Broad Haven 3 miles.
This delightful stone-built cottage is part of a pretty terrace of holiday homes, set in a beautiful location, close to the seaside village of Broad Haven on the edge of the Pembrokeshire National Park.
With character features including open beams and stone walls fused with fresh and contemporary furnishings, this cottage near Broad Haven provides a relaxed atmosphere, and offers an ideal romantic hideaway for those looking to explore scenic Pembrokeshire.
The open-plan living area at this Broad Haven cottage has a small, but well-equipped kitchen leading to a comfortable sitting area with warming woodburner, perfect for cool evenings, whilst the dining area looks out across the large shared lawn, plus both the sitting and dining areas have a character, solid oak floor.
The light and airy bedroom boasts built in wardrobes and also overlooks the pretty grounds, whilst a modern shower room with underfloor heating completes the accommodation in this superb Pembrokeshire cottage.
Spend quiet times relaxing on your private gravelled area, or on the spacious shared lawns outside your Broad Haven cottage, and listen to the wild birds overhead or the springtime lambs dotted in the surrounding fields.
Enjoy countryside walks or bike rides, or join the outstanding Pembrokeshire Coast Path to discover some of the most scenic areas in Wales.
Relax on stunning sandy beaches, with the beaches at Little Haven, Broad Haven, Nolton Haven, Druidston and Newgale all within a 10 minute drive.
A dive centre between Broad Haven and Little Haven offers the opportunity to discover life beneath the waves.
Alternatively take a boat trip to the bird island of Skomer, or explore an array of magnificent castles scattered around Pembrokeshire.
Whatever you choose, you will look forward to returning to this beautiful cottage near Broad Haven at the end of each day.
About the location
Haverfordwest 6 miles; Milford Haven 7 miles; Pembroke 13 miles.
Set on the superb Pembrokeshire Coast, this seaside village boasts a wonderful sandy Blue Flag beach that is perfect for swimming, boating and surfing during warmer months, and ideal for invigorating, scenic walks on cooler windy days. This small seaside village offers a variety of local shops, including a shop and Post Office located just along the seafront, and there is also a selection of bars and pubs, as well as a bistro serving delicious food. Just along the coast you will find a quirky restaurant at Druidstone and an array of quaint little tea rooms, shops and pubs in Little Haven. Enjoy the picturesque views from the world-famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path, or chose countryside walks and cycling paths that cut through the rural landscape. Drive around Pembrokeshire and discover the magnificent St David’s Cathedral in the smallest city in Wales, explore an array of castles, and a wide selection of theme parks and other enticing attractions. This is the perfect location for all ages, all year round.