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Smokehouse Quay Apartment





Description:

If you are looking for quality self catering in Pembrokeshire then take a look at this superb apartment. Smoke House Quay is a waterside development of apartments completed in December 2005. This first-floor apartment offers exceptionally well-equipped and comfortable accommodation for up to four people (plus baby). Free WiFi is installed. There is a full range of crockery, utensils and glasses. Kitchen equipment includes fridge, freezer, microwave, toaster electric hob, fan oven, washer drier, and dishwasher. An iron, ironing board and hair-drier are also provided. Television with DVD and an audio CD/tape system.

The apartment is carefully prepared for your arrival. Beds are made up ready. Hand and bath towels are provided – but please bring your own beach / swimming towels. There is electric heating throughout. There are NO extra charges. The property sleeps 4 people maximum plus a baby. A cot and high chair can be provided at no extra charge if requested in advance. This is a NO Smoking – No Pets property.



Location:

You will soon discover why Pembrokeshire is traditionally described as “the land of magic and enchantment” which perfectly captures the qualities of its outstanding coastline. From Tenby in the south to Cardigan in the north, all the 186 mile shoreline falls within the Pembrokeshire National Park.

It is an extraordinary beautiful place, with everything from towering cliffs to sheltered harbours; huge beaches to wooded creeks. It is also a haven for wildlife. Seals swim in its clear waters; wildflowers grow on the cliffs and seabirds nest in huge numbers on the coast and on the island nature reserves of Skomer, Skokholm and Ramsey. Pembrokeshire’s stunning coastal beauty extends inland to the Preseli Hills, on open expanse of highland scattered with mysterious prehistoric sites.

Milford Haven was developed in the late 18th Century, by Quakers from Nantucket as a whaling port. Later described by Lord Nelson in 1802 as being “one of the finest harbours seen” it developed in the early part of the 20th Century as an important base for the fishing industry. The old harbour was featured regularly in the 70′s Onedin Line T.V show and later the hosted the start of the 1991 Tall Ships Race. Now it is an expanding marina with over 200 berths whilst still being used by trawlers.

The Marina features restaurants, bars, a gallery, museum and ten pin bowling. Within an easy stroll of the apartment is a retail park which includes Tescos, Boots and the towns railway station. Within the town itself are a variety of shops, banks, a sports centre with swimming pool and the award winning Torch Theatre which presents live drama, popular entertainment, film and live broadcasts.

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Enquiry:

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