Beautiful Welsh Stone Cottage

Beautiful Welsh Stone Cottage

Louise

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Originally dating back approximately 170 yrs, Y Cwm (translated as 'The Valley') is a charming 'Award Winning' south facing stone Pembrokeshire cottage which has been tastefully renovated and is bursting with style and character from its former life as 2 farm workers dwellings. It has been beautifully furnished and decorated to a very high standard and has attractive oak beams, Welsh oak floor boards and a lovely original stone Welsh inglenook (chimney fawr) in the kitchen. It is set within a ¼ of an acre of south facing grounds, complimented by a large cottage garden to the forefront. It comes complete with its own stream where kingfishers, owls, otters and all manner of wildlife can be enjoyed and spotted by nature lovers alike. All guests will approach the cottage over it's very own listed stone bridge. Y Cwm is awaiting grading by the Welsh Tourist Board.

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More about us

  1. Married with 3 beautiful children all aged 7

  2. Mum and Co. Director of a Planning Consultancy and Holiday Letting business

  3. This is a 2nd home, so I would be open to points and non simultaneous swaps. Passionate about vernacular architecture, travelling and just love good food and the great outdoors!

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
The Harbourmaster, The Bar, Halon Mor, The Swan Inn
Cool bars
The Harbourmaster, The Swan, The Castle ... All overlooking the sea!
Cozy cafés
Foam Milford Marina, The Clockhouse, Marloes ... Location shoot for Robin Hood! The Shed in Porthgain, overlooking beautiful harbour, The cafe in Neyland Marina, where you can watch boats go by and all manner of wildlife!
Retail therapy
Narberth, which has a host of small specialist shops, Tenby which has similar but overlooks 2 beautiful beaches or venture further afield to the Capitol of Wales, Cardiff and enjoy a combination of culture and retail therapy!
Bit of culture
Pembroke Castle, Tregwynt Woolen Mill, Torch Theatre, Barafundle Beach, Little Haven Beach, Bosherston Lily Ponds, Carew Castle, Tenby Georgian Seaside Town, Pembrokeshire Coast. National Park
Walks in the park
We are surrounded by some of the Worlds best Blue Flag beaches and a stunning National Coast Path
Spot of exercise
Sailing, all manner of water-sports, cycling, rock climbing, coast steering, horse riding, mountain biking, walking coast path
Day tripping
Tenby, St David's, Newport Pembs, Bosherston Lily Ponds,

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