Village Cottage

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Holiday Cottage in Martletwy

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Village Cottage

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Village Cottage is a charming detached cottage set in the heart of the village of Martletwy, a sleepy spot not far from the picturesque Cleddau estuary, a bustling waterway for tourists and bird and wildlife haven set within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. 

Comfortably furnished throughout, it reflects a cottage theme, the spacious fitted kitchen with useful breakfast bar is perfect for preparing family meals. While the sitting room leads through to a conservatory/dining room which overlooks and opens to the split-level decked terrace which runs across the back of the cottage. Steps take you down to the sloping lawned garden with mature trees and shrubs. 

Enjoy dining alfresco on a summer’s evening on the decking overlooking the garden, the view is beautiful and uninterrupted  across the fields and the lush valley. The well-appointed bedrooms on the first floor all look out over the fields to the rear. This is the perfect holiday base from which to explore, tucked away yet good walks abound and the stunning waterway with its hidden tributaries is just over 2 miles away at Landshipping, here you can launch boats, so ideal for water sports and sailing enthusiasts. Alternatively, the riverside village of Lawrenny with its local pub and highly recommended Tea Rooms is another popular place to refresh, while a visit to Cwm Deri Vineyard in the village itself to sample the locally produced wines or enjoy a meal in their conservatory dining room should not be missed. There is another pub serving good food the Snooty Fox nearby. 

There are a host of children’s attractions all within a short drive including Oakwood Theme Park, Blue Lagoon water park, Folly Farm and Anna’s Welsh Zoo. You are never far away from a beach in Pembrokeshire and some of its finest sandy beaches at Saundersfoot and Tenby are less than a 15 minute drive, or the busting market town of Narberth with its excellent boutique shops, pubs, restaurants and antique market lies in the other direction. 

A wonderful holiday cottage for a family or friends to escape to whatever the season.  

Ground Floor: Hall, shower room/whb/wc, kitchen/1 step to utility room, sitting room, conservatory/dining room. Garage for storage of bikes etc.

First Floor: Single room, 2 twin rooms, double room, bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc.

Heating: Oil central heating.

Electricity: & Oil: £25 per week September - May, free June - August.

Parking: 3 cars on drive.

Facilities: Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, TV, DVD player, iPod dock, WiFi, towels, garden furniture.

Pets: Two.

Website: www.villagecottagepembs.uk


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Village Cottage Features

2 Baths/Showers
2 Twin Bedrooms
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Full Central Heating
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Attractions near Village Cottage

Known to be one of the best days out in West Wales, Oakwood has a range of rides and attractions for all the family. Be brave and feel the adrenaline buzz on rides such as Megaphobia, Speed and Vertigo or get went on Hydro! Circus Land and Mini Golf are perfect for the little ones. If spooky is your thing, you're definitely in for a treat with Spooky 3D. Head to the newest attraction at the park, Neverland where you can visit Skull Rock, the Jolly Roger and Tink's Flying School, or go on a Neverland Chase, a Crocodile Coaster or even a Lost Boys Adventure! Make sure to keep updated with Special Events they offer throughout the year, such as their Oakwood After Dark where the park stays open til late, all the rides are illuminated and they put on a fantastic firework display!

Please Note: Dogs are not permitted into the park, but there are free holding kennels available on a first come first served basis. They do ask for a refundable £5 deposit, and advise you bring along a bed/blanket plus a bowl and water. You are allowed to leave the park as many times as you wish to check on your dog. 

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.

Nestled in the Pembrokeshire Valley, Clerkenhill is a great day out for the family and is suitable come rain or shine! Clerkenhill offers a selection of exciting and interactive indoor and outdoor activities to enjoy, these include Frisbee Golf,Crazy Golf, Adventure trails. Watch the children laughing and playing in the numerous large play areas which include giant tube tunnel slides, big adventure castle or relax in their new summer house!

Please Note: Dogs are welcomed but must be kept on leads, and please keep them under control near the animals.

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.

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.

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. 

