• South Nolton Farmhouse

  • Nolton
  • Ref: 1265
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South Nolton Farmhouse

  • 6
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  • 1
  • Ref: 1265
Property Highlights:

  • Pembrokeshire farmhouse with WiFi
  • Near Nolton Haven and Druidston Beach
  • Fabulous coastal walking with unrivalled scenery
  • Short Breaks available all year (except Peak weeks)

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Guest Book Comments

I have been on holiday many times to Pembrokeshire and love the area. The farmhouse is very laid out, a good size and equipped well for your self catering needs. It is very quiet with only the odd Tractor coming passed. The local beach, Nolton, is about a 15/20 minute walk. As a guest, you also have the benefit of using the owners private track to Druidstone provided there is no horse riding trips occurring. We asked if there was a BBQ available and the owners delivered one which was very kind and appreciated. The free bottle of wine provided was very well received after a long journey. Although it stated towels were provided, there was only one per person. It was a good size, however I think there should be a minimum of two towels, one for face (Smaller size) and one for the body. Previous reviews about pans are now out dated as we found the pans to be virtually new. The Wi-Fi is very patchy and so is the phone signal so just be aware of that. That is to be expected in the area. The farmhouse could do with some attention and finishing off in areas, but this doesn't really detracted too much overall. It has character which typical of cottages in the area. We would stay here again as it is a great location, quiet and peaceful plus the owners are lovely and helpful.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your detailed review which is useful for future guests, delighted that you enjoyed your stay.

R Green - 9th August 2019

Though the house was perfect in so many ways and the welcoming bottle of wine was excellent, we did have to make do with (what we thought were) 'past their best' cooking pots and pans and had to ask the owner for some dishwasher salt. This did not spoil our overall enjoyment of the stay, the house was otherwise well equipped and we had beautiful weather too.

Rob Waterston - 25th August 2018

see previous comments regarding detailed comments

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your feedback, we are sorry that you felt the property was not up to standards, your comments have been forwarded to the owner.

A trusted customer - 8th July 2017

Great stay as usual. Great riding as usual. See you soon.

Wendy Parkes, Warwickshire - 2014-Nov-2
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Another lovely stay. Hope to return.

The Mourton family - 2015-Apr-1
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

4 of us stayed for the weekend for a hen do... Had a fantastic time zorbing, horse riding and segwaying. Beautiful weather and a great place to stay. The family were so welcoming, would love to come back again.

Megan - 2015-Apr-2
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Had a very enjoyable stay in your historiic farmhouse and a great time riding in the woods and on the sea shore. Thanks for the hospitality.

Colten, Janan, William, Sara & Lionel, Ottawa, Canada & Shropshire - 2014-Sep-2
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Lovely house and welcome bottle of wine! Riding brilliant - Kate 11, and George 8 really enjoyed it. Thanks for a lovely holiday. We will be returning soon.

20150Oct-31 - The Seddon
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

This is our first visit to Pembrokeshire and it has been wonderful. Great location for exploring loads of beaches & rock pools. Quiet place - beautifully decorated with every convenience. Weather variable so if you could fix that for next time we'd be grateful! We have loved walking this bit of the coastline. The swifts have been very friendly too. We will be back next year as it is hard to think what could beat South Nolton Farmhouse.

The O'Callaghans, Oxford - 2014-Jul-1
This review was left in the guest book at the property.
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Property Description

Traditional Pembrokeshire Farmhouse

  • Warm and welcoming this old traditional Pembrokeshire farmhouse has been lovingly renovated and restored and now provides a comfortable stylishly furnished and very well equipped home from home for holidays
  • The sitting/dining room are spacious and comfortably furnished and the horseshoe shaped luxury kitchen has a stunning red granite worktop - views across the fields towards the horizon and
  • An original turning staircase leads up to the 1st floor where there are 3 bedrooms, 1 with a French antique double bed.
  • The entrance driveway leads past ancient farm buildings, no longer in use, into a gated courtyard - ample parking and an enclosed garden with a small front lawn, side and rear lawn with views towards the coast.


3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. 1 Double with Kingsize bed. 1 Double with French antique bed. 1 Twin with Bunk beds. All on 1st floor. 2 steps down to;

Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin.Shower room with shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin on half landing.

Living/Dining Room spacious room,comfortable seating for 6, TV/DVD, dining table and chairs seating 6.

Kitchen 'horseshoe' style kitchen with beamed ceiling, red granite worktop, luxury fitted units, electric cooker, dishwasher, microwave, fridge views across countryside to Druidston.

Utility Room (off sitting room) with Belfast sink, washing machine, tumble dryer.

Grounds entrance drive leads past former farm buildings into front enclosed gated gravelled parking area and small lawn. Views over countryside from rear garden. 5 steps up to side garden. Garden furniture.

