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Heather Cottage

(Ref. 993726)

Rosemarket, South Wales & Pembrokeshire Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 6 Guests

  • 3 Bedrooms

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes


  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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13 Customer Reviews

  • "The cottage was beautiful and quirky."

    Really clean and well equipped we loved our stay.

    Reviewed by Duncan5.0Dec 2023

  • "Very well equipped kitchen."

    Well situated for exploring the wider area, castles and coast. We had a relaxing and comfortable stay.

    Reviewed by Sally4.4Oct 2023

  • "A beautiful cottage, with everything we needed."

    Fab location. Loved the option to buy fresh vegetables. Great communication with the owner. Would definitely recommend.

    Reviewed by Anne5.0Feb 2023

  • "Overall, very positive and pleasant experience."

    There were missing towels/beddings but was resolved very quickly. Liked the place and atmosphere. Two points to improve: wifi signal (very good outside of the property but not inside) and barbecue facility should be cleaned/updated.

    Reviewed by Yury4.4Apr 2022

  • "We loved the comfortable cottage and it’s excellent log burner."

    We loved the outside play space and the situation next to a pretty church and Iron Age fort site.

    Reviewed by Caroline4.7Apr 2022

  • "I stayed two weeks, seeing elderly parents."

    Mum poorly. I was born in Tenby and I now live away, so for me it was a base rather than holiday. However the area and the cottages are in a beautiful setting, my children, grandchildren, friends & their dogs joined me at the weekends, owner & staff couldn’t be more accommodating, very friendly (Just like the Welsh, although I may be a tiny bit biased) Internet & WiFi a bit sketchy due to weather and location, but Owen the owner sorted it out with a phone call & once you know where the best reception is (Living room, bathroom & upstairs bedroom to be precise) it becomes the norm. Plenty of towels provided, logs supplied for log burner, the beds could do with new mattresses & duvets, not the most comfortable I’m afraid and I found the pitch forks, guns & saws on the walls a bit difficult to get used too, not very cosy, sorry. My family & their friends weren’t bothered, found it highly amusing, renamed the place “Saw Cottage “ that said, we will definitely be booking again, they had a great time despite the pitch forks, uncomfortable beds & slightly dated decor. Otherwise it’s a lovely place to stay, pet and family friendly. My granddaughter loved the play area and the Llamas, it’s a great base to explore the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast & countryside.

    Reviewed by Georgina3.8Sep 2021

  • "Great location if you want to explore."

    Reviewed by Claire5.0Aug 2021

  • "The cottage was in ideal spot to sightsee, yet there was an issue with flies in the cottage."

    As well as the issue of Wi-Fi. It's shocking.

    Thank you for leaving feedback, despite asking for picture evidence of flies during your your stay, no evidence of this has been provided. The property has been thoroughly checked and no flies were found, we have also not received any other complaints of this nature. At the time of your stay BT have confirmed there was a fault on the line that was slowing the connection to the WIFI, the property still had WIFI but the connection would not as been as fast as usual. If you had made us aware of this during your stay, we could have contacted BT and resolved the issue straight away, as you did not make us aware we were unable to rectify this for you. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Andrew4.7Aug 2021

  • "The host was very helpful."

    We really enjoyed our stay.

    Reviewed by Pietro4.7Jun 2021

  • "The mail with access instruction provided a code to a key box, in case the front door had been found locked - which indeed it was - but no keys could be found there; no information was received that the flat could be accessed by a second door, which only emerged after an unnecessary additional call."

    The flat had not been cleaned sufficiently. Dirty dishes were found (photos are available on request), the rubbish bin was sticky and filthy, the radiators in the bathroom were very dusty, and so were all floors and other furniture surfaces - presumably sofas had not been hoovered and were not any cleaner. On departure, we were requested to "ensure all dishes are washed and put away.", which suggests that the cleaning is delegated to the last guest rather than the property. The request to "remove linen from beds" on departure and place linen and towels in the bag provided also seemed rather unusual. If covid-related measures are the reason for this procedure, then they should have also required a higher standard of cleanliness of at least the property's washable surfaces.

    Reviewed by Barbara2.5May 2021

  • "Lovely little cottage in a great location, would definitely recommend"

    Reviewed by Louise5.0Sep 2020

  • "Such a lovely cottage in a really useful location."

    Access to beaches and local towns. Really enjoyed our stay.

    Reviewed by Rachel5.0Aug 2020

  • "Heather Cottage we found to be a great base for what we required."

    It wasn’t the best of times to visit due to the Corona Virus but we had a Great time. The Cottage was very clean and the utensils there were excellent. The only downside was the owners at the back of us who would let their constantly yapping dog out in the early morning and sometimes leave it out all day,it really got on our nerves at times.

