Y Cleddau

Llangwm, Pembrokeshire & West Wales

  • 4 Star
  • 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

You can book this property from:

  • £506 per week
  • £72 per night
  • 4 Star

Features

Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 2 double beds

Appliances

  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher

Bathrooms

  • 1 WC
  • Towels provided

Outdoors

  • Garden or courtyard
  • Barbecue
  • Private parking
  • Rural location

How far to ...?

  • Beach 10 miles
  • Pub 0.5 miles
  • Shop 0.5 miles

Special Features

  • WiFi
  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Welcome pack

Nearby activities

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Watersports
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Pony trekking/horse riding

Accessibility

  • Walk-in shower

Important - please note

House Rules

  • Sorry, infants (aged under 2) are not allowed at this property
  • Sorry, children (aged between 2 and 17) are not allowed at this property
  • Check in: 4:00pm
  • Check out: 9:00am

Description

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 canoeists there is direct access to the water.


Ground Floor

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

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

Large dining area 


Upstairs

Stylish modern bathroom with bath and separate shower.

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

Double bedroom with storage and woodland views.


Garden

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 toiletries provided by local producer, Conscious Skincare.
Wifi available
Washer/Dryer
Ideal accommodation for the Llangwm literary festival.
No pets or smoking
Environmentally-friendly cleaning products included.

Off-road parking for one car

No children or infants

Reviews

A lovely cosy cottage in a beautiful location, with lots to explore nearby for families. We had a terrific week here, much benefitted from friendly advice from the owner and cottage neighbours.

Mr W,

A beautiful cottage so homely and cosy. Have never been to Wales before ... what a stunning part of the UK

Past Customer,

This is a wonderful cottage in a tranquil location with many beaches and walks nearby. On our first night, we took a peaceful stroll along the estuary, which is conveniently placed near the house. Also, the nearby fields are perfect for football and other games: there is even a playpark.

Past Customer,

A lovely interior and location. It is a really lovely cottage with friendly neighbours.

Past Customer,

We immediately felt welcome and comfortable. The 'cottage' is cosy and spacious. We loved the art-work, photographical, decor and whimsical humour. It has been delightful! We have both fallen in love with Pembrokeshire, taking endless photos, some as a source of future painting.

Past Customer,

We have been coming to this area for over 30 years, and this is by far the best for us. Great for fishing, walking and as always a great meal at the Lawrenny Arms. Lovely neighbours and spectacular views on and off the water.

Past Customer,

This comfortable cottage is in a pretty and peaceful location, close to the water's edge, accessible via a single track road. The cottage has a small front garden and a separate enclosed garden across the access path. There is parking opposite the cottage. This is an ideal location for boat owners. The cottage has a Rayburn stove which provides heating and constant hot water and can be used for cooking. The cottage has wi fi but the phone signal is poor in this location. There are some outstanding coastal walks in this part of Pembrokeshire as well as castles, gardens and other attractions.

Mrs M,

Clean and comfortable character cottage in a quiet location near the edge of tidal waters. A thoughtful and generous owner who takes the trouble to make sure that guests are comfortable.

Mr E,

Everything is wonderful!

Past Customer,

Location

This holiday cottage in Llangwm is one of a small row of 4 houses along the waters edge of the Cleddau Esturay. The cottage is situated off a quiet no-through road 50 metres from the Cleddau Estuary/Cleddau Ddu, which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. You can walk into Llangwm which is a traditional village with shop/post office and a good village pub serving classic meals and the landlord is only too happy to order in local specialities, such as crab and local fish if asked in advance. Sunday lunch is excellent with prices to match and each Friday is locally caught fish and chip day. Llangwm holds an annual literary festival.

There are some great places to eat nearby to suit all tastes and budgets. Beggars Roost in Burton is just 3 miles away. Situated within a converted rectory in 9 acres of landscaped gardens, Beggars Roost serves excellent meals in its restaurant, including Tomato Brie and Spinach Tart, Salmon with Honey and Ginger, and Steak and Ale Pie. Friday night is steak night. Also in Burton is the Jolly Sailor that overlooks the water and has an extensive wine list and equally extensive menu, including plenty of local produce.

The area is well know for its stunning beaches and local favorites include the award winning Barafundle and Broadhaven South. St Davids is 20 miles away with its beautiful Cathedral and great small local shops. Other villages worth visiting are Solva with its pretty harbour and Narbeth with its antique shops. Sightseeing, wildlife watching, fishing and pleasure boat trips can all be booked from St Davids. Other attractions in the area include the Blue lagoon water park, Oakwood theme park, and Hetherton World of Activities.

Beaches

Broad Haven's westerly facing large sandy beach. 10 miles

Water Sports

Surfboards, windsurfers, kayaks, bodyboards can be hired from Haven Sports in Broad Haven. 10 miles

Walking

Great walks from the cottage including the All Wales / Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. 0.1 miles

Fishing

Fishing with the estuary and also there are also many shoreline marks in the area. Boat Trips can also be booked from St Martins Haven. 13 miles.

Golf

Mayfield Golf club and driving range. 3 miles

Cycling

The Tour of Pembrokeshire is a great annual cycling event in the area. With quiet country roads you can cycle from the cottage. 0.1 miles.

Pony trekking

Nolton Stables Beach Riding is an award-winning family run business in the picturesque Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. 13 miles