Kilgetty 1.7 miles.
One of the finest holiday cottages in the area, this beautiful detached property is set in the quiet hamlet of Thomas Chapel, in a wonderful countryside location.
The owners have spared nothing in making this a delightfully well equipped and immaculately presented home-from-home.
The spacious kitchen is a room where all the family will want to spend time making meals or just sitting and chatting together, but just as pleasing are the superb sitting room and the exquisite conservatory with comfy seating and a beautiful dining area.
Relaxation on sunny days, cosy winter nights in front of the woodburner and family meals in the wonderful conservatory will add that extra touch to your holiday.
The conservatory also boasts a telescope so on clear nights you can star gaze to your heart's content.
The three bedrooms in this superb Kilgetty cottage, all have televisions, and have been individually decorated and designed to offer relaxing nights, and with three bathrooms, this holiday home is perfect as a wonderful family base.
The pretty enclosed, rear, south-facing garden feels like an extension of this excellent Kilgetty cottage, where alfresco dining or just fun with the family can be enjoyed by all.
With Folly Farm just a mile away, as well as the local Welsh Zoo (as seen on TV), children can enjoy discovering all the animals with hands-on feeding available.
Heatherton Park offers go-karting, golf and a "walking on water" experience, or you may wish to experience the thrills and spills at Oakwood Theme Park.
The ever-pleasing seaside resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot beckon, as do all the historic castles, mills and the beautiful Preseli Hills.
A perfect Kilgetty cottage for a memorable holiday all year round.
About the location
Cresswell Quay 2.4 miles; Yerbeston 3.9 miles; Tenby 5 miles.
The rural village of Kilgetty is situated 2.4 miles from one of the most picturesque villages in Pembrokeshire, Cresswell Quay is best described as a delightful hamlet of scattered cottages at the edge of the tidal estuary. The central focal point is, of course, the old quay where boats can still moor, for the time the tide allows, and you may wish to pop into the Cresselly Arms for light refreshments. Just a short drive from the town of Tenby and offers a selection of shops and pubs, along with its own train station. Kilgetty is central to a number of attractions, with the coastal resorts of Saundersfoot and Tenby nearby, offering fabulous beaches, watersports and boat trips to Caldey Island, the home of a small gathering of monks and their monastery. Also nearby is the award winning Folly Farm, which makes for a great family day out and enables you to see a working farm at its best. Oakwood Theme Park is a 10 minute drive away and boasts the biggest wooden rollercoaster in Europe, whilst the spectacular Pembrokeshire coastline and the coastal National Park, a walker's paradise, are also within easy reach.