Driving along the quaint countryside roads into the village of St. Ishmaels, you will be keen to spot your holiday cottage, and you will not be disappointed.
This pretty semi-detached cottage, with its small front courtyard, beckons you in to discover high quality accommodation for your Welsh holiday.
Stepping into the airy living space, with a sitting room at one end and a charming dining area at the other, you will find a warming woodburner for those cooler days and a welcoming feel throughout the year and you will immediately start to relax into your holiday.
Walking through into the kitchen will be a joy for would-be chefs, discovering a space where family meals will be a joy to prepare before sitting together at the table for hearty breakfasts, quick snacks or a family meal.
The bathroom and cloakroom complete the ground floor and then you will be eager to pop upstairs and choose your bedroom.
Each of the three bedrooms are decorated in subtle colours and the owners have taken great care in presenting them beautifully for you to enjoy a good night’s sleep before your days out.
Enjoy a quiet drink in the garden at the start or the end of your day, or stroll for a meal and a pint at the nearby pub.
Take countryside or coastal walks, relax on superb sandy beaches, discover ancient castles, the magnificent cathedral at St Davids and so much more.
A perfect location all year round and one you will want to return to again and again.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area with woodburner.
About the location
Milford Haven 7 miles.
St. Ishmaels is a delightfully pretty village with a pub serving food, visiting butcher and grocery vans and a daily milk delivery. Just 4 miles away is the wonderful coastal village of Dale, with its array of watersports, sure to be a magnet for the boaters in your party. Fantastically scenic sandy beaches abound on this wonderful Pembrokeshire coastline, and the renowned coastal path is a must for any walkers. Throughout this south west corner of Wales there are castles and old mills to explore, quaint little villages with unique shops and tea rooms, and short boat trips will take you to peaceful bird sanctuaries at Skomer and Ramsey, or to the magnificent monastic island of Caldey to step back in time and enjoy the luxurious chocolate made by the monks, which may well be the best kept secret in Wales. Whatever you are looking for, anytime of the year, this is a perfect location for all ages to have an excellent holiday.