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Places to stay in Abercastle

Places to stay in Abercastle
The Stable is a recently converted barn in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with great views of the sea and fields. It is a good place for couples, solo adventurers, hikers, bird watchers, seal spotters and stargazers who are looking for peace and tranquillity. The spectacular coastal path is a short walk away. The stable is eco-friendly and comfortable with underfloor heating, modern media facilities and a bathroom that has received much praise from our guests.
This 19th century stable was converted to a small house two years ago. It has one bedroom on a mezzanine. It has great views and is located at the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast. It is very quiet here and gets very dark at night.
The Stable is part of Ty Isaf Farm, of which the main farmhouse has not had the restoration it deserves yet. We are not building at the moment. The farm has a private drive off a dead-end road in the pretty hamlet of Llanwnda on the Strumble peninsula.
  • Wonderful second stay at the stable, Florence is a great host and it’s a perfectly quiet and remote place to write with everything you could need. Thank you

    Faye2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent location for a short break

    Ian2020-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • Great place in an amazing location!

    Daisy2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful time staying at Florence's cottage. We wanted a quiet and relaxed weekend and due to storm Ciara we got just that! The roll top bath and walk in shower were well and truly made the most of and as was the Netflix film subscription! The cottage would be a great couples retreat with a couple of cosy pubs a drive away and plenty of wild walks nearby, we weren't able to take advantage of the gorgeous countryside due to the weather but it was really quite special experiencing the wind and rain from our cosy, safe cottage. I highly recommend Florence as a host, she was kind enough to welcome us shortly after we arrived but we also felt like we had total privacy for the duration of our stay. Thank you so much for having us!

    Rachel2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely location and wonderful space!

    Vas2020-02-07T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely relaxing stay here. It's totally remote and peaceful. Close to coastal path walks and stunning scenery. The bath, as others have said, is wonderful. Would very happily stay again.

    Dulcie2020-02-05T00:00:00Z
  • The location was stunning. The stable conversion was absolutely amazing - was such a relaxing weekend in a delightful place to stay. The bathroom was worth it alone without all the other amenities - couldn’t rate this any higher - it’s a perfect place to stay, the only downside was having to leave ! Would 100% return Thank you

    Alexander2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • We had a very comfortable stay, the Airbnb was cosy and well-equipped with all the essentials as well as a lovely bathroom and nice hot shower which was great after a rainy walk! Communication from Florence was great, including popping over to say hello on our last day, and there is a useful folder full of maps and suggestions for walks. I will be recommending this Airbnb to our friends and wish we could have stayed longer.

    Samantha2020-01-28T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Llanwnda, Wales, United Kingdom

    The Tree House is elevated and built amongst the tree tops. It has a cosy, spacious and light ambience . A short walk through a wooded valley, following a pretty stream with a mill pond leads to a quiet and sheltered cove that's good for swimming with a natural diving pool in the rocks refilled with every tide. Or enjoy the spectacular views of the Pembrokeshire National Park. Please note, bookings between 18th July and 29th August 1 week minimum changeover on Saturday.
    The unique location and access to the coastal path and cove is a great draw. There is a sense of being in the trees as it’s built on the side of a National Trust valley which holds the highest conservation status. Also, check out our famous tree swing, just below the property. We moved here because we can just walk out of the house with a cup of tea in hand and stroll to the headland in minutes, stepping into wilderness. My dream was to live in a place with nothing between me and the sea.
    The house is 5 minutes drive to St Davids, Britain's smallest city, which has numerous restaurants, cafe's, activity centres including some of the best surfing in the UK and heritage sites. The village of Solva, also 5 mins drive or 20 mins walk, is considered one the prettiest harbour villages in the UK with pubs and shops for visitors as well as boating facilities. You can walk to both along the spectacular coast path and get a regular bus back to the Pink House. Guide Book for The Pink House/Tree House and Shepherds Hut This is by no means an exhaustive list of the places I love to visit or eat and drink in: Solva: Mam gu – Amazing Welsh cakes baked on the premises. Lots of different flavours as well as the traditional version. Based on a recipe passed down in the owners family. Also lovely coffee and a variety of herbal teas as well as food. The Lavender Café in Raoul Speeks Gallery. Eat delicious homemade cakes and drinks surrounded by art and Heather’s photo’s. Strong Cuban influence infused with Welsh flavours. Back coast road between St Davids and Croesgoch near Berea. Perennial Garden and Café SA62 6DB – Newly opened and my very favourite place at the moment. Very interesting range of coffees and teas. My daughter had coffee from Lake Atitlan in Guatamala (having swum in this sacred lake on her Gap Year) and I had Earl Grey with Blue Flowers. The tasty sandwiches came with organic salad. You can also buy bags of salad and the most beautiful bunches of flowers. I’ve decided to cycle across the Dowrog Common to get there next time I visit. The Druidstone SA62 3NE 01437 781221 I have always loved “The Dru” as it is affectionately known. A hotel set on cliffs overlooking St Brides Bay. The beach below is accessed down a steep winding path with the best rock pools for blennies we’ve found. Eat in the posh restaurant and watch the sunset or in the cellar bar where you can choose to sit outside on the terrace or in the walled garden. Full of art work and host for various music and drama events. Porthgain Interesting walks through fascinating industrial architecture and coastal walks where you hear and catch sight of Grey Atlantic seal pups with their mothers. http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/explore-pembrokeshire/wildlife-and-nature/seal-watching/ Here you can visit the Sloop Pub which has a great outdoor sun trap of a terrace. Watch your children playing on the green as you relax and catch the last rays of the setting sun. Or get fish and chips from The Shed – a restaurant that specialises in local freshly caught fish. Nearby is The Blue Lagoon. Enjoy cliff jumping here, the site of the Red Bull championships. Learn how to jump safely first please – google it! My sons friend dislocated both his shoulders by not taking due care. Llys Meddyg - Newport http://www.llysmeddyg.com/ Well worth the 45min trip up the coast for an outstanding meal in the restaurant or cellar bar or outside in the garden. Children and dog friendly. Great art and ceramics. I am bias of course because my daughter Louise and her husband Ed own the hotel and restaurant / Ceramics by Adam Buick http://www.adambuick.com/ (son-in-law)/Art by a selection of the best artists in Pembrokeshire. While you are there visit The Witches Cauldron, an extraordinary geological feature https://www.coastalcottages.co.uk/things-to-do-in-pembrokeshire/witches-cauldron/538/ . On a calm day swim through the caves and arches at low tide. And of course visit Whitesands Bay – café and amenities have not spoilt the natural beauty of this wonderful beach. Watc the local surfers zoom down to the beach when they hear the surfs up. I love the walk to St Davids Head from Whitesands. If you’re feeling energetic walk around Carnliddi or up and over the top. See if you can spot the cromlechs that are littered around – a slight exaggeration! On our little hand written map , where Wrecks are written check out this story http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/621818. The 3 tugs were shipwrecked in 1981 the year before we moved here. My children loved playing on them and its well worth a scramble down the well worn (though not obvious) cliff path to see how the beach is strewn with tortured metal from the tugs. Talking about which- in the inaccessible cove beyond Elephants Head (written about by a travel writer in the 50’s as a place that tourists will flock to in the future like they do to Wookey Hole in The Cheddar Gorge) you may spy smugglers steps hewn into the promontory on the Solva side – my children tell me now how they used to climb down them (my blood runs cold at the thought)!! And before I finish this weeney guide book – I want to tell you how I told my daughter off for exaggerating when she said that the sea was really warm in the cove. I had to apologise because I was astonished to find that it was – and I am a real coldy custard. Because the south facing cove has pillars of black rock that get warmed during the day if the tide’s out, they act like storage radiators and warm the water significantly when the tide comes in at the end of the afternoon. (you’ve got to get the conditions just right though) I hope this gives you a taste of this lovely area and what it has to offer. Please let us know in the guest book what you have enjoyed during your stay here.
  • Cannot recommend this property enough, especially if you have dogs! lovely walks and still central for lovely towns and beaches. Everything you need for a relaxing break is supplied

    Debbie2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fabulous weekend stay despite atrocious weather. Wonderful treehouse experience in a gorgeous location. The tree swing was a massive hit with my son. We definitely plan on a second stay and a longer one.

    Donna2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • This Treehouse was like a little peace of heaven on Earth! It was beautifully clean, comfortable and so relaxing! Every comfort had been thought of and there is a library of books to keep you entertained!! We had a small problem with the shower which Elizabeth fixed immediately for us! The wonderful views were so close, only 5 mins along the lane to the most breathtaking scenery!! I have a very demanding job and The Treehouse has an amazing way of making you feel so relaxed! 5 stars!! We will be back!!

    Karen2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • The tree house is the perfect place to stay. It was clean, cosy and a great base to explore to stunning coast of Wales.

    Jo2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • This is a special place. In 10 minutes you can walk to one of the most beautiful parts of the Pembs. coast. Cabin is cosy and quirky with great artwork all around you.

    Anna2020-02-05T00:00:00Z
  • My partner, the dogs and I had a lovely stay at the tree house. It was very cosy and comfortable, and very close to the coast and beautiful walks.

    Josephine2020-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • 10/10 would recommend!! Clean, toasty and comfy place! Beautiful views and walks!

    Ria2020-02-01T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay in the tree house was fantastic! It immediately felt like home and the path to the sea is just breathtaking. The accommodation is equipped with absolutely everything that you need and very clean.

    Helen2020-01-24T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Solva, United Kingdom

    Walk down the wooded valley right from the back door of this restored historic miner's cottage. Period features like flagstone floors and beamed, vaulted ceilings meet contemporary conveniences such as underfloor heating and a free-standing tub.
    A lovely spacious cottage with rustic Pembrokeshire character situated right next to the coast. Two double bedrooms, open plan living area, large kitchen and spacious veranda. The cottage is located close to Nolton Haven, Newgale, Little haven and druidston beach. All of which have pubs and restaurants to suit your needs. The cottage accommodates 4 people. There is a good sized master bedroom with amazing views and a kingsized bed. There is a second bedroom with a comfy double bed with an ensuite bathroom. Both bedrooms have adequate storage and hanging space for clothes. The main bathroom has a stand alone bath, which is great for relaxing. The cottage has an office room which could accommodate an extra guest on a sofa bed. The kitchen is fitted with a cooker, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, coffee machine and all necessary utensils. The open plan living room has a comfy sofa, a "42" flat screen TV, record player, books to browse through and a range of board games. The cottage has under floor heating, access to wifi, internet connection and use of a washing machine and dryer. Overlooking the flowery meadow is the south facing veranda which is perfect for watching the dramatic coastal sunsets. The cottage is situated by national trust woodland, so it is not uncommon to see birds of prey, foxes and the residential barn owl.
    Situated in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park and surrounded by National Trust land, Carren Bach cottage is part of the Southwood Estate. Spot all kinds of wildlife, surf, and discover numerous nearby villages, pubs, and restaurants.
  • Had an amazing 3 night stay in Carren Bach. The cottage is absolutely beautiful, everything is so tastefully decorated. Hot tub is incredible with amazing views. Lots of board games to keep us entertained when the weather wasn't so good. We had absolutely everything we could have needed for a lovely break. Would definitely return.

    Bethany2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • What else to say that hasn't already been said in all of the other 5* reviews? We had a wonderful weekend relaxing and unwinding, even in the rain this place is still magical. As another review said, if you're thinking about booking here, just do it!

    Henry2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • If you’re after a stunning, secluded location, yet close to amenities, an increasingly space full of character and are inspiring decor and views.... look no further!! We could have moved in and wished we could have stayed far longer. We hope to visit again in summertime. Watching the sun go down in the hot tub was certainly a highlight I’d like to repeat!

    Mariza2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • This property is amazing. No detail is forgotten about and the whole place is stunning. The photos show the property off well, bit don’t do it justice! We stayed during a pretty stormy weekend and the weather actually made the weekend better - the underfloor heating is lovely, the living area is stunning and the light and airy upstairs bedroom has wonderful views, whether the sun is shining or the rain and wind beating down (the feature window!). The owners have kitted this place out so there is nothing you want for, the retro record player was a brilliant touch (along with an excellent and “varied” record collection), as is the coffee machine. Obviously though, the hot tub is the main “extra”, being based in a very cool hut with sliding barn doors so you can enjoy wide views outside whilst being out of the elements if the weather is harsh (as it was when we were there!). It’s amazing to sit sheltered in the hut (with the cool retro decor) whilst the elements do their thing. Would fully recommend this property and we can’t wait to go back in warmer months to enjoy the outdoor spaces (BBQ area, seating deck and lawns).

    Alex2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Stayed here with my wife and 1 year old child. Would give it 6 stars if I could, absolutely amazing. Would definitely recommend to any couples on their own or with a small child as the under floor heating and cleanliness makes it great for them to crawl around on. The itinerary was great and Emma gave us some ideas for things to do, just think beaches, small towns, coffee shops, pub lunches etc. A must book if you haven’t already stayed here, breathtaking views and you genuinely feel like you’re ’off the grid’ in your own little world.

