Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 9km

BREWERY COTTAGE: is a Charming and Delightful Traditional Pembrokeshire Cottage which was originally built in 1898 to house workers of the Local Brewery and Naval Dockyard. Updated over the years and recently decorated in modern cottage style it now offers Comfortable Self Catering Accommodation for up to 4 / 5 guests and is located on the outskirts of the Historic Naval Town of Pembroke Dock, a stones throw from the picturesque River Cleddau, Sunderland Flying Boat and Martello Tower Museum.

Well Behaved Pets / Dogs are Welcome by prior arrangement.

Its Location is ideal for those guests who wish to have easy access to town and country and many parts of the county, including many award winning sandy beaches, theme parks and gold courses. Very close to Irish Ferries which leave twice a day for Roslare.

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It takes just 5 minutes to walk into town to access everything you would require to make your holiday a memorable one and if you don't wish to use the car you can catch The Coastal Cruiser Shuttle Bus just up the road to access all the major tourist attractions. They are even pet friendly.

Should you wish to enjoy a round of golf in a stunning setting you can visit The South Pembrokeshire Golf Course which is less than a mile from the Cottage and has stunning views of The Cleddau.

The opportunities for fishing, canoeing, surfing, cycling and exploring both rugged and family friendly beaches are Literally all on the doorstep.

There are a few good family friendly pub restaurants which are excellent and good value within walking distance of the Cottage where you can enjoy a Great Meal, Guest Ales and Live Music.

There are many other lovely country pubs and restaurants all within a 10 miles Radius..

Nearby Pembroke Castle (www.greatcastlesofwales.co.uk/pembroke.htm) is a great attraction for kids and adults to explore and the renowned welsh attractions of Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm and Heatherton adventure parks plus many more visitor attractions, such as Bosheston Lily Ponds, Barafundle Bay, Broad Haven Bay South are nearby. I will leave you brochures / information in the cottage for you to view.

The Beaches in the local area are excellent. The award winning Barafundle bay is only 8 miles away and is a gorgeous sheltered sandy cove voted as one of the great 10 beaches in the world. Freshwater East, Manobier, Tenby and Angle are all within a 10 mile radius. Including the more rugged beach of Freshwater West (setting for the last Harry Potter and Robin Hood films and many surfing competitions) Most of these areas can be accessed via the local Coastal Cruiser / Hopper bus service which stops close by.

Driving for a leisurely 30 minutes also gives access to the City of St Davids with its famous cathedral, small fishing villages such as Dale & Solva. The Presseli mountains and famous surf spots such as Broadhaven North and Newgale.

Brewery Cottage Accommodation & Facilities

Our Cottage offers clean, comfortable self-catering accommodation for 4-5 persons. Brewery Cottage is fully equipped double glazed and centrally heated Cottage.

It comprises of an lounge, separate dining room, kitchen and utility room and triple bedroom on the ground floor with 1 double bedroom and family bathroom on the first floor. We supply you with with bed linen at no extra cost, but please bring your own towels.

The grounds around the home are well maintained with large lawned area ideal for sitting out and enjoying those sundowers, barbeques and is safe for children and pets to play and run around.

• Sleeps up to 5 guests

• Double Glazed with Gas Central Heating

• Fully Fitted Kitchen with Gas Cooker

• Cutlery & Crockery for 5 persons

• Kettle, Toaster, Microwave, Counter Size Fridge / Freezer

• Washing Machine

• DiningTable and Chairs

• Comfortable Lounge with a 3 Seater Sofa, Stool and Comfy Chair.

• Colour TV with Sky freeview

• DVD Player and CD Player plus Ipod Doc (selection of DVDs available)

• One double bedroom upstairs,

• One triple bedroom, with 1 single bed and 1 double bed.

• Weekly change of bed linen (Please bring your Own Towels)

• Family bathroom, with shower over bath

• Garden Patio Set

• BBQ in Low maintenance private and secure garden.

