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Lan Lofft

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St David's, Pembrokeshire (View Location on a map)
2 Guests
1 Bedroom
1 Bathroom
No Dogs
£442 7 Night Breaks From
£31.57 Average Per Person Per Night
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Lan Lofft was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Lan Lofft too!

  • Luxury accommodation for 2 in St. Davids Pembrokeshire, wifi, parking
  • Walk to the cathedral, shops, good pubs and restaurants
  • Short walk to Porthclais Harbour and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
  • Whitesands Beach 1.5 miles, many other beaches nearby
  • Coastal area of outstanding beauty, walking, cycling, boat trips to spot dolphins

Features You'll Love

  • Coastal Area
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Private Parking
  • Rural Location
  • Luxury
  • Golf Courses Nearby
  • Pubs Nearby
  • Short Drive To Beach

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About Lan Lofft

Lan Lofft offers a truly perfect coastal retreat, with the sea beyond the horizon on three sides. An ideal holiday base for two to explore the beauty and coastline of the St. David's Peninsula, an area of outstanding beauty, steeped in Welsh culture and history. Beaches to explore, Porthclais harbour is a five-minute walk from the doorstep. Surfing, water sports, boat trips, walking, cycling and wildlife watching at your fingertips.

  • The deceptively spacious, light and airy well-presented accommodation sits on the first floor.
  • Relax on the sofas, furnished with Melin Tregwynt cushions in the comfortable spacious sitting room after a day in the Pembrokeshire air and admire magnificent sunsets from the Juliette balcony by night and the sweeping, glorious views by day.
  • The well-equipped kitchen will inspire your inner chef or there's plenty of choice locally of good pubs and restaurants.
  • The hushed bedroom with a sumptuous bed and quality furniture and furnishings, including Welsh cushions and throws promise a restful night's sleep.
  • Lan Lofft is a competitively priced haven for two, immaculate and ideally positioned for a memorable Pembrokeshire holiday.
  • Catch the Pembrokeshire Puffin bus, ideal for exploring the coastline and picturesque coastal villages. The property is situated on Route 4 of the Pembrokeshire cycle route, within 2 miles of the start point of the Tour of Pembrokeshire.
Layout & Further Information

1 Bedroom Sleeping 2 Bathrooms 1

Bedroom king size bed, wardrobe, 2 x chest of drawers, bedside tables, lamps, USB charging points, chair, hair dryer

Sitting Room 2 large leather sofas & easy chair, writing desk with lamp and ethernet cable, Smart TV, DVD player, bookcase with books & dvds, occasional table, lamp, electric log burner effect log burner, Juliette balcony with views across the valley to Clegyr Boia, Ramsey Island & Carn Llidi, rug, USB charging points

Dining Room dining table, seating for 4, attractive light feature, wooden console table, flooded with natural light

Kitchen modern, well-equipped fitted kitchen, dishwasher, microwave, electric oven, induction hob, toaster. Kettle, fridge/freezer

Bathroom quality bathroom, shower, washbasin, wc, heated towel rail, shower point, mirror with attractive lights over

Hallway with storage space for walking boots, umbrella stand and coat hooks

Grounds garden furniture to the front of the property

Additional Information

Short breaks All year excluding peak weeks, 3-night minimum.

Changeover day Friday

WiFi
Yes

Parking Private parking for one car on gated drive

Towels Yes

Heating Inclusive

Dogs No

Travel cot No

Highchair No

Bedlinen Provided as standard

About the Area

If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.

The City of St Davids

  • Stroll into the centre there is a well-stocked supermarket, CKs, butchers and greengrocers, excellent ice cream parlour, chocolate shop, bank and excellent fish and chips. There are also galleries and boutique shops - clothes, gifts and outdoor gear; come and browse or buy - it is a delightful place to while away your holiday! You will love Window on Wales.
  • Don't miss the outdoor farmers' market on Thursdays throughout the summer on the Cross Square - all sorts of local produce and tasty morsels.
  • There are plenty of places to dine out many serving tasty local produce. Choose from St Davids Kitchen, The Grove and the local Indian Restaurant as well as three good pubs, The Old Cross, The Bishops, The Farmerâ??s Arms will not be short of dining options from your doorstep.

St Davids Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace

  • Wander down through the Pebbles to the Cathedral and admire the view. St Davids Cathedral, both a historical monument as well as a place of worship, was built in 1181 and has weathered the centuries with varying fortunes. Visit the refectory in the newly restored cloisters for coffee or a meal and take time to enjoy the history and atmosphere of this very special place.
  • Across the tiny river Alun is the ruined Bishop's Palace with its lovely decorated stonework, rose window, halls and stairways. Restored sufficiently to fire the imagination of young and old, let your children play while they absorb the atmosphere of this site of medieval power and influence.

