. The owners of Whitewell have been advised on the latest NHS and government guidelines.

Entire Home To Yourself

You will be staying in this entire home with you and your loved ones. Plus have piece of mind that this property has an enclosed garden for added security and privacy.

Arrival Times

Check-in from 4:30PM and Check out by 9:30AM

Handpicked Highlights

Whitewell was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Whitewell too!

  • Stylish, comfortable and quirky cottage
  • Family-friendly with secure rear garden
  • Amazing location in the centre of Bosherton
  • Private parking and walking distance to Stackpole Estate and coastline
  • Short drive to Barafundle Bay, Broadhaven South and Freshwater West
  • Close proximity to the award-winning Stackpole Inn

Rated 4.4/5 (read reviews)
Features You'll Love

  • Coastal Area
  • Dog Friendly
  • WiFi
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Private Parking
  • Real Fire
  • Rural Location
  • Ground Floor Facilities
  • Period Cottage
  • Pubs Nearby
  • Short Drive To Beach

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About Whitewell

This country cottage, which has a contemporary feel, is in an idyllic location, set in a truly unique position, the property backs on to the legendary Bosherston Lily ponds. Making it a perfect property to explore the glorious sights of some of the UK's most picturesque beaches, namely Barafundle Bay, which has the accolade of being voted one of the best beaches in the world.

Nestled in the heart of Bosherston - one of Pembrokeshire's hotspots. Whitewell's location offers access to a fabulous selection of golden beaches, including Broadhaven South, Freshwater West, and of course the delight of Barafundle bay. Surrounded by the Stackpole Estate, with its fantastic walled garden and lakes.

This family and pet-friendly home offers style, comfort and quirkiness. Featuring a lovely mix of morning and vintage furnishings including exposed original wooden beams, stripped wooden floor boards. Artwork graphics showcasing beauty spots. Individual finishing touches, such as the original cottage doors make this property like no other.

This homely cottage offers three bedrooms two with king-size beds and the third with a generously sized bunk bed. Which in turn offers itself to a variety of party types. Each room has been finished to a high standard.

The family bathroom has been recently renovated, includes a bath and over shower, has been finished with style in mind.

Outside the front, you will find parking space for two vehicles, a small garden with a hedge offering privacy to the property. The front of the building is adorned with a beautiful Virginia creeper, offering a spectacular display.

To the rear is a fully secure garden ideal for children, with a glorious mature Cherry Blossom Tree and a large lawned area. Rural aspect as the Lily ponds lie just a stone's throw away. With Bosherston Church 100 meters away - ensuring a tranquil location.

Layout & Further Information

3 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6 (4 adults and 2 children) 1 king-size, 1 double, and a bedroom with bunk beds (for children), all located on the ground floor.

Master bedroom - A kingsize bed, with two bedside cabinets, two lamps, original stripped wooded flooring, single wardrobe, dressing table, and hairdryer.

Bedroom two - A double bed, with two bedside cabinets, two stylish anglepoise lamps, original stripped wooded flooring, single wardrobe and a dressing table.

Bedroom three, A generously sized set of bunks (suitable for children only) a bedside cabinet, anglepoise lamp and original stripped wooded flooring.

Family bathroom: with a bath, over shower, toilet, washbasin, heated towel rail, and mirror, all stylishly finished, which complements the slate tiled floor.

Galley kitchen, with a new, six hob, three oven range cooker, wooden fascia kitchen with fitted fridge, washing machine and dishwasher, kettle, toaster, and dresser which offers ample storage space. The kitchen benefits from two skylights making the area welcoming and vibrant, its stripped wooden floorboards add to the cottage's homely character.

The light and airy dining room which leads on from the kitchen has extensive garden views. The area adequately accommodates a party of six, in addition, there are two comfortable armchairs where one can sit back and enjoy the views of offer from the rear of the property. With exposed wooden beams and original building features, it's an ideal area to dine and relax.

Lounge area with a welcoming log burner, flat-screen, WiFi router, TV cabinet with a flat-screen, one - four-seater sofa and one armchair and a coat stand.

Hallway, with stripped wooden floor and radiator, the area offers plenty of space for walking equipment.

Grounds - To the front, there is parking for two vehicles, a small but welcoming garden, the privacy offered by a hedge and a beautiful Virginia creeper. The rear is a secure child secure area with a magnificent mature Cherry Tree and a large lawned area. With the renown Lily ponds just a stone's throw away, it really is a beautiful location.

