Wolfscastle 2 miles.
Situated on a working livestock farm, surrounded by countryside, just two miles from the village of Wolfscastle and nine miles from the town of Haverfordwest, is this wonderful holiday cottage.
Attached to the owners' farmhouse, in a lovely part of Pembrokeshire, this single-storey Wolfscastle cottage has been renovated with quality furnishings and decor to provide a superb base for couples and families, whilst utilising renewable energy through the use of solar panels to generate its own electricity, and Biomass for the heating and hot water.
This Wolfscastle cottage boasts solid oak floors, a Rayburn in the open plan living area, two welcoming bedrooms, and a shower room that can be accessed from the hallway and double bedroom.
On a sunny evening at this Wolfscastle cottage, enjoy delicious meals on the private, secluded patio, before admiring the countryside views from the raised lawned garden with well-established shrubs.
From this charming Wolfscastle cottage you can enjoy a two mile circular walk, plus explore the area to discover beautiful sandy beaches, coastal walks, theme parks, castles and much more.
An excellent Wolfscastle cottage, which is bound to please at whatever time of year you decide to stay.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with TV, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC accessed via double bedroom and hallway. Open-plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Haverfordwest 8 miles.
Wolfscastle is a pretty village in Pembrokeshire, with a pub and restaurant both serving excellent food, a shop, and a pottery where you can watch the potter at work and purchase some great Welsh gifts. There is a wonderful mill close by at the foot of the Great Treffgarne Rocks, with a scenic woodland walk, a cafe and shops selling locally produced gifts and foods. Haverfordwest, the County town, offers a great shopping day out plus the chance to explore the castle, museum and river walks during the day, or the bustling night life later on. Pembrokeshire has it all - sandy beaches for relaxing on in summer and brisk walks in all other seasons, boat trips to the â€˜bird' islands, whitewater rafting, the thrills of Oakwood Theme Park and an array of castles, the unique St Govans' Chapel built in the cliffs and even a cathedral in the smallest city in Wales. All year round, this is the perfect place for the perfect holiday.