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  • Hill Cottage

  • Haverfordwest
  • Ref: 1394
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Hill Cottage

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  • Ref: 1394
Property Highlights:

Stunning Visit Wales 5* family friendly Victorian farmhouse with an enclosed garden, outside bar, lounge and a hot tub. Perfectly placed to explore the whole of Pembrokeshire. Numerous award winning sandy beaches and fabulous countryside are just a short drive away. Pet-friendly. Flexible Short Breaks available throughout the year.

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Guest Book Comments

What a fantastic house ! You've done such a great job of the refurbishment and so much attention to detail, we have never seen a house with a bar before ! Lots of things to do for families in the area and lovely beaches, we've had a great week – thanks.

The Milton Family - 13 August 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We have loved our week at Hill Cottage and were thrilled that it was as gorgeous in real life as the pictures on the website. The house is beautifully decorated and had everything we could have wished for (and more) ! We would be quite happy to live here. It was brilliant to have a huge Tesco's at the bottom of the road and a big playing field at the top of the road where Betty (the dog) made lots of new friends. We had great weather and we loved Newgale beach, best for dog walking and body boarding. Fab location, Fab house, Fab holiday !! We feel so lucky to have found Hill Cottage on the internet and have sent photos to loads of our friends and recommendations, fingers crossed we can come back again as we've had a fab time.

The White Family, Nottinghamshire - 20th August 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Absolutely gorgeous house – it has been done up and decorated so well – perfect ! We want to live here !! The beds are so comfy, the best night's sleep ! Couldn't ask for more, you have everything you could possibly need. Thank you for such an amazing visit. You have gone above and beyond with adding certain things to the house, which have made our visit so much better, e.g. speaker and board games – kids had fun with the Simpsons jigsaw puzzle – entertained for ages!

The Wilcox family, Cheshire - 6 August 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Our second time at Hill Cottage and it's been just as fabulous as the first. Everything was even better than I remembered …. Once again, we've loved Newgale beach – dog friendly and enjoyed the chips and ice-cream from the little shop. We also loved walking round the Stackpole Estate and down the paths to Barafundle Bay. We also walked along the coastal path at St David's – seal spotting was great ! We've loved it here – a real luxury home from home. Thank you for the welcome wine and chocolates ! Hope to see you again soon.

The White Family and Betty Boo (the cavapoo!) - 12 August 2107
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Hill Cottage is such a lovely house, and so beautifully converted/restored and decorated all down to the very last detail. We've really enjoyed the location, allowing us quick access to St David's in one direction and Bosherston Lily Ponds and Broad Haven South in the other – Lily Ponds are always worth a visit. Marloes Sands is also spectacular. We'd also highly recommend the boat trips around Ramsey Island – very exhilarating ! We have had a great holiday, one of the best stays in Pembrokeshire to date ...

Sylvia Ladd & family - 27 August 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Fantastic cottage, beautifully decorated and restored. We loved staying here and had a fantastic time. It's near all of the wonderful places we like to visit such as Dale for crabbing, Broad Haven and Little Haven for the Swan and great waves. Also close to the Druidston for some fantastic food. See you again soon ……

Mr & Mrs Spencer - South Wales - 19 August 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Great house, great seating area in the garden. We ate outside every night and enjoyed making use of the bar, we even had our own cocktail evening ! A lovely relaxed atmosphere. We went on some lovely walks and went to some beautiful beaches close to Hill Cottage. A real home from home. A really beautiful house, made for a perfect holiday.

Alan Garrett, family and friends West Midlands. - 15 July 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

A lovely cottage, we couldn't have asked for more, everything we needed and more. We have had a lovely time exploring the area. The people we have met have all been wonderfully welcoming and friendly. So all in all a great cottage, wonderful welcoming hosts leading to a lovely holiday. You have given us very high standards to judge future holidays by, we will be back!

