Dairy Cottage

Ref: 42011

Holiday Cottage in Ivy Tower Village, St Florence, Tenby

Sleeps
6
Bedrooms
3
Pets
1
6
Dairy Cottage

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Any pet would feel spoilt coming to St Florence in Pembrokeshire. A short drive (window down ears flapping in the wind) takes you to a wealth of beaches to explore in Tenby, Saundersfoot and Amroth. The coastal walks along the fabulous South Pembrokeshire coastline will keep you inspired.


Dairy Cottage is in the middle of the row of coloured cottages overlooking the extensive grounds of this holiday village. The open plan living area is comfortably furnished along with wooden floors throughout. A patio door from the lounge leads out to the communal grounds where there are picnic benches, perfect for alfresco dining or why not use the conservatory dining room which enjoys panoramic views over the rolling countryside. Stairs from the lounge lead up to the pretty cottage style bedrooms. The onsite facilities of pool, sauna, etc means there is plenty to do whatever the season, whilst there are 2 pubs and a shop all within walking distance.

Ivy Tower village is set in the delightful, historic village of St Florence, perfectly positioned, only a few miles from Tenby’s award winning beaches and fine restaurants and Manorbier, with its historic Norman castle and picture postcard sandy beach.

The private cluster of 15 cottages has been bought individually and each offers their own character. Add to this the wide range of facilities on offer that include a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, WiFi access in communal areas and some cottages, children’s play area and tennis court and you have a venue that is suitable for so many occasions. The stone posted entrance leads to the private parking area, where there is plenty of room to park after your journey. The houses and apartments themselves sleep 2, 4, 5, 6 and 12 people. It is this make up that has made the village so versatile, attracting honeymoon couples to group family reunions.

The landscaped meadow overlooks the Ritec Valley towards Tenby and the South Beach. It offers barbecue points, space to play or kick a ball.

St Florence has 2 pubs and a shop within walking distance, Anna Ryder Richardson's Welsh Zoo - Manor House Wildlife Park and Heatherton Activity Theme Park, two of the County’s leading attractions is also a short stroll away. Here they offer paintball, 18 hole pitch and putt, go karts, laser clays, archery, golf range, baseball and much more. Tickets for all these activities can be booked in advance through the Coastal Cottages’ activity booking service. All in all, St Florence is a delightful escape that many return to year after year.

Situated with 42002-42020.

This property supplies a shopping service for groceries. You can pre-order groceries to be delivered to your property and awaiting your arrival.

Ground Floor: Open plan lounge/kitchen/conservatory dining area, bathroom/shower attachment/whb/wc.

First Floor: Double room, twin room, children's bunk room.

Heating: Electric heaters, electric fire, underfloor heating in bathroom.

Electricity: FREE.

Parking: Ample.

Facilities: Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV, DVD player, video player/recorder, CD player/stereo, bathrobes, towels. Shared barbecue and picnic benches, communal WiFi access, heated indoor swimming pool, payable sauna, tennis court and play area. Shopping service for groceries.

Pets: One.

Website: www.dairyholidaycottage.co.uk


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Dairy Cottage Features

BBQ
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Cot & Highchair Provided
DVD
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No Smoking
Pub
Shop
Swimming Pool
Tennis Court
Towels Provided
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Attractions near Dairy Cottage

Admission to the theme park is free, they operate a credit pass system or pay as you play. Get an adrenaline rush by going paintballing, zooming around on the Go Karts or reaching the skies in the Tree Tops Trail! Try your hand at baseball, archery and pistol shooting! Have some fun on the bumper boats, adventure golf and even walk on water! For the smaller children, there is an inflatable zone and indoor play area also! 

Please Note: Dogs are welcomed in the park but must be kept on leads at all times and are not permitted inside the main reception or restaurants. Water is provided outside the main reception. 

