Message from Adrian and Jo Phillips
We wish to thank those of you that over the many years have been to stay in Japonica Cottage.
We have so enjoyed meeting you all but have recently decided to downsize to another part of Pembrokeshire in late February / early March 2019 and move on to the next stage of our lives
Anyone wishing to make contact please email at..... firstname.lastname@example.org
This delightful 4 star ground floor property is deceptively spacious and adjoins the owners detached country residence. The holiday cottage is completely self contained and visitors can relax and enjoy the tranquility in the beautiful garden which extends to half an acre of lawns, flower beds and a lily pond, the property is also surrounded by fields.
Self Catering Accommodation
The holiday cottage has one master bedroom with double bed, and a second bedroom with a single bed. Sleeps 1-3.
The conservatory overlooking the well cared for garden and surrounding open countryside leads into the lounge/dining room
There is a fully fitted kitchen and a spacious bathroom with a delux double sized shower.
Centrally Located in the Heart of Pembrokeshire
Set in the quiet village of Wiston (which has its own small castle and Norman church) in the heart of Pembrokeshire. It is just two miles from a village pub/restaurant and station and is an ideal base to explore the delights of north, south and west of the county.
The county town of Haverfordwest five miles due west is well worth a visit with a good variety of shops, restaurants, farmers market and ruins of a medieval castle which overlook the town centre.
To the north St Davids, the smallest city in Gt Britain is very popular and has it's famous 12th century cathedral and interesting arts and crafts shops.
To the south are popular seaside resorts of Tenby, Saundersfoot and 7 miles to the east the most interesting market town of Narberth.
For walking, cycling and fishing the Preseli Hills and LlysyFran Country Park are close by as are popular leisure attractions Oakwood Leisure Park, the renowned Folly Farm, Heatherton, the Dinosaur Park and nearby Clerkenhill Adventure Farm.
Finally within easy driving distance to the west is St Brides Bay and islands of Skomer, with its annual invasion of puffins, and Ramsey that can be visited, and the wonderful 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, and its most spectacular scenery.
Red Campions on nearby Skomer Island