Resting in the pretty little village of Bosherton with the beach and coastal views just a short distance away, is this homely semi-detached Pembrokeshire cottage bursting with character.
Park up outside and amble through the front gate, along the stone garden path and admire the vast lawns taking up the external space.
Feel instantly at home as you stumble upon the open, airy living room showcasing a delightful arrangement of furnishings over a flagstone floor, with a dining table pleasantly positioned in one corner, providing a lovely area to gather in the evenings.
The galley-style kitchen boasts an assortment of brightly coloured tiles, accompanying a range of helpful cooking appliances.
Just off from here is the bathroom, brightly decorated with modern fixtures in a fresh, reviving all-white shade and customary, neutral tiles covering the surface of the walls.
Take a long hot soak after a venturesome day out with the family and enjoy a good nights' sleep in the double bedroom upstairs, benefitting wonderful, picturesque scenes of the abounding countryside.
The ground floor offers a lovely twin room, ideal for the kids staying with you.
Out in the garden is the laundry/utility room offering plenty of space for you to kick off your wellies in winter and amply store your wet suits over the summer.
The delightful village of Bosherston is a wonderful area to base your holiday retreat.
With close proximity to the Lily Pools, you can easily enjoy an afternoon stroll exploring the National Nature Reserve and freshwater lakes carpeted in beautiful lilies.
These lakes lead to the sandy dunes of Broadhaven South beach with plenty of open spaces to be enjoyed by everyone.
Nearby Pembroke offers castles and ancient heritage along with an abundance of gentle strolls, afternoon tea, delightful shops and a good selection of pubs and eateries.
Farther afield is the harbour town of Tenby with stretches of golden shoreline and the ruins of Tenby Castle, on a headland overlooking the sea.
This idyllic retreat in beautiful Welsh country is just what you need for a revitilising break.