• Safe On Street Parking

Please bring your own Dog,s Bed and Bowls!! Dogs are not to sleep in bedrooms or on furniture

Walking Distance to Corner Shop, Asda, Lidl's, Tesco's, Launderette, Spec-savers, Doctors Surgery, Boots Pharmacy, Cafe's, Post Office, Greggs Bakery, Lloyds & Barclays Bank, Numerous Pubs and Restaurants some with live music. Please ask for recommendations.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Freshwater East 9 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 200 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Cardiff Airport 120 km, Nearest railway: Pembroke Dock Train Station 500 m
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 DVD player
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite 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 Single beds (1), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking

The West Wales/Pembrokeshire region

The West Wales/Pembrokeshire region

Pembrokeshire and West Wales offers visitors to the area a unique holiday experience.

For those wishing to enjoy traditional seaside atmosphere there is famous Tenby and Saundersfoot which bustle with activity in the summer months and again towards Christmas and New year with the Boxing Day and New year swims, great fun for swimmers and spectators alike.

Cliffs, sand dunes and tiny coves are scattered all along the coast from Poppit Sands to Pendine, approximately 180 miles of coastline. Some beaches are secluded with hidden or limited access, whilst others are more visible and therefore more popular ...but never really crowded, part of the benefits of being at the tip of West Wales.

Bosheston Lily Ponds is an international important nature reserve providing wildlife habitat for otters, waterfowl, herons and dragonflies. Large pike can be spotted basking underneath overhanging weeping willow trees. Circular lakeside paths meander around the Ponds which were created as a folly on the Stackpole estate 200 years ago and fabulous waterlilies float atop the water from May through to August. Another safe family bathing beach - Broadhaven South beach - can form part of the day's outing, as can the tiny harbour of Stackpole Quay.

For families and young adults there is a great selection of activities including the renowned Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, Heatherton Adventure Park and Manor House Animal Park. There are also numerous historic castles in the area, the most famous being Pembroke Castle, a Norman fortress situated in the heart of Pembroke town, which is a treat for children to explore and learn at the same time.

Driving for a leisurely 30-45 minutes gives access to the City of St Davids with its famous cathedral, small fishing villages such as Solva, the Presseli Mountains and famous surf spots such as Newgale and Broadhaven North.

Most of the areas mentioned above can be accessed via the local Coastal Hopper bus service. Diane the owner of the property are local to the area and can provide maps and local knowledge to help you plan your holiday whether you choose an action packed break or a more relaxed

Pembroke Dock

Pembroke / Pembroke Dock

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This is the only coastal National Park in Britain and as expected boasts a variety of spectacular beaches and breath-taking scenery.

The coast path, beaches and nearby woodlands provide excellent opportunity for recreational walking or more strenuous trekking. There are also opportunities for golfing, fishing, canoeing, surfing, cycling as well as sight seeing and relaxing.

The award winning Barafundle Bay is only 8 miles away and is a gorgeous sheltered sandy cove, voted as one of the great 10 beaches in the world. It can only be accessed by a 15 minute walk or by boat or kayak which further adds to its appeal as it is invariably retains an exclusive feel and is never really busy.

Freshwater East, Manorbier and Angle are all within a 10 mile radius whilst the more rugged Freshwater West is only 8 miles away. Freshwater West is a world famous surf beach and the setting for the latest Harry Potter film and Robin Hood.

All of these beaches are prized for their surf and are great places to visit all year round, becoming less busy and walker and dog friendly as children return to school.

There are quite a few areas to walk your dogs safely close to the cottage, please ask!

Pembroke & Pembroke Dock has many lovely cafes where some will give you access to free WiFi including Williams & Pembroke Town Hall, Pembroke. You will find The Country Market which is situated in Pembroke Town Hall is open most Thursdays and St Govans Centre in Pembroke Dock on Fridays from 9.00 to 13.00. Where you can purchase tasty local Home-cooked Food and Local Produce.