Take in the splendour of the Pembrokeshire countryside from almost every room.
Perfect after a day in the fresh Pembrokeshire air or a swim in the clear blue sea.
Chill out with a glass of wine or enjoy your favourite movie. There's even a piano in the second sitting-room.
Captivating, award-winning Marloes Sands is close by.
Beachcomber is an eclectic, quirky mix of the traditional and contemporary.
Time for a good night's sleep.
Gaze across the rolling fields towards the coast...
Set amongst rolling meadows, within 10 minutes of the sea, you'll find Beachcomber.
The warming wood-burner will keep you cosy throughout the year.
Lots of local produce available at farm shops and farmer's markets.
Take time out with your favourite book in the second sitting-room. Look at those views!
Twin room with panoramic rural views.
Enjoy some holiday pampering in the family bathroom.
One of two double rooms for a hushed night's sleep.
Beachcomber is the ideal place for relaxing with a good holiday read.
Sweet dreams.
Handy shower-room after a day on the beach.
Useful cloakroom.
Broad Haven is a fabulous family beach.
Breathtaking scenery at St Anne's Head. Walkers will love exploring the beauty of the local area.
The pretty cove at Little Haven.
Try some fresh fish and local seafood in the St Brides Inn in Little Haven.



2.7 miles NE of Dale / Sleeps 6 + cot*

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7 Nights from £769

Bedroom details

Bedroom 1


Bedroom 2


Bedroom 3


Just two miles from the coast, set in rolling meadows, rural but not remote, Beachcomber is just a stone's throw away from many spectacular beaches including Marloes Sands, voted one of the best beaches in Pembrokeshire, and the stunning secluded beaches of Watwick Bay, Musselwick, picturesque Dale, Little Haven and Broad Haven. The world-renowned Pembrokeshire coastal path winds its way near the cottage. Views from the footpath around St Brides, near Beachcomber, are magnificent; explore the craggy coves and endless stretches of sandy bays. The 186 miles of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path encompasses 58 breathtaking beaches and 14 scenic harbours, speckled with pretty seaside villages, with an abundance of cafes for welcome refreshment.

Step away from the everyday and choose Beachcomber for a much-deserved, chilled out coastal break. Sleeping six, the spacious accommodation is set on the ground floor, with two stylish bathrooms and two reception rooms, ideal for multi-generational gatherings or for friends getting together for a special reunion. The eclectic mix of traditional combined with the vibrant hues of contemporary furnishings and art-work, offer a stylish setting with a joyful atmosphere, perfect for a happy holiday vibe. After a dip in the crystal-clear waters of the countless beaches in the area gather around the cosy wood-burner for a warm, embracing the joy of having fun together on a memorable Welsh holiday. Sit and take in the splendid views which surround you. Endless rolling countryside stretches towards the coast where the sky meets the sea. You're spoilt for choice for things to do and places to visit. Head out towards Dale where children will love crabbing on the pontoon, or searching for shells and sea glass along the shoreline, whilst others enjoy a favourite tipple on the beach wall. Great breakfasts are served in Dale cafe or for a treat book a table at the Griffin or Cocos Brasserie. Dale is a watersport enthusiast's paradise. The sheltered cove is ideal for kayaking, paddle boarding or sailing. Dale Sailing offers lessons and equipment hire. The crashing surf of West Dale is popular with surfers. Pack up a picnic, buckets and spades and within 10 minutes you will have reached the never-ending golden sands of Broad Haven. Children will have a great time splashing in the sea, playing in the sand or exploring the rock pools. Fishing nets and ice cream are sold in the local well-stocked shop. Try the fish and chips in the Ocean Bar or the tastiest Sunday Lunch. It's also a perfect spot for al fresco dining while watching the spectacular sunsets over the sea.

Attractions within easy reach of Beachcomber include Pembroke Castle, where Henry VII was born, and Stackpole Estate and Gardens. Within an hour of Beachcomber, National Trust Barafundle Bay has been voted one of the best beaches in the world by Passport magazine, as is Freshwater West, one of Wales' best surfing beaches. Other places to visit for a day out are St Davids, the magnificent cathedral is well worth a visit, as are the glorious beaches en route, Druidston, Newgale and just outside St Davids, Whitesands Bay. For children Folly Farm is a great day out. Take a boat from St Martin's Haven to spot the puffins on Skomer Island, April to August, or take a dolphin spotting boat trip from St Davids or New Quay.

No matter what the season, Beachcomber has it all for a perfect Pembrokeshire break.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Kitchen/Diner with electric hob, electric oven, oil-fired Aga, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher

Utility-room with washing machine

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')

Bedroom 2 with double bed (4'6'')

Bedroom 3 with twin beds (3')

Bathroom with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin

Sitting-room 1 with Smart TV and wood-burner

Sitting-room 2 with Smart TV

*A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.


  • No pets
  • High chair
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Wood-burner/Open fire
  • Private parking for 3 cars
  • Superfast WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 3 miles
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • Full oil-fired CH