Ground Floor: Glazed porch, hall, sittting room leading to double room/ensuite bathroom/shower attachment/whb/wc, kitchen/diner.
First Floor: Double room/kingsize bed, shower room/whb/wc, twin room/ensuite shower room/whb/wc.
Parking: 1 space on pull-in on shared drive, or roadside.
Facilities: Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV, DVD player, CD player/radio/bluetooth speaker, WiFi, towels, garden furniture.
Heating: Oil central heating, wood burner.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & Oil: FREE.
This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.
Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.
The cottage is a three bedroom two floor property. The house is approached either from the back where cars can be parked quite close to the gate or from the front where a car can be parked close to a side gate just to drop off. There is a small step at the both entrances, but the back door has enough capacity for a user to add a temporary ramp if need. There is no ramp at the property this would have to be the guests own. There is a small ridge to the door frame at the bottom which could be overcome with a ramp. Once inside, the ground floor is all on one level. Doors have been replaced to provide good sized openings. Apart from a rug in the living room, the ground floor is constructed a grey slate and is therefore level. There are two flights of stairs to the upper floor, but no lift. Once upstairs, the floor is level between the rooms. The two upstairs showers are quite large, but have a small ridge to access them. The downstairs bathroom has no shower, but a large bath with shower attachment. The access to the room has a flat surface, but there is no bath lift function. This is a large bathroom, but is the en-suite for the downstairs double bedroom. The colour of the rooms are either white or pastel shades. There is lots of lighting in every room with modern halogen lights and side lights. There are two wall lights in both the front and back garden. The kitchen has under cupboard lighting and black granite surfaces. Guide dogs are welcome at the property in all areas. There are good taxi services from Haverfordwest and a railway station in the town. The village of Keeston is serviced by buses running along the A487.
'Over the last 20 years we have stayed in many different holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire and this one is definitely one of the best! Everything is of a very high standard and it is warm and cosy during this awful weather we have had! Thanks! '
'Fantastic 2 weeks, lovely house-very spacious to have own space! Visited many of the fantastic beaches - Newgale great for body boarding but Broad Haven South was our favourite. Whole Stackpole Estate was great including the lily ponds and Boathouse cafe for a cup of tea and cake. Walks along the coast path fantastic, would recommend Marloes- Martin Haven and Nolton Haven - Broad Haven (the later we took the Puffin Shuttle from Broad Haven to Nolton and walked back to the car park). Another high was riding with Nolton Stables on the beach- fantastic experience and lovely staff. Cottage is the perfect location and a great base for exploring West Pembrokeshire. We will definitely be back! The Fogden family'
'Beautiful cottage, so relaxing- thank you! What a wonderful area this is, we hope to come back. The round Island of Ramsey rib trip was a real high especially with teenagers!! Riding on the beach with Nolton Stables was fantastic. Great weather. Thank you for an awesome week in your lovely cottage! The Griffiths family'
'We have enjoyed our week in Bwythyn Clyd even if it did rain every day, there were bright sunny spells. Our top places to visit were Pembroke Castle, Picton Castle and Gardens and the National Botanic Garden of Wales. The beaches are great too but make sure you have plenty of 20p pieces for the beachside loos! Lovely walks on the cliffs with wildlife in abundance. Many thanks. The Smith Family'
We have enjoyed our week in Bwythyn Clyd. Our top places to visit were Pembroke Castle, Picton Castle & Gardens and the National Botanic Garden of Wales. The beaches are great too! Lovely walks on the cliffs with wildlife in abundance. Many thanks
Beautiful cottage, so relaxing - Thank You. What a wonderful area this is, we hope to come back. The round island of Ramsey trip was a real high especially with teenagers! Riding on the beach with Nolton Stables was fantastic. Great weather!! Thank you for an awesome week in your lovely cottage.
Fantastic 2 weeks, lovely home - very spacious to have own space! Visited many of the fantastic beaches - Newgale is great for body boarding but Broad Haven South was our favourite. Whole of Stackpole Estate was great including the lily ponds and Boathouse Cafe for a cup of tea & cake! Walks along the coast path fantastic, would recommend Marloes to Martin Haven & Nolton Haven to Broad Haven. Another high was riding with Nolton Stables on the beach - fantastic experience and lovely staff. Rising Sun pub - excellent food, service and welcome - great for dogs. Cottage is in the perfect location & a great base for exploring west Pembrokeshire. We will definitely be back!
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