Situated on the St Davids peninsula and just a few minutes walk from the sea and coastpath, the cottage provides the sought after 'get-away' for singles, couples and families and a place to connect with the natural environment - relax, explore or unwind.
Tŷ'r Pwmp, welsh for 'Pump House' was built in 1899 to supply the city of St Davids with water. In 1996 the building was completely renovated to a modern high standard cottage. With easy access to the Haverfordwest - St Davids road and bus service, the cottage lies in a sheltered spot which soaks up the early morning and midday sunshine with a stream flowing by.
Over a third of guests booking have stayed at Ty'r Pwmp before. Some return year after year while a few make several visits during the year to experience the changing seasons. See Visitor Comments
Included in the price are electricity, heating (oil central), bedding (duvets & pillows, covers & sheets, blankets and towels provided), fast WiFi and a welcome pack of groceries which includes a basket of fresh vegetables from the farm. Extras: Phone call charges. Pets by arrangement (+ £10 per pet per week). Raclette grill, Sun chairs, DVD player, cot and high chair can be supplied.
Mobile Phone Reception works for the EE and Three network. Vodafone and O2 can be picked up 50m away. There is also a telephone in the cottage.
You may book your stay using the two page online booking form. We will reply asking you to pay the deposit (30% of the rental price) by cheque or BACS (bank transfer). Once we receive the deposit, we will confirm the booking details, give travel directions and key pick up information by email. Bookings can be made up to a year in advance.
St Davids with its cathedral is 10 minutes drive away or is easily reached by walking along the coast path which takes about 1 hour.
St Davids provides the visitor with nearly all the amenities which one would require including the Oriel y Parc Visitors Centre.
The small picturesque fishing harbour village of Solva is 5 minutes drive away or takes just over half an hour to walk along the coast path. In Solva you will find shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs plus a grocery shop with post office. Check out the sea food outlets and explore the Gribin and old lime kilns.
The 186 mile (299km) Pembrokeshire Coast Path is 5 minutes walk from the cottage along the millers track and is reached at the pebble cove of Porth y Rhaw (above). In spring the wild coastal flowers fill the cliff tops with colour while during summer the sea invites for a cooling off. Wild winter storms create a spectacular sight.Read more on what there is to do.
We now offer the opportunity to come and stay for a few days as a short break or a weekend break at a reduced weekly price. This gives you a short get-away and a chance to experience the scenic coast and quiet life.
Should the preceding day or leaving day not be booked by arrival/departure, you may arrive after 12pm or depart by 4pm. (Otherwise arrival after 4pm, departure by 10am).
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