'Pretty Cottage' is an end of terrace cottage in lower Solva, one of Pembrokeshire's most picturesque Harbour villages. Comprising of a comfortable, cosy living room, fully equipped kitchen/dining room, utility area and shower/toilet downstairs, with two bedrooms (1 x double, 1 x twin) and a bathroom upstairs, all tastefully decorated with bespoke curtains and furnishings. Outside is a pretty garden and patio/BBQ area backing on to the River Solva which runs along the bottom of the garden. The cottage is within easy reach of the harbour, tea rooms, pubs and shops, whilst the village is an ideal base from which to explore the coastal path, fantastic local beaches, stunning coastline and sites of historic interest such as nearby St Davids (3 miles away) and the natural beauty of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and its wildlife. Wifi is available in the cottage. Communal parking area for approx 5 cars at the end of path leading up to the Cottage
Cottage in Solva, Nr. St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales - Located In Picturesque Harbour Village Of Solva, Minutes From The Coastal Path And Numerous Beaches
Chris & Emma
About Chris & Emma
Hello I'm Emma Iles and while managing Pretty cottage I also work and live in Solva with my Husband Chris and 3 sons, as a cushion designer & interior decorator. Inspired by our beautiful harbour and countryside, I make coastal and countryside cushion designs. You can take a peek at my designs and pictures of Pembrokeshire here www.seaforthdesigns.com
Why Chris & Emma chose Solva
This Property is a classic 'Pembrokeshire' in the timeless harbour village of Solva. People who stay here often say they've had the best nights sleep in years. I suppose the combination of coastal air,peace and quite,countryside walks and cosy pubs helps!
100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
A great week in sunny Solva
Solva, with its beautiful harbour, access either side to the fabulous coastal path and four pubs, a great cafe, a lovely tea shop and several fascinating shops and an art gallery, really is the ideal base for exploring the area around St David’s.
Pretty Cottage is a lovely little house with everything you could need, including a real sun-trap of a garden, which backs on to the river running down to the harbour 100 yards away.
We had an idyllic week in mid-May.
Cosy cottage in a great location
This cottage is fab. It feels cosy and is ideally placed for walking the coastal path. Emma one of the owners responded quickly and effectively when the boiler stopped working. No inconvenience was experienced by this problem as it was sorted out immediately.
Beautiful cottage with plenty of room for a family of four and their dog!
Great location within very easy level walking distance of 3 pubs and a wonderful cream tea shop! Easy access to the coastal path for stunning walks. The owners were extremely helpful and welcoming. We would love to return.
Lovely cottage in a great village with pubs and restaurants within a few minutes walk
The cottage was very comfortable and had a beautiful garden, we really enjoyed our stay.
Cottage very pretty and garden superb - did not even want to leave it for the whole stay will be back again
Perfect cottage in perfect location
Cottage is as described. Very cosy with the log burner, well equipped, comfy beds and lovely and peaceful.
The location is well situated for coastal walks and access to beautiful beaches and the village is picturesque. We stayed as s family with 2 girls aged 9 and 11 years.
Special interest holidays:
If you are interested in surfing or just messing around in the sea we also have wetsuits and surf boards available to hire for a reduced price please contact us if you are interested
Within 5 minutes walk of the world renowned Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and Solva harbour, a vast expanse of sand at low tide and a bustling quay for crabbers and sailors at high tide, or those just wanting to sip a cup of tea and watch the world go by. The Blue Flag beaches of Whitesands (5 miles) and Newgale (4 miles) are within easy distance for surfers, bathers or just sun bathers, along with numerous other hidden coves and bays.
Solva is easily accessible by road, 12 miles along the A487 from Haverfordwest, which is also provides regular, hourly buses. The nearest train station is also at Haverfordwest.
Pretty Cottage is centrally located for the village of Solva. St Davids, Britains smallest city with its historic cathedral, is 3 miles away. The towns of Haverfordwest and Fishguard are 12 and 15 miles away respectively. The lovely market town of Narberth is just beyond Haverfordwest aswell as Pembroke and Carew with their famous castles.
The coastal path which runs through Solva attracts walkers from all over the world. Birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts have numerous locations to visit nearby, including the islands of Ramsay and Skomer. The puffins can be an amazing sight! Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy a variety of activities locally such as horse riding, kayaking, rock climbing, surfing, windsurfing plus coastereering which is report ably founded here.