Pine Cottage is a charming semi-detached cottage on a quiet cul-de-sac in the village of Stackpole. Comfortably furnished throughout, this spacious cottage gives plenty of room to relax with a sitting room and cosy snug, the large main lounge is dual-aspect with French doors opening to a lovely garden with paved patio and lawn where you can enjoy an alfresco meal on a summer’s evening.The fitted kitchen which also opens to the garden is well-equipped for preparing family meals to be enjoyed at the breakfast bar or in the separate dining room. There is a useful shower room on the ground floor, while stairs lead up to the bedrooms and two more bathrooms; one ensuite above. There is an excellent and popular village pub serving food, The Stackpole Inn, within walking distance in the village itself. Enjoy a walk from the cottage to Stackpole Quay, the sheltered harbour is popular for coasteering and kayakers who enjoy exploring its hidden caves.Sample locally produced and home cooked food at the Boat House Cafe, before walking over the limestone cliffs onto the beautiful and unspoilt Barafundle beach, only accessible via the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. This is the best way to explore this glorious section of coastline, continue onto Broadhaven South, taking in the iconic Green Bridge of Wales and the 6th Century Chapel, St Govans, built into the cliff face, it is a a truly magical place. Visit the neighbouring village of Bosherston with its Olde Worlde Tea Rooms where you can enjoy a traditional afternoon tea or try the St Govans Inn pub, walk around the beautiful Lily Ponds to Broadhaven South beach, this area forms part of what was originally the Stackpole Estate and now part of the National Trust with its wonderful ancient woodland perfect for keen walkers, visit the Walled Gardens run by the charity Mencap, renowned for its long tradition of growing produce for the table, as well as the Stackpole Activity Centre. The area abounds in stunning beaches all within a short drive including Freshwater East and West, as well as West Angle Bay. The historical town of Pembroke is nearby with its range of facilities set against the back drop of the medieval Castle and moat.An ideal holiday home to explore this beautiful area, whatever the season.