A short stroll from the sheltered sandy bay, Norman Castle and the 12th century Church of St James this 'delightfully vintage' holiday home is close to the heart of the pretty village of Manorbier - 'the most pleasant spot in Wales'.
Built in the 1930s and retaining many original features throughout, French doors open from the sitting room onto a large decking area. The Manorbier Boat House offers an eclectic style of timber floors, rugs, and antique furniture. It has a delightfully vintage appeal with a quaint country cottage garden and provides a comfortable sanctuary, in which to relax.
With a quiet village location close to Tenby, offering rural charm, and a delightful garden room providing a great place to read your favourite novel.
The master bedroom and bathroom on the 1st floor also have views over fields to the distant castle and cove.
Manorbier's beautiful sandy beach is 10 minutes walk away from this holiday cottage. Please do not expect to launch your boat from here though! Dogs are welcome all year round. Manorbier has a favoured tea room/cafe, gift shop, and jovial public house plus a local shop supplying all your holiday needs. The cafe offers a charming place to enjoy a coffee or locally cooked fare.
Manorbier is a hidden gem with a real holiday village feel with winding stone-walled lanes and a lovely place to stroll. Dogs are welcome, and the owner accepts up to 2, with the first going free and the second incurring a small supplement.
The Manorbier Boat House sleeps up to 5 in 3 bedrooms, the Boathouse is a wonderful holiday cottage in a fantastic part of South Wales.
Regular buses run from Manorbier into Tenby, or if you fancy something more spectacular, you can always walk to Tenby on the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and return via bus or taxi.