Stunning bungalow with large garden and patio, close to beaches
FULL SIZE TABLE FOOTBALL IN GARAGE!
Reviews from Visitors' Book
"The best cottage we have ever stayed in. Attention to detail is superb..."
"Fantastic... We've holidayed in Wales for many years and this is the best accommodation we've stayed in."
"Fantastic accommodation, so well equipped and a beautiful setting! This is a lovely place to stay."
"Great bungalow, great location"
Rushland is a detached bungalow situated in a quiet spot close to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and the stunning beaches and scenery of South Pembrokeshire. It is in Ludchurch, a small village, and is an eight minute drive from the nearest beaches at Wiseman's Bridge and Amroth. Rushland is tastefully decorated, and is at the end of an unmade, no-through lane, with farmland behind, and parking for at least three cars.
Rushland has two double bedrooms and a bunk bedroom. There is a bathroom with toilet, jacuzzi bath, handbasin and shower, and a cloakroom with toilet and hand basin. It is comfortably and stylishly furnished with laminate or tiled floors with rugs throughout. The spacious, double aspect lounge with leather sofas has sliding doors leading out to the patio, while the fitted kitchen with a conservatory style dining room is a lovely spot to sit overlooking the garden. French doors open with two steps down to the large paved patio, and a good sized, enclosed, lawned garden with sheltered hedging provides an ideal spot to enjoy an alfresco meal or summer barbecue. There is also lawn to the front giving more space for children to play. The garage houses a full size table football as well as some outdoor children's toys, and also a tumble drier, sun loungers etc.. There is a good selection of DVDs, games, jigsaws and books, both for adults and children; two televisions, a hard-drive TV recorder and Bluetooth speaker/radio/CD player.
Rushland is very conveniently located. On its doorstep are the sandy beaches at Amroth and Wiseman's Bridge, and the National Trust Colby Gardens. The pretty village of Saundersfoot with its large sandy beach, assortment of shops, pubs and restaurants is just a 10 minute drive away, and the family attractions of Oakwood Theme Park, Manor House Wildlife Park, Heatherton Country Sports Park and Folly Farm are also nearby. The pretty market town of Narberth (6 minute drive) with its exclusive boutique style shops, antique centres and deli is well worth a visit, as is the lovely seaside town of Tenby, where boat trips can be made to the interesting islands of Caldy and Skomer. A 30 minute drive takes you to the historic town of Pembroke with its impressive castle, and beyond that are the Bosherston lily ponds and the stunning beach of Freshwater West, where the last Harry Potter movie was filmed. The smallest city in Britain, St. David's, with its medieval cathedral and bishop's palace is also within easy reach.
Rushland is a lovely holiday base from which to explore this beautiful area.
This is a no smoking property