An introduction to Puffin House
Our self catering holiday apartment in Broadhaven, Pembrokeshire is ideal for families wanting a beach holiday because it is just 250 yards from the lovely sandy beach and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, in the middle of the small seaside resort and half a mile from beautiful Little Haven.
St Brides Bay is a very sheltered and picturesque part of Pembrokeshire well known for its safe sandy beaches and the stunning wild flowers. Second picture is of Broadhaven Beach - vast sands!
Explore this fantastic part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and see lots of wildlife. Sail from Martins' Haven to Skomer to see the puffins. Launch from St Justinians in a RIB to see seals and porpoises as you go round Ramsey. Well worth a trip. St David's Cathedral can be visited or you could climb the Preselis and see some of the most dramatic hills in Wales. Broadhaven is very near the lovely village of Little Haven with its welcoming pubs eg The Swan and The Castle. The sheltered St Brides Bay in Pembrokeshire is an ideal place to visit at any time of the year. Please phone or email to check availability and latest prices of Puffin House. Short breaks very welcome provided we have availability! Last minute price reductions normally apply.
The apartment is very well equipped with plenty of mod cons - eg, tumble drier, washing machine and dishwasher. A small deposit will secure your booking with full payment usually required 6 weeks before arrival. Available all year round for long or short breaks. Prices start at £100 and rise to £545 for 7 nights next August. This price includes all electricity, a good selection of cleaning materials, some very basic food stuffs like tea, sugar, oil, salt & pepper, plus clean cotton bed linen on arrival. We are sorry - but we are unable to accept pets and have a strictly no smoking policy.
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Broadhaven and the National Park
Broadhaven is situated in the Pembrokeshire National Park designated in 1952; this status brought with it a measure of protection to a coastline and landscape regarded as one of the finest in Europe. The area is much loved by locals and visitors who come to enjoy the hills, the lakes, the mountains and of course the sea and magnificent coastline. No place within the Park is more than 10 miles from the sea.
One of the best ways to see the park is to walk along the coast path itself which stretches from Amroth in the south for 185 miles to Poppit Sands near Cardigan in the north. It is home to many thousands of sea birds for example the famous puffins after which No 39 Puffin House is named.
Near Broadhaven beach are many seals and a little further out you may see dolphins and porpoises. In 2005 hundreds of dolphins and many whales including fin wales were seen off the Pembs coast. We ourselves were lucky enough to see over 150 dolphins on July 9th near Grassholm. If you appreciate nature at its best then you will love a visit to Pembrokeshire.
Internet access available at Patricks on the sea front which has been renovated and now offers a restaurant and cafe. WiFi also available at The Castle in Little Haven.
In 2005 we opened Old Oak Barn - a renovated stone and slate barn near St Clears which offers self catering accommodation for 4/5 and is set in a wooded valley only 20 minutes from Laugharne in West Wales. Please visit www.oldoakbarn.co.uk We welcome our old visitors from Puffin House who wish to explore a different area of West Wales and new guests wishing to stay somewhere with immense character and charm. Exceptionally nice inside, especially the underfloor heating and slate and wooden flooring. Great attention to detail especially for children. Now with Broadband WiFi at no extra charge!
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