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5.0/5 Exceptional

Popular amenities

  • Washer
  • Dryer
  • Barbecue Grill

Explore the area

    Popular LocationWestdale Bay4 min drive
    Popular LocationDale Fort4 min drive
    Popular LocationMarloes Sands7 min drive

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About this area

Haverfordwest

Located in Haverfordwest, this holiday home is near theme parks. Pembroke Castle and Dale Fort are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Milford Haven Heritage & Maritime Museum and Hilton Court Gardens. Discover the area's water adventures with jet skiing and scuba diving nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with cycling and hunting.
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Popular Location

What's nearby

  • Westdale Bay - 4 min drive
  • Dale Fort - 4 min drive
  • Marloes Sands - 7 min drive
  • St Brides Haven - 8 min drive
  • Watwick Bay - 8 min drive

Getting around

  • Milford Haven Station - 17 min drive

Restaurants

  • Griffin Inn - 15 min walk
  • Saint Brides Inn - 11 min drive
  • Cornerhouse Cafe - 11 min drive
  • The Castle Hotel - 11 min drive
  • Lobster And Mor - 11 min drive

About this property

Entire place

You'll have the entire home to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

Sea Views, Family Friendly, one dog Welcome, Close to Many Stunning Beaches

Adults-only holiday home in Haverfordwest with water park
Sleeps 10, 8, 6, 4 or 2. Listing is for 10. Contact owner for out of season smaller parties. This is a "Visit Wales" ?????????? rated property. It has also featured in Good Housekeeping Magazine - "Sleeping up to 10, with outstanding views across the lagoon to the sea, Pickleridge View is a large semi-detached house with a very fresh, crisp style of its own. As well as a well-equipped kitchen that’s great for cooking for crowds, there are two comfortable sitting rooms, so one can be designated as a TV, games or teenagers’ area while the other is set aside for quieter pursuits, such as reading or taking an afternoon nap after a busy day out on the water. The rugged, naturally sculpted coastline of Pembrokeshire offers not only scenic beauty, but glorious flowers and hordes of sea birds including puffins, cormorants, shags, oyster catchers, choughs, guillemots and razorbills. As well as bracing walks along the coast path, Pickleridge View gives easy access to St David’s Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace, whale and dolphin-spotting boat trips, the sailing and windsurfing school at Dale, sweeping sandy beaches and the village pub is just a walk away." A delightful semi-detached house, beautifully renovated and extended, Pickleridge View is set on the road overlooking the lagoon and seashore just outside Dale; finished to a very high standard, in a contemporary style with wooden and tiled floors throughout. The 2 lounges have luxurious sofas and fantastic views out over the water - which teams with bird and wildlife, both have sliding doors out onto a split level paved patio where you can sit and soak up the view. The open plan kitchen and sun room style dining space is light and airy, French doors open to a rear paved patio with steps to the large enclosed, rear lawned garden giving plenty of space for children to play. The downstairs twin room has French doors opening out to a lower patio at the back of Pickleridge View, with farmland views. The quality bedrooms with crisp white linen are a welcoming retreat, in 2 of the double rooms you can lie in bed and watch the sun twinkle on the water. Admire the sea views from the juliette balcony that is accessed via French doors from the standard double room. The sheltered harbour in Dale is popular with sailing enthusiasts with a sailing and windsurfing school to perfect your skills. There is a village pub - The Griffin in Dale itself all within walking distance, while the beautiful beaches of West Dale and Marloes Sands are nearby or join The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path across the road and explore more of this stunning coastline. A visit to Skokholm and Skomer Islands to see the Puffins is a must. A wonderful holiday home for families and friends to enjoy. Discounts for smaller parties outside school holidays on request. Things to do: Walking Really it has to be the Pembrokeshire coast ; best known for its footpath which winds its way around the magnificent bays and spectacular headlands of the only coastal National Park in Britain. Join it from outside Pickleridge View! The 186 mile, 299km trek is a strenuous undertaking if you want to complete it from start to finish, you'll need 10 to 15 days. But most people walk a section at a time always vowing to return and complete the whole path. The introduction of the coastal bus services has made it easier to walk the coast path without the need to retrace your steps or take two cars. As you head away from the coast, a patchwork of footpaths and bridleway unfold across Pembrokeshire, leading you up hills, through ancient woodlands and down into quiet valleys showing you a side of Pembrokeshire most people don’t see. These routes are just as spectacular as those on the coast. If you need an accessible path, whether it is for a pushchair, wheelchair or scooter, you won’t miss out on Pembrokeshire’s beauty. Walking Pembrokeshire