Camrose Mill, a grade 2 listed, 16th Century mill which has been lovingly restored with the original sack hoist, water wheel and its machinery retained.
The Mill is comfy yet simply furnished with a family bedroom on the ground floor, stairs lead up to the open-plan living space with exposed beams and wooden shutters while the wood burner ensures a cosy retreat. Camrose stream, leat, waterfall and ancient motte, which are crisscrossed by pathways and footbridges, surround Camrose Mill, which is located within a Special Site of Scientific Interest and Environmentally Sensitive Area.
The area is a wildlife haven with otters and birdlife, the perfect place for wildlife enthusiasts, this really is a unique holiday home for those looking to escape and appreciate nature, yet it is within easy reach of some glorious beaches or the bustling town of Haverfordwest with all its facilities.
Property is not suitable for those with walking difficulties.
Extensive unfenced streams and footbridges around the mill so care is required.
No baby equipment provided you are welcome to bring your own.
Babes in arms and children over 7 years old only.
Please note that the second bedroom is a crog loft galleried over the lounge.
Ground Floor: Hall, step up to family room/double/single bed, shower room/whb/wc.
First Floor: Open plan sitting/dining/kitchenette. Galleried crog loft/accessed by fixed wooden ladder/2 single beds.
Parking: 2 cars.
Facilities: Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washer/dryer, NO TV RECEPTION - TV supplied for playing DVDs and videos only, music system, WiFi, garden benches.
Pets: 1 - £15 per pet per week/short break
Pet Notes: 1 small well behaved - please keep on lead due to wildlife.
Heating: Electric heating, woodburner.
Fuel Charges: Electricity FREE.
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.
Watermill with associated water channels. Access is through a fire-bar wooden gate directly off a minor road, into a large gravelled drive. Drive is mostly level and may hold 2/3 cars. Turning in drive is easy if parking is organised. Wide door into property, 15 cms step up in hallway. Downstairs hallway, one bedroom, utility area, and shower room. Stairs to first floor – living room and kitchen all on same level. Wooden ladder-style steps to crog loft bedroom. Internal walls painted white, timber dark or painted red. Wireless broadband, intelligent Tv with remote, DVD/video and radio. Immediately in front of Mill is area with patio furniture. Approx 1 acre of garden area. Majority is uneven, natural and wild steep inclines, narrow riverside and leat-side paths and bridges, wooden steps. Includes SSSI/ESA (Site of Special Scientific Interest / European Sensitive Area). Part of site is steep-sided heritage motte and bailey castle (scheduled ancient monument) with large trees and natural undergrowth. Not close to public transport. Owner not present on arrival. One pet allowed provided kept well under control – protected wildlife on site.
Camrose Mill was a fantastic setting for our stay: gushing mill streams, historic features of the mill and beautiful paths surrounding the home, it couldn't get much better! In the area we visited the local towns, one of those being St Davids, a seaside 'city'. A rib station near there provided us the great satisfaction of a coat ride around Ramsey Island where we could take in the sights of RSPB wildlife, natural caves and rare plants. This was a spectacular journey out. We also went to Haverfordwest farmers market we had lots of fun buying food. We ate in the car and we watched the Irish Ferry come back and forth. Going back to the mill, George and I had so much fun playing temple run and jumping and running. George Hastings - Aged 10 Evie Hastings - Aged 8 Huge Thanks for a most enjoyable stay!
A very cosy stay at this wonderful mill cottage. The weather was kind and the coastline was beautiful. We love Tenby and the lovely setting of the Bishops Palace and wonderful Cathedral. Thank you so much.
What a special place - our thanks to the owners for giving life back to the mill and for allowing the beautiful area around to flourish for the wildlife and for letting us stay. We would like to come again.
A beautiful week in a tranquil setting. The memories of mostly sunny days backed by the sound of running streams and seasonal bird song. All this plus the mill with its historical background and timeless qualities. Hard to beat in many ways.
What a stunning and characterful cottage this is. Thank you so much for allowing us to stay here, it has been the perfect place for us to stay. Thank you again.
Ah the Peace! We've had a great week at this wonderful, fascinating place. It's the first time we've rented a cottage with its own nature reserve and historic monument. Thank You.
We thought the mill was charming and very sensitvely restored. We enjoyed the walk and luckily did that soon on arrival as the weather was wet and windy for the rest of the week. Managed a couple of days at the beach -body boarding at Nolton Haven and at Whitesands (St Davids) I particularly enjoyed the view at breakfast - four windows with nothing but greenery visable making it feel as if deep in the woods. We thought the Mill was very well equipped and welcoming.
Very lovely place, we thouroughly enjoyed it here, very homely. Thank you
We enjoyed an evening meal at the Cwtch in St Davids. and very fresh fish and chips at the cafe near the car park entrance at Broadhaven. something of a godsend after walking along the promenade in the rain and 30mph winds. Thanks - a magical spot and a lovely place to return to.
It really is a lovely place with great character. My daughter and family enjoyed downstairs rooms. On the whole really enjoyed.
We've had a lovely time here at the mill, its really comfortable and homey.
Another good holiday in Pembrokeshire! The setting was perfect and the cottage well eqquiped and cosy.
Another great holiday!! Unfortunately we didn't see any otters, but the fantastic views and the quirky mill made up for it. A holiday I will never forget!
Lovely little mill with a cosy fire
Congratulations Chris and Rosie, this is a unique and special self catering accomadation
We have enjoyed our stay here immensly. The Mill is a wonderful secluded hideaway, really quiet. The Restoration seems to be a great compromise, retaining both the old mechanical and functional aspects of the place while creating a charming comfortable home. Thank you so much for the privaledge of staying here.
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