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  • La Belle Maison

  • Wolfscastle
  • Ref: 1586
  • 4
  • 2
  • 1
  • 2
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La Belle Maison

  • 4
  • 2
  • 1
  • 2
  • Ref: 1586
Property Highlights:

Nestling in the rural heart of Pembrokeshire, a traditional pet-friendly cottage. The interior has been beautifully styled throughout in rustic French shabby chic decor offering a romantic, inviting ambience of relaxed elegance. Sleeping 4, La Belle Maison offers a touch of opulence for a perfect Pembrokeshire holiday.

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Property Description

Timeless, vintage and the epitome of rustic charm, La Belle Maison is charmingly created with an eclectic appeal. Ideal for romantic escapes or for small families wishing to explore the delights of Pembrokeshire.

  • Step inside the cottage to be enthralled by the relaxed grandeur and loving attention to detail of the interior design, almost echoing a miniature French chateau.
  • Relax in the sitting room on the large leather sofa and armchairs, enjoying the tranquillity of the rural surroundings and countryside views, lighting the log fire on chillier evenings for ultimate winter relaxation.
  • The cottage is speckled with interesting distressed, unique pieces of shabby chic style furniture and furnishings, everywhere you turn, tasteful ornate pieces, hanging candle holders and rustic art, all creating a delightful holiday cottage.
  • Setting the scene for a romantic country look, the gorgeous pastel bedrooms offer ornate beds, with a magnificent, elaborate wood carved bed in the master room, introducing an opulent feel, pared back by layered throws, cushions and quality fresh linen. Weathered distressed furniture coordinate the theme, ornate mirrors & candlestick holders adorn the walls, introducing a pretty glamorous touch, creating bedrooms fit for a queen.
  • A relaxed vintage feel is continued in the beamed, well-equipped country kitchen with the delightful cream wooden dresser, cottage wooden table, painted chairs and array of vintage, tasteful artefacts and crockery, one wallpapered wall in large floral pastels and delightful hanging crockery basket. Enjoy the pretty views of the garden and woodland beyond..
  • The garden is a sunny joy, continuing the country theme, tastefully weathered garden table and chairs, lovely wooded views, pretty painted pots, blue painted shed and freshly bloomed flowers in season, all add to the charm of this picture-perfect setting.
  • There are lovely walks from the cottage through the garden gate and just a short drive away is the highly recommended spa hotel, The Wolfscastle Country Hotel and for good pub food, the Wolfe Inn. The glorious beaches on the Pembrokeshire coast are a short drive away.

2 Bedrooms, Sleeping 4

1 Family Bathroom 

Double Room  kingsize bed, chest, 2 built-in wardrobes, mirror, small wicker sofa, rug, lamps, chair,  bedside tables, count

Double Room rear views,  double bed, dressing table, mirror, bedside tables, lamps

Bathroom  bath, shower over, wc, wash basin, mirror. 

Sitting Room  ornate fireplace, French style armoire, large comfortable., leather chesterfield sofa & armchair, TV, large mirror, large attractive feature mirror, window seat with countryside view, coffee table, lamps, rug. 

Kitchen  delightful country style kitchen, cottage table & chairs, cream painted dresser, microwave, hatch through to lounge, hanging crockery basket, fridge with ice box, electric oven & hob, pretty garden view. 

Grounds  enclosed, mature idyllic gardens, patio area, with garden furniture, shed, potted plants, garden gate access to woodland walks. Gueats may use the shed to store surfboards, bicylcles etc.

Parking  opposite the cottage for 2 cars. 

Additional Information

 Short Breaks  welcome throughout the year, apart from Peak & Summer weeks.

Wifi    yes

Dogs  1st dog free, 2nd @ £25

Towels    yes

Parking   very near the cottage

Fuel Charge    inclusive from May - September, £30 per week from October - April.

