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  • Chapel Farm Newgale

  • Newgale
  • Ref: 1564
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Chapel Farm Newgale

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  • Ref: 1564
Property Highlights:

An enchanting traditional stone cottage set above the alluring golden sands and rolling surf of Newgale Beach, Pembrokeshire, with spectacular sea and rural views with woodburner and soul, offering a tranquil escape in a peaceful location.

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Guest Book Comments

Really well presented and peaceful. Great welcome from the owners and their lovely cats! Cottage was cosy and furnishings were a high standard. Definitely one to return to.

Sarah - 13th October 2018

Beautiful cottage. Fantastic location 5 mins walk from beach. Thoughtful welcoming touches. A great holiday!

Graham - 4th August 2018

Excellent

A trusted customer - 7th July 2018
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Property Description

A characterful coastal cottage, sleeping 4, ideal for small families or couples for a perfect romantic retreat, very near the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, a short walk to the beach. Perfect for exploring Pembrokeshire's delights. 

  • Before stepping into the cottage the sound of the sea and the stunning, sweeping vista of the coast, cliffs and meadows beyond will captivate and delight. 
  • With many delightful features including original stone walls, exposed beams, slate floor, original wooden doors with thumb latches, inglenook fireplace with large log burner, the sitting room transports you to another place in time, combining character with comfort.
  • Peep through the sash window to the mesmerising vast blue sea twinkling in the sunshine or crashing on to the shore on wild winter days. 
  • The deceptively spacious well presented open plan cottage style kitchen/dining area is well equipped, perfect for holiday cooking, with rolling countryside and Roch Castle views in the distance. 
  • Nestling under the eaves up the winding staircase on the first floor is an impressive, spacious double bedroom, an attractive, unfettered, peaceful room, steeped in history, stone walls, original wooden floor and exposed beams, with a hushed, pastoral aura, perfect for a restful night's sleep. The perfect retreat. Fall asleep listening out for the magical murmuring sound of the ebbing sea. 
  • The large lawned garden with decked seating area and picnic table, enjoys splendid, breathtakingly beautiful views of the sea, cliffs and rolling rural landscape beyond. The perfect place for al fresco dining, watching the magnificent sunsets on a summer's night. The perfect ending to a perfect day.
  • Stroll down to the hill to the beach, cafes and pub in the village or take a short drive to many other sandy beaches in the area, Nolton Haven, Druidstone, Broad Haven. 
  • The National Trust path skirts the farm, with access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal path accessed from the end of the drive.

About the Area

Newgale Beach

  • Almost 2 miles of golden sand backed by a huge pebble bank formed after a BIG storm in 1859.

  • Kitesurfing and surfing are popular on this beach and tuition is available.

  • Walk right down to the southern end to find a walk-through cave and numerous sheltered bays. Cross the river, at the back of the pebble bank opposite the café at the north end to gain access to several low tide bays.

  • At very low tide it’s possible to walk round to Cwm Mawr beach but keep an eye on the tide times as beware of being cut off by the tide.

  • Dog restrictions apply to the middle third of the beach between the 1 st May and 30 th September.

  • Beach facilities - Toilets, lifeguards are on duty between the beginning of June to the end of September.

  • On shore facilities - there is a surf shop, café and pub at the northern end of the beach. Surfing and kitesurfing tuition and board hire is available from the shop. At the southern end there’s a cafe/beach shop, toilets.

Nolton Haven

  • A coastal hamlet, with a sandy beach, halfway along the coast of St.Brides Bay, the local Mariners Inn serves bar food.
  • East Nolton Riding  Stables , 01437 710360, offers horse riding for novice and experienced riders. Try countryside trails or beach trekking on Druidstone Beach.

Broad Haven

  • The seaside village has everything you need for your holiday: a large, sandy Blue Flag beach, a well-stocked convenience shop, 3 pubs, a restaurant, fish & chip take away as well as a surf shop selling and hiring out water sports gear.

Little Haven

  • A popular holiday village with picturesque setting, sandy beach, café and an excellent choice of pubs – The Swan Inn , The Castle and The St. Brides all offering a good choice of freshly prepared food, including local fish & seafood.
  • Lobster & Mor offers quality crafts & local produce, together with delicious crab/lobster sandwiches.
  • Corner House Café provides ‘simple, yet awesome café fayre’, with freshly baked artisan bread, locally sourced produce & delicious desserts, along with wonderful coffee, La Bastilla P3 beans, slowly roasted, just perfect, & delicious Pembrokeshire ice cream.

