About the property
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- Minimum Stay4 - 7 nights
Cottage in Solva, Pembrokeshire, Wales - Peaceful Location, 5 Minute Walk To Solva Harbour, 10 Minute Drive To Nearest Award Winning Beaches
The quaint village of Sola with its unspoilt harbour is nestled along the North Pembrokeshire coastline known for its award winning beaches, breathtaking scenery, stunning coastal path walks and distinctive culture. The village has a range of cosy pubs and cafes selling good food, art galleries, woollen mill, as well as a convenience store with postoffice. Our newly renovated victorian cottage designed with old and new features to compliment the comfort of new with the character of old. The cottage can accommodate 4/5 guests. Whether you are a family or a couple who want a short break or a long holiday, our cottage is perfect for you. Downstairs is a stylish open plan living/dining area with zonal underfloor heating. The kitchen fitted with Smallbone units can comfortably sit 5 at the farmhouse table, With oak worktop and floors, Neff oven and induction hob, dishwasher, microwave and large style american fridge freezer. Off the kitchen is utility room with washing machine tumble, dryer and access to a wet room with shower and toilet. The snug, close to the log burning stove, has luxurious carpet, low lighting, comfortable sofa, large flat screen tv and blue ray dvd player. Guests are welcome to to borrow books and films.
The enclosed outside garden has a small grass area with decking gas bbq and outside seating. There is parking for 1 car outside the front of the house, more parking is available at the end of the lane. Bedroom 1 : Kingsize sleigh bed, bedside tables, chest of drawers, tall boy, fitted wardrobe, double opening balcony doors with glass safety screen. Bedroom 2: Double bed, bedside tables,wardrobe and chest of drawers. Bedroom 3: Single bed, bedside table, hanging rail, and chest of drawers.
Bathroom Upstairs : Toilet, wash basin, large bath, walk in waterfall shower. Wet room Downstairs: Toilet, wash basin shower. Bed linen is provided but towels are not provided.
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- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- May 18, 2018
About Sarah Davies
My family have lived in Solva for over 70 years. I used to live just a few hundred yards away from 23 glanhafan. I now live away with my own young family but we return regularly as we love the area so much.
Sarah Davies purchased this Cottage in 2011
Why Sarah Davies chose Solva
We bought the property with a view to live and raise my children there. We dedicated 2 years to completely renovate ithe cottage.We and adore it! Work commitments have resulted in us moving away so we hope others can enjoy what a great house it is.
What makes this Cottage unique
The location is perfect for Solva. It is in upper Solva near the main shop and is a 5 minute walk from the cost path and Harbour. It is so rural and quiet and we love our breaks back there.
Lovely cottage, great location
Lovely cottage with everything that you need for a comfy family stay. Very spacious kitchen dining area which is great for family meals.
Solva is a great location, and the coastal path is a very short walk from the front door.
Thank you for taking the time to write a review.
So glad you enjoyed your stay with us.
Sarah & Nathan
Beautiful home from home property
Loved this property, the decor, light, space and location within Solva
Fantastic stay in a well equipped cottage and very convenient location
Would highly recommend
Beautiful cozy cottage
Loved it here, fantastic location, right on the coastal path and a short walk (5 minutes) down to the harbour. 10 minutes drive to the beautiful beaches of Newgale to the south or Whitesands to the north. The house itself is lovely too, great open plan kitchen/dining/living area with a utility off the side and a lovely little snug as well.
A deceptively spacious, well presented property, excellent location.
We were very impressed when we entered this house. It is much more spacious inside than it looks from the outside. It is clean and modern, well equipped, light and airy. It is located just outside the main village but there is a small shop within walking distance. We found some really lovely coastal walks going out the back of the house and a cross the football field.
Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We are glad you enjoyed staying in our cottage.
kiddie friendly house in coastal path.
A lovely house, beautifully modernised. There were toys for children, a trampoline in the garden and a kiddie's park through the back gate. Really comfy beds and log burner for chilly evenings. Really well equipped kitchen and utility. Solva is delightful, amazing for crabbing and great pub grub! Would have been five stars but one of the party had an allergic reaction so there must have been a dog in previously 🙁 And we thought we'd chosen a dog free house.....
We have a harbour in Solva, a short walk down the hill from 23 Glanhafan. Our closest beautiful beaches are St David's and Newgale both a short drive.
Use of car is recommended.
St. Davids (2.5 miles away) is the smallest city in Britain. Local Supermarket. Petrol Station.
Haverfordwest - ( 11 miles away) has supermarkets, train station, leisure centre, cinema.
Fishguard - (13 miles) Ferry port, leisure centre, cinema.
Pembrokeshire is a maritime county bordered by the sea on three sides. The county boasts 170 miles of coastline comprising important seabird breeding sites and numerous beautiful bays and sandy beaches. Almost all of the coast is included in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Major bays include Newport Bay, Fishguard Bay and St Bride's Bay. There are many small islands off the coast of the county to explore, the largest of which are Ramsey Island, Skomer Island and Caldey Island.
Solva (where 23 Glanhafan is located) is a beautiful picturesque village with a small sheltered harbour. It stands deep in a valley gouged out by water melting from glaciers which made it an ideal position as a base for trading ships in the 18th Century. Solva has a variety of small shops selling crafts, clothes etc. and numerous pubs and eating places.
St. Davids (2.5 miles away) is the smallest city in Britain. The surrounding spectacular coastal scenery is renowned for its beauty and abundance of wildlife. Whitesands Bay, one of the many beautiful beaches in the area, carries the prestigious European Blue Flag Award. Other attractions are the Cathedral which was built in the 12th century and the magnificent ruins of the medieval Bishops Palace which attracts thousands of visitors each year. Also there are a variety of quaint shops, an outdoor activity centre, boat trips to the surrounding islands nature reserves and superb restaurants and cafes.
Rates & Availability
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Booking Notes: To book please call or e mail us,deposit of £150 required on booking with final payment due 28 days before holiday. Changeover Day: Saturday is change over day, short breaks are offered out of season. Arrival after 4pm and departure by 10am. Notes on prices: Please contact us regarding short breaks We take a £150 deposit on booking and return this once the cottage has been left in the condition it was on arrival. Any breakages, damage or additional cleaning will be deducted from the deposit.