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Property Ref:7984
Type:Caravan

The holiday unit for hire on our private land in Pembroke, is 32' x 12'. It is located in its own fenced area with views overlooking the garden and open fields beyond.

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Property Ref: 7984

Bedrooms: 3
Sleeps: 4
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: Yes
Double Glazing: Yes
Central Heating: Yes
Passes Included: Ask
Short Breaks: Ask

** Please Note: We have NO AVAILABILITY before July 2019 **

The holiday unit for hire on our private land located at Wallaston Green on the B4320 between Angel and west of Pembroke, is 32' x 12' and ideal for a couple with two children. It is situatedin its own fenced area with views overlooking the garden and open fields beyond.

There is an abundance of parking places.

The holiday unit has a fitted kitchen with a 4-burner gas hob, full size gas oven, fridge-freezer, microwave, kettle and toaster.

The spacious end lounge has a flat-screen TV and is adjacent to the central dining area. Unlimited Wi-Fi is available for internet access.

Sleeping accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms; one with a 4' 6” double bed and two with 3' single bed divans. There is also a shower room with basin alongside a separate toilet.

Bedding, comprising sheets, duvets, pillows and pillow cases, is provided and changed regularly. In addition, bath towels, hand towels and kitchen towels are also laid out and refreshed on a regular basis.

There is gas central heating fitted that provides endless hot water from the combi-boiler. In addition, the lounge has its own gas fire.

Changeover day: Saturday
Check in: 4pm
Check out: 10 am

No smoking and no pets allowed.

Sorry, but there are no disabled facilities.

Rates include gas, electricity, water, normal waste disposal use. A starter pack of tea, coffee, semi-skimmed milk, sugar and sweeteners is also included.

Location

In addition to being near to famous beaches of Tenby and Saundersfoot, there are a number of local castle sites within easy reach that are worth visiting, including the very popular and still-occupied Pembroke Castle (birthplace of King Henry VII), Carew Castle and Water Mill and Manorbier Castle.

A full day could also be spent happily at Anna's Welsh Zoo, made famous by TV personality Anna Ryder Richardson, or at the Dinosaur Park a few miles down the road just west of Tenby (another famous Welsh seaside resort with its own castle). The local Folly Farm will also provide great entertainment for animal lovers.

Those who are more active or young-at-heart may prefer to go to the Oakwood Theme Park Heatherton World Activity Park or the Blue Lagoon Swimming complex.

There are boat trips available to see dolphins, porpoises, puffins, cormorants, gannets and seals from Neyland Marina to Skomer and Skokholm Islands, each featured on BBC's Springwatch. Boat trips are also available from New Quay to explore Cardigan Bay or visit Ramsey Island.

Other worthwhile visits a little further away include the Big Pit Mining Museum and the National Botanic Gardens of North Wales. Horticulturalists may wish to visit the more local Picton Gardens, Upton Castle Gardens, Colby Woodland or Hilton Court Gardens

If you do not fancy cooking, then try The Speculation Inn, just a mile away. You could also go to the Stackpole Inn after having enjoyed walking various routes that include going around the walled Stackpole Gardens, over the local footpaths and seeing sandy beaches, visiting the National Trust's Stackpole Lily Ponds - again highlighted on BBC's Springwatch program, visiting Broadhaven South beach or finally along the Pembrokeshire Path taking in the notorious Barafundle Bay.

Shops and other eating places can be easily found with the many Inns and Restaurants in the nearby traditional towns of Pembroke and Pembroke Dock.

  On Site Locally
Bar   Yes, Local Area
Fishing   Yes, Local Area
Grocery Store   Yes, Local Area
Playground   Yes, Local Area
Restaurant   Yes, Local Area
Swimming Pool   Yes, Local Area
Take Away   Yes, Local Area

Any date periods marked in red are special offer late deals

From To Nights Price Availability Notes
Sat 06 Jul 2019 Sat 13 Jul 2019 7 £420.00 Available not available
Sat 13 Jul 2019 Sat 20 Jul 2019 7 £420.00 Available not available
Sat 20 Jul 2019 Sat 27 Jul 2019 7 £450.00 Available not available
Sat 27 Jul 2019 Sat 03 Aug 2019 7 £450.00 Available not available
Sat 03 Aug 2019 Sat 10 Aug 2019 7 £450.00 Available not available
Sat 10 Aug 2019 Sat 17 Aug 2019 7 £450.00 Available not available
Sat 17 Aug 2019 Sat 24 Aug 2019 7 £450.00 Available not available
Sat 24 Aug 2019 Sat 31 Aug 2019 7 £450.00 Available not available
Sat 31 Aug 2019 Sat 07 Sep 2019 7 £420.00 Booked not available
Sat 07 Sep 2019 Sat 14 Sep 2019 7 £420.00 Available not available
Sat 14 Sep 2019 Sat 21 Sep 2019 7 £340.00 Available not available
Sat 21 Sep 2019 Sat 28 Sep 2019 7 £340.00 Booked not available
 


About the Area

In addition to being near to famous beaches of Tenby and Saudersfoot, there are a number of local castle sites within easy reach that are worth visiting, including the very popular and still-occupied Pembroke Castle (birthplace of King Henry VII), Carew Castle and Water Mill and Manorbier Castle.

A full day could also be spent happily at Anna's Welsh Zoo, made famous by TV personality Anna Ryder Richardson, or at the Dinosaur Park a few miles down the road just west of Tenby (another famous Welsh seaside resort with its own castle). The local Folly Farm will also provide great entertainment for animal lovers.

Those who are more active or young-at-heart may prefer to go to the Oakwood Theme Park Heatherton World Activity Park or the Blue Lagoon Swimming complex.

There are boat trips available to see dolphins, porpoises, puffins, cormorants, gannets and seals from Neyland Marina to Skomer and Skokholm Islands, each featured on BBC's Springwatch. Boat trips are also available from New Quay to explore Cardigan Bay or visit Ramsey Island.

Other worthwhile visits a little further away include the Big Pit Mining Museum and the National Botanic Gardens of North Wales. Horticulturalists may wish to visit the more local Picton Gardens, Upton Castle Gardens, Colby Woodland or Hilton Court Gardens

If you do not fancy cooking, then try The Speculation Inn, just a mile away. You could also go to the Stackpole Inn after having enjoyed walking various routes that include going around the walled Stackpole Gardens, over the local footpaths and seeing sandy beaches, visiting the National Trust's Stackpole Lily Ponds - again highlighted on BBC's Springwatch program, visiting Broadhaven South beach or finally along the Pembrokeshire Path taking in the notorious Barafundle Bay.

Shops and other eating places can be easily found with the many Inns and Restaurants in the nearby traditional towns of Pembroke and Pembroke Dock.

Property Ref: 7984

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