A detached bungalow tucked away in the corner of a very quiet cul-de-sac, in the village of Penally, within a minutes' walk of a pub serving both Chinese and British food and within a short walk to nearby Trefloyne Golf club and 18 hole course to the local shop.
There are lawns to the front and rear plus a side patio giving plenty of areas to take in the sun or find a shady corner to dine al fresco, enjoy a morning coffee or quietly catch up on some reading.
The accommodation offers a light and airy sitting room where you can all enjoy some TV in the evening after your family meal together in the dining area of this lovely room.
Breakfasts, brunch, full family meals or a picnic to take out can all be easily conjured up in the kitchen.
The three bedrooms offer flexible sleeping with 2 doubles overlooking the rear garden and one with bunks (double bunk on bottom and single on the top).
The family bathroom completes the accommodation in this charming holiday cottage.
Perfectly located to explore this beautiful part of South Wales, your days out will be as energetic or as relaxing as you wish.
Walk part of the superb coastal path to see both wonderful countryside views as well as sandy beaches, hidden coves, sea birds and so much more.
Take boat trips, visit nearby theme parks, the Welsh Zoo (as seen on TV), historic castles and so much more and then return to your welcoming holiday home to plan the next days activities.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x adult bunks (double on bottom, single on top). Bathroom with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
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About the location
Tenby 1.5 miles; Pembroke 8 miles.
Penally is a picturesque scattered village within a short walk to the Pembrokeshire coast and South Beach at Tenby. The friendliness of this pretty village with a great pub serving hearty meals, a village store and restaurants, make it a perfect place to stay. It has two excellent golf courses within a short drive, and the spectacular sandy beaches, quirky little shops, tea rooms and much more in nearby Tenby. Whatever the time of year there is so much to see and do - exploring castles, visiting the Welsh Zoo (as seen on TV), Heatherton theme park and boat trips to name but a few. For walkers this is heaven on earth when you discover the award-winning Pembrokeshire Coast Path with the most spectacular scenery. A perfect location for all the family.