This superb architect-designed conversion of an original Coach House is reached via a private driveway, set well off the road, in its own individual private garden, within the 30 acre estate of Cleddau Lodge Manor House, which is the Owner's family home. The Estate offers secluded woodland and riverside walks along with private trout and salmon fishing which is included in the cost of your stay: National Licence, fishing equipment and suitable footwear are required. The Coach House has spacious single-level accommodation, making it suitable for young families, and the elderly. The recent addition of a large conservatory to the front of the property has greatly enhanced the living and dining areas, and has proved excellent for bird watching. The private colourful garden leads to an all-weather inglenook barbecue, and there is also a secluded paved patio to the rear . The combination of inclusive central heating and your beds being made up for you on arrival with Egyptian Cotton Percale bed linen and the provided towels, ensure a warm welcome all year round. Situated just three miles north of the Historic County Town of Haverfordwest, the property is well placed for visiting the many beautiful beaches and historic sites the County has to offer. Pembrokeshire's oldest pub, The Olde Inn (which serves meals) is within walking distance along the road towards Camrose Village.
Sleeps 6 & Baby No Pets
Large conservatory. Along with the relaxing wicker chairs, this has a dining table and chairs overlooking the secluded garden. There is a pay phone in the hallway.
Living room. This has a solid oak floor and is open-plan with the kitchen and dining areas. There is a large flat screen plasma TV, DVD, video and free to-air digital decoder. Sofas, easy chairs, oak dining table and chairs and a child's high chair. There are French double doors to the west-facing conservatory at the front, and also to the east-facing patio to the rear.
Kitchen. This is modern and well equipped with a tiled floor, pine units and a large breakfast bar. There is a ceramic electric hob, double oven and grill, microwave, toaster, refrigerator, deep freeze, washing machine with dryer and a dishwasher. It is supplied with ample cooking utensils.
Bedroom 1, Pine furnishings, king size bed, flat screen TV, hairdryer.
Bathroom, with hand basin, WC, bath with grab handle, separate shower.
Bedroom 2, Two single beds, pine furnishings, cot, TV.
Bedroom 3, Two single beds, pine furnishings, TV.
Additional shower room and utility room with power shower, leading to second WC with hand basin. Airing cupboard, steam iron, ironing board, and tumble dryer.
Outside - To the rear, an enclosed patio and gardens with table and chairs. To the front - lawn and gardens secluded within a coniferous hedge, with an inglenook all-weather barbecue and a large picnic table.
Rent fully inclusive of oil fired central heating, hot water, electricity, Percale bed linen and towels. WI-FI available.
For most of its existence Camrose was outside the mainstream of history, but it did play host to a royal visitor when William the Conqueror spent the night while on a pilgrimage to St David's Cathedral. A small Norman motte and bailey fortification was built around 1080 as an outlier to Haverfordwest Castle during the first wave of Norman settlement in south Wales. Camrose was one of the Norman 'Landsker' castles, built along an imaginary line between Welsh and English speaking areas of south Wales.At an unknown date Camrose was rebuilt, with a stone perimeter wall enclosing the top of the castle mound.
Camrose is situated three and a half miles from Haverfordwest which serves as the market town for most of the county of Pembrokeshire. Haverfordwest forms an important road network hub between other towns in Pembrokeshire such as Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock, Fishguard and St David's, as a result of its position at the tidal limit of the western Cleddau river. Haverfordwest remains the county town of Pembrokeshire, with a Town Mayor, who also holds the title of Admiral of the Port, plus a Town Sheriff-one of only fifteen City & Town Sheriffs in England & Wales. Indeed one of only two in Wales.
Haverfordwest is not only a town but a county in its own right. It grew up under the shadow of a Flemish Castle to become Pembrokeshire's administrative centre, encompassing a thriving market town with interesting shops. The town hosts an award winning farmers market, a wide range of restaurants and cafes, supermarkets and public houses.
Haverfordwest lays claim to the oldest reputed Cricket Club in Wales. There are also Rugby, Football, Bowls and Tennis clubs.For children there is Oakwood Theme Park, go-karting, bowling, cinemas, theatres and outward bound centres circling the town. The town centre has an array of shops and a pleasant converted quay (Haverfordwest was once a thriving port at the end of the river estuary).
As well as the Medieval Castle and museum the ruins of an Augustinian Priory sit alongside the river, another sign of Haverfordwest's ancient history. Haverfordwest also has one the best golf courses in the county.
Cardiff Airport - 101.4 miles takes 2 hours 16 minutes.
M4 Cardiff - 95.8 takes 1 hour 56 minutes. Nearest largest town/city.
Haverfordwest - 3.1 miles takes 8 minutes.
Carmarthen - 32. 5 miles takes 49 minutes.
Swansea - 58.9 takes 1 hour 28 minutes.
Visitor Attractions: - Local leisure attractions, Manor House, Heatherton Activities Park, Folly Farm, and Oakwood are all within easy reach by car.
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