The 'Ridgeway' is a quiet bungalow situated in the village of Rosemarket, a central location to the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and beautiful Pembrokeshire beaches. The listing compromises of a double bedroom with shared bathroom, your welcome to use the fully equipped kitchen, free tea and coffee, breakfast items are also provided, of road Parking is available and secure garage storage for bicycles at your own risk. I also have a very friendly sheep dog.
“Hosts were so kind to let us stay! During these crazy times, all hotels were shut down and we had no where to go. Hosts replied quickly and were compassionate to our immediate need for assistance. We were taking a ferry from Ireland to Pembroke so we arrived at 2 am. Hosts stayed up to wait for us to check us in. Gracious, kind people! The room itself was spacious and very comfortable. Bathroom was sparkling clean. Highly recommend!”
Ty Haf “Summer House” is a cosy private cabin with veranda. Recently renovated with new en suite shower room it has private lockable access and entails one room with double bed, dining table & chairs, a (silent) fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, plates & cutlery, and TV with Netflix etc. Perfect for a low budget visit to the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast, whilst having a private space to relax.
“Perfect stop over for the ferry to and from Ireland. Very accommodating to allow me to arrive really late. Will return for sure.”
A traditional Pembrokeshire cottage in a unique, idyllic woodland and waterside setting. The cottage is reached via a private farm road 1/2 a mile from the centre of Cosheston village. It has its own slipway, providing direct access to the estuary for beach walks and launching small boats. The cottage has been recently restored and furnished to a very high standard. It has a new kitchen and new bathrooms, full central heating and a wood-burning stove.
“The cottage is in a beautiful tranquil setting off the beaten track. It was so refreshing to just listen to the birds without the background noise we usually encounter. The kitchen was recently refurbished but very much in keeping with the style of the cottage. It was really well stocked with pots, pans and equipment and it was lovely to eat off such an extensive range of matching crockery. The sitting room had comfy furniture and a welcoming wood burner. There are a range of books and dvd’s for cosy nights in. Excellent showers, crisp white bedding. We’d recommend a stroll down to the water’s edge at low tide - it felt very special. Despite some mixed weather, we managed to sit out every day and just listen to the sounds of nature. We also got out and about and would definitely recommend a visit to Stackpole. A memorable mini break!”