A modern styled annexe of the owner’s home, set on a hill above the hugely popular seaside resort on Pendine with its iconic sands.
A perfect base for friends and family looking to enjoy the 7 mile stretch of sandy beach, the fabulous South Wales coastline and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Set over two floors, there are three comfortable bedrooms, one ground floor double with a family shower room and a first floor double with en-suite bathroom and twin room.
There is a well-equipped kitchen with a dining area and comfy seating perfect to cosy up after a day making the most of the fantastic South Wales coastline.
Outside, you can sit in your small enclosed garden with a cup of tea, or on the larger shared lawns to the rear of the property.
The cottage is in a small residential area just a 20 minute downhill walk from the beach.
You may find you have no reason to leave the popular resort of Pendine, with the famous stretch of sandy beach giving you the opportunity to relax, play and enjoy the traditional seaside resort.
You can fulfil a dream of horse riding on the beach, visit the Museum of Speed or perhaps visit the iconic Boathouse, literary home of Dylan Thomas in nearby Laugharne, 5.5 miles away.
You are ideally placed to make the most of the beautiful coastline of South Wales with its diverse countryside with sandy beaches, craggy coves and pretty harbours such as nearby Tenby, 11.5 miles, a hugely popular seaside town with its pretty coloured houses and fabulous selection of shops to browse.
The area offers numerous outdoor activities such as horse riding, abseiling, coasteering, gorge walking, watersports, fishing and mountain biking, as well as the opportunity to take a wildlife boat trip from nearby Tenby.
You are less than 15 miles away from great family days out including Manor House Wildlife Park, Folly Farm, Oakwood Theme Park or the all-weather Blue Lagoon Water Park.
An ideal base in the village of Pendine, less than a mile from the popular seaside resort of Pendine Sands with its sweep of 7 mile sandy beach.
Perfect for friends and family looking to relax and play on the sands, walk the fantastic local coastline or visit some of the pretty fishing towns and villages nearby.
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.