Stephens Cottage sleeping up to 4 guests
This 100 year old cottage is in a peaceful hamlet between Haverfordwest and Pembroke in an idyllic setting on the beautiful Cleddau estuary.
This charming period semi-detached cottage is in an idyllic setting on the beautiful Cleddau estuary in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and boasts estuary views from both the front and the large rear garden. Midway between Pembroke and Haverfordwest (each 6 miles away).
S59737 has a fitted kitchen with washing machine, tiled floor, and beautiful views down the estuary. One step down into the lobby with a door to the garden. Beamed dining room with table and 4 chairs, electric coal-effect stove, hifi system and quarry floor tiles. Lounge also beamed with electric coal-effect stove, pine floor with rug, digital TV, DVD player and WiFi. Newly fitted ground floor bathroom with WC and bath with shower over. Double bedroom and twin bedroom upstairs.
Small front garden. Large rear garden down to the foreshore (no access to the water) with garden furniture. Llangwm Ferry is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and has a wealth of wildlife. An occasional seal can also be seen. Ideally situated for relaxing, walking and birdwatching, it is in an excellent base from which to explore glorious beaches and the Preseli Hills. There is also horse riding, a golf range and a trout lake within 2 miles. Superb boating opportunities as free launching for kayaks and small boats is possible from the shore a few yards away, or from the village slipway for larger boats. Sailing and canoeing also nearby. Many attractions in Pembrokeshire perfect for families.
Electricity & night storage heating included
Bed linen provided & towels provided
Cot & high chair available
Pets are welcome at no extra charge