As well as the many adventure activities at Heatherton, you'll also find an 18 Hole Adventure Golf Course with a Par 3 Pitch and Putt Course, a Driving Range and even an indoor bowls rink! The challenging 18 Hole Adventure Golf Course is set across 18 acres with various sand traps and lakes, and an impressive 300 yard Driving Range with twelve bays. There is even a Pirates of the Caribbean Crazy Golf if you want something for the little ones! Buy a credit pass and incorporate the Adventure Golf into your exciting day out at Heatherton, or head here solely for an afternoon of golf in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside! Please Note: The Driving Range is not included in the credit system.
The Dinosaur Park, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, is a fun day out for all the family. Follow the Dinosaur Trail around the park, which is a mile long route through the country and over broadwalks as you cross swamps and look out for some surprises from our prehistoric friends! With over 20 life-size dinosaurs for you to admire. After your journey around the park, why not explore in the undercover dinosaur skeleton building! There is interactive fun and education with all sorts of facts about dinosaurs from the displays. Everyone from toddlers to grannies will have something to learn and enjoy! Then, head out to the dinosaur golf and adventure playground, where there's lots to enjoy from feeding the goats to pedal trucking and take a trip on orbitor cars.

Every Sunday, Carew Airfield welcomes you to visit the Carew Market and Boot Sale. With a wide number of stalls, Carew Market has a range of products on offer including local produce, clothing, plants, DIY and gardening equipment and much more! Car booters are welcomed to set up between 7am and 9am, with fees starting from £8. The market is then open to the public between 8am and 3pm. The market runs every Sunday including Bank Holidays. Dogs on leads are permitted. Free parking. 

Built in timber around 1100 by Gerald of Windsor, this now-ruined stone castle is a very popular historic attraction. The walk around the Castle and Tidal Mill is particularly popular with dog owners. The walk is a great free attraction, however there are admission charges upon entry. Carew Castle often hosts special events throughout the year, see their website for more information. 


Please Note: Well behaved dogs are welcome in the castle providing they are kept on a short lead.

Llewellyn's Gallery is a photographic gallery showcasing the work and fine art photographer Gary Llewellyn. The Gallery is run by Gary himself with a little help from his father Ken, who both can offer a fascinating insight into his photographic world. The gallery display framed, unframed and mounted Limited Edition prints, an exclusive selection of greetings cards and the very latest of Gary's work. Framing service for all work purchased at the Gallery is also available.

Caldey Island is one of Britain's holy islands. The Cistercian monks of Caldey continue a tradition which began there in Celtic times. More than a thousand years of prayer and quiet living have made this remote and beautiful island a haven of tranquillity and peace. The monks and islanders of Caldey are pleased to welcome day-visitors to share the delights of their island home throughout the summer season. You can explore the historic Old Priory and the medieval churches or join the free guided walk for a closer look at the island's heritage. You may like to drop in at the Video Centre to find out more about life in the Monastery. Visitors are also welcome to attend the one of the short chanted services in the Abbey Church, which form part of the daily prayer life of the monks.

A walk up to the Lighthouse opens up spectacular panoramic views of the Pembrokeshire Coast, Tenby and the Preseli Hills, the Gower Peninsula and Lundy Island. In the village you can buy the perfumes, chocolate and shortbread made on the island. The Village Post Office is also a museum giving an interesting insight into Caldey's history. Postcards and special covers are franked with the Caldey Island handstamp. A fleet of boats runs to the island from Tenby Harbour from Easter to October. These boats, which are licensed and strictly supervised by the Marine Coastguard Agency, are owned by local boatmen, many of whom are members of the crew of the Tenby Lifeboat. Crossing time is about 20 minutes and all trips are weather permitted.

Please Note: Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leads at all times and you need cash for the boat trip across to the island. 

