5 Star Waters Edge

Glan yr Afon, Landshipping, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8BE

5 Star
Late Availability
Discount of £50 for small parties of up to 2 people.

The cottage layout provides a twin bedded room with TV on the ground floor with folding doors overlooking the estuary. The bright new family bathroom is close by. Laundry facility with an AEG washer/dryer in a cupboard!. Next overlooking the estuary is the living room with vaulted ceiling, wood burning stove, folding doors to the garden. Attractively furnished with ornaments, original oil paintings and prints, shelves of books, a fine HiFi with attachment for own sound is provided. WiFi available. New Kitchen well provided, open to the living room, window view to estuary. Snug, off the living room, very cosy with settee, chairs and TV DVD. Upstairs two comfortable double bedrooms with new shower room (shower, washbasin and loo) in between, all with Views to estuary! Folding doors open onto a covered sitting area with wooden garden furniture. The garden has a pretty summerhouse with additional furniture ideal for lazing whilst watching the Estuary sunsets from the west facing garden. A small gate accesses the mown footpath down to the foreshore. Two Dogs are welcome, the first FOC second £25.00 supplement.
5 Star Waters Edge in the hamlet of Landshipping is located about 2 minutes walk from the foreshore of the Cleddau Estuary known as the Secret Waterway. Quiet and peaceful yet only 12 minutes drive to the boutique shopping town of Narberth or visit the Georgian harbour town of Tenby (25 minutes) with its wonderful beaches. The Pembrokeshire coast abounds in fabulous beaches and for walkers the coastal path is a must.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Allowed
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • WiFi


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