Camrose Mill Holiday Property in Camrose
Camrose Mill, a grade 2 listed, 16th Century mill which has been lovingly restored with the original sack hoist, water wheel and its machinery retained.
The Mill is comfy yet simply furnished with family room on the ground floor, stairs lead up to the open plan living space with exposed beams and wooden shutters while the wood burner ensures a cosy retreat. Camrose stream, leat, waterfall and ancient motte, which are crisscrossed by pathways and footbridges, surround Camrose Mill, which is located within a Special Site of Scientific Interest and Environmentally Sensitive Area.
The area is a wildlife haven with otters and birdlife, the perfect place for wildlife enthusiasts, this really is a unique holiday home for those looking to escape and appreciate nature, yet it is within easy reach of some glorious beaches or the bustling town of Haverfordwest with all its facilities.
Property is not suitable for those with walking difficulties.
Extensive unfenced streams and footbridges around the mill so care is required.
No baby equipment provided you are welcome to bring your own.
Work being carried during the Winter of 2018 - website pictures will be updated when ready.
Ground Floor: Hall, step up to family room/double/single bed, shower room/whb/wc.
First Floor: Open plan sitting/dining/kitchenette. Galleried crog loft/accessed by fixed wooden ladder/2 single beds.
Facilities: Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washer/drier, NO TV RECEPTION - TV supplied for playing DVDs and videos only, music system, WiFi, garden benches.
Heating: Electric heating, woodburner.
Parking: 2 cars.
General: Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washer/dryer, NO TV RECEPTION - TV supplied for playing DVDs and videos only, music system, WiFi, garden benches.
Pets: 1 small well behaved - please keep on lead due to wildlife.
We thought the mill was charming and very sensitvely restored. We enjoyed the walk and luckily did that soon on arrival as the weather was wet and windy for the rest of the week. Managed a couple of days at the beach -body boarding at Nolton Haven and at Whitesands (St Davids) I particularly enjoyed the view at breakfast - four windows with nothing but greenery visable making it feel as if deep in the woods. We thought the Mill was very well equipped and welcoming.