Ynglŷn â Bluebell Cottage, Angle
The living room features a log burning stove, TV, DVD player (with a selection of DVDs), free Wifi and board games. The modern kitchen has all the amenities you would expect and there is a utility area suitable for drying walking boots and wet weather gear. The bathroom is on the ground floor and includes a bath as well as a separate shower and WC.
There is one spacious double bedroom on the ground floor while the original Victorian staircase leads to the light and airy bedrooms on the first floor with their lovely wooden floorboards. Upstairs there is one double bedroom, one twin room and one single room. 200-400 thread count 100% cotton bed linen is provided as well as a 100% cotton bath sheet for each guest. Please bring beach towels with you.
The enclosed rear lawned garden with a paved patio, mature shrubs and fruit trees is a lovely spot in which to enjoy an alfresco meal on a summer’s evening. A BBQ will be available for guests to use during the summer months.
We are well-equipped for children, with a high chair, travel cot (please bring your own cot sheets) and a stair gate at the top of the stairs.
The cottage is very quiet and private. Parking is on-street, outside the front of the property and we are happy to accommodate one well-behaved dog (please see rules at the base of this description).
There are two local pubs within walking distance. The Point House Inn offers beautiful views over the estuary behind the village and The Hibernia Inn serves good food in the heart of the village. Wavecrest Cafe at West Angle Bay serves great lunches, coffee, cake, drinks and ice cream from mid-Feb until October.
The sandy beach at West Angle Bay is popular with families and is just a 10 minute walk from the cottage or a 2 minute drive (parking at the beach is currently free), and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path offers wonderful walks and stunning views. The Chapel Bay Fort Museum is open from Easter and is a 15 minute walk from the cottage.
There are a number of other beautiful beaches to choose from nearby, including Barafundle, Broadhaven South, Freshwater East and Freshwater West (famous for its surf). A visit to Broad Haven South beach taking in the walk round the lily ponds at Bosherton should not be missed, likewise the headland walk to Barafundle Bay – one of our favourite spots.
The coastal town of Tenby is a 25 minute drive from the cottage and there are numerous local attractions, including Bluestone, Oakwood, Folly Farm, Manor Wildlife Park, Carew Castle, Pembroke Castle and Manorbier Castle.
Sadly there is no longer a village shop, therefore we recommend you bring some supplies with you as the nearest shop is 15 minutes away. Tesco and Asda will deliver to the cottage (please ask us for detailed directions to provide to delivery driver), otherwise there is a small Co-op in Pembroke and larger supermarkets in Pembroke Dock.
The cottage is an ideal holiday home for families and couples alike and the location provides something for everyone all year round. Please note that whilst the cottage can sleep 7 it is most comfortable with a maximum of 6. Having the extra single bedroom allows a bit more flexibility with sleeping arrangements.
PLEASE NOTE THAT FROM EASTER TO END SEPTEMBER WE HAVE A 1 WEEK MINIMUM STAY AND OPERATE A SATURDAY CHANGEOVER DAY. AT OTHER TIMES THE MINIMUM STAY IS 2 NIGHTS AND CHANGEOVER DAYS CAN BE FLEXIBLE.
Open all year.
- Bed linen free of charge
- Central heating
- Cot high chair provided
- Dogs by arrangement
- Ground floor rooms
- Private Gardens
- Short Breaks available
- Single rooms available
- Wifi Internet Access