Cresswell House a place to feel at home.
A place to feel welcome and create special memories.
About Cresswell House
Heaven for walkers, bird watchers, lovers of a cosy room, an easy-going atmosphere and a good pub - close to Pembrokeshire’s glorious coast
On a peaceful and pretty tidal river creek between Narberth and Tenby, this Georgian Quay Master's house is heaven for walkers, bird watchers and lovers of a good pub – there's one just down the road. Guests have a separate entrance to cosy, modern-rustic style, third-floor rooms: Welsh blankets, good white linen, pristine stone-tiled bathrooms, sofas, DVDs, coffee machines, a shared fridge. Philip and Rhian's love of art is evident (as is their friendly, lively lurcher!); they make jams and bread for relaxed, full-Welsh breakfasts and happily advise on what to do. An easy-going place – great nearby beaches too.
From ward winning beaches and coastal walks to a thousand years of historical sites and unique places of interest
Children and the young at heart love to cross the stepping stones which leads you to Scotland wood
Take a kayak and have a gentle paddle on the estuary and see the wonderful wildlife from a different angle
- Freshwater West - bring your cold weather gear for surfing. The less energetic can blow away the cobwebs on the beautiful west coast and visit Dobbies resting place.
- Café Môr is the award winning street food supplier of fresh quality seafood and part of The Pembrokeshire Beach..
- Barafundle - voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by Good Holiday Guide Travel Magazine.
- The adventurous might like to try coasteering. Find out more
- Visit Tenby town, beach and picturesque harbour. The Blue Ball is a great place to eat. Find out more
- Visit Narberth - a lovely old market town with a wealth of independent shops and galleries. Ultracomida is a great Spanish deli and a brilliant place for lunch or dinner on Friday and Saturday evenings. Find out more
- Take a stroll around the lily ponds at Bosherston.
- Take a stroll to visit the Quayside tearooms in Lawrenny (Easter to October only.)
- Last but not least do not forget a visit to the Cresselly Arms as featured in CAMRA’s “Real Heritage Pubs of Wales”
- Visit Skomer Island for the Puffins and bluebells, Island boats trips to Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm run by Dale Sailing
- 950km of public paths, check out Walk in the Park
- Surfing and Standup Paddle boarding. See website for more