Additional Information:

  • Short breaks - Yes, minimum 4 night short breaks available in the winter excluding school holidays
  • Dogs - Yes, 2 welcome (£25 each)
  • Changeover Day - Friday
  • Towels - Yes
  • Bedlinen - Yes
  • Cot - Yes on request
  • Highchair - Yes on request
  • Fuel - Central heating inclusive with a starter pack of logs for the wood-burner
  • Parking - Yes, 2 vehicles (to be parked alongside the hedge)

Please note: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, certain facilities at some of our properties may not be deliverable. This may include - but is not limited to - swimming pools, hot tubs, and some shared communal areas. If you have a specific enquiry, please contact us by email here. Thank you for your understanding.

Reviews & Comments
Visitors Rate This Property 4.4/5

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Verified Guest
15th March 2022

The cottage was lovely, clean, well equipped and homely with a lovely enclosed garden, just a short walk to the Lilly ponds, lovely walks to Broadhaven South, Barafundle bay, both stunning beaches, Stackpole quay with its nice coffee shop, nice Sunday lunch at St Govans Inn which is just up the road from the cottage.

Verified Guest
26th February 2022

DVD player for bad weather and bad TV. Garlic press, you have to take or cook your own food as pub shut on a Sunday night and cafe shut for the season. Microwave for for quick warming of food, eg baked potatoes. Bathroom light pull is difficult. Multiple flies in the Sunroom,(15/20)

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

Thank you for taking the time to review your stay with us. We are sorry to hear that the first part of your visit to Whitewell was impacted by the storms, that caused the area to fall under the Red Weather Warnings issued by the Met Office. The village Whitewell resides within is usually a bright and vibrant location, with plenty to do nearby, and so we are sad to hear that the dangerous weather meant you were unable to enjoy the area's usual offerings. We hope to welcome you back to the area and the property again in the future, so that you can enjoy all it has to offer under ordinary circumstances.

Verified Guest
6th January 2022

Just gorgeous and an amazing location

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

Thank you for your review. We are so pleased to see that you had a great time at Whitewell - the owner has done such a fantastic job to ensure that the look of the property matches the incredible surroundings! We're sure they will be thrilled to hear that you enjoyed the space and the location. We look forward to welcoming you back for another wonderful stay soon.

Andrea Wilson Verified Guest
25th September 2021

Robert Elswood Verified Guest
21st June 2021

Exceptional cottage with conservatory, peaceful garden and sunny patio. Well renovated and fully equipped. It's just over a mile to the beach (easy walk, or drive and pay £6/day to park with the National Trust) but what a beach! Broad Haven must be one of the finest sandy beaches in Wales, and perfect for swimming.

About the Area

If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.

The ideal location with 3 of the UK's finest beaches within 5 minutes drive and the best wildlife and birdwatching all in walking distances. You will need to rise early to spot the otters on the lakes. This is the most sought after location in West Wales for a reason.

Stackpole Inn and Stackpole

The Stackpole Inn is an award-winning country pub and lies just 3 miles away. It has a menu featuring freshly prepared cuisine focused on the sea and has established a reputation for being one of the finest culinary delights in the area, winning the 2019 award for -Best in our County-, and also the best Gastropub in Wales. The importance of local provenance runs through the menu, and it is a fabulous place to sample some real ales in a traditional atmosphere. It is a must-visit, but please book in advance - it is always full.

Stackpole is both a listed designed landscape and an internationally important nature reserve. Footpaths radiate from the site of Stackpole Court, a grand mansion demolished before the National Trust owned this area. Walkthrough woodlands to the unique Bosherston Lily Ponds - a great spot for otters, water birds and dragonflies. Head on to the glorious golden sands of Broad Haven South beach then join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path which will lead you to:


Beautiful Barafundle - voted the best beach and picnic spot in Britain -and listed as one of the top 10 beaches in the world. Clear azure waters and shimmering sands are the order of the day here. Enjoy a picnic on the beach then stroll back along the coastal path to the Stackpole Quay teashop for afternoon tea with freshly baked scones with jam and cream. Owned and run by the National Trust it offers a relaxing atmosphere with splendid cakes and refreshments.

Wonder at the amazing soft sand and the clarity of the finest water.

Stackpole Walled Garden

Stackpole Walled Garden is a short minute walk away. Purchase some wonderfully fresh vegetables and fruit, enjoy a walk around the gardens and stop for coffee and cake at the cafe.


Bosherston is a small village with a fabulous pub, -Ye Olde Worlde' Tearoom unchanged for decades and from where fishing permits for the Lily Ponds are available, and a fine 13th century Norman Church. Enjoy a tasty meal in the St.Govans Inn - a traditional village pub mentioned in the Good Pub Guide. Splendid ales are served here as well. It can be busy in the Summer, but this just a stroll from the house so you don't have to worry about the car or parking. Lovely food.

