Monday, 4 July 2016

Looking for something out of the ordinary?

Tired of the same old package tours?

Fancy something completely different (possibly unique?) for your next holiday?

Want to get away in the UK, but don't want to stay in any of the usual holiday accommodations?

How about this...

The Cwm
This former RNLB (Royal National Lifeboat) boathouse, know as The Cwm, may be the answer to those questions asked above. Fancy holidaying in a disused boathouse? The master bedroom (window above the old boathouse doors) looks directly over the slipway and has an uninterrupted view of the sea...

Situated close to Newport, Pembrokeshire and right on the mouth of the Nevern Estuary The Cwm (Valley in English) is a small inlet with pebbles and sand making up a pleasant secluded beach. The Cwm is west of The Parrog and on the opposite side of the River to Traeth Mawr (Newport Sands).

The old lifeboat station at The Cwm had a very short life whilst in use and was abandoned in 1895 only eleven years after its construction. It is now a private residence and is available during some of the year as a holiday let.

I wonder if they include a boat of some kind in the rental price?