Pet friendly, stylish, private courtyard cottage in the heart of Pembroke Town, a perfect base for exploring Pembrokeshire coast
Very spacious and clean accommodation. Nicely decorated, and comfortable. Found the floor of the shower very slippery, would have appreciated a grab rail (perhaps I'm getting more cautious as I'm getting older). Missed not having a stand alone radio, but otherwise it was very well equipped. Great position for the town, and good to have dedicated car parking space.
This is the second time we have stopped here, and once again, everything was perfect. A credit to the owners Everything was provided and the location and parking in Pembroke was ideal to visit the wonderful area. We will be stopping again
Beautiful cottage, clean, comfortable and well equipped
A delightful private courtyard cottage ideal for couples or families, centrally located for exploring Pembrokeshire
2 Bedrooms sleeping 4. Master bedroom with Double bed and spacious storage. 1 Twin with plenty of storage. All on the 1st floor.
Bathroom with shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin on 1st floor.
Sitting Room with 2 x 2 seater sofa, side table, TV with Free view and DVD.
Kitchen modern and fully fitted with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, table and chairs to seat 4.
Grounds private sunny patio with table and chairs to seat 4.
Short breaks - Flexible Short Breaks All Year, With Any Day Arrival
WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Flexible Arrival
Towels - Yes
Parking - Yes for 1 car
Fuel - Electric radiators inclusive May to September. Outside these dates£25 p/w
Dogs - 1 welcome free
Travel cot - Yes on request
Highchair - Yes on request
Bed linen - Included as standard
A 5-minute stroll from the cottage takes you into the centre of Pembroke's historic town with its magnificent Norman Castle and great selection of cafes, pubs and shops.
There are scenic walks nearby including one around the picturesque millpond with its resident swans, herons and ducks.
Explore the Shops and antique centres on the High Street, and then stop for food at one of the many cafes. 'The Cornstore' overlooking the waterway with its unique range of furniture/fancy goods has an extremely good coffee shop.
Enjoy a locally soured breakfast or lunch at Food at Williams, or further along Lunch at No.40 is also popular. In the evening The Kings Arms serves up tasty Tapas dishes - perfect for sharing.
Famous as the birthplace of Henry VII and set high on a ridge, Pembroke Castle is one of Pembrokeshire's finest castles.
It makes for an interesting half day visit with visitors rewarded with a fascinating insight into the medieval life style as well as a look around the impressive 5 storey Keep, maze of tunnels and interesting indoor displays.
The caf© has a good selection of food and drink to refresh you.
Bosherston and Bosherston Lily Ponds (NT)
Take a walk around Bosherston's beautiful lily ponds, a breathtaking sight when the lilies are in full bloom during June and July. This is a wild life haven all year round and you may even be lucky enough to spot an Otter.
No visit to Bosherston village is complete without tea at The Olde Worlde Caf©'. Owned and run by Aunty Vi - a true local legend, with a caf© menu unchanged for over 70 years!
There is also a a pub, St Govans's Inn (good bar food) and 2 miles to the south, nestled between the steep cliffs of the south Pembrokeshire coastline is St Govan's Chapel which is free to visit, although the only access is down steep steps carved into the side of the cliff. Count the number of steps down - tradition has it that it will be a different count on the return climb!
South Pembrokeshire Beach Days
Barafundle is the ' jewel in the crown' of Pembrokeshire's beaches - golden sands lapped by clear, blue sea and ringed by dunes.
Broad Haven South is a superb, sheltered beach overlooked by cliffs - its popular for swimming and surfing.
Magnificent Freshwater West beach was the chosen location for filming the Shell House scene from the Harry Potter story Deathly Hallows and the battle scene for Robin Hood.
Freshwater East beach shouldn't be missed either. Its sandy beach is backed by dunes and is popular for surfing, wind surfing, sailing, fishing and swimming.
Tenby & Caldey Island
The jewel in South Pembrokeshire's coastline with its 3 blue flag beaches, interesting gift, craft and bric a brac shops, restaurants, pubs and Tudor Merchants House (NT) - a fascinating glimpse into times gone by.
Book a boat trip from its picturesque harbour to the famous monastic island of Caldy - a truly lovely relaxing day out for all the family.
Stroll around the picturesque, historic village of Carew nestled beside the river with its magnificent castle, celtic cross, restored tidal mill and the Carew Inn a family friendly pub serving good food and real ales.
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