In the Pembrokeshire coastal village of Dinas Cross, Cysgod Y Mor, is a charming two bedroom, semi-detached property.
It's hard to beat Cysgod Y Mor because of its ideal location along the Pembrokeshire Coast, where you'll find a plethora of lovely beaches and the nearby Pembrokeshire Coast National Park's breath-taking scenery.
Leave your car in one of the two off-street parking spaces available before heading to your new home from home.
Enjoy preparing delicious meals for your loved ones in the well-equipped kitchen/diner, which includes a dishwasher and washing machine for your convenience, ready to enjoy over a bottle of wine at the dining table for four.
On balmier evening’s why not dine alfresco in the enclosed back garden, where you can soak up the last rays of the day?
As the night grows darker, gather your loved ones on the plush sofas to enjoy a family film night or Netflix on the Smart TV.
Follow the stairs up to the first floor, where you can relax in the bath or freshen up under the overhead shower.
There are two well-appointed bedrooms to select from when it’s time for bed, a double and bunk room, both with plenty of storage space for your belongings.
Visit the Ship Aground or the Masons Arms in the village for a well-deserved supper with your loved ones - both serve hearty pub fayre and local ales, great for when you want to take a break from cooking.
You can also pick up any last-minute necessities in the village's convenience shop.
For a fun-filled day, walk down to Pwllgwaelod Beach, where you can bathe on the sands or paddle the shores.
Then take the Coast Path around Dinas Head to the stunning beach at Cwm-Yr-Eglwys before walking back to your home base!.
There is also the idyllic valley path for when you fancy a leisurely stroll with stunning views out towards Fishguard Harbour.
The nearby Preseli Hills Mountain are a great place to go hiking for those seeking a more challenging walk with outstanding views of Cardigan Bay from atop Carn Ingli.
Visit Newport, where you'll find a variety of wildlife-filled trails, as well as the sand and surf at Newport Beach.
For those seeking a piece of history, be sure to visit the postcard picture perfect 5500 year old Neolithic Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber before a visit to the fascinating site of Castell Henllys Iron Age Village.
Continue into Fishguard, where you can learn about Welsh heroine Jemima Nicholas and her trusted pitchfork against the Napoleonic French in 1797, by visiting the Last Invasion Tapestry in the Town Hall and take in the beauty of Lower Town, the location for Hollwyood epics such as Gregory Peck's Moby Dick and Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood.
Stretch your legs further with a visit to the UKs smallest city and the incredible sight of Wales' Patron Saint's cathedral in St Davids!
Your adventure to Pembrokeshire begins at Cysgod Y Mor.