9 Timber Hill - Self Catering Holidays in Pembrokeshire

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Welcome to 9 Timber Hill, our self-catering holiday home at Timber Hill, which is situated near Broad Haven in Pembrokeshire and stands within the boundaries of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The perfect place for a relaxing Staycation.

Number 9 Timber Hill is one of a small development of detached cedar-wood cottages on the southern slopes of a peaceful valley, offering spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. Situated within 130 acres of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the grounds have achieved the David Bellamy Environmental Gold award.

Surrounded by wildlife, the spacious accommodation in our cottage is only 20 minutes walk, through woodland rich in bird life and wild flowers, from Broad Haven’s long and sandy beach and is in an ideal position for exploring Pembrokeshire.

Timber Hill is family friendly. Children will love the outside space and the freedom to explore and play. There is a play area with climbing frame, slide and swing for smaller children as well as rope swings available nearby for older children; the shallow stream itself is an attraction for all ages. There is plenty of open space to kick a ball around or fly a kite.

Indoor, a games room with table tennis and snooker is available to guests free of charge and is located in the building opposite the main farmhouse.

Many of my guests become regular visitors and in fact some guests actually came as children and have returned as adults with their own children to enjoy the same relaxing experience.

Pembrokeshire is an excellent area for Dark Skies; just look up and enjoy the stars, clouds permitting !

Laugharne and Dylan Thomas.

09 May
Dylan Thomas's Boat house and the Estuary.

Laugharne and Dylan Thomas. Just over 25 miles from Timber Hill is Laugharne, a pretty little village which was once the home of Dylan Thomas. There are several beautiful walks around the area. They range from a gentle wander round the edges of the old castle and the banks of the river Tâf to the lovely […]

The Brunel Trail

05 May

The Brunel Trail is a  9 mile trail that runs from Haverfordwest to Neyland along the track of the old GWR railway; Neyland was the terminus of the GWR. You can start at either end or join at several places along the way. As it is an old railway track, it’s an easy walk and […]

The Dark Skies of Wales

05 May

For millennia, people all around the world have gazed up, wide-eyed, towards the heavens, trying to make sense of the universe and our place within it. But, with worldwide population growth and the expansion of industrial cities, a 2016 study found that 80 percent of the world – and more than 99 percent of the […]