Stay in Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire

Baywatch

This fabulous self catering holiday apartment in Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire,has the lovely blue flag beach right on it's doorstep. It boasts amazing views over St Brides Bay and is furnished to a good standard. Wifi now available.

Kitchen: Equipped to the highest standard: oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washer-dryer. The kitchen has a low level oven, dishwasher and washer/dryer, fridge and freezer - all other appliances are at standard worktop height with the exception of the Microwave which is at eye height.

Lounge/Diner: Large open plan lounge area (with adjacent dining area). Window to side with dramatic sea views. 2 piece suite, WiFi, TV with freesat and DVD (the local village shop has a DVD hire selection).

Bedroom 1: King bed, wardrobe, bedside cabinets.

Bedroom 2: Family Bunk bed (Double & Single), wardrobe, bedside cabinet.

Bathroom: Modern and decorated to a high standard. Bath with shower over, shaving point, a ceiling mounted extractor fan and heated towel rail.

Access to apartment: St Brides Bay View is a third floor apartment right on the sea front at Broad Haven. Access is gained via steps from the pavement to the communal hall entrance doorway. Three flights of stairs or a lift will take you to the third floor floor.

Heating throughout via electric wall-mounted heaters.

Prices include all bed linen and utilities.

Towels can be hired at £4 per set of 1 x bath and 1 x hand if required.

Travel cot available (please bring own cot bedding) and high chair can be provided on request.

Car Parking Allocated car parking space plus second space in general permit parking area.

Sorry, no pets or smoking.

PLEASE NOTE THAT BAYWATCH IS AVAILABLE FOR A 6 MONTH WINTER LET FROM 1ST OCTOBER TO 31ST MARCH

Sleeps:

Bedrooms:

Price Band:

5 plus cot

2

£340 - £840

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Baywatch Guest Comments

Owen Jones

We had a great stay at the Baywatch apartment. Everything was as described on the website and the view from the window was too die for.