Located in Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire
Sea Cottage is an old fisherman’s cottage and has charm and character. There is a large sitting room which catches the sun throughout the day, the kitchen is well stocked with everything you will need to create tasty meals.
The two bedrooms are both large and roomy and can both accommodate a travel cot. The bathroom has an electric shower.
Please note: The stairs are steeper than normal, with slightly reduced head room at one point. For the majority of people, this shouldn’t be a problem.
- Wireless Internet
- Indoor Fireplace
- Central Heating
- Free Street Parking*
£110 per night
The cottage is at ‘The point’, which is a cluster of old fishing cottages. It has great views of the tidal River Cleddau, so you can waste hours, watching the river traffic pass by.
Towels and bedding are provided, as well as a wine rack filled with a selection of wines, paid for by a system of ‘replace it or pay in the honesty box’. The listed building, Kings Arms Pub is 100 metres away, if you feel like a pint.
Milford Haven has a history going back to 1170, with both Henry II in 1171 and Henry VII in 1485, setting sail from its shore. After an act of parliment in 1790, the town was founded in 1793 by William Hamiliton (husband of Emma Hamilton, who was mistress of Lord Nelson), and by 1797, the Royal Navy had established a dockyard. Lord Nelson called it, ‘one of the greatest harbours in the world’, whilst Daniel Defoe described it as, ‘one of the best inlets of water in Britain’.
The cottage is a great place to explore all of Pembrokeshire’s amazing sights. Within half an hour, you can be on the gorgeous Little Haven harbour, at Dale, enjoying lunch at The Griffin Inn, catching the boat to Skome Island for puffin watching, or surfing at Newgale. Within an hour, you can be at St David’s Cathedral, Tenby for fish and chips or the Preseli mountains for a breathtaking walk.
There is one parking space for the house.
You can enjoy the entire house for your stay. There is a lovely patio at the front of the house to sit and read a book or enjoy your meals.
Other things to note
The drive down to the village can be interesting for people used to dual carriageways or straight roads but unless you have a very large car, it won’t be a problem (if you do have a very large car and don’t want to attempt the last 15 metres, there is on street parking).
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WHAT PEOPLE LIKE ABOUT US
Wonderful base for Milford Haven and Pembroke. beautifully clean. Great communication from host from the outset.David Airbnb
Beautiful warmly home. Would definitely recommend this if you are staying for a few days and thinking of travelling around Pembrokeshire. Lou is a fantastic host and responds to any questions almost instantly.Michael Airbnb
We had a lovely stay in Lou's cottage. Everything was as described and the cottage is supra charming! We had breakfast and dinner on the terrace and enjoyed the little beach at the door step. Thanks for everything, Lou!Anne-Sophie Airbnb