Hundreds of two-night winter spa breaks available from £120
Including free spa treatments
Get away from it all to a cosy coastal cottage this winter, with a fabulous spa-break deal that'll leave you feeling rejuvenated and ready to take on everything the festive season has to throw at you!
With December bringing cold-nights, short days and the stresses of Christmas, there's really no better time to enjoy the comfort of some Pembrokeshire peace and quiet…
And we've got a fantastic deal to get you here, with spa breaks available from just £120!
Make the most of quality time with your loved ones, relaxation and great food at our onsite restaurant, as you enjoy good amenities and easy to reach attractions.
This fantastic deal also gives you the chance to enjoy some great value coastal relaxation, thanks to our beautiful on-site spa.
Book into the Spa at Celtic Haven for a treatment and, as an exclusive guest on our winter spa breaks offer, you'll be given a second similarly priced treatment absolutely free… the perfect way to rejuvenate over the winter months!
From full-body massages to facials, manicures and pedicures, our wonderful team of therapists have everything you need to revitalise.
Check out our holistic menu of spa treatments here
As part of our winter spa breaks offer, you can enjoy a two night stay from just £120 - here's the full breakdown of prices:
- One-bedroom cottages - £120
- Two-bedroom cottages - £180
- Three-bedroom cottages - £239
- Headlands House - £499
- Bravehearts - £499
- Manor House - £699
This offer runs from 2nd December 2019 until 31st January 2020, excluding 19th December - 3rd January.
Full terms and conditions apply
Free treatment may only be redeemed by recipient of initial treatment
Here's a selection of our properties to check out, many of which are also dog-friendly
One of three modern suites at Celtic Haven, Caddy's Cottage offers open-plan living and a terraced area with views over the golf course towards the picturesque Pembrokeshire headland. Caddy's Cottage is an easily accessible property just perfect for a short break or romantic holiday near Tenby.
One of three modern suites at Celtic Haven, Greenkeeper's Cottage offers open-plan living and stunning views across the golf course and picturesque headland from its own private veranda. Greenkeeper's Cottage is an easily accessible property just perfect for a romantic holiday or break for two 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.
One of the oldest properties in the village and steeped in character, this popular holiday cottage is named after Lord St David who owned the land hundreds of years ago. The metre thick walls and pitch pine beams indicate the 12th Century period of its original construction.
Once home to jockeys and their equipment, Boot Cottage is now a charming and cosy holiday cottage with vaulted ceilings and headland views as soon as you step out of the back door. Perfect for a family holiday in Pembrokeshire!
As the name suggests, this lovely four-bedroom detached house sits proudly overlooking the picturesque Pembrokeshire headland. With its own private garden, views from almost every room and all the facilities within a few paces, Headland’s House is a popular choice with both families and larger groups.
Hardly any structural changes have been made to Bravehearts since the soldiers of the Bishop Gower of St David’s rested here hundreds of years ago. Situated in our charming 12th Century courtyard, this fabulous character house sleeps up to 10 people making it ideal self-catering accommodation for two families or a larger group.
The Manor House sleeps 12 people in a property bursting with character.
This beautiful old farmhouse has a fabulous history – the huge manor kitchen still has the old flagstone floor and the Flemish chimney dates right back to the 10th Century!