4.9★ Outstanding Sykes rating Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Pets Yes Show on map Features Off road parking Garden / Patio Highchair available Washing machine Dishwasher Games Room Seaside Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 28 Customer Reviews "Everything in the cottage was perfect, it was comfortable and well equipped." This cottage was one of the best we have stayed in. The only disappointment was the pub at the end of the road has been shut for two years yet still advertised on the Sykes information. This was where we would have eaten out most evenings rather than using the car as the roads are mostly single track. Thank you so much for your feedback and I am thrilled you thought the cottage was equipped and comfy, thank you for the terrific cleanliness and comfort scores. The pub did close for a while but reopened as of July 2022 and I'm sorry that it wasn't clear at the time you booked and wasn't open for your stay. It us now under new management and serving daily. Property Owner Reviewed by BevJun 2022 "Lovely base for exploring." Perfect accommodation for couple and 2 children or 2 couples. Safe outdoor area for dogs. Reviewed by HilaryJun 2022 "Lovely modern cottage walking distance of the coastal path and Lindesway bay which is a small rugged beach." Need to drive to all amenities but you can walk to the garden centre, sports and social club, coastal path. Great location for driving to Little Haven and others which are lovely Reviewed by PatrickAug 2021 "A very clean and well decorated modern cottage with everything you need for a great holiday." Would highly recommend this property. Only downside was when we booked in February 21, the details stated a pub in the village, which would have been great for a few drinks and food. However the pub had been closed since July 20! But as previously stated, great house. Reviewed by AndrewJul 2021 "No instruction manuals for the cooker or washing machine (they could have been left rather than removed as part of Covid recommendations); also no pan scourer, which made it difficult to clean pans, etc." properly. Otherwise, all great. Reviewed by GeoffreyJul 2021 "A comfortable stay in a well equipped cottage." Excellent location for exploring the Pembrokeshire coast. Reviewed by DianeJun 2021 "We loved the cottage & the 2 bedrooms both en-suite and the downstairs cloakroom was a great bonus." Patio was lovely when we had the chance to enjoy the sunshine. The village & residents we found to be very friendly, with great access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal path. The only downside was the pub which had been closed since July 2020 which we were not made aware of and we couldn’t find a shop that was 3 miles away?? Reviewed by CarolynJun 2021 "Very well presented" Reviewed by HelenMay 2021 "A brilliant cottage in a lovely village." Walking distance to the coastal path. Would definitely recommend Reviewed by DavidApr 2021 "A lovely cottage, very clean and furnished to a high standard." Very nice modern kitchen with everything you could possibly need. Having the two bathrooms was useful. Location is excellent for walking and visiting towns with some very good restaurants near by. Would recommend staying at Grove Cottage and would stay again if visiting the area. Reviewed by SusanOct 2020 "Fantastic cottage just a short walk to monks Bay and church, a very welcoming and comfortable place to stay." Reviewed by JoanneOct 2020 "Superbly appointed holiday cottage and the cleanest I have ever stayed in." Great patio area which had the sun most of the day. The low ceilings by the windows upstairs may be a problem for tall people. We had perfect weather and the coastal footpath is a 10 minute walk away so absolute paradise for us. Reviewed by JulieSep 2020 "Brilliant time, despite the weather, a great break with family." Thanks Reviewed by MichaelNov 2019 "Grove Cottage is a lovely, comfortable place to stay." The village is quiet, the local pub is very convenient and the staff and customers are very friendly. It was everything it said it was Reviewed by PatSep 2019 "The cottage was really lovely, in a lovely area and close to coastal walks and a small beach and very quiet, which was great." A supply of toilet rolls would have been nice and another tea towel, but all in all a lovely restful stay. Reviewed by SusanSep 2019 "Had a wonderful time." quiet location but walking distance to secluded bay. short drive to larger beaches at Marlowe. would throughly recommend Reviewed by ElizabethAug 2019 "Good walking access to the coastal path from the cottage, had some lovely meals and a nice welcome in coco's in the village of dale (about an hours walk along the coastal path)." Plenty of secluded beaches around the area. A good base to explore this part of the country. Reviewed by GordonJun 2019 "Really Enjoyed peaceful location and the cottage was a home from home feel." Reviewed by SarahMay 2019 "Extremely well appointed cottage." Very comfortable and a lot of thought had gone into the level of comfort and appliances etc. Situated in a lovely village, this was a perfect get away from it all piece of heaven Reviewed by DavidMay 2019 "Grove cottage is a beautiful cottage and the owners cannot be any better whatever you asked them they always saw to it that everything was right the cottage has everything you need for a great holiday even had a present when we arrived with bottle of wine some jam." welsh cakes,also some sugar tea and coffee so you could make a cuppa before you unpacked. I would highly recommend this cottage but you do need a car to get about the roads are very narrow but there are plenty of places for others to pass even tractors. the nearest bay is at Dale it is a lovely beach and has a great cafe (you can also take your dog in} the food is delicious . the only draw back was we couldn't let our dog on the beach and he loves the sea. .but Broad Haven beach you can take them on which we were glad of Have a great holiday . Reviewed by RosemaryMay 2019 "Absolutely beautiful cottage couldn’t have asked for anymore, perfect location for our travels around the area." Lovely welcome pack even