Holidays in West Wales
- Sleeps: 8
- Bedrooms: 4
- Pets: No
- Changeover day: Saturday
- No Smoking
- High Chair Available
- Cot Available
- Washing Machine
- Towel Hire Required
Alderley is a welcoming spacious detached family house, with an enclosed garden and plenty of facilities for all generations, includign a large children's playhouse. Perfect accommodation for your holiday in Wales. It is equipped and furnished to a very high standard. It is located in the attractive South Pembrokeshire village of Lamphey, just two miles from Freswater East and its sandy beach. It is just 10 - 15 minutes from the further non-crowded sandy beaches of Manorbier and Barafundle. It is a great location for exploring the Pembrokeshire Coastal path. The village of Lamphey is perfect for those who want to really feel they are on holiday, with a selection of eateries, including the village pub and two more restauants. Lamphey also boasts an artisan bakery and a well-resourced shop, all a few minutes walk from Alderley. Sleeps up to 8 with a maximum of 5 adults.
Sleeps 5 adults and 3 children No Pets
Large entrance Hall/porch. Lounge/Dining room, 40" flat screen TV, DVD player, video and CD mini-system. The dining area has a feature dining table seating 8. Kitchen, fully fitted with ceramic hob & electric oven, dishwasher, fridge and microwave. Utility Room with WC, wash basin, also includes washing machine and freezer, leading to Shower room. Bedroom 4, with double bed. Stairs to first floor: Master Bedroom, large room with double bed & TV. Bedroom 2, with 2 single beds and whb. Bedroom 3, with 2 single beds. Bathroom, with shower over the bath, whb and WC. Rent inclusive of electricity, gas and gas central heating. Highchair and travel cot provided. Duvets and bed linen provided. Non-smokers only. 3pm takeover. Towel Hire Available
Lamphey lies on the ancient ridge route between Tenby and Pembroke. The name Lamphey goes back to the time when pioneering preachers were endeavouring to Christianise the area. It is the site of what is left of the Bishops Palace, built in the 13th Century by the Bishops of St Davids. Buildings inhabited long before the 20th Century may still be seen; The Court House whose name describes one of its functions, Lamphey House (Malthouse today). Lamphey has much to offer - church, shop, garage, bakery, pub, restaurants, playground, tennis courts and squash courts to name but a few.
Cardiff Airport - 99.2 miles, 2 hours 11 minutes M4 - 47 miles, 1 hour 1 minute Pembroke Railway Station - 1.5 miles, 3 minutes Pembroke - 1.5 miles, 3 minutes, historic Town with a selection of shops and restaurants,castle. Carmarthen - 30.3 miles, 44 minutes, Large Shopping Centre with most of the major supermarkets and many other High Street shops, cinema. Nearest beaches Manorbier - 5.5 miles, 9 minutes. Freshwater East - 3.6 miles. Tenby - 10.2 miles, 14 minutes, popular seaside resort with a choice of 4 sandy beaches, selection of shops, restaurants and public houses. Visitor attractions: Folly Farm and Zoo - 10 miles, 18 minutes. Oakwood Leisure Park - 9.5 miles, 15 minutes. Heatherton Country Sports Park - 6 miles, 12 minutes
The pretty village of Lamphey, just outside Pembroke town, West Wales, certainly has a lot of history to explore for such a small village, being home to an historic parish church and the splendid remains of Lamphey Bishop’s Palace, an imposing landmark located on the northern edge of the village and well worth a visit to discover its fascinating history dating back to medieval times.