From reading other reviews, I was expecting to see a quaint and characterful cottage with excellent facilities. I would agree that the cottage is quaint, as it dates back to the 17th Century.There was far too much clutter. Every surface and all walls were covered with the owners possessions and there were far too many house plants. The décor was too dark in the lounge, being dark dusky pink and some of the wood work was painted bottle green. We had to have a light on all day in the lounge even when it was sunny to give us some light. The furniture in the lounge was extremely uncomfortable and very dated. I suffer from arthritis and back problems, and really struggled to stand up when I had been sitting on the sofa or chair. The "shower room" in the "utility room" is a complete joke and is no more that a cupboard. If the bathroom upstairs were re-jigged then a shower could be fitted there. The property is in a general state of disrepair and would benefit from a good clean and painting. The damp issues which are coming through in the lounge area downstairs and upstairs need rectifying.The property description should also state that anyone who has trouble walking or climbing stairs should not stay at this property.It should also be noted that even though there is WiFi available, there is no mobile signal to be had until you leave the village and there is no public phone box either in the village. Overall I was really disappointed with the cottage and will not stay there again. The village itself is lovely and quiet
Well located one bed cottage in a quaint village (with shop and pub!). Cosy lounge with open fire, quiet (good for star gazing too) and comfortable bedroom. Nice kitchen and clean modern bathroom. Owners welcoming and friendly and very helpful. Ten minutes from Tenby and Saundersfoot beaches. Good local walks. Would recommend staying there for couples young or old!