- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
35 Customer Reviews
"Warm, comfortable dog friendly cottage in lovely location."
Hosts were very welcoming and helpful. Great place to spend a relaxing week.
"The owners were very helpful especially as the river came very high the day we arrived."
"The cottage was very well equipped and comfortable for two with everything we needed."
It was a beautiful spot and we thoroughly enjoyed exploring the local area and watching the tides on the ria. The owners were charming and helpful. Lunch at the nearby beach cafe at Lawrenny was very good. We also enjoyed the local dog-friendly castle and mill at Carew.
"Friendly hosts, well equipped house, personalised style, gorgeous location."
Lovely, chilled holiday.
"Lovely well equipped cottage, with beautiful scenery right outside the front door."
We had a great week, helped by gorgeous sunny weather. There were lots of places nearby to visit. Would love to visit again.
"Laburnum Cottage was the perfect bolthole for us."
We have stayed in a variety of cottages in Pembrokeshire and this by far our favourite. It is charming throughout and the position is a real escape but with benefit of a great pub for a pint. Our hosts couldn't do enough and were wwelcoming and knowledgeable about local destinations. Everything you would want to do or see is 20 minutes away. We are already looking forward to our next stay!
"An absolutely fantastic property."
This is probably best equipped property we have been to. The host were absolutely fantastic - just there when we needed them. There was a good welcome package- Welsh cake - prosseco - milk- tea and coffee . The accommodation was small but contained absolutely everything we needed. It was definitely dog friendly. Downstairs was a lounge kitchen area area - just what we needed and upstairs was the mostomfortable double bedroom, bathroom with shower and room with boule bunks, I cannot praise this property highly enough. Just want to return. The location is great. Just over the road is the Cresselly Arms - the best local I have ever been too. Just beware of the occasional spring tides! There are so many places to visit and so many local walks. As in all, I just love this place and can’t wait to return.
"Very cosy cottage owners friendly and very helpful surroundings fabulous would defiantly book again"
"This is a really lovely cottage overlooking Creswell Quay, very comfy and cosy, has everthing you would need, the Refreshment welcome pack was much needed after a long drive, the basket of logs for the fire was very welcome as well."
The owners are lovely people and although they live next door you hardly see them, but great to know they were there if a problem arose. If we went back to this area we would certainly stay at Laburnham cottage again. Great Location for that area of Wales. Tenby is only 20 minutes away, St. Davids is about an hour away.
"Excellent Cottage in a peaceful location."
Nice pub nearby but lack of other local facilities needs to be factored into your stay. Very well equipped and of a high standard all round. Good support from the owners, without being intrusive.
"Very comfortable, well equipped cottage in a great location."
Lovely welcome pack of milk, tea, coffee, Welsh cakes & prosecco. Warm welcome from our hosts in the adjoining house, with fabulous recommendations. Traditional Pub just over the road, & within 30 mins drive of Tenby & Saundersfoot. Highly recommend a stay here.
"Great cosy warm comfortable cottage in a very pretty quite spot."
Very friendly host with a love welcome of chilled wine in the fridge ,fresh flowers on the table and lovely Welsh cakes on the tea tray !
"Fantastic cottage, so comfortable, cosy and convenient for walks, relaxing and enjoying a pint at sunset by the Quay while the tide creeps up the creek."
The the cottage had everything we needed, and the bed was very comfy, and Phil and Rhian were very friendly and helpful. We would definitely book again.
"Really pleased with the cottage we booked."
Had all the necessary equipment etc. and was in an ideal situation overlooking an estuary with a pub very close by. The owners were very kind and helpful. Would recommend the cottage.
"The cottage was an extremely pleasant and comfortable base to return to from long walks along the coast."
Quiet and peaceful and with lovely views. Less than 30 minutes' drive to empty beaches. The hosts were very helpful, accommodating us at very short notice, and providing us with fresh salad from their enviable vegetable garden. I would recommend this to anyone keen to explore this part of Pembrokeshire.
"This is a charming little cottage attached to the owners house."
