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.
We are working with all our property owners to ensure property cleanliness and hygiene standards are consistently met. The owners of Myrtle House have been advised on the latest NHS and government guidelines.
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.
This property also has contactless entry, meaning you do not need to be physically greeted by the owner to receive the keys to enter this property.
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This quirky little property in the heart of the village of Crundale offers a comfortable, cottage-style stay away from the crowds while also being mere miles from the heart of the Pembrokeshire action. Suitable for a family of 5 with a useful downstairs bedroom, Myrtle House will capture your heart with its painted beams, open fire, homely decor, and cosy feel - this is your home away from home in the heart of Pembrokeshire!
Set in a large village on the outskirts of the county town of Haverfordwest, you're getting a peaceful leafy-hamlet stay while being mere minutes away from shops, supermarkets, restaurants, waterfront cafes, a cinema, a swimming pool, and many activities to keep you entertained during your stay at Myrtle House. You're also only a 15-minute drive away from the famous Pembrokeshire coastline - your nearest beach is at Broad Haven, in the middle of St Bride's Bay, with the options of exploring both North and South Pembrokeshire easily from this location.
This family-friendly house immediately feels like home as soon as you step through the door; despite its snug feel, this property has everything you could need for a comfortable stay and easily accommodates all 5 guests in one downstairs double room, one upstairs kingsize room, and one upstairs single room. You can even bring one pet so that you don't leave your furry friend out of all the fun!
This pretty property is packed with gorgeous features such as the painted beams throughout, the stunning quarry tiles in the front entrance, and the wood-burning stove, as well as the owners' own fresh seaside touches reminding you that you're getting both a countryside stay and a holiday near the sea.
The owners have cleverly included everything you could think of into the cute, compact rooms. There are luxuriously modern features such as a Smart TV in the lounge, WIFI throughout, and a coffee machine in the kitchen for that little morning caffeine indulgence, but there are also useful, practical items such as a washer and dryer in the utility room, a large, American-style fridge freezer in the kitchen, and there's even a separate WC downstairs, perfect for use by the downstairs bedroom.
The downstairs living space is open plan, with a kitchen and dining area suitable for family breakfasts while pouring over the map, deciding on which beautiful beach to spend the day on, or for evening meals of freshly caught fish from the nearby ports, or one of the many delicious takeaways available in Haverfordwest.
3 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 5.
1 downstairs double room with double bed, wardrobe and chair, and large window out to the front of the property.
1 upstairs master bedroom with kingsize bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers and storage space, large freestanding mirror and window out to the front of the property.
1 upstairs single bedroom with wardrobe, dressing table and window out to the front of the property.
The small family bathroom is on the first floor comprising of a WC, wash hand basin, shower cubicle and heated towel rail - please note that there is no bath in this property.
There is a small downstairs WC which is accessed via the utility room at the rear of the property, next to the back door and entrance to the garden area. The utility area has a washing machine and tumble dryer, a stainless steel utility sink as well as storage space and coat hooks - a great area for entering the property if you're still sandy from the beach.
This area leads into the open plan kitchen and dining area - to your left you'll find a quirky and contemporary dining area with a large family dining table seating 5 on white dining chairs, as well as a bench seat against the back wall for relaxing.
The shaker style kitchen has elegant cream units with wooden worktops, within which are set the oven with hob unit and wall-mounted cupboards for crockery, and the kitchen continues in a galley style along to the sink with fantastic garden views from the window, along with an American fridge-freezer and coffee machine.
The lounge area leads directly off from the kitchen allowing cohesion for all guests - keep an eye on the dog in the garden while reading a book from the lounge. A beautiful brick surround fireplace houses the standalone wood-burning stove, the heart of the room, while comfortable sofas and an armchair fits everyone in for a cosy night of relaxing or watching a film on the Smart TV.
A door leads out to the hallway where the original quarry tiles line the entrance, giving a hint as to the history and heritage of this gem of a house.
To the right is the downstairs bedroom, and the stairway leads up to the other double and single bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Grounds with rear enclosed split-level, fully-enclosed, private patio area, accessible from the utility area. Here, you have access to the front of the house via a small, locked gate, or out across the lawn to the back private parking area for two cars via a larger latched gate. Three steps lead up to the upper lawned area with outdoor seating and barbecue.
Short breaks - Winter only (exc. peak weeks)
WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Friday
Towels - Yes (beach towels not provided)
Parking - Two private car parking spaces to the rear of the property
Fuel - Oil central heating and log burner (starter pack of logs provided) inclusive
Dogs - 2 welcome free
Travel cot - No
Highchair - No
Bed linen - Included as standard
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.
