3-10 August 2013 One week available
24-31 August 2013 One week available
Sleeps up to 8 people £1600 per week
Spring has sprung at last and the leaves are on the trees at last. Why not take advantage of a short break this spring and enjoy the stunning coastline of Pembrokeshire.
Our beautiful County has more ancient sites of antiquity, culture and heritage than any other county in the UK.
Book a week in August for the school summer holidays and get £100 discount off your self catering break. Valid until 5th May – subject to availability.
Last minute availability for the Coach House
22nd – 29th March BOOKED
2nd – 19th April BOOKED
Fancy a walk on Newgale Beach – 2 miles of sand
A pint in The Bristol Trader -Inn from 1700’s
Easy food – The Shed at Porthgain
Kayak or Canoe the Western Cleddau from the river at the bottom of the garden
Then stay at our beautiful self catering Coach House
There are many reasons to book our pet friendly Coach House in Pembrokeshire, Wales – not least because this beautiful County boasts 186 miles of National Park Coastal Walking and the Preseli Hills and Gwaun Vally.
For seaside fans, choices range from over 40 Blue Flag beaches from Newgale to Tenby and Whitesands. Pembrokeshire is home to Britain’s only truly coastal National Park, featuring rugged cliffs and sandy beaches, not to mention the Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail.
St Dwynwen is the Welsh patron saint of lovers, which makes her the Welsh equivalent of St Valentine.
Dwynwen lived during the 5th century and legend has it that she was one of the prettiest of Brychan Brycheiniog’s 24 daughters. Dwynwen fell in love with a prince called Maelon Dafodrill, but unfortunately her father had already arranged that she should marry someone else.
Dwynwen was so upset that she could not marry Maelon that she begged God to make her forget him. After falling asleep, Dwynwen was visited by an angel, who appeared carrying a sweet potion designed to erase all memory of Maelon and turn him into a block of ice.
God then gave three wishes to Dwynwen. Her first wish was that Maelon be thawed; her second that God meet the hopes and dreams of true lovers; and third, that she should never marry. All three were fulfilled, and as a mark of her thanks, Dwynwen devoted herself to God’s service for the rest of her life.
She founded a convent on Llanddwyn, off the west coast of Anglesey, where a well named after her became a place of pilgrimage after her death in 465AD. Visitors to the well believed that the sacred fish or eels that lived in the well could foretell whether or not their relationship would be happy and whether love and happiness would be theirs. Remains of Dwynwen’s church can still be seen today.
February only £800
Easter available £1200