Awel y Môr is a delightful semi-detached house set in the heart of the village of Stackpole. Deceptively spacious, it is comfortably furnished throughout in a contemporary style complemented by pieces by renowned Welsh artists. The large, modern fitted kitchen is ideal for preparing family meals and opens to the garden, while the dual aspect lounge has a wood burning stove for those chillier evenings, French doors open to a paved patio and enclosed, lawned garden - a south facing sheltered spot to enjoy an alfresco meal and for children to play. Stairs lead up to the welcoming bedrooms above, some with rural views.
There is a village pub, The Stackpole Inn, highly recommended for food, within walking distance. Walk directly from the house to Stackpole Quay, a sheltered harbour popular with kayakers who discover the hidden caves and cliffs. Join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path taking you to Barafundle Beach or the popular sandy beach of Broad Haven South to really appreciate the beauty of this coastline. Routes take you round the beautiful Bosherston Lily Ponds, part of the former Stackpole Estate now run by the National Trust. You can also explore the ancient woodlands with its varied flora and fauna, if you can tear yourself away from the glorious coastline and beautiful beaches which abound.
A wonderful holiday home for family and friends to get together, whatever the time of year.
Ground Floor: Glazed porch, hall, kitchen, dining room, lounge, shower room/whb/wc.
First Floor: Bathroom/whb/wc, double room/king size bed/ensuite shower room/whb/wc, twin room, double room.
Parking: 2 spaces on drive.
Facilities: Electric hob and oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, TV/DVD player, 2nd TV, WiFi, towels for hire @ £3 per person, per week, barbecue, garden furniture, summerhouse.
Heating: Oil central heating, wood burning stove - starter pack provided.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & Oil: £25 per week Oct - April, free May - Sept.
This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.
Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.
The property is in a small village a few miles outside Pembroke. Stackpole’s only amenity is a gastro pub called ‘The Stackpole Inn’, which is a few hundred metres uphill from the house. The village is on a slight slope. Parking is adjacent to the property. 2 cars can be parked in the driveway with the front door next to the driveway. The back door is only a short distance from the driveway. The front door is covered with a porch and has 2 steps up to it, one 15cm and the other one 20cm high. The width of the door is 76cm. The back door also has 2 steps, one 15cm and one 20cm high. The width of the door is 73cm. Both front and back doors open inwards. The patio door is at the rear of the property and has 2 steps, one 15cm high and the other one 20cm high. The width of patio door is 108cm and it opens outwards. There is no stair lift in the property, but there is a handrail on the staircase. The steps are 80cm wide. There are no obstacles or steps between the rooms on the ground floor. There is a downstairs shower room. There are no support rails. All internal doors on the ground floor are 76cm wide. There are 2 double rooms (one being en suite) and one twin room. All the doors are 76cm wide. The main bathroom has a bath, but no shower. There are no support rails. The main bathroom on the ground floor contains a shower. The hall and landing are 1 metre wide. Work surfaces are 90cm high. The back door is 73cm wide. The kitchen table is 90cm high and has 4 high revolving chairs. The back garden is mostly lawn. The main items in the garden are a shed (locked) and the oil tank. Both are at the rear of the garden. There are 2 external security lights, one over the front door and the other above the kitchen window at the rear of the property. It is possible to reach the property via public transport and the bus stop is at the end of the road next to the BT phone box. Driving to the property is straightforward, and Pembroke, the nearest town, is about 3 miles away. General information is provided in the blue folder in the dining room, which contains information about the house, manuals for appliances and tourist information for the area. There is a telephone in the property. Please check with your service provider regarding mobile coverage for the area.
We thoroughly enjoyed our restful week here, the house was very comfortable and well equipped the fire was enjoyed by all as was the bacon butties in the garden ideal for exploring Pembrokeshire, defiantly an all favourite .
Perfect !! thank you for sharing your comfortable and extremely well equipped home with us, we had a great time exploring the area and sampling the wonderful food at the Stackpole inn , love your art work throughout the house.
We have had an fantastic week of glorious late September sunshine and thoroughly enjoyed the stunning landscape coastal walks and big beautiful beach , the house is fantastic and had everything we needed thank you.
A brilliant week thank you , one learnt to love the rain and embrace the sunshine when we saw it a beautiful place!
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