Musselwick lies across the bay from Dale in a bay which is sheltered from the prevailing winds. The coast at Musselwick is south west facing and with the reflected light from the water has a special micro-climate.
The beach consists of pebbles, rocks and rock pools, home to crabs and many other sea creatures including mussels and cockles . There are patches of sand that are large enough to keep young children happy for long periods.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs around the edge of the grounds offering superb walks straight out of the garden. Bird watchers will see many species on the foreshore with a nature reserve at the top of the bay.
The main activity for most visitors to Musselwick seems to be sitting on the front lawn watching the dinghy racing, the spectacular windsurfers, the ships and the wildlife. But for those who want more activity there is a wide range of opt…
Choose from 2 self catering properties in Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire:
Ty Rhosyn: Sleeps 10.
A short path leads through the rose garden to the front door of Ty Rhosyn which is located on the first floor. The welcoming entrance hall leads to the kitchen and lounge and has wooden staircases leading to the upper and lower floors.
Kitchen - The large, airy kitchen is fully fitted and includes a split level cooker with oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster and a DAB radio. Adjoining the kitchen is a utility room which contains a washing machine and has a separate cloakroom. The utility room also provides access to a metal staircase leading down to the rear garden.
Lounge - The spacious lounge contains comfortable sofas and armchairs to help you relax after a busy day enjoying all the area has to offer. There is a large flat screen TV and BluRay player and a simple-to-use …
Felindre is set in the country overlooking the spectacular North Pembrokeshire coastline in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park and we are only a few minutes walk away from the Coastal Path.
Your holiday cottage at Felindre is ideally situated to enjoy all the delights of North Pembrokeshire; the spectacular coastal walks, the quiet sandy beaches, the open hilltops of the Preseli Mountains and the tranquil woodlands of the beautiful Gwaun valley. The historic city of St Davids, with its cathedral, shops and art galleries is only 15 minutes drive away.
A five minute walk through the fields brings you to the picturesque fishing village of Porthgain, with its small harbour, art gallery, award winning bistro and one of the most welcoming pubs in the area, The Sloop Inn! The spectacular sandy beach of Traethllyfn is just a short walk away.
The three stone cottages enjoy pano…
Banc Cottage and Badger Banc are both 18th Century stone cottages situated in the North of Pembrokeshire just on the edge of the pretty, quiet village of Moylegrove, within easy distance of Newport and Cardigan. We have taken great care in the renovation of the cottages to ensure that they both retain many original features and charm.
The peaceful village of Moylegrove is within easy walking distance of the Coastal Path and the spectacular Ceibwr Bay.
Banc Cottage - sleeps 4:
Lounge/dining area with original beamed ceiling, stone walls and a fireplace with a Rayburn. There are very comfortable easy armchairs, a sofa, colour TV/video machine combined, dining table and chairs.
The kitchen is fully fitted with an oven, fridge and microwave.
Upstairs is family room with a double bed and two single beds. Linen is provided for the beds which all have duvets.
South Pembrokeshire is a wonderful location for a holiday in Wales where you will find many and varied attractions. They can be as simple as a walk across the cliff top or a stroll along the beach; maybe exploring rock pools as you amble. For the more adventurous you can have all the fun of the fair at Oakwood Theme Park or how about a day with the animals at Folly Farm. Amongst places of interest to visit there's the walled town of Tenby only 3 miles away, the beautiful Cathedral at St Davids or just get away from it all and absorb the natural beauty of Pembrokeshire.
Baytrees is a large house divided into three parts consisting of the Flat, Cottage and owners accommodation. Situated just four minutes walk away from Saundersfoot village which has harbour, shops, restaurants, pubs and safe sandy beaches. The house is fully enclosed by pleasant gardens and contains off road vehicle par…
Ty Gwilym Holiday Cottages are set in the heart of St Davids, very close to the Cathedral, restaurants and shops and yet, within ten minutes walk of the coastal path and five minutes drive from the Blue Flag beach at Whitesand Bay.
Ty Gwilym dates from the 18th century and has three lovely holiday cottages - Bwthyn Gwe, Bwthyn Lil and Ty Gwilym, sleeping a minimum of two, three and six people. They have been carefully restored to a high standard and retain many original period features.
Ty Gwilym was originally an old farmhouse and is the largest cottage, which sleeps six comfortably.
The spacious accommodation includes a lovely sitting room with original fireplace, gas ‘open’ fire, comfortable sofas and chairs, Sony digital TV, DVD, CD player with iPod connection and Wi-Fi.
The quarry tiled hall has views of the Cathedral and the fully equipped kitchen provide…
Selkie Retreats offers two high quality holiday letting properties. Elegant Tan Y Ffynnon house and quirky Selkie's Caravan are situated only around 100m from wonderful Whitesands Beach in Pembrokeshire, enjoying lovely views of the rocky outcrop of Carn Llidi and down towards the sea.
Tan Y Ffynnon is a charming 1930s house which has recently been carefully restored, to add some modern luxuries whilst conserving the original character and even adding a touch of Art Deco. The result is a unique and soulful house with a fun and welcoming atmosphere. The house can comfortably sleep up to ten people, having five bedrooms, a large kitchen- diner, three bathrooms, two sitting rooms and an enclosed garden with ample parking.
Selkie's Caravan is a modern caravan next door to Tan Y Ffynnon and sharing the delightful views. Sited in its own pretty garden, it can be booked separately, or to…
Our holiday lodge is located on a farm, just over the hill from the sea. It is quite small, but has 3 bedrooms to sleep 6 people, a kitchen, bathroom and living room, with a balcony outside. Its sensibly furnished to cater for families with children.
The lodge has a bath and shower, blankets and duvets, pillows, a microwave, cutlery and crockery. There is an iron, an ironing board, a TV and a radio. Only sheets, pillowcases,duvet covers, towels and tea towels need be brought.
The Pembrokeshire coast is Britain's only coastal national park. It is notable for its wild cliffs, beautiful sandy beaches and off-shore islands, some of which contain the largest sea bird colonies in Europe. Timber Hill is just inland from St Brides Bay, facing west to the open Atlantic.…