The Retreat in Lamphey is a wonderful place for your family to set up a home for your holiday in Pembrokshire and less than two miles from a picturesque beach.
There is currently late availability at The Retreat for this coming Friday 4th July, with a 20% discount off the full week price.
Sleeping six in three bedrooms and accepting a pet, this really is a place where your family can feel comfortable and at ease. It is a tastefully decorated detached bungalow, with a lovely patio and lawn to the rear of the property accessible by french doors.
There are a selection of pubs and restaurants within walking distance, the Lamphey Hall Hotel has become very popular for it’s lovely cooked meals; as well as the village shop and bakery both in easy reach too.
So, if you are looking for a welcome retreat this weekend, please contact a member of our team for the late availability.
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The Golden Plover is a gem of a property, with much charm and many attractive features.
Sleeping 8 people in total and welcoming two pets, this 200 year old house really is a wonderful place to call home for the duration of your holiday, whilst exploring the many delights that surround you in and around Castlemartin. From the upstairs bedrooms enjoy panoramic views across the countryside and distant glimpses of the sea.
For those that enjoy walking, hiking and discovering the great outdoors, from The Golden Plover you have direct access onto the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The garden of this dog friendly property does border the MOD firing range.
Castlemartin is the next village nearby to where the Golden Plover is situated in Warren and is known for having the highest concentration of sea birds on the Pembrokeshire mainland. Both the known landmarks of Stack Rocks and St Govan’s Chapel are also very popular with birdwatchers and sightseers.
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It does seem as though we have had a few Bank Holiday weekends of late, but who’s counting!
Having another long weekend ahead of us leading us nicely into the Whitsun break, there are plenty of activities and events taking place in Pembrokeshire to help keep each and every one of us entertained throughout.
This year celebrates the 15th year of the Fishguard Folk Festival, which runs between Friday 23rd and Monday 26th May. This popular event brings concerts, workshops, singalongs, sessions and family events to the already bustling town of Fishguard.
Taking place on Sunday 26th May is the Welsh Dragon Boat Championship at Llys y Fran Reservoir. There will be an array of teams entered into the championships, undergoing three heats to make it into the all important three boat final. There will be a selection of marquees on-site and a licensed cafe and bar. There will also be a bouncy castle and slides for children, as well as live music and entertainment for the [...]Read More »
If you are looking for an attractive holiday for your family, then the marvel of Harbour View in Porthgain maybe just what you are looking for. A welcoming renovation, set only 200 yards from the sea!
Sometimes it can be hard to find a large property that can suitably sleep up to 10 people, as well as allowing you to bring along up to two dogs too. Harbour View is very popular for guests that are bringing along a few generations of their families to enjoy a self catering holiday together.
I am always interested when speaking with guests to find out their reason for coming on holiday, the most frequent answer has to be by far that families love to have a relaxing holiday to look forward to, where they know that they have a week or fortnight to purely spend quality time all together with much loved family and friends. Knowing that there is a quality, self catering property like Harbour View awaiting their arrival, makes the whole experience complete and exciting.
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We managed to take an afternoon out this week to discover a walk that I have been told about a lot lately, but hadn’t managed to discover myself until now.
Parking at the Stepaside Ironworks, which is a free car park and clearly signposted as you take the turning for Stepaside from Kilgetty, it is very easy to pick up the path that heads into the woodland aside a stream. It was peaceful throughout the walk, with a steady stream of dog walkers and runners passing by.
There is a little park not far from the car park, we didn’t manage to go there on Wednesday as they were carrying out a bit of maintenance at the time, but I imagine that it is very popular with families to pop out to and enjoy a picnic and a walk.
The path is continuously flat all of the way to Wiseman’s Bridge, it took us between 20-30 minutes to walk one way. I do have a reasonably fast pace when in full flight, though these days it is more about giving my little one a stretch of [...]Read More »