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  • Stonehall Mill Cottage

  • Newgale
  • Ref: 1089
  • 6
  • 3
  • 2
  • 2
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Stonehall Mill Cottage

  • 6
  • 3
  • 2
  • 2
  • Ref: 1089
Property Highlights:

Pet friendly, Pembrokeshire country cottage a peaceful retreat, between Newgale Sands, St Brides Bay, Strumble Head and the coast around Fishguard.

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Guest Book Comments

The house is lovely and was a perfect base to explore the bautiful countryside. Pembrokeshire is very dog friendly as well, which made it even more relaxing. St. Davids, Tenby, Fishguard are all lovely places to visit on the way to the beaches. South Beach at Tenby was fabulous. The garden is lovely but would benefit from a haircut as when it rained, we all got soaked!

Barbara and Bernard - 2014-07-10
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Great cottage, fine weather and most important peace and quiet.

Peter and Elizabeth - 2014-07-10
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Great cottage, great location. Good trips to Barafundle Bay, Bosherston Lily Ponds, St. Davids,Tenby and Saundersfoot, Dale, etc. Peaceful, tranquil and very relaxing.

Pete and friends - 2014-07-10
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Lovely house in a quiet location. We went to many brilliant beaches such as Newgale and Whitesands. Marloes is also worth a visit. We had great weather as it was sunny all week. Thanks for a super holiday!

Whittemore family - 2014-07-10
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Perfect location for Ramblers. Cottage is well equipped and clean.Plenty of places to visit and eat.

Lia and Iain - 2014-07-10
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

First time to this cottage and it has suited us very well. Very quiet, comfortable,well equipped, and lovely garden. We like West and South Wales very much.

Andrea, Dave and family - 2014-07-10
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Lovely cottage in a great location. Ideal for our Springer Spaniel as enclosed rear garden.

A trusted customer - 25th August 2018

overall the cottage was pretty good however the things that we thought let it down were, the double bed was extremely uncomfortable even though it had been replaced the year before. (maybe the owner should try the mattress out before letting holiday makers on it). Also found it very difficult to stop mess from outside being dragged into house especially with 2 dogs. (mess being debris from trees surrounding cottage which are in dire need of cutting back). It looked so bad as we were leaving that we hoovered downstairs before we left and this was a dry week. I would hate to think how bad it could get when it was wet.

Replies from Quality Cottages
Philip Hicks - 23rd June 2018

A beautiful and comfortable cottage in a perfect location.

A trusted customer - 14th April 2018
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Property Description
Pet friendly Pembrokeshire Country Cottage
  • In the midst of tranquil wooded countryside at the end of a 100 yd drive, this pet friendly cottage is a perfect country retreat away from the hurly burly of modern living.
  • Surrounded by a large, pet friendly enclosed garden, the cottage has beamed ceilings and is comfortably furnished throughout with a cosy wood burning stove in the sitting room and a separate dining room with an open fire.
  • Enjoy breakfast in the fully fitted cream kitchen with feature Rayburn.
  • Delightful bedrooms with quirky shaped ceilings, cottage windows, pastel decor and comfortable furnishings offer rest and relaxation.
  • Alongside this country cottage is a rarely used bridleway (wellies & stout boots required!) down to the hamlet of Welsh Hook where the River Cleddau winds through on its way to the sea - excellent fishing on the Cleddau.
  • Fishing licences are available at County Sports on the Old Bridge in Haverfordwest.




