Sitting high above the cliffs on this rocky headland near Dale in Pembrokeshire, with spectacular, mesmerising sea views, this historic lighthouse, sleeping ten and dog-friendly, offers peaceful, unique holiday accommodation in an magnificent location. There are comfortable interiors, a well-equipped kitchen, swimming pool, sauna and the opportunity to stay in a very special holiday destination. Imagine being surrounded by the crashing waves and the never ending sea, just a stroll from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Located just two miles from the pretty seaside village of Dale, children will love crabbing off the harbour wall, enjoy fish and chips and an ice cream in the cafe, or dinner in Coco's Brasserie or in the award-winning Griffin Inn. Dale is popular for sailing and surfing, where tuition is available on allegedly the sunniest beach in Wales. The rolling surf at West Dale is great for surfing too. This is a fantastic property, ideal for families and small groups looking for that unique experience with spectacular views. The world famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path is easily accessed from The Lighthouse. Within three miles are the glorious, award-winning golden sands of Marloes Beach, where lunch in Runwayskiln is a treat. More beautiful beaches, Little Haven and Broad Haven are just a 15 minute drive away with a choice of good pubs: The Swan Inn, The Castle, The St Brides and the Ocean Bar. Broad Haven has a well-stocked shop with a bakery and Post Office. A boat trip is a must to spot the dolphins and sea life, and from April to August you can visit the puffins on Skomer Island. Explore the coast towards St Davids, visit the magnificent cathedral and the dramatic coastline of north Pembrokeshire. Bustling Tenby and more glorious beaches are within an hour's drive.