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Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
This property oozes character . An attractive stone conversion retaining the external steps to the first floor, the cottage is beautifully fitted out with handmade quilts.
The enormous four poster bed is a seldom found luxury to complete your stay. One of two very comfortable properties at the end of a private lane, in an outstanding location, just yards from the Coastal Path. Stroll to the beach, walk to your heart's content, go birdwatching, barbecue or just put your feet up.
Converted to a high standard,the Stable offers a wonderful retreat for any time of year. Logs for logburner provided, however, extra baskets at £5 charge please. Dogs welcome.Short stays (3 days min.) now at £70 per night plus heating costs.
For further details on our holiday home please visit our website www.pembrokeshirecottageholiday.co.uk NB . For 2013 season, there will be a brand new kitchen in the Stable. Lots more storage. Will be ready by end of Feb.A new bathroom was put in in 2012, with shower and bath.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||West Angle Bay 200 m|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Cardiff 160 km, Nearest railway: Pembroke 12 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, Shared garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
A four-poster bed in main bedroom(super king). Twin beds in smaller room. Two comfy sofas(new to the cottage). When we are there, any ideas, thoughts welcome. We love meeting you all and really want you to have a lovely time, summer/winter. Christmas .Jan 12 - new smart bathroom. Really pleased. Bigger shower, all tiled & clean & bright. Good job done.Winter 2012, a brand new kitchen to be fitted . All ready for holidays in 2013. Very excited about that. Avril
|Further details outdoors|
South facing patios for use of both cottages. Real sun-trap. Relaxing for morning coffees. Two paddocks, one for both behind cottages, with table and seats. Good space for kicking a ball, picnicing and quite sheltered from the Westerlies. "Sea" paddock, our favourite. Views over the Haven and St Annes Head. Table , seats. Wonderful place to sit, have a drink, gaze at the water, boats, and best of all view the wonderful sunsets. Front lawn, two deckchairs, in sun, sheltered, nice to sit quietly and read. Enjoy.
Arrival after 1500, departure by 1000. Please take your own towels. All else is supplied.
About this location
The Pembrokeshire region
=== When It's Hot ===
Catch the rays. We’ve got stunning beaches – from miles and miles of golden sands to tiny - but there’s tons else to do. There’s fragrant gardens, fun attractions, al fresco eateries...
=== When It's Windy ===
Ride the wind - go wind-surfing, kite landboarding or kite surfing. Take an exhilarating cliff top walk and watch white crested waves race into the land. Escape indoors to a restaurant with a view and watch the world blow by…
=== When It's Wet ===
=== Angle ===
This charming village is located between East Angle Bay on the Milford Haven Waterway and the sandy West Angle Bay at the entrance to the Waterway. Angle has a proud and long seafaring tradition, and its lifeboat station is evidence of this. It has a fine medieval fortified residence (the Tower House). East Angle Bay is very popular with boat owners and the village is well situated for some interesting circular coastal walks.
=== Pembroke ===
This character-rich walled town dates back over 900 years and is famous for its Norman Castle, one of Britain’s finest and one of the best known in Wales. It was the birthplace of Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty. Along the main street with its predominance of Georgian buildings you’ll find a variety of shops, banks and restaurants. The mill pond runs parallel to the main street and is a peaceful spot to watch the swans, herons, ducks and other water birds. You may even be lucky enough to spot an otter.
* The Castle, a must with its endless rooms, spiral stone staircases, passages and turrets will occupy you for hours. It affords fine views of the town and surrounding countryside and waterway. There’s also a museum and during the summer months an extensive programme of dramatic events, re-enactments and festivals takes place within its walls.
* The Pembroke Visitor Centre tells the Story of Pembroke in graphic detail.
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11 May 2014
We had a fantastic week in Angle - we were made very welcome by everyone we met in and around the area. The Stable exceeded all our expectations - it is in a beautiful location overlooking the Bay an… More
So happy you loved being here. It was a pleasure for us too. Look forward to seeing you again. Avril & Ray
29 Sep 2013
"A wonderful retreat"
This is a beautiful holiday home in an excellent location. We have loved visiting Pembrokeshire for many years, and this was, without a doubt, the best appointed holiday home we have ever had in the … More
Thanks so much for the kind words. We also feel we are with friends when you visit and look forward to seeing you again next year. Safe & happy winter. Avril. PS Hope to have pine doors on bedrooms to replace old ones by next season.New kitchen installed Spring 13 . Look forward to a great 2014 with you all.