and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park have been working hard to make Pembrokeshire accessible to all including coastal and woodland walks. There are also miles of sandy beaches to explore too. Armed with your camera, and a packed lunch, you’ll be guaranteed beautiful photographs and lasting memories. Filming Locations Film buffs can visit local beaches where blockbuster movies have been filmed. Freshwater West - Harry Potter Deathly Hallows I & 2, Robin Hood Prince of Thieves. Marloes Sands - Snow White and the Huntsman. Kayaking Sea kayaking is a growing popular sport in Pembrokeshire. The 1.4 mile long tidal creek of Sandy haven (high tide line is 50 meters from Pickleridge View) is an ideal sheltered place to take out children as the shore is never far away. For the more experienced kayaker there is the shore of the Milford Haven Waterway to explore. Immediately west of the entrance to Sandy Haven creek there are three secluded beaches backed by tall cliffs that are accessible only by boat from the sea. If Great Castle Head is rounded then the sands of Lindsway Bay lie ahead, but being opposite to the two-mile wide entrance to the Milford Haven Waterway, are exposed to some Atlantic swell and there is often a surf running on the beach which makes landing and getting off an interesting experience. At high tide there is a mile long section of seacliffs to the east of Sandy Haven to explore for interesting items along the high tide line. To paddle along these cliffs in a summer fog is interesting as many of the rocks have Cormorants perched on them and they loom unexpectedly out of the sea mist. (The beach at Kilroon Bay makes a good stopping place to stretch legs). Sea Fishing The western headlands from Freshwater West in the south, the Dale Peninsula and especially around St. Davids provide some of the best sea fishing in Wales. Bass, Flatfish and Mackerel are caught in summer and in winter in the estuaries Flounder, Cod and Whiting. Mullet can be caught throughout the year. Sea fishing trips by boat are available through the summer from Saundersfoot, Tenby, Neyland, Dale, Solva, St. Davids and Fishguard. Short trips of an hour result in Mackerel, but longer offshore trips to reefs and wreck sites produce Turbot, Ling, Conger, Bream, Ray and Pollock. Sightings of Dolphins, Porpoise and Whales are not uncommon and Sharks and Turtles are also seen. At Sandy Haven creek, Bass and Mullet are commonly caught from the beach opposite Pickleridge View. Bird Watching Pembrokeshire with is vast coastline with extensive cliffs, sheltered bays and exposed headlands, its offshore islands and its estuaries and tidal creeks is a wonderful place to see bird life. Herring gulls are common and their cries can be heard throughout the town of Milford Haven. Although their numbers today are much reduced from the days of the big fishing port, they are still common along the sea front at Milford Haven and have learned to spot the tourist eating a picnic and have also discovered those houses with friendly retired people. Large numbers of Jackdaws, Blackbirds, Thrushes, Starlings and Woodpigeons are common sights. Over the past few years Swans have been gathering in Sandy Haven creek and reached 22 in number in Spring 2012. Spring visitors are Swallows, Warblers and many sea birds. Summer is a good time to see the sea bird colonies. During winter in the estuaries and rivers there are Wild fowl, Waders, Slavion greebs, Great northern divers and Little egrets. Inland Peregrines, Merlins and Hen harriers hunt across the County and often disturb flocks of Lapwings and Golden plovers. Strumble Head near Fishguard is the finest place in Pembrokeshire (islands aside) for watching sea bird and marine mammals. In spring and autumn it is a great place to watch for migrating birds with Auks, Skuas, Petrels and many types of wildfowl. Skomer island is easily reached by boat from Martins Haven and has the largest colony of Manx shearwaters in the world (120,000 pairs). There are also Puffins (6,000 pairs), Guillemots (10,000 pairs), Razorbills, Choughs and Short-eared owls. The boats from Martins Haven also visit Skokholm and Grassholm islands. Skokholm has Puffins (2,000 pairs), Manx shearwaters (45,000 pairs), Guillemots, Razorbills, Storm petrels and Choughs. Accomodation for 15 bird watchers is available on the island, but is usually booked for some years in advance. Grassholm is 11 miles offshore and has the only Gannet colony in Wales. It has Gannets (65,000), Guillemots, and Razorbills. Ramsay island is accessible by boat for day trips from St. Justinians harbour near St. Davids, it has Razorbills, Guillemots, Kittiwakes, Fulmars, Shags, Choughs and Peregrine falcons. There are rigid inflatable boats from Neyland that visit Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm in a single trip. Castles & Heritage Other Activities Here are a few more that may interest you and are available locally; coasteering, cycling, diving, go karting, golf, horse riding, kite surfing, land yachting, mountain biking, paddle boarding, paragliding, powerboating, rock climbing, sailing & surfing.
Guest accommodation at this holiday home offers a hairdryer and an iron/ironing board. This accommodation offers separate dining areas. Guests can make use of the in-room microwaves and coffee/tea makers.
Recreational amenities at the holiday home include a water park.

