An introduction to Ol Tywydd
‘Ol Tywydd’ is a fabulous, modern, 5 star, property, situated in the seaside village of Broad Haven, with its wonderful beach and scenic surroundings. Ideally located for walking Pembrokeshire’s National Parks Coastal path.
Ol Tywydd main features
- 3 Bedrooms
- 5 Star
- Central Heating
- Family Friendly
- Nearby Pub
- Private Patio
- Scenic Location
- Sea Views
- Short Breaks Available
Visit Wales 5-star accreditation
‘5-star’ denotes excellent quality, service, cleanliness, facilities & ambiance – we strive for the very best
Ol Tywydd sleeps 6 people + a baby cot, in three superb, luxurious bedrooms
Ideal for families, couples or just indulgence for yourselves
Located in a peaceful area of the village yet close to many activities & attractions
Available for short-breaks or longer holidays
Luxury Marina Style House with sea views. Only a 2 minute walk from Broad-Haven Beach. Sleeps 6 plus cot. This house has been furnished to a very high standard and offers you all home comforts for a luxury break. Sorry no smoking and no pets.
The property is extremely well equipped and situated just two minutes walk from Broad Haven’s beautiful beach, shops and restaurants. Conveniently situated for coastal footpath and visiting both North and South of the county and the many attractions on offer.
Accommodation: Entrance hallway leading to:
Ground Floor Bedroom 1: With twin beds, wardrobe and bedside table.
Ground Floor Bathroom: Bath with electric shower, w/c, sink, mirror, wall mounted, fan heater, extractor fan and shaving point.
Ground Floor Bedroom 2: With twin beds, wardrobe, bedside table and french doors leading to garden.
First Floor Lounge: 2 sofas, 1 armchair, TV & DVD with freeview, CD/IPod Player, and selection of books, CDs, DVDs and games. French windows leading to balcony with sea views over St Brides Bay and islands.
Kitchen/Diner: Fully equipped, built-in fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, ceramic hob, oven and microwave. Open plan with lounge; lends itself to sociable entertaining.
Second Floor Master Bedroom/En suite: Double bed, TV with freeview, built-in wardrobes, leading to en-suite with shower, sink, w/c, mirror and shaving point.
Garden: Enclosed with access via gate at side of house and french windows in ground floor bedroom 2. Sea views.
Parking: Off road parking available for up to 2 cars at the front of the
‘Welcome pack’ provided along with bed linen, jay cloth, scourer, tea towel and bath/hand towels. If second week booked, fresh bed linen and towels can be made available. Please bring own beach towels. Iron & board, hairdryer, vacuum cleaner.
Sorry, no smoking or pets.
*All electric economy 7 heaters and independent convector heaters in bedrooms (providing instant heat).
Prices (£) per week for the property based on a Friday - Friday stay. Midweek and short breaks available.
10% Discount available for small party bookings!!
1 January – 6 January – £595
7 January – 17 February - £320
18 February –24 February - £465
25 February – 14 April - £320
15 April – 1 May - £525
2 May – 26 May- £495
27 May – 2 June - £695
3 June – 30 June -£525
1 July – 7 July - £695
8 July – 1 September - £845
2 September – 22 September £545
23 September – 20 October £320
21 October – 27 October £525
28 October – 21 December £320
22 December – 31 December £595
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A flavour of the Area
One of the area’s best beaches, Broad Haven is a flat, open sandy beach, flanked by cliffs, overlooking an abundance of rock pools, ideal for families. Little Haven, an old fishing village, is only a short walk away. The 3-mile Newgale beach is 6 miles away.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path winds its way from Broad Haven, both eastward to Amroth and westward to St Dogmaels. Inland are the scenic Preseli Hills, so the village is ideally situated for walking. If keen on other outdoor pursuits; kayaking, surfing, sailing, boat trips and fishing are just some of the activities on offer in the area.
For ‘forays’ into town; 6 miles away is the bustling town of Haverfordwest. A drive west along the coast road takes you through Solva, with its painted shop, restaurant and pub fronts, bringing you to St Davids said to be the birth place of the patron saint of Wales. Its 12th Century cathedral gives the town its city status. Eastbound from Broad Haven, is Narbeth with gift and antique shops, pottery painting and gallery.
Leaflets and guide books are available at Ol Tywydd for you to plan your day. You will not be short of ideas!
Along the beach front at Broad Haven, you will find a Londis store, open daily, stocking most necessities, including fresh bread and a post office. There are also a surf shop (good for equipment hire and tuition), souvenir and beach shops, 2 pubs and a smart bar/restaurant; Nautilus.