A popular cliff top resort near Tenby is on the market with sector specialists Colliers International.

Celtic Haven – currently developed with 30 company owned cottages with a host of fabulous on-site facilities – sits in one of the most picturesque locations in the Pembrokshire Coast National Park.

Colliers International’s specialist Amy Brooksbank said the upmarket site raised the bar for holiday accommodation in the area.

Amy said: “Situated on the clifftops with a grandstand view of Caldey Island, Celtic Haven provides a first rate base for exploring this perennially popular region and has an interesting history.”

Amy added: “In addition to its numerous golden beaches, the wide variety of visitor attractions and towns in the vicinity have helped to turn the county into a year-round tourist destination.

“The area is well served with facilities for surfing, sea fishing, horse riding and golf and it is immensely popular with walkers who can explore the 186 miles of coastal paths.”

Originally a farm forming part of Lord St. David’s estate, parts of Celtic Haven date back to the 12th Century – indeed some of the older cottages are named according to their former role.

Atrato’s Stable was once the stable and loose box of Lord St David’s Grand National winning horse, with Boot Cottage previously home to the jockeys and their equipment.

Goose Cottage is where the geese were kept and fattened for the Lord of the Manor’s table and Cranberry Cottage originally led into the estate’s soft fruit orchard.

One of the oldest properties with metre thick walls and pitch pine beams, St David’s Lodge is named after Lord St. David himself.

Within Celtic Haven is a restaurant, a Spa and Leisure club and a nine-hole golf course.

The fabulous cliff top restaurant and bar, which has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor, is positioned to capitalise on the striking sea views.

Amy Brooksbank commented: “The vendor’s approach has resulted in impressive levels of repeat visits and the business is excellently placed to continue to benefit in the buoyant short-term holiday letting market.

“In addition, we are advised that there is no occupancy restriction at all on all but three of the cottages and the restriction on the three allows stays of up to six weeks; therefore each cottage could be offered as a home or second home to private buyers.”

The property is being brought to the market due to retirement.

Offers are invited for this exciting opportunity to take over the reins of the well-established holiday resort.