Westgate House 6
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Pets: Yes
- Changeover day: Friday
- No Smoking
- No of Pets Allowed: 1
- Washing Machine
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6 Westgate House is a delightful 2nd floor 3 bed self catering holiday apartment and would be a brilliant base for a family in the centre of Pembroke. This grade 11listed building is nestled under the walls of the well preserved Pembroke castle in which Henry VII established the Tudor Dynasty, redecorated and has been equipped to a very high standard. It has convenient, gated pedestrian access onto the Town's main street, with courtyard parking making it an ideal location if you are looking for a peaceful retreat. Pembroke has a variety of shops, restaurants, the Castle, plus the scenic Mill Pond and a large family of Swans. All of south Pembrokeshire's unspoilt beaches and beauty-spots are only a few miles away and offers an ideal base for exploring the town of Pembroke and the county of Pembrokeshire.
Holiday Accommodation Details
Sleeps 6 1 Well Behaved Dog
Two flights of internal stairs to apartment. Entrance hall. Bedroom 1, with king size bed, wardrobe, drawers. Lounge, large room with comfy seating, T.V/DVD, Xbox, Hifi/radio, electric fire. Bedroom 2, double bed, wardrobe. Kitchen/dining room, with electric cooker, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, T.V. views of the countryside, microwave. Bedroom 3, twin beds, wardrobe. Shower room, double shower, W.C. whb. Unlimited BT Wifi. Parking space for 1 car. Rent inclusive of electricity and central heating. Duvets, bed linen and towels provided. No smoking only. 3pm takeover.
The town of Pembroke is steeped in history, dating back to the 11th century when Arnulf of Mongomery raised an earth and timber fortification on the banks of the Pembroke River. Although something of an outpost, it was considered to be of sufficient strategic value to justify progressive strengthening over the next 150 years, the first stone structure on the site dating from the middle of the 13th Century. William de Valence, one time Mayor of Pembroke, is thought to have been responsible for girdling the town with walls at some time during this period.