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August 20, 2018

September Seals and Savings with Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

There are many reasons to visit Pembrokeshire in September – prices are cheaper, roads are less congested and beaches quieter – but there is also the opportunity to observe hundreds of Atlantic grey seals which give birth to their single pups on quiet beaches throughout the county.

One of the best places to see ‘mums and babies’ is the Marloes Peninsula where the white, furry pups spend their first three weeks on shore, feeding and sleeping.  Mother seals come ashore to feed their pups three or four times a day and after about three weeks the pups are left to fend for themselves, but return to shore regularly for rests.

Seals are easily disturbed so it is advised to be as quiet and inconspicuous as possible.  They must never be approached closeup and, if disturbed, mothers will keep away and the pubs will miss their feeds or may even be abandoned.

For those wishing to observe the seals and their babies, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting a selection of properties on the Marloes Peninsula.

These include Kittiwake Cottage, a detached house in the village of Marloes sleeping eight in four bedrooms (one en suite).  This spacious property – perfectly placed for ‘seal spotting’ on the beaches and viewing them from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path – is set in enclosed gardens and is just a stroll from the village shop and popular pub.  A week from 1 September is priced at £744 (saving £186) or £763 from 15 September.  Short breaks are also available.

Reservations:  01437 772760,

August 8, 2018

Bank Holiday bargains from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire…

Bag a bargain-priced August Bank Holiday break before the start of the new school term, is the invitation from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire.

Properties on offer include Nethercote, a specious detached house – sleeping 10 in five bedrooms (two en suite) – set above the beautiful sandy beach of Freshwater East.  Bi-folding doors at the back of the living space open onto a large balcony and the property also has a games room to keep the children entertained.  In the grounds there is a hot tub and a path leads down to the beach below.  Seven nights from 25 August now cost £2329, saving £582.

For smaller families, Weaver’s Cottage is a mid-terrace Victorian property in the small village of Llanmill set in the glorious Pembrokeshire countryside.  It sleeps four in two bedrooms and is full of character but with all mod cons.  A 10-minute drive leads to the market town of Narberth – renowned for its restaurants, delis and small independent shops – and the sandy beaches at Saundersfoot, Tenby and Amroth are close by.  A week from 25 August is now priced at £617, saving £265.

For couples restricted to taking their holiday in peak season, Seal Cottage is a converted stone barn, one of six properties just 200 yards from Aberfforest beach, which is ideal for swimming or kayaking and the haunt of seals and dolphins.  The cottage – now costing £542 (a reduction of  £135) for seven nights from 25 August – sleeps two and has an open-plan living space with A-frame beams and slate floors plus a galleried double bedroom in the eaves.

Reservations:  01437 772760,

July 26, 2018

August reductions from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

With temperatures rising, availability is disappearing, but for those quick off the mark there’s still time to grab a bargain deal says Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire.

Offers include seven-night holidays – starting on 4 or 25 August – at Shepherd’s Cottage now priced at £556, saving £139.  This single-storey barn conversion sleeps three in two bedrooms and is one of five properties at Upper Hoaten Cottages near St Brides.  Shared facilities include a hot tub, a games room, a children’s play area, a 10ft trampoline and a Scandinavian-style barbeque cabin.

For larger families, a week at Turnstones in the village of St Ishmaels – from 4 or 25 August – is now priced at £964, a reduction of £241.  This spacious single-storey property sleeps eight in four bedrooms (one en suite) and is a short walk to the village pub.  Sandy Haven, Lindsway Beach and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path are less than a mile away.

Or, for couples, a week from 18 or 25 August in Lower Coach House – situated on the slopes of a wooded valley overlooking the harbour at Lower Town, Fishguard – now costs £462, saving £116.  This apartment is part of a characterful, stone building and has direct access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and is just 150 metres from the town square.

Reservations:  01437 772760,

July 19, 2018

New cottages from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire with peak availability

Don’t panic if you haven’t yet booked your peak season family holidays says Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire!

The company has added a selection of new cottages to its programme, each having excellent availability in July and August, so families can still reserve a holiday in the glorious scenery of Pembrokeshire.

Properties on offer include Penfeidr, a detached stone barn set in extensive shared landscaped grounds with a stream, less than five miles from Newport and its glorious sandy beach.  It sleeps four in two bedrooms and has an open-plan living space – with an imposing inglenook fireplace – which leads to a paved terrace.  As an introductory offer, a week in peak season is priced at £666, saving £74.

Also making its debut is Strawberry Gardens House, a detached house with sea views in the coastal village of Penally, just a 10-minute walk from Tenby’s South Beach.  This large home is decorated in a contemporary seaside-style and is set in a large terraced garden.  Both the sitting and dining room have sliding doors to a balcony with views across the countryside to the sea.  A week’s peak season holiday costs £1270.

Or ‘new on the books’ is  15 Newport Road, a detached Grade II listed stone cottage just yards from the picturesque harbour of Lower Town Fishguard.  The property, with beams and sash windows, sleeps five in three bedrooms, each with a sea view, and steps lead up to a terraced rear garden with stunning vistas out to sea.  The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path runs past the door and within walking distances are a range of pubs, galleries and restaurants.  A seven-night holiday is priced at £840 in the peak season weeks of July and August.

Reservations:  01437 772760,

July 19, 2018

Keeping Faith with Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

Already a huge success on BBC Wales and a massive iPlayer hit, Keeping Faith – a Carmarthen-set thriller series – has now hit the screens of BBC1 each Thursday evening.

The drama stars Eve Myles as Faith.  She is a lawyer, wife and mother who is drawn into a mystery when her husband and business partner, Evan, disappears.

It does for Carmarthenshire (where most of it was filmed) what Broadchurch did for Dorset. Filming was mainly around Laugharne – a town on the south coast and was once the home to the poet Dylan Thomas – the beautiful town of Carmarthen, plus locations along the jaw-dropping coastline.

For those who wish to explore Carmarthenshire, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire – located just across the county border – features a selection of properties including, for example, The Great House.  This is a superbly restored grand Georgian town house in Laugharne – with an outdoor heated swimming pool – which sleeps 10.  Prices for seven nights in September start at £1345.

Or Ty Dyffryn is a beautiful barn conversion set in 35 acres of park and farmland on the edge of the Brechfa Forest and just a 10-minute drive from Carmarthen.  It sleeps four in two bedrooms and costs from £454 for a week’s holiday in September.

Reservations:  01437 772760,




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