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Fisherman's Cottage

St Helier, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Historic cottage dating back to mid 1700s on the outskirts of St Helier, sleeps up to 4.

Fisherman's Cottage dates from between 1740 - 1760 and is located on the outskirts of St Helier overlooking the bay of Greve D'Azette. The property has been sensitively restored to a very high standard creating a comfortable, well appointed self-catering cottage complete with one double bedroom; ensuite shower room, open plan lounge/kitchen and a private garden with sea views. There are cafes and restaurants close by together with a convenience store, launderette and parking for one car.

A two-minute walk through beautifully tended public gardens leads you to the sheltered, south facing beach of Havre des Pas, the area is known for its distinctive Victorian architecture which lines the roadside. An impressive focal point is the Victorian Lido; a safe place to swim and a popular destination for families in the summer months. The cottage is also a ten-minute walk from the bustling town centre of St Helier and a perfect base from which to explore Jersey's beautiful coastline and green lanes.

The property sleeps a maximum of 4 in a double bedroom and a sofabed. Facilities include a balcony, ocean views, private garden and parking, terrace, WiFi and central heating. There is a cooker, fridge, toaster, kettle plus safe, fireplace and satellite TV. Towels and linen are provided.

Prices from £36 per person per night. 2 night minimum stay. 7 night minimum in high season.

Room Types

Double
Family Rooms

Nearest Airport/s

Jersey