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  • Brunels Cottage


  • Haven Waterway
  • Ref: 790
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Brunels Cottage

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  • Ref: 790
Property Highlights:

Pembrokeshire holiday cottage along Neyland Promenade overlooking the Haven Waterway near Llanstadwwell, pet friendly, with wifi, maritime walks, boat trips & sandy beaches.

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Guest Book Comments

We have had a lovely time in your cottage and in Neyland. Weather was mostly very clement.

A & B Hill - 2014-07-05
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Thank you so much for letting us stay in your beautiful cottage, we have enjoyed every minute and would definitely be back again.

Mr & Mrs Edgar, Mr & MRs Anstee - 2014-10-11
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

It has been a great week in a lovely cottage. The dog has enjoyed the garden (unexpected) and we have enjoyed the views and spacious but homely cottage.

Kim & Steve Cole - 2014-10-18
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We have had a lovely week, out in the daytime and sitting watching the boats in the evening. The garden was a nice surprise and much appreciated with the good weather.

John & Sheila - 2014-07-26
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

A cosy, comfortable, warn cottage for 2, compact but a bit dated. Curtains in spare bedroom had mould on the lining and main road outside front door. Lovely views of the estuary and boats especially at night time. Off road parking was very tiny and instructions could have been displayed better in a folder, typed and laminated. A bit difficult to the read the hand writing.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your review, we have sent a copy to the owner and await their comments. We are glad that you enjoyed your stay and appreciate you taking the time to feed back your findings.

A trusted customer - 25th October 2018

Overall standard of cleanliness we found to be poor. No storage space in the kitchen for personal food. All saucepans are small and make meal provision difficult. Freezer in external shed dirty, and temperature suspect. General lack of cleaning materials, and rubbish bags. Garden shabby, and garden furniture dirty. Overall very disappointing.Thank goodness for the very pleasant location and pleasant neighbours.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your review, we have sent a copy to the owner and await their comments. We are glad that you enjoyed your stay and appreciate you taking the time to feed back your findings.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your feedback which has been passed to the owner. We have already altered some of the descriptions on our website and our team are planning a site visit. We are sorry that you were disappointed

Stuart Twiggs - 6th October 2018

Good

Derek Owen - 14th July 2018

Disappointing stay! Essential safety equipment, eg. smoke detectors, heat sensor, carbon monoxide sensor, not present. We have highlighted these deficiencies to Quality Cottages and are currently awaiting a response. Customers should be aware that anything bigger than a bubble car will not fit in the parking space. On the positive side it has nice views over the water and in spite of everything we had fantastic weather and lots of good days out. We have previously stayed in properties in Wales through Quality Cottages and these were brilliant so very disappointed in the standard of this one. Hope it is a one off.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your comments, which were passed to the owner. Everything has been checked out and conforms to all required standards

Jean Slater - 2nd June 2018

Lovely location Very comfortable

Mavis Richardson - 31st January 2018
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Property Description
Pembrokeshire holiday cottage Haven Waterway Pets welcome
  • Panoramic views over the Haven Waterway from the lounge of this delightful Pembrokeshire holiday cottage on the Promenade in Neyland, warm, cosy and very comfortable at all times of the year. Pets welcome too.
  • The front double bedroom has fabulous Haven Waterway Views and double doors lead from the lounge into the rear cosy bedroom.
  • There is a small front terrace just big enough to sit and enjoy the panorama of the bustling Haven Waterway.
  • During the construction of the Great Western Railway by Isambard Kingdom Brunel the cottage was one of the offices, now refurbished and furnished to a comfortable residential standard. Pets welcome.
  • Neyland has 2 supermarkets, one with a post office and cash dispensing facilities, a traditional family run butchers shop, chemist and a filling station with an ATM.

Interior

2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 2 Doubles (with extensive views over the Haven).

Bathroom with shower over bath.

Kitchen fitted kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge with ice box, washer/dryer, table and chairs to seat 4.

Lounge 3 piece suite, TV/Video/DVD, coal effect gas fire - fantastic views over the Haven, double doors to rear bedroom.