Additional Information

Short breaks -Short Breaks available All Year except during Peak & Summer Weeks, when they may be available on a Last Minute basis

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes

Fuel - Central heating and logs inclusive May to September. Outside these dates 25 p/w

Dogs - 1 welcome free

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No

Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area

Nolton Haven Cove

  • Sitting almost in the middle of St Brides Bay and the world famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, this delightful sheltered sandy beach is separated by cliffs on one side from the long stretch of Newgale Sands and on the other from the secluded sheltered sandy beach of Druidston. A small stream flows into the sea here and there is a slipway too, all overlooked by The Mariners Inn.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

  • Fabulous coastal walking with unrivalled scenery, lots of bird life and clifftops scattered with wild flowers during late spring and early summer.

Druidston Beach

  • Ever dreamt of galloping through the surf on a stunning sandy beach - well this is your opportunity for a free Druidston Beach ride for 1 - details in the cottage - can be arranged with nearby Nolton Stables - beginners and experts alike are welcome.
  • Perched on the cliff tops above the beach is Druidstone Inn with its family friendly atmosphere and great food and drink in a truly breathtaking setting.

Newgale Sands

  • Newgale is popular with all the family - fisherfolk, surfers, kite flyers, and beach combers alike. Across the road are 2 beach shops and surf lessons as well as equipment for hire are available, a cafe and the Duke of Edinburgh pub across the road from the beach - ladies may enjoy a visit to The Touch of Class Beauty Room with its wide range of beauty treatments.

Broad Haven

  • Easily accessible and with firm golden sands and rock pools at either end of the beach this is paradise for children. Behind the beach there are a couple of little cafes, a surf shop and pub.

Little Haven

  • This small sandy cove is popular for boating with a slipway, rock pooling and local walks on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Well served by places offering refreshment, there are 3 pubs all serving food as well as a bistro.


  • Within an easy drive of this Pembrokeshire farmhouse is the small harbourside village of Solva - excellent pubs - in particular The Cambrian serves excellent food (booking advisable), gift shops and an art gallery to visit. Fishing trips as well as sailing, windsurfing and kayaking lessons can all be arranged here.
  • A little inland from Solva is Middle Mill with the oldest working woollen mill in Pembrokeshire and where flat weave carpets, rugs and runners, amongst other items are manufactured and there is an excellent tea room and shop too!

St Bride's Bay Water Taxi for Walkers

  • Solva Sailboats operate a water taxi which will take you to your chosen destination from where you can walk back along the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to Solva. Possible destinations include Porth Clais, Porthmynawydd, St Justinians, Nolton Haven and Little Haven (weather dependent). Phone 01437 720972.

St Davids & Whitesands Bay

  • No visit to Pembrokeshire is complete without a visit to characterful St Davids, Britain's tiniest city with interesting shops, galleries, lots of places to eat, a magnificent Cathedral and the atmospheric ruined Bishop's Castle. Glorious Whitesands beach is just a mile away along the coast path or by car.

New Quay & Dolphin Spotting

  • Head north to visit the pretty little seaside town of New Quay, once home to the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. It is believed that many of the town's characters were his inspiration for Under Milk Wood. New Quay has three sandy beaches and an ancient harbour from which dolphin spotting boat trips leave regularly.

Pembrokeshire Bird Islands

  • Take a boat trip from Martins Haven in St Brides Bay (1st April to 30th September weather permitting), on the 'Dale Princess' to Skomer Island where more than 7000 pairs of Puffins (known locally as the Pembrokeshire Parrot) nest in the cliff slopes and on the cliffs. Fulmars, Kittiwakes, Razorbills, and Guillemots abound from early spring to mid September. Boats also leave from St Justinians near St Davids to visit Ramsey Island.
  • In spring and early Summer the wild flowers are stunning - acres of Bluebells and Red Campion on the interior contrast with Sea Pinks, Sea Campion and Scurvy Grass on the cliff slopes.
  • Grey seals are numerous in the seas around Pembrokeshire and in the Autumn they come into the secluded beaches and coves all along the coast to have their pups.


  • Do visit the elegant seaside resort of Tenby. Stroll through the medieval town full of shops, galleries, cafes, bars and restaurants. Visit the Tudor Merchants House (National Trust), take boat trips from the harbour to Caldey Island and enjoy any one of the 5 glorious sandy beaches.

Pembrokeshire Family days out

  • Enjoy a day trip to one of the many attractions Pembrokeshire offers - Oakwood Theme Park, Manor Wildlife Park , Folly Farm, Tenby Dinosaur Park, Scolton Manor, and a visit to Tenby and the small island of Caldey with a magic all of its own.

Castles & Gardens

  • Upton Castle is a truly special place - 35 acres of grounds with many specimen trees and shrubs, a Victorian walled garden, delightfully scented rose garden and a medieval chapel recently featured in a Time Team programme on Channel 4 which gave a fascinating glimpse into the distant past. A newly created woodland walk winds down to the tidal shore of the Cleddau River.
  • Picton Castle and Gardens has a changing programme of events - tours of the 13th century castle, a cafe for a lunch break and idyllic gardens with 2 miles of paths as well as a children's woodland trail.

Spacious welcoming farmhouse for year round holidays in Pembrokeshire.

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