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Southwinds

House | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

Southwinds is a detached bungalow in an enviable position in Upper Solva, with uninterrupted seaviews over St. Brides Bay. Tucked away along a footpath it is in a quiet position but within walking distance of the beach,local pubs and restaurants. An idea place to relax and as a base for exploring the Pembrokeshire National Park and surrounding area.

The open plan lounge/diner has a bright conservatory with views to the sea. The open fire is lovely for those cosy winter evenings. An easy walk takes you to the Pembrokeshire coastal path - which runs for 186 miles from Amroth to St Dogmaels.

There are 2 bedrooms, the kingsize with it's picture window and view over the harbour,great for long lie ins.

The pleasant twin has a garden view. There is a goodsized garden and patio where you can relax with a coffee or glass of wine and let the world go by. Being close to the beach and Solva harbour it's makes a great base for a family holiday too. There is an unfenced drop from the patio to the path so care is needed here.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Solva
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Cardiff, Nearest railway: Haverfordwest
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 TV, CD player
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 5
Other Linen provided
Outdoors Private garden
Further details outdoors

Parking on roadside nearby.

Further details

Friday is our changeover day. Short breaks may be available in the low season only.

One well behaved dog welcome by arrangement.

A 25% deposit is required when booking and balance then due 6 weeks before the start of your holiday.

A fully refundable security deposit of £100 is required with the balance.

Strictly non smoking inside the bungalow.

The West Wales/Pembrokeshire region

The Pembrokshire national park is a great area to explore.

No other county in Britain having more Blue flag beaches or seaside award beaches. a superb area with varied wildlife charming towns and villages along the coast and the many islands such as Skomer and Ramsey are popular destinations for local boat trips.

A great area for walking, cycling,swiming ,surfing, sailing ,coasteering and caneoing and many more.

Solva

Solva is situated on the West Wales coast 4miles from St Davids and it's mediaeval catherdral. It is an ideal place to walk being on the Pembrokeshire long distance coast path with it's ever changing seascape. There are also lots of paths through the village and surrounding area. There is a coastal bus service which operates all year round ( check times before setting out) making it possible, with some planning, to leave the car behind. The harbour is tidal and at full tide a popular passtime with the children is crab fishing - not for eating they are safely returned to the sea.

An excellent area for cycling being on the Sustrans route 4 and there are lots of quiet lanes.

Boats trips and other water activities such as coasteering and caneoing can be arranged in St Davids.

Solva has a number of excellent pubs and restaurants which are easily reached on foot from Southwinds.

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22 Apr 2014

5/5

"One word for it...'idyllic!'"

We stayed at Southwinds, Solva in April 2014. We had an absolutely wonderful week - sunshine, walking, surfing, boat trips, great food at the local pubs and 'the' most idyllic view. We hav… More

28 Feb 2014

4/5

"Fabulous cottage with beautiful views"

We managed to pick the one week of the year that Wales was put under a severe weather warning, however the cottage is absolutely fabulous. Southwinds is spacious and warm and has picturesque views fro… More

24 Nov 2013

4/5

"Simply magical"

I stayed at Southwinds with my husband and my sister for four nights. We had a totally wonderful time - once we figured out how to turn on the heating! The views are magical and the sun pours into the… More

10 Nov 2013

5/5

"Southwinds - views and comfort"

We really enjoyed our short break staying at Southwinds. The views were fantastic, especially with the changeable weather, and the house was very cosy, warm and well-equipped. We would like to retur… More

16 Oct 2013

5/5

"Another fabulous stay at this gem of a cottage"

We've stayed at Southwinds five times now, which, I think, says it all :) Really comfortable home with outstanding sea views from the conservatory and main bedroom. Coastal path on the doorstep,… More

30 Apr 2013

5/5

"Fantastic view, excellent property"

We have stayed in many holiday cottages all over the UK, this view was by far the best you could just sit in the conservatory all day looking at it and watching the world go by. Warm, cozy, very comfo… More

10 Dec 2012

4/5

"The best view in Solva"

A great visit. This area has a great deal of potential for outdoor activity, but even if there were nothing else to do - and 2 days of unremitting rain and high winds forced us to stay indoors for quite a bit, and we were in deep off season so island trips for bird and aquatic life watching were not running - one could still quite delightfully spend one's time looking out to sea from the beautiful solarium. And even lying in bed in the master bedroom, there was a magnificent view over St. Bride's Bay. The sea changes its face with every shift of cloud and sunlight, and during the storm it was awesome. Moreover we could see rabbits and birds and small wildlife particularly during the stormy days and it was fascinating.
Apart from wifi, all amenities are there and the cottage itself was clean warm and welcoming, with cosy cottage decor. There was ample light by day and well lighted at night and good linens liberally supplied. In case of need, there is Sharon the housekeeper whom you can call. There was a folder with comprehensive instructions and information and many tourism brochures for the region. There were many games for children and a selection of nice books for holiday reading, which one doesn't find in many cottage/apartment rentals. So all around a very homely feel.We had no car but there was still enough to engage one all around for a quiet holiday, a neighbourhood of great charm and quiet beauty, and lovely laid back people. The only disadvantage in this lovely setting, and only for some might it be a problem - is that the approach to the cottage by a narrow path between 2 houses, was a little difficult to locate and navigate in the dark, but once you knew - no problem. And Christine had asked me to take a torch. Moreover if the approach had been in front and road facing, one wouldn't have had access to the view!!
Also we found the external key safe where the key had been kept, a little hard to open, whether we did it wrong or it was sticking I don't know. All in all very relaxed and enjoyable

4 Nov 2012

5/5

"Ideal location and the comforts of home"

the property is on the coastal path with amazing veiws of St Brides from large conservatory and bedroom window. Is spacious inside, tastefully decorated , well equiped kitchen (plenty pots, pans etc) … More

8 Oct 2012

5/5

"Beautiful views, very comfortable cottage, lovely village"

Cottage is really very comfortable and has everything required to make for a memorable stay. Views are exceptional with all amenities also close by. Excellent Chinese meal at The George just down the … More

31 May 2012

5/5

"Wonderful views and coastal scenery"

Just come back from a fantastic holiday in Solva.

The bungalow had everything we needed and was very comfortable with a huge conservatory looking out onto the coastal path and the entrance to Solva Harbour.
The king size bed was perfect and the bedroom had a big window with unspoilt views to the sea.
Solva has 4 pubs and lots of restaurants. The Post Office is a short walk away which stocks everything you may need including local caught crab,fish and lobster.

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Calendar last updated:13 Sep 2014

Based in United Kingdom

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