1 Bed newly refurbished property, with en suite
The bedroom area sleeps 2 has an en-suite shower, toilet and wash basin with double bed including modern spacious storage for clothes and accessories.
The downstairs living area has an open plan kitchen and sitting/dining area with built-in electric oven and hob with extractor over and a stainless steel sink. The leather sofa is perfect to relax on after a busy day.
Shallow Rear Yard which incorporates a shared path, to the front is off road parking area and foot path leading to the town.
The property has been tastefully renovated and now provides light and airy well appointed accommodation, with an en-suite shower, toilet and wash basin. It also has a newly fitted kitchen with open plan sitting/dining area. The cottage is conveniently located a few minute's walk from Pembroke Dock town and shops. Two local pubs “The Station” as its name suggests is part of Pembroke Dock railway station and was previously the waiting room, it serves real ales and has weekly live music. “The Shipwright Inn” on Front Street overlooking the historic Martello Gun Tower and has a reputation for good quality food and beer with a friendly local welcome. The town of Pembroke Dock was established in 1814 with the start of the Royal Navy Dockyard. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path crosses the Cleddau Bridge, travels round the waterfront on Front Street before heading uphill on the way to Pembroke town. Pembroke Dock is connected by several bus services linking to Haverfordwest, Milford Haven and Tenby, and also has a railway station, and ferry service that runs from Pembroke Dock to Rosslare in southern Ireland the ferry runs twice a day in the early afternoon and the early hours of the morning.