|Parking||allocated parking 1 car||Garden||front and rear|
|2 person discount||No||Fire/Woodburner||No|
Surrounded by the UK's only National Coastal Park and just a few hundred yards from one of Pembrokeshire's finest sandy beaches, sits the Bosun's Chalet, a cosy two bedroomed, mid terraced retreat. In a peaceful location on a purpose built site of holiday homes, it benefits not only from the beautiful crescent shaped sandy bay on the doorstep but a child friendly, dog free, well maintained environment, ideal for play time freedom. The chalet's open plan layout offers well designed and well equipped family accommodation with a tasteful, coastal themed decor. For feasting on the catch of the day, garden dining furniture can be placed to the front or rear of the property to benefit from the fresh coastal air. The Longhouse bar/restaurant, at the entrance to the site, offers an ideal spot for refreshing and refuelling after days of surfing, fishing, co-steering or just lazing on the golden sands.
Property has electric convector heaters and comprises
Open plan living area
Lounge Area: With freeview TV/radio and pebble effect electric fire
Dining Area: With dining furniture for 4
Kitchen Area: With electric oven and hob, microwave, larder fridge and washing machine.
Bedroom 1: With double bed
Bedroom 2: With 3ft wide bunk beds
Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC and wash basin
All electricity and bed linen included. Towels available on request. Cot and high chair available
Grassed areas to the front and rear (not enclosed). Garden dining furniture can be placed to front or rear of the property. Allocated parking for one car a few hundred yards from the property and additional street parking closer to the property. Please be aware that the property is unsuitable for those with restricted mobility due to steps in the grounds to the property.
|Nearest town||Pembroke||Shops||200 Yards|
|Distance||4.5 Miles||Restaurant||200 Yards|
|Nearest railway station||Pembroke||Pub||200 Yards|
Many coastal path walkers claim the six and a half miles between Freshwater East and Broadhaven South to be the most spectacular of the entire 186 mile path. Fantastic contorted cliffs, coves and blowholes line the route, while the song of seabirds overhead and sightings of seals on the rocks below, remind you of the true inhabitants of this very special place. As you drop down the cliff path onto Barafundle Bay, voted by The Times to be one of the top ten beaches in the world (approximately a 4 mile amble from The Bosun's Chalet) it's easy to appreciate why The National Geographic Magazine claimed Pembrokeshire to offer,
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