This pretty, whitewashed gem in Upper Solva is the epitome of a seaside cottage. Perched on a quiet lane with views of the Gribin headland, Glan y Mor has been lovingly renovated, while losing none of its charm and character.
The three-bedroom holiday home sleeps six, so has plenty of space for you to enjoy a rejuvenating break on the Pembrokeshire coast with your family or friends.
Perfect as a year-round holiday retreat, you can relax in front of the real open fire in the lounge. And on warmer days you can throw open the French doors to the sheltered patio.
A new extension has been added, providing a spacious, light and airy ground-floor master bedroom, and a shower room. And upstairs, in the original cottage, are two twin bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside, there are two gardens and the sunny patio where you can relax and unwind. And with the Pembrokeshire Coast Path literally on your doorstep and Solva Harbour a short walk away, you will be in the ideal spot to enjoy an idyllic seaside getaway.
Glan y Mor sits in a sought-after position in Upper Solva, overlooking the Gribin headland above Solva Harbour.
Situated in a quiet lane, you will be just a few steps from the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which connects the county’s picture-postcard harbours, hidden coves and stretches of golden sand.
The cottage is a short walk from Lower Solva, with its low-tide beach and quay, along with cafes, pubs, art galleries and independent shops.
Pembrokeshire offers a wide choice of activities and attractions to enjoy throughout your stay, whether you’re looking for watersports, boat trips, coastal walks, theme parks, or simply to relax and recharge.
Full address: Glan y Mor, 6 Penyraber, Solva, SA62 6UR
Enter the cottage through the charming stable door, which leads into the kitchen.
A glass door leads to the hall, where you will find handy coat hooks. From here, doors lead to the master bedroom, shower room, kitchen and storage cupboard.
Feel instantly at home in the large, fully fitted kitchen/diner, which has everything you need to prepare your favourite meals or simply relax over a Welsh cake… or two. There is a ceramic hob, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, table and chairs for six, and a docking station.
Sit back and relax in the comfy seating, in front of the real open fire, while taking in the view towards the headland through the characterful sash windows. From here, step through the French doors onto the sunny, sheltered patio. There is also a TV/DVD player. But mind your head as you step into this room because of the reduced-height door.
With a shower, toilet and washbasin. The washing machine and central heating boiler are also here.
Light pours into the spacious master bedroom, which has a king-size bed, large wardrobe and chest of drawers, while French doors lead to the side patio.
Stairs lead from the kitchen to the first floor.
A twin bedroom in the eaves. Both young ones, and grown-ups, will love sleeping in this room, which features Velux skylight windows, ideal for stargazing.
A second twin bedroom in the eaves, again with Velux skylight windows.
The attractive modern bathroom includes a bath for leisurely soaks after your coastal adventures. There is also a toilet and washbasin.
A set of stone steps leads to the cottage. There is a lawn to the front with seating, and a sheltered, sunny patio to the side, while further steps lead to a raised lawn. (Please take care with children.)
The cottage has its own designated parking space at the front.