Penrhyn Holiday Cottage in Strumble Head
Penrhyn is a traditional split-level stone cottage, full of character, with Welsh settles and locally made woollen curtains and bedspreads; while the kitchen/breakfast room offers wonderful views out to sea. It is for those seeking peace and quiet - step back in time for a simpler life. Oil lamps and candles add to the atmosphere as there is no electricity. There are books, games, and a piano - bring your own music. Enjoy meals on the patio or lawn whilst taking in the dramatic sea views and spectacular sunsets. Go through the garden gate onto the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path for breathtaking walks, where ponies, seals and porpoises may be seen. Wildlife and flowers abound. Drive slowly down the long, gated, rugged track through National Trust land and you will find a magical location for your holiday.
Extra care needed with young children as stream and steep cliffs nearby.
No electricity precludes higher grade.
No baby equipment, but you are welcome to bring your own.
Ground Floor: Sitting/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, double room, twin room, bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc.
First Floor: Loft bedroom - twin beds approached by ships ladder - be aware as very low ceilings.
Facilities: Gas cooker, gas fridge, oil Rayburn, oil lamps, piano, towels, patio furniture.
Heating: Rayburn, open fire, logburner.
Electricity: Coal and logs: Charged as used. Oil for Rayburn & hot water : £30 per week. Gas & Oil for lamps: FREE.
Parking: In front of cottage.
General: Gas cooker, gas fridge, oil Rayburn, oil lamps, piano, towels, patio furniture.
Pets: 2 well behaved dogs.
Goodbye to our adored Penrhyn, for another Year. We have had a great week and fantastic weather, Only disappointment was the District lack of wildlife across this year. Thank you for the cakes , wine, flowers etc and for the use of your wonderful unique house . Were Else can you watch fishing boats going out to sea, whilst having your shower? Watch out for the robin - he is acting in a strange way , flying against the living room and bedroom windows - he seems to be requesting food for the two Magpies!