This delightful stone barn conversion cottage set in the tiny hamlet of Landshipping within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, has some of the finest views overlooking the Cleddau Estuary. Accommodation at Waters Edge Holiday Cottage:
The cottage is equipped and furnished to the highest standards throughout.
Waters Edge Holiday Cottage Landshipping Pembrokeshire 3 Bedrooms (1 twin on ground floor - folding doors to garden) sleeping a total of 6 – bedlinen and towels provided (Cot, high chair, stair gate etc. by request)
New Bathroom and shower room.
Kitchen-Living room: New fully fitted with cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer, dishwasher. Dining table, chairs, multifuel stove, folding patio doors to garden and magnificent views.
Snug: Leather sofa and armchairs coal burning effect electric stove, flat screen TV, DVD, WiFi
A shared mown path leads to the foreshore, where there is an abundance of wildlife. Curlews, egrets, herons, shell duck, cormorants to name a few are regularly sighted. Or take a walk along the Landsker Trail and explore the hamlet and surrounding areas.
Enjoy the peace and tranquillity and in the evening just relax with a glass of wine and wonder at the glorious sunset.
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twin bedroom grnd floor
view looking west from patio
Disabled Facilities: No. (Sleeps 4 adults and 2 children)
Linen Provided: Yes.
Linen and soft towels
Pets Allowed: Yes.
2 dogs free of charge (downstairs please)
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Gas
Open Fire: Yes. Fuel type: Wood
Smoking Allowed: No. No indoor smoking please
Outdoor Facilities: Yes.
Garden, summerhouse, mown shared path to Estuary foreshore
By car on A40 travelling west turn left on A4075 at Canaston Bridge.Travel 3 miles approx and take first right after Canaston Bowl leisure centre, signed Martletwy and Llawrenny. Follow road for 2 miles taking right turn for Landshipping. 300 meters turn left. Follow road for 2 miles past Stanley Arms Pub (currently closed)After aprox.half a mile cream house (with flagpole) on right with stone cottages in courtyard. Glan-yr-Afon on right.