Wonderful Cottage 50 meters from the water

Wonderful Cottage 50 meters from the water | Y Cleddau

Nestled in a secluded estuary in the Pembrokeshire National Park, a wonderful holiday cottage in Llangwm offers tranquility inside and out and is only 50meters from the water

Wonderful Cottage 50 meters from the water

Nestled in a secluded estuary in the Pembrokeshire National Park, away from the centre of the small former fishing village of Llangwm. This wonderful holiday cottage in Llangwm offers tranquility inside and out and is only 50 meters from the water and within a site of special scientific interest. Once you've arrived you can happily live without the car if you wish as all you need is within walking distance include stunning walks, water views, local pub and shop. If you do choose to explore the area further, within a short drive there are many great beaches, castles and other attractions to be enjoyed. This is an idyllic location for couples, or families looking for a romantic, relaxing or acitivity based retreat in Pembrokeshire. For kayakers and canoists there is direct access to the water.

Ground Floor

Cosy and snug lounge with log burner and comfy seating for 4 which includes a TV with built in DVD player.

Stylish fully equipped kitchen including Rayburn, electric hob and dishwasher.

Large dining area with seating for up to 4.


Stylish modern bathroom with bath and separate shower.

Master bedroom includes a modern oak sleigh bed, with wooden celing and old wooden fireplace. Pretty sash windows looking out to the wooded valley.

Double bedroom with storage and woodland views.


Pretty front garden with table and chairs set on slate flagstones amongst the borders.

Additional Information

Welcome Pack with local produce (e.g. honey and free-range eggs from the village, home-made chutney, local bread, milk, Welsh-cakes, Welsh butter, tea and coffee)
Initial supply of kindling and firewood for the woodburning stove provided.
Heating and electricity included
Bed-linen, hand and bath towels and a hairdryer provided.
Grapefruit, lemon and cedarwood organic toileteries provided by local producer, Conscious Skincare.
Wifi available
Ideal accommodation for the Llangwm literary festival.
No pets or smoking
Environmentally-friendly cleaning products included.
Off-road parking for one car

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  • 4 star What does a grading mean?
  • Sleeps up to 4
  • 2 double bedrooms
  • Enclosed garden
    Log fire
    Shop / pub within 1 mile
    Wi-fi / Internet
    Within 5 miles to beach
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    Lovely clean and well equipped cottage in great setting near the river.
    Owner provided lots of helpful information. Pembroke castle very interesting. Good beach at Broadhaven South and Bosherton Lily ponds worth a visit. The Cottage Inn, Llangwm also serve an excellent Sunday lunch.
    Couple from Leicestershire, Aug 2017

    Restful quiet location. Beautiful house with a nice spacious feel in quiet area of the village. Really close to the waters edge which was perfect for us as we took our own canoe so could launch it really easily.The best part for us was being out on the water as there is only a small amount of other boat movement and it was really tranquil.
    Recommendations: About 30 min drive to amazing beaches. We went to Broadhaven and did a coastal walk. Also went to Stackpile a National Trust area. You pay to park but then there is a hugh area to explore for free. Tried to swim at Barafundle beach but there were too many jellyfish! Friendly pub in the village, (didn't eat there, just had a drink)
    Couple from Cambridge, Aug 2017

    Good location, friendly people, peaceful and relaxing.
    Tips: Visit Picton Castle and Stackpole.
    Pete from Cotswolds, May 2017

    Very enjoyable lovely cottage, quiet location. Lots to see, do a little research before you go.
    Family from Lancashire, Oct 2016

    Total Escape
    Fabulous cottage to chill out, with everything you could need. The location is very central and easy to visit so many lovely places. St David's, Saundersfoot and especially Narberth with lovely little shops to browse. The Art gallery in St David's was a great find, the Sutherland exhibition made my day. We enjoyed fabulous local food, especially the cheeses and worked it off with coastal walks with stunning views. Can't wait to return.
    Pat from Berkshire, Jul 2016