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2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom in a wonderful location.
Description of sleeping capacity: Sleeps 4 plus Cot in 2 spacious bedrooms Notes on bedrooms: Ty Haf has two large bedrooms with quality beds. Bedroom one contains a king size bed and plenty of space for a travel cot. The second bedroom can be arranged with either two single beds or a super king size bed. Both bedrooms have a flat-screen TV.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 4
Minimum age of primary renter:
About Jennie Robson
We are Jennie and Simon, we live on site with our two children and Dylan the border collie. We are on-site owners. Our home is 100 meters from Ty Haf, however due to the slope of the land only our roof is visible from the holiday properties. We like to think that we are on hand if you need us but otherwise the land is large enough that we would rarely bump into you. We are passionate about Pembrokeshire, especially our little corner of it. We think that it's a great place to visit and we want to share it with you.
Jennie Robson purchased this House in 2009
Why Jennie Robson chose Angle
We moved to Pembrokeshire in 2009 because we fell in love with the land and the history behind it. Jennie had always wanted to live by the sea and the opportunity to buy 50 acres of coastline was too good to miss. We have spent the last 5 years converting the old military buildings on the site into a home for our family and what will eventually be 3 holiday homes.
What makes this House unique
This is a unique property. It has been converted from a LORAN station which was a radio navigation system used to track ships and aircraft. This station was in use until 1977. The whole site was taken over by the Ministry of Defense in 1901 and played a key role in the military defense of the Milford Haven waterway. As well as being littered with military history the site is also unique as it has not been farmed, this has left a very diverse ecosystem that is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. We have protected and rare species of orchids, fungi and birds. In order to stop the land being overrun by gorse we use horses to graze the site, these horses are free on the land and are definitely our favourite way to keep the grass cut!