The Boyles Family - Derbyshire - 9 June 2018
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

What can we say? What a beautiful cottage, the best we have ever stayed in and what a bonus to come back to the hot tub after a super day out. We have loved every minute here at Hill Cottage and there is everything you need, it's a great location to be able to explore Pembrokeshire, it's just so central to all the places we wanted to visit. Highly recommend a visit to Bosherston Lily Ponds (National Trust), such a lovely walk that takes you to the secluded Broad Haven South Beach.

A wonderful cottage, a fantastic welcome, a brilliant holiday, looking forward to returning again.

It has been lovely to stay here and celebrate our Wedding Anniversary, we wish we could stay longer. Thank you for your lovely Holiday Cottage!

A lovely cottage presented in immaculate condition. The owner left some really nice touches for us and we had a great stay. I would highly recommend this properties to others.

J Thomas - 12th December 2018

First Class Cottage, well appointed and very comfortable and very spacious, larger than it looks in the photographs, large enclosed off road parking, good location to visit South Wales,/Pembrokeshire. Really made our holiday, hope to book this cottage again in the future.

Peter Lake - 30th September 2018

Fantastic cottage. Really well renovated to a high quality. The cottage is very family friendly within a short drive of many fantastic dog and child friendly beaches. Highly recommended. Extremely clean and well maintained.

Jon Barnes - 11th August 2018

Excellent

Lynn Mcleod - 4th August 2018

Beautifully renovated cottage, to the highest of standards. Well located for visiting North, South, West and East Pembroke. Just a short walk up the road to large fields. Perfect if you have a dog. The owner was very accommodating . We could not fault our stay. It was perfect . Will definitely return if they let us .

Gary Lewis - 1st August 2018

Outstanding. Could not really fault the property. So many extras that you felt you were staying in a home rather than a holiday rental. Many thoughtful touches by the owners. Home is presented immaculately.

A trusted customer - 14th April 2018
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Property Description

Perfectly placed characterful Victorian farmhouse with enclosed garden, outside lounge, bar and hot tub makes a wonderful base for exploring the beautiful villages, waterways and beaches of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Ideal for families, friends and your dog.

  • Hill Cottage is a handsome former Victorian farmhouse, located in a residential area on the fringes of Haverfordwest, within a very short walk of pretty leafy lane, leading to the Racecourse, The Upper Racecourse now accommodates two cricket pitches, three football pitches, one and a quarter miles of all-weather walkways, many acres of woodland and many more acres of grassland on which people enjoy exercise at their free will and pleasure.
  • The historic town of  Haverfordwest, with its Norman castle overlooking the town, once visited by Oliver Cromwell, offers many amenities including cafes, leisure centre, shops, riverside walk, cinema & pubs. Hill Cottage is within walking distance of The Belle View, a highly recommended eaterie and The Glen, family friendly pub offering traditional beers, all sports, pool table and restaurant, 10-15 mins walk away.
  • Every aspect of this impressive property has been finished to the highest quality, from the impressive shuttered sash windows to the luxurious furniture and fittings, you will not fail to be impressed with this beautiful home. 
  • Enter through the 5 bar gate into a walled garden with mature trees and shrub borders. There is parking for at least 3 cars and a large lawn, provides a safe place for young ones and pets to play - the old boat planter is a wonderful feature.
  • Open the original panelled entrance door into the elegant sitting room with deep buttoned leather furniture log burning stove heritage colour scheme - all perfectly in keeping with the period style, yet light and informal, it's simply a delight!
  • This sets the scene for all the rooms in the house, from the wonderful snug with log burning stove, to the luxury kitchen and dining room overlooking the outside terrace.
  • Each of the bedrooms have been furnished with comfort in mind, from the crisp bed linen and soft throws to the calming blue and grey colour scheme, you will find it difficult to resist the temptation to stay in bed, longer than you intended.
  • When you think the interior of the house cannot be topped, Hill Cottage has a surprise in the terrace garden area that sets it apart from other properties you may have seen. End your day in style, sipping a cocktail or two from your very own outdoor bar and barbecue lounge area. Reflect on your wonderful day and this perfect stay.
  • The gem of the location means you are perfectly placed to explore the best that Pembrokeshire has to offer - Bluestone (9 miles), Oakwood (10 miles), Newgale Surfing Beach (8 miles), St.Davids Cathedral (11 miles), Stackpole Quay/Barafundel Bay (16 miles) and Folly Farm (16 miles).
About the Area
County Town of Haverfordwest
  • The county and market town of Haverfordwest has a range of amenities including banks, post office, department stores, supermarkets, chemist, doctors, vet and petrol stations.
  • Overlooking the town centre and riverside are the ruins of the medieval castle, with it's keep and walls, still standing proud.
  • The leisure centre has outstanding facilities including two pools that offer fun for the whole family, one with child friendly features and the other a large pool perfect for serious swimmers. A sauna and steam room will help you relax and unwind. Perfect whatever the weather.
  • Farmer's Market is held every other Saturday beside the river. Excellent local produce.
  • Haverfordwest Golf Club (1m from the town) is a challenging 18hole course surrounded by breath taking rolling countryside.
  • The Skate Park by the riverside has a variety of challenging snake runs and half pipes for skateboarders and scooters. This is a popular attraction for skaters of all abilities and it's absolutely free!
  • Visit the Andrew Bailey Gallery, an international award winning artist. He specialises in the light of the Pembrokeshire coast line.