    Maniel2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • We had a very enjoyable experience at Carren Bach. We wanted somewhere to unwind and escape our busy lives. Emma was a super host made us feel very welcome and very helpful. The place is beautiful and very cosy.

    Dafne2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our stay at Carren Bach Cottage, which kept us warm and cosy throughout the storm! The rooms were beautiful and the amenities - especially the kitchen - were fantastic. Heated floor was a lovely touch, as was the record player, and we loved the style and decor too - it's clear lots of thought has gone into making Carren Bach a wonderful place to stay.

    Victoria2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • We spent a lovely 3 days at Carren Bach. Emma was in contact before we visited making sure we had all the information we might need. Carren Bach was the perfect accommodation, beautifully decorated. We made regular use of the hot tub and record player. We are already planning when we can visit again!

    Kirstie2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Spacious unspoiled period home with light airy rooms having all original features affords comfortable accommodation in a quiet location, set back from the main road yet close to the centre of St Davids, Wales' smallest city. Breakfast is included with a selection of home made preserves available and tea/coffee making facilities which can be used anytime in the guests private dining room. Please see our other room/listing for more availability (Period home in centre of St Davids)
    A chance to experience living in an impressive, original 1880 period house in the heart of Wales' smallest city.
    St Davids is surrounded by the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast Path, only a short walk away which is listed in the top ten coastal walks in the World by National Geographic.
  • The accommodation is filled with character and our wonderful hosts went the extra mile to make our stay a delight. The house is perfectly situated in the centre of St David's, with easy access to every local amenity. Outstanding scenery locally.

    Zoë2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Great hospitality and a fantastic location near city center.

    Robb2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Everything was great! Fraser and Fiona and the dogs showed me a wonderfully warm Welsh welcome and I wouldn't hesitate to book again on future travels. Diolch o galon!

    Jessica2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • This was my first AirBnB experience and my next hosts have a lot to live up to! The accommodation was charming and spotlessly clean in a great central location. Fraser was very welcoming, knowledgeable and helpful. The room was perfect with a comfy bed, very good WiFi and there were thoughtful extras including toiletries in the bathroom. Breakfast was plentiful and there was a wide choice of beverages, breads, cereals, jams and fruit etc. Fraser is a great host who went above and beyond to ensure I had a great stay. I couldn’t ask for more and I would definitely stay here again.

    Jane2020-02-06T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing location right in the heart of what has to be Wales’s most beautiful (albeit minuscule) city! Room super-cosy and really warm, and breakfast delicious. Highly recommend.

    Kate2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay in a gorgeous location ! close to everything and such a cosy and welcoming space ! Fraser was very accomodating and gave great tips on walks and local pubs etc. Would recommend !

    Madeleine2020-01-15T00:00:00Z
  • I enjoyed my stay here - the house is big and very centrally located, the bedroom was comfortable and the shared bathroom was cosy and clean, with lots of small touches to make guests feel welcome. Fraser and Fiona are friendly and welcoming. St David’s is a lovely little city with a few good restaurants, cafes and the stunning cathedral and bishop’s palace, and the beautiful coastline is 20-25 minutes walk away.

    Tammy2019-12-22T00:00:00Z
  • I had a great time visiting St. David's and staying here. They are very thoughtful and hospital people. It was really nice to be able to wake up to a nice little breakfast bar. Fraser invited me to see his ska band, which I would have loved to do but I fell ill and needed to rest before I continued my travels through Wales. My train from Cardiff was late so I missed the connecting bus to St. David's in the middle of the country side at night. He attempted to arrange a ride for me even though I was quite far away still. I appreciated the effort and got myself out of the situation eventually with a fellow stuck traveller.

    Alec2019-12-09T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Saint David's, United Kingdom

    Take a break or book a nice holiday in this very open and airy cottage. We are happy to help you to make your holiday a top event. Relaxation and enjoyment for everyone. property is close to the 1000 mile hiking trail, 1 mile from the beautiful cliffs and in the middle of nature. The local market town of Haverfordwest is also very close by with a wide variety of shops and restaurants. The house is suitable for couples, solo adventurers, families (with children) and hairy friends (pets).
    Taking hot showers is always possible. restrictions on the use of hot water. By meadows, a beautiful garden with the possibility of a barbecue. It's really in the middle of nature yet close to all local amenities. Search for welshwalks-cottages followed by co.uk and see beautiful pictures of the area. For young people there are endless possibilities for all kinds of water sports, climbing, horse riding and many more activities. Dog lovers! In the hayloft you can bring a maximum of 2 sweet dogs. The boss will never leave them alone.
    Super safe neighbourhood, where children can enjoy themselves. For hikers, a great place for beautiful walks and exploring. A place without noise, without stress, just peace and quiet.
  • Brilliant stay! Lovely property! Would definely come again :) thank you so much

    Lowra2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • This was a lovely little cottage. Beautiful and clean and even decorated tastefully for Christmas. The children loved that they had to climb a ladder to go to bed and said that the beds were 'well comfy'. We loved our stay and would highly recommend and would love to stay again maybe when the weather is better.

    Sarah2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • A remote and lovely escape.

    Felicity2019-12-28T00:00:00Z
  • A gem of a place ! Spotlessly clean , great location and super hosts ! We will be back 🙂

    Sally2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place to stay beautiful location and brilliant hosts! Wish we could have stayed longer !

    Cerys2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing, unique space. Great use of space creates a cosy atmosphere. Walking distance to the beach and didn’t see one car, a real break.

    Brogan2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • Beautifully refurbished barn accommodation in a beautiful setting. Easy access to Pembrokeshire Coastal walks. Lovely, helpful hosts with lots of local knowledge. Hot tub is an added bonus! Highly recommend.

    Emma2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • Such a lovely place with very friendly hosts. Definitely a place to stay, cannot recommend highly enough

    Sana2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    2

    Rhoslanog Cottages, Wales, United Kingdom

    Unique barn, ancient Pembrokeshire farm, lovely self-contained suite: woodstove, large shower, loft bedroom, wifi, patio, pure spring water, home-grown food, fruit, bread and cakes baked by Christine, eggs from our chickens. Nearby beaches cliffs dolphins station and Irish ferry!
    A UNIQUE RETREAT Perfect rural retreat for two: the barn of an ancient Pembrokeshire longhouse, now a beautiful self contained suite of rooms - living/dining room, wood stove, breakfast patio, kitchen with fridge, freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob, microwave, Belfast sink, bathroom with large shower, and a traditional croglofft bedroom (see the photos). Wifi Internet, private parking, and our own delicious spring water on tap. And all only five minutes from the beach, the cliffs, seals on the shore, porpoises and dolphins in the waves, the world's "second best coast" (National Geographic) and "the world's best beaches" (Guardian), plus ferry to Ireland and trains from all over Britain. REAL FOOD The Cwtsh is a peaceful retreat on a working smallholding. We specialise in good home-grown food, fruit, preserves, bread, pancakes and cakes all baked by Christine. When you arrive, and depending on the length of your visit, your fridge will be ready stocked with everything you need for your breakfasts - eggs, milk, tomatoes, bacon and sausages, cheese, butter, yoghurts etc etc. There will be a loaf of Christine's bread, muesli, oatcakes, preserves, fruit, herbs and spices, plus good alternatives if you let us know you have special diets. And the timber and firewood for the stove is produced by Mike in our own ancient woodlands. EVERY SEASON This is a place for all seasons: the Cwtsh has wide patio doors for sunny breakfasts, ancient arrowslit windows for cosy autumn nights, a skylight to view the Milky Way in winter and meteor showers any time. Ffynnon Clun has truly wonderful dark skies which glisten with stars. WINTER RETREAT 2017-18 From mid-November 2017 to mid-February 2018, the Cwtsh will be available on at low rates exclusively to long-stay guests (anything from 20-90 nights). If you are completing a book, writing a script, finishing a thesis, this could be just the winter retreat you need. Please discuss your requirements. EXHILARATING COAST AND CLIFFS Five minutes away is the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path, the most exhilarating coastal experience in Britain. Walk a mile or twenty miles, but be sure not to miss it during your stay. BEST BEACHES "Forget the Caribbean or Thailand, Pembrokeshire has the world's best beaches ... at least 243 beaches of unparalleled beauty" wrote The Guardian on July 20th 2013, and we agree. LIFE IN FISHGUARD At the foot of the hill, past Fishguard & Goodwick Station (regular trains from Swansea, Cardiff, Bristol, Manchester and London) and the Irish Ferry terminal, the town of Fishguard has independent bookshops, delis and cafés, galleries and farmers' markets, the extraordinary Last Invasion Tapestry, and plenty of live music all year. MAGIC MOUNTAINS Inland, the Preseli Hills - once described as "better than a day in bed" - are the magical source of the bluestones of Stonehenge. TWO'S COMPANY The Cwtsh is ideal for two people, but we regularly welcome larger groups. For a child, you can have a single futon or a travel cot. We can also offer a second bedroom, for a teenager or another couple. In summertime some of your party could camp in the fields and woodlands around the Cwtsh. Back to nature, plus all the amenities of the Cwtsh. AND ALSO ... We are happy to provide or arrange - Bike hire Guided walking tours of Pembrokeshire Holiday accommodation for your dog (no pets at the Cwtsh - it is allergen-free) Local and organic food deliveries Complementary and alternative therapies Meet/take you to your train or ferry Good advice on local walks, travel, weather and eating out Pembrokeshire event and festival information We hope to welcome you soon.
    Our farm, Ffynnon Clun, is just a few fields inland from the Pembrokeshire Coast, one of the finest coastal regions in the world - no exaggeration. The Coast Path is an absolute must-visit. Many guests start with Strumble Head, a rugged headland with its lighthouse shining out over the Irish Sea. A brilliant place to watch porpoises, dolphins and sea birds, even in rough weather - there is a splendid shelter. After that, all 186 miles of the Coast Path are at your feet. Our pocket guide, "A Walk to the Shops - Fishguard Style", takes you out of the farm gate, down the hill, along the beach, around the cliffs and into the centre of Fishguard for an exhilarating 30-minute walk like no other. You won't find big brands in our town. Almost every shop is owned and run by someone local. There are cafes, restaurants and a deli, fresh produce markets, a sheltered picturesque harbour, bars, art galleries, a wonderful bookshop and live music. And because this is a tiny town - only 5,000 people - you will quickly meet people and make friends.
  • Mike & Christine's place is wonderful, and they are incredible hosts. They even picked us up from the station and dropped us back when we left. We had a perfect long weekend - long coastal walks (easy access to the coastal path, find the shortcut instead of walking down the hill), sitting by the wood fire stove (including chopping our own wood out the back), and cooking up the delicious local produce provided. Make sure to read their recommendation for the best fish and chips in the area. Good local buses usually but very reduced service in winter so check before you go!

    Penny2019-11-05T00:00:00Z
  • What a wonderful stay! Homemade bread, full fridge, beautiful building, hot shower log burner- everything we needed to completely relax. Lots of suggestions about places to stay and things to do. What wonderful hosts thank you!

    Cara2019-11-01T00:00:00Z
  • Christine and Mike were just the sweetest hosts, and we had just the most peaceful break at the cwtch. A lovely breakfast was provided for us, with eggs from the hens, and kitchen was really well appointed with supplies. The cwtch was incredibly cosy, which was great after the most beautiful, scenic walks - especially along the cliffs - to come home to. It really is a magical part of the world, we'd highly recommend it as a place to escape to if you need the cobwebs blown away, and a good healthy lungful of fresh air. We really loved sitting in front the the woodburner in the evening and reading our books too - absolute bliss! Thank you both and hope to see you again soon.

    Eddi2019-10-12T00:00:00Z
  • What a wonderful little cottage, perfect for people just wanting to relax and unwind in a cosy setting. Christine & Mike are just the best hosts and couldn't be more helpful and welcoming. We loved the well stocked fridge on arrival and the home made apple cake and marmalade were just gorgeous. We loved exploring the coast in the day in all weather and even got to meet wild seals up close on the beach. Then returning to cook and crash with the big log burner. Although BT had been letting them down with internet connectivity we had no trouble streaming Netflix at night as the elements went on around us outside. Definitely want to stay again and explore more. The dark skies are just something else and to see so much more our stars was amazing. Cant recommend enough if you are looking for a cosy small cottage.

    Karl2019-10-07T00:00:00Z
  • A welcome as warm as the woodburner! A cosy place perfectly located to explore the surrounding countryside and coast.

    Wendy2019-09-28T00:00:00Z
  • By far the most charming place I have ever stayed; the barn is beautifully decorated and we slept incredibly well for the duration of our stay.

    Thomas2019-09-18T00:00:00Z
  • Ffynon Clun is a wonderful place to stay if you love(as we do) coastal walking, a place with a long history, and hosts who have a deep local knowledge.We were travelling without a car, but it is very convenient for hopping on and off buses whilst still having the feel of being in a very rural environment. Highly recommend it!

    Ruth2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • A quirky property with outstanding hosts.

