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The Little Chapel was a former artesan glass-makers before being converted to a cosy family home. The Chapel is located in a small hamlet, close to the historic city of St Davids with its restaurants, deli, clothing shops and magnificent cathedral.

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Rooms: Sleeps 6 in 2 rooms: 1 double, 1 double and 2 twins

645.00 to: £1370.00 (based on two staying)

Meals: None provided but a short walk to St Davids where many lovely restaurants can be found.
Open: All year including Christmas.
Address: , St Davids, Pembrokeshire,
Tel: 0844 5005 101 (local call rate)

Why we've chosen The Little Chapel:

The Little Chapel is the oldest chapel in Pembrokeshire, founded in 1784, sitting just north along the coast from St Davids. It is a simple, handsome vernacular building that operated for years as an artesan glass-makers before being turned into a cosy family home. The Chapel is located in a small hamlet, close to the historic city of St Davids with its restaurants, deli, clothing shops and magnificent cathedral. Just a mile to St Davids or two to Whitesands bay - among the finest beaches in Britain. In summer months a small shutle minibus passes through the village that you can pick up to make the coastal walks easier - choosing, for example, to walk one way and the then minibus home.

The new owners have sypathetically used traditional and natural materials in their renovation, returning character to the building that had lost its historic interior decades ago.   The views to the front and rear of the property have a coastal feel with amazing sunsets and views towards the sea and open countryside.  Located convieniently to many of the outstanding beaches that Pembrokeshire enjoys, this cottage is a joy with its beautiful surroundings, coastal walks, coasteering and activities, all within a short drive or walk.

Central heating throughout and wi-fi

Open plan kitchen /Dinig/Living area

Free standing wood kitchen with Smeg fridge/freezer, cream electric double Aga style oven with induction hob, Smeg dishwasher, microwave. Double porcelain sink and drainer with views to the garden from shuttered sash window.

Dinnig Area:
Table and chairs (for six)

Living Rooms: 
Open plan living room with double aspect sash windows and doors to rear deck. L shaped sofa, deep snuggle chair with log burner, large plasma TV & freeview box, DVD, and stereo

Bedroom one: Master bedroom with glass and oak mezzanine with king size bed and ensuite bathroom with underfloor heating.
Bedroom two:  With double bed and 2 twins. The double and twins are separated by a pull across curtain. Separate shower room.

En-suite bathroom to bedroom 1 with bath and hand-held shower over bath.  Large feature trough style sink and underfloor heated tiled floor.  Separate shower room with quadrant shower enclosure and free standing sink with deep shelf and underfloor heating

Lawned garden to the front and and decked area to the back of the chapel, with outdoor table, chairs and loungers,  There is a barbecue.

Top Eco Features at The Little Chapel:

  • Former chapel converted to a home

  • Only natural paints used

  • Locally sourced materials (eg new Welsh slates etc)



The Little Chapel, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Nearest train station: Haverfordwest
via Train vis Swansea to Haverfordwest

Directions from station:
You can take the 411 bus from Haverfordwest to St David's.

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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