Get away with your friends or loved ones
Our two-bedroom properties are perfect for relaxing on the coast, whether it's a small family getaway or time with close friends at a peaceful resort that boasts friendly people, easy to reach attractions, lots of activities and plenty of places to visit.
Enjoy walks during the day and the chance to have a good meal with a few drinks and entertainment in the evenings, whether here or at the provisions available at our sister resort Lydstep Beach Holiday Park.
Whatever it is you want to do, our two-bedroomed properties are the perfect place to take time away from real life and step into a more peaceful environment... both physically and mentally!
Our two-bedroomed cottages offer relaxation with family and friends, value for money and a pleasant location, you can check out our selection of properties here...
This lovely two-bedroom apartment was once the old sleeping quarters for the servants to The Manor House. Situated in our charming 12th Century courtyard and accessed by stone steps, Servant's Quarters offers accommodation for up to four people and a lovely outlook over the golf course towards the Pembrokeshire headland.
Some people insist they can still detect the delicious aroma of freshly baked bread in this popular detached cottage! Originally the village bakery, this delightful two-storey cottage is now a picturesque and traditional estate dwelling in the centre of the 12th Century courtyard.
This pretty single-storey cottage is a firm favourite because of its convenient location near to the tennis courts and facilities. All the accommodation is on the ground floor making access easy for young children or the elderly; great for a family break in Wales!
Set in a small cluster of whitewashed stone cottages, Flemish Cottage’s exposed pitch pine beams and tiled floors give a wonderful insight into Welsh cottages as they would have been hundreds of years ago – with all the mod cons!
Tackrooms was once the original saddling room of Atrato, Lord St David's Grand National winning racehorse. Now a charming and cosy holiday cottage, Tackrooms has plenty of character and a private garden leading off the living room making it perfect for a family holiday in Pembrokeshire!
Doves and House Martins (which are still your neighbours) were the original occupiers of this delightful double-aspect cottage. Looking onto the charming 12th Century courtyard from the lounge and up towards The Spa from the front door, this charming single-level property is conveniently located for all the facilities.
Originally the pretty lodge cottage leading from the road into the village, Bridleways is now a charming whitewashed holiday cottage standing proudly at the entrance to Celtic Haven.
This spacious two-storey cottage is a favourite with families and you'll find it conveniently located for the tennis courts and putting green. Puffin Cottage's private, south-facing garden makes it an especially popular choice in the spring and summer months!
Kittiwake Cottage is situated at the top of the village close to the tennis courts and a short stroll to all the amenities. All the accommodation is on the ground floor so making access to all rooms easy for young children or the elderly.
Bosun’s Cabin is situated at the top of the village close to the tennis courts and a short stroll to all the amenities. All the accommodation is on the ground floor so making access to all rooms easy for young children or the elderly.
Cranberry Cottage originally lead into the estate’s soft fruit orchard and is now a pretty Welsh holiday cottage with plenty of charm and character. You’ll find yourself close to all the facilities and just a few paces from the wonderful headland outlook!
This beautiful detached cottage stands where the blacksmiths of years ago would shoe not only the working Shire horses, but also the racehorses of Lord St David’s stable. With its own private veranda off the living area, The Old Forge enjoys views across the golf course towards the Pembrokeshire coast.
This pretty single-storey cottage occupies a popular position where the mariners’ houses reputedly stood when Lydstep limestone was shipped to Devon and Cornwall. The cottage’s private, south-facing garden makes it an especially popular choice in the spring and summer months!
This pretty single-storey cottage occupies a popular position where the mariners; houses reputedly stood when Lydstep limestone was shipped to Devon and Cornwall. The cottage’s private, south-facing garden makes it an especially popular choice in the spring and summer months!