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Glenvale was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Glenvale too!
This delightful, ground floor flat sits in the beautiful and vibrant village of Saundersfoot, just a
stone's throw away from the golden beaches and working harbour.
2 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4.
1 Double and 1 Twin with a small nursery equipped with a cot for a little one.
1 lovely family bathroom with a shower over the bath, washbasin, heated towel rails, and mirror, separate w/c adjacent to the bathroom.
The kitchen/dining area is well equipped with a 4 hob cooker and oven, washing machine, fridge, dishwasher, coffee machine, toaster, utensils, and some basic supplies. Table, and four chairs, and a door leading to the rear enclosed patio.
Lounge - two sofas, coffee table, two large windows offering lots of natural light, an electric fire, SMART TV and DVD player with a library of films on hand for everyone to enjoy.
Hallway with plenty of space for coats and walking boots and radiator.
Grounds at the rear offer a private enclosed patio, accessible from the kitchen, with space for pets and children to run around. There is also a BBQ and chimnea to stay outside that little bit longer.
Short breaks - All Year
WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Friday
Towels - Yes
Parking - Yes, 2 cars
Fuel - Included free of charge
Dogs - 2 welcome, £10 per dog
Cot - Yes
Highchair - Yes
Bed linen - Included as standard
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GREAT LOCATION, GOOD SIZE PROPERTY , WELL EQUIPPED
Great location in so far as its a minutes walk to a lovely cove -my husband loved walking the dog there first thing. Next to it is part of the coast path though the trees with stunning views of the bay. 10 minutes walk into Saundersfoot the other way which was much nicer than expected with good restaurants and take aways. Definitely on the up The flat was perfect for us and the teenagers and the enclosed area outside for the dog to run round in when he wasn't down the beach. Nice and warm inside -great as the weather was terrible!. lounged around the front room with enough space for the 4 of us. Could have done with a drying area for wetsuits as it was October they took 3 days to dry properly and didn't want to risk them dripping over the wooden floor so they had to be left over the bath and the spin on the washing machine didn't quite do it. Wouldn't be a problem in the summer as a good drying areas outside Everything we needed in the kitchen to cook and you get a nice welcome pack of essentials -bread milk etc for breakfast. Great location for kayakers and paddle-boarders , walkers or people with young children looking for a seaside holiday. Nearest surf beach was 20 minutes away ( manobier) so not so great location for us but as it was a force 8 this became irrelevant so it was nice to be in a protected area with food and walks close by and a warm comfy flat!
Reply from: Quality Cottages Team
Saundersfoot is a lovely place to visit, the wall along the edge of the beach with an ice cream from the local Upton Farm company is a personal favourite! Cracking food along there too, there's a fabulous street food shack on the beach sometimes which is always a must if in the area. Wet suits are a nightmare to get dry, but thank you for your consideration to the flooring. Lovely to hear that you had a great time and made the most of all the area had to offer. If you make another booking, give us a call, on the Sales Team we're all local to Pembrokeshire and have a decent amount of knowledge on properties near good surfing spots, we'd be happy to help!
The property was a good size and very well equipped. The position was also very good, very near to the beach and town if you can climb hills. Parking was easy.However there was a distinct lack of maintenance. The front door didnt fit and needed to be slammed and was hard to lock. There were 5 light bulbs missing or broken including hallway.The oven was greasy and contained used oven trays with baked on food.There was a smell of mustiness throughout. Never seen so many air conditioners, predictably empty!The outside area was unusable full of moss and leaves.
3 stars feels a bit mean as the flat itself is worth 4 stars but the outside space really lets it down. There is a table and chairs outside but the space is so uninviting that we never used it. There wasnt a working light and the steps down to the lower level were slippery. Could really do with a bit of money spending on it and some TLC. The kitchen is extremely well equipped, the lounge comfortable and the bedrooms spacious. Not sure I would have been happy putting a baby in the nursery as it is windowless and small and during the hot weather could be stifling.
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Three glorious beaches & Harbour
Saundersfoot, Coppet Hall and The Glen are 3 lovely beaches within a short walk as well as the picturesque harbour.
Saundersfoot is a pretty bustling seaside village with many independent shops. Don't miss Chobbles - an old fashioned traditional sweet shop, Christ Kind - a wonderful gift shop and Walk on Water - kite surfing, power kiting, kayak hire and gifts galore.
