For those who want undisturbed peace and quite with sea views in glorious Pembrokeshire countryside, Pwllcrochan has it all.

The cottage is situated 300 yards from the sea in its own 4 acre grounds which includes a small lake on the beautiful North Pembrokeshire coast between Fishguard (5 miles away) and St Davids (12 miles away). Haverfordwest is approximately 15 miles. Strumble Head is close by and the nearest village is St Nicholas.

Pwllcrochan Cottage is a traditional Welsh cottage which has recently been extensively renovated. It comprises of a large west facing lounge with french doors which lead onto a large patio, good sized modern kitchen/diner, a family bathroom, a large ensuite double bedroom with a double bed plus a single bedchair which can be useful if you have a small child and a small bedroom with two single beds, however in the case of two couples staying at the cottage, there is the option of using the large comfortable bed settee in the lounge.

The cottage is surrounded by a large mainly contained garden. Beyond the garden, the grounds are a wildlife lovers delight and include a small lake overlooking the sea which attracts many water birds and insects.

The cottage sits above Pwllcrochan Bay, ¼ mile from the nearest house and is 200 yards from the main Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.

Pwllcrochan Bay has an extremely private beach, access is down a rockface but there is a rope to help you and although at high tide the beach is covered, once the tide has dropped a beautiful sandy beach is exposed. For those perhaps not so brave there are a number of other coves and beaches in very close proximity.

Vehicular access to the cottage is off a quiet lane via a track around the edge of a field.

Things to do locally include walking the wonderful coastal paths, golf, game, sea and course fishing, horse riding and excellent surfing at many local beaches including Pwllcrochan or alternatively the world famous Newgale Beach is only about 12 miles away.

We welcome one well behaved dog

* Care should be taken especially with young children as the lake is very deep in places