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  • The Glen

  • Newgale
  • Ref: 1578
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The Glen

  • 6
  • 4
  • 2
  • 0
  • Ref: 1578
Property Highlights:

Sitting in a sensational location, just a short stroll from the magnificent golden sands, rolling surf and the never-ending sea of Newgale beach and beyond to the islands of Skomer And Skokholm, The Glen is truly a treasure of a family holiday home.

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Choose The Glen for the perfect coastal escape, just yards from the beach, a good seaside pub, recommended cafe and surf school, in an area with so many fun activities at your fingertips, kayaking, surfing, horseriding on the beach, coasteering, walking, local attractions and boat trips to see dolphins, porpoises and puffins etc. as well as a host of stunning, sandy beaches and picturesque, seaside villages. 

  • With spacious accommodation overlooking the neverending sea from almost every room, sitting just a stone's throw from the beach, The Glen is perfect for a memorable family holiday.
  • The well-appointed bungalow offers practical space for families/groups to share, combining comfort with coastal living.
  • Imagine watching the splendid sunsets across the sea from the comfort of the lounge, through the large patio doors, a double aspect room, which also looks out over rolling moorland towards Roch Castle. 
  • Families will love the large open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room area where the sea dominates through the large patio windows. A great corner of the house to plan the next day's excursions, spending long overdue quality time together.
  • Cooking in the sleek, modern kitchen is a real treat, with the mesmerising coastal vista before you. 
  • The well-appointed master double room enjoys panoramic sea views, perfect to relax in after a day in the fresh Pembrokeshire air.
  • Fall asleep in the other well presented and spotlessly clean bedrooms, listening out for the sound of the sea. 
  • Enjoy holiday breakfasts on the sunny patio or al fresco dining later in the day under the starry skies and bright moonlight, dancing on the sea. A wonderful end to a wonderful day on the Pembrokeshire coast.
  • A short drive is the quaint harbour village of Solva which has a choice of pubs, restaurants and cafes and on to picturesque St. Davids, with its bustling streets, fine eateries and magnificent cathedral.
  • Whatever the season, The Glen offers a truly splendid stay in Pembrokeshire. This coastal location has an abundance of activities and delights for all ages, or you may choose to simply relax on the sunny patio or pack up picnics for glorious beach days, There's plenty to choose from within a short drive away.
About the Area

Newgale Sands & St Brides Bay

Newgale Beach
  • A fabulous stretch of golden sands famous for its surfing, wind kiting and fossil hunting - across the road is the Duke of Edinburgh pub and 2 beach cafes, one either end of the beach.
  • The campsite on the seafront serves al fresco hearty breakfasts, baps, pizzas etc in the summer months.
  • A region famed for water sports, seafood and the incomparable and unique Pembrokeshire National Coastal Park.
Newsurf Newgale
  • Join in the fun on Newgale beach. Newsurf qualified instructors give daily surfing lessons for beginners and improvers. Kite lessons are also available. Facilities include surf shop, equipment hire, changing rooms and hot showers. After all of the excitement, why not relax with a coffee and a snack in the Sands Cafe just across the road or a cold beer in the family-friendly local pub, The Duke of Edinburgh.
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.
Hilton Court Gardens and Craft workshops
  • 12 acres of outstandingly beautiful lakes and gardens with woodland walks and a boules court just outside Newgale. Also visit the garden centre and shop, the pottery, the gallery and enjoy a bite either at the restaurant or in the tea shop which serves a wonderful afternoon tea,
Haverfordwest St Davids City & Priskilly Golf Clubs / Haverfordwest Swimming Pool
  • These three local Golf Course offers a real challenge to golfers of all abilities, all located in or near the National Park and enjoy magnificent views.
  • Visit Haverfordwest the County Town. There is a variety of shops, a choice of places to eat and drink, a cinema and a new leisure centre with excellent swimming pools and a sauna.
Nolton Haven
  • This small sandy cove just a 10-minute drive from Newgale on the west coast of Pembrokeshire in St Bride's Bay, is popular with families for boating (with a small slipway), swimming, surfing, horse riding from Nolton Riding Centre, which offers beach treks for all abilities and ages.
  • Join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path here - a real treat for serious walkers and amblers alike - enjoy a drink at the pub overlooking the beach
Druidstone Haven
  • This is a mostly uncrowded large sandy beach, accessed by a footpath, with interesting cliffs, caves and rock platforms.
  • The wonderful shabby chic Druidstone Hotel sitting high on the cliff with panoramic coastal views serves tasty meals in the garden, bar and restaurant. Keep an eye out for live music events there too. 
Broad Haven
  • This is an easily accessible family-friendly sandy beach with its broad expanse of golden sands and is great for all kinds of sun, sea and sand activities - kayaks and wetsuits can be hired and there is a beach café, fish & chip shop, small, well-stocked supermarket, with bakery and  Post Office, 2 beachfront pubs for refreshments
.Little Haven
  • A popular holiday village with a 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.
Island Boat Trips 
  • Enjoy a boat trip on the Dale Princess to the 'bird islands' departing from Martins Haven on the Dale Peninsula. A thrilling sea cruise 'dolphin spotting' may also surprise with a porpoise or two - seen recently in the local waters, also visit Skomer Island to meet the puffins from May to September.
  • Also Cruise around rugged Ramsey Island to see dolphins, whales and many seabirds, including puffins & shearwaters. 
  • Local boat trips with Voyages of Discovery may be boarded from Whitesands or nearby St. Justinian's. The booking office is in St Davids.
Solva 
  • The picturesque fishing village and fjord-like harbour, a selection of places to eat and drink, a few interesting shops, galleries and a pottery are well worth a visit. Do take a stroll out to the headland to appreciate the magnificent coastal scenery.
St Davids Village City & Cathedral
  • The smallest city in Britain with a magnificent medieval Cathedral at its heart, a number of interesting and individual shops to browse, a choice of places to eat and drink and memorable boat trips to book makes this a special place to visit.
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 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

4 Bedrooms, Sleeping 6 with 1 family bathroom 

Master Double  double bed, panoramic sea views, bedside tables, lamps, hanging rail.
Double Room  built-in wardrobes, bedside tables, lamps. 
Single Room wardrobe, bedside table, lamp, chest of drawers. 
Single Room wardrobe, bedside table, lamp.
Lounge accessed via French doors from hallway, spaciousdouble aspect room with sweeping, magnificent views across the bay, 2 comfortable sofas, elegant chair, TV, DVD player, coffee table, bookcase, lamps, electric log burner effect fire. Access to patio area.
Open Plan large Kitchen/Diner/Sitting Room with panoramic sea views.
Well equipped, modern Kitchen large breakfast bar, dishwasher, electric oven, hob, microwave, toaster. Laundry cupboard housing a washing machine.
Dining Area/Sitting Room table and chairs to seat 6, leather sofa, bean bags, TV, occasional tables and lamps, fabulous sea views.
Store Cupboard in hallway high chair, toy box, hook. 
Patio Area picnic table and benches, breathtaking views of the sea and surrounding area.

N.B. please take great care on front lawned area as there is a steep drop below. Children to be supervised at all times.

Additional Information

Winter Short Breaks 
  no, sorry
WiFi  yes
Changeover Day 
Saturday
Fuel 
inclusive from May - September, £30 per week October - April.
Pets  sorry no pets
Towels 
 yes
Parking 
 for 2 cars
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AVG COST PER WEEK £831
Number of Adults
1 Adult

Adults (18 years +)

1 Adult
Number of Children
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Children (under 18 years)

0 Children
Duration
7 Nights

Duration

7 Nights

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