Sleeps 12

6 Bedrooms

5 Bathrooms

Dog Friendly



Imagine the house as three sides of a rectangle, built into the rock, which forms the fourth side. In the centre space is an enclosed courtyard – with steps leading to the kitchen garden and onwards to the tennis court.

But back to the front! Through the porch and the front door and you’ll find yourselves in the large front hall.

The lounge is a room of two halves. Take up a space on the window seat or one of the two easy chairs for the most stunning view of the estuary – at any time of day or state of the tide – become absorbed with the water, birds, yachts and everything else aquatic. At the other end, a state of the art home entertainment system – cinema screen HDTV and all the gadgets – surround sound system, DVD, Wii games to keep you fit! Or on winter evenings, you may like to draw the curtains, turn the huge, comfy chairs to the fire place, light the log fire and snuggle down to read or to listen to your choice of music on the zoned music system.

Off the lounge is the study/ library – another log-fire-opportunity here, whilst you make your choice from the eclectic library, or maybe a pub game. If you need to keep in touch, or to do some work this is a great place to set up the lap top and log onto broadband. A side door takes you from the study to the rose garden and side lawn. Cross to the elevated the summer house – a great place to sit and read, or stare, or doze.

Younger visitors will make a bee line for the play room and all the toys– just off the study, and with its own exit to the rear courtyard, or through the servant’s hall into the kitchen to see what’s cooking.

The rear hall - or servant’s hall as it was in days of yore – is a great place for wellies and coats and the perfect way in at the end of a muddy walk. Check out the cupboard made especially for tennis racquets! Two serveries open out from here, one into the lounge – now forming a bar – complete with a wine/beer chiller. The other opens into the study

Off the servants hall are two loo's - his and hers, so hardly ever the need to queue.

The kitchen – the heart of the house, in a lavishly equipped, spacious L -shape room – at one end, the butler’s pantry – serveries through to the dining room, and easy access to the dishwasher crockery and cutlery storage space. At the other end, past the AGA and island work bench, a double Belfast sink makes pan washing almost a pleasure, with those beautiful estuary views through the kitchen window. A coffee machine, and everything you would expect to find in a kitchen of this standard.

Around the corner – the American Fridge freezer and walk in pantry, next to the breakfast bar (just great for little ones to sit and enjoy their meals). Off the kitchen –a well equipped the laundry room – (an extra fridge in here too). Dogs love the flower room – originally designed for flower arranging – now a great place for dogs to dry off after their walks, with direct access to the courtyard and cosy- warm next to the boiler room.

Completing the picture downstairs – the dining room – amazing views up and down the estuary - a fabulous room – elegantly furnished, and seats 12 comfortably.


The stairs turn and divide to lead you to the master bedroom suite – extending down one entire side of the house – a huge bedroom – for a huge bed, where you can wake and watch the tide flow past – (or catch up on the television news). A large dressing room with double vanity unit, leads through to one of the biggest bathrooms you are likely to see, with the biggest bath and rain shower to match! The external door here was installed to afford access straight to the bathroom following that hot and sweaty tennis match!

Children will love the front bedroom – with its twin beds and seaside theme – although the beds are really comfortable for adults too! The built in cupboards hide a wash basin. The children’s bathroom echoes the seaside theme – a bath big enough for four little ones, or one adult to stretch out and relax! Lots of little loo seats and bathroom steps will be found in the upstairs and downstairs loos, to make life easier for little guests!

The only bedroom in the house without even a glimpse of the water is the cosy nursery. If you need more than one cot, we can provide a travel cot.

At the top of the stairs you’ll find a shower room and loo– the first of two on the first floor. Take the other turn on the stairs, past the window seat and into the beautiful ‘green room’, facing the estuary and the rolling Pembrokeshire countryside. This room shares an ensuite bathroom, and has a washbasin secreted in the built in cupboards. There can be few baths in which you can wallow and enjoy such stunning views!

The ‘pink room’ (sharing the bathroom) has a wash basin in the room, and, if needs be, a separate loo, just across the corridor.

Two blue bedrooms complete the picture – both with views of the water, both beautifully comfortable. One has a wash basin; the other is directly opposite the second shower room.

This bedroom was originally the servants bedroom, and as such, can separated from the main corridor by an additional door – great for those who want a lie in, without disturbance from the rest of the household!