It is often difficult to park in Bosherston due to its unique offer, but this property benefits from 2 parking spaces which means you can simply park the car and have a whole holiday exploring on foot if you wish.


Enjoy beach casting for bass on local beaches and coarse fishing at Bosherston Lily Ponds. Licenses are available at the Olde Worlde Cafe in the village. Cast off the Stackpole Quay, catch mackerel off the headland above Barrafundle.

Freshwater East & West, Manorbier Beaches & St Govans Chapel

South Pembrokeshire's other famous beaches within a few minute's drive include Freshwater West (great surfing beach), Freshwater East and Manorbier. At Freshwater West enjoy the delights of Caf Mor. From April - September they serve delicious local produce including Hot Lobster Rolls and Beach Beef Burgers. The waves sweep the beach and its sand dunes have appeared in many films and are the resting place for Dobbie from Harry Potter. It was also the location for Russell Crowe to battle against the French in Robin Hood It has also been the home of the Welsh National Surfing Championships so is a great place to ride the waves. Manorbier is a delightful little village with a welcoming cafe, shop and country pub crowned by a wonderful castle. Awesome surf here as well. The Green arch of Wales is also a short walk from the house - if you fancy exploring the natural treasures and landscapes of the South Pembrokeshire Coast.


Pembroke 4 miles away is an ancient town with a magnificent medieval castle - the birthplace of Henry Tudor. The castle is an ideal place to explore and enjoy picnics or one of the many events such as historical re-enactments and music festivals.

Explore the Shops and antique centres on the High Street, and then stop for food at one of the many cafes. , The Cornstore is also popular. In the evening The Kings Arms serves up tasty Tapas dishes - perfect for sharing.


The walled town of Tenby is always a great place to explore with its cobbled streets and lovely little harbour, surrounded by golden sands it has played host to many visitors and remains a favourite destination for visitors to Pembrokeshire. Tenby is the most well known and photographed town in Wales with its iconic painted houses and stunning harbour. The fabulous walled town with cobbled streets - it feels like a little slice of travelling to a beautiful overseas haven. Beautiful expanses of sand on North and South Cliff beaches. It does get very busy in the Summer.

Boat Trips from Tenby to Caldey Island

Enjoy a day out with Sea Cruises, Tenby. Choose from a trip to Caldey Island, St Margarets Cruise or Smuggler's Caverns & Island Cruise. Or try a different one each day. Remember your camera and binoculars.


Stroll around the picturesque, historic village of Carew nestled beside the river with its magnificent castle, Celtic cross, restored tidal mill and the Carew Inn a family-friendly pub serving good food and real ales.


Just a 20 minute drive away and has been voted one of the best high streets to shop in with its tiny shops and focus on having no chain stores. It has an abundance of fabulous places to dine and enjoy some fine beverages. Ultracomida the Spanish delicatessen and Tapas bar sits at the top of the street and is a source of fantastic food, beer, and wines and is a destination place across West Wales. There are a number of fabulous eateries dotted along the High Street including Peppercorn, 32 Townhouse, Bistro @No13, Plum Vanilla and just outside the town lies The Grove, Welsh Hotel of the Year with its critically acclaimed menu for very special occasions.

Family Attractions

South Pembrokeshire has a large collection of quality family attractions including Folly Farm, Manor Wildlife Park, Oakwood Theme Park, Heatherton Sports Park, Blue Lagoon Water Park, Tudor Merchants House NT, and the Dinosaur Park.

Barafundle Bay and Broad Haven South Beach are close to this characterful cottage in a unique country estate setting. It sleeps 6 guests. The enclosed rear garden is a safe haven.

Surfing surfing surfing

This location is a mecca for surfing. People travel from all over the UK to surf Broadhaven South, and the National surfing champions are frequently held at Freshwater West, just 5 minutes drive away. You will also find the legendary Cafe Mor here - which serves beach food with a difference and draws people from all over Wales for its fresh lobster rolls and pollock, with seaweed, relishes and kelchup -(kelp)

Freshwater West is always full of surfers throughout the year. Over the headland, you have Angle and the fab Wave Crest cafe.

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Exterior view of dog friendly holiday cottage in Bosherton, Pembrokeshire.
Holiday cottage in Bosherton, Pembrokeshire - lounge with sofa, armchair, TV and wood burner.
Dining room in Whitewell holiday cottage in Bosherton, Pembrokeshire with seating for six.
Well equipped shaker style kitchen in Boshterton holiday cottage in Pembrokeshire.
Aerial view showing location of dog friendly Whitewell holiday cottage, next to Bosherston Lily ponds in Pembrokeshire.
View of Whitewell's front door, traditional stone holiday cottage in Bosherton, Pembrokeshire.

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