- St. Nicholas, Goodwick
- Postcode / Town:
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A traditional, colour washed, semi- detached welsh stone cottage with beamed ceilings on the edge of the hamlet of St. Nicholas, next to the village green and National trust Common.
The little used single track lane is full of wild flowers in the Spring and early Summer and is ideal for an evening stroll when you may well meeet a badger at dusk. There are many interesting walks in the locality: across to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path or along bridle tracks and quiet lanes, an ideal base for exploring Pembrokeshire’s sandy beaches and rocky bays.
Relax on the patio behind the cottage, set into the enclosed lawned garden with views towards the sea. Internally Llanfynnon offers comfortable accommodation. On the ground floor there is a delightful shaker style kitchen with open archway leading to the dining room. The kitchen is equipped with electric cooker, microwave and fridge freezer. A washing machine and dryer are housed in the old dairy attached to the house. The dining room has a pine table & chairs and wood burning stove effect electric fire. The bathroom is located to the rear of the cottage with shower, basin and wc. Across the front hallway you will find the lounge with a wood burning stove and comfortable lounge furniture and TV/DVD combi. From the hallway stairs lead to a double bedroom and another bedroom with full size bunk beds and a 3′ single bed. A travel cot and highchair are provided.
- Wood Burning Stove
- Bed linen provided
- Pets welcome
- Electric storage heaters throughout
- Travel Cot and High chair provided
- Tariff is all inclusive 2nd April to 24th September inc.
- Winter Fuel Charge £30 per week Oct to April inc.
- Guests are asked not to smoke indoors