Dating back to the late 1800’s, Brodawel is an attractive Holiday cottage in Solva offering the warmest of welcomes to you.
Inside is lovely with a comfortable open plan living area. The spacious kitchen is well equipped with dining area to easily seat 6. The lounge area has a log burning stove, perfect for those spring and autumn evenings after exploring all this lovely area has to offer. Upstairs you’ll find the 3 bedrooms and both bathrooms as well as the door to the small private patio at the rear of the property – a perfect spot to relax, unwind and watch the sun go down with a chilled glass of wine.
Ideal for families or for couples as there is so much to explore in the vicinity of Brodawel. Just a short walk from the cottage is the beautiful harbour, perfect for crabbing. Or for walkers, this is a paradise with coastal path walks to hand right from your holiday door.
*Please note – The property is not suitable for any persons with mobility problems, unable to cope confidently and safely with the stairs and garden steps.
Open Plan Living Area Kitchen – Electric Oven, Electric Hob, Dishwasher, Fridge and Microwave. Dining Table with bench seating and chairs to seat 6
Living Room – Comfortable seating for 6 with wood burning stove, TV with Sky Box, Selection of books & games. Door to Utility Area – Washing machine, Dryer, Freezer. Door out to rear stairs leading up to stepped terrace patio area.
13 steps up to First Floor (NB. Take Care on the Stairs – there is a Single handrail only).
Bedroom 1 – Double Bed with wardrobe, chest of drawers
Bedroom 2 – Twin Bedroom with 2 Single Beds, wardrobe, chest of drawers
Bedroom 3 – Twin Bedroom with 2 Single Beds, wardrobe, chest of drawers
Bathroom – Bath, Hand Held Shower over Bath, wc and wash handbasin
Shower Room – Enclosed Shower Cubicle, toilet and wash handbasin
Small Patio Area accessed from the first floor via further 5 steps up. Outdoor table and chairs to enjoy alfresco meals on the sunny terrace. Washing line for drying off your beach towels on further higher terrace – Take Care when accessing this level. Access is via steep, uneven steps.
|Stairs||The property is not suitable for any persons with mobility problems, unable to cope confidently and safely with the stairs and garden steps. Internally there is only 1 handrail to access the 13 stairs to the 1st floor and externally there is only 1 handrail for the narrow exterior steps for the patio area.|
|Bedrooms||3 bedrooms on 1st Floor. 1 Double, 2 Twins|
|Bathrooms||2 Bathrooms on 1st floor. 1 Family Bathroom with bath, shower over bath and wc. 1 Shower Room with wc.|
|Dogs||Up to 2 well-behaved dogs are very welcome @ £25 each per week|
|Parking||for 1 car directly outside the property. Additional on road parking up the lane for further cars.|
|WiFi||Browdawel is fully Wi-Fi ready, so if you need to keep in touch with the outside world you can|
|Outside Area||Raised small patio terrace with outdoor furniture - 5 steps up from 1st floor|
|Bed Linen & Towels provided for use at the property||Please bring your own Beach towels|
|Short Breaks||Available all year except School Holiday weeks|
|Dates||3 Nights||7 Nights|
|Rest of April & May||£325||£620|
|May Half Term||£895|
|School Summer Holidays||£1085|
|Last Week August||£850|
|October Half Term||£375||£720|
|Christmas & New Year||£795|
There is so much to explore from your front door. The harbour village of Solva is a great place for a holiday and Brodawel is perfectly positioned to make the most of all on offer.
Solva Harbour - There is always something to watch at the lovely harbour, just a 10 minute walk from the cottage. This is a perfect crabbing spot for all the family. Enjoy refreshments on the quay at the café or stroll up the path away from the harbour to the Gribin with views to wow.
Solva Village - The long main street is full of pubs, cafes and shops. Just a short stroll from Brodawel is The Cambrian – the local gastropub with a wide selection of dishes and wines.
Porthgain - The harbour village of Porthgain is a must with its art gallery, local pub and fish and chip bistro. Walk the Coast Path over to the Blue Lagoon at Aberieddy – famed for the Red Bull Cliff Diving.
St Davids - It’s a 10 minute drive to St Davids with its stunning Cathedral, medieval Bishops Palace, restaurants and shops. Take a boat trip around Ramsey Island and see the stunning wildlife.
Solva Woolen Mill - Spend a lovely afternoon at Solva Woollen Mill – the oldest working woollen mill in the county. Lots of woollen goods to choose from in the shop or stop for afternoon tea in the café.
Newgale - a gorgeous 3 miles stretch of golden sands and clear blue waters. Popular with watersports enthusiasts and dog walkers