This lovely semi-detached cottage is a former Shire Horse stable, which has been converted into a lovely character-filled, holiday home in the heart of the pretty village of St. Ishmaels, within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Step straight into the charming open plan living space which has a stairway to the crog loft bedroom, a well-equipped kitchen to one side and a comfy sitting and dining area to the other.
This is the perfect room for spending family time together after a day out and about.
Youngsters in your group will adore the family bedroom tucked away behind the stairs and where friendly cuddly toys sit on each bed waiting for them.
In such a light and spacious room many fun times will be enjoyed together right here.
The character crog loft bedroom is directly accessed from the stairs and boasts original beams.
With china Shire Horses and other related ornaments you feel part of this delightful cottage’s history and there’s even an original Shire Horse rug on the bedroom floor.
The charm of this cottage is the perfect base to relax and enjoy your holiday and where you can plan your days out.
The local shuttle bus which stops outside Winganna, passes through St Ishmaels three times a day and can take you all over Pembrokeshire and along the beautiful St Brides coast road.
Take leisurely countryside or coastal walks right from the doorstep, walk as far as Dale to soak up the boating activities and drive to theme parks and wonderful historic castles.
Why not visit the magnificent cathedral in the smallest city in the UK at St Davids, then pop into one of the tea rooms to enjoy afternoon tea or maybe stay out for a scrumptious evening meal?
With so many varied days out to choose from, you will need a return visit to this unique little cottage to explore all that this scenic county has to offer.
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.