This lovely end-terrace cottage is situated opposite the village green in the lovely village of Marloes.
Ivy Cottage offers a delightful break for families or friends wishing to explore this interesting part of Wales.
The open plan living area includes a well-equipped kitchen, a large corner dining table and a cosy seating area with comfortable reclining sofas, stone fireplace and a welcoming woodburning stove.
Upstairs are two tastefully furnished double bedrooms and a bathroom complete with a bath, which is ideal for soaking in after a busy day of exploring.
Outside, there is patio with furniture which overlooks the village green, a pleasant place to watch the world go by!
Marloes has a village pub, a small café and a shop, which can all be reached within a short walk from Ivy Cottage.
The spectacular beaches of Marloes Sands and Musselwick Bay are within a mile, as is the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, with the village of Dale (popular with sailors), Martins Haven (embarkation point for boat trips to Skomer Island) and St Brides Bay all being within a few minutes' drive away.
The whole of Pembrokeshire is easily accessed so that whether you enjoy walking the coastal path, relaxing on sandy beaches, visiting historic castles, exhilarating theme parks and delightful seaside resorts, coming back each day to this lovely cottage is sure to give you many happy memories to treasure.
Two double bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
About the location
Milford Haven 9 miles; St. Brides 3.4 miles; Haverfordwest 13 miles.
Marloes is a small village on the Marloes Peninsula in Pembrokeshire, within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The village has a pub, The Lobster Pot, a small café and a village 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 pair of puffins and 120,000 pairs of Manx Shearwaters.