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Broad Haven, Little Haven and the villages of Dale, Marloes and Nolton, are within a short drive of Hill Cottage.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

  • Walk the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with its spectacular views of the magnificent coastline. This is the far south and west of Pembrokeshire with wonderful walking and secluded beaches to explore - we recommend the walk the Coastal Path to St Ann's Head with its Lighthouse and Coastguard Station.

Broad Haven 

  • Broad Haven North is a Blue Flag beach, popular for both water sport enthusiasts and families. Haven Water Sports offer hire facilities for wet suits, surfboards, body-boards and kayaks.
Little Haven
  • The picturesque little village of Little Haven has 3 excellent pubs serving food and drink as well as The Nest Bistro and Post Office tea rooms. The Old Boat house gallery has a selection of local arts and crafts and Little Haven Pottery 100 yards from the glorious sandy beach produces functional stoneware pottery, oven & microwave proof as well as plant pots, lamps and more.
Dale
  • Reputedly the sunniest place in Wales, Dale is one of the most popular sailing centres in Pembrokeshire. The West Wales Wind Surf & Sailing School has a wide variety of equipment for hire and tuition that include canoeing, windsurfing, diving and dinghy sailing.
Sea safaris
  • Sea safaris run twice daily to the Viking Islands of Skomer and Skokholm and around Grassholm.
The Griffin Inn, Dale
  • The Griffin Inn is a traditional waterside pub where most people like to take their food and drinks outside to the harbour wall or roof top terrace to make the most of the coastal atmosphere.

Marloes Sands

  • Stunning Marloes Sands (NT) is a wonderful isolated beach with over a mile of golden sands. Close by is Watwick Bay, a favourite with the locals.
The Deer Park
  • Set on the tip of the Marloes Peninsula, the park is grazed by Welsh Mountain Ponies and there are magnificent views over to Skomer and fantastic sunsets to enjoy.
Marloes Village Cafe
  • Drop in to the cosy village Cafe/Shop/Post Office in Marloes. Delicious dishes are made using local produce. Families are welcome.

Nolton Haven

  • Nolton Haven is a tiny coastal village with a 200 year old stone chapel clinging to the clifftop, a village pub serving bar food and East Nolton Riding Stables who will take you on a thrilling gallop across the beach or trekking through the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside.
Brunel Cycle Trail
  • Starting (or ending) at Neyland Marina, Brunel's Trail is part of the Celtic Trail from Chepstow to Fishguard via Swansea. Traffic-free and well signed, with some gentle climbs, this is a popular shared-use path which links Neyland, once the western terminus of Brunel's Great Western Railway, with Johnston and Haverfordwest.
  • The Trail follows the picturesque Cleddau Estuary through Westfield Pill Nature Reserve, along the now disused Great Western Railway line to Johnston and then north to Haverfordwest along a path which runs parallel to the railway.

