Perfect for walkers and beach lovers alike, set within a rural location and yet only a short distance from the coastline. There are many attractions to enjoy within a short drive of the property.
Within the grounds of a working farm, this spacious two-bedroom cottage is ideally situated for families, including the canine members, seeking to enjoy the attractions of West Wales. Within easy reach of the sandy beaches at Broad Haven and Little Haven, this destination is a dog-walker’s delight. Coastal walks across Stackpole and St Govan’s Head offer uninterrupted views across the coastline or enjoy a challenging hike along the coast path to Solva, a bustling harbour town where arts and crafts galleries thrive.
Your semi-detached farmhouse is full of character and traditional features such as exposed stonework and beams. Your dog can sprawl in the warmth of the traditional kitchen range as you prepare a meal to enjoy at the contemporary dining table. Through the farmhouse door, there is plenty of room for the whole family to relax in the spacious lounge in the gentle glow of the word burner. Up the dog-leg staircase are two bedrooms: a double with feature fireplace, and a twin zip-and-link which can be made into a king-size on request. A modern bathroom is shared by both rooms. Outside is a large enclosed garden that will get tails wagging. Your hound can sniff out their favourite shady spot as you unwind over a family BBQ or al fresco lunch.
The soft sands at Broad Haven (2.5 miles) and Little Haven (3.5 miles) are the perfect place for off-lead romps across the beach and head-first charges into the gentle waves. Wander along the riverbank at Haverfordwest (4.5 miles) before sniffing out the best place to enjoy a leisurely lunch. Walk along the coast path to explore the rockpools at St Brides Bay (5 miles). Make your canine companion your first mate on a wildlife cruise from Martin’s Haven (9.5 miles), spotting seals and seabirds as you sail.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.