Nanaimo is a beautifully presented annexe to the owners house. It sits in the little village of Stackpole in the heart of The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. There are beautiful woodland walks easily accessible from the property some of which give access to the wonderful sandy beaches of Barrafundle and Broadhaven. This "Castlemartin Peninsula" juts out into the western approaches of the Atlantic ocean and is well known for the diversity of flora and fauna, animal and bird species as well as some of the most magnificent geology to be seen in Britain.
It has a fully equipped kitchen with all cooking utensils and crockery, electric cooker and hob, fridge freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, tv with freeview, CD and DVD players. This wheelchair friendly single storey property is superbly located in the centre of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with its stunning scenery, close to Stackpole Quay and the sandy beaches of Barafundle (nationally acclaimed) and Broad Haven.
We are a short walk from Barafundle and access onto the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. A visit to Bosherston with its famous lily ponds is recommended, then take tea in the 'olde worlde' tea rooms. Spectacular sea cliffs at Stack Rocks and St Govans Chapel. National Trust woodland walks are on your doorstep. The local pub, renowned for its excellent food, is 200 yards away.
A short drive of 10 to 15 miles will take you to Tenby, Saundersfoot, Narbeth and the cathedral city of St Davids, or catch the Pembrokeshire Coastal Hopper outside your door to take you to or home from numerous beaches and locations around the coast and to or from Pembroke to catch connections to Tenby and Haverfordwest.
The Stackpole Inn, 200 yds. The St Govans Inn at Bosherston for good value bar meals. The Olde Kings Arms restaurant, Pembroke, for excellent dining. The Boathouse at Stackpole Quay for coffee, snacks and delicious cakes. The Olde Worlde tea rooms at Bosherston for cream teas.
Places of interest nearby: Castles - at Pembroke, Manorbier, Carew and Haverfordwest. Irish Ferry - Pembroke to Rosslare from Pembroke Dock.
Oakwood Theme Park, fun for all the family. Canaston Bowl and Crystal Maze, ten pin bowling. Heatherton - indoor and outdoor fun all year round. South Pembrokeshire, Trefloyne and Tenby golf clubs, sea and coarse fishing, horse riding, Woodland and coastal walks, safe and sandy beaches, and some of the best surfing beaches in Wales.
Towels, bed linen and central heating included. October to March (inclusive) £15 per week fuel supplement. £100 deposit per week at time of booking, balance to be paid 6 weeks prior to arrival. Please note - if balance still outstanding 5 weeks before the start of your holiday, we reserve the right to cancel your booking. For late availability, and the possibility of short breaks, please contact us by phone.
|Fri 25 Sep '20||Fri 2 Oct '20||£350||7 nights|
|Sat 3 Oct '20||Fri 30 Oct '20||£300||7 nights|
|Sat 31 Oct '20||Fri 27 Nov '20||£250||7 nights|
|Sat 28 Nov '20||Fri 18 Dec '20||£200||7 nights|
Last updated 24 September 2020
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