Places to Eat:
There are lots of choices to suit all tastes, restaurants include Mulberry, Sandbar, The Kookabar Mermaid on The Strand, Coast and St Brides Hotel, as well as cafes, coffee shops and fish and chip takeaway's (or sit-ins)
St Brides Hotel & Spa
Indulge in a treat and try a Spa day at this luxury 5-star boutique hotel designed around its spectacular view over Saundersfoot Harbour and Carmarthen Bay.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
At low tide stroll across golden sands from Saundersfoot to the small village of Amroth (the start or end of the Coastal Path) with its Blue Flag beach and secluded Monkstone Point Beach.
The Coastal Path runs in either direction - flat path for bikes/wheelchairs towards Coppet Hall Beach and Tenby in the other direction.
Stop off and indulge in the wonderful Coast restaurant with a spectacular view over the bay, and Michelin rated food.
Colby Woodland Garden (NT)
These beautiful historic gardens are a must for garden lovers in any season but are particularly beautiful in the early summer. Enjoy a family day out here - children can build dens, cross streams with ropes, maybe plant bulbs or spread wildflower seeds, spot wildlife and birds.
Relax in the eco cafe with its log fire and extensive wildlife library
Tenby, Caldey Island & Fun Days Out:
Within easy reach is a wide variety of things to do for all the family. A visit to lively and ever-popular Victorian Tenby is a must with its shops, pubs, restaurants and miles of golden sands - a boat trip to the monk's island of Caldey during the summer months is a real treat.
Bluestone Water Park
A subtropical water park with state of the art technology, wave machine, rapid river rides, slides, bubble pools and more with cafe and restaurant areas.
Multi-award-winning Folly Farm for the young ones, Oakwood Park - exhilarating rides - Dinosaur Park (over 30 in the woods) Heatherton Country Sports Park (go-karts, paintballing etc) and Manor House Wildlife Park (Anna's Welsh Zoo)
Battlefield Live - Pembrokeshire Laser Combat is a jungle-themed 'battlefield' - lots of fun in camo gear!
Hangar 5 just outside Haverfordwest is a huge indoor trampoline park complete with a cafe for drinks and food to revive with!
Marros Riding Stables
A family-run riding centre offers lessons for everyone - Toddler Taster sessions, Own a Pony Day and for more experienced riders an exhilarating beach ride. For those who would like to have a go including families or small groups, a 'Combination Session' is available - a fun lesson with a trek through the woods.
Salt Cellar Tenby
Located on the lower ground floor of the Atlantic Hotel on The Esplanade overlooking Tenby's South Beach the Salt Cellar is an award-winning coastal restaurant, bar and terrace run by a bunch of talented friends for you and your friends and family to enjoy. Their motto is 'Great food, Great service, Great Times!' Tasty food and friendly service are at the heart of our restaurant.
Shore Fishing at Freshwater West & East, Rock fishing off Monkston Point
Shore fishing from the rocks and beaches around Freshwater West and East is arguably some of the best in Wales. Remember to pack your fishing gear.
Monkston Point is a good place to bag bass but take care not to get cut off by the tide. A 2 lb bass takes 30 minutes in a hot oven. Just lay on a bed of fresh herbs, sliced onions & seasoning in a buttered pan, pour over 1/2 pint of white wine. Cover and cook. Serve with the remaining white wine chilled. Delicious!
Narberth nearby is a small ancient thriving market town with a ruined castle and a mixture of small interesting shops - fishmonger, butcher, grocer, ironmongers, delicatessen, wonderful cake shops, art and craft galleries, antique shops, pubs and restaurants - a great place for gift shopping!
Take a revitalising swim at Narberth's 20 m x 7 m swimming pool or relax in the delightful informal Ultra Comedia Cafe/Tapas Bar/Delicatessen - enjoy delicious produce from Wales, Spain and France. Drop-in at any time during the day - booking necessary for evening meals
Lawrenny & Quayside Tearoom
In the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park sits this multi award-winning tearoom - 'Quayside' - enjoy delicious local produce in an idyllic waterside setting - open 11 am - 5 pm daily.
There are magnificent castles within easy driving distance each well worth a visit - beautiful CarewCastle & Tidal Mill, fascinating Manorbier Castle & pretty sheltered beach, grand Picton Castle with lovely gardens and Llawhaden Castle, once the summer residence of the Bishops of St Davids.
See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near Glenvale.
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