Welcome to KeensCottage, our self-catering holiday home at Timber Hill, which is situated near Broad Haven in Pembrokeshire and stands within the boundaries of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. KeensCottage is at Number 9 Timber Hill and is one of a small development of self catering accommodation, detached cedar-wood cottages on the southern slopes of a peaceful Pembrokeshire valley, offering spectacular views over the surrounding Pembrokeshire countryside. Situated within 130 acres of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the grounds have achieved the David Bellamy Environmental Gold award. Surrounded by wildlife, the KeensCottage at Timber Hill is only 20 minutes walk, through woodland rich in bird life and wild flowers, from Broad Haven’s long and sandy beach and is in an ideal position for exploring Pembrokeshire. This self catering accommodation cottage at Timber Hill is built of solid, 2-inch thick, Canadian red cedar, which provides approximately the same level of insulation as cavity walls. Number 9 Timber Hill (KeensCottage) is larger in area than most of the other self catering accommodation cottages at Timber Hill, giving it a particularly roomy living/dining area. There is furniture and equipment for six people including colour TV and microwave, in fact everything for a great self catering holiday at Timber Hill in Pembrokeshire. KeensCottage’s self catering accommodation at Timber Hill in Pembrokeshire comprises one bedroom with a double bed, two bedrooms which are fitted with full size bunk beds (one also containing a folding cot), a bathroom and a kitchen. The lounge/dining room has a large 16ft window, which provides a magnificent view of the Pembrokeshire countryside. Outside there is a veranda, which runs the full length of the cottage, ideal for enjoying a glass of wine as you relax and watch the sun set over the golden Pembrokeshire countryside. The field in front of the KeensCottage self catering accommodation at Timber Hill, which can be seen from the cottage, provides a safe place for children to play with beautiful views over the local Pembrokeshire countryside. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is the only coastal National Park in Britain. The Pembrokeshire Park is a land of enchantment at the western edge of Wales, internationally recognised as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. For the walker, the Pembrokeshire coastal path is close at hand and for the birdwatcher, the nearby islands of Skomer and Skokholm are sanctuaries for breeding sea birds such as guillemots, razorbills, puffins and kittiwakes as well as colonies of seals. The nearest beach is at Broad Haven, a 20-minute stroll from KeensCottage at Timber Hill through some of Pembrokeshire’s beautiful woodland, rich in bird life and wild flowers. For the less energetic, Broad Haven can be reached in less than 5 minutes by car. Here you can visit the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Information centre with general information on the area, as well as a selection of maps and books; in addition it offers a programme of field excursions and lectures. Other beaches close to KeensCottage at Timber Hill and within this area of Pembrokeshire are Nolton, Druidstone, Little Haven, Newgale and Marloes Sands. The old county town of Pembrokeshire, Haverfordwest, is ten minutes drive away from KeensCottage at Timber Hill with a selection of small shops, high street stores and a market hall. A little further afield is St. Davids, the oldest city in Pembrokeshire, with its world famous 6th century Cathedral and Bishop's Palace and, slightly more recent, marine aquarium, the largest in Pembrokeshire. It is only 30 minutes drive from KeensCottage at Timber Hill. Apart from 'seaside' attractions, there are fifteen castles in Pembrokeshire, about half of these being open to the public. Rural crafts are in abundance with woollen mills, pottery, woodcraft, slate, stone and iron works, all demonstrating the very wide range of Pembrokeshire country crafts. These are in addition to several cheese makers producing wonderful Pembrokeshire cheese. There are also several farm parks in the area, most with indoor and outdoor facilities. A wide variety of locally produced food, including organic, is readily available; the Pembrokeshire cheeses are especially good. Haverfordwest hosts not only one of the best farmer’s markets in Pembrokeshire but in the country. There is something for everyone and all ages in Pembrokeshire. redirect