Mill House Cottage is a stone barn conversion based near Solva, St Brides Bay in Pembrokeshire.
The property is found down a private cul-de-sac drive , set amongst a small group of cottages, which share lawns, with country views.
Step into this warm and welcoming holiday home with its open-plan living style.All rooms are located on the ground floor.
The lounge has two comfortable leather sofas, perfect for relaxing in the evening, in front of the Smart TV.With shelves tucked away in the corner of the room stocked with a variety of books, DVD's, and local tourist information your pleasure.
Let's not forget the traditional woodburning stove, which gives this room a warm and cosy cottage feel.
There is a dining area with seating for four people.
With an attractive pastel blue Welsh dresser housed with china plates and mugs, the kitchen is a wonderful example of a modern living space, with exceptional antique touches.
It has wooden fitted units and black granite worktops, the kitchen has all the appliances you could ever need.
Along the hallway is the large family bathroom which has a bath with a power shower .
There are two bedrooms: one double and one bunk room, ideal for small families looking for a countryside break.
Both bedrooms have been styled with a minimal decor and high-quality furnishings to make it feel as welcoming and calm as possible.
Outside has a front stone courtyard with furniture provided and a barbecue , there's a shared lawned area for picnics, surrounded by open countryside.Nearby attractions in Pembrokeshire include: The smallest city in the UK St Davids, with it's 12th century Cathedral, the final resting place of St David the patron saint of Wales - The country town Haverfordwest, with its 13th century castle and a local history & heritage museum.
The Solva Woollen Mill, the oldest Woollen Mill in Wales, not to be missed!
There is plenty to do, to suit all, in this beautiful & diverse area; Walking, cycling, surfing or fishing.
Sightseeing, driving down quiet county lanes, enjoying stunning coastal views and sunsets.
Why not pay a visit to Folly Farm or Oakwood fun park, or have a delicous meal of Fish & Chips in the Shed, Porthgain.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park offers 186 miles of coastal walks, water sports, wildlife and scenic sandy beaches, coves and cliffs.
From Newgale beach famous for its surfing & fishing to Strumble Head and lighthouse perched on a dramatic rocky coast line.
Mill House Cottage is ideal for a short break or cosy family holiday, in one of the most stunning places in Europe.