Shepherds Cottage is a cosy, single storey barn conversion, very attractively furnished and ideally suited to a couple or small family. The log effect stove provides the character you would expect, but without the work. There is a children's play area, trampoline, games room with table tennis, pool table, WiFi and pay phone. The communal barbecue area includes a Scandinavian style cabin and there is also a hot tub to relax in after a busy day. Walk the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path or visit nearby picturesque St Brides Beach. For the more energetic try the watersports centre at Dale. Drive along the coast through Little Haven and Broad Haven to Newgale with its 2 miles of golden sands, then return to this warm cottage to relax and unwind.
One Level Accommodation - This denotes that a bedroom, bathroom or shower room, whb/wc, living area and kitchen are on one level - guests must check the property access statement on the website or request a copy via email to base their decision on, if this is important to your stay.
Upper Hoaten Cottages near St Brides are a family run enterprise, comprising a courtyard of beautifully restored old stone farm buildings. Whilst retaining the format of a traditional Pembrokeshire farmyard, each cottage has its own distinctive features with separate patio areas surrounded by shrubs and flowers. The enclosed forecourt overlooks a children's play area, well away from all cars. There is a games room with table tennis, pool table, WiFi and pay phone. The separate barbecue area includes a delightful Scandinavian style barbecue cabin, so meals can be enjoyed whatever the weather. There is a 10ft trampoline for the more energetic children and adults. Adjoining the courtyard is a hot tub where guests can relax after a busy day walking the coast path or visiting the spectacular nearby beaches at Marloes Sands and Broad Haven.
The cottages are surrounded by lovely open countryside yet are only minutes away from the charming coastal village of Little Haven, the windsurfing centre at Dale or the picturesque St Brides beach. A trip to Skomer Island is a must. These cottages are ideal for individuals whilst also providing the perfect venue for family groups or parties of friends who wish to get together in the evenings.
The perfect base to return to after a busy day.
Puffin shuttle stops at the crossroads so is an ideal way to explore the area.
For details of these 5 cottages please see 32457 Shepherds Cottage, 32455 Drovers Cottage, 32456 Ploughmans Cottage, 32458 Gamekeepers Cottage & 32459 Coachmans Cottage.
Ground Floor: Sitting/dining room, kitchen, family room/double/single/ensuite bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc.
Facilities: Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, TV, DVD player, portable radio/CD player, picnic table. Communal barbecue cabin, hot tub, WiFi available in communal games room & in the cottage, payphone in games room, play area, trampoline.
Pets: 2 - £15 per pet per week/short break
Pet Notes: Yes.
Heating: Oil central heating, electric log effect stove.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & Oil: £15 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.
Upper Hoaten Cottages are located on a B-road. Cars can be parked on the tarmaced area at the top of the car park on the left. Cars can be parked on the tarmaced area directly outside the door of the cottage. Enter cottage over 4” doorstep to kitchen with tiled floor. Wall-mounted boiler is also in kitchen and central heating and hot water can be set to suit guest’s own requirements. Through from kitchen is sitting/dining room which has a log-effect electric fire, a 28” flat screen TV and DVD player, both operated by remote control. The bedroom adjoins this, with double and single bed. Another door leads to en suite bathroom – bath with overhead shower/whb/wc. There are no internal steps and all doors are standard width. The cottage is well-lit throughout with natural and electric light. A glazed door leads from the sitting room to your patio area with picnic table. The sloping gravelled courtyard in front is enclosed, so children can play safely, well away from the car park area. There is a children’s play area, a games room and barbecue area with barbecue cabin all within the courtyard. There is internet access in the cottage and WiFi connection in the games room at the bottom of the forecourt. A trampoline is also on site, but children must be supervised at all times, with only one person on the trampoline at a time. There is also a spa hot tub on site. Access is through a hand gate at the top of the courtyard. There are steps into the hot tub itself. There is a cover on the hot tub when not in use. Children using the hot tub must be supervised. NB: Children under three should not be taken into the hot tub, as they cannot cope with the temperature of the water for any length of time. Puffin shuttle buses can be hailed just a few hundred yards from the cottages, with drop off points around the coast in both directions.
