Fabulous Solva Cottage in the very heart of this coastal village
Located in the heart of the coastal village of Solva, Glanhafan ticks the holiday boxes offering 3 comfortable bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a roaring wood-burning stove to gather round, a spacious well-equipped Smallbone kitchen, cosy snug and enclosed garden.
• Close to amenities
• 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms
• Log burning stove
• Great open plan kitchen/diner
• Perfect for Coast Path walks
• Parking for 1 car
Lovingly refurbished this Solva holiday cottage has been thoughtfully decorated throughout and sits tucked away in a quiet lane above Solva’s harbour and just a few yards from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
Full of character and charm
Glanhafan is designed with holiday living in mind and offers a very spacious layout. The garden area sets the scene for warmer holiday days. The Village’s children’s Play Area sits behind Glanhafan and can be accessed from via the ‘secret gate’ from the garden – ideal for families.
The well-stocked village general store is just down the road. Wander down and pick up some fresh local crab or try their homemade takeaway meals.
With coastal walks galore and friendly local pubs within walking distance; this charming Solva Cottage is an ideal destination whatever the season.
Small Porch (one step up from Front Door) leads to the open plan living area:
Open Plan Kitchen/Living/Dining Room
Living Area – Sofa, TV, log burning stove
Dining Area – Farmhouse table and chairs to seat 5 comfortably
Kitchen Area – Well equipped with electric oven & induction hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer
French doors onto the garden. Stairs to 1st floor
Snug – L-shape sofa, Smart TV, DVD
Utility Room – Washing machine, dryer, sink. Leads through to Wet Room
Wet Room – Shower, washbasin and WC
Master Bedroom – Kingsize Sleigh bed. Balcony doors with Glass Safety Screen. Lovely views across the bay. Hairdryer.
Double Bedroom – Double bed, wardrobes and chest of drawers
Single Bedroom – Single bed, hanging rail and chest of drawers
Family Bathroom – Bath, walk in shower, washbasin and WC
Enclosed garden with small grass area, decking, gas BBQ and outside table and chairs. A ‘secret gate’ leads through to the village playground, skate park and football pitch – great for children.
Parking for 1 car to the front of the property. More public parking is available at the end of the lane.
|Bedrooms||3 Bedrooms on 1st Floor - 2 Doubles, 1 Single|
|Bathrooms||Family Bathroom on 1st Floor. Shower Room on Ground Floor|
|Garden||Enclosed Rear Garden with patio area and steps up to garden|
|Parking||For 1 car to the front of the property in the lane|
|Short Breaks||Available throughout the winter|
|Log Burning Stove||In the Snug Area. Welcome pack of logs for 1st night provided|
|Towels & Bed Linen||Provided. Please bring your own beach towels|
|WiFi||Glahafan is fully wifi ready. Please see booking terms and conditions on useage|
|Travel Cot & Highchair||Available, please request at time of booking|
|Dates||3 Nights||7 Nights|
|February Half Term||£585|
|May Half Term||£1200|
|School Summer Holidays||£1495|
|Rest of September||£700|
|October Half Term||£855|
Glanhafan is an ideal base for exploring this stunning area of Pembrokeshire
Located in the picture-perfect Pembrokeshire village of Solva, you are right on hand to soak up the beautiful coastal scenery just minutes walk away from your holiday door.
It’s a 5-minute walk down to the harbour and pubs/restaurants of Lower Solva. Try your hand at crabbing on the quayside – its one of the best crabbing spots in Pembrokeshire. At low tide there is a small beach to enjoy or walk round to the Gwadan, the next bay. For meals out, there is a lovely gastro pub in the village, The Cambrian, or try fresh seafood at Café 35 by the harbour. The best crab sandwiches are served fresh each day at The Old Pharmacy. Mamgu’s is the place to head for Breakfast or a delicious welsh cake and a coffee. The village also has a number of local pubs and independent shops.
Nearby St Davids is only a 7-minute drive away and has a good selection of eateries including 2 restaurants for dinner. It is also home to the majestic St Davids Cathedral, the reason why this tiny village has now been named a ‘City’. You can easily enjoy a day in St Davids wandering the local shops and art galleries, taking time to explore the Cathedral and medieval Bishops Palace. Be sure to try the local ice cream at The Bench Ice Cream parlour. Freshly made each day – it’s easy to see why people queue to get a taste – well worth the wait.
Whitesands Beach is one of the most stunning on the Pembrokeshire Coast. It is sandy Blue Flag beach with plenty of parking and easy access. There is a Beach Café, public toilets and plenty of places to hire surfboards and deckchairs. The sunsets here are amazing. You can easily spend the whole day here relaxing on the beach or take a walk out on the coastal path towards the rocky headland St Davids Head. 3 miles to the east of Solva is Newgale Beach. This is a 3-mile sandy beach, which is great for surfing. There is a fish & chip van here most days – perfect for supper on the beach with one of Newgale’s famous sunsets.
Glanhafan is conveniently located yards from the Coastal Path, it is ideal for exploring this stunning coastline on foot, the bird and wildlife will amaze, as will the sea views to the islands of Skomer and Ramsey. Take advantage of the Puffin Shuttle to catch a lift back from longer walks.