- Swimming pool
- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Tenby 4 miles.
This wonderful, end-terrace cottage is set on the Ivy Tower Village, on the outskirts of the award-winning, picturesque floral village of St Florence, near Tenby, in South Wales.
Delightfully furnished with a comfortable, modern style, this St Florence cottage is perfect for groups of friends and families wishing to explore this beautiful part of Wales.
This St Florence cottage offers three delightful bedrooms, including a bright and airy double room, a pretty twin room and a single room.
There is also a ground floor bathroom, perfect for enjoying a relaxing soak after a day on your feet.
Prepare delicious meals in the well-equipped kitchen, while the spacious sitting room, boasting a warming electric fire, provides the perfect spot to gather for a family game night or to chill out with a film.
The conservatory offers a delightful dining area where you can all sit and enjoy delicious home-cooked meals, as you reminisce the day’s adventures and plan tomorrow’s activities!
Outside, a private lawned garden makes for a wonderful spot to sit and soak up the summer sunshine with some alfresco dining.
With large, shared, lawned areas, the children can run around safely, while you relax at the picnic tables and start up the barbecue.
Enjoy a game of tennis or a round of crazy golf and kids will love tearing around the children’s play area.
Stay active in the gym before retiring to the sauna or make a splash in the indoor, heated swimming pool.
Within a short drive of this charming St Florence holiday cottage, you can discover the bustling seaside resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot.
Marvel at the spectacular scenery along the famous coastal path, release your wild side at one of the many theme parks in the area or discover the many historic castles.
Take a boat trip to the idyllic Caldey Island and St.
Margaret Island, a wonderful spectacle for wildlife enthusiasts, being a seal and bird sanctuary.
With a superb array of activities right on the doorstep, this St.
Florence Cottage is an ideal base for a holiday exploring Wales!
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with electric fire. Conservatory with dining area.
- Electric panel heaters with electric fire
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent, please bring own beach/pool towels
- Travel cot, highchair and stairgate
- Off road parking for 2 cars
- Front private lawned garden with furniture and shared lawned grounds with BBQs, crazy golf, tennis courts and childrens’ play area
- Shared use of indoor heated swimming pool, gym and sauna
- One well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 5 mins walk
- Café 2 mins walk
- Note: Dogs to be kept on a lead outdoors
- Note: Parking is in private car park 20 yards from property
- Loading/unloading outside cottage
- Note: Small charge for use of sauna, open 8am – 8pm in summer and 8am – 6pm in winter
- Note: Use of facilities at own risk
- Last minute
- “Fantastic for children, lovely area, lots to do.”
- “We have just had a lovely week away staying in The Smithy. On arrival the house was warm and welcoming, with not only tea, coffee and milk in the fridge, but also an Easter Egg and a nice bottle of wine on the side! The Smithy is cosy but clean, comfortable and very well equipped - iron, DVDs, games, tennis rackets etc. The highlight for the children was the pool which is warm and well maintained. The children's outdoor play equipment looks fairly new and, together with plenty of space to run around, amused them well when the weather was kind enough for them to play out. The grounds of the holiday village were well maintained. There are many things to do in the local area, and after a week we felt we had only scratched the surface of what was on offer. The coastline is beautiful and Folly Farm well worth a visit (although be aware that the fair ground rides are extra); the Heatherton World of Adventure also went down well. Food at the local Parsonnage Inn was delicious, but best to book as we were lucky to get a table. This week has definitely gone down as one of our most successful holidays; the children are begging to visit again!”
- “The holiday village is well laid out and attractive. The house and swimming pool were very clean. It was one of the most well-stocked properties we have stayed in, and we have no complaints. We would heartily recommend the property and the area to our friends.”
- “The cottage has a feeling of luxury and the small details really helped to make it feel special.”
- “The house was very clean, comfortable and well equipped. The swimming pool on the site was really nice and very welcome as we had the hottest week of the year. We had a really enjoyable holiday.”
About the location
Tenby 4 miles; Saundersfoot 5 miles; Haverfordwest 17 miles.
A picturesque little village close to Tenby, St. Florence is an awarding-winning village in the heart of Pembrokeshire and plays host to a village shop and two pubs serving good food. There is a garden centre with a cafe and wonderful countryside walks. Just outside the village you will find the Manor House Wildlife Park, as seen on TV as the Welsh Zoo and owned and run by Anna Ryder Richardson. Across the road from the zoo is Heatherton Park with its 18 hole golf course. Try some karting and lets the kids run around in the childrens’ play area or even "walk on water" in the parks giant zorb balls! With the superb Pembrokeshire coastline less than five miles away, St. Florence is the perfect base for exploring the seaside resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot. Stroll along the quiet, unspoilt beaches of Broad Haven and Barafundle, the pretty beach of Manorbier is less than three miles away. Walk around the beautiful Bosherston lily ponds or discover the incredible St. Govan’s chapel, built into the side of a limestone cliff. Explore the many historic castles peppered across Pembrokeshire or spend lazy afternoons strolling through countryside lanes, lined with flower filled hedgerows, to the sound of wild birds twittering overheard. A superb base for exploring West Wales, all year round.