Once a retreat for medieval bishop's seeking a tranquil surrounding away from the Church, Lamphey Bishop's Palace has been extremely well preserved despite dating back centuries. The Western Hall, Inner Gatehouse and the 82 foot long Great Hall are still an impressive sight to see. Please note: Dogs must be kept on leads at all times.
Tenby
Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is the BIG day out, whatever the weather. With a spectacular zoo, friendly farmyard, adventure play and an enormous indoor funfair there is so much to learn about and enjoy. From farming fun in the Jolly Barn, where you can experience traditional farming methods first-hand, to learning about many exotic animals in Folly Farm's zoo, including endangered species from around the world. Relive the fun of yesteryear in Folly Farm's amazing vintage funfair, the biggest undercover fairground in Europe! Relax outside and watch the kids enjoy a high-seas adventure on the ships and other adventure play equipment or enjoy the indoors incredible ‘Carousel Woods' – Wales' biggest indoor adventure playground. Opening times and ticket prices vary throughout the year. Current opening times and prices are valid up until mid February 2015.

Stepaside Ironworks originally opened in 1849, obtaining ore from the Amroth area and was transported by Saundersfoot railway. The Ironworks are now very much a ruins nowadays with the Engine Blasting House and the Casting House being more well-preserved. Dog friendly all year.


 

Beaches near Dairy Cottage

Lydstep Haven is a picturesque village with a sand and shingle beach, located just over 3 miles from Tenby on the Pembrokeshire coast. It is very popular with swimmers and water sports enthusiasts and there is a great view of Caldey Island from the beach.
Skrinkle Haven beach is a sandy/shingly cove between Old Castle Head and Lydstep Point, 1 mile south-east of Manorbier village. Skrinkle Haven is accessed via its neighbour, Church Doors which is a little cove with two high-arched caves in the cliffs which resemble the doors of a church. The two coves are separated by a tall thin limestone ridge. At low tide it is possible to walk around the ridge, but only for a short period of time. There is also a narrow cave linking the two coves - care is needed as the cave is slippery and one end is in a rock pool. Access to Church Doors is via 140 metal steps.
Manorbier
One of the prettiest beaches in Pembrokeshire, overlooked by the impressive medieval Manorbier Castle and the 12th century church. The beach itself is sandy, with rocks and rockpools at either end and a pebble bank along the high tide mark, and is very popular with surfers. It is home to a stone cromlech known as the King's Quoit. To find it, follow the signs from the A4139 onto the B4585. Parking is available in a National Trust Car Park above the beach and along the low cliff at the northern end of the beach. Toilets can be found in the large car park and shops and a pub in the village.
Penally
Penally beach is a large sandy beach, at the far end of Tenby's South Beach. The beach gives direct access to Coastal Path, taking you up to Giltar Point where the path continues towards Lydstep and beyond. Access to the beach is via a pathway from the car park near the train station, through the golf course and dunes. There are fantastic views of Caldey Island from Penally.
Tenby North Beach consists of a sweep of golden sand, with occasional rocks dotting the beach, including the prominent Goscar Rock. The harbour and castle are at the southern end of the beach which is well sheltered from the prevailing winds. North beach is very popular with families with plenty of space for beach games. Dog restrictions are put in place between 1st May and 30th September, banning dogs from North Beach. 
The mile long stretch of flat, golden sand that is Tenby South Beach is a firm favourite with holidaymakers. Plenty of space for a game of beach cricket or football as well as chasing a Frisbee! The beach is also popular with water sports enthusiasts as it is more exposed than Tenby North beach, it offers better surfing, windsurfing and kite-surfing conditions. Dog restrictions apply below the cliffs, east of the beach car park, between the 1st May and 30th September.
Freshwater East
Swanlake Bay is shingle beach, accessible only from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path situated between Manorbier and Freshwater East. At low tide the golden sand and rock pools are revealed making Swanlake Bay beach worth the trip - it has been one of Pembrokeshire best kept secrets as even during the Summer months you can still find most of the beach to yourself.
Priory Bay beach is a gorgeous beach on Caldey Island. Access to the island is by boat from either Tenby Harbour or Castle beach depending on the tides. The boats run between Easter and the end of October - Monday to Friday and Saturday during June, July, August, however the island is closed on Sunday. Its is a wonderful beach for families with plenty of space to run around, build sand castles and the perfect spot for a picnic. Dogs are welcomed on the island but must be kept on leads at all times. 
Freshwater East
Freshwater East is a wide bay of golden sand and blue water backed by dunes and grassy headlands, there is a freshwater stream running through the beach to the sea at the Southern end. Popular with boat owners, divers, fishermen and surfers alike, it has a shop, pub, caravan park and toilets - all set behind the dunes. .
Amroth
Amroth is a charming coastal village where time seems to have stood still. The beach is punctuated by a series of groynes that help protect the village from winter storms and rough seas. This beach and village mark the easterly end of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which winds its way for 186 miles past all the coves, beaches and cliffs of the Pembrokeshire National Park. Parking is good in the village and along the seafront.

