We were really impressed with this apartment, it was beautifully decorated and felt like a home from home. The walk to the beach was surprisingly quick and meant that we could just stroll down in the evening after a day out. The Cross Inn (across the road from the apartment) served lovely food and the staff were really friendly. we would love to come back next year!
Stayed here on previous occasions. Never disappoints. As a family we love being here (children are 12/15) Plenty to do out and about. Recommend St Govans and the lily ponds at Bosherton. Apartment is stylish and very comfortable. A central, quiet location that is a perfect retreat. Can't speak highly enough or this true little gem.
We have just spent a week in this apartment and had a lovely week. The apartment is in a lovely quiet village and the views from the apartment are beautiful. Cleanliness was ok but there were cobwebs in quite a few places. Also fridge door would not close properly because freezer needed defrosting and all our food in the fridge got soaking wet with the ice from the freezer melting because the door wouldn't shut - very annoying. Also fridge door and hob were abut rusty. Double bed was very comfy and slept really well all week. Overall though we did enjoy our week here.
Lovely apartment, with a decent amount of space and fantastic views out to Caldy, Tenby, Devon, etc. Brilliant location - 2min from train station (2-hourly service), 10min walk from the beach then an hour's slow amble along the beach to Tenby, bus service (didn't try), main road to Pembroke etc, small village shop, and hotel across the road for cooked breakfast! Well equipped, including dishwasher, games and jigsaws. Very quiet, comfy beds, and cleanliness was OK. Niggles were that the freezer compartment was unusable (someone's old food stuck in mass of ice), there's no indoor clothes airer (it does rain in Wales!), one of the panaoramic window panes needs replacing (condensation between the glazing), and parking would be tight when other flats are occupied.
The other thing is I think that some thought needs to be given to reassuring and protecting customers - it's hard to tell the company apart from a fraudulent one. Payment can't be made through the TripAdvisor system with its protections, nor by credit card (with its protection), and the PayPal 'Buyer Protection' probably doesn't apply (and costs an extra 3.4%). That said, we took the gamble, paid by cheque, and all was fine :)