An introduction to Littlegates Cottage
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This traditional Pembrokeshire, former Quarrymans cottage was built over 100 years ago, it has been sympathetically restored to a very high standard.
Situated on the outskirts of the beautiful medieval town of Pembroke. Littlegates cottage is ideally situated for public transport, the train station is a short walk of 3 mins by foot, and the bus stop just a 5 minute walk from the cottage.
Littlegates Cottage sleeps 2 adults in one large double bedroom. There is a large Bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle.
In the Lounge we have installed digital TV for guests enjoyment and there is a HiFi system also.
The Kitchen has a gas cooker and microwave oven and fridge/freezer and washing machine.
We provide guests with all bed linen of the highest quality and towels are also provided.
Littlegates Cottage has private off road parking, and private garden for guests enjoyment.
Weekly: April to October £365, November to March £235
The public transport links are excellent. Tenby and Saudersfoot are easily accessible by bus and train as is the stunning coastline of St Govans, a mere 5 miles away, this area is well served by the Coastal Cruiser bus service a boon for anyone walking the coastal path.
The historic town of Pembroke and it's lovely castle is only a five minute walk, the mill pond and its wildlife only 500 yards. Situated on the edge of a nature reserve with many different breeds of bird and wildlife to be found here.
Pembroke Castle is a must see for visitors to the area. Pembroke town has many good restaurants and cafes and with Art Galleries and souvenir shops there is sure to be something to suit everyones tastes.
Pembrokeshires beautiful coastline and famous coastal footpath is a short drive away. The nearest beach just a short drive of 2 1/2 miles, here the coastal path can be easily accessed at Freshwater East. Beautiful Bosherston village and famous Lily ponds are 5 miles from Littlegates Cottage as are the stunning sights of the Green Bridge of Wales and Stack Rocks, both natural Limestone arches jutting out of the sea at St Govans. The diminutive St Govans Chapel is a never to be missed opportunity to see a 6th century chapel which has been built in a precarious position on the cliffs.
The seaside town of Tenby is 10 miles East of Pembroke and Saundersfoot just 12 miles East of Pembroke. The famous "smallest City in Great Britain" St Davids with it's imposing Cathedral is 30 miles north of Pembroke and is a reccommended must see whilst holidaying in the area.
Littlegates Cottage provides a welcome relaxing atmosphere after a long day of sightseeing, a real home from home experience and one you will not forget.
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