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The Cleddau River supports lots of bird life - herons, little egrets, a great variety of waders, kingfishers and swans thumb-1
Cresswell Quay - an idyllic spot for watching the sunset, having a picnic or a drink at the old riverside pub, the Cresselly Arms thumb-1
Magnificent Carew Castle thumb-1
Enjoy delicious homemade food at the award winning Quayside Cafe Bar in Lawrenny thumb-1
Visit the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park around Landshipping to experience a quieter pace of life in beautiful tranquil surroundings thumb-1
The Secret Haven Waterway has plenty of riverside trails that run through ancient woodlands thumb-1
Manorbier Beach is a great favourite with golden sands to play on thumb-1
Barafundle Beach (N.T) - golden sands backed by dunes with crystal clear waters and reached by a short walk from nearby Stackpole Quay thumb-1
One of Tenby's gorgeous sandy beaches thumb-1
Pembrokeshire's unspoilt coast, waterways and countryside attract vast colonies of sea birds - otters, seals and puffins to name a few thumb-1
Skomer Island - the puffins in early summer are sure to make you smile! thumb-1
The colourful market town of Narberth is full of character thumb-1
Folly Farm, Anna Rayder Richardson's Wild Welsh Zoo, Scolton Manor Museum and Oakwood Theme Park are just some of the attractions for fun filled family days out thumb-1
For an active family day out try go-karting at Heatherton Park near Tenby thumb-1

Rosemary Cottage West Williamson nr. Lawrenny, Cresswell Quay and Carew

  • Sleeps 5
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Dog
  • Reference 871
Small Party Discount available

£50 off 1 - 2 persons

Why we recommend Rosemary Cottage...

Cresswell Quay holiday cottage near Lawrenny & Carew waterside villages and popular Pembrokeshire seaside resort of Tenby.

About Rosemary Cottage
Cresswell Quay holiday cottage near Lawrenny in rural Pembrokeshire
  • Pembrokeshire holiday cottage (Cresswell Quay) to let set deep in beautiful, tranquil countryside at the edge of a tiny hamlet near Lawrenny - a walkers, painters and birdwatcher's paradise. Popular with canoeists and kayaker's.
  • The cottage, with wooden floors throughout, is tastefully decorated and furnished in a Scandinavian style.
  • The lounge/diner/kitchen, a light, airy, spacious room, has a large Danish wood burning stove and patio doors opening out onto a decking area - ideal for outdoor eating.
  • The owners' separate self-contained studio, only used for very occasional visits, shares the same driveway, but is completely private and separate from Rosemary Cottage.
Wild Flower Meadow
  • Cresswell Quay holiday cottage has a large garden with apple trees, an ancient stone pig sty and a wild flower meadow.


