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The Keys

Ref: 1685
Hil Mountain, South Pembrokeshire (View Location on a map)
4 Guests
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
No Dogs
£533 7 Night Breaks From
£19.04 Average Per Person Per Night
Handpicked Highlights

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

  • Pembrokeshire holiday bungalow sleeping 4
  • Off-road parking for two cars on driveway, set on a quiet country road
  • Panoramic views
  • 20-minutes' walk from the Cleddau Estuary
  • The local Cottage Inn pub is two miles away
  • The perfect location to explore the whole county

Features You'll Love

  • WiFi
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Private Parking
  • Rural Location
  • Ground Floor Facilities
  • Family Friendly
  • Cot Available
  • Detached Property

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About The Keys

A luxurious contemporary bungalow with stunning views of the Preseli Mountains and the upper reaches of the Cleddau Estuary. Sleeping 4 it is situated on a quiet road overlooking rolling fields.

  • Located in the small vibrant fishing village of Llangwm it is the perfect base to explore Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the glorious sandy beaches of the county.
  • Llangwm is a buzzing village and boasts some of the county's best loved events including a Literary festival and an exciting annual carnival. With its proud fishing heritage guests will find many water based activities on the door step from fishing to sailing or for the less adventurous a gentle stroll on the foreshore.
  • The property has been completely refurbished with oak floors throughout, an open plan kitchen with island and living room and two bedrooms. The exceptionally well-appointed property really is a home from home.
Layout & Further Information

1 Double Bedroom with Kingsized bed and 1 large Twin Bedroom sleeping up to 4 people.

Large Hallway with refurbished feature church pew

Open plan kitchen / dining space / living room with patio doors opening out to rear garden and view across the county. Flat screen Smart TV with Netflix/Iplayer.

Kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine, integrated oven and microwave. Island unit with breakfast bar.

Bathroom with bath and hand shower

Utility room.

High quality furniture, fittings throughout.

Luxurious bedding and towels.


Additional Information

Short breaks - Yes

WiFi - Yes - High speed broadband

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 2 cars

Fuel - Oil central heating

Pets - No

Travel cot - Yes on request

Highchair - Yes on request

Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area

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Llangwm

  • Small boats can be launched from Llangwm, a small village with a long and colourful history, which nestles on the western bank of the Cleddau Estuary.
  • Once a fishing village, famous for oysters, cockles, herrings and its tough fisher women who sold their wares all over the county, Llangwm is now renowned for its annual Scarecrow Festival held in late June/July and a grand New Year's Day firework display. There is a village shop/pharmacy, post office, The Cottage Inn (good bar food) and the Rugby Club - visitors welcome!

South Pembrokeshire Beaches and Coastal Path

  • South Pembrokeshire's glorious beaches including Broad Haven South, beautiful Barafundle, Freshwater East and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with its fantastic scenery are all within 15 - 20 minutes drive - lots of fun for all the family with water sports galore, rock pooling, swimming, boat trips to the bird islands and wonderful coastal walking along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path - a true holiday paradise.

Little England Beyond Wales

  • South Pembrokeshire is often referred to as 'little England beyond Wales'. The locals speak English, place names are English and yet the area is surrounded by Welsh speakers on all sides even in north Pembrokeshire! During the 12th century Henry I allowed a number of Flemish to settle and they were soon joined by English settlers. The Flemish and English languages were similar at the time. This led to the extinction of Welsh in the area.

Pembrokeshire's Secret Waterway & National Park

  • Do explore this unique local inland detached section of the Pembrokeshire National Park - a peaceful, tranquil area with lovely scenery, bird life aplenty and lots of wonderful woodland and riverside walks and waterside villages.

Pembrokeshire Castles

  • Castles galore within an easy drive include romantic Carew, magnificent Pembroke and beautiful Manorbier as well as picturesque gardens to delight at Upton and Picton Castles.

Dale

  • Dale on the Milford Haven Waterway is a water sports Mecca in a sheltered bay. The sparkling waters and gently shelving beach are perfect for wind surfing, sailing and kayaking.

West Wales Water sports

  • Tuition and rentals are available from West Wales Wind, Surf and Sail in Dale village.

Skomer Island

  • Boat trips to Skomer Island leave regularly from Martins Haven (weather permitting) . Tickets can only be bought on the day of sailing at Lockley Lodge. Be early to be sure of a place. Be prepared to see myriad seabirds including comical puffins and seals.

