Hoch Cottage, Roch, Pembrokeshire


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Charming 3 bedroom Pembrokeshire Cottage Wealth of charm and original features

Stunning sea views to fore to St. Brides Bay and Skomer Island

Set in apx. 1 acre

Close to coast at Newgale and Nolton

With distant coastal views over to St. Brides Bay and Skomer Island and its large plot, Hoch Cottage, Roch is a delightful, traditional cottage that FBM Estate Agents are delighted to bring to the market.

Originally two Pembrokeshire cottages that were joined to make one good sized home Hoch Cottage offers a wealth of charm and character with such features as exposed beams and stone work, stripped floorboards and original doors and original range cooker. Set on apx. 1 acre the property is approached via a private driveway to parking and gardens. The gardens are delightful and are laid to lawn at the front with the remainder being lawns and mature shrubs and bushes. There are views over towards St. Brides and Skomer from the front of the property. There is also a double garage and a hen house and garden shed. Internally the accommodation includes sun room, open plan lounge and kitchen, recently refurbished bathroom, ground floor bedroom and office/study. To first floor at either end of the property there are 2 further bedrooms.

Located on the edge of the village of Roch, a small and popular village with an active community and well respected junior school. A local shop, post office, a pub/restaurant and micro-brewery, and busy community centre are enjoyed and supported by the residents, and a local fisherman provides Pembrokeshire crab, lobster and line caught sea bass! It also boasts a fabulous 12th century castle dramatically perched on an enormous rock that has been renovated and now operates as a small luxury hotel. The county town of Haverfordwest is some 5 miles distant with its excellent range of shops and amenities. Newgale, one of the best surfing beaches on this coast, is within a few minutes drive. Its expanse of sand, sea and craggy cliffs as well as the coastal path winding up and along the headland makes it popular with swimmers, surfers, walkers and wildlife enthusiasts, yet it never appears crowded. A few miles along the coast is the very popular village of Solva boasting one of the most beautiful harbours in the country. With a yacht club, harbour restaurants, pubs well know for their excellent cuisine, art galleries and boutiques plus a doctors' surgery and food shop, it's a lovely neighbouring village to benefit from.

Continuing up the coast approx. 6 miles past Solva is the UK's smallest city of St Davids. With its magnificent cathedral, an abundance of boutiques & shops, food stores – including a butcher, restaurants and art galleries, it too is a handy local resource with many amenities.

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