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October 17, 2018

More new properties for 2019 from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

Making its debut with Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire for 2019 is The Old Dairy, a beautifully converted stone barn set in the grounds of a manor house in rolling countryside near the village of Mathry.

This spacious cottage sleeps eight in four bedrooms (one en suite) and is full of charm with exposed beams and soft furnishings from the local woollen mill.  It has a bespoke kitchen with a cosy Rayburn and the sitting room has a woodburning stove.  French doors from the dining room lead to the enclosed sheltered garden with lawns and a paved terrace.  A 10-minute drive leads to the picturesque coves and bays such as Abercastle, plus the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.  A seven-night holiday in 2019 starts at £590, rising to £1290 in peak season.

Or Lower Folly is a spacious detached farmhouse set down a country lane with stunning views over St Brides Bay.  It sleeps eight in four bedrooms (two en suite) and has an open-plan living area with a double-sided woodburner and bi-fold doors which open-up onto the terrace with sea views.   There is also an additional sitting room with beams and exposed stone walls.  A 10-minute stroll leads to the beach at Nolton Haven and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.  A seven-night holiday in 2019 leads in at £695, increasing to £1795 in peak season.

Alongside Lower Folly sits Little Folly, a detached single-storey stone cottage sleeping four.  It is packed with character – a vaulted ceiling, A-frame beams, exposed stonework and a woodburning stove – and like its neighbouring property enjoys stunning sea views.  A week-long holiday in 2019 starts at £475, rising to £895 in peak season.

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

October 13, 2018

October half-term bargains with Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire…

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting a selection of cottages now reduced in price for October half-term.

These include Barn Cottage, a detached stone property with two woodburning stoves dating back to 1795 in the village of Marloes.  This carefully renovated property, which sleeps four in two bedrooms, retains its original charm and character including its beautiful exposed purple stonework.  It has also been furnished from sustainable sources using products with provenance and upcycling wherever possible to give a unique and charming appeal.  A choice of beautiful beaches – including Marlos Sands and Musselwick – are less than a mile away.  Seven nights from 20 October now cost £420, saving £100.

Perched above the sandy beach at Wiseman’s Bridge is Green Plains, a detached, traditional cottage sleeping six in three bedrooms.  Its cosy sitting room has a woodburning stove and almost every room enjoys panoramic valley views to Carmarthen Bay beyond.  In the garden there is a large decked terrace, plus a firepit and barbeque, and a footpath leads to the beach at Wiseman’s Bridge, a stroll of around 20 minutes.  Seven nights from 20 October is now priced at £593, a reduction of £143.

Or, for a couple of families planning a half-term get together, Hayscastle Farmhouse – near the village of Hayscastle – is a welcoming, comfortable and spacious property on a working farm which sleeps 12 in five bedrooms. It has two sitting rooms – so there is plenty of room to spread out – and guests are welcome to explore the farm with its lakeside and river banks, a duck pond and badger setts.  The magnificent beaches along St Brides Bay and the long sandy beach at Newgale are within easy reach.  A week from 20 October now costs £715, saving £169.

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

October 13, 2018

The Christmas collection from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

For a Christmas in the glorious scenery of West Wales, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting a wealth of properties, each snug and cosy and many with open fires or woodburning stoves.

Properties on offer include Rhosson Farmhouse, a detached thatched cottage dating back to the 15th century and just yards from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and a short walk from the sea at St Justinians.  It sleeps eight in four bedrooms (two en suite) and is full of character with beams, exposed walls and slate-flagged floors.  It has two sitting rooms – one with an inglenook fireplace and a woodburning stove – a dining room, a beautifully equipped kitchen, plus a relaxation room with a sauna.  There is also a conservatory which overlooks an acre of garden.  A seven-night holiday from 21 December costs £1678.

Smaller families could opt to spend Christmas in The Cheese House, a detached stone cottage originally used for the storage of mature cheeses.  This beautifully renovated property – situated in the hamlet of Lochvane near the seaside village of Solva – sleeps four in two bedrooms and its open-plan living area has a log burning stove.  The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is a short stroll away and a few minutes’ walk leads to the beach of Porthmynawyd.  A seven-night holiday from 21 December is priced at £950.

Or for couples, Sycamore Barn is a romantic retreat for two, set in National Trust land not far from the village of Bosherton.  This quality cottage has a stylish kitchen/dining room and two steps lead up to the sitting room with exposed beams, the original inglenook fireplace and exposed stone walls.  Its location is perfect for keen walkers with the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path leading to hidden sandy beaches and stunning clifftop scenery.  Seven nights from 21 December cost £535.

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

August 30, 2018

October half-term discounts from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire…

With the long summer holidays all but over, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire  is highlighting a selection of cottages – many reduced in price – for families keen to book their October half-term getaway.

Properties on offer include Y Fagal, a stone cottage full of character which is just a short walk to Ceibwr Bay and just yards from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.  The house, originally a traditional stone long house and milking parlour, sleeps six in three bedrooms with highlights including rendered stone walls and a large inglenook fireplace with a woodburning stove.  Nearby is the bustling seaside village of Newport, with its long sandy beach, plus shops, galleries and restaurants.  A seven-night holiday from20 October is now priced at £473, saving £112.

Also packed with character is Ty Uchaf Cottage, just 300 yards from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path which skirts the Strumble Head peninsula with its stunning clifftop scenery.  This carefully restored property – with lofty ceilings, beams and a woodburning stove – sleeps five in two bedrooms and is set in an enclosed garden with a secluded terrace.  A short drive leads to the harbour town of Fishguard, with its small shops, galleries and restaurants.  A week-long holiday 20 October now costs £434, a reduction of £77.

Or larger parties could opt for Felin Fach, a former water mill now converted into an idyllic holiday home sleeping eight in four bedrooms.  It is surrounded by an acre of grounds – surrounded by a stream – with uninterrupted views over open countryside.  For maximum cosiness, his spacious property has two woodburning stoves, one in the sitting room and one in the dining/kitchen.  Less than five miles away is the tiny fishing village of Porthgain and the beautiful sandy beach at Newgale.  Seven nights from 20 October are now priced at £654, saving £69.

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

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, www.coastalcottages.co.uk

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