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July 19, 2012

Bargains on baby-friendly properties in Pembrokeshire

For families with small children looking for a seaside getaway at a bargain price, www.toddlepembrokeshire.com – a website dedicated to child-friendly cottages from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire – is the place to head.

More than 100 cottages are featured – many reduced in price this peak season – and each is furnished with baby essentials such as cots and high chairs.  The site is also packed full of useful information such as pubs and restaurants that welcome children, fun places to visit and details of the best beaches in Pembrokeshire.

Child-friendly properties on offer include White Sails in the seaside village of Saundersfoot where a week’s stay from 21 July now costs £1182, saving £295.

The cottage – where a cot, highchair, monitors, stair gate, socket covers and toys and books are provided – sleeps six.  Guests will enjoy stunning sea views and the beach, shops and restaurants are just a two-minute week away.

Smaller families could opt for Ty Melyn, a modern house (sleeping four) in the small town of Fishguard and within easy walking distance of the town’s picturesque harbour and many amenities.   The cottage, which is furnished with baby essentials (as above) and has an enclosed garden, now costs £540 (saving £234) for seven nights throughout peak season.

For hassle-free holidays for families with toddlers call 01437 772754 or visit  www.toddlepembrokeshire.com

 

March 5, 2012

www.thewoofguide.co.uk – holidays for dogs and their owners

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting its special website – www.thewoofguide.co.uk – to dog owners planning their summer 2012 getaway.

The company, which has a stand at Crufts between 8-11 March, has hundreds of pet-friendly properties which have been specially reviewed – with a paw rating – for their suitability for five categories of pet, catering for everything from pups to pensioners.

The website also details beaches where dogs are welcome, pet-friendly restaurants and pubs, along with suggested walks throughout Pembrokeshire.

‘Pooch-friendly’ cottages on offer from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire include Coed Cadw Cottage, a traditional stone property in the Nevern Valley which has a large lawned garden, perfect for dogs to stretch their legs and play ball!

Up to two dogs are very welcome in this traditional cottage – which is suitable for dogs of all ages and abilities – and there are lovely walks nearby and plenty of beaches that have no dog restrictions.

A seven-night holiday in Coed Cadw Cottage – which sleeps six – costs, for example, £504 in mid-April, increasing to £878 in peak season.  A sum of £10 per week, per dog applies.

The company is also highlighting adjoining (by concealed and secure doors) pet-friendly Coed Cadw Farmhouse (sleeping four), which can be let separately or combined with Coed Cadw Cottage for large families and groups of friends.

For more information on Pembrokeshire cottages which are happy to accept holidaying dogs and their owners, call 01437 772760 or visit www.thewoofguide.co.uk


 

January 16, 2012

Family-friendly half-term holidays in Pembrokeshire

A wealth of family-friendly properties – offering lots of facilities and situated in a choice of coastal or countryside locations – is the offer this February half-term from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire.

These include Meadow Green Farm Cottages, a group of three renovated properties set in 22 acres of farmland, a 15-minute walk from the seaside village of Saundersfoot.

The farm has two enclosed fishing lakes, an outdoor play area, a woodland walk alongside a babbling brook, plus ‘the beach hut’, a well-stocked play room for children with books, games, toys and DVDs.  A seven-night half-term holiday from 11 February in, for example, Cornflower Cottage (sleeping four) costs £408.

Families with older children could opt for the Ivy Tower Holiday Village, a group of 19 privately-owned cottages where on-site shared facilities include heated indoor pool, sauna, fully-equipped gym and tennis.

The Village is situated in the historical village of St Florence and is just a short drive from the seaside town of Tenby. Just around the corner is the Manor House Wildlife Park –  Anna Ryder Richardson’s Welsh zoo – and also just a stroll away is the Heatherton Country Sports Park featuring riding, paintball, go-karts, laser clays and archery.

A seven-night half-term holiday from 11 February in, for instance, The Woolpack (sleeping six) costs £400.

For the widest choice of holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire, call 01437 772760 or take a look at www.coastalcottages.co.uk   

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