Porthclais Harbour

  • Wander to Porthclais Harbour, a pretty little harbour on the south-west tip of the St. David's Peninsula. Once a trading port alive with industry, nowadays, it's a popular spot for kayakers, small boats and captivating coastal walks.
  • The harbour itself was built in the 12th century to serve the city of St. David's and proved to be a bustling port. with ships importing and exporting goods for coastal communities. Timber, grain, limestone and coal were among the items traded, with the latter fuelling the onshore lime kilns and nearby gas works.
  • The lime kilns still exist on either side of the harbour, but all that remains of the gas works is the former pump room, which is now a refreshments kiosk.

St Non's Chapel and Holy Well

  • Located on a stunning coastal site with dramatic views it is believed that St Non gave birth to St David's at this very special place. It is wonderful for a picnic stop along the coast path.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

  • The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path stretches the whole length of the Welsh coastline and encircles the St Davids Peninsula. Enjoy fabulous clifftop walking and breathtaking scenery within easy reach, never more than a couple of miles from the House.
  • The path follows the rugged coastline and encircles the peninsula through Whitesands, Porthsele, St Justinians, Porthclais and Caerfai Bay - walk as far as you like and get a dedicated walkersâ?? bus back. In the summer buses call in at all beaches, coves and villages along the coast.

Whitesands and the Peninsula Beaches

  • Whitesands Beach, just down the road is one of the most stunning locations on the Pembrokeshire coast. The wide sandy 'Blue Flag' beach has lifeguard cover in the summer and surf hire and surfing lessons available at the beach - so it is popular for swimming, surfing and water sports of all sorts. Whitesands is a lovely place to walk - your dog can walk there too between October and the end of April - and when you have had fun on the beach visit the Whitesands Cafe for tasty snacks and refreshments.
  • On the other side of the city is Caerfai Bay. The scenery is spectacular and the beach reached down a steep path, is a wonderful rock-pooling, game-playing platform for sandy heaven. If you walk the coastal path around the Peninsula you will find a number of small coves and less accessible beaches - at many times of the year, you will have them to yourself!
  • Do visit Abereiddi Beach just a short drive away and the stunning Blue Lagoon, the rolling surf at Newgale and further along the coastline the golden sands and vibrant seaside villages of Broad Haven and Little Haven.

Boat Trips â?? book in St Davids to visit the offshore islands

  • Boat trips to suit all tastes leave from St Justinians during the season (April to October) to circle Ramsey Island and to see the marine wildlife, birds and spectacular Pembrokeshire coastal scenery. It really is a must for your St.Davids stay.
  • Go dolphin and whale spotting too with longer trips out to Grassholm and the lighthouse! Book your tickets in St Davids.

Oriel y Parc

  • Oriel y Parc - the Tourist Information Centre, art gallery and cafĂ©. In this interesting modern building, you can gather information about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, useful maps and guidebooks, enjoy the art gallery with its resident exhibition of Graham Sutherlandâ??s work and programme of visiting artists - and then take breakfast or lunch at the Centre cafe.

Porthgain

  • A charming village with an attractive harbour. In the 18th and 19th centuries, it was a flourishing seaport exporting slate and shale. Now it is a quaint harbour occupied by small fishing boats. Donâ??t miss the opportunity to buy crab fresh off the boat when the fishermen return. Have dinner in - or outside at Sloop Inn, and enjoy some of the finest Fish and Chips at the Shed where locally caught crab and lobster are also served.

Newgale Beach

  • Almost 2 miles of golden sand backed by a huge pebble bank formed after a BIG storm in 1859.
  • Kitesurfing and surfing are popular on this beach and tuition is available.
  • Walk right down to the southern end to find a walk-through cave and numerous sheltered bays. Cross the river, at the back of the pebble bank opposite the cafĂ© at the north end to gain access to several low tide bays.
  • At very low tide itâ??s possible to walk round to Cwm Mawr beach but keep an eye on the tide times as beware of being cut off by the tide.
  • Dog restrictions apply to the middle third of the beach between the 1 st May and 30th September.
  • Beach facilities - Toilets, lifeguards are on duty between the beginning of June to the end of September.
  • Onshore facilities - there is a surf shop, cafĂ© and pub at the northern end of the beach. Surfing and kitesurfing tuition and board hire are available from the shop. At the southern end, thereâ??s a cafe/beach shop, toilets.

