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May 20, 2019

Butterhill Grange- a magnificent historic mansion house

Making its debut with Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire and with an introductory offer of 15% savings on all dates in 2019 is Butterhill Grange, a magnificent historic Grade II listed mansion near the picturesque village of St Ishmaels.

The property, built in the early 1700s with 12th century origins as a priory farm, remained the home of the Roche family for over 300 years but since then it has had many owners – including requisition by the RAF as officer accommodation – before falling into a dilapidated state in the 1960s.  Now it has been lovingly renovated in a stylish and contemporary style offering stately reception rooms and spacious accommodation.

It sleeps 16 in seven bedrooms, most en suite, and has a grand entrance hall, a formal dining room,  three sitting rooms, a library, a games area and a cinema.  It has an elegant paved terrace and just across the lane there is an acre of grounds with woodland and a shell grotto, all of which are being carefully restored.

The area teems with birds and wildlife and Butterhill Grange itself is a haven, with the cellars home to rare bats and the roof eves boasting one of the largest roosts of house martins in West Wales.

A walk of around 25 minutes leads to the sea and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and lots of fantastic beaches are within a 10-minute drive such as Marloes Sands and West Dale.

As an example of price, a seven-night holiday at the beginning of July  – taking into account the 15% introductory offer – is priced at £2652, rising to £3392 in peak season.  Short breaks are also available.

Reservations:  01437 772760, www.coastalcottages.co.uk

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For more press information please contact Matthew Evans on 01437 772760.  Released by Pat Jacobs at Beacon PR (01572) 748800

May 13, 2019

Family fun with Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting Upper Hoaten Farm Cottages near St Brides Bay as the ideal place for families looking for a peaceful holiday but with lots of onsite facilities to keep the youngsters amused.

This small family-run enterprise comprises of a courtyard of five beautifully restored stone farm buildings which retain the format of a traditional Pembrokeshire farmyard.  The cottages, sleeping between three and six people, have their own distinctive features with separate patio areas screened by shrubs and flowers.

Shared facilities include a hot tub, a games room with table tennis and a pool table, a children’s play area, a 10 ft trampoline, plus a Scandinavian-style barbeque cabin where barbequing and eating can be enjoyed inside whatever the weather.

The cottages are surrounded by pretty countryside yet are only a few minutes’ drive from beaches such as Marloes Sands and Broad Haven and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.

As an example of price, a seven-night holiday in Ploughman’s Cottage (sleeping five) costs £408 at the beginning of June, increasing to £918 in peak season.

Reservations:  01437 772760, www.coastalcottages.co.uk

April 30, 2019

Spring Bank Holiday savings of more than £1000 with Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is offering mega savings on a choice of properties at Spring Bank Holiday, with the largest reduction of £1163 applicable to Atlantic Sunset, a magnificent property perched above Little Haven beach which is now priced at £2760 for a week’s holiday from 24 May.

This superb home sleeps 12 in six bedrooms (five en suite) and has been designed to maximise the glorious views across St Brides Bay.  It is set in an acre of grounds where there is a 14ft family swim spa – with six dedicated therapy massage sets – a sheltered entertainment area with outdoor heating, a barbeque and a large ultra-safe trampoline.  A short stroll leads to the village with its pubs and restaurants.

There are also savings of £110 on seven-night holidays at The Old Dairy – a beautifully-converted stone barn sleeping eight in four bedrooms (one en suite) – where a week’s stay from 24 May is now priced at £1025.  The cottage is set in rolling countryside near the village of Mathry and a drive of around 10 minutes leads to the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline with its hidden bays and beaches.    It’s also a great place for stargazing, with minimum light pollution.

For couples looking for a Spring Bank Holiday getaway, a week from 25 May in Elderberry Cottage – a stone barn conversion sleeping two set in a rural landscape near the hamlet of Rogerston – now costs £452, a reduction of £109.  This snug little hideaway is perfectly placed for keen walkers – the area is criss-crossed with footpaths and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is within two miles – or, for lovers of the seaside, the sandy beaches of Newgale and Broad Haven are both around two miles away.

01437 772760, www.coastalcottages.co.uk

April 25, 2019

May Day short breaks for couples in Pembrokeshire cottages

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting May Day short breaks for couples in a choice of bijou properties including Woodview, a pretty retreat for two overlooking woodland near the village of Rhos in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Guests are welcomed with a jar of honey from the owner’s hives at the bottom of the garden – where regular visitors include woodpeckers, nuthatches, jays and pheasants – and the cottage with its open-plan living space and en suite bedroom, is perfectly placed for walks in glorious coastal and countryside scenery.  A dog-sitting service is also available if the family pet is taking a holiday too! Three nights from 3 May cost £300.

In the seaside town of Tenby – home to four glorious beaches – the Lantern Suite is a romantic hideaway for two just a few minutes’ walk from the town’s seafront, restaurants, galleries and small shops. It has a large open plan kitchen/dining area leading through to the sitting room from where sliding doors lead onto a small terrace and an enclosed pebble garden.  A three-night stay from 3 May is priced at £339.

Or the Cwtch – perched high above the seaside village of Penally near Tenby – is a gorgeous apartment in a 19th century property enjoying beautiful vistas over the coastline from the grounds.  The apartment, with an open-plan living space and en suite double bedroom, has been carefully renovated and is stylishly furnished with a contemporary twist and antique pieces.  There is a shared lawned garden with a raised decking area, the perfect place to relax and soak up the views, and a 10-minute walks leads to the beach.  Three nights from 3 May cost £449.

Dogs are welcome at the above properties for a charge of £10 each.

01437 772760, www.coastalcottages.co.uk

April 17, 2019

Spring Bank Holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire…

For a Spring Bank Holiday getaway at the end of May, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting a wide choice of properties in all shapes and sizes and in a range of coastal and countryside locations.

For a couple of families or groups of friends, the company recommends Kingswood, a stunning ‘Huf Haus’ property with a heated infinity freshwater swimming pool perched above North Cliff in Tenby.  It sleeps eight people in four bedrooms (one en suite and with a sauna) and is set in three acres of beautifully landscaped grounds.  A footpath through woods gives access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and there is a path down to a hidden beach accessible only at low tide.  A seven-night stay from 24 May is priced at £3240.

Situated in three acres of parkland near the market town of Narberth is Ty Ffynnon, a beautifully converted stone farm building sleeping six in three bedrooms, two en suite.  This effortlessly stylish and welcoming house has a large dual aspect sitting room and several French doors in the property open onto the garden and flagged terraces.  Guests are welcome to explore the extensive lawns and fields and a short drive leads to Narberth, with its boutique shops, restaurants, delicatessens and antique centres.  A week from 25 May now costs £1285.

Or, for couples looking for a Spring Bank Holiday break, Little Comfort is a spacious stone 200-year old cottage in the hamlet of Warren and just a short drive from a selection of beautiful beaches such as Barafundle and Broadhaven.    Both the large living room and the bedroom enjoy distant sea views and guests are welcome to explore the owner’s three-quarter acre garden, home to ducks, chickens and pygmy goats. A seven-night stay from 24 May is priced at £580.

01437 772760, www.coastalcottages.co.uk

Reservations:  01437 772760, www.coastalcottages.co.uk

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