Aerial view of the Old Coach House
View over Solva Harbour
View over Solva River
Top down view of the Old Coach House
Aerial view of Solva
View over Solva Harbour to Solva Village
Solva Harbour mouth
The Old Coach House

The Old Coach House Solva was converted from two ruined barns in 1973.  Having been a happy family home for 40 years, Helen & Jonathan decided to renovate it and to maintain it as a holiday let. It is a spacious and luxurious holiday home, which can accommodate at least eight people, set in extensive grounds. The reviews left by guests confirm that it is a superb place to spend a holiday in any season. The house is located close to the picturesque fishing village of Solva within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.  Nearby there are numerous beaches, the County Town of Haverfordwest and St David's, the UK's smallest city.  The house has many distinct areas and even in wet weather, there is never a feeling of "cabin fever." The entrance conservatory has a pool table and a selection of games from quoits, croquet and jigsaws to Bagatelle.  The living room has a piano and television with Sky including Sky Sports, a Blu-ray player, a media player and a Nintendo Wii with various family games.  The garden room has cane furniture and a view of the sea and is perfect for star gazing. There is wifi throughout the house.  The absence of light pollution gives a view of the stars not commonly found in other parts of the UK. There is an outside shelter to enable the use of the Webber barbecue when the weather isn't perfect, or for smokers.

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