Ol Tywydd Haverfordwest Pembrokeshire
OL TYWYDD is a staycationers delight Visit Wales 5 Star graded in coastal village of BROAD HAVEN Sea views and private parking 100 yards to Blue Flag beach and Pembrokeshires Coastal Footpath Sleeps 6 plus cot
Whether you're planning a 'bucket and spade' holiday with the kids or a weekend walking the coastal footpath, OL TYWYDD provides the perfect base for your stay in Pembrokeshire.
Conveniently situated in a quiet cul-de-sac close to the seafront, this three-bedroomed house (sleeping 6 + cot) is just a stone's throw from Broad Haven's 'Blue Flag' beach and a two minute walk to the village shop, pub and cafes/restaurants. The light and airy accommodation is set over three floors and is comfortably furnished and well-equipped. Sea views can be enjoyed from (almost!) every room with a first floor balcony providing wide-ranging views of the beach and St Bride's bay. There is a small patio/garden at the rear of the property which is south-facing with sea views - perfect for al-fresco dining.
Entrance hall leading to:
Bedroom 1 (ground floor): with twin beds, wardrobe/chest of drawers.
Bathroom (ground floor): Bath with electric shower over, WC, mirror, shaving point and fan heater.
Bedroom 2 (ground floor): with twin beds, wardrobe and dressing table. French windows to patio/garden.
Living Room (first floor): comfortably furnished with leather sofas and recliner. Flatscreen 'Freeview' TV, DVD Player, CD/IPod dock. Selection of DVDs, books and games. French windows lead to balcony with sea views of beach and St Brides Bay.
Kitchen and Diner (first floor): Open plan with living room. Fully equipped with modern appliances. Built-in oven and microwave, ceramic hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Table and chairs for 6 plus highchair.
Master bedroom and Ensuite (second floor): Double bed, TV with 'Freeview', small built-in wardrobe and dressing table. Velux windows in the roof allow you to let in the sounds of the sea. Ensuite with shower, wc, mirror and fan heater.
Downstairs cupboard (ground floor): extra storage for suitcases and large items of luggage. Hooks and rails provide hanging space for longer items of clothing.
Outside: Enclosed paved patio area/garden with picnic bench. Sea views and outside tap. Access through gate at the side of the property or through second bedroom on the ground floor.
Parking: off-road, private parking for 2 cars to the front of the property.
Economy 7 heating and hot water ensure house is warm and cosy. Independent convector heaters in bedrooms.
Bed linen and towels are provided and included in rental cost. 'Welcome' pack of essentials such as salt, pepper, vinegar, kitchen and loo roll and dishwasher tablets and washing-up liquid is provided along with tea, coffee, milk and Pembrokeshire Welsh cakes for your arrival. Please bring own beach towels.
Ol Tywydd is open all year
Short and mid-week breaks available
Sorry, no smoking or pets.
Please see website for prices and availability.
BROAD HAVEN - One of Pembrokeshire's best beaches being an open, sandy beach flanked by cliffs and overlooking an abundance of rock pools, this small coastal village has much to offer. With it's own woods and nature trail and array of beach activities, it's ideal for those simply wanting to park up and relax. The small fishing cove of Little Haven is a short stroll across the beach at low tide and has its own shops, pubs and restaurants. Pembrokeshire's Coastal Footpath can be picked up from either end of the beach and is the perfect way to explore Pembrokeshire's rugged coastline.
The county town of Haverfordwest is a distance of 6 miles with train station, hospital and supermarkets; 24hr Tesco Store, Morrisons, Marks and Spencer and Aldi. Farmer's market every Friday. Port of Milford Haven 10 miles. 'Foodies' will love the small town of Narberth, an easy 20 mile drive to the west of the county, with its independent food, wine shops and eateries.
Explore further afield: St Davids, the smallest city in the UK, with its famous Cathedral is 15 miles to the north of the county; the castles of Carew and Pembroke -birthplace of Henry VII - are to the south along with Bosherston Lilly Ponds and the picturesque harbour town of Tenby. Pembrokeshire has some of the best beaches in the UK including the sandy beaches of Saundersfoot and Lydsep to the south and the rugged coves of Cwm-Yr-Eglws and Abereiddy with its 'Blue Lagoon' to the north. Kids (and adults!) might also enjoy some of the county's animal and adventure parks; Oakwood, Heatherton, Manor Park and Folly Farm. A trip to the islands of Skomer, Skokholm, Grassholm and Ramsey to see the Puffins and other bird life is well worth a visit.
Whether it's fishing, rambling, coasteering, horse riding or music, food and art that makes you tick, there is something for everyone in Pembrokeshire!