    Judith2019-09-06T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Fishguard , United Kingdom

    A converted stone barn, formerly a stable and grain store on the Farm, a cosy retreat for those seeking a wonderful break or holiday. Set in the tranquil countryside of Pembrokeshire close to the Coastal National Park, numerous beaches, walks and attractions the county has to offer. Mill Barn offers all the modern conveniences including internet, freesat tv and a Bluetooth hifi system. Furnished to a good standard you will be welcomed with a goody pack to make your stay even more enjoyable.
    Mill Barn has central heating but also boasts a log burner for cosy evenings by the fire. Satellite free view is available on the 40 inch tv along with a dvd collection and player. The bedroom also has a satellite free view television installed. Broadband internet is available at the barn and other equipment includes a washing machine, oven/hob and microwave. Mill Barn has its own garden with summerhouse, patio and bbq.
    Set in the idyllic countryside with abundant wildlife and amazing walks Mill Barn is in a peaceful rural setting. Local amenities such as a pub are within 2 miles with local shops and restaurants within 5 miles.
  • Well locared, sparklingly clean. Really comfortable and well equipped.

    Belinda2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Second time here and will be back again for sure. A perfect nook to hide out from Storm Dennis! Thanks again Deb, it was wonderful :)

    Sally-Anne2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Great location and cozy with wood burning fire. Would stay again and recommend!

    Jason2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • A perfect Christmas break, cosy & warm with everything you need for relaxing stay. A comfortable sofa and wood burner for cold dark nights and a powerful & hot shower for an early start .

    Mike2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • Deb's place was quite lovely for me and my wife to stay at. The place was big enough and clean with everything we needed. Deb was very sweet and helped us with any questions we had. We also got her wonderful breakfast hampers and arranged for vegetarian ones for us specifically which was really kind. Will recommend to anyone who is visiting Pembrokeshire.

    Arun2019-12-20T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely accommodation in gorgeous location. Great place to sit in front of the fire and forget about the outside world for a while. Deb is an extremely welcoming hots, super helpful.

    H2019-12-04T00:00:00Z
  • PERFECT

    Kris2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • We spent a lovely couple of days at Mill Barn. The weather wasn't great but that didn't matter as the space was so cosy! Would definitely recommend to others looking to explore Pembrokeshire.

    Victoria2019-11-20T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Hayscastle, Wales, United Kingdom

    Owl's Nest is our cosy, yet light and airy annex. We are nestled in the heart of farming country on the wildly beautiful St Davids peninsula. The cottage is ideal for couples or young families. It has a comfortable double room and a snuggly bunk room. The kitchen-diner is fully equipped and an uplifting space in which to enjoy breakfast together before you head out. The bathroom is a perfect warm space to wash off the sand before relaxing over supper and getting cosy in front of the log burner.
    We provide a complimentary welcome pack including home-made cake, tea, coffee, milk and sugar, as well as bread, butter and a preserve. We can lend you a folding cot, high chair, bed guard or stairgate at no extra cost. Please ask in advance. We do ask you to bring your own baby bedding and reins. Owl's Nest is the first step along the way to converting more outbuildings to create further holiday cottages, including a single storey, two-bedroomed, fully accessible unit with wide-ranging views to the West . Consequently, although there is no building work happening at the moment, we are sorry that we cannot yet offer you dedicated outside space to sit or play. It is a priority for us to try to get this ready by late summer. In the meantime, you may share our space at the front of the cottage, but children and pets need to be supervised at all times.
    Make the most of our proximity to the Pembrokeshire Coast path. A short drive will take you to visit blue flag beaches, castles, hills, forests or animal parks. Enjoy peace and quiet with huge, starry skies. Make the most of the slower pace of life. Visit the farmers' markets and wonderful restaurants. Rediscover the joys of rock-pooling. Re-charge by walking the coast and drinking in the fresh sea air and the wildly beautiful vistas. We may be able to help you with a lift to the start or finish of your walk.
    Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

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    Situated in the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and within walking distance to the popular coastal village of Porthgain and close to the city of St David's, this newly renovated apartment is ideally situated for access to all North Pembrokeshire’s attractions. The apartment has floor to ceiling windows facing out across the fields to the sea, Sky Q TV and fast WiFi. It is a very peaceful area, with plenty of walks from the property, and the famous coastpath is reached in 10 minutes.
    Just bring yourselves, food and drink. The bed is made, towels are provided, as are teatowels, a new dishcloth and sponge at every changeover, washing up liquid, liquid soap, first few toilet rolls, and the kitchen is equipped. It enjoys a large sunny garden with uninterrupted views down to the coast, firepit/BBQ and picnic table. There is free WIFI and well behaved dogs are allowed.
    The house is set within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and is situated 10 minutes walk from the coastpath. We are a 5 minute drive from the popular harbour village of Porthgain, a 40 minute coastal path walk or a 20 minute footpath route through the fields. We are 7 minutes drive to Aberieddy beach where the azure waters of the Blue Lagoon lie. And a 10 minute walk to the small cove of Aberfelin in Trefin. We are 15 minutes drive from the smallest city in the UK, St David's, where there are many art galleries, shops, cafes and resturants.
  • A great place to spend the weekend, was a very cozy and comfortable apartment with great views. Was in a perfect location to explore the local area with plenty of beaches and walks a quick drive away. Laura was also very quick and helpful answering our questions.

    Andrew2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing location and accommodation. It’s a must so book now. !! All on offer was positive and quality. Thank you both Donna

    Donna2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely place to stay with a sea view! A stylish space with a comfy bed was much appreciated.

    Tori2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • One of the best AirBnb we ever stayed in. Waking up to sea views is magic. The hosts are really nice and went the extra mile to make us feel welcomed. All in all, a wonderful stay.

    Ann Isabelle2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Modern, clean, well equipped apartment with distant sea views

    Mandy2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely and stylishly designed little place! We had a great few days staying here along with our dog. An ideal rural location with beautiful views out to the sea - the beach is only a short walk away. Laura and Brett were both very friendly and helpful with plenty of great local recommendations. We enjoyed a delicious Sunday Roast at The Sloop Inn (Porthgain Harbour, 5 mins drive) which we definitely recommend! Would very happily come on a return trip here, thank you for a wonderful stay!

    Abigail2020-02-11T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely apartment with an amazing view. We had an wonderful time in the apartment and Laura and Brett gave us a lot of good tips to envoy our stay there

    Andre2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely apartment in a great location. Sea views, really lovely helpful host and lovely and clean.

    Leila2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    St Davids, Wales, United Kingdom

    Harmony Barn is a comfortable, cosy eco holiday cottage sleeping up to five people in two spacious bedrooms. Both bedrooms have en suite bathrooms. The bed linen and towels are fair trade and organic. The price also includes logs for the wood burning stove and use of the electric car charger. We have used as many natural products in the renovation and decoration of Harmony Barn as we could, natural wood, slate tiles, lime plasters, clay paints all add to the special feel of Harmony Cottage.
    Stones Cottages comprises of three holiday cottages and a house all surrounded by fields and 16 acres of wild flower meadows maintained using organic principles. Situated on a small holding we have four Shetland sheep and chickens. It is quiet place with good views, brilliant sunsets and star filled night time skies. Close to the coastal path it is an ideal place for walkers and cyclists. Stones Cottages is a 10 minute drive from the market town of Fishguard and the beautiful Aber Mawr and Aber Bach beaches. We have converted all the cottages to the highest environmental standards, a bore hole provides the water, air source heat pumps power the underfloor heating, solar thermal panels heat the water and solar PV help provide the electricity. We have used as many natural materials in the conversion, certified sustainable wood for the hand made kitchens, lime plasters and clay paints. We also provide all the bed linen and towels which are made from organic cotton. We even have a point for charging electric cars. The downstairs bedroom of the holiday cottage has two large comfortable single beds with an en suite wet room and views from the large arched coach house window of the courtyard garden. We can add a put up bed in the downstairs bedroom, suitable for a child or young adult. The upstairs bedroom of Harmony Barn contains a king size bed with views from the windows of Garn Fawr and the surrounding countryside. It also has an en suite bathroom with a bath and shower. The lounge of Harmony Barn contains a sofa and two easy chairs set around the log burning stove. There is also a flat screen TV, DVD player and stereo system in the lounge. Also downstairs is a dining table and a separate kitchen. The kitchen includes a low energy fridge with ice box, gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. We allow up to two dogs in the cottage as long as they are well behaved, they have their own beds and bowls, they do not go upstairs and they stay off the furniture. We ask that you do not leave them on their own in the cottages. There are a number of fields around Llandruidion where they can be walked. Please check with us which fields when you get here. All the electricity, logs for the wood burner and bed linen and towels are included in the price.
    Pembrokeshire is a popular tourist attraction and has much to satisfy a diverse range of tastes. There is far too much to list everything to do in the local area but loads of information can be found at the Pembrokeshire Tourist Information Centres. Below are a few of our favourite things. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. One of the most spectacular coastal walks in the country and one of the most dramatic sections is all but a 30 minute walk from the cottage. Wild flower and Bird Watching. With it’s national park and conservation areas, coastlines, offshore islands (teeming with puffins, razorbills, shearwaters, storm petrels and chough) and the Pembrokeshire hedges the area is a popular destination for nature lovers. Foxgloves, pink campion, snowdrops, woodland carpets of bluebells, gorses and heathers is but to name a few of the many flowers. These are also the hunting grounds for the buzzards and peregrine falcons that inhabit the area. Seal Watching. September and October are the best months to see the pups, a nice early evening walk from the cottage to one of the best seal watching beaches in the UK stopping to watch the sunset into the sea on the way back from Garn Fawr. You may even see some dolphins, porpoises, whales or basking sharks. Beaches. Walk, cycle or drive to the beautiful pebble beaches of Aber Bach and Aber Mawr, take a BBQ, go for a swim, walk in the bluebell woods or fish for mackerel. Sandy beaches can be easily found a little further away, the beautiful beaches of Whitesands and Newgale are good for bathing, sand castles and surfing. Cycling. Explore the surrounding lanes, beaches and villages by following the national cycle routes or for off road fun visit the nearby Preseli Hills or Llys-y-Frân reservoir . Island Wildlife Visits. Take a boat trip to one of the many islands that surround the Pembrokeshire coast. Ramsey and Skomer Islands are great destinations to see an abundance of wildlife. Eating and Drinking Out. The surrounding area has a high number of very good restaurants and there are many cafes and old world pubs to enjoy. Castles. Pembrokeshire has much more than its fair share of castles. See where the Tudor dynasty was born in Pembroke, amble amongst the ruins of Carew castle and Manorbrier. Visit the unusual 13th century castle at Picton or see Cardigan Castle as featured on the BBC’s Restoration programme. Crafts and Galleries. Pembrokeshire has long been a haven for artists. The large number of quality galleries and craft centres testifies this. Visit some of the galleries and sculpture gardens, spend a day learning how to throw pots or bring your paints or camera and find out why so many artists have drifted to this part of the world.
  • Roomy, bright and clean location on beautiful cottage premises. Absolutely remote. Perfect spot to explore the area and take long walks. We loved the fireplace. Great host. Highly recommended, will come again.

    Arne2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed our stay. The cottage and the farm is an exceptionally welcoming environment to use as a base to explore the area. Has everything you need, great hosts and plenty of character. Great to step outside any time of day or night and have views of amazing views of the landscape or clear starry skies. A quick venture to nearby Garn Fawr iron age fort is a must, as is Strumblehead, for literally breath taking views.

    Chris2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • You can expect pure magic at Stones Cottages...at least for me it was this way. I spent a week in Harmony Cottage and was heartbroken when my time was up! I found the space to be both relaxing and inspiring. I traveled to the area to compose music on my guitar and was able to get so much writing done in the cottage. Daniel was super helpful, flexible with check in, plenty of local info and conversation about the place and area. He checked on me and was good to keep me aware of the incoming weather etc. Helped me construct a good fire. So much to explore. I wasn't sure at first when I drove in... it is remote and I do recommend having a car. The two chickens are so friendly and sweet and will come to greet you! The bath was most excellent - bed comfortable. Kitchen was great too. It was a little on the chilly side at times, as I was there in the midst of a winter storm, but its nothing that making a fire in the stove can take care of. There are several walks you can take right from the door. Visit the wool mill and the lighthouse while you're staying, they are close by and you might see some of those costal ponies. I was alone, but there is a lot of room in this place. I could see a family being comfortable in the cottage. I will say the stairs were just fine for me but they are not your average flight, and you should take care on them. I have been in the area for a month and this was by far my favorite stay, and for the price too- I miss it already and will definitely be back. highly recommend for those looking to quiet the mind and explore the wonders of the park.

    Emma2020-02-13T00:00:00Z
  • Dan was so welcoming, and the vases of fresh wild flowers and a jug of milk were lovely to arrive to. The barn has been sympathetically and lovingly converted with so many cute touches like the hand carved wooden door latches, woodburning stove, amazing architectural high windows and beautiful natural soaps. There are all the amenities you would need for a family trip away including a well stocked kitchen and Dan kindly provided us with a travel cot and high chair too. He was also very helpful when it came to local recommendations for walks, eating, activities etc. And the kids loved having the chickens come say hello at the front door every morning. A fabulous place to be based for a relaxing gettaway, within 10 mins drive of Fishguard but staying here felt like a little haven for a few days 💚

    Gwyneth2020-01-30T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is located on a small holding in the wilds of Pembrokeshire. Walks and villages are easily accessible. We had a great time away from our busy lives.

