The Glen is a delightful detached house, designed along the Arts & Crafts style, set down a private lane in the heart of the village of Lydstep. This spacious house has been comfortably furnished throughout, the dual aspect sitting room is a welcome retreat with French doors looking onto the enclosed rear garden which is landscaped and beautifully planted with a paved terrace, perfect for alfresco dining on a warm summer’s evening and 2 steps up to the large lawn. An archway leads from the dining room to the well-equipped, fitted kitchen. Sea and countryside views can be enjoyed from the front of the house and from two of the double bedrooms, you can even hear the sea on occasions.
A short walk down the lane takes you to the beautiful beach at Lydstep Haven or explore the stunning rocky headland belonging to the National Trust, join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to take in this breath-taking coastline. There is a friendly village pub, serving food within walking distance, as well as a well-stocked garden nursery and local health and beauty spa. Just 3 miles to the east lies the bustling town of Tenby with its range of facilities, beautiful sandy beaches and picturesque harbour; why not take a boat trip to the island of Caldey with its Cistercian Monastery, or a fishing trip. To the west is the pretty village of Manorbier, enjoy a visit to its Medieval Castle and wonderful beach. For golfing enthusiasts there is a choice of courses nearby.
The Glen is an ideal holiday home for families and friends to get together.
Ground Floor: Glazed porch, hall, single bedroom, utility room, shower room/step up to shower cubicle/whb/wc, sitting room, dining room, kitchen with back door leading to garden and outside boiler room.
First Floor: Double bedroom/king size bed, bathroom/shower cubicle/whb/wc, double bedroom, twin bedroom.
Facilities: Electric double oven and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV, DVD player, WiFi, garden furniture.
Pets: 2 - £10 per pet per week/short break
Heating: Oil central heating.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & Oil: £25 per week Sept - May; free June - August.
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.
1. There is ample private parking within the front paviored curtilage for 4 cars. 2. The front (west) steps can be accessed on foot from front paviored area or through hand gate from the lane verge on the west up 1 step over cobbled pathway. Up 1 further step to paviored pathway leading to front door steps. 3. Up 3 steps to front door leading into porch and hall. 4. Turn right in hall to cottage stairway (14 steps) leading to first floor and also turn right along ground floor passageway. 5. From ground floor passageway, Bedroom 4 is on your right and further on, again on your right, are utility room and shower room with WC and WHB. 6. At the end of the passageway is a low (6 foot approx.) back door leading to outside patio with 2 steps down. 7. Opposite the utility room is a door leading to the sitting room. 8. Proceed through the sitting room to a door leading to the dining room. 9. Turn right through archway into the kitchen with low (6 foot approx.) back door leading with 2 steps down to outside patio and 1 step up to boiler room. 10. As to the first floor, at top of the stairway turn right into Bedroom 1 or proceed left along landing to bath and shower room with WC and WHB on your right and Bedroom 2 on your left. Bedroom 3 is ahead of you at the end of the landing. 11. Access to the back doors mentioned at 7 and 10 above can also be gained from the paviored parking area at the front of house by proceeding through a hand-gate on the northern side of the house. The guttering/bargeboard/soffit on the north-eastern corner of the boiler room roof at the point marked G on Sketch A is low and can easily be bumped into if care is not taken. The patio area and the side (north) access are on 2 levels involving 2 steps. 12. Access from the patio area and side (north) access to lawns and ornamental gardens within the curtilage is via a varying number (not exceeding 5) of steps. 13. The house has 3 external sensor lights. 14. There is a sheltered bus stop for local bus service approx. 170 yards from the house on the A4139.
We had the most wonderful week at the Glen , Beautiful house , idyllic location , perfect for Tenby and surrounding beaches and attractions , The dogs loved the gorgeous garden , Can highly recommend this property
This was our first visit to this part of Pembrokeshire, We enjoyed lovely beach and coast path walks, however we found the coastal path around Lydstep rather disappointing, much better walking around Manorbier, Freshwater east and Stackpole, Unfortunately most of the week was mist fog and drizzle so we couldnt appreciate the lovely views from the walks, The house is beautiful with lots of chararcter, its warm comfortable and well equipped-a true "home from home"Our golden retriever enjoyed the enclosed garden
We had a perfect Easter vacation. the house and location are fabulous. It has been lovely to go walking each morning from the house, Loved the entire coastline from Tenby to Barafundle, Definitely hope to return again, many thanks
Visit no 6, Nothing has changed all is excellent as usual (new tv) We love this house it is a true family home.Not a single drop of rain all week , Lots of eating, walking , golf and sleeping, We will be back soon, Thank you one negative -children very upset no waves for surfing (their partners very happy!!)
Beautiful fully stocked house in fantastic location, Great weather all week except the first day,Lots of walks , good eating and drinking,in Tenby and Lydstep (tavern and waves italian superb) My family and I have been coming to this part of the world for over 50 years as it is beautiful. But this is by far the best holiday we have had so far, Will definitely be coming back to the Glen
What a lovely house, Had a great stay shame the weather wasnt that good
Beautiful fully stocked house in a fantastic location.Great weather all week bar the first day. Lots of walking , good eating and drinking in Tenby and in Lystep (Tavern and Waves restaurant) My family and I have been coming to this part of the world for 50 years as it is beautiful but this is the best holiday house so far. We will definately be coming back to the Glen.
Hopefully as the first people to rent The Glen the outlook looks good for the future!The weather was basically unbroken sunshine for 8 days broken by a few hours of sea mist -not a hardship! The house itself is truly a home from home, very comfortable for a family and big enough to be able to have some peace or if you have teachers as children who want to mark in peace! that is if the weather isnt so beautiful that you spend all day out of doors in the beautiful well tended garden, We have been to Tenby, Lystep. Penally every year for the past 18yrs and The Glen is certainly one of the best rentals! For good food the Lystep Tavern is good for an easy meal.The Coast in Saundersfoot is for a more expensive treat.Waves restaurant in Celtic Haven continues to be excellent and very convenient.Beaches and places to go -too many to mention but you will find them! Thank you
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