Uncover something magical, exquisite coastlines, rolling surf, tumbling hills and fairy tale landscapes whilst wandering back to the timeless 1940s in this lovingly restored World War II building. Just a mile from the beach, sleeping two in what was formerly the 'Set House' for a Top Secret World War II Radar Station, this quirky captivating building beckons an unforgettable Pembrokeshire holiday.
Few places offer such immense variety as Pembrokeshire, rich in history, diverse in culture, with overwhelming beauty, sparkling seas and natural landscapes, rated by National Geographic magazine as the second best coastline in the world. You're in for a timeless treat.
Stop for a moment as you step inside, marvelling at the attention to detail as you're transported to a time gone by, reconnecting with the past in an eclectic mix of history and modern day comfort. You don't have to be interested in RAF military history to appreciate the warmth of the atmosphere, enchanting location and wonderful character of this romantic retreat.
On the ground floor, with one double room with king-size bed, the Officers' Mess offers comfortable accommodation for a much-deserved break. The well- equipped galley kitchen has everything you need for some tasty holiday cooking or you may choose to light the barbecue and end a perfect day under the starry skies, sat by a burning fire-pit. On chillier nights, cosy up next to the roaring wood-burner; the Officers' Mess offers the perfect year round coastal retreat.
Babes in arms, under six months old, are accepted at the Officers' Mess.
Officers' Quarters (4759) is another apartment nearby, sleeping four. Officers' Mess is detached.
Located in the midst of the Pembrokeshire coast, there are so many glorious beaches to explore. The tiny sheltered cove of St Brides Haven is just down the road and the magnificent Marloes Sands is less than five miles away. Ramblers will be in heaven as the coastal path is accessible by foot, down a farm track to Mill Haven, a tiny cove frequented by seals. The Coastal Path meanders above craggy coves and stretches of golden sandy beaches through idyllic seaside villages, perfect for pub lunches or traditional cafes en route.
Or you may like to take a trip up the coast to St Davids, soak up the relaxed vibe and mystical presence, visit the majestic Cathedral, galleries and boutique shops or for surfers, popular Whitesands Beach. The closest seaside villages are Little Haven and Broad Haven, which has a well- stocked supermarket, with bakery and Post Office, beach shop, cafes, pubs and restaurants.
The sheltered anchorage of Dale is four miles up the road, a watersports paradise, try paddle boarding or windsurfing, a tasty lunch in the award-winning Griffin Inn or just relax and unwind in the fresh sea air. Try surfing at West Dale or Newgale. And for that extra special day, a boat trip to Skomer Island from nearby St Martins Haven is an absolute 'must to do'.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV, Bluetooth speaker and wood-burner. Gas hob, gas oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, tumble-drier and Nespresso machine
Bedroom with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-bain
A hot tub is being installed - please enquire for more details. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 4 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- 2 electric thermostatic radiators
Prepare to be delighted in this welcoming 1940s apartment.
Nestling on the spectacular Pembrokeshire coast there are so many beaches to explore.
Soak up the calming atmosphere of days gone by around the cosy wood-burner.
Imagine 1940s music playing when you step inside...
A well-equipped kitchen for some tasty holiday cooking.
Why not pack up a picnic and explore the beauty of the surrounding area.
A peaceful night's sleep is promised in this idyllic location.
1940s style en suite shower-room.
Spend time together in the moonlight around the fire-pit.
Relax on the sunny patio with a good book and not a care in the world.
Perfect for al fresco dining for two.
A gorgeous sunny spot looking out over the rolling meadows.
Skrinkle Haven is as pretty as a picture postcard.
Majestic Pembroke Castle is well worth a visit.
Broad Haven beach is great for some family time.
The pretty village of Dale is a photographer's dream.
Barafundle beach is stunning.
Time for bed after a day in the fresh Pembrokeshire air.
Perfect romantic retreat.
Fluffy white towels and crisp white linen in this charming 1940s bedroom.
Officers' Mess is filled with such calming vibes, ideal for precious time out.