It was wonderfully snug and warm when we arrived and the owner was on hand to welcome us. We appreciated the Tea/Coffee/Welshcakes and Proscetto, thank you! The cottage was nicely decorated and had everything we needed. The kingsize bed was very comfortable and there was a lovely view of the creek from the downstairs and bedroom windows. A perfect relaxing spot to enjoy some peace and quiet with beautiful beaches within easy reach. Happy to recommend.
"A lovely cottage in a great location."
The owners were always very helpful.
"We had an amazing holiday in this idyllic setting where time stood still."
The children had an amazing time crabbing from the quayside next to the cottage and exploring the woods over the stepping stones. The owners live next door and were extremely welcoming, giving us advice about interesting places to visit. Even the rain didn’t spoil things as we cosied up with the wood burner lit. We cannot wait to go back!
"I do not like your telephone system, the place we stayed was great."
"Peaceful, well-equipped and comfortable, Laburnum Cottage has gorgeous views, with spectacular coastal walks and castles within easy reach."
Phil and Rhian are friendly and welcoming, and gave us lots of useful local information. We really enjoyed our week there, and would certainly go back.
"We received a warm welcome to this very comfortable, well equipped character cottage in its beautiful location on the river at Cresswell Quay."
Tucked away in a quiet backwater (literally), it is a great base for exploring Pembrokeshire or just sitting in the garden (or the pub across the water) and watching the world go by.
"Fantastic cottage felt instantly relaxed, the owners had thought of everything you need for a lovely break."
Great little spot on the estuary loved watching the many birds. Will definitely go back as the Pembrokeshire area and beaches are stunning.
"We had a wonderful stay in this beautiful corner of Wales with easy access for the coast and attractions."
Phil our host was a star. We will certainly return
"Rhian & Phil were so very welcoming and they had put together lots of excellent info in the cottage which was so helpful."
The cottage is beautifully decorated and everything is to hotel standard. It was so nice to sleep so well in a such a good quality bed and bedding. So often other holiday rents have been let down due to cheap beds and their after effects. We look forward to going back and have recommended the cottage to friends.
"Laburnham Cottage is a dream place to stay."
The cottage is cosy, comfortable and really clean with a beautiful and ever-changing view of the creek. The local community is friendly and always willing to help and sitting outside the nearby Cresselly Arms on a warm sunny day, with a glass of wine or beer, is nothing short of perfection. My partner and I will definitely be going to Laburnham Cottage again.
"Lovely cottage really well equipped with fantastic views only downside was as ..."
Lovely cottage really well equipped with fantastic views only downside was as driveway right outside cottage door unable to let dogs out to have a run
"It was just perfect!"
The quality of the accommodation, the welcome note and thoughtful gifts and the canine basket of treats, towels, walk suggestions and everything in between was inspired! Thank you we all had an amazing time!
"We have stayed in a lot of rented cottages over the years."
...this, by far, is the best one! Superbly equipped, a real home from home, excellent hosts in the most wonderful location!
"The cottage had everything we could need and was cosy and comfortable."
There was lots of information provided on local activities and attractions. Everything was perfect!
"This was our second stay in this cottage and it is ideal for what we wanted peaceful good views and easy walks"
"No. wonderfull location."
excellent reception. very clean. some lovely beaches to visit
"Lovely secluded location with great views."
Cottage well-presented and decent size.Owners very helpful/pleasant but not intrusive.
"Beautiful cottage in a quiet, peaceful area with a wonderful pub a small walk away."
Everything inside the cottage to enable us a wonderful week away. The owners are extremely helpful and polite.
"Superb quiet location ."
...so clean and amazingly comfy bed ...dogs were made very welcome hosts very friendly
"Only that the Laburnham Cottage is wonderful - not such a rental more a house sitting for a very lucky owner."
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- 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.
- Oil central heating with woodburner in sitting area
- Electric oven, halogen hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, Smart TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, small selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 1 car
- Garden area in front of cottage with furniture
- Two well-behaved dogs welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 1.5 miles, pub 2 mins walk
- Note: Direct access from grounds to estuary - children to be supervised at all times
- Note: Check-in 4pm.
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.
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.
Please Note: For week long bookings, check in/out must be on a Friday.
This property offers the following short breaks:
- Last minute