This pristine, semi-detached cottage rests in the quiet, rural village of Clarbeston Road, near Haverfordwest, ideal for those looking to escape everyday life and find themselves in a delightful region of Wales.
Step into the luxury of the open-plan living area, spaciously designed to ease you into a quality break away from home.
Just off from the hallway is a ground floor cloakroom for your convenience.
The cottage boasts two lovely bedrooms; a double and a twin room, ideal for a small family of four or friends looking to get together for a reviving walking holiday.
Nearby is the Llys-y-fran Reservoir, perfect for cyclists, anglers and walkers, or simply just a spot for a delicious picnic on a hazy afternoon.
Cosy together on wintry nights and watch a film on the TV, or on a warm summers' day, throw open the French doors and enjoy the crisp country air, the sitting area boasts rustic furnishings and light rejuvenating colour schemes coinciding with its fresh, rural location.
A gleaming all-white bathroom, with a modern finish completes the accommodation in a complimentary fashion.
The enclosed garden to the rear will delight the kids, the lawn is excellent for outdoor games, while you enjoy a seat around the patio table with a thirst-quenching drink in hand.
The inspiring area of Wales which engulfs the property will have you out and about exploring on a daily basis, whether you fancy a stroll along one of the fabulous beaches, or a tour of a historic castle, there is plenty to see and do.
Haverforwest is within driving distance offering many local amenities and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is almost equidistant away, with its dramatic cliffs and scenic landscape.
Consider a stay at Dungleddy Court for a well-deserved holiday break.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC, ground floor cloakroom. Open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Haverfordwest 6 miles.
Clarbeston Road is a small village with a pub serving this rural farming community, and with its own railway station, the village offers visitors the opportunity to visit other areas by train. The beautiful Llysyfran Reservoir close by is a delight for anglers, walkers and cyclists, or just for that perfect place to picnic on bright spring mornings, hazy summer afternoons and brisk autumnal days. This wonderful part of Wales has so much to offer, with an array of sandy beaches, historic castles, old mills, country parks, museums, Oakwood Theme Park, a Dinosaur Park and boat trips to the quiet islands of Skomer and Skokholm to name but a few. A holiday any time of year will leave you with a longing to return, and with some very happy memories.