2 bedroom chalet a few steps from a long sandy beach!
- english, french, italian
We purchased this property in 2016 and we have made many improvements and continue to do so to ensure we provide a quality stay. We love to relax and walk along the beach and we would love you to experience this too.
Owner purchased this Chalet in 2016
Why Owner chose Lamphey
We chose Stella Marina as the chalet is located at the beach end of the park with quick and easy access to the beach. From the chalet there are views across to the hills. We also chose this chalet as it has room for two 3ft single beds (not bunks) and there is also a side patio for sunny lunches.
What makes this Chalet unique
You are at the beach in a couple of minutes and as soon as you hear the sea and feel the sand between your toes all your worries melt away. The kids love to run free on the safe sandy beach.
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Out second time at this property and it didn't disappoint.
We have been coming to this area for several years and have stayed in a number of callets on the Trewent site. This one is well equipped and a home from home. Wonderful welcome and a relaxing stay, thanks very much. We will be back!
Perfect. Just perfect.
Very clean and very well equip property. Brilliant location; 3 minute walk from beautiful sandy beach. Very nice owner. The owner provide us with everything, including bottle of fresh milk waiting for us in a fridge. Thank you very much.
You must go
Small but beautiful comes to mind. The accommodation was very clean and to be honest it was very difficult to leave. The owners are very nice.
Home from home
This chalet was the best equipped we have ever stayed in and we've been renting for over fourty years. It took our breath away when we got in and looked around, clean, tidy, beautifully decorated, couldn't fault the place. And two minutes from the beach!
Definitely Nautical but Nice!
This was our third time staying at Trewent park and Stella Marina is one of the most comfortable and tastefully decorated accommodation that we have stayed in. It is everything from the basics to the little extras that make it extra special, such as the communication with hosts Tony and Donna (and thank you for letting us check in earlier) , the beach equipment (chairs, wind breaks, buckets and spades), very comprehensive welcome pack and a welcome pack (milk, tea bags, sugar etc and yummy welsh cakes!). We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Stella Marina at Trewent park, it is the perfect location to explore this part of the beautiful Pembrokshire coast and the park is well maintained and quiet, plus the added bonus of the Long House, We will be back!
Excellent place to stay.
A really well thoughtout holiday let, immaculate, modern, light and airy, comfy beds, we wanted for nothing, There were some essentials provided and a welcome card and treats. Also a great location minutes from the pretty sandy bay. There are so many interesting places to visit, within easy reach.I couldn't recommend it highly enough.
Thank you Diane for your lovely review and perfect 5 star rating! It was a pleasure having you to stay. Donna
There are ample scenic delights for walkers and nature lovers along the rugged Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, which National Geographic describes as "one of the most scenic hiking paths in Europe". There are puffins at Skomer Island best seen between May and early July, seal pups at Marloes (August to December) and wild otters at the Bosherton lily ponds (best time October to December) and dolphins (all summer long) spotted at Freshwater East & Stackpole Quay. There are other interesting attractions such as the well-preserved mediaeval ruins of Lamphey Bishop's Palace, and castles are in abundance with 51 strongholds and romantic ruins. Pembroke Castle, has a fascinating history, towers, passageways, exhibitions, 80-foot-high keep, dungeon and pre-historic cave providing hours of exploring fun. The ancient walled seaside town of Tenby (15 minutes by car), and its famous, picturesque harbour, is a profusion of multi-colour houses, attractive sandy beaches and hilltop views overlooking Caldey Island, which you can visit by boat.
The Longhouse is a bar/cafe/shop facility at the front of the holiday village with seasonal opening hours. The shop sells basic groceries and some beach items. The Longhouse also puts on events and offers diving, mountain bike, kayak, stand-up-paddle board and wet suit hire. The main supermarkets can be found in Pembroke Dock along with houeshold items & laundry services.
There are pubs and restaurants a short drive away and Tenby and Saundersfoot Narberth and Pembroke are interesting towns selling local crafts and antiques. There is plenty for the whole family to enjoy in the surrounding area
Oakwood Theme Park
Bluestone - Blue Lagoon - swimming flumes
Folly Farm & zoo
Stackpole Quay estate and walled gardens
Wellness Spa at Bluestone & Lamphey Court Hotel. Bosheston lilly ponds are lovely and the tea rooms there does the best afternoon cream tea. For the evening there are plenty of traditional pubs and Pembrokeshire is one of the best areas in the country to see the night sky when the sun goes down and the night sky darkens the whole universe reveals itself and all you need to do to experience it is step outside…