Lime Cottage is a tastefully restored, lime-washed 17th Century Cottage. It is full of character, charm and original features. It is cosy and welcoming.
It is situated above the village of Manorbier and halfway between Tenby and Pembroke, a five mile drive in each direction.
A pretty, mile-long walk or a 5 minute drive get you to Manorbier beach, castle and coast path. It is set 300m back from the road, in a peaceful location, surrounded by fields but is also close to amenities. Manorbier station is a 10 minute walk away. Buses to Tenby and Pembroke are a 5 minute walk away.
The cottage has a large inglenook fireplace dating it to the early 17th century. It was renovated over 10 years ago using traditional lime mortar in the walls and covered with natural clay paint.
The oil-fired Aga keeps the cottage dry and cosy. There are also night storage heaters in all the rooms.
Lime Cottage sleeps 6 people and has three bedrooms: a bedroom with a super-kingsize bed, a double room and a bunk room. All bedrooms are south-facing with low level windows and veluxes. The upstairs bathroom has a bath, sink, toilet and heated towel rail. There is a shower and toilet downstairs along with a washing machine and Belfast sink for hand washing. The downstairs living area is open plan comprising a hand-built kitchen with an Aga, a freestanding electric cooker, a Welsh dresser and a dish washer. The comfortable seating area has a television and DVD player.
The safe, sheltered, private garden is the perfect place for a barbecue after a day spent on one of Pembrokeshire many fine beaches.