    Ben2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • A well equipped and very cosy cottage. Thoughtful touches such as fresh flowers on arrival and basics such as tea, coffee, milk etc available. .....the very lovely bottle of organic wine was also a very welcome sight at the end of a long drive 😊.

    Deborah2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • Staying at Stones Cottage was a wonderful experience. It was a warm and cosy cottage. We had friendly welcome from the owners (including a bottle of wine, flapjacks, and milk in the fridge!). The location was ideal for coast walks, seal watching (oh yeah, plenty of seal pups!), and some peaceful solitude; a perfect getaway! Even in rainy days, having a cuppa by the fire felt just perfect. It was a privilege indeed.

    Malik2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful, clean cottage. The vedd were very comfy. Wifi and phone signal isn't brilliant, but we didn't expect this with the area we were going. Dan and Shani were lovely and helpful.

    Naomi2019-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Holiday home


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Goodwick, United Kingdom

    Set in the Pembrokeshire National Park the Old Stable is a recently completed, stunning, barn conversion. Architect designed it sits its own 18 acres of farm land with breathtaking seaviews of Abereiddy Bay, St George’s Channel and the Irish Sea. Close to Pembrokeshire’s award winning beaches, spectacular coastline, coves and famous coastal path the Old Stable represents a perfect base to explore this wonderful county. In a ‘dark skies’ location it is perfect for star gazing.
    The Old Stable was an old stone and brick ruin, recently rescued and sympathetically converted into a two bedroomed property which boasts all the modern amenities you would expect from a recent barn conversion. It has amazing panoramic sea views from both its bedrooms and living room. There is deck area accessed from the living room to enjoy breakfast or summer sunsets and a patio with bbq/pizza oven for alfresco dining. The Old Stable is ideal for couples seeking a romantic getaway in idyllic surroundings or time away from busy lives to enjoy all that pembs has to offer. Listed as a two bedroomed property it has a spacious master first floor mezzanine/gallery style master bedroom with king size bed, the second, smaller ground floor bedroom has a double bed with direct access to garden and patio. The stable enjoys large outside spaces, including a garden, patio, private parking and a further, guest accessible, 18 acres stretching towards the the sea. A wooden stable next to the property provides secure space for bikes, surfboards and kayaks or other storage requirements for guests during their stay. We accept babes in arms (under 6 months) and a travel cot can be provided upon request.
    The Old Stable sits alongside the quiet coastal road between St David’s, hamlet of Berea and the coves of Trefin and Abereiddy. In a rural location it is 3 miles from historic St David’s where a supermarket, shops, pubs and restaurants can be found together with its ancient Cathedral founded in the 6th century.
  • Wonderful stay in a beautiful location. Perfect relaxation.

    Kim2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Had an absolutely wonderful stay at Deb’s beautiful cottage! It is even more gorgeous than the photos, such a calming place to be. We were there on a very wet & stormy weekend and it was super cosy & comfortable. We ordered a breakfast hamper for Saturday, very worthwhile even if it is purely for the eggs - I swear they helped make the best Eggs Benedict I have ever tasted! We went to The Shed in Porthgain for dinner on Friday night & loved it so much we went back on Sunday before we left! For walks I would recommend Strumble Head - stunning views and, when we were there, no one to disturb the peace! You will not be disappointed booking Deb’s place! Thank you very much for a wonderful stay 😊

    Lucinda2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • What a fantastic place. The pictures of The Old Stable are great however when the sun is shining on the sea as your sat in the living room looking out the view really is something to behold. Deb was great in communication throughout, the place was sparkling clean and well designed. We loved our stay and hope to return someday!

    Michael2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • Such a beautiful place, perfect for a quiet get away. The stable had everything you could possibly need, from kitchen utensils to heating equipment. Host's were easy to contact and always available if needed. Perfect location with the blue lagoon a short walk away. We will be back!

    Georgia2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • The best air Bnb I have ever stayed in. Would recommend to anyone and everyone. The most beautiful house and amazing views. Incredible walks and cosy nights in. Amazing communication and everything you need in the house. A must stay! We will be back

    Meg2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cottage that is well equipped and comfortable. The space is stylish and well designed. Great location to get away to but still within convenient distance of amenities. We would definitely return.

    Jennifer2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing stay would definitely recommend

    Archie2020-01-30T00:00:00Z
  • This is a truly amazing place to spend time in. You’ll enjoy wonderful peace, sea views and comfort. We use Airbnb a lot and this stay was right up there with the very best. We would recommend highly and will be back soon ourselves. Breathing walks from the front door and such easy access to St David’s for shops, eating out etc. Diolch Deb!

    Andrew2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    St David’s, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    Sleeping six the Workshop is a beautifully converted barn in an 18 century agricultural stone courtyard. The Workshop has a twin room with en suite shower room downstairs and a double room, a twin room and a family bathroom upstairs. Complementing this is a large lounge with a log burning stove, comfy seating, TV, DVD and stereo and a hand made wooden kitchen with a large dining table seating eight people. Surrounded by fields and our own flower meadows which you are free to wander, wooded areas and a courtyard garden. The cottage has views to the sea and St. David's Head. Footpaths lead from the cottage where you can gain access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal footpath.
    Stones Cottages comprises of three holiday cottages and a house all surrounded by fields and 16 acres of flower meadows maintained using organic principles. Situated on a small holding we have four Shetland sheep and chickens. It is quiet place with good views, brilliant sunsets and star filled night time skies. Close to the coastal path it is an ideal place for walkers and cyclists. Stones Cottages is a 10 minute drive from the market town of Fishguard and the beautiful Aber Mawr and Aber Bach beaches. We have converted all the cottages to the highest environmental standards, a bore hole provides the water, air source heat pumps power the underfloor heating, solar thermal panels heat the water and solar PV help provide the electricity. We have used as many natural materials in the conversion, certified sustainable wood for the hand made kitchens, lime plasters and clay paints. We also provide all the bed linen and towels which are made from organic cotton. We even have a point for charging electric cars. All the electricity, logs for the wood burner and bed linen and towels are included in the price.
    Pembrokeshire is a popular tourist attraction and has much to satisfy a diverse range of tastes. There is far too much to list everything to do in the local area but loads of information can be found at the Pembrokeshire Tourist Information Centres. Below are a few of our favourite things. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. One of the most spectacular coastal walks in the country and one of the most dramatic sections is all but a 30 minute walk from the cottage. Wild flower and Bird Watching. With it’s national park and conservation areas, coastlines, offshore islands (teeming with puffins, razorbills, shearwaters, storm petrels and chough) and the Pembrokeshire hedges the area is a popular destination for nature lovers. Foxgloves, pink campion, snowdrops, woodland carpets of bluebells, gorses and heathers is but to name a few of the many flowers. These are also the hunting grounds for the buzzards and peregrine falcons that inhabit the area. Seal Watching. September and October are the best months to see the pups, a nice early evening walk from the cottage to one of the best seal watching beaches in the UK stopping to watch the sunset into the sea on the way back from Garn Fawr. You may even see some dolphins, porpoises, whales or basking sharks. Beaches. Walk, cycle or drive to the beautiful pebble beaches of Aber Bach and Aber Mawr, take a BBQ, go for a swim, walk in the bluebell woods or fish for mackerel. Sandy beaches can be easily found a little further away, the beautiful beaches of Whitesands and Newgale are good for bathing, sand castles and surfing. Cycling. Explore the surrounding lanes, beaches and villages by following the national cycle routes or for off road fun visit the nearby Preseli Hills or Llys-y-Frân reservoir . Island Wildlife Visits. Take a boat trip to one of the many islands that surround the Pembrokeshire coast. Ramsey and Skomer Islands are great destinations to see an abundance of wildlife. Eating and Drinking Out. The surrounding area has a high number of very good restaurants and there are many cafes and old world pubs to enjoy. Castles. Pembrokeshire has much more than its fair share of castles. See where the Tudor dynasty was born in Pembroke, amble amongst the ruins of Carew castle and Manorbrier. Visit the unusual 13th century castle at Picton or see Cardigan Castle as featured on the BBC’s Restoration programme. Crafts and Galleries. Pembrokeshire has long been a haven for artists. The large number of quality galleries and craft centres testifies this. Visit some of the galleries and sculpture gardens, spend a day learning how to throw pots or bring your paints or camera and find out why so many artists have drifted to this part of the world.
  • Lovely ecocottage and owners went the extra mile to make guests feel welcome. Homemade flapjack s, bottle of wine and vases of fresh flowers and foliage. Cottage spotless, well equipped warm and cosy.

    Jacqueline2020-03-14T00:00:00Z
  • This is an ideal cottage for a family break. Spotlessly clean and stylish in its simplicity. A beautiful play space upstairs for our boys to relax and wonderful bedrooms full of natural light and with gorgeous views. Daniel was a wonderful host, always on hand when needed. This cottage is excellent value for money and situated close to the beautiful coast of Pembrokeshire.

    Naomi2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect for exploring the welsh Pembrokeshire coast. We loved Porthgain and the walk from new gale to Solva.

    Alice2019-08-31T00:00:00Z
  • We had a fabulous week of rest and relaxation. The accommodation was lovely and clean. Dan and Shani are wonderful hosts - full of local knowledge and tips - and very warm and welcoming. The areas of Fishguard and St. David’s are beautiful and we look forward to returning soon.

    Nicky2019-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • Had such a fab stay!! Even better than it looks in the photos, super easy to check in and so many thoughtful touches. Would definitely recommend!

    Rose2019-06-10T00:00:00Z
  • FANTASTIC space! Beautiful and bright, homey feel and great amenities like teas and lovely baked goods on arrival. Daniel graciously picked us up from the ferry and that helped us a lot and also gave us great tips for getting to know Fishguard. We recomend walking on the coastal path-- it's stunning!!

    Clarissa2019-05-23T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful remote location, excellent facilities, stunning walking options.

    Iona2019-05-04T00:00:00Z
  • A really well appointed and comfortable cottage which suited us fine. A lovely location with easy access to coast, towns and other attractions.

    David2019-04-27T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Goodwick, United Kingdom

    Penmeiddyn is a five bedroom farmhouse retreat centre set in three and a half acres of private and secluded gardens and woodland. What makes Penmeiddyn so unique is its subtle blend of quiet rustic charm tucked within a gentle roaming valley. A secluded and quiet idyll carved beneath ancient burial chambers and rocky tors, only two miles from the pebbled and sandy beaches and rugged coastline near to Fishguard.
    The space you will be using is a small self-contained part of the five bedroom farmhouse retreat centre. You will have your own private entrance, bedsitting room, kitchen and bathroom. There will be outside seating and dining areas for guests.
    Permeiddyn nestles alongside the North Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, a natural conservation area, providing a powerful catalyst for ones' creative impulses. Traditionally Penmeiddyn was a small dairy farm set amongst a landscape of craggy moorland, standing stones and dolmen, an area that has long been a magnet for healing and mystical pilgrimages.
  • What an idyllic retreat from city life, a welcome getaway. Spotlessly clean, cozy and comfy, especially in stormy weather, to be warm after a day out exploring Wonderful West Wales. The extra touches for brekkie, set us up for a days adventure. Wonderful hosts. Thank you Sue and Simon.

    Louise2020-02-15T00:00:00Z
  • Cosy and clean stay close to Fishguard. Highly recommend

    Charlie2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful, quiet retreat from which we explored the incredible coastline - v much recommend Strumble Head & Mwnt. Particularly enjoyed the personal touches, the home made bread and the hospitality. Thank you Simon & Sue for a lovely weekend.

    Jenny2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • Sue and Simons place was a lovely cosy retreat to get away to and explore the beautiful area. Amazing coastline and beaches and ancient woodland. The annex was really well equipped with nice touches. The homemade bread that comes with breakfast was a real treat.

    Martha2019-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • Sue was a great host. The place was wonderful with all the things we needed. The extra touches were lovely , we even had fresh bread, milk, butter and even vegan butter which was perfect for us !!! A great place and very clean!

    Abi2019-10-31T00:00:00Z
  • Sue and Simon were exceptionally welcoming, we can’t thank them enough for all their help.

    Jon2019-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • We absolutely loved the place, we really felt like we had escaped to a little retreat. It was a shame we weren’t around to be a part of the meditation. We’ll have to plan for that next time. The bread was so tasty. I also loved the shampoo etc & will be ordering some when I get home. We hope to return again some time soon.

    Mari2019-10-08T00:00:00Z
  • This is a gorgeous annex. Compact kitchen but it has everything you need. Homemade Spelt bread together with ample provisions also provided. The annex is perfect for visiting all sections of the coast path as well as other attractions such as Tregynt Woollen Mill.

