About The Corn Mill
The picturesque hamlet of Middle Mill lies just one mile inland from the popular harbour town of Solva, up the Solva valley in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
The 4 bedroom self-catering accommodation, a former 16th century water mill is set in lovely gardens and offers the perfect base for chilling out and exploring the stunning Pembrokeshire coast, with its beaches, outdoor activities and walking.
The Corn Mill is a beautifully presented and characterful home that sleeps up to 8, plus cot for a baby
The self-catering accommodation rental comprises:
- A Master bedroom with kingsize bed and ensuite bathroom and shower
- Two further double bedrooms and one twin-bedded room
- Further family bathroom and separate shower room
- Open fireplace in the drawing room for a warm glow in the evenings
- Dining kitchen with Sandyford range and farmhouse table
- Large reception room with original mill workings
- Bags of character (stone walls, beamed ceilings, stripped floors, quarry tiles, original fireplaces)
- Original art on the walls
- Parking for up to four cars
- Full central heating
Outside, The Corn Mill enjoys extensive gardens, outside dining and barbecue, and access through the Mill's gardens to the river Solva. All this is located just a mile down a country lane from the shops, pubs and restaurants of Solva and three miles from the tiny cathedral city of St Davids. There is lots to do in the area including over 200 circular walks.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2008
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See our own website for availability and prices week by week. Short breaks are available in low season only.30% deposit to secure booking
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A beautiful, natural harbour with pretty, colourful painted houses and access to the coastal path. Excellent pubs, restaurants and gift shopping.
There is the glorious Pembrokeshire Coast National park to explore with its great birdlife, stunning scenery and places with peace and quiet.
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.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Various local Welsh eateries and food pubs.
Local Sports: Canoeing, coasteering, horse riding, fishing, climbing and watersports at beach.