Crown Cottage appears to have been commissioned at the beginning of 2012 and is newly built; it is backed by, and physically attached to, holiday apartments to the rear of the building (which face the coast) and so the cottage only fronts the village street. It has no garden, as such, but a walled patio opens from the kitchen.We required a holiday rental with a non-shared bathroom/ toilet facilities. The main bedroom has en-suite facilities which are rather small but adequate, whilst the other two bedrooms share a bathroom at the end of the landing.There is also a toilet downstairs.All necessary when a large family is in residence! The kitchen is spacious and well appointed, with dish washer, fan oven, fridge &c.; The sitting room is of medium size but again, well appointed. The standard of cleanliness was very good and one would be hard pressed to find much to criticize with this property - other than the absence of a 'welcome pack' to tell you how everything works. However, information sheets were available as to such things as emergency services, local doctors, dentists and suchlike. The absence of wifi was rather disappointing, a feature usually to be found nowadays at many such establishments. Access to the internet always helps, amongst other things, to plan where to go and what to see in a new locality. Parking is in a private area to the rear. Penally village only has a small general store but is handy for general bits and bobs, such as food, milk, newspapers &c.; Tenby is a little over a mile walking distance from the cottage, either along the beach or by footpath which closely follows the local (and still operational) railway line. There is also a pub, "the Cross", which serves food (although we did not sample this) opposite and seemingly a fairly good bus service through the village.The railway station is also close at hand.