A charming, traditional cottage in the secluded village of St. Ishmaels in Pembrokeshire.
With a homely interior, Fisherman's Cottage is perfect for a couple or small family break.
Upon entering this cottage you are immediately welcomed into a warming sitting room set with comfortable seating and a traditional open fire, a perfect place for some quality chill time in the evenings.
This property really has the rustic, romantic feel to it with the traditional furnishings and exposed stone walls adding character.
The well-equipped kitchen holds all that you need for a break in the country, finished with charming touches like the multi-coloured tiles and breakfast bar.
A walk up the traditional narrow, steep cottage stairs brings you up to the cosy first floor, complete with delightfully bright and airy bedrooms complete with typical cottage-style bed linen and furniture.
To the rear of the property there are two courtyards set with sufficient furniture and a barbecue for them summer evenings.
St. Ishmaels is a delightful little village in South Wales offering a good food pub.
Milford Haven sits just over 6 miles away and is one of the more popular Welsh seaside resorts, offering quirky shops and tearooms as well as a beautiful marina and much more.
Twenty minutes walk from the property takes you to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path with excellent walking and cycling opportunities to enjoy at any time of the year.
A short drive takes you to Martins Haven beach, which is a small pebble beach used as the embarkation point for the Skomer Island boats.
This is a great place for watching dolphins, puffins, seals etc, a great place for naturalists to enjoy.
A cosy, traditional Pembrokeshire cottage.
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.