Wisemans Bridge 0.6 miles.
This lovely cottage with panoramic sea and countryside views adjoins the owner’s home, close to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path surrounded by National Trust's Colby Estate and just a short distance from the popular beach and village at Wisemans Bridge.
A perfect base for friends and family who are looking for fantastic walks from the door, yet being close to a great selection of days out from sandy beaches, traditional seaside resorts and a variety of fun family days out.
Set over two floors, there are three comfortable bedrooms with a family bathroom, accessed via a fully enclosed spiral staircase with child gates located top and bottom.
There is a well-equipped, farmhouse style kitchen with dining area and a spacious sitting room with cosy multi-fuel stove, and fantastic views across to the sea, can be seen from the picture windows and full-width patio doors.
Outside, you can sit on the decked area, enjoy a BBQ on the side patio and simply take in the stunning views across the valley to the seascape beyond, or perhaps the children can use up the last of their energy on the lawned garden.
You are perfectly situated on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which opens up a myriad of walks and days out, including lazy days spent on delightful sandy beaches such as Saundersfoot, a resort well known locally for gastronomic delights.
Alternatively, perhaps head a little further to the seaside harbour town of Tenby, with is candy coloured houses and a great place to try out some watersports or catch a wildlife watching boat trip.
The area offers great opportunities for outdoor activities, as well as the watersports and boat trips and fantastic walking and cycle trails, or why not enjoy a round of golf, go pony trekking or visit the little town of Laugharne, with its impressive castle and literary renowned boathouse of Dylan Thomas?
Alternatively, take advantage of the five themed parks in the area from Folly Farm, a 10 minute drive to Heatherton World of Adventures, Oakwood or the all-weather fun and swimming at Blue Lagoon, within a 20 minute drive and providing fun for all the family.
You have so much to do on your doorstep, but for those looking for a day trip a little further afield, why not head south to the National Trust's coastal property at Stackpole, which is close to the Bosherston Lily Ponds and is stunning in June?
A little further on, visit the beautiful coastline of St Brides Bay, peppered with fabulous coves, sandy beaches and harbour side villages.
A lovely relaxing place to retreat to, perfectly situated to explore the picturesque National Park landscape and the stunning sandy beaches of Pembrokeshire, ideal for friends and family looking to be able to walk the fantastic countryside from the door, enjoy exciting family days out or simply to just sit and relax on the decking and enjoy the fabulous view.