    Reviewed by Fred4.4Aug 2020

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  • Three bedrooms: 1 x family room with double and single with en-suite bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground-floor double and 1 x ground-floor bunk room
  • Ground-floor shower room with shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Sitting room with woodburning stove
  • Oil central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge freezer, shared washing machine, and TV
  • WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Highchair and travel cot available
  • Off-road parking
  • Shared garden with play area and BBQ
  • Two well behaved pets welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 2 miles
  • Pub 50m. Please note: This property has £200 good house keeping bond

The property

In the hamlet of Rosemarket, not far from the small town of Neyland is this stone barn conversion, Heather Cottage, part of Church View Cottages.

Suited to families and couples, this property has ample bedroom space for its size and classic decor.

Entering the front door and stepping onto the wooden floors, you come into the sitting room which is completed by a woodburning stove for those colder evenings in winter.

Past the spiral staircase and the dining area you will find the well-stocked kitchen, where you can prepare delicious meals for all the family.

The ground floor also hosts two of the property's bedrooms - a double and a bunk bed room - as well as the main shower room.

Upstairs there is a family bedroom with a double bed and a single, with en-suite bathroom.

To the outside there is off-road parking and a shared garden and play area as well as a barbecue.

Note: Property can be booked with Refs. 993724, 993727, 993728, 993729, 997061, 997062, together they can sleep 29 guests.

Please note: This property has £200 good house keeping bond

Church View Cottages

Church View Cottages – – Central to the impressive rolling Pembrokeshire Countryside is the quaint historic village of Rosemarket where you will find a beautiful set of traditional cottages bursting with character, in an excellent location for exploring the delights of Pembrokeshire. Perfectly suited for the lone traveller, couples and families and mixed groups for family get togethers, holidays or short braeks. These Welsh stone barns have been lovingly converted by their owner to provide well sized rooms and modern facilities, whilst retaining their classic charm and period features such as wood burning stoves for a cosy night in, wood flooring and exposed beams. Additional accommodation has recently been added with two self-contained traditional Shepherd Huts and a Timber Lodge. Rosemarket is home to a village pub serving local ales and produce and a 9 hole golf course. The village is steeped in history with a Grade 2 listed limestone Church adjacent to the Cottages, a medieval Dovecote and an Iron Age settlement “The Rosemarket Rings” lying within the grounds of Church View. The cottages are situated on the owners smallholding, which is home to chickens, ducks, geese, and even a train of alpacas! Delicious honey produced by the Church View bees can be obtained along with an extensive variety of homegrown vegetables (when is season) all grown on site. If you do manage to venture away from the charms of Church View, there is access to the ‘Brunel cycle and walking path’ directly from the property and the world famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is a mere 4 miles away at Llanstadwell. 10 minutes drive is the Historic harbour town of Milford Haven, “one of the finest natural waterways” in the words of Lord Nelson. Around the recently redeveloped harbour you can enjoy a coffee or delicious meal in one of the many eateries or browse the wonderful craft shops. Travelling west past the Town of Milford Haven, you can discover the “picture postcard” coves and cliffs of Sandy Haven, Dale and Marloes Sands. Be sure to take a boat trip to Skomer Island to spot the abundance of seals, puffins and over 22,000 bird species. Pembroke is approximately 10 minutes away where the renowned Pembroke Castle can be found, one of the many ancient castles and fortresses that can be found in Pembrokeshire, often known as the County of Castles. For a family day out visit Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo or enjoy the rides at Oakwood Theme Park and the fantastic Blue Lagoon swimming pool. Adrenalin lovers can pay a visit to nearby Newgale Beach to sample its rolling surf or go coasteering around the beautiful coastline. The picturesque towns of Tenby, St Davids and Haverfordwest are all within easy travelling distance of the cottages and are a must see for visitors. Church View Cottages provide a fantastic base, centrally located to explore this magnificent county and all that is has to offer.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200.

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About the location


Harvefordwest 5.2 miles

The idyllic village of Rosemarket is located in the breath-taking county of Pembrokeshire, and is a short 4.7 miles from the popular town of Milford Haven. With historic sites aplenty and an unrivaled coast path, this holiday destination has something to suit everyone, whether it be travelling across the impressive Cleddau Bridge and soaking up the local history at sites such as Pembroke Castle, or seeking thrills with the family at Oakwood Theme Park. There are an abundance of pubs, bars and restaurants with some of the finest seafood spots Pembrokeshire has to offer. A short drive will take you to the pretty town of Haverfordwest, where you can wonder through some of the many shops. Experience the beauty of South West Wales during your say in Rosemarket.

Please note: This property has £200 good house keeping bond

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas