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February 12, 2018

Easter breaks with Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is featuring a selection of cottages for Easter including, new for 2018, Afallon – a carefully renovated detached property in the pretty village of Mathry and just two miles from Abercastle and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.

The cottage, once the home and surgery of the village district nurse, sleeps four in two bedrooms and enjoys views across the garden and fields beyond.  It’s snug and cosy and, for lovers of the night sky, the nook on the landing is the perfect place for star gazing as the cottage sits in a designated dark sky area, with no light pollution. It’s also ideal for walking or cycling, with lots of footpaths and country lanes on the doorstep.  A seven-night holiday from 31 March or 7 April is priced at £520.

Also on offer is Norchard, a superb timber framed lodge on the wooded slopes of the Trefloyne Golf Club.  It sleeps seven in three bedrooms and on the ground floor there is a wrap around verandah and the first floor living room has floor to ceiling gable windows opening onto a balcony with glorious countryside views.  The walled seaside town of Tenby – with its beaches, shops, galleries and restaurants – is less than a mile away and golfers are welcome to bring their clubs to try their hand on this picturesque course.  A week’s holiday from 31 March or 7 April costs £932.

Or, for a couple of families, Pickleridge View is a beautifully renovated and extended property overlooking the seashore just outside the village of Dale.  It sleeps ten in five bedrooms (one en suite) and, as well as a beautifully-equipped kitchen that’s great for cooking for crowds, it  has two comfortable sitting rooms so there is lots of room to spread out.  The property is close to the tiny city of St Davids – with its Cathedral and Bishops Palace – and is ideally situated for whale and dolphin spotting trips, the sailing and windsurfing school at Dale and a choice of sweeping sandy beaches.  A seven-night holiday from 31 March or 7 April is priced at £1168.

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

January 14, 2015

‘Pop the question’ in Pembrokeshire on Valentine’s Day

For gentlemen set to propose this Valentine’s Day – and seeking a romantic location to ‘pop the question’ – Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire has come up with its ‘top five romantic locations’ to get down on one knee.

Romantic locations – guaranteed to ‘sweep a girl off her feet’ – are as follows:

1. St Govans Chapel: one of the most picturesque little 6th century hermits’ chapels in Britain, built into the cliff at St Govans and named after the saint who lived there so many centuries ago.

2. Barafundle Beach: a magnificent, secluded beach set between limestone cliffs and backed by dunes and woods which can only be reached by a cliff top walk.

3. Pembroke Castle: a magnificent building, birthplace of Henry Vll, where the 75 ft Great Keep offers panoramic views across the River Cleddau and surrounding countryside.

4. The Blue Lagoon at Aberieddy, – a former quarry, now flooded by the sea, with a beautiful sapphire hue due to the mineral content of the rocks.

5. The medieval ruins of the Bishops Palace in the tiny city of St Davids set in the tranquil valley of the River Alun, alongside the picturesque cathedral.

To match these romantic locations, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire, has a selection of equally romantic ‘love nests’, the perfect place to relax and celebrate.

These include The Granary, an early 19th century stone barn conversion, with a large open-plan living space with a central multi-fuel stove, arched windows and beams. This romantic property is on the edge of the village of Castlemartin and costs £535 for seven nights from 13 February.

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

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