About Tudor Cottage
Pembroke holiday cottage - comfortable hideaway for two close to castle and shops in the heart of the ancient town. Dog friendly.
- A well-appointed, comfortable cottage for two
just a few minutes’ walk from the wonderful medieval castle at Pembroke.
- Tucked away out of sight, this little courtyard of cottages is a hidden
treasure. Previously the stables of an ancient building on Pembroke’s Main
Street, Tudor Cottage is a snug pied a terr right in the heart of Pembroke,
just a stone’s throw from all the town’s amenities.
- There is a pretty, well-equipped kitchen/diner and small separate lounge with patio doors which open onto a private paved terrace with garden
furniture. Your dog can wander safely while you enjoy meals al fresco!
- Though totally detached and independent from each other, can be booked with following cottages for friends/family to stay together - 1322 Priory Cottage, 1323 The Keep, 1335 Cromwell Cottage.
1 Bedroom sleeping a maximum of 2.
1 spacious bedroom
with Double bed
on 1st floor.
with shower cubicle, toilet and
washbasin on 1st floor.
with 1 x 2 seater sofa and 1 x armchair. Side
table, TV with Free view, video/DVD.
fitted country style with electric cooker,
microwave, fridge with ice box, washing machine, table and chairs
to seat 4.
Short breaks - Winter
WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Friday
Towels - Yes
Parking - Yes for 1 car
Fuel - Electric radiators inclusive
Dogs - 1 welcome free
Travel cot - Yes on request
Highchair - No
Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes
Is there a gate to open? Yes
If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? No
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? Yes
Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes
About The Area
Pembroke Town Centre is a short stroll from this relaxing holiday home
- Pembroke is a bustling old market town with an excellent delicatessen, several places to eat and drink, individual shops including book shops and a fine music shop, several extensive antiques emporium and a Tourist Information Centre.
- Local amenities include banks, a Post Office, library with internet access, a supermarket, filling station, chemist, doctor, vet and a fortnightly Farmer's Market on a Saturday.
- Pembroke Castle, birth place of Henry VII, is a magnificent stronghold on the banks of the river estuary - great for picnics in the well-kept grounds. It is 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)
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
- The Pembrokeshire Coast Path – a 186 mile path covering several areas of Heritage Coast - borders the entire Pembrokeshire National Park. With rugged cliffs, breathtaking views, glorious beaches, abundant wildlife and rare wild flowers - you will be entranced! For walkers, local bus services will pick you up and drop you off at locations along the way.
- The South Pembrokeshire Heritage Coast, also in the National Park, is one of six Heritage Coastlines in Pembrokeshire running 40 miles from Caldey Island near Tenby to Angle Bay in the Haven Waterway. Heritage Coasts are stretches of outstanding, undeveloped coastline, protected so that the public are able to enjoy their natural beauty.
Stackpole Village, Quay (National Trust) and Barafundle Beach
- Stackpole is a pretty village with an award winning pub which serves delicious food. The tiny historic quay has a tea room where you can take a rest overlooking the tiny harbour.
- If you feel like walking 10 to 15 minutes over the headland you will be rewarded by finding the lovely golden sandy beach at Barafundle - often referred to as the 'jewel in the crown' of UK beaches. The steep steps down the cliffs will reward you with a quiet sun trap, fabulous swimming, caves to explore and spectacular views of Caldey Island.
Fishing Trips, Neyland
- Explore all of South Pembrokeshires beaches. In addition to Barafundle, Freshwater East and West, Swan Lake, Broad Haven South and Manorbier are all within a short drive. Many beaches welcome dogs all year round, some in restricted areas during summer.
- The family seaside resort of Tenby has 5 Blue Flag beaches to choose from. Pick the one which suits the day’s weather!
- It's not unusual to catch up to ten different species of fish on a trip aboard the Celtic Wildcat. Fish inshore waters or further out to sea with magnificent coastal views along the way.
- Come up from the beach and explore the old walled town of Tenby popular with holidaymakers since Victorian times. It’s narrow streets are a busy delight of shops and cafes, pubs and restaurants. There is plenty to keep the family occupied.
- A holy island since Celtic times this beautiful island has been home to Cistercian monks for a thousand years. Visitors are welcome in this haven of peace and tranquillity where they can picnic on the lovely beaches, explore the countryside and visit parts of the Grade II listed monastery.
- The monks produce chocolate, perfume and shortbread all on sale in the island's shop. Boat trips to the island leave from Tenby Harbour.
Grassholm, Skomer, Skokholm and Ramsey Islands
- Do take an unforgettable boat trip to Pembrokeshire’s offshore islands, home to many important seabird colonies. Take your camera and binocular and look out for seals, porpoise, dolphins and whales on route.
- Wonder at the variety and magnificence of exotic animals at award winning Folly Farm and Manor Wildlife Park. Expect to see giraffes, rhinos, penguins, lions, tigers, gibbons, meerkats, lemurs, ostriches, zebras and more.
The Torch Theatre
- For indoor entertainment visit the Torch Theatre – a modern and vibrant centre for the arts in Milford Haven. It is a friendly, accessible venue with a full programme of stage, screen and musical productions throughout the year - you are sure to find something to amuse!
Day Trip to St Davids
The Preseli Hills
- Visit Britain's tiniest city of St Davids. Really just a village with characterful shopping, galleries, cafes, bars and restaurants and of course the magnificent Cathedral at its heart.
- Explore inland. The Preseli Hills reach a height of 536 metres and offer a wild landscape of moors, heath and woodlandcriss-crossed by myriad walks, dotted with sheep, ancient relics, and remote homesteads with startling sea views.
Cosy holiday cottage for two in the heart of ancient Pembroke town close to castle, shops, cafes and waterside walks.