Cottage in Freshwater East Beach, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Wales - Tranquil Beach Location Within Walking Distance Of The Pembrokeshire National Park Coastal Path
About Sue Lomas
Sue Lomas purchased this Cottage in 2014
Why Sue Lomas chose Pembroke
What makes this Cottage unique
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We have visited several times now with teenage lads through to them being adults. We also have two large dogs. One is slowing down now so being so close to the beach is perfect. We love coming here and always find new places to explore. The majority of places are dog friendly so never a problem going out to eat as well. Thanks again Sue and hopefully back again soon.
Lovely a bit isolated
A delightful peaceful piece of Pembrokeshire. The proximity to the beach was magic. I spent many enjoyable hours with a cup of coffee just sitting and enjoying the view, watching/listening to the sea, the people and especially the dogs.Our dogs had great fun and the garden was big enough for them to enjoy playing and running around.
A great holiday - beach at your back door, stunning views. A very special place.
Wonderful place to stay
This was our ideal place to be with our two dogs. Lovely, well equipped and comfy cottage. Fabulous view from the garden, straight out onto the beach. At night we left the bedroom window open so we could listen to the sound of the sea. Just lovely.
Cosy cottage in a stunning location.
To be able to walk straight onto the beach from the bottom of the garden is such a luxury. The dogs loved it so did we. The cottage is comfy and warm even when a hoolie is blowing outside .
The property is located on the beautiful golden sandy beach of Freshwater East which is safe for bathing and is on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path for those who enjoy walking and experiencing breathtaking scenery.
Sunniside is easily accessible by road, approximately 1 hr 45 mins driving time from the Severn Bridge via M4. The nearby village of Lamphey (2 miles) has a railway station and the National Bus Service calls at the town of Pembroke (3 miles approx). Ample taxi firms are available if using rail or bus services.
Sunniside is set in the coastal village of Freshwater East part of the National Park Coastal Path. 2 miles away is the village of Lamphey with its Palace ruins to explore. 3 miles away is the historical town of Pembroke with its maginificant castle where King Henry VII was born. 8 miles approx is the historical and tourist town of Tenby with its many places of interest to explore, a boat trip to Caldy Island not to be missed. Pembrokeshire is full of interesting places to visit.
Lamphey village (2 miles away) has its own old fashioned bakery ~ not to be missed! Garage with Spar Shop, Post Office. Church. Hairdresser. Good eating establishments Lamphey Hall Hotel; Dial Inn and Lamphey Court Hotel with its own Leisure Complex. Local shopping can be achieved in the towns of Tenby, Pembroke and Pembroke Dock which has several supermarkets.