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St Brides Castle

Pembrokeshire, Wales
St Brides Castle Things To Do

The estate's long sweeping drive is flanked by pastures, which – on the seaward side – run down to a small haven.

There are spectacular views from the east side of the house, out across St. Brides Bay and the Irish Sea. At the northeast corner of the grounds, at the edge of St. Brides Haven, stands the tiny church of St. Bridgets.

The castle itself offers 22 self-contained apartments of varying sizes, plus reception rooms, a billiards room, library and family room (which are available for use by all guests). It also contains a splendid indoor swimming pool. The attractive furnishings are of a high standard: each property has a DVD player and a combined radio and teletext television (the site also has a free DVD library).


St Brides' cottages are perfect for providing that degree of privacy, located slightly away from the main, stunning castle. Most are two storey properties and, depending on their size, can sleep between two and eight guests - with larger properties featuring an open-plan living area perfect for larger group get-togethers.



Many of the St Brides apartments are located within the stunning castle itself: from one-bedroom apartments with views over the woodland to two-bedroom apartments with unbeatable views out over the bay and across the Irish sea. There are a further three apartments in the surrounding buildings as well, one of which is three-bedroom. All these properties maintain their traditional feel, while well-designed furnishings demonstrate the care with which each room has been elegantly designed for your comfort.



The four two-guest studio apartments at St Brides couldn't be better suited for a romantic get-away. All, like many of the larger apartments, have been beautifully converted from rooms within the baronial castle and are neat, simple and practical, some with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. Perfect for a romantic, castle escape.


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St Brides Castle is part of the Holiday Property Bond's growing portfolio of outstanding holiday properties throughout the UK and Europe, imaginatively created over 32 years to combine "home from home" comfort with total relaxation. Currently the portfolio features 35 holiday developments, all in stunningly beautiful locations across 13 countries, with over 1,400 individual villas, apartments and cottages.

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