- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
Pembroke 2.5 miles. This charming cottage annexe is attached to the owner's home in Pembroke Dock on the beautiful South Wales coast. All on the ground floor and with breathtaking views over the Cleddau Estuary, this Pembroke cottage offers the perfect retreat for a relaxing break. At this cottage near Pembroke, there is a light and airy bedroom, a large bathroom and an open-plan living area with a small kitchen and a sitting area, with large patio doors to enjoy the sea view. Sit outside at the secluded side of the cottage or enjoy the shared lawned area at the rear to feel even closer to this magnificent view. Whatever the time of year there is always activity on the water and you will spend many hours watching the passing sail boats, water skiers and even the ferry to Ireland. Perfectly located to explore the whole of Pembrokeshire, this lovely cottage is a superb base for discovering spectacular sandy beaches, including Barafundle Bay, walk part of the Welsh coastal path, explore an array of historic castles, visit seaside resorts, theme parks or takes a trip to the smallest city in the UK where St. Davids cathedral is a magnificent sight. All year round, this Pembroke holiday cottage will be the perfect base for you to have a wonderful holiday.
All ground floor. One twin bedroom. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
Gas central heating. Two-ring electric hob, combination microwave/oven, fridge, TV with Freeview, CD/radio, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent, please bring own beach towels. Unrestricted roadside parking. Small decked balcony plus shared lawn with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop, pub and restaurant 5 mins walk. Note: Although it is all ground floor, this cottage is reached via 3 steps.
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About the location
Tenby 10 miles; Haverfordwest 11 miles.
A medieval walled town, Pembroke is home to a magnificent castle, which was the birthplace of Henry Tudor. In an idyllic location, on the river estuary, this historic town has an abundance of shops, quaint tea rooms and restaurants. The stunning Pembrokeshire coastline is nearby, with its award-winning beaches and great coastal walks along the coastal path. There is a popular cycle path starting here too. St Govan’s Chapel is built into the cliff face, where you can take in lovely views from Stack Rocks, or surfers can head to Freshwater West, which featured in one of the Harry Potter films. Within easy reach are Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, where you can feed molly lambs or enjoy a tractor ride, Manor House Wildlife Park, Dinosaur Experience and Heatherton World of Adventures. Pembroke is the ideal base for a family holiday, walking break or just the chance to unwind in beautiful surroundings.