|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
The chalet has two bedrooms each sleeping two people. Downstairs is open plan with kitchen and lounge area, including TV and DVD player. Property is accessed via a short but quite steep path but once accomplished you will be rewarded with wonderful sea and country views. Outside is a large table with seating for eight. All rooms except shower room have electric fires. Rent includes electricity. Parking place is allocated. Dogs are not allowed on site,
My name is Bryan Johnson. I have had a successful small retail business in Oxford for about 25 years.
I have owned the chalet in Freshwater East for ten years and enjoyed many happy holidays there.
I am reluctantly letting it to help meet the bills.
If am sure you will have a wonderful time.
Freshwater East is located in beautiful countryside within the only coastal National Park in UK.
The sandy, sheltered beach is only a few minutes walk away.
Many other beaches can be reached with a short drive
including Barafundle, Manorbier and Broadhaven. Some are administered by The National Trust.
Many activities are available such as walking, bird spotting, fishing and water sports.
There are castles and islands to be visited.
Stackpole quay with it's tea room and Bosherton Lily Pools are a must see.
Locally, there is on site a club selling food and drink (opening hours vary). The Freshwater Inn is nearby and serves good food. The vilage of Lamphey is two miles away and boasts a number of fine restaurants.
Historic Pembroke is only four miles away with an impressive Norman Cas
The chalet is reached by a short but quite steep path and may not be suitable for everyone.
However once accomplished you will be rewarded with glorious views of the beach and panoramic countryside.
There is a large terrace to the front with an eight seater table with parasol.
No dogs are allowed on site. ,.
The property was ideal. Clean and fully functional. The location is great, just across the road to beautiful Freshwater East beach. Only a short drive to Pembroke and a little further to Tenby which the children loved and it far exceed my expectations. Wild and natural, not unlike North Cornwall but without the mass of people and the price expectations that come with it. Truly memorable and I've come back with hundreds of great photos.
When we first arrived and opened the door there was a really strong unpleasant smell, the smell was confined to the downstairs area and no end of air freshener or door openings got rid of this odour.
The mattresses really need to be upgraded, you can feel every spring which led to a fairly restless nights sleep.
The plinth under the Fridge was also hanging off.
On a positive the view from the chalet was magnificent over the bay.
The current condition of the Chalet does not warrant the cost per night but with a bit of upgrading and decorating then this would be an ideal holiday location.
Clean well laid out property. I thought it was a chalet but was an end terrace property.
Bedrooms very small could not shut main bedroom door as bed in way.
Not impressed with site the shop was poorly stocked every where looked very dated.
Good location, the place was clean and tidy as well was the site. Lovely views from the patio over the bay. Very friendly and helpful in the clubhouse and shop.
Myself and my partner stayed for the bank holiday weekend and had a lovely time, we manahed to get plenty of photos of the beautiful scenery and enjoyed many walks along the beach. Such a quiet and relaxing atmosphere meant that we would definintely book to go again.
It was good place to stay it was nice and quiet place to stay
The surrounding area is very beautiful and natural and is protected within the National Parks.
The safe and sandy beach of Freshwater East is a short walk and The Longhouse is on site providing food, drink, shop and equipment for sea activities,
There are many other beaches nearby varying in character from the tranquil Barafundle to the rugged, wild and windswept Freshwater West. Don't miss either!
Walking is very popular with the coast path at hand and the lily ponds at Bosherton nearby.
Fine restaurants are to be found in the two nearest villages of Lamphey and Stackpole, and the pub at the top of the hill, The Freshwater is cheerful and well worth a visit.
The attractive town of Tenby with it's three beaches is a must see,
and you can take a boat ride to Caldey Island with it's working monastery if you wish.
Shopping can be found at the pretty town of Pembroke with it's Norman castle (open daily) and Pembroke Dock. From here you can drive over the toll-bridge to the capital of the county Haverford
West. Just past the toll-bridge is the marina of Neyland built by Brunel and worth a visit!
These are just a few ideas, With the wealth of Castles, Historic houses, Gardens, Beaches and Islands to explore you will not run out of things to do!
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
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Please e-mail for enquiries and bookings. 10% deposit required and full payment six weeks prior to occupation.
Change over is on Saturday. Outgoing by 10 am. Incoming after 3 pm.
Notes on prices:
Weekly bookings from Saturdays.