Cottage in Cresselly, near Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales - Within 5 Miles Of The Stunning Beaches Of Tenby And A Mile From The Pembrokeshire National Park
A delightful old stone cottage in a rural setting of paddocks and woodland. Two bedrooms suitable for four people. Within 5 miles of the stunning beaches of Tenby and a mile from the Pembrokeshire National Park. Remotely accessed down a drive not far from the owners house. Set out from the cottage on foot for country walks through fields and woodland all on the owners estate. Fully equipped 2 bedroom cottage (one double bed and two singles) often suiting a family. Guests are encouraged to walk and play in the fields and nearby woodland. Traditional pine kitchen and antique furnishings throughout.
Top Traveller Review
Beautiful little cottage in a tranquil location
About the Owner
'Middlelands' has been in the Beck family for 40 years. Purchased as an abandoned farm house with barns. The family has been in the antique trade and restoration for years and subsequently provided the property with a unique charm and character. Now managed by Caspar Beck and wife Emma with their three children. Caspar has a sound knowledge of the county and has particular interests in activities relating to the coast. Both he and Emma are on hand for any advice and secrets relating to the county.
4.2 based on 6 holidaymaker reviews
comfortable and clean
This was a lovely little cottage and seemed to be in the middle of nowhere very clean and comfortable. Had a lovely week only downside was the rain.
Peace and tranquility, bliss!
Stayed in this delightful cottage in early July. Me, the husband, 19 year old son, brother in law and two dogs. Lovely cottage in quiet country surroundings. Basic but cosy. Warning though upstairs is reached by steep stairs. There was no BBQ as was on inventory, so we bought one and left it. Plenty to do locally. Would return if we come back to the area.
Beautiful little cottage in a tranquil location
Owners very informative and helpful. Property is tucked away in lovely countryside but close enough to amenities. We had a very enjoyable stay (helped by the gorgeous weather we had) Great food at the Carew Inn and if the weather is bad its only 15mins from the indoor blue lagoon waterpark which we all enjoyed!!
Fantastic Little Cottage
We had a fantastic time at the cottage this July. My husband, myself, and my in-laws spent a week exploring the Pembrokeshire coast with this as our base. The cottage was comfortably furnished and everything we needed for our catering needs was provided. It was in a great location, close to great towns and pubs. It was also very peaceful for most of the stay. This is a great base to get out and explore southern Wales.
Lovely little cottage, beautifully presented and equipped, so peaceful, rural yet accessible, we had a wonderful stay and are going again. The owners are delightful, arrangements easy and communication good. We went in winter and it was beautifully cosy with loads of hot water, the double bed is very comfy and nice fresh bed linen & towels. You can take your dog, and in the summer there's a nice garden area overlooking the fields. Stairs to top bedroom very steep though - so don't put granny up there! We loved it.
Sweet little cottage. 10 minutes drive to beaches. Clean and well maintained. Owners very pleasant and not intrusive. Only 2 small gripes, extremely steep stairs to upstairs bedroom ( not recommended for young children ) and cottage would benefit from having a washing machine. Otherwise a nice place to stay.
Excellent restaurant in Tenby called ' the Plantagenet '. A little pricey but well worth it. Best beach in area is Barafundle Bay, free National Trust parking but about a third of a mile pleasant walk to beach. Sainsburys supermarket in Tenby. Seal tour from Tenby harbour worth the money.
From the Owner
“Bought in 1970 as an abandoned farmhouse with out-buildings and restored and extended tastefully and in keeping with the existing architecture and landscape.”
Activity and Interests
Ten to fifteen minutes (5 miles) in the car will get you to the beaches. Saundersfoot and Tenby are the nearest beach towns with a number of National Park beaches in between and beyond. The coastal national park follows the Cleddau River and is located just a mile away.
Public transport is not available and your own car is highly recommended.
The nearest pub is the Cresselly Arms at Cresswell Quay and is nestled at the foot of oak woodland next to the Cresswell River. It is a fantastic place for an early evening drink in the sun while the tide creeps in.
Attractions of Folly Farm, Oakwood, Heatherton + Manor House Wildlife Park all within a 5 mile radius.
Nearest Beach is Tenby or Saundersfoot 10 mins in the car (5 miles).
Nearest shops are in Kilgetty (supermarket) 3 miles away.
Pembrokeshire is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and the coastal national park is outstanding. Activities around the park are high on the list such as surfing, rock climbing, fishing, hiking. Other more historical interests include local castles and the near by towns of St Davids, Tenby, Pembroke.
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Autumn Half Term
23 Oct 2016 - 29 Oct 2016
7 night minimum stay
for 7 nights
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
Additional pricing information
During school holidays; 7 nights min stay.
A £100 non-returnable deposit required to secure booking.
Cheques or bank transfers payable to: Rosalind Beck.
Full payment must clear 6 weeks prior to holiday. At this point payment is non-returnable. Final arrival information follows full payment. Owner reserves the right to cancel booking if full payment not received 2
6 weeks before holiday start.
Changeover and cleaning day is Saturday between 10 am and 2pm.
Notes on prices:
Minimum 7 night stay within the school holiday season. Shorter stay/long-weekends are available out of season. £100 per night, minimum of 2 nights, £75 a night if staying for 3 or more nights.
Or shorter last minute stays may be available in the holiday season. Please enquire if you have any questions.
100 pounds deposit to hold the date and then full payment 6 weeks prior to stay.
Manager's Cancellation Policy
- Available arrival
From the Owner
“The remoteness of the property and access to the landscape in which it is set enables guests to really enjoy the countryside. Being reasonably centrally positioned in Pembrokeshire allows easy and convenient exploration by car to the beaches (and Tenby) in the south of the county as well as not being too far away from the North Pembrokeshire coast and St Davids.”
- Iron & Board
- Living Room ...
- Washing Machine
- Kitchen ...
- children welcome
- pets considered
- near the sea
- Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure, Bidet
- Bathroom is fitted with a bath, WC, basin.
- 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Description of sleeping capacity: Sleeps 4 (2 Bedrooms) Notes on bedrooms: The double bedroom downstairs has one double bed. The twin room upstairs (via very steep stairs) is often suitable for 2 children although also fine for adults.
- Golf ...
- Outside: There are no real boundaries to the garden as the fields and woodland around the property are all on the owners estate. Beyond the garden gate are fields and woodland walks. Children love the freedom of running in the fields and dogs are welcome (provided they are kept on leads when if there are sheep about). There is an outdoor table setting suitable for 4 and a BBQ. Utility Room: Small washing machine. Cleaning / Towels / Linen / Maid service: All bed linen and towels provided just once on the saturday, please bring spares with you in case you are staying for a longer period. Cottage is cleaned once on the changeover day you arrive.