Escape to our dog-friendly woodland holiday cottage
Set in the heart of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Traditional Holiday Cottage
This beautifully restored traditional holiday cottage is situated in a 12-acre wood not far from the quaint coastal village of Solva and county town of Haverfordwest. The Woodland Retreat is the perfect choice for anyone who likes a dash of luxury with their peace and quiet.
The open plan living area is fresh, modern and inviting, with a kitchen and dining area for two people. There’s also a comfortable double bedroom for the best post-sea swim sleep and a wet room with a shower, toilet and washbasin. A handy storage shed for bikes and luggage adjoins the main house.
In the sheltered gravel section of the walled garden to the rear, you’ll find a picnic table and barbecue area. A lovely place to relax on a sunny summer’s evening, listening to the waves in the distance. To the front of the property lies a large wildlife pond and extensive lawns, surrounded by woodland. Up to two dogs are very welcome at the cottage and there are plenty of dog-friendly walks in the immediate local area.
In the summer, the cottage is a cool sanctuary to relax in after a day at the beach or a walk along the famous coastline. In colder months, the underfloor heating and cosy wood burning stove keep you as snug as a bug. It’s an especially romantic ‘cwtch’ (as we say in Wales) if you’re enjoying a holiday with your special someone!
We know that when you’re away from home, you still need the usual comforts. That’s why we provide as many convenient facilities as possible in every holiday cottage, including:
The quiet seaside harbour of Solva is just a couple of miles away. Here you’ll find The Cambrian Inn Restaurant, cafes, a village shop and some lovely arts and crafts galleries.
If you’re feeling adventurous you can walk the spectacular, sea-swept headland or take a fishing trip with Solva Boats. Some of the most stunning sections of the Pembrokeshire Coast path can be easily reached from here.
Britain’s smallest (and prettiest) city, St Davids, isn’t far. Or you could take a trip inland to the wild Preseli Hills with its ancient stone circles, linked to Stonehenge.