Description: About Sea Glass
2 Bedroom Coastal Retreat in Freshwater East in Pembrokeshire
With sea views out across the farmland to the sea beyond and a light and airy interior, Sea Glass is a great place to wake up to on holiday and sleeps up to 4 guests. Set in a well maintained holiday village in the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, close to sandy Freshwater East beach, this is a good spot for surfing and relaxing by the seaside. Come, relax and unwind with friends or family on holiday in this beautiful part of Wales.
Sorry no pets allowed.
Inside this 2 Bedroom Holiday Home in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
On the Ground Floor:
• Open plan kitchen/dining/living area comprising of a lounge area with two sofas (a two and a three seater), flat screen TV with FreeSat, DVD player, books and games.
• Kitchen with electric hob and oven, fridge/freezer, microwave and washing machine.
• Dining area with table and four chairs.
• Double bedroom with shelves, hanging space, bedside tables and lights.
• Bedroom with zip and link beds – can be arranged as either a king-size bed or as a twin (please request required layout at time of booking),
• Family bathroom with electric shower over bath, WC, washbasin and two heated electric towel rails.
It is also equipped with storage heaters and double glazing for warm and cosy off season breaks.
Discover some of the Best of Pembrokshire on a Cottage Break
There is a wooded hillside rising behind the property and in the valley below is a wetlland nature reserve with free access to the public.In the village of Freshwater East is the welcoming Freshwater Inn. Lamphey is just two miles away and has a mainline station with direct trains to Pembroke and Swansea (plus connections to London, Midlands etc), plus a shop, bakery, post office, petrol station and pub. There are also several other good pubs within a few miles.
The Coastal Cruiser shuttle bus stops at the entrance to the Village site every day (from May to September) and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path can be joined at the entrance too.
There is so much to see and do in South Pembrokeshire including walking, surfing, coasteering, horse riding, kayaking, bird watching and boat trips to offshore islands such as Caldey Island (off Tenby).
For shopping and dining out, the charming historic town of Pembroke, with its magnificent castle and supermarkets, shops, cafes and pubs, is just five miles away and the county town of Haverfordwest, with extensive shopping facilities is eighteen miles from Sea Glass.
Family days out can be enjoyed at Folly Farm at Kilgetty, Adventure Centre near Narberth or the Blue Lagoon indoor waterpark also near Narberth.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2014
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More About this Property and Booking Information
If you are interested in booking, please call the owner, and discuss their booking process. They may ask that you book via a booking form and that you pay by bank transfer.
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Setting and Local Information
Local Attractions near Freshwater East
Top Attractions: Apart from the activities listed above, there are castles at Pembroke, Manorbier, Carew, Llawhaden, Cilgerran,and Llansteffan. Gardens at Colby Woodland and Stackpole (including the Lily ponds) also PIcton Castle and the National Botanic Garden of Wales. Museums in Haverfordwest, Tenby, Pembroke, and the Iron Age hill fort at Castell Henllys.
Recommended Places to Visit: All attractions listed above. Boat trip to Caldey Island St. Davids cathedral, Bishops palace and the town itself. Coastal walks, recommend the Angle peninsula, Freshwater East to Manorbier or Stackpole on the Coast Path, the Dale area. The Preseli hills
Annual Eventst: Pembrokeshire Fish Week June 28th to July 6th. Pembrokeshire Agricultural Show mid August. At Oriel y Parc Gallery (St Davids) : Pembrokeshire Craftsmen August 1st to 31st; Peter Blake's illustrations for "Under MIlk Wood" May 17th to September 23rd.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Boathouse, Stackpole Quay SA71 5LS The Stackpole Inn, Stackpole, SA71 5DF St. Govans Inn, Bosherton. The Castle Inn, Manorbier. Carew Inn, Carew
Local Sports: boating, hiking, horse riding, kayaking, sailing, surfing, walking, watersports
Nearest Train Station: Lamphey, 2 miles away