Escape! Relax! Unwind! Explore! At A Magical LocationPosted on: 02 April 2009 by Gareth Hargreaves
Celtic Haven is part of a new generation of luxury self-catering holiday cottages, but located in an area steeped in history.
With parts dating back 800 years, the 5-star resort occupies the land which was the estate of Lord St. David and is like a jewel in the beautiful crown of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Pembrokeshire is a very special and unspoilt treasure. It has the only coastal national park in the UK and is renowned for its scenic walks, beaches and inland countryside. Situated on the coastal path and located less than a mile from the sea, Celtic Haven over-looks the monastic island of Caldey and the Atlantic Coast and is in close proximity (30 minutes) to over a dozen sandy beaches and many historic sites.
Staying at Celtic Haven for a few days or a week you are surrounded by the natural beauty of the Pembrokeshire coastline. You can take day trips to many cultural, historical places of interest driving through picturesque villages along the way, visit over 30 beaches, participate in the area’s local activities and enjoy local cuisine and coastal pubs all within an hour’s drive. Or while away the hours at the resort relaxing and being pampered.
Celtic Haven’s Elemis Premier Spa is the only Elemis Premier Spa in West Wales and offers over 80 blissful treatments and holistic therapies. A variety of relaxing and innovative treatments is also available from Thalgo, Jessica, Coco Bay, St. Tropez and Couleur Caramel, making The Spa at Celtic Haven a true haven of tranquillity.
Use of the Leisure Centre facilities is included with the cost of your stay - 2 all weather tennis courts, nine-hole headland golf course, indoor golf simulator, indoor heated swimming pool, bubble room hot-tub, sauna and fitness suite.
The stylish Waves bar & restaurant has a lovely view and offers a wide range of meals ranging from light snacks to substantial lunches and elegant dinners.
Guests seeking a traditional cottage experience may stay in one of the sixteen 12th century buildings in the older part of Celtic Haven. From The Parlour, a cosy romantic cottage for two, to the Manor House, sleeping twelve guests in six bedrooms, each cottage has been tastefully converted and retains its original beamed ceilings, exposed A- frames and studded floors.
Alternatively, for those looking for a more modern approach, Celtic Haven includes a newer raised courtyard of ten properties with breathtaking views over Lydstep Bay and Caldey Island.
All the properties are equipped to a 5 star standard with CD Stereo, TV Video/DVD, full central heating, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine.
Guests return to Celtic Haven time and time again for many reasons, not least of which is for the people – all the staff live locally and the reservation team are the same people who you will meet at the Welcome Centre upon your arrival. They are familiar with each of the properties and are well-versed in local knowledge, so whether it’s a recommendation on where to go for dinner, what castle to see, the best local town for shopping, how to book a fishing trip or how to get to Dylan Thomas’ Laugharne, someone will be on hand to offer friendly advice and personalized service.
The Celtic Haven website has information on all the cottages and also other properties in The Celtic Haven collection - Admiral’s Mews, The Hunting Lodge and GreenCroft. To check availability or request a brochure, call 01834 870000 or email email@example.com.
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