Cosheston Holiday Apartments
Set in the heart of the sleepy village of Cosheston, to the rear of the local village Inn, we are pleased to offer this first floor self catering holiday apartment. A recent renovation, this cosy apartment has been designed, furnished and equipped to offer our visitors every comfort. This is pet friendly accommodation and visitors can enjoy the most beautiful scenery whilst walking through the local woodland to the edge of the Cleddau estuary. The area is great for walking and cycling, in fact Pembrokeshire has been fortunate enough to have hosted Iron Man Wales for the past 5 years, so for cycling enthusiasts why not test your fitness by cycling the route, if you dare.
Cycle Hire:- https://www.fbmholidays.co.uk/cycle-hire
Sleeps 3 Well behaved pets welcome
Open plan lounge/dining/kitchen with TV/Freeview, DVD player, electric hob, oven, fridge/freezer and microwave. Bedroom 1 with double bed. Bedroom 2 with 1 single bed. Bathroom with bath/shower over, WC, whb. Parking. Rent inclusive of electricity and gas central heating. Wi-Fi. Duvets, bed linen and towels provided. Non-smoking. 3pm takeover.
Places to Eat
There are many local venues to satisfy all visitors taste buds, from The Brewery Inn, a traditional British Inn offering a superb menu serving fresh local produce and has received some fantastic reviews; the cafe in the lovely surroundings of Upton Castle Gardens; and Paskeston Hall Country House where visitors can experience a traditional Victorian afternoon tea. A short distance away is The Nash Farm Shop where visitors can purchase their fresh local produce for the week and enjoy a cuppa and homemade cakes in the cafe while taking in the stunning views over the duck pond and countryside. A trip to Lawrenny is a must to visit the Quayside, a multi award winning tearoom in an idyllic waterside setting.
Out and About
If it's castles you like, then Pembrokeshire is one of the best places to holiday in Wales as we have a fair number to explore. The closest to Cosheston is Upton Castle which stands within gardens extending over 35 acres; Pembroke Castle the oldest in West Wales dating back to the thirteenth century and birth place to Henry V11, and hosts regular events, concerts and visitor activities to enjoy. There is also the magnificent Carew Castle and Tidal Mill with a history spanning 2000 years. Llawhadden Castle this is a fortified Bishops Palace but has the appearance of a castle.
If it's beaches you prefer then we have some superb Blue Flag award beaches in some wonderful coastal towns and villages all within easy driving distance. A perfect location for a Pembrokeshire walking holiday, being located just outside the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.