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Cosy Cottage on Cleddau Estuary. 50m from slipway!

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4 guests2 bedrooms2 beds1 bathroom
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This two bedroomed bungalow lies in the tranquil hamlet of Bentlass, 50m from the slipway onto the sparkling waters of the Cleddau Estuary: With off road parking for 2-3 cars, it’s an ideal base for boating enthusiasts and in close proximity to some of the county’s best beaches. Well equipped and comfortably furnished, with open fire and wood-burning stove, enclosed back garden, with glistening water-way views it's an idyllic spot for lazing in the sun and absorbing the tranquillity of nature.

The space
Property is all on ground level has gas central heating and comprises:
Lounge/Diner: With open fire in lounge and wood burning stove in dining area, Freeview TV, DVD, CD player; dining table and chairs for four with views onto the front and rear.

Kitchen: With electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine; views on to the rear garden.

Bedroom 1: With king size bed

Bedroom 2: With two single beds

Bathroom: With bath, walk-in shower and wash basin. Separate WC

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

Amenities

Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV
Washing machine
Patio or balcony
Garden
Indoor fireplace
Hair dryer
Refrigerator

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Hundleton, Wales, United Kingdom

With the slipway only 50m from Windemere Cottage there's no doubt you will find yourself exploring the waterways. Edging onto the Pembroke River, the waterway rolls down to the Cleddau Estuary in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

The upper reaches of the Cleddau Estuary are particularly stunning; with steep, wooded banks alternating with gently sloping farmland.

Most of the waterway is hidden away from the world but a great way to explore this hidden world has to be by kayak or canoe. With superb sheltered waters what could be better than guiding your kayak down a tiny pill with just the sound of the birds and the gentle sway of the water for company.

The numerous pills and creeks, and the foreshore of the main channel are nationally important for the thousands of wintering waders and wildfowl which feed on the mudflats at low tide and roost on the banks and fringing marsh at high tide.

The closest sizeable town to Windemere Cottage is Pembroke. Pembroke is a charming walled town which dates back over 900 years and is famous for its Norman Castle and has some great little restaurants, pubs and shops. Pembrokeshire is a small and very accessible county and St Davids on the North coast and Tenby are well worth a visit.

The Coastal Cruiser bus runs through Hundleton and stops off at all the beaches between Angle and Freshwater East so great for coastal walks. Also a good area for cycling and is part of the Ironman cycling route which has been held in Pembrokeshire for the last several years.

The Irish Ferry Terminal is approximately a 15 minute drive away in Pembroke Dock.

Popular stops along the Cleddau Estuary:
Dale: has a pontoon, small shop and Yacht Club as well as a pub, The Griffin and watersports centre.

St Ishmaels: The Brook Inn

Herbrandston: small, free car park (7” height restriction) with 2 picnic tables.

Llanstadwell: The Ferry Boat Inn benefits from splendid views over the waterway.

Burton: The Jolly Sailor has a good list of traditional pub fare plus a few vegetarian options. It serves tea and proper coffee. Right outside is a summer pontoon for mooring yachts or small watercraft. At the top of the hill is the Stable Inn.

Langwm: small shop and pub, The Cottage Inn.

Black Tar: car parking, public toilets and picnic area. Landing slipway with access to river for small boat users at all states of tide.

Hook: small car park and small village shop. It’s a good spot for nature watching.

Lawrenny: The Lawrenny Arms serves real ale and has original veggie options. Also daily special. Serves proper coffee. The pontoon is conveniently attached to the front of the pub. There’s also a smart café, Quayside Tearoom, open from Easter to the end of September.

Cresswell Quay Take a detour up the Cresswell river and find the ancient Cresselly Arms, near the water's edge overlooking a wooded reach of the estuary, which you can cross on stepping stones. Very high tides can flood across the road to reach the pub doorway. It was first built about 250 years ago and upgraded in the 1890s, since when it has not been changed much. 80% of guest ales are from Welsh breweries – including microbreweries: Caffle at Llawhaden; Bluestone Brewery, Newport, and Mantle Brewery, Cardigan.

Other popular local locations include:
- A popular destination is Oakwood Theme Park, near Tenby.

- Heatherton World of Activities offers an opportunity for families to experience excitement in the form of Go Carts, Archery, Paintball, and a Tree Top Adventure Trail,
amongst its attractions.

- Blue Lagoon Water Park. Enjoy the thrills of the rapids, wave machine and flumes for a family day out.

-Pembrokeshire Wake Park - Splash into a New Adventure at Wales' First Outdoor Aqua & Wakeboarding Park.

-Manor House Wildlife Park. Owned by TV presenter Anna Ryder Richardson and featured on the TV series Annas Welsh Zoo.

- Folly Farm. Not just a farm; loads of indoor and outdoor adventure.

- Pembrokeshire County Show. A family fun day out. Livestock, Trade stands, Show Jumping, Dog Shows etc. Held for 3 days annually in August

- Horse Riding – Beach and countryside horse riding experiences, segway and zorbing experiences also available. Head to Bowling’s Riding Stables for more information.

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Joined in April 2019
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