This lovely, detached house is set on the hillside, in one of the most desirable locations overlooking part of the seaside village of Pendine, the sandy beach and the sea, as far as the Gower coastline on clear days.
Making the most of the views, the property has patio doors in the kitchen and sitting room, Juliet balconies in two bedrooms and raised sitting areas with views of the beach and sea outside, so you can spend many long hours soaking up the spectacular views.
Enjoy time in the large kitchen making meals to eat together around the table, or maybe preparing a picnic to take to the beach.
Relax in the sunny sitting room, curled up together on cooler evenings, and catch up on a few TV programmes, a film or play some board games.
The house has four spacious bedrooms with en-suite facilities, one master room on the first floor with a Juliet balcony and a king-size bed, and one with a double bed on the ground floor beside a smaller twin-bedded room and a bathroom.
It makes a delightful holiday home, perfect for larger family holidays!
Most of your days can be happily spent on the seven-mile stretch of beach, making sandcastles, flying kites, or even taking a dip in the sea.
Guests can also explore nearby Laugharne, with its beautiful castle, and Dylan Thomas' boathouse and home that you can visit.
Take coastal path walks, visit theme parks or just sit in the cottage and relax.
Whatever you choose to do, you'll want to return to this charming cottage again and again.
Five bedrooms (four with en-suite shower, basin and WC): 1 x king-size double with Juliet balcony, 1 x double with Juliet balcony, 1 x double, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x ground floor twin (no en-suite). Ground floor bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room.
About the location
Tenby 15 miles.
A delightful seaside village with a seven mile stretch of sandy beach, famous in its history for car racing and speed record attempts. The fateful car ‘Babs’, the driver of which was killed in one of the many speed record attempts, was buried in the sands for many years, but has now been dug up, restored and is often in the local museum for all to admire. Even the famous Amy Johnson used these perfect flat sands to take off on one of her many record flights. Steeped in history, these sands are perfect all year round, whether sunbathing, swimming and kite flying. With local pubs and restaurants serving good food, a café, a grocery shop and gift shops, Pendine is the perfect seaside village. Nearby, the attractions range from Dylan Thomas' famous boathouse, where he penned so many of his literary masterpieces, castles, more sandy beaches, hidden coves and the vibrant seaside resort of Tenby, with Caldey Island and the majestic monastery a short boat trip away. A stunning location for exploring this beautiful part of Wales.