Mullock Bridge

Ref: 1425
Nr. Dale, Pembrokeshire (View Location on a map)
6 Guests
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Accepts 2 Dogs
£542 7 Night Breaks From
£12.90 Average Per Person Per Night
Handpicked Highlights

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

  • Charming cottage in a lovely, sunny elevated position
  • Short distance to some fabulous beaches, Marloes is 1.5 miles away
  • Year-round discount for couples / small parties 
  • 5-minute drive to the seaside village of Dale and The Griffin pub - renowned for its fresh fish and seafood
  • Great location for Skomer Island Puffin trips
  • Open fire for cosy nights in
  • Enjoy alfresco meals on the terrace and summer barbecues

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Features You'll Love

  • Coastal Area
  • Dog Friendly
  • WiFi
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Private Parking
  • Real Fire
  • Ground Floor Facilities
  • Family Friendly
  • Period Cottage
  • Golf Courses Nearby
  • Short Drive To Beach

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About Mullock Bridge

This charming 3 bedroom cottage has a lovely, sunny enclosed garden and a 4* grading from Visit Wales. Close to many stunning beaches and Skomer Island, it is a 5-minute drive from the seaside village of Dale with its calm harbour providing a haven for water sports and The Griffin pub - renowned for its wonderful fish and seafood.

  • This welcoming, pet-friendly home has a cosy lounge with an open fire and a well-equipped modern kitchen and utility room.
  • The spacious dining room has large windows and patio doors facing onto the garden, so you have the benefit of being in the garden whatever the weather.
  • The sunny enclosed garden has paved terraces providing a perfect setting for morning breakfast, a light lunch or an evening barbecue under the stars.
  • There are bedrooms to suit all members of your party. Two double bedrooms are on the first floor served by a small bathroom that, although with restricted head height, contains a corner bath. On the ground floor is the twin bedroom that adjoins the main shower room.
  • Wonderful beaches, coastal walks and picturesque views of South Pembrokeshire are on your doorstep just waiting to be explored and boogie boards are provided in the cottage to get your holiday underway.
  • Dogs are welcomed and there is a convenient outside tap to wash the sand off their paws.
Layout & Further Information

3 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. 2 Doubles (restricted headroom above bed in front room) on 1st floor. Hairdryer provided. 1 Twin on ground floor adjoining the main shower room (2' 6'' single beds).

Bathroom on 1st floor (restricted headroom).

Lounge with 3 seater sofa and 2 seater sofa, open fire, Satellite HD TV & DVD.

Kitchen/Dining Garden Room with well-equipped fitted kitchen, electric oven, electric hob, fridge freezer, magimix, juicer, dishwasher and a dining table seating 6. (Dishwasher tablets and eco-friendly washing and cleaning products provided).

Utility Room with microwave, washing machine (washing tablets provided), tumble dryer. Dog-friendly property with bowls & towels for your dog available.

Grounds professionally landscaped, mix of terraced lawns, mature borders, paved areas and established trees. Outside paved patio area with table, chairs and barbecue. Boogie boards provided for use AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Additional Information

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes. Please bring your own beach towels

Parking - Yes off-street for 2 small cars or one large one. Additional parking available opposite in lay-by across the road

Short breaks - Short breaks are only available for last minute bookings

Fuel - Electric heating inclusive May to September. Outside of these dates 45 p/w. Starter pack of logs provided.

Dogs - 1 dog free, additional dog 25 p/w. More than 2 dogs welcome on request. @ 25 per week.

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No

Bed linen - Included as standard

Reviews & Comments
Guestbook Comments

If you've ever visited a holiday cottage before, you most likely have seen a guestbook in the property for guests to leave a review for others when they arrive. Each of the following comments was lovingly left by people just like you in the guestbook left at Mullock Bridge.

J Westbrook
17th August 2019

A lovely location, only a 5-minute drive from the beach! Our dogs loved the long walks & they enjoyed the big garden too! We had a very relaxing stay & it was so peaceful. A great time was had by all.

Hosch & Battlehner Families
10th August 2019

We enjoyed our stay a lot. The house is very comfortable & the kids enjoyed the garden. Perfect for day trips.

Graeme & Alison
18th July 2019

Lovely, well-equipped cottage in a superb area. Really enjoyed our stay. Thank you.

E Costa Brown
6th March 2019

A very enjoyable stay. The kitchen is very well equipped with new and clean pots. The one issue we experienced was sorted with no fuss.

5th January 2019

All aspects of the holiday great.... we had a great holiday. Thank you

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.

Marloes & Dale

  • Within easy reach (1m) to the west of Mullock Bridge is Marloes village with The Lobster Pot pub, offering good bar food as well as a well-stocked local convenience store.
  • Also just a mile away to the south is Dale village; built round a horseshoe-shaped bay it is allegedly the sunniest spot in Wales. Try sailing, surfing, windsurfing or kayaking - tuition is available from West Wales Windsurfing and Sailing for all abilities!
  • Dine alfresco overlooking the bay at The Griffin Inn, with its extensive fish menu, visit the Moorings restaurant or enjoy a delicious snack at the Boat House Cafe & Shop.

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and local beaches

  • Both the Marloes and Dale peninsula are bounded by the Pembrokeshire coastal path which runs 186 miles from Poppit Sands in the north to Amroth in the south with its magnificent scenery and beautiful sandy beaches.
  • The Pembrokeshire beaches offer something for everyone - close by are the beaches of Marloes, Dale, Musslewick, Westdale and slightly further afield, the long sandy beaches in St Brides Bay - Broad Haven, Druidston Haven and Newgale - this is the perfect place for a beach holiday.

