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Pembrokeshire Self Catering
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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In Pembrokeshire.
Dorothy - verified booking
"We thoroughly enjoyed just about everything about Ty Ar Y Cei: that Castle view was all that others had said & more, & changed from morning light & stillness, to noon hubbub until glorious sunsets, and starry skies including a super moon. Bird life was fascinating. Camera was always clicking.Everything praised by others can only be endorsed. We did base our booking on others' opinions so reviews are very important.The only thing this property (definitely a 2 storey town house, NOT an apartment, the dichotomy did puzzle me) lacked we decided was outside space and privacy. So one tended to keep blinds semi-closed because dog-walkers on their phones (sigh*) and families having energetic exchanges of views, used to pass on the quay, & sometimes stop right outside, our open windows. And with the glorious weather we had for a whole week [though the seas were ironically too choppy for Caldey Island] it would have been nice to sit in a little sunny nook of our own. But everything else was truly perfect. And to be fair, on our last day the café along from us, carried a table out into the sunny quay when reading our disappointment correctly. We should have just gone there earlier.We tried to eat out but didn't find a menu or ambience to 'hit the spot' and gave in to eating 'at home', soup and sandwich after a lunch out, or minimally reheating Co-op fare or having takeaways. It was just too snug & comfortable for words! And it was that World Cup week! Though we were told by several that Pembrokeshire was 'little England' didn't risk testing it out!!We loved all the obvious places especially Barafundle, and Tenby (the only place we visited twice), and Picton proved a nice surprise (food excellent, guided tour worth timing yourself for), especially with the antics of a Chilean Blue Eagle who refused to return to its master, calling dramatically from chimney pot & deepest forest above one's head, 'til finally tiring of its game.Havefordwest was the only disappointment though we did happen upon a glorious organ practice. I really wouldn't bother!!Some house equipment was a bit scary for us, possibly a simplified idiots' guide might be helpful.Finally the owners proved truly helpful re one thing (there were actually 2!) we left behind. Highly recommend without hesitation on all levels so long as you understand the location etc. which was by the way perfect for all shorter excursions. We didn't explore further NWest as we liked leisurely days & felt a 1000mls on the clock was enough! Nearer & we'd be back like a shot!"
Tim - verified booking
"When we arrived at Arch Barn the sun was shining and it looked wonderful but I was initially disappointed when I saw the rotten wood at the bottom of the patio door, if this was rotten what other problems would we find? The rot had left a 2" hole which I had to block with a baking tray but on entering the barn you walk into a large well equipped kitchen. Some food supplies were provided which were much appreciated. The sitting room was comfortably set out with a large TV in the corner which unfortunately had a problem with reception although it was watchable. The double bedroom was comfortable, the other two rooms were basic and one of the beds on the ground floor had a broken frame. The upstairs bathroom was very clean but on entering the shower room which is off the kitchen we were all delighted to see a very clean modern setup. As our visit was towards the end of the holiday season the barn is no doubt due for some maintenance but to holiday in a building like this adds to the break from the normal routine of life. Overall the barn is in a lovely part of the country and makes a good base from which to venture out. With the expectation that repairs would be carried out I would recommend Arch Barn to friends."
Nicola - verified booking
"Amazing place to stay ! The house it's self was perfect for myself, my husband and two children aged 3 and 7. The house had everything - and by everything I mean anything you would need to 'live' there for a week - right down to food bags for our picnics ! It was clean and the beds were very comfortable. The view of Pembroke castle from the sofa was amazing ! The high street was a very short walk up the hill with a great fish and chip shop, coop and lovely cafes and shops to have a look around. Tenby was a half hour if you took it easy and barafundle bay was only ten minutes drive and well worth the 15 min walk from the car park. Folly farm is great for kids with a fantastic array of zoo and farm animals and the most amazing indoor fairground. Needless to say we had the most amazing week and having this property to go back to and relax in at the end of busy days just made it all the better 😃"
Emma - verified booking
"We had a brilliant holiday whilst staying at Brynderi. We were a group of 7 including 4 children. The house is very well equipped including board games, puzzles and a piano! The living space is fantastic, you don't feel like you are on top of each other. The garden in stunning, lots of space for playing. The curtains in the bedrooms are not very thick so if you like a dark room in the morning (or want your children to sleep later) then you might want to take travel black out blinds.It is the perfect base for exploring the local beaches, castles and other attractions. The only downside is it is on a main road. The owner is brilliant and can't help enough. Whilst we were there the hob broke and she came out with an electrician to get it sorted straight away.All in all a brilliant place for a group holiday."
Gillian - verified booking
"Ty Ar Y Cei was a most welcoming holiday home. The welcome pack was exceptionally generous and the flowers both unexpected and charming. The house was spotless and clear instructions with regard to the appliances and refuse disposal etc. were so helpful.The passers by along the path next to the mill pond, in addition to the swan family and the ducklings, provided entertainment even when we "at home". The castle opposite and the short walk to the High Street were added attractions. We are an couple in our seventies and found this cottage ideal. Indeed, it would suit visitors of any age."