This beautifully converted granary holiday accommodation is situated along a quiet country lane close to the village of St Ishmaels, on the stunning Dale peninsula.
The Granary has been converted with skill and imagination to enhance all its original character.
There are numerous coves and sandy beaches along this stretch of rugged coast and both the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and Puffin Shuttle coastal bus are readily accessible.
Monk Haven beach and the tiny church of St Ishmaels are just a short walk. Dale Beach (excellent for sailing), Musselwick Sands (access viathe Coastal Path), Martins Haven (boat trips to Skomer (Puffin) Island Nature Reserve) and Marloes Sands (a superb crescent of golden sand with beautiful rocky outcrops and wonderful cliffs) are all close-by.
This delightful single storey stone holiday barn provides comfortable accommodation and is situated along a quiet country road just a few minutes walk from the beach at Sandy Haven and the Pembrokeshire coast path.
Situated in 40 acres of farmland (no animals), the property enjoys beautiful rural views and sea glimpses and has a delightful walled garden for your use.
St Ishmaels, Dale, Milford Haven and Broad Haven are all easy to get to from the cottage.
The coastline close-by is spectacular with lovely beaches at Dale, Marloes and Musselwick as well as the famous bird islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm.
Black Rock Boathouse provides a wonderful holiday location right on the water front at Dale beach in Pembrokeshire.
Dale is famous for it's watersports with sailing and windsurfing being very popular here. At the end of the bay is St Anne's Head with a lighthouse that guides shipping into Milford Haven Waterway.
Marloes beach is close by and you can take a boat trip from Martins Haven to the bird islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm where you will see numerous breeds including Puffins, Gannets, Shearwaters and Choughs. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is right outside the property and begs to be walked.
The Griffin pub (some 500 meters walk) serves good food and has a good selection of drinks on offer. Check with cottage owner for seasonal closures.
Situated opposite the beach at Broad Haven in Pembrokeshire, this first and second floor maisonette accommodation in a converted coach house provides an ideal holiday location; just over the road from the beach and close to the village amenities. Hafod has been completely renovated with new kitchen, bathrooms and all new furnishings.
The golden sands of Broad Haven beach stretch for about half a mile and at low tide you can walk around to the next bay at Little Haven. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is easily accessible and the property overlooks a nature reserve inhabited by various species of bird and wildlife.
Wow! This very stylish accommodation makes a fabulous destination for a holiday by the Pembrokeshire seaside.
It is situated just a few yards from a long sandy blue flag beach perfect for surfing, windsurfing, walking & bathing. This stretch of coast has some stunning scenery and delightful coves and bays to explore.
The newly built house has many contemporary and eco-friendly features (Solar panels heat the hot water (with oil) and rain water is harvested for the WC) and a strong architectural feel whilst being both comfortable and relaxing.
There are pubs and restaurants within walking distance both in Broad Haven and the neighbouring village of Little Haven.
This comfortable holiday cottage is situated in Marloes village less than a mile from the stunning golden sands of Marloes Beach, Musselwick Sands and is just 2 miles from Dale.
The island of Gateholm is accessible at low tide and the Pembrokeshire coastal path is easily joined.
This stretch of coast is stunningly beautiful with glorious views of the bird islands of Skokholm and Skomer. There are regular island boat trips from nearby Martin's Haven to see the Puffins, Gannets and Shearwaters on Skomer.
Marloes has a village pub (The Lobster Pot), Church, shop and summer cafe so most needs are catered for, Milford Haven is 9 miles and Haverfordwest is 12 miles.
This holiday cottage is situated in St Ishmaels - a small village between Dale and Milford Haven.
There are numerous stunning beaches such as Marloes, Sandy Haven, Lindsway Bay and Musselwick to explore and you can catch the small ferryboat to Skomer from Martins Haven, to see puffins and shearwaters.
The coastal path can be accessed easily and this little fisherman's cottage makes a perfect base for a couple or small family wishing to enjoy this beautiful part of Pembrokeshire.
As an added bonus there is a pub withing 200 yards of the cottage .
This newly renovated "upside down" holiday cottage is just yards from Little Haven Beach makes a perfect holiday destination.
Little Haven is a small fishing village on the Pembrokeshire coastal path and in the heart of the National Park. The picturesque village has 3 pubs, all of which serve good food and Broad Haven has a well-stocked store, surf shop and pub - it is just 5 minutes by car or a 20 minute stroll along the lane - at low tide you can even walk along the beach to Settlands and Broad Haven beaches.
The coastal bus passes through the village and enables you to walk a different stretch of the Pembrokeshire Coastal path each day. If you can tear yourself away from the cottage, some other places to visit within a half hour drive are: Newgale Beach, St Davids, Solva, Dale, Nolton Haven, Pembroke and Whitesands.
This pretty stone holiday cottage, originally a Pembrokeshire Longhouse, is just outside Caerfarchell - a peaceful hamlet just two miles from Solva and 3 from St Davids in the Pembrokeshire National Park. Enjoying a very peaceful location with two other cottages, you can be sure of a relaxing and restful holiday here.
The coastal path is easy to access at Solva where you will also find a selection of good eateries, galleries, pubs and the gorgeous harbour.
St Davids is Britain's smallest city and the cathedral is well worth a visit as are the many individual shops, artists, galleries and delicatessens.
Whitesands beach and Newgale beach are within 5 miles and offer lovely walking, bathing, surfing and birdwatching.
The coastal path offers miles of stunning walks to Abereiddi, Porthgain, Strumble Head and Newgale to name but a few.
This stylish detached upside down property is finished and furnished to a very high standard throughout. Newly built and set back off the Marloes beach road at the end of the village, this house is a fabulous holiday destination in the Pembrokeshire National Park.
There is a stunning panoramic view over the fields of the dramatic coastline from St Davids right round to Solva and Newgale. Marloes village has a friendly pub called The Lobster Pot as well as The Clockhouse cafe.
The much photographed Marloes Sands is just a 3/4 mile walk away and has a huge expanse of golden sand at low tide.
The coastal bus can be hailed right outside the house and you can catch the Dale Princess boat to Skomer Island from Martins Haven just a couple of miles away. There is a village shop in Marloes.