cresswell house

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About Cresswell House

Heaven for walkers, bird watchers, lovers of a cosy room, an easy-going atmosphere and a good pub – close to Pembrokeshire’s glorious coast

On a peaceful and pretty tidal river creek between Narberth and Tenby, this Georgian Quay Master’s house is heaven for walkers, bird watchers and lovers of a good pub – there’s one just down the road. Guests have a separate entrance to cosy, modern-

rustic style, third-floor rooms: Welsh blankets, good white linen, pristine stone-tiled bathrooms, sofas, DVDs, coffee machines, a shared fridge. Philip and Rhian’s love of art is evident (as is their friendly, lively lurcher!); they make jams and bread for relaxed, full-Welsh breakfasts and happily advise on what to do. An easy-going place – great nearby beaches too.

Explore Pembrokeshire

From award winning beaches and coastal walks to a thousand years of historical sites and unique places of interest, Pembrokeshire ticks all the right boxes.

Take a kayak and have a gentle paddle around the tidal estuary.

Children and the young at heart love to cross the river on the stepping stones which lead to a trail through Scotland wood.

Walk the 198 mile coastal path.

Freshwater West – bring your cold weather gear for surfing. The less energetic can blow away the cobwebs on the beautiful west coast and visit Dobbies resting place.

Barafundle – voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by Good Holiday Guide Travel Magazine.

The adventurous might like to try coasteering

Visit Tenby town, beach and picturesque harbour. The Blue Ball is a great place to eat

Visit Narberth – a lovely old market town with a wealth of independent shops and galleries. Ultracomida is a great Spanish deli and a brilliant place for lunch or dinner on Friday and Saturday evenings

Take a stroll around the lily ponds at Bosherston.

Take a stroll to visit the Quayside tearooms in Lawrenny  (Easter to October only.)

Pembrokeshire Fish Week

Last but not least do not forget a visit to the Cresselly Arms as featured in CAMRA’s “Real Heritage Pubs of Wales”