    Mary2019-09-03T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Manorowen, Wales, United Kingdom

    The Lower Coach-house is situated on the slopes of a wooden valley overlooking the fishing harbour of Lower Town. It is completely self contained offering a haven of peace and quiet with sea views from every room. The apartment, below the owners home is part of an attractive characterful, stone building, approached by a flight of stone steps. It is comfortable furnished and has an area of lawn and patio with views towards the harbour. There is about 100m to the town square and Coastal Path.
    Fishguard is the site of the last invasion of main land Great Britain. Goodwick the twin town is the ferry port to Ireland. It's a friendly place with about 15 pubs, restaurants and we have a Folk festival in late May and Jazz festival late August
  • Richard and his wife Hazel are warm and helpful hosts. Richard picked me up from the station and brought me back. In between he brought me to a nice starting point for a walk. Both were always responsive when there was a question or a small problem. The location is very good with a view to the sea. The buses and the supermarket are only a few meters away. The kitchen has everything you need. You can get along well without a car. And if you want to get to know the beautiful old pubs all around, then ask Richard.

    Johannes2019-11-11T00:00:00Z
  • Abereiddy The location is great for accessing the many small villages/towns along the coastline. St David’s Cathedral is a must. Aberporth has a lovely beach where dolphins are regularly seen, Abereiddy has the Blue Lagoon and Pothgaine a lovely port and old industrial buildings as well as a popular fish n chip restaurant and cafe. Fishguard itself has several fabulous cafes all of which do a lovely coffees. Pubs are worth a look in and Fish@31 (if I remember correctly) do a super piece of cod. Accommodation is a bit dated but clean, the kitchen is well equipped for own catering needs and bed comfortable. Richard and Hazel are great hosts and very helpful, nothing too much for them.

    Deborah2019-08-24T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Apartment


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Our cottage, (Ty Gwyn), is a secluded coastal crog loft cottage for 2 adults. The Pembrokeshire Coastal path, village cafe and local pub are all within 5 minutes walk. Well behaved dogs welcome -however they must NOT be allowed upstairs or on the furniture! Minimum stay is 7 nights with a SATURDAY as the check in day, however some shorter stays of 4 nights with flexible check in days are available during the winter months- please try the calendar. One night stay is available at my other listing.
    Upstairs there is an quirky superking bedroom with sea views and an en suite toilet leading to an open plan bathroom. Downstairs there is an open plan kitchen , dining and living area with a woodburning stove, utility room and an additional shower room with toilet. Outside, there is a secluded sunny sitting area and small garden looking out over the sea. If you are wishing to bring an infant I can arrange a travel cot. Ty Gwyn is accessed by its own lane and is surrounded by farmland with easy access to a rocky beach (Aberfelin). The Pembrokeshire coastpath is less than 5 minutes walk away ! Two well behaved dogs are welcome however they MUST NOT be allowed upstairs, (use our stair gate if necessary), or on the furniture. Please be aware that there may be sheep in nearby fields so you must keep them under control. We would also request that they are not left in the cottage on their own. Please also be aware that there is a low ceiling in one side of the bedroom and on the stairs.
    Trefin is a quiet village between St Davids and Fishguard with a pub, "The Ship Inn" and a cafe "The Mill". Nearby in Porthgain there is a popular pub called "The Sloop Inn" and an excellent fish bistro - "The Shed". Our nearest shop/off licence/ newsagents is in the garage at The Square and Compass which is around 5 minutes drive away. A small supermarket and shops are in St Davids and Fishguard. Haverfordwest is 30 mins drive away and has larger supermarkets and stores. St Davids with its beautiful cathedral and Bishops palace is around 15 minutes by car. The cottage is located within the Pembrokeshire coast national park famous for its beaches and wildlife. You can reach the coastal path in less than 5 minutes from the cottage.
  • A week of pure bliss. The perfect little cottage in the perfect location. Really well equipped and great communication from the host. Thoroughly recommend.

    Chris2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful stay at Ty Gwyn. Despite being a chilly and stormy February, the lovely woodburning stove and Penny's thoughtful addition of beautiful Welsh blankets made our stay super cosy. Penny's place has fantastic views, and feels remote and away from it all despite being a short walk from the village. It's super close to the coast path, and we had excellent food at both The Shed at Porthgain and the Grove in St David's, after long walks along the cliffs. Penny is an excellent host.

    Jeanie2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • Loved Penny & Darren’s cottage, excellent location off the beaten track, with so much to see and do nearby. Penny really spoils you with an amazing welcome pack, so nice to arrive to, inside a wonderfully decorated and furnished cosy cottage. Little too windy to enjoy coffee in the garden this time but hope to be back!

    Paul2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • This is a most wonderful place. Its location is superb: away from other houses, yet not too far from amenities. Inside, it is very cosy and stylish and the attention to detail is great. Everything speaks of quality and there is everything you need for a great time away. We stayed here in the middle of winter and it was very welcoming and comfy. The area is beautiful with plenty of rugged landscapes to explore as well as small villages and towns. We recommend wholeheartedly. Thank you for a great time away.

    Carole2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful cottage. Super clean. Cosy wood burner. Very comfortable bed. Close to great beaches and cliff walks.

    Caroline2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • Just had a wonderful week in Penny's lovely cottage. This is a beautifully fitted-out, cosy, sparkling clean, well-organised cottage with absolutely everything you need for a relaxing stay. We settled in immediately, aided by the thoughtful welcome package and, after a 5 hour drive, settling down in front of the log burner with a glass was just perfect. The location is ideal, being a few hundred yards from the Coastal Path and within easy walking distance of Trefin and Porthgain, where The Shed serves great seafood. This is a quieter part of Pembrokeshire, which suited us fine, but with easy access to some great walks and even the Preseli Hills. After a long day's walking it was a pleasure to return to the cottage to relax. We can safely say that this was the perfect antidote to our two stressful jobs and we would love to return to Penny's lovely cottage in magical Pembrokeshire.

    Paul2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cottage in a really quiet location. Some excellent walks from the doorstep and can recommend the Sloop Inn and The Shed, both in Porthgain. We had a lovely Christmas week and would recommend the cottage

    Tim2019-12-28T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely amazing!

    Victoria2019-12-20T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Trefin, Wales, United Kingdom

    Large sunny double room , with small sofa and wardrobe space. Tea and coffee making facilities in the room. Private shower room for sole use, not en-suite.
    We are very rural and part of a farm. Regular events are held here at a distance from the house.
    Near St. Davids and Fishguard, very convenient for catching the ferry to Ireland.
  • Lovely stay with Tricia in a beautiful house. Tricia went the extra mile, literally, in helping us get to the farm. I would highly recommend if your looking for a good value, relaxed and friendly Airbnb stay.

    Johanna2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • This is a cosy and spacious room in a beautiful large house. Perfect for a comfortable space to rest while exploring West Wales. Also the welsh cakes provided were delicious. Highly recommend!

    Skye2019-12-28T00:00:00Z
  • Tricia is a wonderful host and we had a great stay! It's a lovely location and the room is very clean, spacious and cozy. Tricia left us grapes and welsh cakes in the room, as well as everything we'd need for coffee in the morning. She even has this little fridge with milk next to the room, so thoughtful! Very close to St David's and all the beaches as well, for people who want to explore the area. Really recommend this place, thanks again, Tricia!

    Carolyne2019-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • Fab place for our needs.. great location for exploring around St David’s and the many hidden bays and beaches.

    Barbara2019-09-03T00:00:00Z
  • Downtown Abbey style house! Lovely! This old farm house is such a nice house in the middle of a quite, wonderful landscape. Tricia was a pretty friendly host. The room is huge, the bathroom a bit small but totally enough for a hot nice shower. For everyone who’s traveling in Wales or want to stay in a quite place: high recommend!

    Andreas2019-08-29T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Mathry, Wales, United Kingdom

    The cottage is close to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with its beautiful beaches and rocky coves, family-friendly activities, and public transport. You’ll love it for the comfy bedrooms, the kitchen, the wood burning stove, the enclosed sunny courtyard leading into the garden, the cosiness and the friendly village nearby with a pub serving good food. The cottage is especially suitable for families with kids and pets, hikers, and couples. PLEASE DON'T USE INSTANT BOOKING - CONTACT ME FIRST.
    There is a separate dining room which allows the kids to play games away from the adults. Also the enclosed sunny courtyard is a safe place for young children or dogs. PLEASE NOTE we can supply TOWELS but they are an EXTRA £3 EACH payable in cash to Alison the caretaker when you leave.
    The Pembrokeshire coast line is one of the most beautiful in the world with beautiful wildflowers in the spring, and seal pups can be seen in October in the coves just along from the village. There are good places to eat both in the village and nearby, whilst those interested in culture can visit the cathedral city of St Davids. Children love to visit the water park at Bluestone or the trampolines at Hangar 5 near Haverfordwest.
  • Beautiful location , lovely house , really good value for money .

    Claire2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely cottage , really well equipped and beautifully decorated .

    Chris2019-09-07T00:00:00Z
  • Great cottage really well positioned for the coastal path and beaches. Lovely base for exploring.... book to eat at Porthgain at the Sloop and the Shed that are in walking distance

    John2019-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • I would strongly advise any travellers to stay in this beautiful cottage We have had such a fantastic family holiday

    Aurelie2019-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • If you want a historic cottage that looks small but actually fits in 3 couples or a larger family then this is perfect. We went as a couple plus dog, so the lovely large enclosed and safe garden was excellent for us, and would also be good for kids. The house is very well equipped, especially the modern kitchen. Location is very good for access to the coast path, leading to some fantastic beaches, and you have pub and cafe two minutes walk away. Rupert replied promptly to any questions, too. All in all a great success!

    Anne2019-07-20T00:00:00Z
  • Great house, with lots of space and a good sized enclosed garden for your pet.

    Karen2019-07-06T00:00:00Z
  • Charming and cosy cottage in a beauiful little village. Very confortable. Perfect if you're seeking a quiet get away with stunning coastal scenery virtually on your doorstep

    Nick2019-06-18T00:00:00Z
  • This was our second stay in this comfy, beautiful cottage. The area is fantastic and so close to the coastal path and beach. There is a lovely garden with views of the countryside. Inside is everything you need. The kitchen is well equipped and beds are comfortable. We all slept well! Don't hesitate to book! We'll be going again!!

    Nicky2019-06-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    7


    Bedrooms

    4

    Sir Benfro, Cymru, United Kingdom

    With coastal walks galore and friendly local pubs within walking distance, the Old Grove Bakery is an ideal destination whatever the season. Located in the heart of St Davids and just a short walk from the Cathedral. Treat yourself to a well-deserved break that promises to be full of coastal walks, truly spectacular scenery and magical memories at this traditional Welsh Cottage.
    Set right in the heart of St Davids, Britain’s Smallest City, The Old Grove Bakery is the ideal base for those wanting to make the most of this lively ‘village’ and this dramatic part of North Pembrokeshire. Features ● Parking for 1 car ● Central St Davids Location ● Log Burning Stove ● Pubs/Restaurants 50 metres walk ● Dogs welcome at £25 each (payable locally) ● WIFI ● Sunny rear patio garden ● 2 Bedrooms/1 Bathroom Over 200 years old, The Old Grove Bakery offers lovely, comfortable holiday accommodation, with exposed wooden beams, stone walls and lots of old cottage charm. The sitting/dining room is a wonderfully inviting room, the large wood-burning stove and central heating ensures The Old Grove Bakery is always warm and welcoming, whatever the season or weather. The open doorway leads through to the kitchen, all set out for cooking your holiday meals. The spacious Double Bedroom and Bathroom are also on the ground floor. The Twin Bedroom is in the eaves on the first floor, this bedroom has restricted headroom as it is in the eaves, so please mind your head. There is also a Galleried Reading Area on the first floor, ideal for a quiet reading spot or lots of games and puzzles - take care again as there is restricted headroom in parts of the room due to the slopping roof. Outside, the patio terrace area is a sun trap and a great spot to enjoy evening drinks at the end of a busy day exploring the delights of North Pembrokeshire. This central location is perfect for exploring on foot, especially in the evening when you can wander down for a meal or a drink in one of St Davids delicious restaurants or local pubs, cafes and takeaways – the choice is yours! With your parking space directly outside the property, life could not be made easier. Head out for the day and choose one of three local sandy beaches to explore! Caerfai, Whitesands and Abereiddy are all a short drive from The Old Grove Bakery. Each one is unique and very special, so whether you fancy surfing, dog walking, rock pooling or simply sitting in the sun with a good book-you can take your pick! Accommodation Ground Floor Lounge (one step up from Front Door ) two double sofas, coffee table, large log burning stove, Smart TV, DVD, dining table to seat 4, door to rear patio garden. Kitchen fully equipped with electric oven & hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine. Bathroom - bath, shower over bath, heated towel rail, wc, wash handbasin Double Bedroom with Double bed, dressing table, sofa, hairdryer First Floor Twin Bedroom with 2 Single Beds, restricted headroom as room in roof Games/Reading Area Ocassional chairs, coffee table, bean bag and selection of games and books. Garden Sunny and enclosed patio and barbecue area. Dine alfresco on the outdoor table and chairs. Parking Off Road parking space for 1 car right in front of the property.
    The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs along the spectacular coastline, making St Davids an ideal centre for a walking holiday. Off the coast is Ramsey Island, known for its huge bird population. For a spot of retail therapy St Davids has a fine selection of art galleries, gift shops and clothes shops. St Davids Cathedral is the jewel in Pembrokeshire’s crown and from the Old Grove Baery you are only a 3 minute walk away to explore this magnificent building. If food is your passion then a visit to the nearby harbour village of Porthgain is a must. Here you will find a fantastic seafood restaurant, The Shed, and a traditional Welsh pub serving great pub food, a good selection of real ales and a warm welcome.
    Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    St Davids, Wales, United Kingdom

