Black Hall Cottage
"A beautiful cottage with perfect views, couldn't have asked for a better spot for our holiday" - visitor comment, Sept 2011
Cottages to rent in Tenby, or near Tenby and Pembrokeshire beaches, looking for Amroth cottages? This detached family holiday cottage in Amroth has wonderful views of Amroth beach. From the cottage, at the Eastern end of the beach and close to The New Inn , you can enjoy a comfortable and relaxing holiday with the sound of the sea nearby. Amroth Bay is spread out right in front of you, from your bedroom window wake up to fantastic views across Amroth Bay to Tenby, Caldy Island, and the Bristol Channel beyond. You can reach the golden sands of Amroth beach just across the road, through the private seaside garden and across the stream, although it is easier to go 50 yards across the bridge and get to the sands opposite The New Inn. Staying at Black Hall you have plenty of choice on where to go and where to eat. The local pub serves good food and ale and there are several pubs, restaurants, a tea room, cafe and a village shop at the end of the beach road in Amroth village.
Close by, the National Trust owned Colby Woodland Gardens has miles and miles of woodland walks. Amroth Beach extends for some four miles, walking towards Saundersfoot and Tenby it is possible to reach Monkstone Point and beyond at low tide, and Telpyn Point can be reached in the other direction. This is heaven for dog owners! The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, now a National Trail, starts just 50 yards from the cottage. From here you can start the walk that goes all around the Pembrokeshire Coast, a total of 186 miles, or you can just walk to Wiseman’s Bridge and Saundersfoot through the miner’s tunnels, or even to Tenby, if you feel energetic. You can always catch the coastal bus for the return journey.
Black Hall Cottage is a four hundred year old, detached, stone built cottage, facing south and sheltered up against a cliff. There are two doors at the front, one enters the kitchen and the other the lounge and dining area. The stairs off the lounge lead to the bathroom with a good size bath with shower over, and to the three bedrooms which all have washbasins and wardrobes. The master bedroom has a king size bed, the second bedroom has twin beds, and the smaller third bedroom also has twin beds. Access to bedroom three is through bedroom two, and in each of the bedrooms you can wake up to the sounds of the sea and beautiful sea views. Heating is provided by radiators from the oil fired boiler and hot water by the roof-mounted solar panels. The wood burning stove in the lounge can give a warm focal point for cosy evenings in the cottage.
There is parking for one car alongside the cottage and a second vehicle may be parked off-road behind farm gates on the private land opposite.
Ideal for 2 to 6 people, plus cot for a baby.
One, or maximum two dogs are allowed, and the house rules are simply that dogs are not allowed upstairs in bedrooms and should not be left unattended in the cottage unless they are confined to the kitchen area with their own bedding and toys to keep them happy.
The Kitchen has a dishwasher, laundry facilities with washing machine and tumble dryer, a modern fan oven and halogen hob with overhead extractor, a microwave oven and a large double door fridge and freezer. It is fully equipped with all necessary cooking utensils, cutlery, cups, mugs, glasses and dishes, all you will need in this well cared for, four star, Visit Wales inspected cottage.