treats for our doggie, lovely friendly village pub a minute away we had a perfect week. Reviewed by DeborahApr 2019 "The cottage was excellent, lovely area, everything was there & well equipped." Definitely will recommend to anyone Reviewed by SallieApr 2019 "Fantastic cottage and a welcome pack which was very nice, rural setting peaceful everything you need places to visit in the area." owners very helpful. would recommend to friends and family. Reviewed by DavidNov 2018 "The location ws extremely disappointing." No views, a small village with too many houses in close proximity and no facilities. Newly built house which was fairly comfortable, but cutlery, decor and general ambience was disappointing. No decor , lacking in sophistication. Would not return. Thank you for your review. I'm sorry you had not had the stay you expected. We are confident that the photos accurately show the decor and ambience of the cottage, which is minimal but modern and fresh. All kitchen cutlery, utensils etc are provided and are more than adequate for the convenience of our guests. The cottage is situated in a lovely peaceful village, with a village pub, and a tea room and not far from the coastal path, just how it is described in the description. Property Owner Reviewed by JohnSep 2018 "We were impressed with the speedy and friendly response we received when we had to contact the owner to report a repair that was needed to a broken stair gate." The situation was dealt with straight away. Reviewed by JanetSep 2018 "This cottage is really excellent." Clean, well equipped and very comfortable. It's in a very good position for the Pembrokeshire coast and in the village it is in a peaceful spot. Overall couldn't recommend it more. Reviewed by CarolSep 2018 "Lovely cottage in a very quiet place - there is a pub but we only had a few drinks and didn't eat there but plenty were." Perfect for our dog. We have teenagers and it's a bit too quiet for them! Good base for the exploring that part of the coast and found some lovely beaches. Nearest towns are Milford Haven/Haverfordwest which don't have much to offer, prefer Tenby. St Davids was lovely and recommend boat trip around/to Ramsey Island. Reviewed by SteveAug 2018 "The cottage was beautiful and Louise had added very thoughtful little touches to welcome us." We will most certainly be returning. I will also be highly recommending the cottage to friends and family. Reviewed by PamelaAug 2018 Show more Summary Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower over bath, basin and WC, 1 x twin with en-suite shower over bath, basin and WC Cloakroom with basin and WC Kitchen/diner Sitting room. LPG heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Highchair and stairgate available on request Off road parking for two cars Enclosed patio with furniture Two well-behaved dogs welcome Sorry, no smoking The Village pub, the Brook Inn has recently reopened July 2022 offering freshly cooked meals daily Shop 3 miles. The property Resting within the lovely village of St Ishmael's, amidst the glorious Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, is this stunning detached holiday home. Offering superb accommodation for four guests, and enjoying such a fabulous location, this is an excellent choice for your next cottage getaway in Wales. A bright and airy kitchen/diner greets you in style, make use of the well-appointed, immaculate kitchen while the layout is complete with a charming wooden dining table for four. The ground floor also benefits from a useful WC and a welcoming sitting room enjoying a tasteful, modern theme with solid oak furnishings, snug leather seating and a wall-mounted TV. The first floor of the property sits comfortably under the eaves, with the rooms being uplifted by light filled Velux windows. Here you will find two wonderful bedrooms, a double and a twin, both of which sport stunning en-suite bathrooms for added convenience. Sunny days can be thoroughly enjoyed within the splendid enclosed patio to the outside of the property. The delights of St Ishmael's rest within easy reach, with its social club providing the ideal place to stop for a refreshing beverage and its wonderful garden centre hosting a popular tea room for a tasty afternoon treat. Within a very short walking distance from the property is a highly-rated traditional village pub which serves delicious food and boasts a large family and dog-friendly beer garden. The beautiful Lindsway Bay is also nearby, a hidden sandy haven to be enjoyed in peace. For more of an active break, you will look forward to venturing the idyllic Pembrokeshire Coast Path where you will find a series of glorious beaches and sublime scenery, along here you will also find ever popular tourist spots including Tenby, Saundersfoot and Fishguard slightly further away. A tasteful holiday home situated ideally for discovering the unforgettable attractions of Pembrokeshire. View on map About the location ST ISHMAEL'S Milford Haven 6 miles; Saundersfoot 24 miles; Fishguard 25 miles St Ishmael's is a splendid little village resting within the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, surrounded by luscious rolling countryside and close to the idyllic coastline. It offers a popular sports and social club, and a fabulous garden centre which hosts a superb tearoom, also serving excellent meals. A wonderful, small beach rests nearby at Lindsway Bay, which is where Prince Charles walked his first steps on Welsh soil. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs nearby, passing through simply unbeatable scenery. The pretty town of Milford Haven sits a few miles away, offering a stunning marina, an interesting local museum and a range of amenities. Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire's county town, is certainly worth a day trip with its riverside shops promising a delightful experience. The popular coastal spots of Tenby, Saundersfoot and Fishguard all lie within easy reach, all boast beautiful coastline and much to see and do. The famous city of St David's is also an easy distance away, famed for being the UK's smallest city whilst being dominated by its idyllic cathedral.