 

Places To Drink near Dairy Cottage

St Florence
The Parsonage Farm Inn is situated in St Florence near to Tenby, with a traditional country setting with a modern twist. The Parsonage boasts two restaurants, one on the top floor and one on the middle, plus a lounge bar on the ground floor as well as a sports bar which is regularly used to host live entertainment evenings. They even offer Thai cuisine in one of their restaurants.
Located just 2 miles from Tenby, come and visit Bubbleton Tearoom. Bubbleton has a long family tradition of growing Pembrokeshire produce from new potatoes, tomatoes and other vegetables, and are now the 5th in the family of generations of keeping this tradition going. Come and relax in the tearooms sampling a roasted coffee or a pot of tea and a homecooked treat whilst seeing the produce being grown and reared in the fields. Bubbleton also has a Farm shop which sells Farm Fresh meats, vegetables and eggs, along with a range of locally sourced artisan products.
Sageston
The Plough Inn is located in the village of Sageston just off the Carew market round about. A pub that welcomes families which serve traditional pub food, Sunday Lunches and real ales. They often hold themed nights and BBQ throughout the year as well as Christmas and Easter Party, which are great for the children. Please Note: Booking is advisable for all parties and Sunday Lunches.
The Lydstep Tavern is a traditional pub with a modern twist. A welcoming atmosphere, with a large beer garden for those sunny days and real log fires for those chillier days, this pub offers a range of popular pub dishes and also caters for dietary requirements with a selection of gluten free meals suitable for coeliacs. The Lydstep Tavern strives to use local produce as much as possible so works closely with local suppliers. Please Note: Dogs are welcome in certain areas of the pub.
The Cross Inn is situated in Penally, just a few short minutes away from popular destinations such as Tenby. Enjoy views across Carmarthen Bay and Caldey Island, the beach just a five minute walk away.
Carew
The perfect place to stop for lunch after a wander around Carew Castle and it's surrounding Mill Pond, as it is situated just opposite. The Carew Inn is a traditional family-run pub serving real ales and home cooked food. With views of the 2000 year old castle, sit outside on a summers day in either the front terrace or rear garden, or go along for a traditional Sunday Lunch. With special curry nights and steak nights all year round; and family friendly barbecues and free live music through the summer. Please Note: Dogs welcomed in the marquee and outside areas.
Castlemead Hotel is located in the village of Manorbier a 5 minute walk from the dog friendly beach and castle. Nestling at the head of a small wooded valley, Castlemead is set in 1/2 acre of mature grounds & lawns with extensive views across Manorbier Bay, the Norman Church and Castle. Recently awarded 4 stars by the AA and Visit Wales, Castlemead offers a daily changing menu using local seasonal produce whenever possible. So whether it's alfresco dining on the lawn in the summer, or drinks in- front of a roaring fire in the colder months, it's a place for all seasons. Children menus available and they have storage areas for kayaks, canoes or surf boards.
East Williamston

The Cross Inn, Broadmoor is a family run pub on A477, 1 mile west of Kilgetty and 3 miles north of Tenby. A traditional pub that serves real Welsh ales and home cooked pub grub which is available at lunchtimes and in the evenings. They have a outside seating area for warmer days which overlooks a large play park for the children to play. They also serve Sunday lunches, but advance booking is advisable.


