Inglenook is a self contained part of a large, detached Victorian house set in the popular village of Manorbier. Comfortably furnished in a contemporary style, it enjoys a light, fresh feel with the original high ceilings and sash windows. An enclosed, stone patio to the front is an ideal spot to enjoy a relaxing drink on a summer’s evening or cosy up on the sofas in the lounge on chillier evenings. The children will enjoy playing in the public play park next door. The modern, tiled, fitted kitchen with diner and laminate flooring lends itself to leisurely family meals while stairs lead up to the bedrooms above with crisp, white linen and feature fireplaces.
Conveniently located there are several pubs and a well stocked village shop on your doorstep. A short walk takes you to the wonderful sandy beach, perfect to while away the days building sandcastles, swimming or surfing. Alternatively the privately owned Norman Castle is well worth a visit during the season.
Join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and explore the hidden coves and sandy beaches nearby, to the east lies Lydstep and the bustling seaside town of Tenby, while to the west is Freshwater East and Barafundle Bay. There are a variety of family attractions close by including Folly Farm Adventure Theme Park & Zoo, Oakwood Theme Park, Heatherton World of Activities and Manor House Wildlife Park.
An ideal holiday home for families and couples alike or open up the interlinking doors with The Nook for a larger group. Inglenook can be booked with The Nook 43144 as a sleep 8, discounts available on request, please call for details - 01437 767600.
Ground Floor: Hall, lounge, kitchen/diner, bathroom/shower cubicle/whb/wc.
First Floor: Double room, twin room, shower room/whb/wc.
Parking: 1 space on drive.
Facilities: Electric oven and gas hob, fridge, microwave, washing machine, TV/freesat, DVD player, towels for hire @ £6 per person per week, garden furniture. Use of shared garage for storing bikes etc.
Pet Notes: No.
Heating: Gas central heating.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & Gas: £15 per week October - April, free May - September.
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.
Approached via an A-road then about half a mile on to a B-road. Go down the hill into the village. Inglenook is the front half of the double fronted house. Go through the gateway next door to the playground. There are 3 white garages behind the house. Parking for Inglenook is on the tarmac area in front of the middle garage. Please leave enough space between your vehicle and the playground fence for the owners of the cottage and garage behind Inglenook to reach their properties. Inglenook has 2 entrances. The one nearest the parking space is at the back left hand side of the house past the enclosed patio of The Nook. It is a short distance from the parking area to this door over slightly uneven tarmac. This door is up 3 concrete steps each with a tread of approximately 23cms (9"). There is another narrow concrete step approximately 10cms (4") high and a shallow threshold into the kitchen. The main entrance to Inglenook is from the road. It is a slightly longer distance (approximately 20 metres) from the parking space to the road. There is a slight slope over uneven tarmac. Turn right onto the road and walk a few metres to the gateway. There is a shallow step up to a gate. The garden path slopes gently down to 3 concrete steps each with a tread of approximately 23cms (9") leading down to the front door. There is a narrow concrete step approximately 10cms (4") up to the door with a shallow threshold. Ground floor facilities include a kitchen/diner, separate sitting room and fully tiled bathroom/shower/whb/wc. In the sitting room there is a TV with teletext and some audio visual equipment, all operated by remote control. The bathroom door is standard width. The shower tray is raised approximately 12.5cms (5") from the floor. The kitchen has a tiled floor, laminate worktops and a low level oven. The dining area has a laminate floor. The sitting room, hall, stairs, landing and bedrooms have short piled carpet. Upstairs there is a fully tiled shower/whb/wc. The shower room door is slightly narrower than standard width. The shower tray is approximately 12.5cms (5") from the floor. All rooms are decorated in light colours and well lit (natural and artificial lighting). The garden is at the front of the property and is mainly covered in pebbles. There is a flat area immediately in front of the house. Public Transport. There is an hourly bus (No. 349) to Tenby or Pembroke/Haverfordwest. The bus shelter is at the entrance to the playground about 20 metres from Inglenook.
Excellent location and well equipped, we love Manorbier and it is within easy reach to many beautiful beaches. Thank you
The house is nicely located in the village with a shop/post office and pub nearby. Being close to the coastal path and on a well-served bus route was also important to us.
Lovely cottage, comfortable, good location, peaceful and quiet. Thanks
Very comfortable and quiet, cottage also had everything we required. It has been a lovely holiday based in a beautiful area and excellent accommodation.
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