Gateholm - a fabulous detached family home in Marloes
The front garden is safe and secure
Large lawned garden both at the front and back
The living and dining area
Marloes Bay
Gateholm Island
Marloes from the air


An introduction to Gateholm


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Gateholm is a fabulous detached family home in the village of Marloes, Pembrokeshire. The house has 3 bedrooms, 1 double and 2 smaller rooms and can sleep up to 6 people + a cot.

Gateholm is a fabulous detached family home in the village of Marloes, Pembrokeshire. The house has 3 bedrooms, 1 double and 2 smaller rooms and can sleep up to 6 people + a cot.


Large open plan living room (TV, DVD, sofa, stove)
Dining area (with expanding table & seating for up to 8)
French doors opening to decking and back garden
Oak wood flooring throughout
Kitchen - New units, dishwasher, cooker, fridge, microwave.
Power shower & toilet
Utility area (washing machine & tumble drier)
Hallway with open stairway leading to:


Double bedroom with small balcony (distant sea views of St Brides Bay)

Two Children's bedrooms, both with bunkbeds (adult sized beds)

Bathroom (bath & toilet)

Instant hot water and central heating.

Large garage for surfboards, wetsuits, bikes etc etc. (also chest freezer for fish fingers from Tesco and freshly caught mackeral from the sea..)
Large lawned garden both at the front and back.
Decking with outdoor table and chairs.
Toddlers/Young Children:
Stair gates at the bottom and top of the stairs.
Travel cot.
High chair.
Secure wooden sliding gate at the main entrance to the property.

Sorry no pets (except guide dogs).

The house is strictly no smoking.

Vehicle access:
The driveway runs to the side of the property (with room for more than one car if necessary)
Parking right next to the main door for easy loading/unloading.

Bed linen & Towels:
Guests need to take their own bed linen (sheets, pillow cases and quilt covers) and towels. There are pillows and quilts at the property.

There is no telephone at the property but it is possible to get a mobile signal when there.

Arrival & Departure:
Changeover day is Saturday. Guests are kindly asked to leave by 10 a.m. and to arrive after 3.00pm.

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Marloes Sands
A huge beach with spectacular rocks and cliff faces, lovely golden sands and excellent swimming and surfing.

Other beaches nearby

Musselwick Sands is a beautiful beach and the closest to the house. It is only accessible, however, when the tide is out. The best time to go to there is about 2 hours before low tide. This will allow you to clamber down over the rocks and turn left onto the lovely expanse of the beach. The trick is to keep an eye on where you came down from the rocks onto the sand. Once the tide starts lapping the rocks on its way in again, it is time to leave the beach! Another good time to pay a visit to Musslewick is in a storm at high tide when the waves are crashing onto the rocks

Martin’s Haven is at the end of the road and where to catch the boat to Skomer. A rocky beach (no sand) popular with divers.

Albion Beach is the beach at the far end of Marloes between the cliff edge and Gateholm Island. It is only accessible at low tide and a difficult scramble to get down to.

St Brides is a sheltered pleasant beach with easy access. Excellent for diving and canoeing with great rock-pools for the children.

Watick Beach is a lovely little beach on the Dale Peninsular. It is accessible by foot (either via the coastal path or from a small parking area above the bay) or by boat from Dale. It is a "hidden gem" and a favoured day-trip for yachts and other boats.

Little Haven, Setlands & Broad Haven: Little Haven is a very pleasant place to visit both during the day and in the evenings. At low tide it is possible to walk round the headland to Setlands Beach which is very beautiful. Broad Haven is the largest of the 3 beaches and is accessible at high tide. It is a large expanse of sand with interesting rock pools at its northern end. It is very popular with families.

Druidston Haven beach is to the north of Broad Haven. It is a beautiful beach popular with horse riders who ride along the sands from the stables near to Nolton Haven.

Newgale is a wide beach with sand and shingle. It is more exposed than the other beaches and popular with surfers looking for bigger waves.

Whitesands Bay is the main beach to the West of Saint Davids. It is a busy beach and is very popular with surfers.

Nearby Shopping
Nearby Pub
No Smoking
Car Parking
Central Heating
Child Friendly
Garden Area
Fantastic Coastline
Nearby Beaches

Colour TV
DVD Player
Washing m/c


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Contact Details

SA62 3BE
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