    In a tranquil village setting, Little Roost is perfectly situated to explore north Pembrokeshire and is great for couples or families.. Ground Floor: Living room: With multi-fuel burner, Freeview TV, DVD player and a collection of DVDs, iPod dock, Nintendo Wii and CD player. Kitchen/dining room: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and slate floor. Utility room: With washing machine and tumble dryer. Shower room: With shower cubicle and toilet.. First Floor: Bedroom 1: With double bed and Freeview TV. Bedroom 2: With twin beds. Bedroom 3: With twin beds. Bathroom: With shower over bath (no toilet). Separate toilet.. Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial fuel for multi-fuel burner included. Travel cot and high chair available on request. Welcome pack. . Enclosed garden with patio, garden furniture and BBQ. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. . From the stunning coastal path, the splendour of St Davids and its cathedral to the rugged Preseli Mountains, this area has it all. Situated in Mathry with its village green, a dog friendly pub serving food all day, tea rooms and restaurant, Little Roost is a lovely, cosy base to return to. It’s also just a short drive or walk from Pembrokeshire’s north coast and beaches. Nearby, Porthgain Harbour is an almost undiscovered jewel of the county steeped in history and still used as a small, local, fishing harbour, and also has links to the famous gallery of artist John Knapp Fisher and the Preseli Mountains with its long walks and burial chambers. The north coast of Pembrokeshire is an ideal location for the perfect getaway, an untouched and historic part of Wales - one of the great walking destinations of the UK. Hose riding, golf, coasteering and surf lessons all nearby. Shop 1½ miles, pub and restaurant 500 yards. Free WiFi
    Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Mathry, Wales, United Kingdom

    This Cosy 2 Bedroom Chalet, accommodates up to 4 people. Situated on a peaceful site: The Woodlands,Cuffern,SA62 6HB. It's a short drive to local beaches, Newgale, Nolton Haven. Local pub & small shop in Roch 1.5 miles away. Skomer island trips to see the Pembrokeshire Puffin 16 miles away. Haverfordwest 7 miles away. Bed linen supplied and hand towels. Shower room. Electric heating. Includes a personal welcome pack. Child friendly, high chair available on request. SELF CHECK IN with key safe.
    Great location for exploring the Pembrokeshire coastal path or to visit Skomer Island to see Puffins. Coastering, Birdwatching, Walking, Dolphin & Seal spotting, Kayaking, Surfing, Cycling. The space The chalet provides a home from home environment.The chalet is equipped with pretty much everything you need for a homely stay. There is unlimited free WiFi. The chalet provides a kitchen with oven, fridge and small freezer compartment,microwave, kettle and fully equipped as a home would be. There is a comfortable lounge / diner area with TV/DVD unit, games and books to relax. Shower room with large shower tray,electric Mira power shower. There is allocated parking.
    The chalet is set within a quiet well maintained site with other chalets next to an old woodland. No amenities on site. Nearest local shop in located in Roch 1.5 miles away. Larger grocery stores are situated in the county town of Haverfordwest 7 miles away. Petrol station on main road into Haverfordwest at Pelcomb.
  • Perfect place to stay

    Heather2019-11-17T00:00:00Z
  • Spotless, cosy chalet which is very well equipped. The welcome pack including wine, coffee, tea and welsh cakes was a lovely touch! Great host and would definitely recommend to anyone looking to explore the area.

    Holly2019-10-26T00:00:00Z
  • A warm cosy place

    Dawn2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • Julia was an excellent host, providing a lovely comfortable chalet in the heart of Pembrokeshire. The chalet was lovely and clean, bright and airy, with really comfortable beds. The chalet was very well equipped, to make the stay a real pleasure. The welcome pack that Julia left for us was a nice touch, even milk in the fridge for a nice cup of tea on arrival. The location of the chalet was excellent, with Haverfordwest close by. We also found the location of the chalet fairly central, with good access to both North and South Pembrokeshire, with their amazing beaches and castles. Julia had left plenty of information back at the chalet for places to visit. All in all a really great break away.

    Trevor2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • Nice place on a quiet estate well placed between Haverfordwest and Newgate. Excellent facilities.

    Simon2019-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • Great for our family will stay again

    Michael2019-09-04T00:00:00Z
  • Stylish, comfortable and spotlessly clean. Perfect location to be able to visit St Davids, Pembrokeshire coast and surrounding areas. Car is needed as nearest beach is good distance away. Ideal quiet location felt very secure. Julia responds quickly and without any fuss. A delightful booking and our thanks for a memorable stay.

    Louise2019-08-31T00:00:00Z
  • Chalet is really well refurbished and clean. Welcome pack thoughtful and helpful. Would highly recommend for couples and families

    Andrea2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Chalet


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Roch, Wales, United Kingdom

    Nestled up in the valley looking down on St Brides Bay, peacefully tucked away along the prettiest stone lined drive you’ll find our beautifully furnished one bedroom Welsh stone barn conversion, The Dairy, boasting both modern coastal style and charm, combining gorgeous character features with modern amenities. Located in the stunning Pembrokeshire National park, Newgale beach is only 1.5 miles away, with charming Solva and historic St Davids only a short drive away.
    Our beautiful bijous retreat bursting with Welsh charm, complete with flagstone slate flooring, beams, characterful stone walls and cosy wood burner, offers fabulous accommodation for 2 people in a king-sized master with stunning coastal views out across the rolling countryside and down towards St Brides bay from the kitchen window - the perfect couples retreat - the only trouble is, you just won't want to leave! Charming open-plan kitchen, lounge and diner A newly fitted shaker kitchen complete with that blissful view out onto open fields and St Brides Bay beyond, dishwasher, coffee machine and an open-plan dining area offers the perfect spot for long dinner chats, cooking, eating and relaxing together. There are characterful stone walls, stunning locally crafted windows and beams throughout. The lounge area is light and spacious with it’s impressive vaulted ceiling, yet cosy and beautifully furnished in a coastal palette complete with the comfiest of sofas, local art, and a charming wood burner. The perfect spot for unwinding after a day’s adventures. There is a TV, DVDs, local books and games provided - offering plenty of entertainment whatever the weather! Stunning king-sized master bedroom The romantic master is beautifully styled and is wonderfully light and airy with the comfiest of beds and offers plenty of space to hang clothes in an open closet space. The finer touches - from the delicately plush pillows to the beautifully crafted windows and full length mirror - really make this room a very special space.   Bathroom Heated towel rail, the fluffiest of towels, underfloor heating, the generous sized walk-in shower and marbles tones throughout offer a real indulgent luxury feel to this bathroom space. Outside space Although The Dairy adjoins the main farmhouse here at Pantier, you have complete privacy in your own secluded outside patio area complete with seating for a perfect evening of alfresco dining. Sit back, relax and listen to the sound of the waves rolling up the valley. THE DAIRY ESSENTIALS: * Bijous open plan one level stone barn conversion beautifully styled in a modern coastal palette in a beautiful rural coastal location in the Pembrokeshire National Park * Gorgeous local welcome pack goodies on arrival - including welsh cakes, locally made soap and shampoo bars, seasonal Pantier jam or sloe gin or fresh eggs when available! Coffee pods, tea bags, sugar, milk, olive oil and condiments also provided. * Eco-conscious hosts who are committed to doing our bit to help the environment (see our eco-host policy!) * Brand new open plan kitchen, diner and lounge, complete with dishwasher and coffee maker, cosy log burner and views from the kitchen right down the valley to the sunset over St Brides bay * The comfiest king sized bedroom with stunning shower-room * The perfect romantic retreat for two – complete with gorgeous patio area for an alfresco glass or two in the Pembrokeshire sunshine! * Bursting with the Welsh charm you love – original stone walls and slate flooring combine with our unique touch of modern coastal styling! * Lots of well thought out extras - rainy day games and DVDs, lovely selection of local books and maps, well placed sockets in every room (!), hairdryer and fan * Full to bursting welcome pack with all our special hints and tips of all to see and do in this fabulous county * Local pub – The Victoria Inn (complete with microbrewery and dart board!) is only 1 mile away and serves food daily * Local shop – well-stocked convenience store and post office in Roch village is only a few minutes drive away. St Davids with its fabulous delis and butcher and Haverfordwest's supermarkets and M&S are within an easy drive * Local beach – the Blue flag splendour of Newgale and its 2 miles of golden sand is only a few minutes drive away * All bed linen, bath towels, fuel, electric and starter pack of wood for woodburner included * Washing machine and dryer are available in the main farmhouse if required * Parking * Our Eco-Host Policy* Together we can save our planet. At Pantier we are committed to doing our little bit to help the environment. We hope to add more to this list over the coming months, but here are just some of the ways we are trying to be eco-conscious hosts: > Thoughtful waste and recycling - we are proud that Pembrokeshire and Wales have some of the highest recycling targets in the world with Wales hoping to become a zero waste nation by 2050 with no waste ending up in landfill! We would so appreciate it if you can help us by recycling as much as possible in the bins provided - all easy to follow recycling info is in the cottage! > Reduce single use plastics - - Sustainably sourced toilet roll - no plastic packaging! - Washable and reusable eco kitchen sponges and washable microfibre towels are provided in the kitchen which can be used as an alternative to kitchen towel. - Refillable cooking oil and condiments. - We try and keep all our hand soap, washing up liquid and cleaning products preferably eco (plant based) and in recycled and / or refillable containers. - Refillable glass milk bottles. - Tupperware and foil (which can be recycled) rather than single use cling film. - Reusable shopping bags are provided to save on plastic bags! > Locally sourced wood and goodies - - The wood provided for the log burners are locally sourced from Celtic Camping on the St Davids Peninsula and we are in the process of starting out own coppice woodland. - Welcome treats are as locally sourced as possible or even homemade - by us and our hens! > We love + protect our beautiful natural environment here! - We grow trees which we will be planting in a local woodland! - We provide owl boxes, insect houses and plant wildflowers here at Pantier. - We actively support a number of green initiatives locally, including local beach cleans (please join in with a 2 minute clean whenever you can!) and Community Energy Pembrokeshire (CEP) which hopes to create affordable sustainable green energy alternatives for the people of Pembrokeshire.
    Pembrokeshire is a truly special place. There is an aura here, a palpable excitement, a feeling that something quite extraordinary is around every corner - and there is. With 186 miles of breathtaking coastal path on offer, including over 50 stunning beaches, castles steeped in the most amazing myths and legends and world renowned island nature reserves, all stirred up with the friendliest and inspired bunch of people whose love for their county is infectious, you’ve struck holiday gold. Your welcome pack in The Dairy is full to bursting with our own special top tips of all the things to see and do here, including our favourite days out and eateries - from beaches to castles, to museums, to wildlife parks, there is something for everyone at any time of year. Be sure to check out my Airbnb guidebook too - 'Mrs Jones' Pembrokeshire' - which includes lots of these lovely suggestions of fabulous things to 'sea' and do in the area with some local top tips thrown in too! Below are just a few gorgeous ideas to get your Pembrokeshire adventure started! LOCAL ADVENTURES The Dairy is only a 1.5 mile drive to the stunning Blue Flag beach at Newgale. With its 2 miles of golden sand and a surf and watersports activity centre on site there is so much on offer for families, surfers and walkers alike - with the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path offering some of the most spectacular scenery in Wales. A hop, skip and a jump to the next cove, the small but beautiful beach of Nolton Haven, is a fabulous spot for a kayak at high tide and the local stables on site offer the most wonderful coastal hacks down to glorious Druidstone beach and beyond. Ever fancied an exhilarating gallop through the waves? Go on, now’s your chance! For those in search of local craft, culture and foodie delights, we are only a short drive to the picturesque harbour village of Solva, perfect for some fish and chips and crabbing on the harbour, and charming St David’s, the smallest city in the UK but with the biggest of hearts. With its beautiful ancient cathedral, festivals, galleries, trendy shops and eateries, it’s a hub for art lovers and foodies alike. However, if you do find yourself feeling a little adventurous, why not hop on a boat trip to Ramsay Island. Dramatic caves and crystal blue waters full of dolphins, whales, puffins and seals, make for a trip to remember! When in Rome as they say ;) Brandy Brook walk If you fancy a local walk - the beautiful valley of Brandy Brook is only down the hill! So pack yourself a picnic and follow the beautiful stream towards the ruins of an old mill. FURTHER AFIELD - NORTH AND SOUTH ADVENTURES The Dairy is in the perfect location for exploring both north and south Pembrokeshire - with both areas offering up their own unique personalities. You may choose to head north in search of the rugged beauty of the northern coastline, the blue lagoon at Abereiddy or perhaps the wild and unique Preseli mountains, where Stonehenge’s blue stones originated, or head south and explore the Dale Peninsular, Skomer island and it’s remarkable puffins, Pembroke’s historic castle, or the soft golden sands of Tenby south beach. Whether you’re after exhilarating adventures or life’s best and simple pleasures, whether it’s sea safaris rich with puffins and seals, surfing for the first time or long summer days at the beach, castle hopping, crabbing on the harbour, coastal walks and lingering pink-red sunsets, there is a Pembrokeshire holiday for everyone and our Coach House is the perfect place from which to discover, relax, rejuvenate, and just be together.
  • Such a gorgeous little cottage nuzzled away in the Welsh countryside. Very very pleased we picked Anna's accomodation. Communication and check in was a breeze. Beautiful interior and decor, clean, comfortable and fab little extra touches. Highly recommend a visit! Thanks Anna and family!

