- Countryside Views - Farmhouse style Kitchen - Large Lawned Garden - Short Drive to Beach
Child Friendly Holiday Information
Curlew Cottage is a lovely property, just a short drive away from the beach. It has a sheltered patio and large lawned garden.
Owner also supplies a cot, highchair, baby monitors, stairgate, child friendly dvd's, plastic cutlery, plates and cups, 2 kiddie steps for the bathroom, potty, toys and books, socket covers, rocking horse and cupboard locks.
2+ Double Beds
Full Central Heating
***Discounts available for parties sleeping 4 out of season. Please call 01437 772 754 to check price.***
Curlew Cottage is a semi detached barn conversion.
Set between the villages of Keeston and Camrose it is conveniently located in beautiful countryside and only a short drive from the glorious sandy beaches of Newgale, Druidston, Broad Haven, Little Haven and Nolton where watersports and other activities abound; and halfway between Britain's smallest city St Davids and the market town of Haverfordwest. Many of the surrounding villages have pubs of character to sample.
It is comfortably furnished and finished to a high standard throughout with a spacious farmhouse style kitchen/diner. The light, double aspect and large lounge, with cosy sofas to relax in, has stairs leading up to the pretty bedrooms in the eaves. Stable doors lead out one way to a sheltered patio overlooking the courtyard and a large lawn the other offering lovely rural views, an ideal spot to enjoy an alfresco meal and children to play.
Curlew Cottage is in an excellent base from which to explore this scenic and historic County.
Double electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, 2 TVs, 2 DVD players, phone - free local calls - the landline will no longer be available from 1st August 2014, WiFi, garden furniture.
Heating: Oil central heating, under floor heating in kitchen/diner, electric ‘woodburner’ effect fire.
Electricity: & Oil: £20 per week Oct - March, free April - Sept.
Parking: Ample off road.
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