The Burrows

Contemporary self-catering accommodation, only a few minutes walk away from the breathtaking Freshwater West beach on Pembrokeshire’s scenic coast


The Burrows has recently been renovated and extended to provide a modern, comfortable four bedroom, self-catering home with outstanding sea and estuary views.  It lies within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and is only a 7 minute walk to Freshwater West Beach.  Relax in the upstairs living room or enjoy a glass of something on the first floor balcony overlooking the large garden, with an amazing panorama and fantastic sea views.  The large, well equipped kitchen/dining room has a large window overlooking the garden with doors out to a sunny terrace for eating al fresco.  There are 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.


  • Entrance hall
  • Shower room
  • Bathroom with bath/shower
  • 2 x double bedrooms and 1 x twin bedroom with with estuary views
  • Large main bedroom with king-size bed overlooking garden and sea view with en-suite walk in shower room
  • Large kitchen with dining area and sliding doors out to patio



  • Living room with windows overlooking sea
  • Electric woodburner fire
  • Double doors leading out to balcony with garden and sea views



  • Terrace suitable for dining or just sitting and enjoying the views
  • Large garden at rear with sea views
  • Smaller front garden with estuary views
  • Parking for 4 cars
  • Garage
  • The garden is not fully enclosed
  • At night time you can see the twinkling lights of the power station



The Burrows
The Burrows
SA71 5AH


T: 07970461585


Dog friendly: Yes



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