A gorgeous riverside cottage, stylish and spacious with bubbly hot tub. Glorious beaches nearby waiting to be explored. Perfect  for a great holiday throughout the year.
Surrounded by captivating river views and pretty woodland welcome to Leeward Cottage. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the area from the wonderfully relaxing hot tub.
Nestling just opposite the meandering river. Stroll the shore line...
Captivating river views.
Anyone fancy a barbecue on a warm summer's night?
Beautiful views from the en-suite bathroom on the lower ground level.
Pastel, calming shades throughout the cottage.
A perfect Pembrokeshire holiday awaits in riverside Leeward Cottage. Spectacular beaches galore are within a short drive.
Leisurely holiday meals await.
Unwind taking in the riverside views.
Open plan design creates the perfect space for long awaited get togethers.
Beautifully furnished throughout.
Such gorgeous comfortable interiors.
Stylish Bedroom 1 on the ground floor has an adjacent wet room.
The stylish wet room on the ground floor adjacent to Bedroom 1.
A good night's sleep is promised in Bedroom 1, which has a king bed and adjacent wet room.
Ground floor wet room.
Gorgeous Bedroom 1.
En -suite bathroom for Bedroom 2, king on the lower ground level.
Pretty pinks in the king room on the lower ground floor with stunning en-suite bathroom.
Gaze at the wonderful river views from the king room on the lower ground floor.
Sweet twin room near the bunk room and family bathroom on the lower ground floor.
Lovely deep bath with a separate shower in the family bathroom on the lower ground floor.
Sweet dreams ....
Children will love the bunk-beds, located on the lower ground level.
Family bathroom on the lower ground floor with bath and separate shower.
Perfect place to relax with a glass of bubbles immersed in the beauty of your surroundings.
Time for some holiday relaxation. It's the simple things.
Regardless of the time of year, look no further than Leeward Cottage. Glorious, sunny beach days or cosy nights in, bracing autumnal woodland walks and country pubs with roaring log fires.
Explore the woodlands nearby.
Glorious Tenby Beaches.
This magical beach is yours to enjoy at Tenby.
Award winning Barafundle Beach is within a very short drive... golden sands, crystal ocean, pine forests and sand dunes.
Discover eclectic shops and a great selection of eateries in Tenby.
Do visit one of Wales' famous castles, the birth place of Henry VII, Pembroke Castle.
Glorious Whitesands Beach.
Pembrokeshire's dramatic coastline is waiting to be explored. Nolton is one of very many beaches.
Be captivated by spectacular Newgale Beach.
Follow the Coast Path to Strumble Head.
Magical Pwll Gwaelod.
Carew Castle and Tidal Mill make for an interesting day out.
Magnificent St. David's cathedral. The vibrant little city has boutique shops, good pubs, restaurants, galleries and cafes. Stunning beaches to explore.
The enchanting St. David's Peninsula. Catch a boat to spot the local sealife - you may well see pods of dolphins.
Pembrokeshire has stunning views and the most dramatic coastline.
Surfers and families love Freshwater West, Whitesands and Newgale pictured here.
The popular, colourful town of Tenby with swathes of golden sands and sheltered bays. Why not catch boat to Caldey Island from the Harbour.
Beautiful Tenby is a short drive away.

Leeward Cottage

5214

2.7 miles NE of Pembroke / Sleeps 8 + cot

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Centrally located in the pretty village of Cosheston, The Brewery Inn is a welcoming pub with large beer garden for al fresco dining. The menu is created using the best local and British produce and dogs are made very welcome.

Nearest beach

This is surely one of the best beaches in Pembrokeshire, a wide open sandy bay backed by sand dunes. It's relatively sheltered and ideal for family days out, you can even bring the dog as it's dog friendly year round. Nearby you'll find a car park, shop, cafe and toilets and the village is a short stroll away.

Nearest walk

From April until September you can enjoy wandering around over thirty five acres of beautifully kept historic gardens surrounding the castle. You will find a rose garden, rare trees, a walled garden and woodland walks past remains of medieval fish ponds. Take a look at their website for further details and opening times.

Nearest town

Situated on an inlet of the Daugleddau esturary, Cosheston is a pretty Pembrokshire village with a popular village pub, The Brewery Inn and home to Upton Castle with 35 acres of beautiful gardens.

Also nearby

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

With views over the River Cleddau and the marina, this bar is a great place to meet up and dine with friends and family.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

June 2022

Jane

The place to eat! Wonderful views over the Marina, great food and friendly staff.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

A takeaway cafe and shop, selling local produce, high end craft, sandwiches and excellent coffee. They even have an aquarium so you can take home the live catch of the day.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2022

Lobster. Ice cream. Gin.

Great lobster roll.
Great ice cream in a fab cone.
Gin tasting…


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2022

Lobster, Ice cream and Gin.

Great lobster roll.
Great ice cream in a fab cone…
Gin tasting.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2022

Lobster, Ice cream and Gin.

Great lobster roll.
Great ice cream in a fab cone…
Gin tasting.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

August 2022

Lobster, Ice cream and Gin.

Great lobster roll.
Great ice cream in a fab cone…
Gin tasting.

Found in Cosheston Garden Centre, Martha's Kitchen has a reputuation for excellent breakfasts and friendly staff. If you are in the area call in for a tasty snack and a look around the garden centre.

Steeped in over 2000 years of history, Carew Castle and Tidal Mill is a facinating place to visit. With the castle, tea rooms, wildlife and tidal mill to explore, there is something for everyone here.

Pembroke Dock, also known as The Port of Pembroke has had historic links to the Navy since the opening of the Royal Navy Dockyard in 1814. These days the Victorian town has a good selection of shops, cafes and restaurants and is home to a twice daily ferry service to southern Ireland. There's lots of scenic walking in the area on the Pembroke Coast Path and also the Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre to visit.

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