Our third visit and definitely the best. After a wet start the weather was good. Grandsons loved the trampoline and we all enjoyed the new barbeque but Marloes still our favourite beach, worth the walk.
Really enjoyed our stay here, cottage immaculate and like a home from home. Our 5 year old loved Folly Farm and exploring and all the lovely beaches and rock pools. Hope to be back next year with our extended family.
Very plesant short break - returned to this area after 40 years and pleased to find it still unspoiled. Accomodation well equipped. All very peaceful as well.
We completed a further section of the Coast Path from Solva to Milford Haven. Wonderful walking in magnificent scenery and warm sunshine. Appreciated the warmth and cosyness of Shepherds Cottage. Some good meals at The Castle , Little Haven. The Griffin in Dale and Eva's Bistro in Broad Haven. Hope the guests who follow enjoy their stays as much.
We really enjoyed staying in the cottage it was really cosy. We just want to say thank you.
An absolutely delightful cottage - thank you for making thank you for making it so welcoming - the welsh cakes went down down a treat. Though we only live in Cardigan it has been a really restfull break and we can return 'up north' fully re-charged. Wonderful!!
Thank you for a lovely stay. The accommodation and facilities are a credit to you, very clean comfortable and cosy. We definately intend coming back. Its a perfect base here for exploring the lovely coves and beaches which are all so nearby. The perfect dog walking holiday.
We have enjoyed our stay here despite the disappointing weather. We made the most of the couple of sunny days we had and toured the area which is quite familiar to us as we have stayed here several times before, and always look forward to our holidays here and enjoy returning to this lovely area
We found this a very comfortable and well equipped cottage. The complex is great and was a perfect environmentfor a cosy retreat with the dogs. Never had a holiday in Pembrokeshire before - enjoyed exploring Marloes, St Davids, Fishguard and Manorbier plus Newgale - lovely!! Thank you for our welsh cakes at the start of our holiday and a warm welcome. We have found this a relaxing break right from the start and have hada wonderful time. Our neighbours were smashing too. Best wishes
We have had a lovely time once again at the cottages. All the family are in each cottage and we all congrgate in the largest one. This year we have tried coasteering which was brilliant (Celtic Quest) kayaking, body boarding,at St Davids. We have had a great time and the weather not to bad! See you next year! - PS we got engaged.
We had such a lovely time in this cottage, it was relaxing and a great way to spend our first family holiday. We did loads of things whilst here like going to Folly Farm, Chocolate Factory. I went to Nolton Stables which was amazing to ride along the beach and in the woods, I would recommend it to any horsey non-horsey person. We also took a 40 min drive to Tenby which is a great place with loads to do. I would definately recommend to my family and friends to come here for a holiday.
Great week lovely cottage, spectacular scenery - weather - could we ask for more shall be back
Comfortable clean accommodation, beautiful beaches, we recommend The Nest Bistro for fish and a warm welcome, and The Druidstone Hotel for food, location and unique environment. Thanks again
We've had a lovely few days in this lovely cottage, it is perfect for relaxing away from everything, it is such a homely happy cottage. The welsh cakes were a lovely treat - thank you! would love to visit again!
This is our 17th'Pembrokeshire Coastal Cottage. All have been wonderful and 'Shephards Cottage' is no exception. We've been very comfortable with everything we could possibly want. The weather has been perfect for enjoying coastal walks. A highlight was seeing seal pups on the beach at Martins Haven. We recommend The Griffin Inn in Dale for exceptionally good value pub grub. For something more sophisticated we loved the re-vamped Swan Inn at Little Haven - traditional Welsh food with a modern twist.
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