Spittal 1.5 miles.
This former farm building has been converted into a light, airy and cosy cottage, situated adjacent to the owner’s smallholding, close to the tiny hamlet of Ambleston and the welcoming village of Spittal with its popular village pub.
Centrally located to explore a swathe of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in all directions, this cottage is ideal for friends and family who are looking for somewhere cosy to retreat to, with plenty of outdoor space for everyone, including use of the owner’s paddock for exercising the dogs.
This all ground floor accommodation offers two cosy bedrooms with a family wet room, a lovely cottage-style kitchen with dining area and a comfortable sitting room with woodburner, perfect for relaxing of an evening after long countryside walks with the dogs.
Outside, you can sit in the spacious patio garden and enjoy a barbecue supper with views out across the farmland, and maybe one of the friendly dairy cows may pop their head over the hedge to say hello.
You are ideally located to make the most of the whole of Pembrokeshire, its fabulous National Park and coastal path that takes you through the most breathtaking of scenery.
Being so central you are never more than half an hour’s drive from southern gems such as Saundersfoot, St Brides Bay to the west and Newport to the north.
Spend your days enjoying the beautiful sandy beaches, fabulous little coves, quaint fishing villages or enjoy a day in the Preselli Hills, home of the mystical Stonehenge Blue Stones.
Slightly further afield, for a little more adrenaline, you have a variety of themed and wildlife parks such as Oakwood, Manor House Wildlife Park or Bluestone National Park Resort for all-weather swimming, perfect to keep everyone in the family happy.
A lovely countryside retreat, perfect for small groups and families, close to a popular little village and ideally central to explore the whole of the Pembrokeshire Coast with a lovely garden to relax in of a sunny evening.
About the location
Haverfordwest 6 miles; Fishguard 11 miles.
Spittal, halfway between Haverfordwest and Fishguard, just off the A40 is a quiet village, which boasts a friendly village pub, The Pump on the Green, where you can have a chat with the locals and enjoy a drink and good food of restaurant quality. There are footpath and bridleway walks directly from the village, a village green with a play area for younger ones and a football pitch to expend some excess energy and a chance to meet with the villagers. Explore this superb county of Pembrokeshire with short drives to the stunning coast with its famous coast path, Britain's only coastal National Park, wide sandy beaches, seaside resorts, boat trips and St Davids, the smallest city in the UK, with its magnificent cathedral beckoning you in. Visit theme parks, adventure centres, castles, mills and market towns and so much more.