Golwg-y-Cwm, affectionately known as "Golly", is a welcoming bungalow with breathtaking sea views over the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast, only a 5-10 minute walk to a secluded beach with sand, pebbles and rock pools. Located in a tiny village called Penycwm inside the P
Firstly, the cottage is lovely! Spacious, comfortable, well equipped, the location excellent and the view, what can I say except Wow!
We are familiar with the area and we love it, we come back whenev… More
Firstly I apologise that you weren't happy with the cleaning at Golly. I never received any communication from you after yoru stay otherwise I would have emailed you straight back to rectify the situation. I have had over 35 guests this year at Golly and you are the first to complain about the cleaning - I will be forwarding this to my cleaners today. I inspected the property at the beginning of June and saw none of what you are implying and the guests before you and after you through airbnb have given us glowing reviews so I am totally confused by this. I am sorry that you felt the need to search through everything whilst there to find things that you were unhappy with and I hope that you will accept my apology if you were not satisfied with your stay. Wishing you all the best for a good summer
This character family friendly holiday cottage is situated along a country lane surrounded by open countryside, and is an ideal central location for exploring the wealth of sandy beaches and rugged coastline on the beautiful St. Davids peninsula in Pembrokeshire. The c
The Chapel offers comfortable accommodation and furnishings with original chapel character including stained glass windows, beams, chapel nooks and pulpit in main bedroom. Stunning views over the breathtaking scenery that is the Pembrokeshire coast. 5-10 minutes walk do
“Perfect Escape for Holiday with friends and kids”
Reviewed 29 Nov 2012
I rented Chapel House for a girly get away with our 4 children (age 4-7).
It was November and blowing a gale but the stunning beach (5 mins walk away) stayed really sheltered and we spent our days … More
“beautiful place and spotless”
Reviewed 5 Jan 2012
Stayed at the chapel for the New Year. Stunning views from the master bedroom . Beautiful place to stay . Spotless throughout . Would recommend to all my family and friends . Great communication with … More
“Not as nice as it looks!”
Reviewed 10 Jun 2013
First the good news, the owner was very nice and responded immediately to our problem of not having heat upon arrival and she was a pleasure to work with while making the booking.
On the darker s… More
I was very surprised to read the review - the shower is new in the downstairs bathroom and has always provided a hot shower - I wonder if the guests did not switch on the power shower - there is a cord that controls that and as it is a power shower it always provides plenty of hot water. The fireplace has a gas stove with clear instructions to work and again has not caused any problems and the oven like all ovens has 2 heat control buttons for the two ovens and again hasn't caused any problems if the guests had called me or my cleaning team I could have talked them through the instructions and was unaware of any issues until reading this as they never contacted me. I have a 24 hour service if there is a problem and will always do my best to resolve any issue that the guests may have.
Asheston Eco Barn is traditional Welsh stone farm building providing the discerning holiday maker a sustainable holiday in the unspoilt Pembrokeshire countryside. Originally the old Stables to the farm this is the longest barn and offers a great space to relax and enjoy
Enjoying a rural location between Solva Harbour and Newgale beach in Pembrokeshire, this newly converted barn provides excellent holiday accommodation.
The coastline on the St Davids Peninsula and around St Brides Bay is superb and the Coastal Path readily accessible