Crabbing and Film Making in Pembrokeshire
This little harbor village on the St David’s Peninsular is full of pastel coloured fishermen’s cottages, pubs, tea rooms and quirky shops.
“It commands a premium and is popular with those from London and the South East retiring to Pembrokeshire”; says Carol Peett of West Wales Property Finders. “It attracts second-home buyers too. Surfers head to the nearby beaches, children can go crabbing on the slipway and wildlife lovers can spot dolphins in the bay from the clifftop paths”.
Average house price: £288,750 Premium 51 per cent
Angle sits on the southern side of the Milford Haven Waterway, a creek that is perfect for sailing and fishing. There is a surfing beach at nearby Freshwater West, which was used as a film location for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and Russell Crowe’s Robin Hood.
Peett recommends the Wavecrest Café and the Old Point House pub, which has been going for 500 years. At Freshwater West is the award winning Café Mor that is famed for its lobster rolls.
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https://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/uk/telegraphs-definitive-guide-britains-best-villages/ – The Daily Telegraph – Saturday, 13th October 2018
If you are thinking of moving to Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion or Gower, or buying a holiday home here, give Carol Peett at West Wales Property Finders a call on 01834 862816. We can find your perfect property for you whilst saving you time, stress and often money. http://www.westwalespropertyfinders.co.uk