Graftons is the principal part of a large detached house which is positioned in an enviable position almost on the sea wall in Little Haven. Most of the rooms, including the bedrooms, afford fantastic sea views and Graftons has been renovated and furnished in a contemporary style, to provide modern practical holiday accommodation for groups of up to ten guests who want a holiday by the sea.
Situated in the heart of this delightful seaside village with its sandy beach, Graftons is a unique holiday home. Little Haven is one of the most charming seaside villages in Wales that nestles in a quiet southern corner of St Brides bay in Pembrokeshire. With its three safe sandy beaches, the village lies at the head of a small cove and there are plenty of small rock pools and sea caves to explore.
Once a base for smuggling, today the beaches are used by wind surfers, sailors, fishermen and families, providing the perfect place for relaxing on a sunny day. It is possible to walk round the headland at low tide to the adjacent beaches of Broad Haven and Settland and the safe gently shelving beaches and clear blue waters are sure to tempt even the most sea-shy visitors.
Little Haven is a popular meeting place for visitors and local folk with three very good pubs, village cafe, bistro, gift shop and a pottery. There are also plenty of things to see and do for those who do not want to simply relax, including: St David's, with its shops, art galleries and cathedral; Solva with its lovely pretty natural harbour and very good restaurants and pubs; Island Hopping where you will see some wonderful wildlife including seals, sea birds and porpoises; Dale and St Anne′s Head where you can watch people sailing or windsurfing or walk to the light house at St Anne′s Head and enjoy views of the south Pembrokeshire coast; Newgale Beach where you can stroll along the two mile long sand and pebble beach and Haverfordwest, the county town of Pembrokeshire which offers plenty of shops to stock up on provisions.
Whether you are looking for a holiday with friends or family by the beach or wanting to explore this wonderful part of Wales, Graftons provides an ideal base for large groups.
Sue & Andy Curtis (managers) joined Independent Cottages in March 2010
Outside: French doors lead to an enclosed paved patio and then to a patio that looks straight out to sea - relax with a glass of wine and watch the sun go down while the water literally laps at your feet.
Facilities: Electric hob and double oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, 42" flatscreen television with Sky, DVD player, CD player, towels and garden furniture. All bedrooms have 19" flatscreen televisions with Freesat.
Additional information: Oil central heating and electricity are included within the price as are towels and bedlinen. Parking is in public car park, but you can park outside the property to unload.
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