The Granary Cottage, Llanddinog, Solva
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Cottage | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 5
Sleeps up to 5 adults - 4 Star Visit Wales Grade.
Price: £300 to £740/ week
Converted from a 19th century granary, this detached cottage provides self-catering accommodation for up to five people in three bedrooms – two double-bedded rooms and one single. The bathroom/wc is also on the 1st floor (shower over bath). The ground floor layout is open plan with kitchen, dining & sitting areas. The property benefits from full gas central heating with on demand hot water. There is a small fenced courtyard to the front of the property.
The bedrooms all have cottage and Velux windows so are light and airy.
The all electric kitchen is fully equipped and has a washing machine and dishwasher & double oven cooker as well as the usual range of utensils. There is a digital HD colour TV / DVD which also acts as the Radio and CD player.
There are beams and exposed stone walls in the open plan sitting / dining room, and an electric 'log burner' supplements the full central heating which means that even on the coldest night the cottage is warm and cosy.
During Summer there is a barbecue provided for use in the enclosed gravelled forecourt, which provides a sunny south-facing entrance to the cottage, and contains garden table and chairs for 'al fresco' meals.
Family run accommodation offering a choice of 6 houses of various sizes under the banner of Solva Situations - All houses are on holiday lettings website
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Newgale and Whitesands 4 km|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||4 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Cardiff, Nearest railway: Fishguard and Haverfordwest|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (1), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 5|
|Outdoors||Shared garden, BBQ, Swing set|
The Pembrokeshire region
Sunny Solva - The area that forms the Peninsular thrusts out into the Atlantic and because it is the most westerly part of Wales it has it's own unique weather system - nothing between us and the prevailing winds following the gulf stream from America. As result it can often be sunny in Solva and raining in Haverfordwest as the clouds have no land mass to form over until they get a little inland.
The rugged coastline of northern Pembrokeshire is renowned for it's beauty with imposing 300ft cliffs falling to the clear waters of St Brides Bay.
Beaches as stunning as Barafundle are hard to beat and several major films have used this beautiful area as sets - Harry Potter, Robin Hood and Moby Dick to mention a few of our celebrities. This year a remake of Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood is being made and Solva is the base of operations. Rhys Efans is taking the part of first voice.
There are food and music festivals in St David's and Fishguard as well as the Pembrokeshire Fish week which boasts one of the county's principal products - FISH..
Great fish menus are to be found all over the county. The Shed at Port Gain, The Grove at Narbeth, Warpool Court in St David's and the Swan at Little Have to mention a couple.
Stay at the Farmhouse - or one of your other properties in or near Solva - and relax and enjoy your stay in Pembrokeshire knowing that the accommodation will meet your needs.
We have 6 self catering holiday cottages available to let throughout the year. Four are located in the tiny hamlet of Llanddinog which lies just a couple of miles north east of Solva whilst Ty Talcen and Ty Golchi are situated within the beautiful village of Solva.
LLANDDINOG OLD FARMHOUSE & COTTAGES, SOLVA
Approached along peaceful winding lanes, the properties at Llanddinog are set in extensive private grounds and comprise The Old Farmhouse along with 3 tastefully converted out buildings – The Stable, The Tackroom & The Granary.
If all the properties are at Llanddinog are booked as a group, together they offer 11 bedrooms potentially sleeping up to 21 people, great for family gatherings or group holidays with friends. All of our properties at Llanddinog have 4 Star WTB ratings
TY TALCEN & TY GOLCHI COTTAGES, WHITCHURCH RD, SOLVA
Located in the upper part of the village and within walking distance of the village shop, Pubs, post office and harbour, Ty Talcen & Ty Golchi are an ideal base for exploring the delights of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
“Solva Situations” offers superior cottage accommodation at 6 separate properties in or near the beautiful coastal village of Solva and the cathedral City of St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Rent one for a self catering cottage holiday and you will be assured of a comfortable base from which you can explore and enjoy all the many attractions and sites in and around the famous Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Solva and it's surrounding areas are set in the heart of the glorious St David's peninsular, and the Pembrokeshire National Park. The challenge of the 186 miles of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path is a must for the more active, or even those who want a gentle stroll on the less challenging parts. Blue Flag beaches are everywhere and within easy driving distances, Newgale, Whitesands, Broad Haven, Sandy Haven, Freshwater East to name a few. Surfing in Pembrokeshire is said to be some of the best sets in the world and many of the activity centres offer lessons and well as surf board hire.
The wildlife - as well as the beach life - is stunning. The nature reserve islands of Ramsey , Skomer (famous for its summer visitors of the Manx Shearwater and Puffins) and Grassholm are all available to visitors (no landing on Grassholm which is one of the world's best Gannet colonies). Boat trips around all are regular during the season.
Solva is often described as Wales's prettiest coastal village and has a number of eateries plus shops and galleries, The Cafe on the Quay is an ideal place to go after a walk on the headland.
St David's is Britain's smallest City and the beautiful Cathedral and ruins of the Bishop's place are a must. St David's meets all your shopping needs for your stay in the peninsular.
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28 Aug 2014
"Superb base for escaping the "rat race""
Our 21st consecutive year staying in one of the four Llanddinog Cottages. Could only manage a week this summer due to family commitments, normally we come for three! Charles and Claire, the owners, ha… More
Many thanks for the brill review.. Look forward to seeing you all again in 2015 and hopefully for your full stay next year..
All the best . Charles & Claire
Ps didn't know we were meant to respond!!