The top 100 feature covered what the paper considered were the best locations in Europe for quality and value. And our cottage and spa resort, based in Pembrokeshire’s Lydstep Bay, was praised by the paper’s chief travel writer Stephen Bleach for its ‘proper cottages,’ which date back to the 12th century. Bleach also commended the resort on its ‘gorgeous views’ and gave the ultimate accolade when he summed up our resort as simply ‘perfect’!
Philip Evans, managing director at Celtic Haven says: “I am delighted to see that our very special resort has achieved such high level recognition. At a time when we are faced with huge competition from multi-national companies offering heavy discounts, it is fantastic to see that the real ‘Welsh Cottage’ experience is still recognized as the best.
“We are proud to still be a privately owned, family business which has enjoyed looking after our valued clients for over 30 years. This means a great deal to all of my Team, who are dedicated to supplying a luxury holiday experience in these amazing surroundings.”
Celtic Haven is built on an historic site, being the former estate of Lord St David. Our cottages and houses sleep from two to 12. Scenic coastal walks through the national park overlook the Atlantic and the nearby monastic island of Caldey. Free use of all the resort’s leisure facilities, including sauna, gym, indoor swimming pool, all-weather tennis courts and the nine-hole headland golf course, is also included for all guests.
Stay at Celtic Haven from as little as £149 per person for a three or four night short break this Spring, including an evening meal in Waves Italian Restaurant (value to £20) and a spa treatment voucher worth £30. For more details, please call 01834 870 000 or click here.