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Mill Cottage Westgate Pembroke Town

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 0 Dogs
  • Reference 1541
Why we recommend Mill Cottage Westgate...

A private courtyard cottage offering a relaxing ambience. This stylish and chic cottage is nestled conveniently in a quiet corner of the town, near Pembroke Castle, perfect for exploring the delights of South Pembrokeshire's golden sands and pretty towns.

About Mill Cottage Westgate
A private courtyard cottage providing the perfect escape for couples, just a short walk from Pembroke Castle and the amenities of the town. A short drive to many of Pembrokeshire's beautiful beaches.
  • Mill Cottage Westgate is the perfect holiday base, for a relaxing holiday throughout the year.
  • Nestled in a peaceful corner of the town, this stylish, tastefully decorated cosy cottage is sure to delight.
  • The luxurious bedroom offers a peaceful haven for a restful night's sleep, after a day's exploring, with high quality and sumptuous linen and furnishings. The elegant shower room is adjacent with large shower. 
  • Downstairs the chic open plan kitchen/ sitting room is well equipped and very comfortable, with a mellow, relaxing ambience.
  • The outside sunny sitting area is an ideal spot to enjoy relaxing precious time together. There is also a shared decking area with table to enjoy al fresco dining or a sunny breakfast. 
  • Mill Cottage Westgate is sure to be popular with couples looking for style, convenience and a very competitive weekly price.  
  • In the same courtyard are Cromwell Cottage and Tudor Cottage, ideal for groups of friends or families wishing to stay nearby.
About The Area

Medieval Pembroke Town

  • Pembroke is a unique medieval walled town and the gateway to Pembrokeshire’s superb south coast.There are banks, a post office, library with internet access, a supermarket, filling station, chemist, doctor, vet, several extensive antique emporiums and fortnightly Farmers Market, on a Saturday.
  • Enjoy scenic walks nearby including Holly land Woodland Walk or a stroll around the picturesque millpond with its resident swans, herons and ducks.

Pembroke Castle

  • Birthplace of Henry VII, is a magnificent stronghold on the banks of the river estuary and is one of Pembrokeshire’s finest castles.Visitors are rewarded with a fascinating insight into the medieval lifestyle, as well as a look around the impressive 5 storey Keep & maze of tunnels. The Castle Café has a good selection of freshly prepared food and drink to enjoy in the grounds. It is also the venue for many exciting events throughout the year such as historical re-enactment days, falconry displays and music festivals.
  • (pembroke-castle.co.uk/events)
 The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
  • 186-mile path covering several areas of Heritage Coast and now part of the All Wales Coastal Path. It is world famous for its stunning cliff top scenery and the freshest sea air. In spring the path is strewn with an abundance of wildflowers and throughout the year both the scenery and wildlife are something to behold 

Lamphey Court Spa

  • Spoil yourself with a visit to this luxury Spa.  Just 3 miles away, Lamphey Court offers a choice of revitalising treatments as well as a tennis court, swimming pool, gym and sauna.

 South Pembrokeshire Beaches

  • From Pembroke, it is a short drive to the beaches in the south of the county - sheltered hidden coves, superb Blue Flag sandy beaches and small harbours all linked by the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Angle Bay, Freshwater West, Broad Haven South, Barafundle, Freshwater East, Swanlake, Manorbier and Tenby are to name a few.

 Angle

  • The Old Point House Inn has been sitting beside the water at East Angle Bay for over 500 years. Remote but well worth tracking down.The pub has been the lifeboat men's local since 1868 - enjoy refreshments and good food with stunning views over the Angle Bay.

Chapel Bay Fort & Museum

  • A military fortress, museum and cafe located within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park at Angle, Pembrokeshire. Very informative Tours of the Forts History. Restoration and larger military artefacts and more to see in the Museum.

Wavecrest Cafe

  •  A ‘gem’ in Angle Bay' - a truly unique beachside location with fantastic views of the bay and coastal path. Excellent choice of freshly prepared food with daily blackboard specials, homemade cakes, local beers & cider, freshly ground coffees and the crab sandwiches are a delight! The cafe offers a beach take away and for Sunday lunch it is advisable to book a table in advance.

St Govan's Chapel

  •  A fascinating place to visit. A tiny hermits cell tucked into the cliffs and one of the most picturesque sixth-century chapels in Britain.The chapel is named after the hermit and saint who lived there and legend has it, if you count the steps down and up again, the number is never the same!

 Bosherston and the Lily Ponds (NT)

  • Bosherston is a tiny village with a pub St Govans Inn and ‘Ye Olde World Tearoom' with a menu unchanged for over 50 years! From here fishing permits for the Lily Ponds are available. Follow the footpath through the Lily Ponds which leads to stunning Broad Haven South Beach (NT) with the famous ‘ Church Rock’ in the bay.

