Glebe House

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

10 Guests


Overview of Glebe House...

Glebe House is a 200 year-old former Welsh farmhouse which sleeps up to 10 over two double and two twin bedrooms upstairs, with a sofa bed downstairs. The former dairy and milking parlour have been restored to create a spacious extension, housing a games and shower room and is located a few hundred yards from the sea and about a mile from the beautiful coastal town of Little Haven. Lovingly restored, using traditional methods, but to the highest modern eco-standards, it combines comfort, tradition and practicality.

The ground floor is open plan, with living and dining area with two log burning stoves and underfloor heating, the ground floor is also disabled-friendly.

The fully equipped kitchen is spacious, complete with range cooker, dishwasher, fridge freezer, various appliances, a washing machine and dryer. Downstairs there is a large games room equipped with pool and table tennis tables, a sofa bed, plus a large television and DVD/blue ray player. There are also two large bathrooms, one of which is disabled-friendly bathroom on the ground floor.

With its spacious accommodation and proximity to a wealth of outdoor activities, it is the perfect base for a family holiday or for friends wanting an idyllic break on one of Britain’s most stunning coastlines.

Outside, there is a lawned area and one half of the garden has been turned into a nature reserve which guests are welcome to explore.

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path which forms part of the footpath running around the entire Welsh coast is a five minute walk away. There are plenty of glorious beaches within a few minutes’ drive and the surrounding network of quiet country lanes make it the ideal base for cycling. There is also good fishing from the beaches and rocky outcrops. For the more adventurous, there are sea kayaks, surfboards and wetsuits available to hire from Broadhaven or you might prefer to hire a horse from Nolton Stables to gallop along the beach near Druidstone.

Just off the coast are the two internationally-famous nature reserves of Skomer and Skockholm. Free from mammalian predators, these boast huge numbers of ground and cliff-nesting sea birds. From April to mid-July puffins are probably the greatest draw, but in August birders are drawn by literally hundreds of thousands of Manx shearwaters which wheel in at night to avoid the area’s numerous black backed gulls and peregrines. It is possible to stay overnight on the islands to witness – or more appropriately listen to – this spectacular phenomenon, but places need to be booked months in advance. Centuries of isolation and protection mean all the wildlife on the islands, from little owls to wild rabbits, is remarkably tame. Three local beaches boast ‘Blue Flag’ status which is awarded to particularly clean and well-managed popular beaches and a little further afield (but still within a half-hour drive) there are a further 14 blue (highest) and green (excellent) beaches between Pembroke and Tenby. And a little to the north is the spectacular Blue Lagoon, a flooded former slate quarry which now regularly hosts the Red Bull World Cliff Diving Championships

Glebe has off-road parking for several vehicles.

Well-behaved pets are welcome. There is a £20 surcharge for each pet.

Each wood burning stove comes supplied with unlimited logs.

  • Eating and Drinking

    Eating & Drinking..

    Planning a holiday to Glebe and would like to know some of the best places to eat out? Or eat in at your property?

    Have a look at some of our recommendations from fine dining to pub grub to hand delivered food platters - we have got it all covered here!

    Eating Out

    Marthas Vineyard, Milford Marina (6 miles)
    With stunning views over Milford Marina, this popular family-run bar and restaurant provides plenty of options to satisfy your every need, providing the best food and service in a relaxing atmosphere.

    The Harbourmaster, Milford Marina (6 miles)
    The Harbourmaster offers a relaxed, friendly environment serving good honest, home-made food using local, seasonal and fresh produce where possible.​

    The Swan Inn, Little Haven (1 mile)
    Warm up by the roaring fire with an amazing selection of tapas, wines & real ales. Open on the weekends only.


    Spinmaker Cafe, Milford Marina (6 miles)
    Fresh, home-made meals which are both delicious and affordable, along with an ever-changing display of freshly baked cakes, Spinnaker Cafe is the perfect stop off if you're after good, honest food!

    Sugar Loaf, Milford Marina (6 miles)
    Situated overlooking the historic Milford Haven Waterway, Sugar Loaf offers a modern, cosy and welcoming environment, serving the very best in rustic baked goods, home-made deli products and a wide range of teas and coffees and premium soft drinks.

    Solva Coffee Shop, Solva (14 miles)
    Situated in the heart of traditional harbour village Solva, this coffee shop doesn't just sell traditional and alternative welsh cakes hot off the griddle but is also a warm, welcoming and cosy Welsh cafe.


    Robertos Pizza & Kebab House, Haverfordwest (9 miles)
    Order amazing food online to takeaway.

    Hong Kong House, Haverfordwest (9 miles)
    Chinese cuisine to takeaway.

    Seven Spice, Haverfordwest (9 miles)
    Indian cuisine to takeaway.

  • Essentials

    Additional Information ..

    Do you want to know a little bit more on what Glebe has included before arriving?

    Then look no further we have all the information you could possibly need right here!

    Check In / Check Out

    Check in is from 4.30pm & check out is by 10am.

    Sleeping Arrangements

    2 double bedrooms
    2 twin bedrooms
    Double Sofa Bed

    Linen & Towels

    All bed linen is provided.
    One hand towel & one bath towel are provided per guest.

    Outside Area

    Outside, there is a lawned area. One half of the garden has been turned into a nature reserve which guests are welcome to explore.


    The kitchen comes complete with range cooker, dishwasher, fridge freezer, various appliances, washing and drying machines.


    2 Spacious bathrooms, The upstairs bathroom has a shower and bath, the ground floor shower room is disabled friendly and has a walk in shower.


    There is WIFI at the property, however this can be intermittent and isn't suitable for streaming, as Glebe is situated in a rural area some phone networks may not perform as well as others


    This property is heated with underfloor heating and 2 wood burning stoves downstairs, there are radiators upstairs.


    There is off road parking for several vehicles
  • Your Hosts
    Daniel Butler lives near Rhayader in Mid-Wales. Daniel is a writer, falconer and passionate edible mushroom guide and forager. When not musing, chasing hawks across fields or rummaging in damp woods in search of fungi, his other passion is restoring old buildings using vernacular crafts such as green oak framing. Glebe House was bought as a ruin in 2013 and lovingly – and ruinously expensively – restored over the next 18 months.
  • Things To Do

    Things To Do ..

    Check out some recommended places to visit in the locality of Glebe House ..

    Narberth (19 miles)
    This quaint town boasts a range of restaurants and shops.

    Llys Y Fran Lake, Llys Y Fran (17 miles)
    Enjoy the refurbished Visitor Centre, cafe, new cycle hub, mountain biking, pump skills area, walking trails, water and land activities, fishing and adventure playground.

    Folly Farm, Kilgetty (23 miles)
    Visit over 750 animals at Folly Farm, and get up close to furry and feathery farmyard friends in the barn. Choose from 17 different rides in the vintage fairground, or enjoy up to eight adventure play areas. There is 120 acres of fun so there really is something for everyone!

    Heatherton World of Activities, Tenby (20 miles)
    Discover a whole world of amazing indoor and outdoor activities for all ages, from family fun to adrenaline-pumping Pembrokeshire adventures.

    Wild Lakes, Martletwy (21 miles)
    From wake boarding to open water swimming to dining in tipis, check out Wild Lakes - an award winning activity centre - perfect for adrenaline junkies!

    Carew Castle, Carew (18 miles)
    Carew Castle (Welsh: Castell Caeriw) is a castle in the civil parish of Carew in Pembrokeshire, Wales. The famous Carew family, who take their name from this site, still own the castle and lease it to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park for administration.

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