Whitesands beach from St Davids Head

'Island View' is a detatched bungalow in a beautiful setting in Pembrokeshire, in a quiet and peaceful location with outstanding views over Whitesands Bay and the sea, Ramsey Island and Carn Llidi.
Whitesands beach and the coastal path are a couple of hundred yards away and reached by footpath.

Large lawned garden, Car parking, full central heating. Whitesands bay is an EEC Blue Flag beach, safe for children and supervised by lifeguards. It has golden sands at all stages of the tide.

The extensive accomodation comprises, lounge, diningroom, conservatory, fittted kitchen, master bedroom suite with bathroom and childrens bedroom. There are further two large bedrooms two with ensuite bathroom. Utililty room. Full central heating. The large garden is very private and has a lawned play area. The conservatory adjoins the lounge and dining room and a large patio area faces south to enjoy eating or drinking in sun or shade. There is a large off-road car park at the front of the house with parking for several cars.

The luxury fitted kitchen is equipped with a built in electric double oven, built in ceramic hob with extractor fan over fridge and dishwasher. The spacious lounge with high ceiling is fully carpeted with easy chairs, colour TV; the bay picture window gives splendid panoramic views to Whitesands Bay and Ramsey Island.
The master bedroom, with en-suite bathroom has glorious panoramic views of the coastline and sea.

Situated to the west of the village city of St Davids, with its 12th century Cathedral, 'Island View' enjoys a quiet location adjacent to the sea and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The Pembrokeshire Coast has some of Britain's most spectacular coastal scenery and there are also some of the safest and cleanest beaches in Europe, which are ideal for tiny children and also for a wide variety of watersports including sailing, surfing, wind-surfing and sea angling.

Less than a mile away is the beautiful sandy Caerfai beach, one of the four best beaches in the British Isles (Holiday Which). Very safe for small children and toddlers with shallow rock pools for paddling and shrimping.

The large sandy beach of Whitesands is a few hundred yards away and reached by footpath. This has golden sands at all stages of the tide, with easy access for pushchairs from the adjacent car park. Whitesands is an EEC Standard Blue Flag Beach (free from contamination and manned by Lifeguards)

Enjoy a quiet picnic and swim at the sheltered sandy beaches of Porthlysgi, Porthselau, Porth-melgan or Caerbwdi, accessible only on foot. The large sandy beaches of Traethllyfn and Newgale are only a few miles away. Abercastle, Aberbach and Abermawr have rock pools and sandy beaches.

The tiny picturesque Porthclais harbour, beloved by children for “crabbing”, has a slipway for launching small boats and free boat park. There is also a famous lifeboat station at Porthstinian. Boat and fishing trips to the offshore islands are organised by local fishermen.

The continuing extension of the M4 westwards means that St Davids has become quicker and easier to reach. The M4, M50 and A40 are direct routes to Haverfordwest.

From either Haverfordwest or Fishguard take the A487 to St Davids and Whitesands Bay.