Property Ref: 4179
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: Ask
Double Glazing: Ask
Central Heating: Ask
Passes Included: Ask
Short Breaks: Ask
Our caravan can accomodate up to 6 people and is situated on its own private plot on our small holding.
** Please Note: The maps and street maps (link above) are very much out of date and have not been updated since before we moved to our property, which portray it as untidy to say the least. This is no longer the case so please ignore these until they are updated.
The accommodation consists of the following:
Three bedrooms; one double, one twin and a third bedroom with a single bed and a bunk bed. All bedrooms have electric wall.
A fully fitted bathroom with a shower, WC and wash basin.
Fully fitted kitchen with all essential appliances, including a microwave, gas cooker kettle, toaster and fridge.
Lounge/diner with plenty of comfortable seating, a gas fire, dining table, TV and ample storage space. Enjoy the fine panoramic views across the fields and down to the sea.
To the exterior of the caravan there is a decking area with picnic table.
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About the Area
While we have no facilities here on site there are ample places to visit, many of which are close at hand:
St David's, approximately 10 miles away, is the smallest City in Britain and boasts some nearby beatiful coastal scenery including Carefai Bay and the famous surfing beach of Whitesands.
Sample some of the local history by visiting the magnificent cathedral and the scenic St Non's Chapel.
Book a trip to or around Ramsey Island or have a go at coasteering with Twr-y-Felin Activity Centre.
Enjoy the walks in and around Porthgain, approximately 5 miles, with its famous Sloop Inn and the slate history of Abereiddy, which also has a sandy beach. Also, the famous Blue Lagoon, a flooded collapsed mine shaft. Abercastle is a quiet small harbour village with a small sandy beach.
Abermawr is our nearest beach, a 20 minute walk or a 5 minute car journey. This is a beautiful, unspoilt beach backed by woods, which are accessible by footpaths. Further along the coast enjoy the spectacular scenery of Strumble Head with its lighthouse and magnificent rugged coastline.
The world renowned Tregwynt Woollen Mill is just two miles away; watch various woollen items being made. There is also a shop and cafe.
Pwll Gwaelod is approximately 8 miles and is north of Fishguard. Enjoy the sandy beach or walk to Cwm-yr-Eglwys, which is another sandy cove, or enjoy a quiet drink at the Jolly Sailors.
Newport is 12 miles away with its beautiful beach and quaint town buildings.
Further afield is the harbour town of Tenby, with its sandy beaches, restaurants and walks.
If it's surfing you fancy look no further than the two miles of Newgale's sandy beach, 7 miles away. Other beautiful beaches well worth a visit include Druidston Haven, Nolton Haven, Broadhaven, Little Haven, St Brides and Marloes.
All shopping requirements can be met in Fishguard, 3 miles away, and Haverfordwest 12 miles away. Both towns have leisure centres with swimming pools.
Fancy a spot of golf? Haverfordwest boasts an 18 hole golf coarse while Priskelly is a smaller, 9 hole course 4 miles from here.
Want to get away from the beach? - then head to the Gwaun Valley or Preselli Hills, boasting fantastic walks and scenery.
Wales' largest theme park, Oakwood, and the Bluestone with its Blue Lagoon swimming complex are approximately 20 miles away.