The South Beach Bar and Grill overlooks one of Tenby's beautiful sandy beaches, with superb views of Caldey Island - definitely a place to go if you're wanting food with a view! Sit outside on sunny summers days, or head inside to keep warm on those cooler days. With a range of quality food, wines and daily specials, South Beach Bar and Grill also offers children's menus. If you simply fancy a coffee after a brisk stroll on the beach, visit the South Beach Shack! Please note: Dogs are welcome in the outside seating area. In bad weather dogs are welcome inside, where they will section off part of the restaurant. Parking is in the main beach car park, charges will apply.
The Tenby House Hotel is situated in the centre of Tenby just on Tudor Square, within walking distance of Tenby's sandy beaches. Pop in for a cold pint on a sunny day or sample a bite to eat from their menu of freshly prepared meals. Sit back and relax with Sky Sports, or soak up the sunshine in their beer garden!

 

Places To Eat near Dairy Cottage

St Florence
The Parsonage Farm Inn is situated in St Florence near to Tenby, with a traditional country setting with a modern twist. The Parsonage boasts two restaurants, one on the top floor and one on the middle, plus a lounge bar on the ground floor as well as a sports bar which is regularly used to host live entertainment evenings. They even offer Thai cuisine in one of their restaurants.
Located just 2 miles from Tenby, come and visit Bubbleton Tearoom. Bubbleton has a long family tradition of growing Pembrokeshire produce from new potatoes, tomatoes and other vegetables, and are now the 5th in the family of generations of keeping this tradition going. Come and relax in the tearooms sampling a roasted coffee or a pot of tea and a homecooked treat whilst seeing the produce being grown and reared in the fields. Bubbleton also has a Farm shop which sells Farm Fresh meats, vegetables and eggs, along with a range of locally sourced artisan products.
Sageston
The Plough Inn is located in the village of Sageston just off the Carew market round about. A pub that welcomes families which serve traditional pub food, Sunday Lunches and real ales. They often hold themed nights and BBQ throughout the year as well as Christmas and Easter Party, which are great for the children. Please Note: Booking is advisable for all parties and Sunday Lunches.
The Lydstep Tavern is a traditional pub with a modern twist. A welcoming atmosphere, with a large beer garden for those sunny days and real log fires for those chillier days, this pub offers a range of popular pub dishes and also caters for dietary requirements with a selection of gluten free meals suitable for coeliacs. The Lydstep Tavern strives to use local produce as much as possible so works closely with local suppliers. Please Note: Dogs are welcome in certain areas of the pub.
The Cross Inn is situated in Penally, just a few short minutes away from popular destinations such as Tenby. Enjoy views across Carmarthen Bay and Caldey Island, the beach just a five minute walk away.
Carew
The perfect place to stop for lunch after a wander around Carew Castle and it's surrounding Mill Pond, as it is situated just opposite. The Carew Inn is a traditional family-run pub serving real ales and home cooked food. With views of the 2000 year old castle, sit outside on a summers day in either the front terrace or rear garden, or go along for a traditional Sunday Lunch. With special curry nights and steak nights all year round; and family friendly barbecues and free live music through the summer. Please Note: Dogs welcomed in the marquee and outside areas.
Castlemead Hotel is located in the village of Manorbier a 5 minute walk from the dog friendly beach and castle. Nestling at the head of a small wooded valley, Castlemead is set in 1/2 acre of mature grounds & lawns with extensive views across Manorbier Bay, the Norman Church and Castle. Recently awarded 4 stars by the AA and Visit Wales, Castlemead offers a daily changing menu using local seasonal produce whenever possible. So whether it's alfresco dining on the lawn in the summer, or drinks in- front of a roaring fire in the colder months, it's a place for all seasons. Children menus available and they have storage areas for kayaks, canoes or surf boards.
East Williamston

The Cross Inn, Broadmoor is a family run pub on A477, 1 mile west of Kilgetty and 3 miles north of Tenby. A traditional pub that serves real Welsh ales and home cooked pub grub which is available at lunchtimes and in the evenings. They have a outside seating area for warmer days which overlooks a large play park for the children to play. They also serve Sunday lunches, but advance booking is advisable.


