Ground Floor: Hall/utility area, wet room/whb/wc, open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, twin room, indoor area available between May - September, outdoor cold shower.
First Floor: Twin room, bathroom/free-standing bath/overhead shower/whb/wc, double room.
Parking: 2 spaces on sloping drive.
Facilities: Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV, DVD player, WiFi, iPod dock, towels, barbecue, garden furniture.
Heating: Gas central heating, underfloor heating in parts, wood burner - starter pack provided.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & Gas: FREE.
This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.
Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.
Approached from an A-road then approx. 5 miles of country lanes. The house is accessed via a sloping drive which accommodates 2 cars. The entrance is gated with a latch accessible by reaching over the top of gate. (To prevent small children escaping). There are 3 steps 8” 6” and 6” high leading to the patio. The main entrance is on this level. Alternative entrance is gained via the patio doors, but with a further 8” step. The front patio has a wide paved path at one level spanning the width of the house leading to the front door. This is lit by PIR activated lights. There is a step down of approx. 8” to the next patio level which then extends to the edge of the property boundary with a picnic table and rockery and views of the sea through the trees. There is an outside cold shower at this level. The main entrance is on the side of the property with a low level sill into the utility room. Directly opposite is the wet room with accessible shower. Access then to the main living area is up a 2” step to the open plan kitchen/dining/living area. All doorways on the ground floor are a minimum of 800mm wide. All the light switches are low level and the area is well lit with both natural and artificial lighting. The kitchen has a low level oven. A ground floor twin bedroom is accessed off the living area. A curved carpeted flight of stairs with hand rail leads up to the first floor where there are 2 further bedrooms and a bathroom. There are bi-fold doors to the front of the living area and French doors leading from the back of the kitchen area to a further secluded patio area via a 6” step. 8 steep paved steps approx. 7” high, lead up to a large, level enclosed garden with deck and extensive views over fields. There is outside lighting activated from inside. There is a bus service to local towns from a bus stop approx. 400m up the road. There is an unmanned railway station for the main Pembroke Dock line approx. 1.5 miles away. There is wheel chair access to the beach from a car park 1 mile down the road and a wheelchair ramp to a picnic /viewing area approx. 500m heading east from the house.
Weather mixed (storm Brian!), but filled every day. Freshwater East and West, Stackpole, Barafundle, Pembroke Castle, Colby Woodland Gardens, Tenby, all well worth a visit. House perfect, comfy, cosy and clean in a fantastic location. Managed to grab some lunch at The Stackpole Inn, well worth a visit and we were able to take the dog.
Lovely, cosy holiday home. Really enjoyed our stay. Fantastic location, great views and dog friendly (hard to find). Thank you for a lovely, relaxing break!
This is a lovely house in a fantastic location with lovely views from all of the windows. Living room with bi-folds particularly nice. Has everything you would need for a stay. We are familiar with the area, parents used to live nearby. We know how fabulous all the beaches and coastal path are. Freshwater Inn does good ‘pub grub’, and it is dog friendly too. Thank you for letting us share your lovely home.
Lovely house with great views. Weather was great, so we spent our days on the beach. Really enjoyed paddle boarding from Stackpole Quay with Dean from Outer reef, and walks along the coastal paths. This is a beautiful part of Wales and we hope to return.
We loved our stay, very lucky with the weather. House was great, perfect for the four of us.
10th summer at Fresh! Lovely to be back on Jason Road for ‘our view’. Beautiful home, none of us wanted to leave. House was ideal. Amazing views. Loved it here, hope to be back. Diolch yn fawr.
This house provided us with the perfect base for our week in Pembrokeshire. Fortunately, for us we were lucky with the weather and were able to enjoy the outdoors for the entire week. The beach at Freshwater East is as good as any of the local beaches, and the bay was idea for kayaking. A walk along the Coast Path to Stackpole offers up some impressive scenery and there are some pleasant walks around Barafundle. Overall, a very enjoyable stay.
This is a perfect holiday home! Fabulous location, well-equipped and with a lovely seaside charm. We enjoyed the Freshwater Inn as it is so local and serves good basic food. Barafundle is gorgeous, we also loved Broadhaven South and of course, Freshwater East beach. Had a great meal at The Stackpole Inn. Amazing home, thank you for sharing it with us.
What a hidden gem! Our family had such a nice break here and experiencing the full spectrum of Pembrokeshire summer weather. A couple of ‘blue bird’ days on the beach and walk to Barafundle is worth the effort. Pembroke Castle, coastal walking, Narberth asmused us when the weather didn’t play ball. Freshwater Inn over the road kept us well fed and watered. House is so well appointed and homely, shame we had to leave. Thanks for opening our eyes to beautiful Pembrokeshire.
We absolutely love this house and wish we could have stayed longer.It has a really nice "homely" feel and we had all of the facilities we needed . The gardens are big enough to play in and rest in and came with peace and sea views . Thank you for sharing this home with the guests