Dyffryn Moor is a very popular traditional Pembrokeshire semi detached, very old character cottage surrounded by National Trust farm and woodland and close to Aberbach beach.
A ten minute stroll to Abermawr beach will lead you on to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, whilst the more energetic can enjoy the sea and try their hand at surfing on a good day. Take advantage of the local shuttle bus and explore the locality, absorbing the spectacular coastal views at Pwll Deri, just one of the many view points in the area.
Set in a large, and tranquil garden, surrounded by mature shrubs and a perimeter stream, the location is much enjoyed by families. Beamed ceilings and thick stone walls protect a comfortable well equipped cottage. Please do not turn heating off, unless the summer is very hot as these old cottages do not have a damp course. On the ground floor you will find a fitted kitchen/diner with cooker, fridge, dishwasher and microwave. A washing machine and small freezer are housed in a separate utility cupboard. There is a double bedroom, family bathroom with basin wc and electric shower over a bath. The bright spacious living room with its wood burning stove and comfortable lounge furniture has french doors leading to the enclosed garden.
The first floor rooms are tucked into the eves, two twin bedrooms a separate wc, seated play area with a full sized single bed in a suitably screened alcove.
- Enclosed garden with stream
- Access to beach and Pembrokeshire coastal path
- Woodburning stove
- Electric radiators throughout
- Pets welcome
- Bed linen provided
- No smoking in cottage
- Ample parking space
- Cot and highchair available