A delightful semi-detached cottage, attached to the owner's home, beautifully perched at the edge of the tidal estuary in Cresswell Quay, Pembrokeshire.
Lovingly presented by the owners and successfully combining the old with the new, this Cresswell Quay holiday cottage is an ideal base for a couple or small family to enjoy a relaxing, waterside break in Pembrokeshire.
The original quarry tile flooring and other character features in your Cresswell Quay cottage blend beautifully with modern fittings and equipment, to provide a comfortable holiday home.
The open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area is a most welcoming room, being light and cool in summer months and wonderfully warm on cooler days with its cosy woodburner.
The two bedrooms in your Pembrokeshire cottage offer comfortable sleeping, with the double room offering estuary views that will encourage breakfast in bed on most days!
With a private and sheltered garden area overlooking the water, your Pembrokeshire holiday home provides the perfect spot to relax with a morning coffee.
Watch the boats moor at the quay for a quick pint in the local inn, The Cresselly Arms, which is just a stroll from your holiday cottage.
One of the oldest pubs in Wales with unique character, this is a fantastic place to enjoy an afternoon drink.
If you can tear yourself away, the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire has much to offer; enjoy walks from the doorstep, splendid sandy beaches, a day out at the bustling seaside resort of Tenby or a visit to one of the area's theme parks or zoos, or even a round of golf.
At the end of a busy day, return to your picturesque Cresswell Quay cottage and unwind in this real hidden treasure.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
About the location
Pembroke 7 miles; Tenby 8 miles; Narberth 10 miles.
One of the most picturesque villages in Pembrokeshire, Cresswell Quay is best described as a delightful hamlet of scattered cottages at the edge of the tidal estuary. The central focal point is, of course, the old quay where boats can still moor, for the time the tide allows, and you may wish to pop into the Cresselly Arms for light refreshments. The Cresselly Arms is one of the oldest pubs in Wales and fully retains its original character and quirkiness, drawing people from far and wide including a few celebrities who have enjoyed a pint in complete relaxation, away from the hustle and bustle of larger towns. Regular seasonal fun is had with pig roasts, barbecues, duck races and the local meeting of the hounds or why not enjoy the stepping stones revealed at low tide, which are great fun for all the family to try and cross without getting wet? Wonderful woodland or coastal walks can be enjoyed from the village, while Lawrenny, Carew Castle and Carew Mill are all just a short drive away. Within easy reach of sandy beaches, boat trips for bird watching, an array of castles, theme parks and zoos, Cresswell Quay is a perfect, picturesque base from which to discover this lovely area of Pembrokeshire.