Rivendell is in a peaceful road, only 200 yards from Main Street in Solva and the harbour. Solva is a small, beautiful coastal village in Pembrokeshire, nestled between the sweeping hills of the coastal footpath. The village lies three miles from St Davids and has galleries, a pottery, gift shops and a good selection of cafes and eating places.

There’s a wide choice of activities in the surrounding area, from surfing at Newgale and Whitesands to visiting the Bug Farm on the edge of St Davids, or you can go orienteering with Twr y Felin. There are great restaurants at places like Porthgain and Little Haven, and a choice of local pubs within a few miles.

Rivendell itself is set in a large, stunningly beautiful, mature private garden, bordered by the River Solva. We feed the woodland birds and you’ll see blue tits, great tits, robins and chaffinches regularly, with an occasional glimpse of a great spotted woodpecker.

This is an upside down house, which sleeps five people in two double bedrooms (one with an en suite) and one single bedroom. There’s a separate family bathroom and a downstairs sitting room that overlooks the garden on two sides. Here, you’ll also find the utility room with a washing machine and recycling area.

Upstairs is a large sitting room, dining room, kitchen and cloakroom. The kitchen has a dishwasher, microwave, filter coffee machine, and plenty of equipment, cutlery and crockery.

There’s WiFi and TVs with integral DVDs, along with off-road private parking directly outside the house, which is particularly useful during mid-summer when the village is busy.

The bedrooms are downstairs and are accessed via an interior staircase that may not suit people with mobility issues. Access to the garden is via an outside staircase and also via two external doors in the lower floor. Gayle, who cares for the house, leaves everything immaculately clean for visitors.

You can also enquire by calling 01437 721907 or emailing me on: heather@heatherbennett.co.uk