Driving through charming countryside to the seaside village of Nolton Haven, you will be delighted when you spot this stone cottage attached to the owner’s farmhouse, set just a short stroll away from the beach.
Located on a non-working farm, this traditional cottage offers friends, families and avid walkers a homely base whilst discovering this beautiful area.
The kitchen and spacious sitting room both come with dining areas, meaning you can spread out for meals or maybe play board games in the evenings after a busy day out.
The well-equipped kitchen also allows the cooks to serve hearty meals and snacks or prepare picnics.
Enjoy days out and then come home to relax in the warm sitting room beside a crackling fire before a good night’s sleep in one of the three cosy bedrooms.
On warm afternoons you can sit in the front garden, and almost every day you will see horses passing by.
Stroll down to the sandy beach where sunbathing and sandcastle construction will be the order of the day, or walk along part of the stunning coastal path to take in the beauty of this picturesque part of Wales, where you can spot sea birds and stop to pick wild flowers.
From this perfect spot you may not wish to venture far, but if you do, there’s a range of different days out to enjoy.
Explore historic castles, the magnificent St Davids Cathedral in the smallest city in the UK, take cycle rides or walks, or join the local riding school where you’ll have the chance to gallop along the silky sands.
Set in such a charming location, Stone Lodge provides a wonderful base at any time of the year.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double with basin, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with dining area, open fire and electric fire.
About the location
Haverfordwest 8 miles; St Davids 10 miles.
Nolton Haven is a wonderful seaside village, located on the renowned Pembrokeshire Coast Path and within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This sleepy little village has a sheltered sandy beach where you can sit and relax, explore rock pools, or join the spectacular coastal path for beautiful scenic walking. A country pub serving food overlooks the bay, and you have the opportunity of horse riding via the local village riding school. From this delightful village you can enjoy all Pembrokeshire has to offer: sandy beaches, historic castles, churches and houses, wonderful wildlife both on and off shore with boat trips to the bird island of Skomer and Ramsay, and for something more exhilarating, whitewater rides. The smallest city in the UK, St. Davids, is nearby, with its majestic cathedral, Bishop’s Palace, National Park visitor centre/art gallery and array of unique little shops, tea rooms and eating places, while the bustling but quaint seaside resort of Tenby can be reached in about forty minutes, offering painted Georgian properties set along the bay, and a variety of restaurants. Also well worth a visit are Barafundle Beach, Porthgain, the fossil beach of Marloe Sands and Newgale Beach, great for surfing and water sports, while cycling, fishing, rock climbing and coasteering can also be enjoyed in the area. From the height of summer to a cool winter’s day, you will love your stay in this delightful part of Wales.