Grounds medium sized rear enclosed garden, with 9 steps to raised lawn and patio area. Garden furniture

 

Additional Information

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - No

Parking - on roadside, other parking available close by

Fuel - Gas central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £25 p/w

Dogs - 2. 1 dog free, additional dog £25 p/w

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No

Linen - Included as standard

About the Area
South Pembrokeshire
  • Sailing, water sports, leisure parks, coastal walks, golf courses, museums, castles and the safe, sandy beaches of St Brides Bay, Dale and Marloes Peninsulas all within easy reach.
  • Relax, take in the bracing, invigorating Pembrokeshire pure air and watch the world of the Haven Waterway go by with yachts, Irish Ferry and ever changing tidal seascape.
Neyland Yacht Club
  • For sailing enthusiasts there are launching facilities, floating moorings and family friendly Neyland Yacht Club just 100 yards away.
Neyland Yacht Haven Marina near Pembrokeshire holiday cottage
  • Neyland Marina, a 10 minutes level stroll away along the promenade, has The Bar Restaurant specialising in delicious fish dishes and Brunel's Cafe/Bar, open all year (popular with locals) - several good waterside inns are also within a short drive.
Burton
  • Do visit the waterside village of Burton. The public jetty is a perfect place for crabbibng and the family friendly Jolly Sailor serves good value pub food on rolling lawns beside the water and in the conservatory.
Pembroke Castle
  • A magnificent stronghold on the banks of the Cleddau Estuary. Privately owned, very well maintained and open to the public it makes a lovely spot for exploration and family picnics. Exciting events are held in the grounds throughout the summer season including historical reinactments, music festivals and falconry displays.
Tenby & Beaches
  • Elegant colour washed Victorian & Georgian buildings, medieval town walls & castle , now a museum, narrow winding streets full of hustle bustle, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars and 5 magnificent sandy beaches make Tenby a very popular town to visit.
Caldey Island Boat Trips
  • Buy your tickets for Caldey Island at the kiosk on the slipway of Tenby Harbour. Enjoy the boat ride and look out for marine wild life en route. The island has been home to Cistercian monks for a thousand years. They farm the land, produce perfume, chocolate and shortbread all of which are for sale in the islands shop. Stroll the beautiful countryside, relax on one of the lovely sandy beaches and do visit the Grade II listed abbey.
Bosherston Lily Ponds (NT), Olde Worlde Teashop & St Govans Inn
  • Stroll along this delightful trail past the scenic lily ponds and onto beautiful Broad Haven South beach. Before leaving do enjoy a real old fashioned tea with Auntie Vi MBE in Bosherston's Olde Worlde Teashop or good pub food and award winning ales in the St Govans Inn.
Freshwater West Beach
  • The magnificent golden sands of Freshwater West with crashing surf, sand dunes and sea cliffs was the location for the filming of Harry Potter and the battle scene for Robin Hood.
Flying Boat Centre, Pembroke Dock
  • The centre is dedicated to raising the world's only Mark 1 Sunderland which currently lies on the sea bed of Milford Haven Waterway. Volunteers man the centre which exhibits, photos, uniforms, artefacts, displays and interactive items for children to enjoy.
Carew, Castle & Tidal Mill 
  • Take a stroll around the fascinating historic village of Carew with its magnificent medieval castle, ancient Celtic cross, restored tidal mill and family friendly Carew Inn serving good home cooked food and real ales.
Narberth Market Town
  • Shopaholics will love Narberth, well worth the half hour drive. A vibrant old market town full of interesting and unusual shops, antiques, crafts, cafes, bars and restaurants. Ultra Comedia is a deli specialising in Welsh & Spanish produce where you can enjoy coffee, cakes, delicious tapas too.
St Brides Bay Beaches
  • Just a short drive away from Brunels Cottage is St Brides Bay with its lovely sandy beaches and coves.
  • Do visit picturesque Little Haven, the broad flat sands of Broad Haven, Druidston Haven, popular with horse riders a magnificent sight, 2 miles of golden beach perfect for surfing at Newgale all connected by road and the coastal path. Many beaches welcome dogs all year round, some in restricted areas during summer months.
Dale Peninsula
  • Magnificent coastal walking with spectacular views of the Milford Haven Waterway and the Irish sea. Wild flowers and wildlife abound. Watch ships entering and leaving the haven, walk around old St Ann's Head lighthouse, beach comb on West Dale and enjoy refreshments in the Griffin Inn at Dale.
Boat Trips to the Bird Islands
  • Trip boats leave from Martins Haven to visit the off shore bird islands of Skomer and Skolkholm. You will almost certainly see seals and dolphins too. Remember your camera and binoculars.
Family Fun
  • Pembrokeshire has more than its fair share of amazing quality family attractions including Carew Karting, Heatherton Sports Park, Folly Farm, Manor Wildlife Park, Tenby Tudor Merchants House (N.T.), Oakfield theme park, Overhang indoor climbing wall, the Dinosaur Park and many more.
Enjoy year round breaks in this comfortable dog friendly Pembrokeshire holiday cottage overlooking the bustling Haven Waterway

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FROM £429 PER WEEK
AVG COST PER WEEK £514
FROM ONLY £15.32 PPPN
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1 Adult
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* 1 free dog then £25 per dog.
Duration
7 Nights

Duration

7 Nights

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