Arrival Day     Friday

Linen - Included as standard

About the Area


Brimaston is a pretty hamlet located between Hayscastle & Wolfscastle in the heart of Pembrokeshire. It is a great base from which to explore the sandy beaches, coastal path, picturesque villages and Preseli walks. 

Wolfcastle & Treffgarne.

  • Both Treffgarne and Wolfscastle are small villages midway between Haverfordwest & Fishguard. Trffgarne is notable for its beautiful deep wooded gorge through which the Western Cleddau tumbles alongside the railway line.
  • Wolfcastle has a good pub The Wolfe Inn and The Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Spa.
  • Sealyham Activity Centre, near Wolfscastle offer a range of residential and day activities both on land and on water. They are based in a Georgian mansion. Fishing is also available. 
  • Scolton Manor Museum and Country Park is worth a visit. Turn back the clock to the Victorian era and experience country life 'above and below stairs' over 3 floors of the Manor House. Feel free to wander the 60 acres of park and woodland. The play area has swings and slides for younger ones and a sensory play area. The tea room serves home-made cakes, snacks and light lunches or browse the gift shop for the perfect souvenir. Dogs are welcome in the park and most of the site is accessible for wheelchair users.
  • In Letterston, a short drive from La Belle Maison is the award-winning fish & chip restaurant Somethings Cooking.


  • 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 café at the north end to gain access to several low tide bays
  • .At very low tide it’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.
  • .On shore facilities - there is a surf shop, café 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, there’s a cafe/beach shop, toilets.

Broad Haven

  • The seaside village has everything you need for your holiday: a large, sandy Blue Flag beach, a well-stocked convenience shop, 3 pubs, a restaurant, fish & chip take away as well as a surf shop selling and hiring out water sports gear.

Little Haven

  • A popular holiday village with a picturesque setting, sandy beach, café and an excellent choice of pubs – The Swan Inn , The Castle and The St. Brides all offering a good choice of freshly prepared food, including local fish & seafood.
  • Lobster & Mor offers quality crafts & local produce, together with delicious crab/lobster sandwiches.
  • Corner House Café provides ‘simple, yet awesome café fayre’, with freshly baked artisan bread, locally sourced produce & delicious desserts, along with wonderful coffee, La Bastilla P3 beans, slowly roasted, just perfect, & delicious Pembrokeshire ice cream.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

  • A 186-mile footpath, twisting and turning along the most breathtaking coastline in Britain. It covers almost every kind of maritime landscape from rugged cliff tops and sheltered coves to long stretches of sandy beaches and winding estuaries.
  • St Brides Bay Water Taxi Great for coastal walkers. Leave your car in Solva. You will be taken by water taxi to your chosen destination, then simply walk back along the coast path. Or walk the outward leg and make an appointment to be picked up & taken back by boat. Possible destinations, Little Haven, Porthclais, Porthmynawydd, St. Justinian, Nolton. Weather dependant - 01437 720972.

  • Haverfordwest is an attractive and ancient county town of Pembrokeshire. The centre is dominated by the Western Cleddau that runs through the middle of the town. The 13th-century castle towers above it. 
  • Situated within the castle wall and previously the old prison governor's house is the town museum, which exhibits art and local history and has artefacts relating to the town's past. 
  • Along the river are plenty of shops , as well as an out of town mall, restaurants, pubs and every Friday along the river is the Haverfordwest Farmer's Market. Local produce includes fresh fish, crabs, lobster, organic meat and vegetables artisan cheeses and traditional-recipe cakes. 
  • There is also a cinema, called the Palace cinema and Leisure Centre with recommended cafe, gym, full-size & children's pool & gym. 