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.
Haverfordwest
Haverfordwest Golf Club offers a challenge to players of all levels and affords spectacular scenery as it is set near Pembrokeshire National Park is West Wales, with views over to the Preseli Hills and beyond. It is a parkland course that is noted for its superb greens and well-manicured fairways. The clubhouse was erected in 1994 and has been welcoming plenty of visitors ever since.

Every Friday, Haverfordwest Riverside Shopping Centre opens it's streets to the popular Haverfordwest Farmer's Market. This market offers a wide range of good quality local produce where you can buy and taste many of the products, as well as speak to the people behind the produce. These markets offer seasonal produce throughout the year including Christmas goodies throughout the month of December as well as Harvest produce at their special Harvest Fayre event which happens every September. As this market is an outdoors market, dogs are welcomed but please do be considerate of the stalls and their products. 

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.

 

Beaches near Village Cottage

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.
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.
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.
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.
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. 
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.
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.
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.
Stackpole Quay beach is a stony beach which is only revealed at low tide. Stackpole Quay is a small harbour set in the cliffs between Barafundle and Freshwater East, it is a favourite spot for kayakers as there are plenty of caves to explore. There are no dog restrictions. 

 

Places To Drink near Village Cottage

Narberth
The Snooty Fox serves food daily, making the most of local produce within their menus. Head to this traditional pub for classic pub meals such as fish and chips, or maybe visit for a light lunch? Take the children along to have a play in the outside play park, or maybe make use of their large function room. Please Note: Phoning ahead for lunch opening times is recommended. Dogs allowed in the outside seating area only.
Lawrenny
The Lawrenny Arms looks southwards over the estuary which runs east upriver in two spectacular branches towards Cresswell Quay and Carew Castle. Not only is the pub a popular spot for yachtsmen, who can tie up on its pontoon but it's also a great place for hungry or thirsty walkers to stop off for freshly prepared food and fine ales which are served all day. Lawrenny arms also show all the popular matches on Sky Sports in the main bar. Traditional Sunday Lunches are also served, but booking is advisable in the main season.
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.
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.
Narberth
Enjoy a meal at the Boars Head Inn in Templeton. Families are welcome. This pub has highchairs and childrens menus available. There are also baby changing facilities. There is an outdoor eating area and a playroom where the children can play. There are set menus available as well as a specials boa. Please Note: Dogs are welcome to the outdoors eating area only where there are dog bowls available.
Milford Haven
At The Jolly Sailor the main food area is housed in the lounge and conservatory, with views overlooking the Cleddau bridge and river where you can relax, enjoy the food and ales, whilst gazing out on to the scenery of the Cleddau. A large range of menus, from steaks to sandwiches are available as well as the specials boards. They also have their own pontoon which attracts the boating and yachting trade up to the shore. Children, accompanied by their parents, can have a go at crabbing off the pontoon too. Sit outside in the garden, enjoying panoramic views of the river. A rustic wooden children's play area is popular for the smaller guests, which has a range of play equipment, varying from a slide, swings, a see-saw, climbing nets, a bridge and walking planks. Please Note: Dogs allowed on leads in the garden and bar areas. All of this is backed up by a large car parking area.
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.


Haverfordwest
This pub and restaurant is in the centre of Haverfordwest and is very popular to locals. Enjoy a meal in the restaurant or be seated on the patio area overlooking the river. Booking is advisable. Please Note: Dogs are only allowed in the bar, not the restaurant area.
Haverfordwest
The George's is situated in the historic town of Haverfordwest, and is most definitely a unique place to visit. Part restaurant, part gift shop, The George's has plenty to offer. With a walled garden, a selection of natural remedies and clothing, it's the perfect place for a spot of lunch before browsing their gifts. They also offer a Dine at Home menu which includes a range of meals for you to take away and heat up. Dogs are welcomed in the front seating area and the garden, plus you can even buy natural dog treats from the shop in the back!