Boat Trips

  • Local boat trips with Voyages of Discovery may be boarded from Whitesands or nearby St. Justinians. The booking office is in St Davids.
  • Cruise around rugged Ramsey Island to see dolphins, whales and many seabirds, including puffins & shearwaters. Enjoy island expeditions and fishing trips.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path

  • A 186 mile footpath, twisting and turning along the most breathtaking coastline in Britain. It covers almost every kind of maritime landscape from rugged cliff tops and sheltered coves to long stretches of sandy beaches and winding estuaries.
  • St Brides Bay Water Taxi Great for coastal walkers. Leave your car in Solva .You will be taken by water taxi to your chosen destination, then simply walk back along the coast path. Or walk the outward leg and make an appointment to be picked up & taken back by boat. Possible destinations, Little Haven, Porthclais, Porthmynawydd, St. Justinian, Nolton. Weather dependant - 01437 720972.

Working Woollen Mills

  • Visit Solva Woollen Mill . Visit Tregwynt Woollen Mill near Castlemorris, patronised by Prince Charles. Watch the millers using traditional methods to create old & contemporary designs. Browse the mill shop & enjoy refreshments in the cafe.

Dale & Marloes

  • Unspoilt Dale village is in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It has a safe shingle beach and lots of water-based activities including kayaking, sailing and windsurfing.
  • The award winning traditional Griffin Inn overlooking the beach, serves fresh produce, including fish & seafood dishes.
  • Marloes Sands is a ‘must’. This fabulous National Trust beach has spectacular geology including sandstone and jagged volcanic rocks with folds and faults. The hard sand is great for beach games and rock pooling at low tide.
  • Marloes Mere , above the beach, is a haven for bird watching and attracts a large number of waterfowl in winter. 
St Davids
  • Visit St. Davids, with its magnificent Cathedral , which hosts international musical festivals throughout the year, galleries and Cwtch and St. David’s Kitchen restaurants. Good pubs include The Bishops, The Cross and The Farmers Arms. Visit nearby Porthgain for refreshments in The Sloop or The Shed Bistro. 
Coasteering
  • Walk, scramble, climb, swim & cliff jump your way around the best of Pembrokeshire’s rocky coastline, lots of fun and increasingly popular for those with a sense of adventure, offered by TYF in St Davids (01437 721611).
Castles
  • Pembroke Castle , Carew Castle and Manobier Castle are all magnificent historic fortifications in South Pembrokeshire , hosting many events from pop concerts, proms, living history days, falconry displays, circus days, knight school for children etc.
Holiday Fun
  • Pembrokeshire has a very good selection of quality activities to suit all tastes. 
  • Hangar 5 trampolines in Haverfordwest (01437 700555). 
  • Bluestone Water Park with wave machine & slides. (01834 862410).
  • Bug Farm & Grub Kitchen , a unique attraction popular with children and adults alike. It's a scientific research centre and a working farm, run by TV entomologist, Dr. Sarah Beynon (07966 956357).
  • Heatherton World of Activities & Theme Park , near Tenby offers indoor & outdoor fun including paintball, fishing, archery, golf plus café. 
  • Folly Farm, Adventure Park and Zoo as well as Ritec Valley Quads , in Penally, near Tenby (01834 843390).
Interior
2 Bedrooms, sleeping 4.

1 Twin room on Ground Floor, with window to the front of the cottage, pine chest of drawers, TV, bedside tables, wall lamps, mirror, wardrobe. 

Double Bedroom on the first floor with king size bed, dressing table, built in wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps, views to the rolling meadows beyond, sitting area with 2 comfortable chairs and a small table. 

Family Bathroom  bath, electric shower over the bath, wc, heated towel rail, wash hand basin, sea views through the open window. 

Sitting Room cosy, characterful room, exposed beams, stone walls, inglenook fireplace with log burner, sash window with spectacular sea views, 2 x 2 seater comfortable sofas, TV, wooden corner unit.

Kitchen/Dining Area attractive well-presented cottage style kitchen, very well equipped with a range of fitted units, breakfast bar, gas range, electric oven, Belfast sink, stunning rural views and towards Roch castle in the distance. Dining Area wooden table with attractive settle and seating for 5, decorated in traditional cottage style, window to the rear of the cottage. Utility Area large wooden worktop, sink, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, access via delightful small cottage door to the rear of the cottage, leading to the garden.

Grounds  spectacular sea views, large lawned garden, with wooden decking, garden furniture, picnic table and parasol. Fishing nets, buckets and spades available for children.


Additional Information

Winter Breaks - Yes

Wifi - Yes unlimited

Pets - No due to sheep in the vicinity

Heating Charge - £20 September - April

Towels - yes, including beach towels.

Change Over - Saturday

Parking - Yes, ample parking

Cot - Yes but please bring own linen

Highchair - Yes 
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