    Natalie2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage was spotlessly clean and comfortable. Quiet, peaceful and luxurious. We didn’t want to leave!

    Joanna2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • We enjoyed staying at the Dairy very much, it was sparkling clean,super comfortable and well located for visiting surrounding areas.Anna and her family could not be more accommodating and friendly.Perfect place !!

    Tracy2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • Really lovely place to stay. So cosy. Perfect for a few nights away!

    Matthew2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing location and stylish place. Would definitely recommend .

    Zak2020-02-11T00:00:00Z
  • Great little place to stay despite the storm that raged outside. Amazing kitchen and cosy sofa :)

    Rebecca2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • It’s difficult to know where to start with this place because there’s a lot to compliment and everyone else has written it already, but this AirBnb is about as perfect as you’ll find. Tonnes of local information, impossibly clean (truly impossible - I don’t understand how it hadn’t been fitted out with brand new furniture the day before). The hosts are friendly, accommodating and their passion for Pembrokeshire is demonstrated in the amount of effort placed in the lever arch book of local information and tonnes of local trinkets you’ll spot around the property. It’s lovely, it’s out of the way (as is most of West Wales) and no photo’s will do it justice. You’ll need to see for yourself. We went horse riding on the beach with Nolton Stables and had a spa afternoon at Wolfscastle Country Hotel and it was all in all a perfect weekend. Thank you so much to Anna & Co for being so accommodating and making my girlfriends birthday one to remember!

    Paul2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful, well decorated cottage with plenty of charm. The bed was so comfortable, and fire so warm we found it hard to leave.

    Luke2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
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    Newgale, Wales, United Kingdom

    Arrive in the nicely cottage. Our property is close to the 1000 mile hiking trail, 1 km from the beautiful cliffs and in the middle of nature. Short break or a nice holiday in our cosy cottage which sleeps up to 4 people.You can enjoy the peace and the surroundings. The house is suitable for couples, solo adventurers, families (with children) and 1 hairy friend (pets). Dog lovers! In the piggery you can bring a maximum of 1 sweet dog. The owner will never leave him alone.
    Surrounded by meadows, a beautiful garden with the possibility of a barbecue. It's really in the middle of nature yet close to all local amenities. Search for welshwalks-cottages followed by co.uk and see beautiful pictures of the area. For young people there are endless possibilities for all kinds of water sports, climbing, horse riding and many more activities.
    Super safe neighbourhood, where children can enjoy themselves. For hikers, a great place for beautiful walks and exploring. A place without noise, without stress, just peace and quiet.
  • We had 3 nights in the Piggery and had a lovely family get away. Our hosts were very friendly and made themselves available if we needed anything. The piggery is cosy and situated in beautiful surroundings- my little girl particularly enjoyed running about the place and hiding on the bunk beds. Great local things to do include the bug farm, white-sands and Newport Beach.

    Rebecca2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely setting, really cosy little cottage. Great hospitality. Would return and hopefully we can use the hot tub :)

    Sarah2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely beautiful and peaceful Stay; so close to the sea and great hot tub experience - definitely return

    Tom2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • Thank you for letting us stay in your lovely cottage! The location is great, views beautiful and hosts very welcoming.

    Karolina2019-10-30T00:00:00Z
  • Such a beautiful place in a very quiet spot. The cottage is compact but has everything you need. It’s a great base to explore the coastline from.

    Kim2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay here was beautiful - our hosts had great suggestions about local treasures, and their property was beautiful. Definitely recommend for a stay off the beaten path!

    Naomi2019-09-23T00:00:00Z
  • Very beautiful location. A short drive to many unique sights with a warm feel when coming back after a long day walking the dog. Extremely accommodating and always met with a smile and friendly chat.

    Benjamin2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful location, cottage and hosts 😀

    Lucy2019-08-30T00:00:00Z
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    Rhoslanog Cottages, Wales, United Kingdom

    Treseisyllt Farm with 40 glorious acres in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, offers a "nearly wild" campsite for you to bring your own tent or caravan to enjoy. Just minutes walk from the famous coast path and two lovely unspoilt beaches. A stunning, pristine and quiet site from which to explore Pembrokeshire or chill out and absorb the magic place you are staying in. £10 per adult per night and £5 for children under 15. Free for under 4's. More info online at coastal-camping.wales.
    *Also available for rental are two ensuite bedrooms in the renovated farmhouse which sleep 2-3 persons each, and a spacious 3-bedroom caravan for up to 6 people, as well as an 8-metre bell tent during high season -- see our other listing or send a message to enquire about these if you're interested.* All the camping pitches have access to drinking water, a CDP (Chemical Disposal Point) in the field, and porta-loo toilets during high season. There are also picnic tables, barbeque grills, and fire pits spread around the site. At the farm house, a few minutes walk from the nearest edge of the camping field, campers are welcome to use a newly completed shower room and WC with plenty of hot water. There's also Wi-Fi (reachable near the house), and the possibility of using a freezer and charging points for mobile phones and camera batteries. Guests can use the laundry machine here for a modest fee. A small barn provides for full recycling. There are magnificent sea views towards St. Davids and Ramsey Island and the world renowned Pembrokehire Coastal Path runs for hundreds of miles in each direction. You can enjoy exhilarating walks, dramatic sunsets, starry night skies free from light polution, spectacular birds and drifts of wildflowers all around. Two beautiful beaches are within 10 minutes walking distance: Aberbach is perfect for swimming, kayaking, fishing or watching the sunset, while Abermawr offers wonderful surfing opportunities. Migrating birds, porpoises and dolphins around Strumble Head are some of the special sights in this part of Wales. In the autumn, seal pups are born in the quiet coves nearby.
    Tregwynt Woollen Mill with an excellent shop, original working Victorian looms, and a family and dog friendly cafe is a 15-minute walk away. More to add here!
  • Thank you for allowing me to stay in your huge farm and admire the beautiful riding horses you breed!

    Marios2019-11-24T00:00:00Z
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    16


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    Saint Nicholas, Wales, United Kingdom

    The Watch Cottage is a romantic bolthole, perfect for accessing the Pembrokeshire coast path or as a writer’s retreat One of Pembrokeshire's most iconic cottages - grade two listed, over three hundred years old - and beloved by many artists, including John Knapp-Fisher. Up a secret lane, with 180 degree sea views & secluded garden. Two wood burners, beams, exposed walls, vintage furniture. Near Llanrhian & Porthgain. The visitors book is bursting with love for this unique cottage.
    The Watch Cottage is one of North Pembrokeshire's most iconic cottages - single storey with a traditional cement washed roof. It's perfect for one or two adults. Well behaved dogs are welcome. Babies too, but you'll need to supply their beds etc. Part of its beauty lies in its tiny size - one double bedroom, with Woodburner, a cosy living room with traditional chimney fawr (inglenook fireplace), a galley kitchen and a small shower room. There are overnight storage heaters, but lighting the fires is the way to make this cottage the cosiest place ever. The bedroom has one double bed with all linen provided. The living room has a two seater sofa, a leather armchair, dining table and two chairs. The shower-room has a shower, toilet, wall heater and small basin. The well-equipped galley-kitchen has an electric fan oven, separate electric hob & sink. If you can’t live without central heating and tv - and don’t like lighting fires, this is not the cottage for you.
    The cottage is located about 6 miles from St David's, just outside the village of Llanrhian and five minutes drive to the popular historic harbour of Porthgain. Overlooking the world renowned Pembrokeshire coast path and within the Pembrokeshire National Park. Close to some of the most beautiful beaches in the area. Great restaurants including The Shed at Porthgain. Pembrokeshire has been voted BBC Countryfile's favourite UK holiday destination.
  • This is a wonderful place that provides a snug base to explore the glorious countryside and has expansive views of the sea.

    Jane2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Such a cute place and with a great atmosphere. Cosy with the two stoves lit, clean and very well kitted out. Best/cleanest pans we've come across in holiday rentals, even the frying pan still had it's non-stick coating intact! The bed was amazingly comfortable and the peace and quiet was a dream. Very friendly and helpful host too. Thank you Alexandra

    Emma2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • This is a real gem, beautifully isolated yet only 30 mins walk to the coast. The cottage is small but really well thought out, everything you need and the stoves in both the sitting room and bedroom are a real treat during the colder months. We have just sat out storm Dennis and it was very cosy to be hunkered down in the Watch House in between the worst of the weather. Thank you Alexandra

    Jason2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • If you want a rural few nights in a real country cottage this is your spot. Ideal location to explore the area!

    Charlie2019-12-31T00:00:00Z
  • A truly amazing place, unbelievable cosy! We had the most amazing time at this lovely authentic Welsh cottage. Near to the amazing Pembrokeshire coastline, we had wonderful walks and great food and drink experiences all on foot. The stove is a thing of wonder and bathed us in warmth and loveliness even though the storm was howling outside. Just loved it, brilliantly run and organised. Cant fault it .!!

    Russ2019-10-04T00:00:00Z
  • A glorious location for a retreat to Pembrokeshire. Excellent weather meant I was out most of the time but it was a delightful place to return to, and gave the requisite space to clear the head. Near to an excellent stretch of the coastal path too.

    Daniel2019-09-23T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely gorgeous property, gorgeous location and great hosts. Recommend this for anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of life.

    Ruby2019-09-18T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing, cute little cottage for me and my partners relaxing week away. Perfect location for walks and things to do in the area. We will definitely be coming back again soon!

    Demmi2019-09-13T00:00:00Z
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    St Davids, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    ***CORONA VIRUS INFO*** Due to this unprecidented situation I have changed my cancellation settings to ensure that you can cancel easily and keep yourselves and your loved ones safe. If you still want to travel please follow the guidelines and stay home if you are sypmtomatic. Totally self contained Annexe. Big comfy bed, big rain shower and parking at the front door. Small kitchenette and little garden area if you want to bring your dog!
    Private parking on drive. The Annexe is attached to my home, though entirely self-contained. On a quiet residential cul-de-sac in St Davids. It's walking distance from the centre and a two minute walk from Oriel-Y-Parc the visitor centre, cafe and gallery. Bright and cosy, with king size bed, rain shower, kitchenette with small fridge freezer, oven and hob. TV and WiFi. I spent years holidaying in St Davids camping in summer and self catering in winter. It was always so difficult to find short term lets with parking which were dog friendly. Now that I live here I wanted to offer this to likeminded visitors! The Annexe is cosy and well located with many walking options on the doorstep whether towards the coast path or inland. Plenty of outside space for bikes or kayaks, and your own parking space on the drive. The Annexe is a 3 minute walk from Oriel Y Parc the Visitor Centre, cafe and gallery. Only 5 minutes walk from the centre of St Davids and a 15 minute walk from Caerfai, the nearest beach.
    Quiet part of St Davids with on site car parking which is a rarity in the area. Walking distance from City centre, restaurants, cafes, galleries and the cathedral. Walking distance from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path at Caerfai. There are many circular walks from here, taking in Solva in one direction or St Justinian's in the other.
  • Lovely place for two. Great facilities and location a very short walk to all the city has to offer. Added bonus of off road parking too. Highly recommend. Great communication from Samantha. Will definitely return.

    Karen2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • The annexe was a fantastic place to stay, it was impeccably clean, refurbed to a high spec and Samantha had added really lovely touches like welsh cakes, daffodils and guides to local walks. It was in a fantastic location for some great headland walks and In walking distance to all the local pubs ! Really enjoyed our stay and wouldn’t hesitate to return.

    Saskia2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Samantha's place is modern but homely. See is a great host and left us with a cake !! Thoroughly recommend staying here and looking forward to coming back to visit again.

    Louise2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely beautiful annex in a perfect location. Spotlessly clean and thoughtful pack of Welsh cakes on arrival. Samantha was very quick at replying. Our little sausage dog loved his holiday and we will most definitely be back!

