Situated just 300 yards from Little Haven beach, this tiny holiday cottage was once the village bakery.
Its original owner chose the site hoping that the delicious smell of baking bread would help him entice the lady next door into becoming his wife!
Little Haven no longer boasts a village baker, however it does have an excellent choice of eating places and pubs all within a few minutes walk.
The beach although small at high tide transforms into quite an extensive stretch of sand at low tide, making it possible to walk to Broad Haven along the sands below the cliffs - ideal if you are bringing a dog on holiday as you can do a lovely loop along the sands and back along the coast path.
Garden steps lead down to the cottage, which is in a sunny sheltered position.
The stable door entrance leads into the original bakery, which still retains much of its character, displaying stone walls and an open fireplace.
The LIVING ROOM contains easy chairs, dining table and chairs.
The tiny KITCHEN AREA comprises kitchen units, fridge, electric Baby Belling cooker and microwave oven (washing machine available).
The SHOWER ROOM comprises shower, wash hand basin and WC.
The spacious BEDROOM contains a double bed, occasional furniture, colour TV and easy chairs. Bedlinen is provided for the beds, which have duvets.
One can enjoy the evening sunset from the garden and garden furniture is provided, at the rear of the property is a decking area also with garden furniture.
Parking for ONE car beside the cottage.
There are electric storage heaters and convector heaters and electricity will be charged according to use. Please leave your payment at the property.
Towels are available on request - £5 per guest.
Sorry no children.
One small pet by arrangement.
Please note that prices include our £30 Booking Fee
No Fuel Surcharge for October.
See property info for fuel charges in October. plus a fuel charge of £0 per week in October..
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(Local time now: 04:26am Wed 17th October 2018)