Newport

  • Newport, a friendly, charming seaside village with pubs, restaurants, antique shop, gift and book shops, butchers selling local meat and home-made delicacies and a well-stocked wholefood shop.
  • There is sailing from Newport Boat Club and safe bathing on the Parrog Beach and Newport Sands and golf at the spectacular links course.
  • Do visit the Newport Collective Gallery/Shop. You will find a varied selection of arts & crafts created by local people including paintings, ceramics, jewellery, wooden goods, cards and more.
  • Newport Bike Hire, mountain and road bikes for all ages are available to hire including children's seats and tagalongs. Helmets, maps and accessories are provided. Book an escorted trek around the Preseli ranges to blow the cobwebs away.

Outdoor Activities, horse riding and golf

  • Pembrokeshire is a centre for water-based activities of all sorts. Home of the sport of 'Coasteering', it is also a magnet for surfers and windsurfers, sailors, canoeists and rowers. If you are skilled at your chosen sport the coastline is an open venue but if you are less experienced, the County is well served with centres offering safe, instructor-led activities.
  • There are golf courses to suit all levels of skill - with one of the most dramatic small courses overlooking Whitesands beach, just a mile away.
  • A little further afield at Nolton Haven is a riding school with a difference. Even experienced riders find it hard to top the experience of riding through the surf with Nolton Haven Riding Stables on the lovely beach at Druidston

Working Woollen Mills

  • Visit Solva Woollen Mill. Visit Tregwynt Woollen Mill near Castlemorris, patronised by Prince Charles. Watch the millers using traditional methods to create old & contemporary designs. Browse the mill shop & enjoy refreshments in the cafe.

Castles

  • Pembroke Castle, Carew Castle and Manobier Castle are all magnificent historic fortifications in South Pembrokeshire, hosting many events from pop concerts, proms, living history days, falconry displays, circus days, knight school for children etc.

Holiday Fun

Pembrokeshire has a very good selection of quality activities to suit all tastes.

  • Hangar 5 trampolines in Haverfordwest (01437 700555).
  • Bluestone Water Park with wave machine & slides. (01834 862410).
  • Bug Farm & Grub Kitchen, a unique attraction popular with children and adults alike. It's a scientific research centre and a working farm, run by TV entomologist, Dr. Sarah Beynon (07966 956357).
  • Heatherton World of Activities & Theme Park, near Tenby, offers indoor & outdoor fun including paintball, fishing, archery, golf plus cafĂ©.
  • Folly Farm, Adventure Park and Zoo as well as Ritec Valley Quads, in Penally, near Tenby (01834 843390).
Eat & Drink

See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near Lan Lofft.

If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.

Bishop's
( 0.4 miles away )

Gastro pub serving meals, snacks, real al, wines and spirits. Eat inside or in the garden.

The Bishops
( 0.4 miles away )

Extensive food menu, offering a range of meals from a seasonal Welsh menu, locally sourced lobster, crab and mackerel, subject to availability. Open all year round, a warming log fire creates a cosy atmosphere in the colder months, whilst fabulous views of the Cathedral from the beer garden can be enjoyed in the warmer months. Free Wifi

The Sampler
( 0.4 miles away )

Quality coffee, cream teas, home baking & light lunches using local ingredients served all day.

Cwtch Restaurant
( 0.4 miles away )

Award winning cosy restaurant, serving a wonderful range of food, locally sourced where possible, such as Solva crab, Pen Pant vegetables seasonal fish, Caerfai cheeses, game and Welsh meats. Booking is advisable.

Saffron Fine Dining
( 0.5 miles away )

Thali dishes are available at lunch time. Take away meals are also available with 10% discount.

The Refectory at St Davids
( 0.5 miles away )

Home made food from local ingredients served in the stunning setting of St Davids Cathedral.

Gianni's Ice-creams at The Bench
( 0.5 miles away )

Gianni's artisan ice-creams are made on the premises using organic milk from local Caerfai Farm. Tea, coffee, lots of hot and cold drinks and a choice of homemade cakes are also sold.Try the delicious fresh fruit smoothies, ice cream sundaes, frozen yoghurt and a huge choice of toppings ie: any fresh fruit, honeycomb, various assortments of chocolate, nuts, fudge, toffee & many sauces. Local photographs on canvas, cards, mugs etc are sold in a small area within the parlour and outside when the weather permits There is no indoor seating area. But quite a large seating area outside.

St Davids Food and Wine Ltd
( 0.5 miles away )

Fresh filled rolls and baguettes made to order.

Caerfai Farm Organic Cheese Makers
( 0.5 miles away )

Cheese made includes organic cheddar, Caerphilli and leek & garlic cheese.

Dressed Crab, Lobster & Prawns prepared by Mrs Jan Phillips
( 3.3 miles away )

Call and see the in house display of mouth watering shell fish products.

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