About the Area
Fishguard Coastal MarketTown
  • 7 miles away Fishguard has a range of amenities including bank, post office, internet cafe, interesting and independent shops, doctor, chemist, vet and filling station. A farmer's market is held every Saturday - excellent local produce.
Newgale & St Brides Bay, Pembrokeshire Coast
  • Newgale, Pembrokeshire's premier surfing beach and St Brides Bay which is dotted with small golden sandy bays and tiny harbours are within a short drive
Stena Line Day Trips to Ireland
  • Fishguard with its Farmers Market, individual shops and daily ferry service to Ireland, St Davids with its magnificent medieval cathedral and the Pembrokeshire Coast and the Preseli Hills with spectacular scenery, gentle hill walking and pony trekking along newly opened trails are all within an easy car ride.
  • 'Foodies' will be in heaven with excellent eating places nearby.
Somethings Cooking Letterston
  • The small village of Letterston (2 miles) where there is 'The Harp' an excellent family pub and 'Somethings Cooking' an award winning Fish & Chip Restaurant. Also nearby is Wolfs Castle Hotel - a Welsh Rarebits Hotel of Distinction - excellent bar snacks and restaurant meals in a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Do visit the attractive stone built Wolfe Inn serving Brains real ales, good pub food and delicious Sunday lunches. Wolfscastle is conveniently located on the A40 in the heart of rural Pembrokeshire.
River Fishing on the Western Cleddau
  • The Cleddau is a mixed fishery with sea trout (known locally as sewin) from May to early September and brown trout most of the year. Tight lines!
Solva Sailboats
  • Solva Sailboats at Trinity Quay, Solva offer boat trips, yacht trips, dinghy sailing and powerboat courses. Cruise along St Brides Bay and the North Pembrokeshire coast dotted with wildlife, sea caves and spectacular cliffs.
Solva coastal village
  • Do reserve some time to stroll around the lovely little village of Solva where you will find a small selection of interesting shops, a gallery, a pottery and a choice of places to eat and drink.
Nant Y Coy Mill 
  • Nant Y Coy Mill at Treffgarne Gorge has a wide variety of hand crafted gifts produced by local Pembrokeshire craftsmen. Browse this gorgeous art and craft shop situated in the Grade II listed mill buildings.
North Pembrokeshire Boat Trips
  • Boat Trips by Thousand Islands Expeditions, Voyages of Discovery, The Big Blue Experience, Ramsey Island Cruises, Aquaphobia Power Boats and Venture Jet all explore the stunningly beautiful North Pembrokeshire coast and its extraordinary wildlife.
Coastal Bus Service
  • The Puffin Shuttle is a hail and ride service calling in at every beach and village between St Davids and Marloes. The Strumble Shuttle runs between St Davids and Newport. A great asset for walkers. Walk as far as you like in one direction and get the bus back.
Walk from Pwllgwaelod to Newport
  • The 7 mile walk from Pwllgwaelod to Newport takes in breathtaking coastal scenery. Do climb up Cairn Ingli for one of the best views in the UK. Remember your camera.

Pembrokeshire Golf Courses

  • Tenby links course is a championship venue and the oldest affiliated club in Wales, St Davids City Golf Club near Whitesands beach and Newport Links which overlooks stunning Newport Bay.
  • Pembrokeshire’s parkland courses, many with views to the Preseli Hills and across the Milford Haven estuary, include Priskilly Forest, Haverfordwest, Milford Haven, South Pembrokeshire in Pembroke and Trefloyne Manor near Tenby.

Family days out

  • In North Pembrokeshire choose from Castle Henllys Iron Age Fort, Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, Pheonix Bowl, Scolton Manor, Hangar Five Trampolines, Picton Castle, Oakwood and The Blue Lagoon.
  • To the south there is Heatherton Sports Park, Tenby Dinosaur Park, Folly Farm and Manor Wildlife Park - plenty for all the family to enjoy.

Last Invasion Tapestry

  • Do visit the Last Invasion Tapestry in Fishguard Town Hall and see what happened when the British mainland was invaded for the last time in February 1797. The story is told by the magnificent 30 metre award winning tapestry which was produced to mark the 1997 bicentenary of the event. The audio visual room shows the making of the tapestry. 
Melin Tregwynt (Woollen Mill)
  • The mill at Tregwynt near Abermawr, Aberbach and Aberbach beaches in Castlemorris has a huge selection of woollen goods made to compliment the unique weaves produced at the mill.If you have time do visit the mill coffee shop and enjoy coffee, homemade cakes or a light snack all made using local produce.
The Old Sailors, Pwllgwaelod
  • Enjoy fresh fish at The Old Sailors pub which overlooks the beach - a wonderful spot to watch the sun set with a refreshing drink. Pwllgwaelod is a pretty sheltered little cove just north of Fishguard and was once a favourite haunt of smugglers.
Haven Sports, Broad Haven (north)
  • Enhance your day on the beach with a kayak, surfboard, wet suit, body board, windsurfer and more for sale or hire at Haven Sports.
Tir a Mor Photographic Shop, Fishguard
  • For all your photographic needs or expert advice call in at Tir a Mor. Digital cameras, memory cards, binoculars, spotting scopes also OS maps for sale. Robert Evans has over 50 years experience in professional photography.
Charming country cottage in the heart of Pembrokeshire within easy reach of the rugged coast and numerous unspoilt beaches. A wonderful base at any time of the year.
Interior

3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. 1 Double and 2 Twins all on 1st floor reached via split staircase.

Bathroom with bath, toilet and washbasin on 1st floor.

Bathroom shower over bath, toilet and washbasin on ground floor (1 step up from kitchen).

Kitchen (step down from dining room) with feature Rayburn (not in use) fitted units, farmhouse table & chairs, gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine . 

Utility Room with fridge/freezer & tumble dryer.

Dining Room with dining table and chairs seating 6, 2 armchairs, CD/radio/i pod docking station, open fireplace. (Step up from kitchen)

Sitting Room cosy room with wood burning stove, 2 x 3 seater sofas. Digital TV/DVD.

Grounds large front garden on several levels with mature trees and shrubs (care with little children please). Small enclosed sheltered rear garden. Garden furniture.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Oil central heating and a starter pack of logs inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £30 p/w

Dogs - 2, welcome free

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes 

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Duration
7 Nights

Duration

7 Nights

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