An ideal base for families and friends wishing to enjoy a relaxing holiday or a fun-filled escape. The beach, coast path, local shops and restaurants are within walking distance. You can enjoy views of St Bride's Bay from the huge windows or sit in the hot tub on the enclosed terrace. Family and dog-friendly with parking for 4-5 cars.
Wonderful house in an equally wonderful location. We could not have asked for any more when it came to comfort. The owners were really helpful and rectified our bed combo in minutes. The house was equipped with all we needed and more and the hot tub was a real bonus.
Harmon vale was a beautiful place! Perfect for a large group. The owners were amazing very helpful and gave us lots of advise on ideas on what to get up to whilst we were there. The fecilitys were brilliant and we all look forward to visiting again!
One could be forgiven for thinking they had arrived in New England when approaching Harmon Vale - no expense was spared in the sleek finish of this welcoming modern townhouse.Â
Short breaks - Winter
WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Saturday
Towels - Yes (beach towels not provided)
Parking - Yes, ample
Fuel - inclusive
Dogs - 2 dogs welcome free
Travel cot - Yes
Highchair - Yes
A picturesque coastal village with a fjord style inlet, small sandy beach at low tide and a selection of good places to eat, drink and shop. Try the Cambrian Inn, The Ship Inn, Cafe 35, Lavender Cafe, The Royal George and the Old Pharmacy. Window on Wales stocks a great variety of gifts, homewares and clothes. Browse for local art in Raul Speek's Gallery and The Sail Loft Gallery. Antiques and collectables can be found at Solva Pottery.
Pembrokeshire Coast Path
The celebrated coast path passes around the rugged fringes of the village. Enjoy breathtaking coastal scenery, a profusion of wild flowers and a wealth of wildlife on route.
Coastal Bus Service
Leave your car at home and hail the Puffin Shuttle, a dedicated walkers bus that stop at every beach, sleepy village and tiny harbour around the coast from St Davids to the Marloes peninsula.
St Brides Water Taxi
Weather permitting the water taxi can take you on a short cruise to start your coastal walk. It calls in at Porth Clais, Porthmynawydd, St Justinians, Nolton Haven and Little Haven. Phone 01437 720972.
Solva Woollen Mill
Patronised by Prince Charles, Solva Woollen Mill at Middle Mill is the oldest working woollen mill in Pembrokeshire. It specialises in flat weave carpets, rugs and runners. Visit to watch the looms being worked, browse the shop and enjoy refreshments in the mill cafe.
A fine 2 mile stretch of golden sands backed by a storm bank of smooth pebbles and sea cliffs with Atlantic rollers to please keen surfers. Hire kit or book surfing tuition at Newsurf located at the northern end of the beach. Enjoy refreshments in the Sands Cafe, the Duke of Edinburgh pub (north) or the Pebbles Cafe (south).
Britain's tiniest and most characterful city is well worth a visit. Pick up tourist information at Oriel y Parc. Book boat trips in the High St. Arrange for some adventure activities with TYF also in the High St. Visit the magnificent 12th century Cathedral and atmospheric ruins of the Bishop's Palaceand enjoy browsing the local shops and galleries. There is a good choice of places to eat and drink.
Boats leave from St Justinians, sometimes Whitesands beach and from Martins Haven on the Marloes Peninsula to cruise the coast and visit the wildlife rich, offshore islands of Ramsey and Skomer. Look out for thousands of comical breeding puffins in early summer and many other seabirds too.
The huge unspoiled crescent of sand is backed by seacliffs and overlooked by the impressive rocky outcrop of Carn Llidi. There is a huge car park, shop and cafe for your convenience. Surfing equipment and surfing tuition are usually avaialable from the car park.
Coasteering is a popular alternative way of exploring the Pembrokeshire coast that involves rock scrambling, jumping from varying heights into the sea and adventure swimming. Try sea kayaking, sailing, surfing, beach riding and more.
The award winning Dr Beynon's Bug Farm and Grub Kitchen on St Davids Peninsula will give hours of fun. Try trampolining at Hangar Five or West Wales Karting both at Withybush near Haverfordwest and if you don't mind travelling a little further, enjoy half a day in the Bluestone Water Park (booking is essential), award winning Folly Farm, the Manor Wildlife Park or visit the magnificent castles of Pembroke, Carew and Manorbier in the south of the county.
Take a trip around Cardigan Bay to see the resident pod of dolphins. Boats leave from Patch beach in Gwbert (1 hour drive away) or from New Quay harbour in the popular little seaside town (1 ½ hours drive away), once home to Dylan Thomas. There are plenty of places to eat and drink and 3 sandy beaches to enjoy while you are there.
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