Beech House is a large family home set in over 1.3 acres of mature gardens within a few miles of Newgale Beach and .5 miles of the Pembrokeshire coast national park. Sleeping up to 8 guests Beech House is ideal for families with children with extensive gardens and within easy reach of the award winning beaches at Whitesands, Marloes, Newgale etc and the delightful villages of Solva and St Davids
A lovely family home sleeping up to 8 guests in 4 bedrooms and a extra double futon bed in library. Large country style kitchen, large dining room to seat 8 with French doors to patio and gardens. Two living rooms one with Bluthner grand piano, 3 bathrooms with tubs and showers all set in mature gardens only 1.4 miles from award winning blue flag beach of Newgale and wonderful Pembs coast path.
Beech house is a family home for much of the year and as such is ideal for a family holiday with all the comforts of home. The large (over an acre) gardens consist of two lawns and large patio areas, the smaller lawn is perfect for younger children and is a sheltered suntrap idea for out side dining.
The sleeping arrangements consist of: two single rooms, one with views of the 13C Norman castle and the other with distant sea views over fields. One twin room with garden and country views and one double room with wash basin, built in wardrobes etc. There is an additional double futon bed in the downstairs library which is both comfortable and has a small downstairs toilet, washbasin and cloakroom immediately adjacent.
Beech house has two family bathrooms with full baths, shower and toilets at each end of the upstairs corridor which helps with the morning rush before a busy day at the beach.
The large kitchen dining room takes advantage of two sets of french doors looking out over the outdoor dining patio and smaller lawned area providing large amounts of light and with seating for up to 9 guests at the farmhouse style table. The kitchen has a large amount of storage, and has most essential appliances as well as a walk in larder.
The sitting room consists again of two conjoined living rooms one with TV etc the other with grand piano and french doors to a second smaller patio.
Guests additionally have access to a vegetable plot and polytunnel which generally contains a range of salad crops as well as an area of woodland with summer house which offers sea views and a whole new perspective. Many previous guests in the past have enjoyed this area with their dogs or as nature exploration with smaller children.
Roch village has a local shop and post office which offers most day to day necessities, as well as locally sourced products including craft ales and seasonal produce. The local pub is a 7-10 minute walk away along a quiet secluded footpath and offers a range of real ales, well regarded food and a welcoming atmosphere.
The majority of visitors who come to Pembrokeshire look forward to the incredible coastline the county offers, with a real variety of beaches and coastline there is almost certainly something for everyone. From the rugged exposed headlands and tiny sandy coves of the north of the county, to the limestone cliffs and bays of the south the scenery on a sunny summers day is often astounding with wonderful sunsets and the specific quality of light which is so typical of Pembrokeshire. Beech House is perfectly located to be within easy distance of both the north and south of the county, meaning guests can opt for either a 1.5 mile journey to the blue flag surfing beach at Newgale with over 2 miles of sand, or venture a little further afield to the wonderful cove at Barafundle, often voted amongst the top 15 beaches in the WORLD! and on a good day is more than deserving of the title, or head further north to the more rugged coastline of St Davids head or the wonderful sands of Whitesand beach. Other beaches worth visiting include Marloes and Freshwater West both of which have stared in numerous films due to their outstanding unspoilt natural beauty. For those looking for more excitement the resort town of Tenby offers all the fun of a traditional beach holiday location, and for the more adventurous kite surfing, surfing, sailing, diving, coasteering and paddle boarding can all be tried out at Newgale or around, with hire shops in St Davids (approx 8 miles away) or on the beach itself at Newgale.
We welcome pets, and dogs will delight in the large garden and wood filled with scents and smells, and their owners will enjoy the quite countrylanes and many footpaths that crisscross the area around Beech House.
Rob and Pinar are always on hand to welcome guests and to help with any problems, or to help with any bookings or useful information depending on guests preferences, ranging from beaches and walks to restaurants and interesting country pubs.
Having grown up at Beech House Rob has a real passion for the local area and a desire to ensure that guests take away as many positive and lasting memories as possible, we sincerely hope you will be another one who does.