Primrose Cottage is a detached traditional stone cottage that has been extended to a deceptively spacious holiday home in the village of Pen y Cwm, just above Newgale beach on the road to the tiny city of St Davids.
This charming cottage enjoys the most beautiful views of the coast and out to sea over St Brides Bay. Comfortably furnished to a high standard, enjoy relaxing in the second sitting room, where you can gaze over the fields and out to sea, French doors open to the sunny conservatory; soak up the wonderful aspect whatever the weather. This opens to the enclosed, split-level lawned garden with a paved terrace where you can enjoy an alfresco meal on a summer’s evening. The well-appointed traditional farmhouse-style kitchen has two steps which lead into the original part of the cottage with a further bedroom and shower room, the cosy lounge/diner here has a more traditional feel with exposed stonework, A-frame beams and large inglenook, enjoy cosying up round the wood burning stove on chillier evenings.
A gate from the garden leads directly onto a National Trust footpath taking you to a pretty secluded beach with sand and rock pools, at low tide you can walk round to the glorious Newgale beach popular with surfers. Alternatively, join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to explore this stunning coastline. In Newgale itself there is a beachside cafe, pub and water sports hire shop, so you can try your hand at a new sport all within walking distance. A 10 minute drive will take you to the picturesque harbour village of Solva with its selection of pubs, restaurants, shops and galleries to explore. While St Davids lies a little further on, its beautiful Cathedral and ruined Bishops Palace is well worth a visit and its pubs, shops and restaurants are highly recommended. To the east is Nolton beach, a horse ride on the beach will sure to be a highlight of any holiday, as well as visits to the seaside villages of Broad Haven and Little Haven.
Primrose Cottage is a delightful holiday cottage whatever the season.
Ground Floor: Glazed porch, hall, twin room, double room/king size bed, second sitting room, conservatory, bathroom/roll-top bath/shower attachment/whb/wc, kitchen, 2 steps up to hall, double room/king size bed, shower room/whb/wc, lounge/dining room.
Parking: 1 space on drive.
Facilities: Rangemaster 6 ring gas hob, double oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, TV, Smart TV, DVD player, music system/iPod dock, WiFi, garden furniture.
Heating: Oil central heating, wood burning stove.
Fuel Charges: Electricity Oil & Gas: £20 per week October - April, free May - September.
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 cottage is approached approximately 8 miles on good roads from Haverfordwest on A487. Space for one car on hardstanding which is accessed directly from the A487. Space for one car plus another small vehicle (e.g, small car, boat, motorbike). If another car is parked one car will be blocked in. Main entrance to cottage is accessed through wrought iron gate to porch with 4 inch step over door frame to enter porch. Twin room and double room/king size bed accessed via hallway from porch. Access to bathroom/whb/wc from door off hallway. Access to second sitting room and conservatory from hallway. Sitting room has 32 inch smart TV operated by remote control. Access to conservatory from sitting room and has lip between the two rooms. Both sitting room and conservatory benefit from natural and artificial light. Kitchen separates the bungalow end of property from the cottage end of property. Kitchen has extensive worktops and classic 90 range master cooker. The larger oven is gas and the small oven is electric. Microwave Oven is 900 Watt. Access to cottage part of the building through the kitchen has two 9 inch steps. The cottage has comfortable sitting area with 42 inch wall mounted TV offering free view channels and operated by remote control. DVD player recorder beneath TV. Cottage room has a large inglenook fireplace and dual fuel wood burning stove. Dining area in cottage has ceiling mounted lights and a table lamp provides extra lights for the dining area. Access to owner storage mezzanine in cottage is via a dog leg staircase – access to mezzanine is not permitted for guests. Access to second double room/king size bed and shower room is via the kitchen and the two 9 inch steps. Shower and second wc is accessed next to second double room/king size bed via double sliding doors providing a 32 inch space. Exit from conservatory into garden has three concrete steps 7–10 inches high, allowing access to enclosed, tiered, lawned garden with two wrought iron gates at each end of the building, and one wooden gate which gives access to the coastal path at the bottom of the garden. There is also a paved area at the back of the cottage accessed through the kitchen or from the side entrance to the garden down a 6 inch step. Access to the lower parts of tiered garden has five steps and access to coastal path at bottom of the garden has nine steep steps. Access to garden from the kitchen has one 9 inch step into open porch which has two six-inch steps to paved area around the back of cottage. Access to hard standing from cottage entrance has one step.
Really nice house, great view, wonderful time! Lovely, well stocked/appointed house. Newgale beach was wonderful and the breakfast at the ‘Sands’ café.
Fabulous week and comfortable stay. Explored many beaches and visited Amroth, Tenby, Marloes and St David’s. Thank you for a wonderful stay.
We were very comfortable at the cottage! Lovely location, especially the little beach at the back of the house! When the tide is out it’s fabulous. We’ll be back!
We had a fabulous 2 weeks at the cottage, great weather and lots of fun had on various beaches. Plus Hilton Court, Pembroke Castle, Picton Castle and the bug farm are all highly recommended. Thanks.
Lovely cottage, fully equipped for all our needs for the week. Beautiful location and easy to get around. Enjoyed the beaches all around St David’s, and also Lily ponds at Stackpole where we enjoyed an afternoon walk. Thank you, we had a super time!
Lovely holiday with some of the family. Mixed weather but no lack of things to see and do. Lovely beaches and scenery all around. Good return to the area we discovered 30 years ago.
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