This lovely mid-terrace cottage of Ffynnon Wen is situated in Dinas Cross, Pembrokeshire.
It's ideal for a family of four, as it's close to the shore, so you can enjoy neighbouring beaches before returning to the peace and tranquillity of this rural location.
The property has access to a shared driveway with space for up to two cars, allowing you to park and unload your bags as soon as you arrive.
Make yourself at home in the delightful living/dining room, where exposed masonry and a feature cast fire add character to the space; take a seat on the sumptuous sofa and watch a movie with your loved ones after a busy day.
When you're feeling peckish, head to the farmhouse-style kitchen, which is well-equipped, with a huge range stove and a convenient dishwasher.
When the group's aspiring chef has prepared a scrumptious lunch, enjoy it at the adjacent dining table while catching up on the day's events; alternatively, take it outside to the charming, gravelled garden for a tranquil, alfresco dinner!
As the day comes to an end, proceed upstairs to find two inviting bedrooms, one a twin room with access to a contemporary shower room, and the other a double with the quirky elements of a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, as well as access to a lovely en-suite bathroom.
As well as the private rear garden, there is a shared garden down some steep steps at the front of the home which allows you to enjoy the evening sun or to take a leisurely stroll into woodland down to the stream which borders the property.
Being at Dinas Cross means you're only a stone's throw away from The Ship Aground and the Masons Arms and a well-stocked convenience shop providing all you require for a self-catering holiday.
If you want to spend some time at the beach, the shores of Abberfforest, Cwm yr Eglwys, and Pwllgwaelod are only a short walk away and make for perfect family outings!
Travel to the neighbouring town of Newport to view the stunning River Nevern Wildfowl Conservation Area and Newport Beach, then travel further inland to the iconic 5,500-year-old Neolithic Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber.
Visit Fishguard, a picturesque seaside town with the gorgeous Lower Town, the setting for Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor's 'Under Milk Wood' and visit the Town Hall to view the wonderful 'Last Invasion Tapestry' which tells the story of the last invasion of mainland Britain in 1797.
There's plenty more to see, so why not follow the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to Cardigan or catch a boat from Fishguard to Rosslare or visit the UKs smallest city with a trip to view St Davids stunning cathedral?
Ffynnon Wen is wonderful base for any coastal getaway, where you will create everlasting memories with those who mean most.