About The Area
Bird watchers delight at Cresswell Quay near Lawrenny
  • Steep Pembrokeshire wooded banks frame the sweeping bend in the river at Cresswell Quay near Lawrenny - an idyllic spot for watching the sunset, having a picnic or a drink at the old riverside pub, the Cresselly Arms.
  • Lots of bird life on this tidal river - herons, a great variety of waders, kingfishers and across the water is Scotland Wood with buzzards soaring high above the trees.
  • Why not try a canoe or kayak trip on a summers evening along the river from Lawrenny to Cresswell Quay or a walk along the river bank through mystical ancient oak woodland with views across the river to Benton Castle?
Local shopping
  • For large supermarket shopping visit Pembroke Dock about 4 miles away. For more individual and interesting shops including delicatessen and green grocer try Pembroke or Narberth.
Broad Haven, Freshwater, Barafundle (NT), Manorbier & Tenby Blue Flag Beaches
  • South Pembrokeshire's finest golden beaches - Broad Haven South, Freshwater West, Barafundle, Manorbier and Tenby are all nearby and other family favourites like Oakwood Leisure Park, Folly Farm, Heatherton Country Park, romantic ruined Carew Castle and Tidal Mill are all within a short drive of this rural Pembrokeshire cottage.
Family Fun
  • Folly Farm, Anna Ryder Richardson's Wild Welsh Zoo, Heatherton Activity Park, Bluestone Water Park, Dinosaur Park and the Tudor Merchant House (NT) are just a sample of the quality family attractions in the south of the county.
Upton Castle Gardens and Medieval Chapel
  • Enjoy utter peace and tranquillity in the beautiful 35 acres of gardens filled with colour and an impressive collection of rare trees and shrubs overlooked by the handsome 13th century Upton Castle (not open to the public). Explore the rose garden, herbaceous borders, woodland walks, medieval fish ponds remains and traditional walled vegetable garden. The castle and Medieval Chapel which is older than the castle were investigated by Channel 4's Time Team in 2013.
Boat Trips
  • Exceptional wildlife boat trips, coastal cruises, historic river tours and access to offshore islands are available from Tenby Harbour, Neyland Marina and Martin's Haven. Expect to see myriad seabirds including comical puffins and shy manx shearwaters, seals, dolphins, Napoleonic forts, a bustling Haven Waterway, the tranquil and industrious monks of Caldey Island and their Grade II listed Italianate Abbey designed by John Coates-Carter in 1906.
Narberth Market Town s short drive from cottage in rural Pembrokeshire
  • Narberth is a bustling old town with many independent and individual shops, galleries, crafts, antiques a choice of places to eat and drink and a free car park (except summer).
Stackpole Village, Inn, Quay (NT) & Barafundle Bay
  • The pretty village of Stackpole has an award winning Inn serving excellent food. Look out for the Millennium arch over the school gate on the opposite side of the road. The tiny picturesque quay ( National Trust) has the Boathhouse Tearoom close by. An ideal place in which to drink tea in the garden and watch the world go by. The energetic should take picnics and bathing costumes and walk over the headland to Barafundle Bay. A beautiful spot for a swim and claimed to have 'everything to make a summer special'.
Lawrenny Riverside Village & Quayside Cafe near Cresswell Quay holiday cottage
  • Walk along the river bank, listen to the birds. Look for little whitewashed Benton Castle nestled in the trees on the opposite side of the river and enjoy a leisurely meal and bottle of wine on the lawn of award winning Quayside Cafe.
Walk from Amroth to Lydstep
  • Keen, fit walkers might enjoy this surprisingly taxing walk with continued interest along the way including woodland stretches and magnificent coastal scenery.
King Quoit Burial Chamber, Manorbier
  • The chamber is spectacularly placed above Manorbier Bay. It has two small side stones and a cap stone.
The Dunes Riding Centre, Martletwy
  • Riding opportunities for all the family through the Pembrokeshire countryside.
  • Steep Pembrokeshire wooded banks frame the sweeping bend in the river at Cresswell Quay near Lawrenny - an idyllic spot for watching the sunset, having a picnic or a drink at the old riverside pub, the Cresselly Arms.

Property Layout

3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 5. 1 Double with Kingsize bed, wood burning stove (not in use), 1 Twin with original fireplace, (not in use) 1 Single. All bed linen is 100% cotton.

Bathroom with full suite and hand held shower over bath.

Kitchen/Dining/Living Room electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, Welsh slate worktops, dining suite seating 6, large sofa, 2 armchairs, occasional furniture, TV/DVD and music centre. Danish wood burning stove, patio doors to decking area and garden.

Utility room washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge/freezer.

Grounds more than 2 acres of garden and grounds to enjoy, decking with garden furniture and barbecue. Stone pigsty - great children's den.

 

Additional Information

 

Short breaks - No

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - No

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Oil central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £20 p/w. Welcome pack of logs free

Dogs - 1 at £25 p/w

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - No

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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Property Layout

3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 5. 1 Double with Kingsize bed, wood burning stove (not in use), 1 Twin with original fireplace, (not in use) 1 Single. All bed linen is 100% cotton.

Bathroom with full suite and hand held shower over bath.

Kitchen/Dining/Living Room electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, Welsh slate worktops, dining suite seating 6, large sofa, 2 armchairs, occasional furniture, TV/DVD and music centre. Danish wood burning stove, patio doors to decking area and garden.

Utility room washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge/freezer.

Grounds more than 2 acres of garden and grounds to enjoy, decking with garden furniture and barbecue. Stone pigsty - great children's den.

 

Additional Information

 

Short breaks - No

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - No

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Oil central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £20 p/w. Welcome pack of logs free

Dogs - 1 at £25 p/w

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - No

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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