Set back from the beach some 400 yards in a quiet wooded valley, this lovely three bed roomed bungalow is nicely situated for a family holiday. The spacious back garden is ideal for children to play safely or for an evening BBQ. The property boasts three bedrooms sleeping up to six persons in one double, one twin and one room equipped with bunks.
The fully equipped kitchen has a dishwasher and washing machine.
The dining area is equipped for six, while the lounge seats six in comfort.
The bathroom has a bath and separate shower. Avondale is only available from May to mid September. The bungalow which faces south has the benefit of sunshine all day (weather permitting) and there is ample parking for up to three cars in the drive.
The quiet unspoilt and sheltered hamlet of Nolton Haven lays in the centre of St Brides Bay, itself a principal feature of the glorious Pembrokeshire Coast .
The coastal path passes through the village and the location enjoys everything the National Park can offer – walks along either exhilarating cliff tops or quiet welsh lanes, golf, horse riding, fishing, boating trips to outlying islands with tremendously varied coastal flora & fauna, surfing at Newgale's awesome beach and a whole lot more. Nearby villages include picturesque Solva, Little Haven, Broad Haven and the Cathedral City of St Davids.
Local facilities are limited, The Mariners Inn lies adjacent to the beach and The Druidstone Hotel - the ultimate get away from it all hostelry is a short distance along the coast road, or coast path.
The nearest shops are either at Roch, a short drive inland or at Newgale, Beach just along the coast. There are a variety of excellent eating places around St Brides Bay and the usual more extensive shopping facilities in Haverfordwest.