Pembroke 4 miles.
Thorne Chapel has been beautifully converted and enjoys a fabulous countryside location in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park on a no-through road, four miles from Pembroke.
Sympathetically retaining many of the chapel's original features, this one-of-a-kind character accommodation is an ideal base for exploring this fabulous region.
Step up into the wonderfully quirky open-plan living area, set on three different levels with a well-equipped kitchen, a fantastic dining area with church-style furniture and a large family living room.
The showpiece is a 150" projector with an array of films to curl up and watch in the evening after venturing along the nearby coastal path.
This floor also occupies a lavish bathroom with contemporary features, underfloor heating and a rainfall shower over the generously-sized bath.
A classy spiral staircase brings you to a bright and airy first floor, here you will find two immaculate bedrooms, a mezzanine and a cloakroom.
All are finished to a high standard with windows filling the rooms with uplifting natural light.
At the back of the chapel there is a courtyard, a grassed area and a patio with garden furniture.
The garden is fully enclosed.
There is also a grassy area to the front featuring a ‘pew with a view’.
Stunning countryside abounds from your doorstep, offering some astounding rural scenery as well as access to the idyllic coastline with its cliffs, coves and beaches including award-winning Barafundle Bay and delightful Freshwater West.
The medieval town of Pembroke is a fine holiday base as its range of amenities include charming shops, eateries and pubs, the town also features a striking castle.
Some of Pembrokeshire's most popular attractions are close at hand including the towns of Tenby, Haverfordwest and Saundersfoot.
Striking natural features such as the Green Bridge of Wales and Stack Rocks are three miles away, all ensuring a memorable trip.
Thorne Chapel is close to Castlemartin camp, an army base that has a viewing area for spectators.Visitors interested in the military may enjoy watching the tanks on manoeuvres.The firing schedule for the range is published online regularly.
Use Thorne Chapel as your special getaway for that well-deserved break in this breathtaking part of Wales
About the location
Tenby 10 miles; Haverfordwest 11 miles.
A medieval walled town, Pembroke is home to a magnificent castle, which was the birthplace of Henry Tudor. In an idyllic location, on the river estuary, this historic town has an abundance of shops, quaint tea rooms and restaurants. The stunning Pembrokeshire coastline is nearby, with its award-winning beaches and great walks along the coastal path. There is a popular cycle route that starts here, taking you through the pretty village of St Florence and then on to Tenby. Bosherton is just 4 miles away, with its beautiful lily ponds and the popular St Govan’s Inn, serving locally-sourced food and fine ales. St Govan’s Chapel is built into the cliff face, where you can take in lovely views from Stack Rocks, or surfers can head to Freshwater West, which featured in one of the Harry Potter films. Within easy reach are Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, where you can feed molly lambs or enjoy a tractor ride, Manor House Wildlife Park, Dinosaur Experience and Heatherton World of Adventures. Pembroke is the ideal base for a family holiday, a walking break or just the chance to unwind in beautiful surroundings.