Marloes

  • Marloes Sands is a must visit, this National Trust beach is fabulous with spectacular geology, great for rock pooling.

Milford Marina and Museum

  • Once a commercial quayside, the busy marina is now lined with cafes, restaurants, smart shops and Phoenix Bowl - a ten pin bowling alley with an indoor play area.
  • Milford Haven Heritage & Maritime Museum is situated in the old whale oil storage building built in 1797 and one of the oldest buildings in the town.
  • The museum illustrates the major industries of the town's past and present - whaling, fishing and petroleum.

Torch Theatre

  • Do visit the award winning Torch Theatre for live performances and cinema screenings throughout the year.

Shearwater Safaris

  • Thrilling boat trips leave from Neyland Marina on the Cleddau River to discover the Secret Waterway, explore the bustling Haven Waterway and visit internationally important bird islands teeming with wildlife, spotting seals, dolphins and birds along the way.

Family Days out and Treats for all

  • Enjoy family fun days out at nearby Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, Manor Wildlife Park, Dinosaur Park Tenby, Carew Karting, Blue Lagoon Water Park or Heatherton Sports Park.

Tenby

  • A bustling Victorian seaside resort with 5 fabulous beaches and its 'Grand Design' newly renovated lifeboat house. Take one of the regular boat trips from the harbour to the tranquil monastic island of Caldey or try your luck at a spot of mackerel fishing.

Beauty Within

  • For a holiday treat ladies are sure to enjoy a visit to local beautician - 'Beauty Within', (07795 431671) - All sorts of delights are on offer - facials, massages, manicures/pedicures, tans, waxing and lots more besides and if there are several ladies then Sophie, the salon owner, will be very happy to come to you!

Boat Trips to Bird Islands

  • Wildlife and bird enthusiasts are sure to delight in exhilarating sea safaris on a fast rib to the bird islands of Skomer, Grassholm, Skokholm - breathtaking sights of sea birds, seals and dolphins from Martin's Haven (10 miles) or for the less adventurous a cruise around Grassholm aboard the larger and more sedate Dale Princess.
Eat & Drink

See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near The Keys.

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Ferry Inn Hazelbeach
( 2.4 miles away )

Lovely waterside pub with conservatory and restaurant overlooking the river.

Viles/Claws Shellfish Ltd
( 2.7 miles away )

Seafood platters and dressed lobster prepared for special occasions. Also home smoked fish.

Ferry House Inn
( 3 miles away )

Light snacks, lunches and dinners are served in the conservatory or the restaurant both with beautiful riverside views. Fresh fish is a speciality. Real ales on tap.

Cwm Deri Vineyard
( 3.8 miles away )

Enjoy a meal and a drink in the restaurant overlooking the vineyard. The children can look at the animals in the pets corner. The shop stocks wines, liqueurs, free range eggs, seasonal vegetables, chutneys, marmalades, preserves, Celtic crafts and gifts.

Paskeston Hall Country House Tearooms
( 4.2 miles away )

One of Wales' finest aged manors, Paskeston Hall retains many original features and stands in 22 acres of beautiful parkland in the Pembrokeshire countryside.

Wisebuys
( 4.3 miles away )

Shop with emphasis on quality local produce including fruit, vegetables, flowers and delicatessen.

The Bristol Trader
( 4.5 miles away )

A pub with great character, fine ales and good food prepared daily using fresh ingredients. Meals are served Monday - Thursday 12 noon to 8.30pm, Friday - Saturday 12 noon to 7pm and Sunday 12 noon to 3pm

The George's
( 4.7 miles away )

Food is cooked on the premises using ingredients from local sources. If you don't fancy cooking The George's provide fresh or frozen meals to be heated at home in the oven. Select from favourites such as fish pie, lasagne, Thai curry and dessert or cake or pud. Complete your meal with a bottle of wine from the cellar.

Taj Mahal
( 4.7 miles away )

Authentic Indian restaurant and takeaway in Haverfordwest, established in 1979, with a warm welcoming atmosphere. Serving a good range of delicious traditional Indian starters, meals and desserts.

The Black Lion
( 4.7 miles away )

The pub lies right at the start of the Brechfa mountain biking trails.

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