Glebe House is a 200 year-old former Welsh farmhouse which sleeps up to 10 and is located a few hundred yards from the sea and about a mile from the beautiful coastal town of Little Haven. Lovingly restored, using traditional methods, but to the highest modern eco-standards, it combines comfort, tradition and practicality.
With its spacious accommodation and proximity to a wealth of outdoor activities, it is the perfect base for a family holiday or for friends wanting an idyllic break on one of Britain’s most stunning coastlines.
Glebe House is located seven miles west of Haverfordwest at Talbenny (a mile west of Little Haven and half a mile south of Hasguard Cross).
Some of Pembrokeshire’s greatest beaches are within minutes. The famous beaches of Little Haven and Broad Haven, Marloes, Norton, and St Brides are all less than three miles away. The Coastal Path, with its spectacular views towards St David’s (and on a good day Snowdonia) is barely a stone’s throw away.
There are fantastic wildlife watching opportunities throughout the year. But these peak in June/July with the puffins on Skomer – you don’t need to be a ‘birder’ to appreciate being within two metres of these fantastically comical creatures. Nor do you need a professional camera with a huge lens – a normal phone will do!
It has four upstairs bedrooms (two doubles, two with two single beds), so it sleeps 8. This can be increased to 10 if the garden room sofa bed is used (although this will have repercussions on TV use).
The ground floor is open plan with a fully-equipped kitchen to the rear. The former dairy and milking parlour have been restored to create a spacious extension, housing a games and shower room. The ground floor is also disabled-friendly.
Outside, there is a lawned area for barbeques and sunbathing. One half of the garden has been turned into a nature reserve which guests are welcome to explore.
It has off-road parking for several vehicles.
Well-behaved pets are welcome. There is a £20 surcharge for each pet to cover additional cleaning and wear-and-tear.