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November 13, 2018

Christmas and New Year savings from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire has announced savings on Christmas and New Year holidays at selected properties in stunning seaside locations.

These include, for example, Bangeston Barn, a superb conversion just 750 metres from East Angle Bay in the Pembrokeshire National Park.  This quality, eco-friendly cottage sleeps six in three bedrooms and is packed with character and style including lime washed walls, oak beams and a woodburning stove.  It enjoys a quiet and peaceful location and the ancient woodland neighbouring the barn is a haven for wildlife and birds.  A week’s holiday from 21 December is now priced at £694 (saving £167) or seven nights from 28 December now costs £859 (a reduction of £209).

Prices at Little Folly and Lower Folly – two cottages which can be let individually or booked together for larger groups – have also been reduced.

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 from 21 December is now priced at £1223 (saving £132) or a week from 28 December now costs £1381 (a reduction of £150).

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 from 21 December is now priced at £583 (saving £62) or seven nights from 28 December now cost £691 (a reduction of £74).

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

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

July 19, 2018

Keeping Faith with Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

Already a huge success on BBC Wales and a massive iPlayer hit, Keeping Faith – a Carmarthen-set thriller series – has now hit the screens of BBC1 each Thursday evening.

The drama stars Eve Myles as Faith.  She is a lawyer, wife and mother who is drawn into a mystery when her husband and business partner, Evan, disappears.

It does for Carmarthenshire (where most of it was filmed) what Broadchurch did for Dorset. Filming was mainly around Laugharne – a town on the south coast and was once the home to the poet Dylan Thomas – the beautiful town of Carmarthen, plus locations along the jaw-dropping coastline.

For those who wish to explore Carmarthenshire, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire – located just across the county border – features a selection of properties including, for example, The Great House.  This is a superbly restored grand Georgian town house in Laugharne – with an outdoor heated swimming pool – which sleeps 10.  Prices for seven nights in September start at £1345.

Or Ty Dyffryn is a beautiful barn conversion set in 35 acres of park and farmland on the edge of the Brechfa Forest and just a 10-minute drive from Carmarthen.  It sleeps four in two bedrooms and costs from £454 for a week’s holiday in September.

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

April 12, 2018

Short breaks at Early May Bank Holiday with Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

With Easter now behind us and for those looking forward to the next, Coastal Cottage of Pembrokeshire is highlighting short break packages to a choice of properties at early May Bank Holiday.

These include Bay View, a stylish apartment (sleeping five in three bedrooms) in a large Georgian house set in the heart of the seaside village of Manorbier.  This light and airy property – with an open-plan living area with a central woodburning stove – is furnished in a contemporary mix of modern and up-cycled furniture with a coastal theme.  A short stroll leads to an excellent sandy beach, the village shop, the local pub and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.  A three-night break from 4 May is priced at £341.

Or Hooper’s Cottage is a spacious detached stone property in the village of Orlandon, carefully re-furbished throughout with exposed stone beams, an open fire and oak flooring.  It sleeps up to 10 in four bedrooms (two en suite) and from it sitting room French doors lead to an enclosed walled garden.  A 15-minute walk leads to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and the sheltered cove of St Brides.  A three-night stay from 4 May costs £593.

With panoramic views across Carmarthen Bay and just a two-minute walk from the beach at Saundersfoot is White Sails, a smart property (sleeping six in three bedrooms) with stunning vistas from its front glass edged terrace. A short stroll leads to the centre of this picture-postcard village with its independent shops, pubs and restaurants.  Three nights from 4 May cost £605.

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 9, 2018

New Year, new cottages…

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire continues to expand its portfolio of properties with additions for 2018 including Beachways, a spacious cottage just yards from the beach in the seaside village of Little Haven.

The cottage, which sleeps eight in four bedrooms, has been renovated throughout in a contemporary, minimalistic style with a beach theme and the sitting room has a wood burning stove and a window seat overlooking the bay.  There is a raised decked roof terrace with sea views and a passageway gives direct access – away from cars – to the beach which is great for swimming and sailing enthusiasts.  Pubs, cafes and restaurants are all on the doorstep.  A seven-night holiday in 2018 starts at £625, increasing to £1799 in peak season.

Or, just across the road from the beach at Amroth, is Black Hall Cottage, a detached stone property with every room enjoying superb sea views over Carmarthen Bay.  This carefully renovated property sleeps six in three bedrooms (one en suite) and, in addition to being just steps from miles of sandy beach, is situated on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path which is the perfect way to appreciate this magnificent coastline.  Nearby is the medieval walled seaside town of Tenby, with its cobbled streets, shops, bars, galleries and restaurants.  A week’s break in 2018 starts at £570, increasing to £1640 in peak season.

Tucked away on a seven acre smallholding in the Pembrokeshire countryside is Highfields Cottage, a detached property surrounded by fields where children and pets are welcome to explore.  The cottage – with an open-plan living space and woodburning stove – sleeps six in three bedrooms and is less than a mile from the medieval town of Pembroke, with its impressive castle, shops, pubs and restaurants.  Beaches, within a short drive, include Barafundle Bay, Freshwater West and West Angle Bay.  A week’s holiday in 2018 starts at £390, rising to £814 in peak season.

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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