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Timber Hill

Haverfordwest Self Catering Sleeps 2 to 6, 3 bedrooms £180 to £690 per week

Timber Hill provides a uniquely beautiful and peaceful valley setting, in mature and thoughtfully landscaped surroundings which have achieved the David Bellamy GOLD Environmental Gold Award for the last twelve years.

Residents have access to our fishing reservoir, well stocked with large carp and other coarse fish, where they can put their skills to the test or merely relax, while away the time and trust their luck.

We are only 20 minutes walk or 3 minutes drive from the beach. You can walk to the beach and Coastal Path through Haroldston Woods.


These unique Red Cedarwood lodges originate from Canada where buildings of similar design and construction are occupied as permanent homes.

Unlike so many timber buildings these lodges are built with solid, two inch thick Canadian Red Cedar walls which have approximately the same insulation value as cavity walling. The natural rich colour of the cedarwood gives the interior of the lodges a unique warm and cosy atmosphere.

Accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms (sleeping up to 6 people), bathroom, airing cupboard, kitchen, sitting room and verandah.

They are fully equipped and the quality of the furnishings, fittings and fixtures is of a high standard. Each lodge has a TV and there is a microwave and conventional oven in every kitchen for extra convenience. There is also Wifi access.

We pride ourselves on keeping Timber Hill as one of the foremost holiday venues, and as resident proprietors we are always available to help ensure your stay here is a happy one.

Provisions: Fresh milk and eggs are available on the premises. The nearest shops are at Broad Haven with the main supermarkets (Tesco, Lidls, Morrisons) at Haverfordwest.

Laundry Facilities: As washing lines cannot be permitted, coin operated washing machines, spin dryer and tumble dryer are available on the site. The Laundry Room also contains information on the area, places to visit, etc. There is also a public telephone.

Baby Sitting: Every endeavour will be made by us to arrange for baby sitting, but please give as much notice as possible.

General Information: Highchairs and cots available. Cot linen is not supplied, but waterproof sheets are available for beds. Please indicate on the booking form if these items are required. Video players can be hired subject to availability.

Local Area

Situated on St Brides Bay in Pembrokeshire, West Wales, Timber Hill is ideally situated for trips and excursions to the many places of historical, architectural and cultural interest around the county.

You can visit the offshore islands of Skomer and Skokholm, or take a boat trip around Ramsey Island,; these Islands are havens for a wide range of birdlife and wildlife.

There's also the attractive seaside towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot, The picturesque St davids - Britains's smallest city, and numerous seaside villages to explore.

Visitors can see local craftsmen at work in woollen mills, potteries, wood-craft, slate, stone and iron works. Leather and jewellery are also handcrafted in local workshops. Families with children may wish to visit the activity-packed leisure park at Oakwood in the south of the county, or the Dinosaur Experience at Great Wedlock near Tenby. Whatever your interest, we will be very pleased to help point you in the right direction.


Broad Haven beach is a 20 minute stroll away which can reached via the Woodland Walk - a lovely way to see many species of birds and carpeted with wild flowers from Spring to Autumn. For the not so energetic the beach is less than five minutes drive by road.

Other popular beaches within the Bay are Druidstone, Nolton and the vast expanse of Newgale Sands, famous for surfing, windsurfing and land yachting and there's also Marloes Sands, a great beach with a rugged Atlantic coastline.

Nearby Little Haven is a picturesque cove-side village with a good choice of friendly inns and restaurants. Freshly caught mackerel, crabs and lobsters can be bought most days during the summer months.

This superb coastline and the quieter stretches of the Milford Haven Waterway cater well for boating, sailing, surfing, board sailing, water skiing, fishing, skin-diving and swimming.

Bookings are normally from Saturday to Saturday although Friday arrivals, short breaks or other special requirements can usually be arranged.