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July 8, 2019

August Bank Holiday deals from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

August Bank Holiday breaks – many reduced in price and an ideal opportunity to grab a last-minute holiday before the start of the autumn school term – are being featured by Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire.

Properties on offer include Middle Hill Cottage, now priced at £787 for seven nights from 24 August, a reduction of £87.  This pretty cottage, sleeping four in two bedrooms, is set on the side of a valley overlooking the seaside village of Amroth and just a few minutes’ walk leads to its glorious sandy beach.

In the village of Trefin and within walking distance of Aberfelin cove and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, is Gwestyr Wennol, a spacious property sleeping six in three bedrooms and with two sitting rooms.  A short drive of around 15 minutes leads to the tiny city of St Davids or the market town of Fishguard.  A seven-night holiday from 24 August is now priced at £886, saving £87.

Or perched above the cliffs at St Ann’s Head is Trinity Cottage, a traditional stone property carefully renovated and retaining many original features such as beams, high ceilings and exposed stonework.  It sleeps four in two bedrooms and from its lawned garden there are stunning views across the headland and sea.  It is set directly on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and nearby is the village of Dale.  A week’s holiday from 24 August now costs £850, a reduction of £95.

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

June 20, 2019

Large properties at peak season – great for two families or groups of friends

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting a selection of large properties this peak season, perfect for a couple of families or a group of friends planning a holiday together.

These include, for example, Strawberry Gardens, a spacious detached house with sea views over Carmarthen Bay, situated in the seaside village of Penally.  It sleeps eight in four bedrooms (two en suite) and both the sitting and dining rooms have sliding doors to a balcony which enjoys lovely views towards Caldey Island.  A 10-minute walk leads to Tenby South beach and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.  A week-long holiday in peak season costs £1699.

Near the village of Hayscastle, is Hayscastle Farmhouse, a beautifully renovated property sleeping 12 in five bedrooms and with two sitting rooms, making it perfect for large gatherings.  A large lawn and an enclosed play area surround the house and guests are welcome to enjoy a farm walk which include lakeside and riverbanks, a duck pond and badger setts.  A number of magnificent beaches are within easy reach including St Brides Bay and Newgale.  Seven nights in peak season is priced at £1735.

Or, in the Pembrokeshire National Park, Anchorage is a pair of stone cottages – demolished and rebuilt using the existing stone – resulting in a spacious modern house with character.  It nestles in two acres of grounds in the sheltered valley of Sandy Haven and is just 50 yards from the water at high tide, making it ideal for boating and kayaking.  It sleeps 10 in five bedrooms (two en suite) and costs £1958 for a week’s holiday in peak season.

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

June 13, 2019

Peak season discounts from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is offering savings at selected properties throughout peak season.

Properties on offer include Butterhill Grange, a magnificent historic Grade II listed mansion near the picturesque village of St Ishmaels.   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, plus an acre of grounds with woodland. A walk of around 25 minutes leads to the sea and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.  A week’s holiday in peak season is now priced at £3392, saving £598.

Smaller properties reduced in price include Rose Cottage in the village of Square and Compass, situated between St Davids and the bustling harbour town of Fishguard.  This snug property sleeps four in two bedrooms and is full of character with white-washed walls and original beams.  Footpaths across fields lead to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and the pretty bays of Abercastle and Aberfelin are just two miles away.  A week throughout peak season now costs £559, saving £240.

Or, enjoying an idyllic location in an unspoilt valley and the sea just 300 yards away, is the Long House at Ceibwr Bay.  It sleeps up to four people and has one double bedroom and a mezzanine bedroom with twin beds in the eaves, ideal for children. This detached stone property retains many original features and has stone walls, A-frame beams and an inglenook fireplace.  A short drive leads to the historic town of Newport and it is perfectly placed for exploring the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.  Seven nights in peak season now cost £744, a reduction of £174.

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

March 20, 2019

Pembrokeshire cliff-top ‘Huf Haus’ property with an infinity pool makes its debut

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire continues to expand its portfolio of holiday homes with additions including Kingswood, a stunning ‘Huf Haus’ property with a heated infinity freshwater swimming pool perched above North Cliff in Tenby.

This contemporary property, which sleeps eight people in four bedrooms (one en suite and with a sauna), is set in three acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and its floor to ceiling windows maximise the magnificent sea views from virtually every room.  It is airy and spacious with a huge open-plan living area which leads onto paved terraces and there is a second sitting room complete with a piano.   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 in 2019 starts at £1240, increasing to £3990 in peak season.

Also making its debut is Chandler’s Cottage, a carefully restored property in Laugharne set on the estuary of the River Taff and former home of poet Dylan Thomas.  This beautifully furnished cottage sleeps eight in four bedrooms (one en suite) and has terraced gardens with a hot tub.  Shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants – along with the Dylan Thomas’ Boathouse, now a heritage centre – are on the doorstep and a drive of around ten miles leads to the glorious Pendine beach.  A week in 2019 is priced from £800, rising to £1999 in peak season.

Or, with four beaches on the doorstep, is Lower Anchorage, a four-storey house set above the harbour in the seaside town of Tenby.  This spacious property sleeps eight in four bedrooms and its first-floor open-plan living space – with large sash windows and a window seat – enjoys panoramic sea views.  Everything is walking distance – including a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants – and there is also the opportunity to catch a boat from the harbour for a spot of mackerel fishing or to Caldey Island, home to the Cistercian monks.  A seven-night holiday in 2019 starts at £685, increasing to £1990 in peak season.

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

February 20, 2019

Easter with Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire…

With Easter now on the horizon, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting a wealth of holiday homes in a choice of coastal or countryside locations.

For families who love the seaside, The Rath – sleeping six – enjoys a stunning location above the beach in Saundersfoot.  Its location means the views are superb and these can be enjoyed from the dual aspect sitting room, the terrace and two of the bedrooms.  A short walk leads to the shops, pubs and restaurants in this seaside village, along with the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and the beach where water sports are on offer.  A seven-night break from the 13 or 20 April is priced at £1152.

Tucked away in woodland in the grounds of the Trefloyne Golf Course is Norchard, a quality timber-framed contemporary holiday home sleeping seven in three bedrooms (one en suite).  Countryside views can be enjoyed from the wrap-around verandah on the ground floor and the large balcony which leads from the first-floor sitting room.  Golfers are welcome to bring their clubs and try their hand on this picturesque course or, for a day on the beach, Tenby is less than a mile away.  A week’s holiday from 13 or 20 April costs £932.

Or for couples who fancy an Easter getaway, The Grapes is a small detached cottage for two tucked away in the seaside village of Penally just a mile from Tenby.  To the front of this cosy cottage – with an open-plan living area with a vaulted ceiling and A-frame beams – is a terrace with views across the sea and Caldey Island.   There is a pub, restaurant and well-stocked village shop within walking distance and a stroll of around 20 minutes’ leads to Tenby’s South Beach.  A seven-night holiday from 13 or 20 April is priced at £477.

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

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