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Scleddau Self Catering
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Graytravellers - verified booking
"This is an excellent old cottage located just a few minutes from sea at Wickham. I think it has recently been refurbished and so provides a good standard of accommodation suitable for a family. Its situated at the top of Wickham Hill and has plenty of off road parking space. The cottage is very clean with comfortable beds. The kitchen is kitted out well and we were well able to cook several evening meals. There is a full size oven and plenty of saucepans, pots etc but we always take our electric steamer with us.to use which helps The dinning room and lounge are of a good size and allow the family to spread out. Being old and having very thick walls the inside of the cottage remains cool in the summer and possibly warm in winter time. There is a Tesco Express located at the bottom of the hill (open I think from 7am to 11pm) but this has limited options. We took any favorite foods with us to put in fridge or freezer which helped out The garden is rough grass and probably difficult to play football on but it is safe for children. Don't expect too much from the wifi. (2 to 5 Mbps) Ivy House, however, is in my opinion good value for your money There are a few negatives which you may need to take into consideration. The accommodation is located at the top of the hill and a very long and hard walk back from the pub or the beach area. There is only one loo which is in the bathroom situated mid level between the bedrooms and the ground floor. The stairs are very uneven and may not be suitable for older persons or anyone with some form of disability. John Roseblade"
Mrs JonesMr Thew - verified booking
"It had well equipped kitchen which was great for us as we prefer not to eat out.E. turn left off the A487 at the ' brown sign' and marked also to Caerchefell just before St Davids. We came from the other direction ( Havordfordwest ) where there is .exactly the same 'brown ' sign though not marked to Caerchefell as you leave Solva. We decided , in our wisdom, that is where we should turn right and ( luckily as it was daylight) managed to navigate down some country lanes to the cottage. This would have been tricky in the dark !!. It might be helpful if the directions from the South say " ignore first brown sign sited just after leaving Solva, carry on the A487 through St Davids and after approx. 3 miles turn right at 'brown sign' also marked Caerchefell." Hope this is helpful."
Mr Thew - verified booking
"The directions to the cottage from the Fishguard direction were very good i.e. turn left off the A487 at the ' brown sign' and marked also to Caerchefell just before St Davids. We came from the other direction ( Havordfordwest ) where there is .exactly the same 'brown ' sign though not marked to Caerchefell as you leave Solva. We decided , in our wisdom, that is where we should turn right and ( luckily as it was daylight) managed to navigate down some country lanes to the cottage. This would have been tricky in the dark !!. It might be helpful if the directions from the South say " ignore first brown sign sited just after leaving Solva, carry on the A487 through St Davids and after approx. 3 miles turn right at 'brown sign' also marked Caerchefell." Hope this is helpful."
Mrs Toan - verified booking
"We have just returned from a wonderful holiday at Mill House Cottage. Absolutely fabulous property with lovely walks from the doorstep. In hindsight a little distance from child friendly activities like Folly Farm, but very close to the fantastic Whitesands beach and St David's. We loved the fact there was a washing machine and dishwasher. Kitchen/dinning room/lounge was plenty big enough for 4 of us. Great to see plenty of plates etc. rather than the usual 1 set of everything. Towels were lovely and fluffy too. Very competitively priced and ideal for our family (two adults and two infant aged children). Complex is quiet and very safe for kids to explore to their hearts content while we knew they were safe. Would recommend this property. Ben and Caz"
Alexandra - verified booking
"We thoroughly enjoyed a mini break at Sea View for 4 nights during October half term and were lucky to have dry sunny weather the whole time. Sea View is spacious and is well equipped (though the tin opener didn't work very well) and is set on a pleasant grassy site with a small play area which my two young children enjoyed using. There is also a small heated outdoor pool on site though this was not open (as it was late Oct). You can walk to 3 beaches straight from the site which we did. We also drove to Newport (not a very special place, and VERY narrow roads) and did a walk from there up Carn Ingli. The surrounding area is very remote which suited us for a short break. It was a lovely area in which to go walking."