This superb semi-detached cottage is situated in the picturesque village of St Ishmaels in the fabulous Pembrokeshire National Park.
With its large enclosed garden, this property is perfect for a family holiday near the coast.
The kitchen with its breakfast bar and TV, is ideal for all the family to be together during the preparation of meals and tasty picnics, before dining alfresco or in the charming dining area, just one step down from the kitchen.
Relaxing evenings in the comfortable sitting room give you the chance to reflect on your great day out while planning tomorrow’s activity.
Three beautifully-presented bedrooms offer a restful night’s sleep and with a family bathroom and a cloakroom completing the accommodation, this charming cottage is truly perfect for your Welsh holiday all year round.
The younger ones may spend most of the holiday in the garden enjoying the play area, and with outside lighting the evenings outside can be enjoyed by all, even in the dusk with a warming chiminea on the patio area.
The whole of Pembrokeshire is so easily accessed you can explore the coast, walk the path, relax on sandy beaches, or visit historic castles, exhilarating theme parks and delightful seaside resorts.
Alternatively, take countryside walks and maybe drop into the village inn for a light lunch or evening meal.
Varied days out ending back at this perfect cottage will give you so many happy memories.
Three bedrooms: 2 x double (one with TV ), 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar (seats 4). Utility. Dining room (seats 4). Sitting room 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.