Every Friday, Haverfordwest Riverside Shopping Centre opens it's streets to the popular Haverfordwest Farmer's Market. This market offers a wide range of good quality local produce where you can buy and taste many of the products, as well as speak to the people behind the produce. These markets offer seasonal produce throughout the year including Christmas goodies throughout the month of December as well as Harvest produce at their special Harvest Fayre event which happens every September. As this market is an outdoors market, dogs are welcomed but please do be considerate of the stalls and their products. 

 

Places To Eat near Village Cottage

Narberth
The Snooty Fox serves food daily, making the most of local produce within their menus. Head to this traditional pub for classic pub meals such as fish and chips, or maybe visit for a light lunch? Take the children along to have a play in the outside play park, or maybe make use of their large function room. Please Note: Phoning ahead for lunch opening times is recommended. Dogs allowed in the outside seating area only.
Lawrenny
The Lawrenny Arms looks southwards over the estuary which runs east upriver in two spectacular branches towards Cresswell Quay and Carew Castle. Not only is the pub a popular spot for yachtsmen, who can tie up on its pontoon but it's also a great place for hungry or thirsty walkers to stop off for freshly prepared food and fine ales which are served all day. Lawrenny arms also show all the popular matches on Sky Sports in the main bar. Traditional Sunday Lunches are also served, but booking is advisable in the main season.
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.
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.
Narberth
Enjoy a meal at the Boars Head Inn in Templeton. Families are welcome. This pub has highchairs and childrens menus available. There are also baby changing facilities. There is an outdoor eating area and a playroom where the children can play. There are set menus available as well as a specials boa. Please Note: Dogs are welcome to the outdoors eating area only where there are dog bowls available.
Milford Haven
At The Jolly Sailor the main food area is housed in the lounge and conservatory, with views overlooking the Cleddau bridge and river where you can relax, enjoy the food and ales, whilst gazing out on to the scenery of the Cleddau. A large range of menus, from steaks to sandwiches are available as well as the specials boards. They also have their own pontoon which attracts the boating and yachting trade up to the shore. Children, accompanied by their parents, can have a go at crabbing off the pontoon too. Sit outside in the garden, enjoying panoramic views of the river. A rustic wooden children's play area is popular for the smaller guests, which has a range of play equipment, varying from a slide, swings, a see-saw, climbing nets, a bridge and walking planks. Please Note: Dogs allowed on leads in the garden and bar areas. All of this is backed up by a large car parking area.
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.


Haverfordwest
This pub and restaurant is in the centre of Haverfordwest and is very popular to locals. Enjoy a meal in the restaurant or be seated on the patio area overlooking the river. Booking is advisable. Please Note: Dogs are only allowed in the bar, not the restaurant area.
Haverfordwest
The George's is situated in the historic town of Haverfordwest, and is most definitely a unique place to visit. Part restaurant, part gift shop, The George's has plenty to offer. With a walled garden, a selection of natural remedies and clothing, it's the perfect place for a spot of lunch before browsing their gifts. They also offer a Dine at Home menu which includes a range of meals for you to take away and heat up. Dogs are welcomed in the front seating area and the garden, plus you can even buy natural dog treats from the shop in the back!

Every Friday, Haverfordwest Riverside Shopping Centre opens it's streets to the popular Haverfordwest Farmer's Market. This market offers a wide range of good quality local produce where you can buy and taste many of the products, as well as speak to the people behind the produce. These markets offer seasonal produce throughout the year including Christmas goodies throughout the month of December as well as Harvest produce at their special Harvest Fayre event which happens every September. As this market is an outdoors market, dogs are welcomed but please do be considerate of the stalls and their products. 

 

Historic Places near Village Cottage

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.

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.

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.
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.


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.

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.
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!
Cardigan
Set in the Eastern Preselis, Foel Drygarn (also known as Foel Trigarn) can only be accessed via a footpath, however there is nearby parking. It is the remains of a large Iron Age Hill-fort covering almost 4 hectacres, with three defended enclosures, and three large cairns each three metres in height. Historians state that it is likely to have been a heavily populated fortified village which was built sometime between 650BC and 100AD.

 

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