Description: About Mill LodgeThe picturesque hamlet of Middle Mill lies just one mile inland from the popular harbour town of Solva, up the Solva valley. Set in the grounds of an 18th century former corn mill, Mill Lodge is a bright and comfortable, stone-built cottage providing a perfect base for two couples or a small family to get away from it all and explore the stunning Pembrokeshire coast, with its beaches, outdoor activities and walking.
- One double and one twin-bedded room, both with en suite bathrooms
- Open plan living/dining room with comfortable sofas, old pine furniture, widescreen TV, DVD player and stereo/CD system
- Enclosed patio with BBQ
- Fully kitted kitchen, including dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer
- Dedicated parking
- Full central heating
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2008
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Local Attractions near Solva
Top Attractions: Middle Mill is located just one mile from the popular harbour village of Solva and three miles from St Davids, in the heart of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park where you can walk and enjoy the scenery to your heart's content. There is also the option of canoeing, coasteering, horse riding, fishing, climbing, visiting ancient buildings and monuments, or simply enjoying the beautiful local beaches and miles of coastal and other walks in the area. In Pembrokeshire you will be spoilt for choice.
Recommended Places to Visit: Visit St Davids for a tour of this tiny historic city with a Cathedral and Bishops Palace. Evidence of Pembrokeshire's historic heritage can be seen in the former mills, limekilns, quarries and quays as well as 18th and 19th century buildings in the national park.
Local Sports: bird watching, walking, walking, wildlife watching
Nearest Train Station: Haverfordwest
Solva is a pretty village found on the south side of St David’s Peninsula in Pembrokeshire, Wales. The village is split into two delightful halves, Upper and Lower Solva. Lower Solva can be found in the narrow river valley at the end of Solva harbour and boasts three pubs, two restaurants and several interesting shops. If you’re looking for amazing views then a short walk along the Gribbin will provide you with breath-taking sights across the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the conservation area that is Solva. Enjoy browsing for self-catering cottages to rent in and near Solva in Pembrokeshire.
Some recommended places to eat or enjoy an ice-cream include The Old Printing House, The Ship Inn, Caboose and Thirty Five Main Street, to name a few. Hot and cold drinks, wonderful local meals and fantastic afternoon teas and ice cream selections are available in many places throughout this beautiful village. If you’re looking to get active on your cottage holiday then why not hire a boat and take a trip out of the harbour? If you’re looking for somewhere interesting to visit then why not head to the Solva Woollen Mill where you can get more information about this mill’s hundred years of weaving expertise. We trust that you’ve found our hints and tips on things to do and see in Solva helpful. We also hope that you find good quality self-catering accommodation in or near Solva for your cottage holiday..