Spacious detached house for 10 on the banks of the Cleddau Estuary near Pembroke and Haverfordwest
Living room: With electric fire, Free View TV and DVD.
Sitting Room: With Free View TV and DVD
Kitchen: With electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer
Utility Room: With washer/dryer
Cloakroom: With toilet.
Bedroom 1: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle (no toilet).
Bedroom 2: With double bed.
Bedroom 3: With single ’Captain’s bed’ (with additional single to form twins if required).
Bedroom 4: With double bed
Bedroom 5: With two single beds
Bathroom: With shower over bath and toilet.
Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Cot and high chair available on request Large lawn garden with garden dining furniture and BBQ. A large natural sandstone patio wraps round the front and side of the property. Direct footpath into woodland. Off road parking for 5 cars plus boat and trailer. Maximum occupancy is 10 guests including babies. This property has a security deposit of £150.
Located in Pembrokeshire’s National Coastal Park, nestled into the western banks of the Cleddau Estuary, this five bedroom, detached retreat abounds with comfort, privacy and water views. Set within half an acre of its own land it offers plenty of space for exuberant children (and adults!) to enjoy and provides the perfect setting to barbecue the catch of the day while staring down at the sparkling waters of the Cleddau and the Preseli Hills beyond. Its long drive way and car port not only provide more than ample parking but offer the opportunity to bring along a boat and trailer; while just a mile down the road, the idyllic old fishing village of Llangwm provides a convenient spot for launching any such vessel. Inside, Cherry Trees offers pristine, spacious and newly renovated accommodation to meet all needs; less mobile guests don’t just benefit from vehicular access to the front door but also a ground floor, double bedroom with en suite facilities. While its two comfortable sitting rooms offer a large family or a group of friends all the ingredients needed for cosy evenings in. With privacy, water views from many of its windows and a high standard of finish throughout, you’d be forgiven for not wanting to leave. However, with The National Geographic recently rating Pembrokeshire as the second best coastal destination in the entire world there’s a wealth of experiences and adventures to be had from the doorstep. On foot from the house, enjoy tranquil woodland walks or amble into the village of Llangwm. Existing since long before the Norman Invasion of 1066, long rows of single storey fisherman’s cottages and its ancient parish church echo its place in history. The Cottage Inn offers a varied menu and a great spot for lunches and evening meals: Events are commonplace too; from live music to vintage car meetings. This pub is the hub of community life; playing its role in the village’s festival fortnight (last week June/first week of July) when people travel from far and wide to marvel at the famous, competing scarecrows. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.