20 Sep 2012
"Wonderful place - The Photo[--]s dont do it justice"
Beautiful scenery, lovely quiet location just a lovely place to spend time...even nicer if the weather behaves itself.
Lovely cosy cottage - the log fire made it especially nice on cold evenings. Comfy beds and good amenities - WiFi access would have made things allot more convenient as the mobile signal is very low.
Amazing location, 2mins walk to what seems like your own private beach.
We will be coming back!
Thanks so much for the lovely review. Look forward to welcoming you back. Will be updating this winter ( and enjoying a storm or two) Avril
25 Aug 2012
"Very happy indeed"
Charming character cottage in a stunning location. Brand new bathroom of the highest standard and good order throughout the rest of the building. Main bedroom had the biggest bed I have ever seen, easily sleep the whole family! Lovely log fire to warm you up after the bracing sea air. Large grass area outside great for kids and balls, beach 200 yards away very safe. Ray and Avril are superb hosts.
We hope to welcome you back in 2014. We love all our guests who love Angle for just being Angle. Return & relax. Thanks, Avril
2 Jan 2012
"Stunning location, cosy cottages."
We have stayed at both The Stable and The Dairy, the latter was May 2011 and we stayed at The Stable in May 2008. Both cottages are extremely cosy and comfortable and in an absolutely stunning location. I really felt the need to add a review after reading the last awful comment left by the family who stayed in August 2011. I'm totally shocked that they could describe such a beautiful place in such a negative way. I have read the guest books in each cottage and I can honestly say there wasn't one bad comment and guests seem to return again and again, so that says it all! So to sum things up in short, Angle beach is CLEAN, safe and just 2 minutes walk. There are stunning coastal walks, one we did was to Freshwater West beach, amazing views of sea and countryside (not industrial), oh there may be slight glimpses of BP Milford Haven, but that's more mystical in a funny way than ugly. The cottages themselves are well equipped and cosy, a lovely base to go back to after a great day out in this fantastic area. Last point to mention, you don't have to go all the way to Pembroke dock to shop, there's a perfectly good Co-op in the beautiful medieval town of Pembroke, which is 10-15 minutes drive.
Happy new year to you all. The Stable is having a brand new kitchen in Feb. We look forward to seeing you again at the cottage at the end of the world! Thanks so much for your wonderful review. Avril
2 Oct 2011
"cosy cottage in a stunning location"
We have just spent yet another holiday in this cosy and peaceful cottage.
The location is stunning with views over the Haven and beyond.
With the local beach and the coastal path both within walking distance of the cottage it is ideal for walkers and dogs.
Happy New Year to you.We are Looking forward to your next visit.There will be a brand new kitchen there by the time you return. Avril
21 Aug 2011
"Grubby, scruffy, kitchen dirty, dated, uncomfortable, sleeps FOUR NOT FIVE"
Really upset to arrive and find there was no-where for the fifth member of our party to sleep. After a cup of tea, from a grubby kettle, we discovered the rank sofa-bed and considered taking the mattr… More
I am very sorry they did not enjoy their stay. If we had been told straight away that they were not happy with the cleanliness of the Stable, We could have had it re-cleaned immediately. I had no recollection of 5 adults staying. I would not have agreed to it as the sofa bed was untried by me. It has been deleted from web site. We bought the cottages under a year ago and are continually upgrading and improving them. I may say, whilst not liking anything, the cottage/beach/shop/area, the family certainly left the Stable in a state worse than they found it. It took hours to put straight. It had been totally disrespected.
I would , however, like to say Thank you to the family. My cleaners have "upped their game". I have moved apace with getting sofas changed(it was on my list)This winter, we are putting in a new bathroom & shower. It is very important to me and a joy, when visitors come and have a lovely holiday. I get to know the most super people and it makes it very worthwhile. This has really hurt me, but I take the points and am working hard to improve the Stable, so we can continue to get the really lovely comments that people give us. I always accept gladly ideas, critisims people have. It is great to hear the good reviews and we welcome those, of course.
I would like to have offered the family a gesture of goodwill if they would like to return, but it seems from their review that nothing was right, for miles around. I cannot take responsibility for that, nor do I agree. I therefore think they would be happier elsewhere. We, and lots of us, who return to Angle year after year, love Angle. We love the end of the road, the peace & quiet, the views, the beach, the lack of modernity, the walks, friendly people, our cottages in our special location and we will continue to work hard so you can all enjoy it too. Avril
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