 Tenby and Caldey Island

  • A very popular Victorian seaside resort with 5 glorious sandy beaches (Blue Flag) and a picture-postcard harbour.  Explore the Medieval towns narrow cobbled streets filled with bustling individual shops, boutiques, bars, Ice Cream Parlours, cafes and restaurants.
  • The Tudor Merchants House (NT) and Tenby Museum, located high on Castle Hill are both well worth a visit.
  • Head down to the harbour where boat trips run to the holy island of Caldey - owned and run by a community of Cistercian monks and an oasis of calm where you can watch seabirds or relax on beautiful Priory Bay beach.

Inland Pembrokeshire

  • Narberth - a lovely market town in the heart of Pembrokeshire with a variety of very good eateries - try 'Ultracomeda' for tapas or 'Fire & Ice' for delicious homemade ice creams and sorbets.
  •  Lawrenny Quay - one of the most scenic stretches of the Secret Waterway, providing a tranquil location for boaters and walkers alike. Enjoy a drink at the waterside pub, The Lawrenny Arms.
  •  Cwm Deri Vineyard - Pembrokeshire's only vineyard and open all year round. Visitors can enjoy tasting wines and liqueurs on the patio or in the restaurant which is open for lunch seven days a week.  

Pembrokeshire Outdoor Activities

  • Pembrokeshire Wake Boarding in Martletwy offers the thrills of Wakeboarding in a fun atmosphere with excellent coaching from all the staff.
  •  Learn to sail or windsurf,  try kayaking, paddle boarding, climbing or coasteering. 
  • The sport of Coasteering was named if not invented, in Pembrokeshire and our coastline is the perfect coasteering venue!
  • Visit West Wales Windsurfing – Dale for tuition in water sports of all sorts.
  •  For bike hire 'Mikes Bikes', Haverfordwest, offer a wide range of Cycle Hire. Helmets and bikes come with pumps, repair kits, basic tool kits along with a delivery service of bicycles right to your front door!
Picton Castle and Secret Owl Gardens
  • Picton Castle was built in the 13th Century and set in 40 acres of magnificent woodland and walled gardens - Look out for special events, including family fun days, outdoor theatre, garden tours and music evenings.

The Secret Owl Garden is home to 25 species of owl.

  • Throughout the day all of the owls get the opportunity to stretch their wings and fly around the centre. Join interactive sessions where you can learn about the owls and their superpowers including silent flight, super hearing and special eye colours. For those who want to get even closer to an owl, The Secret Owl Garden offer group taster sessions and private experiences. A must do if you're in this area. Great fun for kids as well as the Oldies!
Pembrokeshire Zoos
  • Animal lovers will appreciate a trip to award winning Folly Farm and Manor Wildlife Park where an array of exotic animals include lions, gibbons, ostriches, giraffes, zebra, rhino, penguins, lemurs, meekats and so many more.

A perfect courtyard retreat for private cottage holidays throughout the year with lots to enjoy on your doorstep.

 

 

 




Property Layout
On the 1st floor. 1 Bedroom sleeping 2 adults. Kingsize bed, tastefully furnished, wardrobe, dressing table, bedside lamps, view over the patio.

Shower Room  elegant tiled room with large shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin.

Open Plan Sitting Room/Kitchen well-equipped kitchen with electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dining table 4,

Sitting Room Area  stylish, comfortable sofas, TV with Freeview, coffee table, colourful art, lamps.

Grounds attractive courtyard, sunny spot with seating area, shared decking area with table and benches. 


Additional Information

Wifi 
 yes
Short Breaks  - Winter
Towels - yes
Changeover  -  Friday
Parking -  permit in cottage for car park within minutes walk away.
Dogs - sorry, no pets
Fuel - inclusive May - September £20 p/w outside these dates.
Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? No

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Paving

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

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Property Layout
On the 1st floor. 1 Bedroom sleeping 2 adults. Kingsize bed, tastefully furnished, wardrobe, dressing table, bedside lamps, view over the patio.

Shower Room  elegant tiled room with large shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin.

Open Plan Sitting Room/Kitchen well-equipped kitchen with electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dining table 4,

Sitting Room Area  stylish, comfortable sofas, TV with Freeview, coffee table, colourful art, lamps.

Grounds attractive courtyard, sunny spot with seating area, shared decking area with table and benches. 


Additional Information

Wifi 
 yes
Short Breaks  - Winter
Towels - yes
Changeover  -  Friday
Parking -  permit in cottage for car park within minutes walk away.
Dogs - sorry, no pets
Fuel - inclusive May - September £20 p/w outside these dates.
Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? No

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Paving

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

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