Milford Haven Marina Shops & Bars

  • Stroll around the fashionable marina shops, cafes and bars and stock up at the Quayside Deli while enjoying the nautical atmosphere of Milford haven Marina.
Torch Theatre
  • Visit the Torch Theatre for the latest cinema releases, national theatrical productions, art gallery and café.

Narbeth

  • Enjoy an afternoon perusing the individual shops featuring local crafts, produce and antiques. Relax and enjoy a coffee or a delicious meal in Ultra Comedia Deli/Restaurant specialising in Welsh, Spanish and French produce.

Llys y Fran Reservoir and Country Park for Mountain Bikes and Fishing

  • Llys y Fran Country Park has more than 300 acres of park and wooded valleys surrounding the 2 mile reservoir - the largest game fishery in South West Wales with mixed rainbow and wild brown trout.
  • There are picnic sites, a 7.5 mile circular trail for walkers and cyclists around the lake with lots of wild and bird life - badgers, foxes, otters, sparrowhawk, buzzard and woodpeckers as well as little gulls and black tern on the lake.
  • Mountain bikes and fishing boats can be hired and you can also use your own sailing boat, canoes or sail boards by arrangement with the Visitor Centre where there is a gift shop and restaurant open every day from mid March to the end of October.

Wood Park Off Road

  • Experience the thrill of driving a 4x4 or a JCB in the heart of the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside in wide ranging conditions and terrain.
Bluestone Water Park
  • Blue Lagoon Water Park - A state of the art facility with wave machine, lazy river, indoor and outdoor water shoots and much more. A perfect day out for the whole family to enjoy, even in the rain!
Scolton Manor
  • Scolton Manor, has a museum, nature trails, garden centre, visitor centre and a great tea room.
Animal Lovers
  • Animal lovers of all ages will appreciate a visit to Folly Farm and Manor Wildlife Park where they can expect to see a diverse array of exotic animals including lions, tigers, rhino, giraffe, gibbons, lemurs, zebras, penguins ostriches and more.

In Victorian times this was a working farmhouse, now Hill Cottage has been skillfully refurbished to create a comfortable and welcoming home and a wonderful base from which to explore Pembrokeshire.

Interior
4 Bedrooms sleeping 7 (with 1 extra bed for child only). 1 Master bedroom with en suite shower room, 1 Double1 Twin and 1 Single room with a truckle bed for 1-2, all on 1st floor. 

Family bathroom with roll-top bath and separate shower, also on 1st floor.

Ground Floor
Lounge
Elegant sitting room, shuttered sash windows, 4 seat sofa, wing back & chesterfield chair, coffee table, log burning fire, digital radio.   

Snug Cosy room, shuttered sash windows, 3 seater sofa, armchair, smart TV, X-Box, playstation and games, selection of DVD's, board games and jigsaws, log burner. 
                   
Oak Stair From lounge with adjacent bookcase to spacious 1st Floor landing.
              
Kitchen/Diner Luxury fitted kitchen, fully equipped with gas hob range cooker, fridge, microwave, dishwasher, NutriBullet, farmhouse dining table seating 8, dresser.  
                                                                                                    
Utility Room Smeg fridge-freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer.

Shower Room
Shower, toilet, wash hand basin.

Grounds 5 bar front entrance gate, large pea-shingle parking area, raised border and steps down to large enclosed lawn area, mature shrub borders and trees, child's football nets and ball. Storage shed and log store to the side of property. Path to rear courtyard garden with raised borders and all-year lawn.

Outside Bar Bar counter, patio, hot tub (£65 per week) and external seating, Bluetooth speaker, bar fridge, barbecue, lighting.

Additional Information

Security Deposit- Refundable deposit of £100 required per booking 

HOT TUB - £65 per week

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Heating inclusive, plus 2 log burning stoves May - September. £30 p/w outside these dates.

Dogs - 1 small dog welcome free

Travel cot - Yes on request

Highchair - Yes on request

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