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Everything you would need in the kitchen except for us a corkscrew / bottle opener. Nice shower and good sized bedrooms an enough storage. Good base to explore for walking. Easy to find the property from the directions given but be careful when turning into the entry leading to the property due to the slope.
Property was very clean and homely. Good base if you like going out exploring.
Quality fixtures and furnishings throughout, very comfortable.
lovely cottage nice touches around the house quiet area and good base to explore would stay again
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Crundale is only a few miles outside the bustling market town of Haverfordwest, the ancient county town of Pembrokeshire. 100 years ago, it was the second-largest port in Wales; now cafes and shops line its waterfront on the River Cleddau, with the view of the majestic ruined medieval castle beyond. Haverfordwest has an array of small local boutique shops and beautiful cafes and bakeries interspersed with some more well-known chain stores; a popular Farmers Market is held here every Thursday.
Haverfordwest is Pembrokeshire's principal retail centre and is the main route between many of the larger towns in Pembrokeshire. From here, you have easy access north towards the beautiful old twin towns of Fishguard and Goodwick, from where you can take a ferry across to Rosslare in Ireland. While stopping in Fishguard, why not pop in for a bite to eat in the Royal Oak, where the Surrender Treaty for the last invasion of Britain was signed in 1797. In the churchyard nearby you'll find the grave of Jemima Nicholas, a local stalwart who led the women of the town to defend the coastline dressed in full Welsh costume, which the French mistakenly took for soldiers' uniforms and, eventually, fled. In Fishguard Town Hall, the story of the Last Invasion of Britain is commemorated via a beautiful tapestry - this activity is both fascinating and free.
From Crundale, you're close to the coast road leading out onto the famous St Davids peninsula, where you'll access beautiful blue flag beaches such as the smooth sands of Broad Haven North and the pebbly surfers' paradise of Newgale. This is the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and it runs 186 miles along the edge of colossal cliffs, shipwrecks, smuggler's coves, tiny fishing villages, and the best beach day spots in all of Wales.
Half an hour's drive from Myrtle House takes you to a destination that has been drawing in pilgrims for hundreds of years - the tiniest city in the UK, St Davids. This small village was granted city status in 1995 due to the impressive and unforgettable cathedral nestled into the valley below its cobbled streets. Once home to the monastic community created by Wales's patron saint, David, the cathedral that stands on this sacred spot now was created almost 6 centuries after his death. David was born to Non, whose chapel and well can be found a short distance away - follow the signs for The Warpool Court Hotel and you'll find yourself on the breathtaking windswept headland where David was reputedly born during a thunderstorm.
Whitesands beach is a must-visit during your stay in Pembrokeshire. It's the most famous beach in the area, popular with tourists and locals alike due to its large car park, on-site cafe, a large stretch of golden sand, and shallow waters for swimming. It's nestled under the glorious Carn Llidy, a gorse-laden cairn protecting the beach and the dark age church buried in the dunes near the northern coast path entrance.
If you're tired of all the fantastic beaches on your doorstep and you're ready for some inland countryside adventures, then make your way to Scolton Manor, 3 miles north of Myrtle House. This gorgeous former 17th-century manor house is now a museum to the Owen family who built it, and you can take a walk around the walled gardens or have a picnic on the 60 acres of open managed land that surrounds the house - dogs are welcome on the grounds.
If you're looking for an eagle-eye view of this fantastic area, the only coastal National Park in the UK, then head north towards the Preseli Hills. Home to the bluestone that was mysteriously moved to create Stonehenge, this mountain range has been populated for thousands of years, and there's a little magic and incredible views from each peak. For the most dramatic views, take a short hike to Foel Eryr, the second-highest peak, which affords 360-degree views across the county and, on a clear day, you can see north towards Snowdonia and even the 50+ miles across the sea to the far-off Wicklow mountains in Ireland.
Travelling south from Crundale, Pembroke is worth the 30-minute drive, if only to view the fantastic stone castle that dominates this historic town. Sat above the surrounding millpond, the well-kept remnants and ramparts of Pembroke castle is open for tours and is often the setting for Rock The Castle live music events - what would King Henry VII, born in these walls, have thought of that? The town is ancient and charming, known for its coffee shops, riverside pubs, and delightful antique centres. It's flanked on all sides by woodland and arable fields, and as a result, holds one of the best farmers markets in the county every fortnight.
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