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Church View Cottages

Church View Cottages

Church View


SA73 1JG


Self Catering

Price Range: £160 - £660

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Owen James

Phone: +44 (0)7850 954877

CHURCH VIEW comprises 4 luxurious, spacious cottages situated on the northern fringe of the beautiful village of Rosemarket, approximately 10 minutes from the busy town of Haverfordwest and 10 minutes from lively Pembroke. The cottages are all newly refurbished barn conversions, which, by retaining many of the original features of the barns, together with a sympathetic design provide a perfect mix of old and new. Wooden floors and whitewashed roughcast walls complement the luxury, soft furnishing perfectly, creating a relaxed, cosy ambience. Externally the courtyard leads on to car parking, stunning gardens and BBQ area. Beyond lie the private land of the Church View Estate, including the Rosemarket Rings - a historical site of an Iron Age Settlement - plus open fields and woodland, which you can enjoy at your leisure.

Each cottage comprises of single or 2-storey, self-contained accommodation including a well-equipped kitchen/diner and comfortable living area with wood burning stove. Bedrooms are spacious with plentiful wardrobe space. The luxury bathrooms have either a bath or shower with WC and vanity style hand basins. Towels and bedding are provided free of charge.

A separate building caters for laundry needs - including washing machines, dryers and clothes-lines. It additionally provides storage for bicycles, surf boards, wet clothing etc.

Other facilities also include an outdoor children’s play area and a further building caters for a well-equipped indoor children’s play-room, providing a book and video library, in addition to outdoor games for adults such as boules and garden chess.

A welcome pack of essential foods/consumables (bread, milk, tea, coffee etc) greets you upon arrival. Cots and high chairs available upon request.


Things to see and do in Pembrokeshire

Blue Lagoon Waterpark
Blue Lagoon Waterpark

Blue Lagoon is a place where carefree summers and cold winter nights come alive with breathtaking rides, rapid rivers and flumes, relaxing pools and special places just for kids. It‘s a fun-filled, sub-tropical waterpark that guarantees thrilling aqua-adventures.

Carew Castle
Carew Castle

The magnificent Carew Castle has a history spanning 2000 years. Set in a stunning location, overlooking a 23 acre millpond, the castle displays the development from a Norman fortification to an Elizabethan country house. The site incorporates an impressive 11th century Celtic Cross, the only restored Tidal Mill in Wales, a medieval bridge and a picnic area all linked by a delightful mile roundwalk.

Folly Farm
Folly Farm

Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is one of the top theme parks in South Wales and winner of the Best Family Day Out in Pembrokeshire. The theme park and Zoo is located near Tenby in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, Folly Farm offers affordable fun days out for the whole family.

Freshwater West
Freshwater West

Freshwater West is a 1.12 kilometres beach near Castlemartin, Pembrokeshire in south-west Wales. It is also adjacent to the Army Tank Ranges that use this part of the Pembrokeshire National Park.

Manorbier Castle
Manorbier Castle

With such a splendid setting overlooking a beautiful unspoilt beach, families love to explore Manorbier Castle and bring a little bit of history to life. The impressive Great Hall, Chapel and Turrets are dotted with life size figures - see children of the Tudor period and some prisoners in the dungeon.

Oakwood Theme Park
Oakwood Theme Park

Oakwood Theme Park is a theme park in Pembrokeshire, Wales which attracts 400,000 visitors each year.

Pembroke Castle
Pembroke Castle

Idyllically set on the banks of the river estuary, this mighty fortress is largely intact, and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great fun to explore, plus there are super exhibitions, which tell the tale of its medieval life. Once the seat of a succession of major barons who played leading roles in shaping Britain's history, this historic showpiece is the birthplace of Henry Tudor, father to the infamous Henry VIII and grandfather of Elizabeth I.

Pembrokeshire Motor Museum
Pembrokeshire Motor Museum

In the museum there are over 40 cars giving a complete history of the motor car, ranging from a 1906 Rover,6 Horse Power to a modern 1969 Jaguar 'E' type series II, 171 brake horse power. All the cars are in excellent condition and are used by their owners from time to time on car rallies.

Silent World Aquarium
Silent World Aquarium

One of the most fascinating, intriguing and memorable visits the Tenby area has to offer. We are one of the few that are indoors - a refuge in bad weather but best seen on a sunny day when it is quieter!

St Davids Cathedral
St Davids Cathedral

St Davids Cathedral is situated in St Davids in the county of Pembrokeshire, on the most westerly point of Wales.

St. Davids City Golf Club
St. Davids City Golf Club

St. Davids City Golf Club is a 2 minute drive from Britain's smallest city, St. Davids, and typifys the scenery of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, looking out over Ramsey Sound and the infamous 'Bitches' stretch of water just off St. Davids Head. The course views have to be seen to be believed.

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