Waters Edge is a semi-detached cottage situated right next to the sea on the edge of Dale 13 miles from the market town of Haverfordwest, in the county town of Pembrokeshire.
The property is in a desirable location, with sea views from the front of the cottage and extensive countryside views from the rear of the cottage, there really is something for everybody here.Inside, the property has been decorated to a high-quality standard, with spacious rooms and modern furnishings and fittings for your ultimate comfort.
It opens up to an open-plan living room with two comfortable sofas, as well as a lovely woodburning stove.
There is a dining room with seating for up to six people.
The kitchen has attractive grey tiling, mixed with electric blue cabinets, giving this room a wonderfully quirky feel.
It has plenty of appliances available, including some nice extras like the coffee maker for that early morning caffeine fix.
There is a small snug room with a selection of books and games.
There are three spacious bedrooms, a double with a great sea view and a twin on the ground floor.
On the top floor the master bedroom with an en-suite shower room.
All bedrooms have a variety of cupboards and draws available to store your personal items, as well as bedside lamps for any night time reading.
The master bedroom upstairs also has a balcony area with magnificent views across the countryside, as well as a couple of sun loungers, perfect for relaxing during the summer months.
Off-road parking is available for several cars.
Outside, there is a lawned garden, with a patio area and furniture for up to six people.
Dale is a popular seaside village with lots to do.
It has two beaches.
The sheltered village beach and the sandy West Dale.
But if beaches are your thing it is also close to Marloes regularly voted one of the best beaches in the country and the secluded Watwick bay.
There are plenty of places to visit around Dale for all the family.
Why not go and see the Puffins on Skomer the ferry leaves from St Brides just a five minute drive from Water's Edge.
Waters Edge is situated within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which was established as a National Park in 1952 and is one of the only parks in the United Kingdom to have been designed primarily because of its spectacular coastline.
Waters Edge is an excellent, modernised cottage in the heart of the Welsh countryside.
About the location
Marloes 1 mile; St Ishmaels 3 miles; Milford Haven 9 miles; Haverfordwest 12 miles.
The village of Dale is situated in a sheltered bay, on the Marloes Peninsula, within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Situated on the Pembrokeshire coastal path and designated a SSSI, Dale also attracts birdwatchers and ramblers. Both West Dale beach ad the Gann are within walking distance from the village. During the 18th century, the village produced ale which was then exported to Liverpool and then from the 18th to the early part of the 20th century, Dale was used to transfer limestone and coal. Today, Dale is known for its watersports and has a pub serving food, a shop, a café, a restaurant and a fort. Dale is a favourite with windsurfers and yachtsmen due to its sheltered harbour within the Milford Haven waterway. There is a busy watersports hire centre with the Boathouse cafe attached and the pontoon for tying up small craft or trying out crabbing skills. The yacht club is open to all and has both a cafe and the Moorings restaurant. The pub, The Griffin Inn, has won awards for its seafood, all caught locally. Just one mile away is the village of Marloes which has a pub, The Lobster Pot, a small café and a shop. The spectacular beaches and rocky coves around Marloes are well-known for many historic shipwrecks, caused by the treacherous seas surrounding Skokholm Island, just off the coast. Marloes Sands, a National Trust beach with spectacular geology is certainly worth a visit, as is Skomer Island, where you can take a boat trip to view its 6,000 pairs of puffins and 120,000 pairs of Manx Shearwaters. Within reach is the small town of Milford Haven with a picturesque marina, unique shops, galleries, tea rooms and restaurants, along with the award-winning Torch Theatre. Also close by is Haverfordwest, the county town of Pembrokeshire with quaint little gift shops, pubs, restaurants, tea rooms and a vibrant night life. Haverfordwest sits at the mouth of the River Cleddau and with its castle, museum and large leisure complex it is a great day out for all the family. Dale is an ideal base for exploring this part of South Wales.