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  • Haven Waterway
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Beach Croft

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Property Highlights:

Pembrokeshire Haven Waterway cottage Pembroke Ferry opposite Burton and Neyland Marina in 'little England beyond Wales'

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Guest Book Comments

Superb place to stay in Pembrokeshire We had a wonderful week at Beach Croft. The property is well equipped with all mod cons but the main reason for staying at this property has to be it's location. Every room has a superb view of the Haven estuary so you can enjoy watching the world go by or even watch the Irish ferry docking just up the estuary. There is ample parking for at least three cars, probably more. This is the type of place that you wish you owned however just enjoy the place if you are lucky enough to stay there.

Nigel,Hereford - August 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Amazing views and superb accommodation made for a stunning holiday. We spent a fantastic week at Beach Croft in October and would highly recommend this accommodation. It was perfectly positioned for fantastic days out exploring beautiful Pembrokeshire that ranged from a 10 minute drive to a 45 minute drive. We managed to fit in on average 3 lovely trips per day, the weather was certainly on our side and so we really made the most of it. That said, we also enjoyed spending time in the very clean, comfortable and well presented cottage. The outside space is such a bonus and we were lucky to observe a couple of stunning sunsets with a glass or two!

Hughes party - 3-Nov-2015
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Super view, spotlessly clean. Wonderful shower!

A trusted customer - 3rd August 2018

Second time we have stayed already booked for next year. Absolute beautiful cottage, very clean comfortable. I don't think I would stay any where else now. Beautiful views and very relaxing. Had the chance to meet the owner on this occasion and she was very helpful.

Lorraine Osullivan - 22nd June 2018
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Property Description
Haven waterside home with panoramic views from all rooms
  • A detached waterside home with absolutely fabulous uninterrupted panoramic views from every room and terrace overlooking the ever changing Haven Waterway of 'little England beyond Wales'.
  • This 'upside down' home has themed nautical décor throughout with subtle shades of maritime blue.
  • On the entrance level is the hall, kitchen and sitting/dining room from where patio doors open onto a small balcony with an occasional table and chairs.
  • Open plan stairs lead from the hall down to the bathroom and bedrooms, both with stunning views and French doors to the terrace.
  • Pembroke Dock 1/2 mile away has a range of amenities including bank, post office, library with internet access, supermarkets, filling station, chemist, doctor and vet (in Pembroke).


About the Area
Ferry Inn at old Pembroke Ferry
  • 2 minutes walk takes you to the old Ferry Inn - a warm welcome, good food and wine and an al fresco dining terrace overlooking the water.
Haven Waterway SSSI
  • The Waterway fascinates at any time of the year - just relax and watch the comings and goings of the leisure yachts and commercial shipping - the Irish Ferry sails in twice daily.
  • This is Wales' largest estuary with numerous areas of 'special scientific interest'.
Birdwatchers paradise
  • Watch and wonder (don't forget your binoculars) at the vast array of wildfowl and waders, as the tide comes and goes.
Pembroke 
  • Pembroke with its ancient town wall and mighty Norman castle is a 5 minute drive. Tudor and Georgian houses line the main street with its mixture of pubs, restaurants and shops.
Water sports for all
  • There are water sports galore, surfing, board-sailing, yachting, diving and great sea-angling - charter a boat for a mackerel fishing trip, try a 'wreck' fishing expedition, an exhilarating high speed sea safari to Skomer and Skokholm or a peaceful Haven cruise.
Lamphey Court Hotel & Spa 
  • This Georgian mansion was originally built in 1823 and carefully restored during the latter part of the last century. Surrounded by the Pembrokeshire National Park and idyllically located in acres of grounds, the spa is a perfect retreat in which to pamper yourselves with a choice of revitalising treatments at this luxury venue.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path
  • The Pembrokeshire coast path runs the length of the county with views to take your breath away. Golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming with wildlife and covered in a riot of flowers, especially in spring.
  • Crystal clear waters make it perfect for adventure activities like coasteering and kayaking, for spotting dolphins, or seeing seals hauled up in secret coves.
Bosherston
  • Bosherston Lily Ponds are well known for their beautiful setting filled with abundant wildlife including dragon flies, swans, coots, herons and even otters.
  • A walk round the ponds brings you, unexpectedly, to a fabulous beach at Broad Haven South.
St Govans Chapel
  • St Govan's chapel is another fascinating place to visit. Tucked into a cleft in the cliffs, it is one of the most picturesque sixth century hermit's chapels in Britain.
Quayside, Lawrenny Quay
  • This award-winning cafe is set in a unique position with amazing waterside views overlooking the ‘Secret Waterway' in the heart of the National Park. Daily dishes are made with the finest Pembrokeshire produce, such as Leek & Cheese Tart, Welsh Rarebit, fresh locally caught Crab and Lobster as well as homemade cakes and desserts, local ales, beers and Welsh cider, A truly calm and tranquil place to relax, with wonderful circular woodland and river walks.
Brunel Cycle Trail
  • The traffic-free Brunel Trail between the towns of Neyland, Johnston and Haverfordwest is an 18 mile return trip. Enjoy miles of tranquil countryside with great views and a lovely mix of open fields, woodland and estuary. Mikes Bikes in Haverfordwest offer cycle hire for all age groups and will even deliver bikes to your door.
Haverfordwest Farmers Market
  • The county town of Haverfordwest has an award-winning certified Farmers’ Market every Friday in the picturesque Riverside shopping area. Discover the flavour of Pembrokeshire, and all that its fabulous farmers and local producers have to offer and gather a feast for supper, or find a tasty treat to take home with you to remind you of your stay in Pembrokeshire.
South Pembrokeshire & Coastal Path
  • South Pembrokeshire's fabulous beaches and Coastal Path are all within a short drive including Manorbier, a sandy cove overlooked by a castle, Freshwater East, popular with surfers and bustling Tenby with its Blue Flag Beaches.
Blue Shark Guided Bird Watching, Neyland Marina
  • Join a fascinating guided pelagic bird watching boat trip in association with Celtic Bird Tours. The boat leaves from Neyland Marina where you can enjoy a drink, snack or meal in the first floor Bar Restaurant or Brunel Cafe on the quayside.

Interior

2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double and 1 Twin, both on lower ground floor with French doors to new large decking terrace with glass panels and railings for outdoor eating on large wooden table and chairs, rattan sofa set.

Shower Room on lower ground floor - walk in shower, toilet and washbasin. Toilet on 1st floor.

Utility Area on lower ground floor - washing machine and tumble dryer. Door to terrace overlooking Waterway with garden furniture.

Sitting/Dining Room on entrance level with 3 piece suite, feature fireplace with electric fire, dining table and chairs seating 6, digital TV with Sky Sports package, CD/radio, patio doors to balcony with breakfast table seating 2.

Kitchen on entrance level with smart fitted units, electric cooker with double oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, 'pull-out' larder unit, breakfast table and 4 stools.

Grounds on various levels overlooking the Waterway. Balcony on entrance level with occasional table and 2 chairs, terrace on lower ground floor with wooden dining table and chairs, 11 steps up to small 'hidden' seating area, 14 steps down to small terrace with seat and gate to flight of 14 steps down to foreshore and water.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - No

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - No

Parking - Yes for 2 cars at front of cottage

Fuel - Gas central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £30 p/w

Dogs - 1 welcome free

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No

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