Fishguard And Day Boat Trips to Ireland

  • Situated in the midst of outstanding beauty that blends the allure of sea, towering cliffs, the Preseli Hills, historic churches, ancient standing stones, ideal for gentle and challenging walks, surrounded by the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park. Galleries, gift and antique shops, with weekly market, cafes, pubs and restaurant
  • Sailing, kayaking, coasteering, hiking on sunny days from Goodwick and on rainy days, swimming pool, cinema, music festivals and a visit to the Last Invasion Tapestry, which marks the 1797 invasion by Napolean’s French troops defeated by local militia at the Battle of Fishguard. It's said to rival the Bayeux Tapestry.
  • Stena Line offer day trips to Rosslare, Ireland from £5.50 - £12 per person on foot. Relax on board with free wifi, free movies and stunning views from the deck. Buses provided from the port for a fun day in Wexford, soaking up some Irish culture and heritage.

Gwaun Valley Brewery.

  • Gwaun Valley Brewery is a family-run business with beautiful views of the Preseli Hills. Om brewing day, you can see the brewers at work, smell the malted barley and hops and, best of all, taste the finished product - real ale made from wholesome ingredients and pure spring water. 

St. Davids.

  • A colourful coastline with heaps of history, the St. Davids peninsula has been a cultural hotspot for thousands of years. Discover the area's ancestry from Celtic life to Wales' patron saint.
  • The magnificent cathedral is one of the jewels in Pembrokeshire's crown, together with the neighbouring Bishop's Palace. The glorious, fine white sandy beach, Whitesands is just a mile from St. Davids, overlooked by the craggy hill of Carn Llidi, is one of the best surfing beaches in the country. 
  • St. Davids is a beautiful and unique city, the smallest in UK, surrounded by some of the finest coastlines in Europe. It enjoys a thriving community, with restaurants, galleries, unique shops and cafes, being a favourite location with travellers, pilgrims and surfers.
  • Don't miss the outdoor farmers' market on Thursdays throughout the summer on the Cross Square - all sorts of local produce and tasty morsels.

  • Boat Trips.

    • 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.


    • The medieval walled town of Tenby with its picturesque harbour is a popular seaside resort with interesting little shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants, cobbled streets and 5 glorious beaches (Blue Flag) to choose from.

    • Choosing where to dine is a difficult decision with many hidden gems in and around Tenby's narrow streets, try The Salt Cellar, Ocean Restaurant, Sandbar, The Mooring, The Lighthouse Kitchen or Caffi Pura, to recommend a few.

    • Visit the historic Tudor Merchants House in Quay St. Step back 500 years to discover how the Tudor Merchant and his family would have lived in this fascinating three-story house - you can even dress up in costume clothing of that era, great fun for all!

    • Tenby harbour has a thriving boating and fishing community - try your hand on mackerel fishing trip or take a boat trip over to the holy island of Caldey.

    • Caldey Island lies cradled in the magnificent South Pembrokeshire coastline, just a short boat trip from Tenby Harbour. The Cistercian monks of Caldey continue a tradition which began there more than 1000 years ago, of quiet living and prayer, residing in a majestic monastery on the island. The monks welcome visitors from April - October, closed on Sundays, sharing the delights of the island, including a sandy beach, perfect for a picnic and walks with stunning views. The shop sells the perfume and confectionery made by the monks, as well as other tasteful souvenirs, books and postcards. There is also a cafe selling light lunches and refreshments. For more information visit  - well worth a visit on a sunny day.

    • Tenby Water Sports - try sea kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, jet skiing, motor boating and more. Tenby Water Sports company is based in Castle Square.

    • Tenby Golf Club is one of the true gems of Wales, idyllic south-west coast. Set among a patchwork of rolling green terrain and wild dunes, classic 18-hole links course, a variety of challenges which will test golfers at every level.

    • A unique golfing experience awaits at Trefloyne Manor, with 18-holes of stunning parkland golf, set in Tenby's rolling countryside.

    Family Days Out In Pembrokeshire

    • There is a wonderful choice of days out for the whole family to enjoy. Oakwood, Blue Lagoon, Picton Castle's Secret Owl Gardens, Folly Farm, Heatherton Tenby Dinosaur Park, Manor House Wildlife and Pembrokeshire Wake Boarding Park.
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