|Space||1,829 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Very private and with disabled facilities, a long private drive, lots of parking and pretty garden with great views of surrounding farmland and woods. Versatile accommodation to suit smaller groups of families and friends and larger groups when rented together with one or more of the other cottages. There is access to play fields and a games room - plans of the cottage and site can be seen on our website. The cottage is all on one level and consists of a very large kitchen/dining/living room with long glazed wall & sliding doors leading to garden: Woodburner, TV, DVD etc and the kitchen is fully equipped with a section specifically designed for wheelchair users; 5 large bedrooms - one of which has a wet room adapted for wheelchair users, 2 more ensuite shower rooms and a family bathroom with bath, shower, wc & basin. Cloakroom, Utility room with washing machine & freezer. Wifi throughout and central heating and hot water provided by environmentally friendly biomass boiler.
Little Loveston is a group of five traditional stone cottages to sleep up to 12,10,7,4,2 all with their own private gardens and set in mature, landscaped grounds. We are surrounded by organic farmland and woods with great walks from the door. We have a central yet rural location close to many beautiful sandy beaches and Little Loveston is an ideal, relaxing base for exploring the Coast, Countryside and Attractions of Pembrokeshire.
The cottages are all comfortable and well-equipped, all have private, enclosed gardens, we have installed an environmentally friendly biomass boiler to provide central heating and hot water, there is wifi throughout and all have woodburners for cosy evenings. We have carefully restored the buildings, both to retain the original character and create lively, functional living spaces. There is also a Gamesroom with table tennis and pool, outside Playareas - swings, slide, fort, sandpit with caravan, football field. Little Loveston is a peaceful place that our visitors often return to again and again.
Little Loveston makes a great base from which to explore the counties beaches, attractions, waterways and countryside. It is also on the Landsker trail so there is good walking and cycling from the door. The immediate surroundings have been designated a Site of Specific Scientific Interest because of its rich and varied plant and wildlife and we are also close the the Cleddau Estuary (Pembrokeshires Secret Waterways) and the ancient woodlands at Canaston and Minwear. The cottages are well equipped with informative brochures and walking maps.
The beautiful sandy beaches and pretty towns, Tenby and Pembroke, of South Pembrokeshire can be reached in 20 minutes and the more rugged coastline of the North and West are 45 minutes away. For excellent local produce we have Yerbeston Farm Shop 100metres up the road and the lively market town of Narberth, with all manner of shops, cafes and galleries is 10 minutes drive away. Our local pub is the Cresselly Arms, down on the waters edge – well known for its setting and a great place to watch the sun go down.
The big family attractions of Oakwood Theme Park and Folly Farm are only 10 minutes drive away and many other visitor attractions such as Heatherton Country Park, Manor Park Zoo, The Dinosaur Park and Pembroke, Carew and Manorbier Castles – all well within 20 minutes drive.
Then it’s great to come back to Little Loveston at the end of the day for some peace and quiet!
We came to Little Loveston in 1994 and spent many years renovating, restoring and landscaping the buildings and surroundings. You can see how this came about on our website page http://www.littleloveston.co.uk/about_little_loveston.htm
Ruth Bergman purchased this cottage in 1993
Pembrokeshire is a small county with loads to see and do so we particularly wanted a good central location that was also rural and think we have the perfect spot!
By building up Little Loveston slowly and thoughtfully - and we love living here - we find that many of our visitors appreciate the extra lengths we have gone to in making the buildings lively and comfortable and the relaxed, generous feel of the surroundings. The place has, of course changed considerably since 1993 but the lushness and friendly feel has remained. The surrounding fields and area remain unchanged and, of course, the central location is always appreciated.