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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

March 14, 2019

Easter savings from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire…

For families keen to bag a bargain break in the glorious scenery of West Wales, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting a selection of properties now reduced in price.

These include Harbour View in the seaside village of Angle, one of a terrace of four dating back to the 19th century and historically linked with the local lifeboat being originally a home for the crew.  The house, which sleeps six, retains Victorian features and has been sympathetically and comfortably furnished. Its location – virtually on the water’s edge and on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path – makes it ideal for families and keen walkers looking for an Easter getaway.  A week from 13 or 20 April now costs £492, saving £82.

Just a short walk from the beautiful beach at Lydstep Haven is The Glen, a spacious house – designed along the Arts & Crafts style – sleeping seven in four bedrooms. It is set in a beautifully planted garden with a paved terrace and a large lawn and the front of the house enjoys sea and countryside views.  The friendly village pub is within walking distance and just three miles away is the bustling seaside town of Tenby, with its picturesque harbour, glorious beaches and small shops and restaurants.  Seven nights from 13 or 20 April are now priced at £784, a reduction of £134.

Or, enjoying a superb position on the peaceful Strumble Head peninsula, is Ty Uchaf Mill, an extended and beautifully converted property sleeping four in two bedrooms and full of character with beams, white-washed walls and exposed stonework.  A walk of around 300 yards leads to one of the finest views on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and a choice of sandy beaches are just a short drive away.  Also nearby is the bustling harbour town of Fishguard, with its shops, pubs and restaurants.  A week from 13 or 20 April now costs £505, saving £75.

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

March 6, 2019

It’s a dog’s life says Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

For families with dogs keen to source a truly pet-friendly property for their annual holiday, Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire is highlighting its dog-friendly website – www.thewoofguide.com – which is a valuable resource for families planning a stress-free break with their pooch.

The website features cottages which are genuinely happy to accept dogs – and goes the ‘extra mile’ to welcome them – and lists them for their suitability for five categories of pet ranging from pups to pensioners. Details of beaches where dogs are welcome, walking route suggestions and restaurants where four-legged friends are well-received are also provided.

Pets – and their owners – are assured of a warm welcome at Willowcot Cottage (sleeping two) where dogs are greeted with their own ‘hamper’ of treats, towels and blankets and their owners  with wine, Welsh cakes and chocolates!

This cosy property – situated in the village of Talbenny in the Pembrokeshire National Park – has the all-important enclosed garden and for water loving dogs the nearby beach at Broad Haven has a dog friendly area to explore whatever the time of year.  A seven-night holiday in April starts at £480, rising to £750 in peak season.

Another pet-friendly property is Arch Barn, a former granary situated in rolling countryside in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and only three miles from Barafundle Bay which welcomes dogs year-round.  The area is criss-crossed with footpaths and a walk of around one mile leads to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.  This smart property sleeps six in three bedrooms and is full of character with beams and a log burning stove.  Dogs are provided with their own little goodie box complete with treats, bowls and towels.  A week at the end of April is priced at £710, rising to £1329 in peak season.

The above cottages both accept two pets at a cost of £10 each.

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

March 4, 2019

More new cottages ‘just for two’ from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire continues to expand its selection of cottages ‘just for two’ with Y Sied making its debut for 2019.

This pretty stone cottage – located on the edge of the seaside town of Newport – has been carefully converted from a stone barn with a traditional Pembrokeshire roof to create accommodation full of character with slate floors and oak A-frame beams. A stroll of around 10 minutes leads to small shops, restaurants and galleries, along with Parrog Beach and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.  A seven-night holiday in 2019 starts at £400, rising to £600 in peak season.

Another romantic bolthole for two making its debut is Woodview, a delightful retreat set in the owner’s woodland garden – with wild flowers, mature trees and flowering shrubs – in The Rhos, a village near the market town of Haverfordwest. Keen bird-watchers will enjoy the many visitors to the garden including woodpeckers. nuthatches, jays and pheasants and guests are welcomed with complimentary honey from the hives at the bottom of the grounds.  A week-long holiday in 2019 starts at £380, increasing to £680 in peak season.

Or, in the small hamlet of Warren near Castlemartin is Little Comfort, a spacious stone cottage with a woodburning stove, making it an ideal holiday retreat whatever time of year.  Visitors are welcome to explore the owner’s garden with its ducks, chicken and pygmy goats or relax on their own terrace with far reaching views of the sea.  Nearby attractions include the Bosherton Lily Ponds, numerous beaches such as Barafundle and Broadhaven South and the historic town of Pembroke.  A seven-night holiday in 2019 starts at £390, increasing to £640 in peak season.

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

February 21, 2019

The Ultimate Beach House at Easter from Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire

Easter short breaks in Waterwynch House – a magnificent and historic beach house overlooking Waterwynch Bay and sleeping 28 people in 11 luxurious en suite bedrooms – are being featured by Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire.

This fabulous property – ideal for extended families or groups of friends looking for the ultimate in magnificent beachside accommodation – is full of character with sweeping staircases, high ceilings, glittering chandeliers and large windows.

It is set in 10 acres of gardens and has five elegant reception rooms – including a Great Hall which runs the length of the house – a billiard room, an arts and craft studio, a fitness room, a therapy studio and, for budding musicians, a music room.

In addition to magnificent sea views from the house and its terraces, guests can also enjoy terrific vistas of the night sky from the glass-roofed Sky Room.

At low tide guests can walk to the walled seaside town of Tenby or take to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path enjoying stunning coastal views.

A four-night Easter break starting on 15 or 19 April costs £6,100, equating to £218 per person, based on maximum occupancy.

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

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