The South Beach Bar and Grill overlooks one of Tenby's beautiful sandy beaches, with superb views of Caldey Island - definitely a place to go if you're wanting food with a view! Sit outside on sunny summers days, or head inside to keep warm on those cooler days. With a range of quality food, wines and daily specials, South Beach Bar and Grill also offers children's menus. If you simply fancy a coffee after a brisk stroll on the beach, visit the South Beach Shack! Please note: Dogs are welcome in the outside seating area. In bad weather dogs are welcome inside, where they will section off part of the restaurant. Parking is in the main beach car park, charges will apply.
The Tenby House Hotel is situated in the centre of Tenby just on Tudor Square, within walking distance of Tenby's sandy beaches. Pop in for a cold pint on a sunny day or sample a bite to eat from their menu of freshly prepared meals. Sit back and relax with Sky Sports, or soak up the sunshine in their beer garden!

 

Historic Places near Dairy Cottage

Built in timber around 1100 by Gerald of Windsor, this now-ruined stone castle is a very popular historic attraction. The walk around the Castle and Tidal Mill is particularly popular with dog owners. The walk is a great free attraction, however there are admission charges upon entry. Carew Castle often hosts special events throughout the year, see their website for more information. 


Please Note: Well behaved dogs are welcome in the castle providing they are kept on a short lead.

Caldey Island is one of Britain's holy islands. The Cistercian monks of Caldey continue a tradition which began there in Celtic times. More than a thousand years of prayer and quiet living have made this remote and beautiful island a haven of tranquillity and peace. The monks and islanders of Caldey are pleased to welcome day-visitors to share the delights of their island home throughout the summer season. You can explore the historic Old Priory and the medieval churches or join the free guided walk for a closer look at the island's heritage. You may like to drop in at the Video Centre to find out more about life in the Monastery. Visitors are also welcome to attend the one of the short chanted services in the Abbey Church, which form part of the daily prayer life of the monks.

A walk up to the Lighthouse opens up spectacular panoramic views of the Pembrokeshire Coast, Tenby and the Preseli Hills, the Gower Peninsula and Lundy Island. In the village you can buy the perfumes, chocolate and shortbread made on the island. The Village Post Office is also a museum giving an interesting insight into Caldey's history. Postcards and special covers are franked with the Caldey Island handstamp. A fleet of boats runs to the island from Tenby Harbour from Easter to October. These boats, which are licensed and strictly supervised by the Marine Coastguard Agency, are owned by local boatmen, many of whom are members of the crew of the Tenby Lifeboat. Crossing time is about 20 minutes and all trips are weather permitted.

Please Note: Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leads at all times and you need cash for the boat trip across to the island. 

Tenby
Tenby Castle was originally built by the Normans in the 12th Century, of which only a small tower remains on the top of Castle Hill. The town walls however, which it is believed were built later on in the 13th Century, are impressively well preserved, with the east walls running complete to the Esplanade.
Once a retreat for medieval bishop's seeking a tranquil surrounding away from the Church, Lamphey Bishop's Palace has been extremely well preserved despite dating back centuries. The Western Hall, Inner Gatehouse and the 82 foot long Great Hall are still an impressive sight to see. Please note: Dogs must be kept on leads at all times.

Stepaside Ironworks originally opened in 1849, obtaining ore from the Amroth area and was transported by Saundersfoot railway. The Ironworks are now very much a ruins nowadays with the Engine Blasting House and the Casting House being more well-preserved. Dog friendly all year.


