This single storey cottage near Broad Haven is one of 5 converted from stone farm buildings in a landscaped courtyard setting 2 miles from Haverfordwest and 5 miles from the beautiful beaches at Broad and Little Havens; see also V419/V420. A rural location with the coast and a whole host of sporting and holiday activities within easy reach. Retaining some original features, this Broad Haven cottage has recently been refurbished in contemporary style and comprises double and single bedrooms, a bath/shower room and kitchen/living room with a high 'cathedral' ceiling. Accessed via a proper staircase is a gallery twin bedroom with restricted headroom, suitable for children only. Washing machine, Freeview TV, DVD and gas central heating. Shared laundry with tumble dryer & freezer. Small front patio with picnic furniture, shared lawn and toddlers' play area; large public recreation area opposite, good for football and walking the dog! No smoking inside. Towels provided.
Max 3 Adults; £15 deposit if taking a dog, Electric & heating incl
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This conversion of a former farm building is mostly single storey, one of a group of cottages in a 'courtyard' setting. Parking is in a shared parking area close to the cottage. The main access door from the paved patio area leads direct into the living room, up one small step. There is a picnic bench to the front of the cottage, with small lawned area. The open-plan living room has oak flooring and high beamed ceiling, magnolia painted brick and stone walls; lounge area with large L-shaped leather sofa, remote control TV and DVD player; dining table and six chairs; fitted kitchen area to one side with white units and black worktops. There are spotlights and wall lights. There are two ground floor bedrooms. The double and single bedrooms are carpeted, have magnolia emulsion walls and beamed ceilings, cream fitted wardrobe units, ceiling spotlights and bedside reading lights. From the living room, a narrow wooden staircase, with banister to the right, rises to a gallery bedroom looking down over the living room, with low sloping beamed ceiling giving limited headroom, two single beds, white emulsion decor, and spotlighting. The bathroom (ground floor) also has a tiled floor, fully tiled walls in pale pastel shade, white bathroom suite, with electric power shower over the bath. Beamed ceiling and a shaver light over the mirror above the basin. Across the courtyard there is a shared laundry room with washing machine, tumble dryer and shared freezer (there is also a washing machine and fridge/freezer in the cottage).