The recreational activities listed below are available either on-site or nearby; fees may apply.

Property amenities

Internet

  • Internet access

Parking and transport

  • On-site parking

Food and drink

  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Cookware/dishes/utensils

Bedrooms

  • 5 bedrooms
  • Bed sheets provided

Bathrooms

  • Hairdryer
  • Towels provided

Living spaces

  • Dining room

Entertainment

  • TV

Outdoor areas

  • Barbecue

Laundry

  • Washing machine and dryer

Comfort

  • Heating

Pets

  • No pets allowed

Suitability/Accessibility

  • Smoke-free property

Services and conveniences

  • Iron/ironing board

Location highlights

  • Near a hospital
  • Near the bay

Things to do

  • Water Park
  • Fitness facilities nearby
  • Waterskiing nearby
  • Hunting nearby
  • Birdwatching nearby
  • Mountain biking nearby
  • Marina nearby
  • Water tubing nearby
  • Surfing/boogie boarding nearby
  • Fishing nearby
  • Hiking/biking trails nearby

General

  • Sleeps 10
  • Property does not allow children

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Policies

Check-in

Check-in time starts at 4:00 PM

Check-out

Check-out before 11:00 AM

Special check-in instructions

You will receive an email from the property manager with check-in and check-out instructions

Pets

Pets not allowed

Children and extra beds

This property welcomes adults only

Payment types at the property

Important information

You need to know

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges; special requests cannot be guaranteed
This property accepts credit cards
On-site parties or group events are strictly prohibited

Property is also known as

Sea Views Family Friendly one dog Welcome Many Stunning Beaches

Frequently asked questions

Is Sea Views, Family Friendly, one dog Welcome, Close to Many Stunning Beaches pet-friendly?
No, pets are not allowed at this property.
What time is check-in at Sea Views, Family Friendly, one dog Welcome, Close to Many Stunning Beaches?
Check-in begins at 4:00 PM.
What time is check-out at Sea Views, Family Friendly, one dog Welcome, Close to Many Stunning Beaches?
Checkout is at 11:00 AM.
Where is Sea Views, Family Friendly, one dog Welcome, Close to Many Stunning Beaches located?
Situated in Haverfordwest, this holiday home is within 3 miles (5 km) of Westdale Bay, Dale Fort and Watwick Bay. Marloes Sands is 2.4 mi (3.9 km) away.
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5/5 Excellent

Peace and quiet
Great place for our extended family to spend a week over Christmas and New Year getting away from it all.

5/5 Excellent

Lovely house in lovely place .views outstanding
This is a well kept , clean well equipped house . The owner is helpful and leant is a few things which made our stay even better . I would take the TVs out of each rooms as we like to encourage family activity and make it a bit cheaper as it may be out of range for a few .however for us the location and place was perfect . The style and art is also completely in keeping with the natural scenery .

5/5 Excellent

Best Place to Stay in Southwestern Wales
My husband and I enjoyed a wonderful vacation in Wales with our daughter, her husband and their 4 year old twins in July. The house was perfect for all of us - well stocked kitchen (pots, plates, glasses, etc),a large dining space, plenty of bathrooms, and well layed-out bedrooms that provided some privacy. The spacious backyard was wonderful for small children as it was fenced in. We enjoyed many meals on the terraces in both the back and front of the house. View from the front was idyllic. The house is located very close to Dale - a picturesque town with several good restaurants and a small grocery. The local people were extremely helpful and super nice. The location of the house was close enough to easily visit the places we wanted to see: St. Davids, Tenby, The Dylan Thomas Boathouse, Marloes Sands, Carew Castle and Skomer Island. One should not miss the Puffins on Skomer Island - extraordinary! Well worth the long wait in line to get tickets. Highly recommend this property for your stay in Pembrokeshire.

5/5 Excellent

Wonderful house for large family
Great place for a family of 10. Everything we needed was there. Large garden to play in! Surrounding areas easily accessible by car with children Adults can easily walk to Dale but no path for small children. We had a very happy week.

5/5 Excellent

Spacious well-furnished house for two families
Lovely clean, spacious, well furnished and well equipped house with plenty of room for two families. Great views and located within short drive from little haven and broad haven beaches plus loads more coastal walks and beaches. Owner very helpful and good communication. Good pubs also close including st brides inn in little haven.