Pembrokeshire Waterside Holiday Cottage for Walkers and Birdwatchers Pets welcome
- A snug waterside holiday home with inglenook fireplace, wooden floors and beamed ceilings, lovingly restored by the owners.
- The lounge/dining/kitchen has a large inglenook with log fire and a stable door opens onto a terrace with breathtaking panoramic views across the wide tidal National Park estuary of the 'Secret Waterway'. Pets welcome.
- Boat launching facilities nearby on the Pembrokeshire Secret Waterway.
South Pembrokeshire - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- This waterside holiday cottage is in an 'area of outstanding natural beauty' Pembrokeshire's Coastal National Park with many 'Sites of Special Scientific Interest' - a haven for sailors, birdwatchers, walkers and naturalists.
- Estuary shoreline has small sheltered inlets and is a walkers and bird watcher's paradise on the migratory route of the magnificent osprey to Scotland and now to North Wales.
- There is a footpath leading from the cottage directly onto the foreshore - perfect for keen fisher folk.
2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double ensuite with shower, separate toilet and washbasin, door to terrace, 1 Twin ensuite with shower, toilet and washbasin.
Lounge/Diner/Kitchen - open plan fully fitted kitchen area with gas cooker, dishwasher, microwave, fridge with icebox, dining table to seat 4. Large inglenook with log fire, cottage suite, flat screen TV/DVD/CD. Stable door to terrace and estuary views.
Utility with washer/dryer.
Grounds enclosed overlooking the estuary, terrace with garden furniture, lawns etc. Direct access to the foreshore through the adjoining field.
Short breaks - Winter
WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Saturday
Towels - Yes
Parking - Yes
Fuel - Oil central heating inclusive June to September. Outside these dates Â£25 p/w. Welcome pack of logs free
Dogs - 2. 1 dog free, additional dog Â£25 p/w
Travel cot - Yes
Highchair - Yes
Bed linen - Included as standard
Narberth - Old Market Town
- Narbeth with individual and interesting shops including traditional family run butchers, delicatessens, restaurants, supermarket, pubs and bakery is an easy drive away.
- Winter mini breaks are available at Cottage on the Secret Waterway. Pets are welcome too. Please phone for availability and price.
Barafundle (NT), Tenby, Manorbier, Freshwater & Saundersfoot Beaches
- Superb world class beaches, hidden coves, small harbours and the wild and wonderful Pembrokeshire coastline - all waiting to be discovered by you.
Walk all or part of the Daugleddau Trail near waterside cottage
- Walk the long distance Daugleddau Trail, pets are welcome. Visit the romantic ruins of Carew Castle, Carew Mill, enjoy lovely walks through the ancient woodland of Minwear & indulge yourselves at Nash Farm Tea room.
Boat Trips to Bird Islands
- Boat Trips leave from Neyland Marina, Tenby, Saundersfoot and Martins Haven to cruise the coastline and visit the off shore islands of Ramsey, Skomer and Skolkholm all teeming with sea birds and Caldey Island home to Cistercian Monks for over a thousand years. You are very likely to see dolphins, seals and or porpoises on route. Remember your binoculars and cameras.
Picton Castle & Gardens
- Take a guided tour around the 700 year old castle, and learn of its fascinating history from its days as a heavily fortified residence to the present day as a quality tourist attraction.
- 40 acres of superb walled and woodland gardens to stroll through and watch for birds. Carefully planned to provide colour and interest all year round. Enjoy a picnic under the trees or visit the excellent courtyard cafe/restaurant.
Cwm Deri Welsh Wines, Martletwy
- Sample the delights of Welsh wines at Cwm Deri Vineyard. Try wine tasting, wine making, a vineyard walk, the pets corner and delicious food in the vineyard restaurant.
Oakwood Leisure Park
- For a family fun day out visit Oakwood Leisure Park popular with teenagers. From white knuckle rides, to entertaining events there is something for everyone. With a variety of places to eat and space to enjoy a picnic, you can stay all day. Even your pet dog is welcome.
Lawrenny Riverside Village & The Quay Cafe
- A quaint little village on the eastern banks of the Cleddau river, with the multi award winning licensed Quayside tearoom overlooking the water serving delicious light lunches, fresh coffee and cakes to die for. There are two delightful circular walks from here
Little Wedlock Gallery
- Anne Gregson and Jo Davies are a mother and daughter partnership. Their colourful and lively work responds to the natural world. They experiment with different mediums including drawing, papier mache, watercolour, oils, acrylic, and silk. They welcome visitors to their Green Dragon Environmental Awarded Little Wedlock studio/gallery.
Slebech Park Restaurant & Garden (5 miles east of Haverfordwest)
- Lovers of great food and fresh local ingredients will love Slebech Park one of the finest restaurants in Pembrokeshire. Enjoy brunch, lunch, afternoon tea or an evening meal in the stylish dining room or al fresco on the terrace overlooking the river. On Sundays, try an informal Italian supper of 'pasta in the park'. While there, do take a stroll around the extensive kitchen gardens and see the flourishing produce before it reaches the kitchen.
The Grove Restaurant, Molleston near Narberth
- Modern country food using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible is served in the panelled dining room, the lounge bar and in the new garden room with terrace surrounded by trees, gardens and wild flowers.
Puddleduck Trout Fishery
- Keen fisher folk will enjoy Puddleduck's two stream fed lakes in the beautiful three and a half acres of woodland in Freystrop. Trout up to 2 lbs can be caught, so remember your fishing gear and favourite seafood recipes.
Carew, Castle & Tidal Mill
- Do visit the little village of Carew on the river Cleddau. An easy circular walk of just a few miles takes you alongside lovely Carew Castle, a hybrid of Elizabethan fancy and earlier defensive necessity, an ancient Celtic Cross, the only restored tidal mill in Wales and the Carew Inn a family friendly venue serving delicious homemade food and real ales at reasonable prices.
- Buy your boat trip tickets from the kiosk on Tenby Harbour slipway. Look out for marine wildlife en-route. You will see seabirds. You may see dolphins. The island has been home to Cistercian monks for a thousand years. They farm the land and produce perfume, chocolate and shortbread all on sale in the island shop. Stroll around the countryside, relax on one of the beautiful sandy beaches and do visit the grade II listed Abbey. A peaceful and relaxing day out for all.
Celtic Quest Coasteering based at Tenby
- A unique way to explore the Pembrokeshire coast including adventure swimming, rock hopping and more.
- Explore Pembrokeshire to discover an amazing array of quality family attractions including Castell Henllys Reconstructed Iron Age Settlement, Scolton Manor Museum and Country Park, West Wales Karting, the Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Company, Blue Lagoon Water Park, Folly Farm, the Tudor Merchant's house Tenby (N.T.), Manor Wildlife Park and many more.
This enchanting waterside holiday cottage is a lovely base from which to explore Pembrokeshire.
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