COASTAL VILLAGE BUNGALOW
Sleeps: 4 +cot.
Sorry no pets.
Visit Wales: 4 Star.
Low season £240 - £260 pw.
Mid season £350 - £450 pw.
High season £550 - £675 pw.
For further details please contact:
Tel: 01437 763732
Mobile: 07901 630349
Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapThis recently built bungalow is situated in a quiet residential close in the village of Broad Haven within 200 yards of the wide sandy Blue Flag beach. It offers comfortable and convenient accommodation for couples or families wishing to enjoy a traditional beach holiday or as a central base for exploring the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
19 Apr, 3 May, 17 May
- 2 Bedrooms: 1 double bedroom. 1 twin bedroom.
- W.C bathroom: bath with shower over bath.
- The modern fitted kitchen contains electrical appliances including microwave, fridge, oven, hob, and washing machine. There is a full range of matching crockery, utensils and glasses.
- The open plan living room with oak laminate flooring contains a sofa, armchairs, antique Welsh dresser and circular pine dining table and chairs. TV/DVD is provided there is also a CD /radio. The general decor is light and airy.
- All heating, bedding, towels etc. are included. Beds are made up ready. There are NO extra charges. The property sleeps 4 people maximum plus a baby in cot. A cot and high chair can be provided at no extra charge if requested in advance.
- Property heated by Economy 7 electricity storage and convector heaters.
- The Bungalow is carefully prepared for your arrival. The exacting standards of the Visit Wales annual Star Grading inspection assures visitors that facilities, equipment and upkeep are vigorously maintained.
- No Smoking / No Pets.
- The kitchen door leads to an enclosed lawned garden with picnic bench.
- Beyond a level paved path is the parking area where there are spaces for up to two cars.
- A lockable garden shed provides storage for bikes or surfboards.
- The front door opens to a small garden leading to a pedestrian way to the beach.
Pembrokeshire's traditional description "the land of magic and enchantment" perfectly captures the qualities of its outstanding coastline. From Tenby in the south to National Park. It's an extraordinary beautiful place, with everything from towering cliffs to sheltered harbours; huge beaches to wooded creeks. It's also a haven for wildlife. Seals swim in its clear waters; wildflowers grow on the cliffs and seabirds nest in huge numbers on the coast and on the island nature reserves.
Westwards from the Severn Crossing, take the M4 to Carmarthen then A40 to Hverfordwest. Follow signs to Broad Haven (6 miles). From the North follow the A487 from Cardigan. After Eglwyswrw branch left onto B4329 to Haverfordwest. From Rosslair, Ireland - there are regular car ferry services to Fishguard and the Port of Pembroke. By train: railway station at Haverfordwest. There are frequent buses between Havefordwest and Broad Haven. Seasonal coastal buses access National Park Coast.
Pembrokeshire's stunning coastal beauty extends inland to the Preseli Hills, on open expanse of highland scattered with mysterious prehistoric sites.
Away from the coast you'll discover a host of places to visit. Heritage sites such as St. Davids Cathedral and Pembroke Castle, the bustling traditional resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot and exciting attractions and activities - Oakwood Adventure Park, Folly Farm, and Hetherton's Sports to name just a few.
Haverfordwest Golf Club - 10 mins drive.
Milfordhaven Golf Club - 10 mins drive.
The village post office, Londis store and off-licence is a short walk along the promenade. The Galleon pub is lively and friendly with bar snacks and meals. There is also a Surf shop and a cafe. Nearby Little Haven has a number of good restaurants.