Choose Beach Seekers, just a short drive from twelve glorious sandy beaches, for the perfect stay in Pembrokeshire. The rolling surf and endless golden sands of Newgale, the nearest Blue Flag Beach, is just ten minutes away. Pembrokeshire, home to some of the most spectacular coastal landscapes in Europe, is the perfect holiday destination for family-friendly adventures. The coastal path meanders for 186 miles of rugged cliffs and craggy coves, and is speckled with spectacular sandy beaches and diverse wildlife habitats making it a haven for hikers, nature enthusiasts and wildlife watchers, with a choice of water sports - surfing, kayaking, paddle boarding, wild sea swimming and coasteering - mountain hikes, horse riding, crabbing off harbour walls and sea glass hunting. This area is also known for its rich cultural heritage, steeped in Welsh history, there are many castles and magical places to see including ancient forts and standing stones, centuries old and wreathed in myth and folklore.
Step inside and enjoy the spacious, gorgeous interiors of recently refurbished Beach Seekers. The vibrant colours and bespoke quality furnishings create an eclectic mix, oozing with luxury and character. Flooded with natural light and far-reaching views across the rolling Pembrokeshire countryside to the Preseli mountains and beyond, the sitting-room is the ideal place to unwind, relax on the contemporary comfy sofas, and either watch a movie, get together or simply recharge, doing nothing at all. Sleeping eight, the well-presented bedrooms beckon a good night's sleep, a double and a twin on the ground floor, with the opulent en suite and second twin room on the first floor. Useful for larger parties a cloakroom and bathroom are found on each floor. Soak away your troubles in the deep bath on the ground floor, perfect for some holiday pampering. Choose tasty recipes, using produce from the local farm shop near Nolton or local seafood from Solva. The kitchen is a joy, well-equipped and with a spectacular view towards the rugged mountains. Chat to the chef from the window seat, taking in the panoramic, picture postcard Pembrokeshire views. Don't worry about beach towels, the handy utility-room lies just off the kitchen with washing machine and tumble-drier. Retreat to the heavenly main bedroom, with deep pile cream carpet and a Velux roof balcony window for stargazing in the moonlight with a glass of fizz, after a luxurious bubbly bath in the deep roll-top bath. This dreamy space is good for the soul and a good night's sleep. Across the landing, from the twin room's Velux roof balcony, gaze across the rural vista and maybe count the sheep before getting into bed. The desk on the landing is ideal for the readers and the writers or laptop users.
Sunny breakfasts are calling on the spacious patio area or dinner al fresco on a warm summer's night. Your dog will love the spacious, fenced lawned garden, just keep an eye if there's livestock in the neighbouring field. Please take care on the steps up to the lawned area.
Take a day off from rock pooling, splashing in the sea and enjoying fabulous beach days, and mix things up by choosing some fun family day trips or try one of a range of fantastic activities in the local area. For all ages Folly Farm, near Tenby and 40 minutes away, offers a great day out. The adventure park is home to all kinds of exotic animals, fair rides, adventure park, farm animals, penguins, lions and giraffes. On rainy days, there are indoor activities and a large play area. Jump for joy in Hangar 5, a large indoor play venue with trampolines and a cafe. Take a boat trip to spot the local sea life. From New Quay or St Davids, you may well see pods of dolphins. Catch a boat from Martins Haven from April to August to see the famous puffins. Take a trip south of the county to the colourful seaside town of Tenby, Saundersfoot or spend the day on award-winning Barafundle Beach. The magnificent cathedral in St Davids is a holiday must as well as visiting the deep-water lagoon at Abereiddy. From Beach Seekers a choice of good restaurants, pubs and cafes are within easy reach. The Cambrian and The Hats and Barrels in Solva, with MamGu for a delicious Welsh cake and lunch, there are several good pubs in St Davids and St Davids Kitchen for a steak and Sunday roast. The best fish and chips are served by The Shed in Porthgain. About a mile from the cottage the service station at Pelcomb Cross has a well-stocked shop and cafe.
Bedroom 1 with twin beds (3')
Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5')
Bathroom 1 with Japanese bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Sitting/Dining-room with Smart TV
Cloakroom 1 with WC and wash-basin
Utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
Kitchen with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom 3 with twin beds (3')
Cloakroom 2 with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 4 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Bathroom 2 with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
Take care, there are some sloping ceilings. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 4 cars
- Superfast WiFi
- No smoking
- Pub 1.5 miles
- Garden furniture
- Electric CH (partial under-floor)
Just up the road from the cottage, drive over the brow of the hill and be captivated by this spectacular sight of Newgale beach and beyond.
A well-equipped kitchen with a far reaching view over the Pembrokeshire countryside across to the Preseli mountains.
On the first floor, the spacious luxurious en suite with Velux roof balcony is a joy.
Enjoy a soak in the en suite bath after a day's hiking.
Sink into the sofas in the light and airy sitting-room and take in the views.
Soothing and stylish, the twin room on the ground floor, which enjoys panoramic views towards the mountains.
Gorgeous family bathroom on the ground floor, very near the two ground floor bedrooms. Sink into the deep Japanese bath - sheer bliss.
Slow down and relax in gorgeous Beach Seekers, a stylish coastal cottage, very near the Blue Flag Beach in Newgale.
Situated next to the ground floor twin room is one of two double rooms, with king-size bed and garden views.
Both bedrooms on the first floor have sweet Velux roof balconies. Take in the view or star gaze on a summer's night.
Put your name on the first floor twin with Velux roof window.
Perfect for leisurely holiday meals together. Throw open the patio doors for a soft breeze on summer days.
Try tasty local produce from the nearby farm shop near Nolton.
Useful utility-room, just off the kitchen.
Retreat to the landing with a good book, or your laptop.
Nothing better than a hot shower after swimming in the sea.
Deep sea blues in the en suite.
Warm and welcoming, the two ground floor bedrooms.
Gather in the airy and light kitchen for a coffee and a chat.
Perfect patio for al fresco dining.
Lots of tasteful touches throughout this gorgeous cottage.
Less than ten minutes away is the rolling surf and golden sands of Newgale, an award-winning Blue Flag beach.
You'll be spoilt for choice for beaches to discover, try enchanting Nolton. Children love playing in the sand dunes and rock pools.
The magnificent view from the coast path above Nolton beach and along the Pembrokeshire coast.
Popular Broad Haven beach, with an array of eateries and cafes and a good beachside shop.
Well worth a visit, magnificent Pembroke Castle, the birth place of King Henry V11.
Glorious Tenby in the south of the county.
Pack a picnic and spend a memorable day on Barafundle beach.