Monkstone View Wiseman's Bridge, South Pembrokeshire

£675 - £2115 per week

Why We Reccommend Monkstone View

Pet friendly Wiseman's Bridge bungalow with stunning sea views of Carmarthen Bay sleeps 8, 3 minutes walk from the sandy beach. Ideal for family holidays.


Charming Pet and Family Friendly Coastal Bungalow with Beach Views

  • Looking out across the endlessly changing and enchanting sea and sky-scape of Carmarthen Bay and stunning Wiseman's Bridge Beach,  this charming 1930's pet friendly bungalow is in a unique setting with year-round appeal.
  • With its distinctive red and green flecked roof tiles and owned by the same family since 1937, the family friendly bungalow retains many features typical of its era which the owners are keen to preserve but with the addition of all modern day comforts.
  • The sitting room has an open fire and original wood panelling - comfortable and warm whatever the weather!  Patio doors open onto a veranda overlooking the garden, coastline and bay beyond. The cosy kitchen is full of character, there is a small pantry as well as a dining area with triple aspect windows (fabulous views) and a large dining table for relaxing family meals.
  • Set in a large private garden, a 3 minute walk down its own steep entrance driveway leads you to the beach and the popular Wiseman's Bridge Inn - a welcoming traditional family pub serving food and refreshments throughout the year.Enjoy fabulous views from the large living/games/studio outdoor room in the garden, carefully constructed to blend with the house - oak flooring, table tennis table, seating & TV.  Shower/toilet with underfloor heating. Patio with table and chairs 


Wiseman's Bridge Beach

  • Wiseman's Bridge Beach -  pet friendly all year round -  was the scene for rehearsals for the 'D Day' Landings and is an ideal family playground with rocks to clamber over and pools left by the receding tide to fish in. The remains of a 5000 year old forest can still be found in the stream that flows down to the sea.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
  • The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path (part of the All Wales Path) runs through the Bay with its glorious walking and  South Pembrokeshire's beautiful beaches are all nearby - Saundersfoot, Amroth and the Jewel of Pembrokeshire, Georgian Tenby.
The Wiseman's Bridge Dramway
  • Wiseman's Bridge is linked to Saundersfoot by an old 'dramway' once used to carry coal to Saundersfoot Harbour.  Recently resurfaced this is an ideal off road cycle route that passes through 3 old railway tunnels and also heads inland through Pleasant Valley.

 Saundersfoot Village

  • Pretty, bustling Saundersfoot has 3 lovely beaches, harbour, shops, pubs, gallery, a wonderful old fashioned sweet shop, 'Chobbles', good sea food restaurants, and gifts shops including 'Walk on Water' for leisure wear and souvenirs.

Amroth &  Pembrokeshire Coast Path

  • Amroth, the start (or end) of the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, is a small seaside village with a beach (lots of Blue Flag awards), popular with families, that stretches the whole length of the village. It can be reached along the beach at low tide, passing old coal and iron workings, or on the cliff-top coast path which is also a cycle route. Occasionally, when there is a very low tide, ancient tree stumps can be seen poking through the sand.  
  • Amroth has a selection of places to eat as well as three pubs - the furthest marking the Pembrokeshire/Carmarthenshire border.

Colby Gardens (NT)

  • Away from the sea Colby Gardens (NT) is in a tranquil, secluded valley.  This beautiful woodland garden has a fantastic collection of rhododendrons and peaceful woodland walks.
  • The Bothy Tea Room and Restaurant serves mouth-watering home made food and the National Trust Gift Shop with Gallery has lots of Pembrokeshire arts and crafts for sale.

Salt Cellar Restaurant, Bar and Terrace, 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 is at the heart of our restaurant”.
Caldey Island Boat Trips
  • Boat trips leave regularly from Tenby Harbour to visit the tranquil island of Caldey just a few miles off shore. Enjoy the glorious sandy beach, quiet country lanes and browsing the island's shop for chocolate, perfume and shortbread made by the resident Cistercian monks. Caldey Priory is a Grade I listed building.

Family Fun

  • Oakwood theme park, the Blue Lagoon waterpark, multi award winning Folly Farm, the Manor Wildlife Park, Dinosaur Park, Tudor Merchant's House Tenby (NT), Carew Karting and The Overhang climbing wall are just some of the quality family attractions in south Pembrokeshire.
Day Trips
  • Britain's smallest city of St Davids in the north of the county, with its characterful streets full of independent boutiques, galleries, cafes, pubs and restaurants and a magnificent Cathedral is well worth a visit. Combined with a few hours on Whitesands Beach 1.5 miles further on makes for a perfect day out.
The Preseli Hills
  • Explore the wild interior of Pembrokeshire. At 536 metres above sea level this is the highest landscape in the county and offers breath taking walks, stunning views, ancient relics, remote homesteads, micro breweries, lots of sheep and refreshments in the community owned historic Tafarn Sinc in the village of Rosebush.
Characterful bungalow in an enviable coastal location for fulfilling holidays in south Pembrokeshire at any time of the year.


4 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 8.  1 Double (with washbasin) and 3 Twins.  

Bathroom with full suite and power shower over bath.  

Kitchen/Dining room country style kitchen with electric oven, halogen hob, microwave, larder fridge, dishwasher, washing machine.  Pantry with small freezer.  Step down to dining table and chairs seating 8. 

Porch with hanging space. Cloakroom with toilet and washbasin (underfloor heating)

Sitting Room characterful room with original wooden panelling, comfortable seating for 8, open fire, Free view TV. Patio doors onto narrow veranda with chairs, 10 steps down to lawn.

Grounds 1/3rd acre sloping lawns, terrace, garden furniture.

Outdoor Garden Room, fully insulated and carefully built to blend with the house. Large living/games/studio room, oak flooring, table, seating, table tennis table, TV. Shower/toilet with underfloor heating. Patio with table and chairs. Fabulous views.

Additional Information


Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Sunday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 3 cars, access is through a narrow gated entrance and steep driveway 

Fuel - Central heating and coal/logs inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £35 p/w

Dogs - 2. 1 dog free, additional dog £25 p/w

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes


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? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

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