Boats to Skomer Islan

  • Three miles away from Mullock Bridge at Martins Haven you can take a boat to Skomer Island where colonies of seabirds - puffins, shearwaters, razorbills, kittiwakes - nest and are protected on the island's nature reserve.
  • Or take a Shearwater Safari boat trip from Neyland Marina and experience the islands, cliffs and nesting birds from the water.

Skomer, Grassholm, Skokholm and Gateholm

  • From the cliffs at Marloes look out to the offshore bird islands - Skokholm, Gateholm, Grassholm and the Marine Nature Reserve of Skomer.
  • Visit the headland opposite Skomer Island, the Deerpark (NT), a two-thousand-year-old promontory settlement bounded by cliffs and, in September, you will see seal pups on the beaches below.

Local Natural History - Marloes Mere and Musselwick

  • The gently sloping countryside surrounding Mullock Bridge is a delight for birdwatchers. Nearby Marloes Mere is a fascinating and unique landscape - a wetland once famous for its medicinal leeches (don't worry they died out about 100 years ago!). There are hides for bird watching enthusiasts and, depending on the time of year, you can spot marsh harriers, snipe and teal and perhaps barn owls, choughs, swallows and swifts.
  • Experience the SSSIs at Musselwick & the cliffs at Marloes or wander out onto the nearby airfield between Dale and Marloes - no longer in use - and let your children cycle along the bridleways or fly their kites with complete freedom where the sky stretches from horizon to horizon.

Local history - Mullock Bridge is a site of historical Welsh significance.

  • The story is told that after Henry Tudor's return to Britain (at Dale in 1485) Rhys eased his conscience by hiding under Mullock Bridge as Henry marched over, thus absolving himself of his oath to Richard that Henry would only get the crown by marching over his body.

The Cleddau River and Milford Haven

  • To the south-east of Mullock Bridge, the Haven is one of the largest sheltered natural harbours in the world - watching the boating traffic on the water is a fascinating and enjoyable way of whiling away a few hours!
  • Dine out at the marina with its variety of shops cafes bars and restaurants.
  • The Torch Theatre in Milford Haven has a variety of live stage performances as well as a cinema, cafe/bar and gallery.

Brunel Trail

  • If walking and cycling are more your thing, join the Brunel Trail at Neyland, just beyond Milford Haven, and enjoy the lovely views and open countryside of this traffic-free route.

St Davids and Solva

  • No visit to Pembrokeshire is complete without a trip to St Davids with its magnificent medieval cathedral, small individual shops, restaurants and art and craft galleries. Boat trips to the bird islands sailing from St Justinian's can also be booked from here.
  • To get to St Davids you must travel through the pretty coastal village of Solva with its sheltered harbour - ships sailed from here to America in times gone by and it is still a very popular berth for sailors today!
  • Do try The Cambrian for good bar and restaurant food, as well as the excellent tea room right on the harbour, browse the art gallery, National Trust shop and Window on Wales for a great selection of gifts and memorabilia.

Pembrokeshire family days out

As well as all the natural wealth of the county, in Pembrokeshire there is plenty to entertain the family. Oakwood, Heatherton Sports, Folly Farm, Manor Wildlife Park and the Dinosaur Park in the south of the county or in the north at Sealyham and TYF - there are lots more to choose from!

Eat & Drink

See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near Mullock Bridge.

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The Clockhouse Café
( 1 miles away )

A spacious dog-friendly cafe with an outside terrace. Serving breakfasts, paninis, cakes, coffees and cold drinks. A great stop off on the way back from Skomer Island.

The Griffin Inn
( 1.6 miles away )

Named best pub in Wales 2019, The Griffin pub in Dale specialises in locally caught, fresh seafood and home-cooked classics. It also boasts one of the best sea wall ‘bars’ in Wales. With an alfresco terrace to enjoy the summer and a modern glass-fronted extension and roaring log fires in the winter, you can experience the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast no matter what the weather.

Coco's Brasserie at Dale Yacht Club
( 1.6 miles away )

Dine al fresco on sea view terrace, family-friendly, dog-friendly, everyone welcome, local produce, Mediterranean sharing plates, stone-baked pizzas, capital roasters coffee and a pool table.

Runwayskiln Café
( 1.9 miles away )

Coastal cafe, with fantastic views of the wild seas, right on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and on the way to Skomer Island. Hidden gem serving creative and delicious food.

The Swan Inn
( 4.1 miles away )

A small Little Haven pub with a strong commitment to food. They use local and seasonal produce including welsh ribeye steak, local diver caught scallops and crab.

Saint Bride's Inn
( 4.1 miles away )

In Little Haven, this pub serves locally sources produce where possible, with fresh fish, and good quality Welsh meat from local butchers. Menu varies, dependant on fresh produce and seasonal availability. There is a sunny beer garden for those warmer months, and a cosy open fire is on in winter months.

The Castle
( 4.1 miles away )

A popular seaside village pub serving traditional ales and food made from locally sourced ingredients.

The Ocean Cafe, Bar, Restaurant
( 4.7 miles away )

Wi Fi open access.

The Galleon Inn
( 4.7 miles away )

Traditional pub serving quality beers and good food overlooking Broad Haven sea front

Galley Cafe
( 5.7 miles away )

All day breakfasts, main meals, snacks & drinks overlooking Milford Marina

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Dog friendly holiday home near Dale - parking for one large car
South facing patio
Marloes holiday cottage - living room with open fire
Dale holiday home - living room with open fire
Dale self-catering - conservatory/kitchen
Dale self-catering - conservatory/kitchen

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