Built in the 13th Century, this castle is half fortified manor house and half fully developed medieval castle surrounded by forty acres of land and gardens. The castle and gardens is closed over the winter months for essential maintenance but is open for special occasions. Please Note: Dogs must be kept on leads at all times.
Bosherston
A must see for those who adore the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, this is a tiny Chapel built into the side of a cliff overlooking the ebbing sea. To access this historical site, you must climb down a steep set of steps which is accompanied by a hand rail. Legend has it that you can't count the same number of steps down as you can back up - give it a go!
Narberth
Llawhaden is a 12th Century fortified Bishop's Palace, which was first built as a ringwork castle. If visiting, make sure to check out the ruined chapel of Llawhaden Hospital nearby. Entry is free. Please Note: Dogs must be kept on leads at all times.
Scolton Manor was built in 1842 as a family home, and was even used as a hospital during World War 2. It is now a Victorian Manor House and Museum, set in a luxurious 60 acres of country park and woodland, with a wide variety of wildlife. The park is open all year, whilst the Manor House is closed during the winter months. The Manor House will be opening again in March 2015, and times will be confirmed nearer the time. Please Note: Admission to the Park is free, whilst charges to the Manor House apply. Dogs must be kept on leads at all times, and are allowed in the Park only.

Celebrating the life famous Welsh poet Dylan Thomas lived whilst in Laugharne, the Dylan Thomas Boathouse is most definitely an attraction not to be missed. Dylan wrote some of his most famous pieces in his Writing Shed above the Boat House, including "Under Milk Wood". Since Dylan's death, the Boathouse has welcomed visitors setting up a Tea Rooms offering local produce on its menu, along with a Gift Shop and an exhibition which includes a 24 minute film.

Dogs are allowed in the garden and on the terrace provided they are kept on leads, but only guide dogs are allowed inside. There are no parking facilities.

 

Customer Reviews of Dairy Cottage

The Dyos Family

Fabulous Cottage for a brilliant family holiday! We recently stayed at Diary Cottage at the beginning of July 2015 with our 3 year old daughter. And we will definitely be returning! The cottage itself is the perfect size for a family large or small and has all the facilities you should need throughout your stay ie fully equipped kitchen, spacious living area, good size bathroom and 3 good size bedrooms. My daughter couldn’t make her mind up if she wanted to stay in one of the twin beds or on the bunk beds so alternated each night in the end. The cottage is also very clean upon arrival with fresh new towels / bedding etc so it really is like a home from home which is what we needed as it feels like you are taking everything but the kitchen sink on holiday when you have kids but here you know you only have to take your clothes, toiletries and food and that is it! Onsite you have several tennis courts, ample land for the kids to run around like crazy plus a great park with all the typical things ie swing, slide etc which is great for the kids to burn off some energy. You also have a great size swimming pool which we had completely to ourselves both times we used it. So although there is several cottages on site nothing is ever crowded. There is also a gym and sauna for everyone to use. There is also FREE wifi! Close by you a completely spoilt for choice for all ages with the Zoo, heatherwood and Tenby town centre. Tenby is by far the best beach we have been to in the UK, we especially love North beach as our daughter loves it for seashell hunting! Locals are lovely, friendly and very helpful and you have great choices for restaurants including Cove Inn and The Moorings which we dined at and will definitely re-visit again. We also took advantage of a boat trip out from Pembrokeshire dock to see all the seals, whales and puffins which I would highly recommend for everyone as this is a great day out and not too expensive either. Overall, we had an amazing holiday, booking process was so simple and the owners were very swift replying to any questions I had ahead of our stay. I would highly recommend Diary cottage to all couples and families. We can’t wait to revisit either later this year or early next year.


Dairy Cottage Access Statement

This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.

Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.


Porterage service for luggage is on request and subject to staff availability.

Portable ramps are available but need to be pre-arranged.

Unloading outside property with a 7 yard walk along a flat path, car park 50 yards away on same level.

Doorstep into property (the ledge that is standard on all entrances).

G/F bathroom with o/h shower, WC & WHB.

No steps on G/F.

No other entrance options.

Communal gardens – mostly flat.

2 storeys – no lift.

Good colour contrast throughout.

No inter-connecting bedrooms.

External lighting throughout village.

Television operated by remote control with Teletext.

Guide dogs welcome.

Public transport – can flag down buses at the entrance to the village.

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Please note: This property has a Saturday arrival day, and as such can only accept bookings online that start and end on a Saturday.

We strongly suggest that you look for alternative dates, especially during peak periods, as we may not be able to accommodate you on your preferred dates.

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