This tiny village of Mathry is ideally placed near the North Pembrokeshire coast just two miles from the beach at Abercastle.
The beach is popular for safe bathing and boating. In summer it is a picturesque scene, with the variety of fishing boats casting their reflections on the tranquil water.
The terraced holiday cottage overlooks the village church and is convenient to the local pub (The Farmers) where excellent bar meals are served. There is also Siop Fach Tea Rooms which serves breakfast and lunches and has an interesting selection of collectables on sale.
The entrance leads into the LOUNGE/DINING ROOM, which is spacious and tastefully furnished. This room has beamed ceilings, open fireplace, settee, easy chairs, Smart TV, DVD player and items of occasional furniture.
The DINING AREA contains a Welsh dresser, dining table and chairs, made by the local Woodturner.
The KITCHEN contains a selection of fitted cupboards, breakfast bar, electric cooker, microwave oven, fridge, dishwasher and automatic washing machine.
The ground floor SHOWER ROOM contains a shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms. The MASTER BEDROOM contains a kingsize pine bed.
The SECOND BEDROOM contains twin pine beds.
Bedlinen is provided for the beds which have duvets.
There is a small enclosed garden to the rear of the property.
Parking at the front of the property.
There is full oil fired central heating throughout the property, with £10 per week supplement for use from October to March inclusive. Please leave your £10 payment for the central heating at the property. Electricity is included in the rental.
A cot and highchair are available.
Towels available on request - £5 per guest.
Please note that prices include our £30 Booking Fee
No Fuel Surcharge for October.
See property info for fuel charges in October. plus a fuel charge of £0 per week in October..
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