Syke Mill was originally built in 1840 as quarrymen's cottages nestling on the banks of a woodland stream. They have now been converted into a single, spacious and luxurious cottage in an idyllic setting within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Originally built in 1840, Syke Mill has been converted from a pair of quarrymen's cottages on the banks of a woodland stream. The cottage was completely rebuilt to a high standard and offers cosy and stylish modern accommodation. The ground floor has unrestricted access on one level, with further accommodation upstairs. The spacious open-plan living room is furnished in a contemporary style. Large French windows open out onto the terrace which is surrounded by ancient woodland and the bubbling stream. The kitchen is bright and well equipped. Downstairs floors are marble throughout. Perfect for walking, the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside is literally on your doorstep, with a large secluded garden at the rear. Syke Mill offers a safe outdoor environment for children to play and explore. The wild and pretty coastline is a few minutes away, with unspoilt beaches and picturesque fishing villages, country pubs and a wide range of leisure facilities within easy reach.
Guest Review. We had a really enjoyable stay in Pembrokeshire, helped by the excellent weather, and enjoyed staying in the cottage. It is located in a very good part of Pembrokeshire and its setting is excellent. Next time we holiday in Pembrokeshire we will definitely stay there again. We loved the decor, the quality of the appliances and the style of the cottage. Andrew & family. June 2014
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Choose our cottage for the perfect place to start your adventures on the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with your family, friends and your family pet.
Robson Green's Coastal Lives...Pembrokeshire. ITV Channel. Tuesday 3rd October 2017
Penelope Keith's Hidden Villages. Channel 4, October 2016
Penelope crosses the stunning coastline of Pembrokeshire visiting villages, communities, tea rooms, and a venue of the World Series of cliff diving.
Rough Guide votes Wales best place to visit in 2014.
ITV1. Episode 3. Pembrokeshire. A Great Welsh Adventure with Griff Rhys Jones. “I’m setting out on a personal odyssey, you see I was born in Wales but brought up in Essex and now I’m coming back. I want to get to grips with a wonderful country – Wales.
Nice views of the woodland from the upstairs bedrooms windows. Even better while enjoying a bubble bath with a glass of wine.
INCLUSIVE during your stay at our Hidden Gem
Welcome pack, bed linen and house towels (please bring your own beach towels). Basket of logs in season for the wood burner in the sitting room.
Charcoal for the BBQ
Electricity, Central heating,
Store cupboard essentials (cooking oil, sugar, salt, pepper)
Toilet rolls, refuse and recycling bags, dishwasher tablets, tea towels. Fresh herbs available from the garden in season.
Please let us know if you are celebrating a special event!
Please contact us for LATE DEALS and small party discount.
****We would consider any size family dog as long as it's well behaved and trained****
New 2018...Valentine Special Deal. Our price include a bottle of bubbly ( to share for up to two people), red roses petals and cakes. The cottage will be prepared for a romantic stay in a warm and wonderful settings. Our Valentine Special Deal rate per night is for two people. We charge an extra £40 per person after that. We do not charge for infant. We do not charge for one family dog per stay.
Please contact us for our latest offers and any special requirements. We are happy to help...Merci
The property and its location is ideal for a romantic weekend, family and a group of friends.
We welcome our guest with...Tea, Milk, Hot Chocolate and Roasted Coffee Beans for your first drink...on us. The property is suitable for up to six people plus cot.
I love the countryside but also the cobbled street. I love the beach, the peace and quiet but I also enjoy poetry, music and food festivals. I love to cook but I also enjoy a home cooked meal at the local restaurants with family and friends. I like to invite people to share my home and to enjoy the local scenes. I welcome my guests into my home, it's friendly, welcoming and well home from home break. Whether I'm in the countryside, on the beach or in the heart of Sète it gives me an opportunity to connect with nature, spend time with family and friends in a relaxed and comfortable environment.