Glengeordie Cottage Holiday Cottage in Burton
Glengeordie Cottage is a delightful holiday home a conversion of a steam engine house, adjoining the owner’s house. The first 3-wheeled Robey Steam Roller was once housed here but has now moved to the Robey Trust.
You are assured a warm welcome from the owners at this well-equipped and charmingly furnished cottage with a fitted kitchen, wet room and dining room on the ground floor, while stairs lead up to the characterful eaves sitting room on the first floor newly furnished with comfy leather sofa and arm chairs, the alcoves and gas fire ensure a cosy feel and are perfect for relaxing after a busy day exploring the County.
The double bedroom leading off this also nestles in the eaves. Guests are welcome to use the large, enclosed lawned garden shared with the owner, prettily planted, it has plenty to amuse the children, while the paved patio is an ideal spot to relax and dine alfresco, cooking dinner on the barbecue and enjoying a glass of wine, or if you want to leave the cooking to others, a 5 minute downhill walk takes you to The Jolly Sailor pub serving good food located on the riverside with children’s play area or alternatively The Beggars Reach hotel with restaurant is a short drive away. It is approximately a half a mile downhill walk to the Cleddau where at one of its widest stretches launching facilities and boat trips are available. Here you can enjoy crabbing off the floating pontoon. A short drive will take you to secret hideaways on the banks of the Cleddau, home to a variety of wildlife including heron and kingfishers.
Glengeordie Cottage is only 20-25 minutes drive from a number of beautiful beaches, bays and historic castles as the Cleddau Bridge links the north and south of the County.
Ground Floor: Entrance hall, cloak room, dining room, 2 steps down and low doorway to kitchen, 2 steps down to shower room/whb/wc.
First Floor: Some restricted headroom in the eaves - Sitting room, double room, twin room, single room/3ft wide bed, shower room/whb/wc.
Facilities: Gas cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV, video player/recorder, videos and books, garden furniture, swings, whirly see-saw, barbecue.
Heating: Gas central heating, gas fire, storage heaters.
Electricity: & Gas: £30 per week Oct - May, £15 per week June - Sept.
Parking: 2 cars.
General: Gas cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine, 4 TVs, DVD player, WiFi, garden furniture, see-saw, barbecue.
Pets: 1 small well-behaved dog.
Thank you Nancy for a wonderful stay with a warm welcome of tea and yummy welsh cakes and a lovley clean house, We made good use of the lovely garden, especially with 4 children!You made the children very welcome so they felt very at home and we didnt need to worry about them misbehaving too much!The tomatoes and herbs made a great addition to our meals-thanks, Alice has not let go of the chinese pig you gave herand Issie was very pleased with her ladybird W had a good week of walking and sepnding time on the beaches and in the sea.We escpecially liked Broadhaven. The trip to Caldey Island was great and St Davids coastline is beautiful. We really liked the Jolly Sailor pub with its great views of the estuary and the crabbing activity.The house is a great location for visits to lots of places "thank you Nancy and Mike I loved the crabbing"Louise "Thank you Nancy and Mike it was lovely staying in Pembrokeshire and I think it is the best county I have ever been to" Oscar xxxx