A great base for your Pembrokeshire Coast holiday
A Great Base for your Pembrokeshire Coast Holiday
HOLIDAY ACCOMODATION AVAILABLE
Kilgetty Heights NEW BUILD 2 BEDROOM HOLIDAY BUNGALOW
Kilgetty is situated between the market town of Narberth and Saundersfoot
Offering easy access to many other amazing award-winning beaches and National Trust sites that surround it in the Pembrokeshire Region, including Barafundel Bay, Amroth, Manorbier, Stackpole, Freshwater, Marloes, Bosherstons Lily Ponds,Coppett Hall, and Newgale.
PROPERTY TYPE - BUNGALOW
BEDROOMS - 2
SLEEPS - 3-4
BATHROOMS - 1
SHOWERS - 2
PARKING - 2 CARS
The Village of Kilgetty
The Pembrokeshire village of Kilgetty is located near the crossing of the A477 road from St Clears to Pembroke Dock and the A478 Tenby to Cardigan road - 2 miles north of Saundersfoot and 5 miles from Tenby. Kilgetty grew up around the railway when it opened in 1834 and today it has a population of over 2,000. Your arrival to Kilgetty will bring you down a beautifully manufactured new road system taking you through what can only be described as some of the most stunning scenery on your journey to the property.
Just up the road from Kilgetty, is Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo which started as a humble farm park but has grown over the years to become an award-winning children's adventure park with a zoo, vintage funfair and indoor and outdoor adventure play as well as the farm attractions. The Avondale Glass Blowing Studio in Kilgetty allows visitors to watch the glass blowers at work. Originally set up in 1976 by Vicenzo Speranza, who worked in the great glass houses of Italy from the age of 10 as well as in Germany, Switzerland, France, Sweden and Malta before settling in the UK, the business has since been handed down to his son and then to his grandson.
Kilgetty has a railway station on the Carmarthen/Whitland to Tenby and Pembroke Dock line.
The County of Pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire, also called Pembroke, County of Southwestern Wales, bounded on the Northeast by Ceredigion, on the East by Carmarthenshire, on the South by the Bristol Channel, and on the West and Northwest by St. Bride’s Bay and Cardigan Bay of St. George’s Channel.
The county’s rugged and convoluted coastline forms a peninsula with several protruding headlands, including St. David’s Head, the most westerly point in Wales, whose cliffs stand 594 feet (181 metres) above St. George’s Channel.
In the south a rim of low rolling hills encloses a plain draining into the Milford Haven Estuary. The Uplands in the north reach an elevation of 1,760 feet (536 metres) in the Preseli Hills. The present county of Pembrokeshire is coterminous with the historic county of the same name.