A small village called Hubberston rests close to the popular and bustling town of Milford Haven and is home to this sweet holiday home, 10 Belfrey Close. A great fit for a small family, sleeping either three or four depending on the use of the handy truckle bed in the single room, you can explore a huge amount of Pembrokeshire from this advantageous location. A sleek kitchen lies to the front of the property, this is where you can impress your family or friends with a family-favourite dish to please everyone, with cream coloured units contrasting nicely with the dark worktops, it’s a stylish space to enjoy. Next door you can find a handy ground-floor cloakroom containing a basin and WC, before moving into the living/dining room where you will spend your evenings relaxing on the inviting brown leather sofa, after finishing up your evening meal in the dining area which continues the stylish theme complete with a glass table and modern burnt-orange chairs. This space enjoys the natural light flooding in from the patio doors, leading out to a delightful enclosed patio space where your summer mornings can be spent outside with your cup of tea or coffee, waking up for another day of holiday fun. At the end of the exciting days, head upstairs to find your sleeping spot; first come to the master bedroom, which features an attractive double bed adorned with quality bedding and well-chosen furnishings and décor, then leading into the adjoining en-suite shower room to eliminate any queues for the bathroom when you’re getting ready! The second bedroom is wonderfully flexible in that it can either be a spacious single room, or if you’ve got one extra guest then whip out the truckle bed from underneath and it can be a twin, as well as benefitting from a built in wardrobe, while next door and completing the interior is the family bathroom containing a bath which is great for getting the little ones bathed and ready for bed, or just enjoying a calm soak at the end of the day. Begin your exploration by heading straight to Milford Waterfront, which has been transformed from its old fishing past into a modern haven of shops, eateries and bars, perfect for getting to know your surroundings and seeing what the town has to offer, all with the beautiful backdrop of the waterfront. Pop inside the Milford Haven Museum set within one of the oldest buildings in town that was once the old whale oil storage building, built in 1797 for a bit of local history, before ending the day in one of the many pubs for a brilliant dinner. Make sure you take some walking boots on holiday with you so you can make the most of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with 10 Belfrey Close not being far from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, an easy way to traverse this terrain and all the while taking in incredible views of the rugged coastline. 10 Belfrey Coast will be a delight to stay as you get to know this lovely area.
Gas central heating. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, toaster, washing machine, fridge/freezer, TV, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off-road parking for two cars. Enclosed patio with seating. One well-behaved pet welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub within 0.4 miles
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x single truckle bed (can sleep 2 if required). Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen. Living/dining room.
Milford Haven is a bustling town within Pembrokeshire lying on the Cleddau Waterway and once thriving on the fishing industry. Now a popular place to holiday in with a picturesque marina and Welsh countryside not far away, you can enjoy a host of delights. Along with the essentials like supermarkets and pubs, there are many tourist attractions, like boat trips along the river, the Milford Haven Museum and the many independent shops and businesses scattered around.