    Madison2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • My best friend and I had such a great stay at Samantha’s place. A wonderful space for two and spitting distance from St. David’s town, and about a 15 minute drive from tourist attractions such as Blue Lagoon, Haverfordwest town and about 5 minutes from Whitesands bay. Great speedy responses from Samantha too and local recommendations for restaurant’s, even during off-season! Would recommend to everyone!

    Rachel2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • This place does exactly what it says on the tin. Everything is as described - the bed was sooo comfy too and it is literally walking distance into St David’s and the coastal path. Just what the Dr ordered and our pooch loved it too

    Alison2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • We booked Samantha's place last minute for a weekend away. It was perfect! All we needed was a clean and comfy place within walking distance to St. David's and Samantha's was exactly that and more. The annexe is clean and cosy, with great facilities. It is small, but perfect for the 2 of us and our small dog. We loved how clean and modern everything was. The welshcakes and special soap were lovely touches. The property is located just on the edge of St. David's, which was perfect. We found a perfect walk that took us along the coast path and into town, stopping at a couple of lovely dog friendly pubs along the way. If you want a convenient and well presented place to stay in St. David's with safe parking, this is worth every penny!

    Matthew2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect place to stay for a weekend in St David’s. It was super clean, with lovely touches. Perfect Airbnb experience.

    Frith2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
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    Saint Davids, Wales, United Kingdom

    Glowty – sleeps 2 (+2, by arrangement, at a cost of £15 per bed, linen and towels included). Glowty is a 5 Star Visit Wales Graded luxurious converted stone barn with spectacular views across the peninsula from the Preselei Mountains, across Milford Haven to St Brides Bay & Skomer and Ramsey Islands, boasting eco credentials with a new RHI biomass boiler. **PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A £10 PER DOG PER STAY CHARGE. Thank you.**
    The cottage provides mainly ground floor accommodation with the addition of a first floor crog loft. There is a large bedroom (with kingsize bed); bathroom (with bath/shower); lounge/dining room with dining table and chairs, French windows leading to patio; kitchen which is off the lounge/dining room fitted with integrated electric oven/hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, and microwave. We are on site to help with anything if needed, so if you are short of something please let us know.
    The whole peninsula is only 4 1/2 miles wide, so you are never very far from anything. It's just over a mile and a half into St Davids where you can find most things you need. There is a great deli - St Davids Food and Wine, which is where we get the selection of Welsh cheese and organic loaf to welcome you on arrival. There is The Veg Patch with great selection of fresh veg and fruit and Rob Davis the Butchers, great meat and homemade good. There is a good local supermarket - CK's and great local eateries, cafes, clothes shops and galleries and more.
  • We had the loveliest weekend getaway here. It felt like a dream—waking up with a view of farmlands, horses (and a donkey!), and the sea off in the distance. The cottage had everything we needed, including a bed that was dangerously comfortable. Jan and her husband were incredibly kind and thoughtful. Especially when we called late at night because we were lost!! Jan was so patient while explaining how to find the cottage in the dark. We felt so welcome and at home. It’s such a quick drive to St. David’s, and the cottage is absolutely gorgeous and had everything we needed. Gandalf the goat was a personal favourite. We can’t wait to come back :)

    Emma2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • A truly wonderful place to stay. Our second.

    Gavin2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • We loved Glowty - it’s perfect for two or a small family. Light and spacious , well designed, beautifully furnished. Fab views across the countryside to the sea. Jan and John are just lovely. They looked after us so well and made a special effort to take the time to find out about dietary requirements and leave us a special selection of local produce. We had a fantastic peaceful weekend break - amazing walks, wildlife - and very close to StDavids. Thanks Jan and John!

    Lisa2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful house, perfect for a quiet and restful holiday. Such a snuggly warm house for a winter's stay.

    Alice2019-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is really cosy and we had a great stay. Jan met us and gave us a lovely welcome and some great recommendations!

    Natasha2019-11-18T00:00:00Z
  • Glowty is the perfect spot for a bit of relaxation and exploring the wonderful local area. It is warm, cosy, clean & comfortable with everything you could need! Jan was a wonderful host, would highly recommend! 5*

    Olivia2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • Jan's place is amazing. Super comfy and luxurious accommodation. Perfectly located within easy walking distance of costal walks. Can't wait to go back again.

    Ed2019-11-04T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely beautiful, clean and wonderfully kitted out cottage. Incredibly comfortable and clean and perfect level of welcome, warm and hospitable but not intrusive. Great surroundings and location and wonderful for the dog. Would love to come back

    Corinna2019-10-17T00:00:00Z
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    Saint Davids, Wales, United Kingdom

    This traditional cottage is situated in a peaceful village, yet is only 500 yards from a beach and within easy reach of St David’s. . Beamed living room with wood-burning stove. Spacious, beamed, open-plan dining room with farmhouse-style kitchen area and tiled floor. Single bedroom. Bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. First floor: Double bedroom with 6ft bed. Twin bedroom.. - Wood-burning stove - fuel avail locally - Elec, elec heaters (underfloor in bathroom), bed linen and towels inc - H/chair - Freeview TV - DVD - Radio/CD - M/wave - W/machine - D/washer - Wi-fi - Lawned garden with furniture (across lane) - Parking (for 1 car) - Cycle store - No smoking . Nestled peacefully in the charming village of Trefin, in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (AONB), this traditional, detached, Welsh holiday cottage is bursting with original charm and character, making it an ideal touring base for families or couples looking to explore the spectacular coastline of beautiful Pembrokeshire. The cottage, dating back to the 18th century, was a former ship captain’s cottage which has been sympathetically restored to uncover all its original features, including stone walls, beams and lots of welcoming touches, including a wood-burning stove for those cosy nights in. Guests can enjoy their own private garden (separate from the cottage and not enclosed), where they can sit, relax and unwind after spending a busy day exploring the area. From the doorstep, guests can enjoy fantastic walks along the iconic coastal path and discover the pretty coastal villages of Solva and Porthgain, which are tucked away in tranquil fishing harbours. Visit the historic city of St. David’s, which features the magnificent 12th-century cathedral and medieval ruins of Bishop’s Palace. For the more adventurous, take a sea safari expedition around the offshore island of Ramsey, cruising close to sea birds, seals and the occasional bottlenose dolphin. The golden beaches of Newgale and Whitsands are within easy reach and are renowned for surfing and watersports. Horse riding and golf can also be found locally. Beach 500 yards. Shop 2 miles, pub 500 yards.
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    Trefin, near St. David’s, United Kingdom

    Ysgubor is one of two self catering converted barns situated in the Pembrokeshire Coast, near the historic city of St Davids in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Originally the farm grain store and mill the barn has been renovated into a cosy two bedroom property.
  • This is a really lovely cottage in a rural location that is ideal for exploring the beautiful local area. We only went for the weekend but would love to go back for longer next time. The cottage is a great space and everything was really clean. Ieuan and Sandra were very helpful and answered any questions before our visit. They were very friendly and made us feel really welcome. Would definitely recommend xx

    Rhiannon2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Wow. What a view! A perfect base from which to explore the Wales coastal path and surrounding areas. Great hosts and a very cosy and characterful cottage, we'll be back :)

    James2019-11-30T00:00:00Z
  • We cannot recommend this place enough. The location is fantastic with some of the best views we have ever had at an Airbnb. There are great country and coastal walks within very easy reach and the cottage is also very close to fantastic beaches. The place itself is very cosy, exceptionally clean and comes with all the amenities you need. We slept very well every night and loved the views from every window! Sandra is a fantastic host who made is feel very welcome and left us a couple of welcome gifts on our arrival which made us feel very at home. We would absolutely stay again!

    Hayley2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • This is one of those places where you wake up, look out the window and wish you never had to leave. The vistas from it's place high on the hillside are breathtaking. The on-premise access to the never-ending network of public footpaths in the area means opportunities for exploration are literally on your doorstep, including a 25 minute stroll through fields and pastures to the amenities at Porthgain. The cottage itself is outfitted with comfort in mind: lovely linens, fresh pillows, comfortable mattresses. The two bathrooms (not pictured on the listing) are new and modern, with enviable water pressure! There are two living room areas, one on each floor. This was handy when travelling with a small child who liked to watch cartoons "upstairs". The kitchen is very modern with near-new appliances, including a washer/dryer for clothes, which is handy when the weather turns. Stocked with everything you need to make yourself at home with cooking, entertaining. Unlike some AirBnBs, there is no tea/coffee/sugar - basics that are sometimes handy to have upon arrival on a long travel day. The hosts did leave a pint of fresh milk (in a glass bottle, no less!) and some delicious welsh cakes with a bottle of wine. So thoughtful. Ieuan and Sandra are seriously top-notch hosts who went above and beyond any expectations, including delivering fresh apples from their gorgeous orchard. This is the best AirBnB experience I've had. We hope to return some day.

    Deena2019-09-26T00:00:00Z
  • Gorgeous cottage with beautiful views.

    Nicki2019-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • Great hosts, superb location. Super hosts for a reason. Lovely clean cottage with fantastic facilities. Highly recommended.

    Gavin2019-08-02T00:00:00Z
  • Ieuan And Sandra’s place was without fault. Everything was perfect. We look forward to returning next year.

    Daniel2019-07-29T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful location, furnishings, cleanliness, facilities and friendly hosts who leave welsh cakes and wine!

    Rachel2019-05-31T00:00:00Z
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    Llanrhian, Wales, United Kingdom

    * Pembrokeshire rural retreat to sleep just 2 * Set in ideal walking country * Welcomes dogs * Log burning stove for cosy nights in * Near Abermawr & Aberbach beaches, and Strumble Head
    - 1 Double with Kingsize bed sleeping a maximum of 2. - Shower Room (off kitchen) with shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin. - Kitchen/Diner country style fitted with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, table and chairs seating 4. - Sitting Room 3 seater sofa, armchair, TV/DVD, multi-fuel stove, French windows to front, door to rear garden - Grounds front gravelled courtyard with shed (bike & wet suit storage etc.) and private, enclosed rear garden with small raised terrace, 4 steps down to lawn and patio with garden furniture
    At the base of the Strumble Head Peninsula, with its white-washed lighthouse guarding the Irish Sea, this cottage is a perfect small rural retreat just for two (and maybe a faithful friend or a baby!). This is ideal walking country and there is access near to the cottage up to Ffyst Samson, a Neolithic burial chamber on a rocky plateau - fantastic panoramic views of the whole of St Davids Peninsula including Garn Fawr - the artist John Piper had his studio here in a traditional stone cottage. Shopping for groceries is available in nearby Goodwick, Fishguard, Square & Compass and Letterston - award winning fish and chip shop/restaurant here too. The helpful owner (who lives next door) is happy to advise on places to visit in the area.
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    Saint Nicholas, Wales, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    Great little self-contained unit based in the village of Trefin, which has a local pub and cafe. Ideal for exploring the coastal path, just a few hundred yards away or making it a base to go further afield in North Pembrokeshire. The unit itself is a double bed, a kitchenette, two electric rings, fridge, microwave, kettle and a walk-in shower/toilet. Ideal if you just want to chill and relax. This is very popular with walkers and cyclists (a secure bike shed available if needed)
    Including in the price is a self-service breakfast of eggs, cereal, toast preserves fresh fruit, yoghurt, coffee, tea and fruit juice, all served in the kitchen in the hostel.
  • Simple, not super fancy, but just what you need on a stop over or a vacation where you plan to spend time outside. Lovely area of the Welsh Coast. Paul went above and beyond in the hospitality department. We felt very welcome at his place and in the village as well. We would definitely stay again if in the area.

    Samantha2019-12-24T00:00:00Z
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    Sir Benfro, Cymru, United Kingdom

    Recently converted traditional welsh single storey barn located on the farm, close to the main house. The main bedroom has superking or twin beds. Kitchen/living area has spectacular sea views with access to the private patio and an enclosed garden overlooking the farm and coast. Adjacent is a farm utility room with extra shower, wc, and laundry facilities - good for drying dirty dogs and wet clothes/boots. Direct access to the coastal path, 10 minutes walk along farm track.
    We are a working farm situated in a wonderful part of the Pembrokeshire National Park right on the coast. The Dairy is a recently renovated single storey barn with outstanding views of farmland and the coast from the large glass gable end of the property. The barn is on one level and benefits from underfloor heating throughout. The combined living/kitchen area has amazing views and direct access to the private patio and enclosed garden. Clever use of space has allowed the fitting of a fridge/freezer, microwave, oven, ceramic hob and dishwasher in addition to ample storage space and an extendable oak dining table for 4/6 people. Comprehensive kitchen utensils/crockery/cookware and picnicware are supplied. The living area has 3 seater leather settee, 2 tub chairs, sideboard, wall mounted flat screen TV with Freesat , Wifi and DVDs (and board games). Radio, ipod docking station, bluetooth speaker and woodburner. There is a large walk in wet room, with overhead shower head and handheld unit. Illuminated mirrored cabinet with powerpoints and heated towel rail. The spacious main bedroom can be configured with either a super king bed or two single beds (this needs specifying when booking). One window overlooks the old farmyard, two windows look out over lawn. Black out blinds. Underfloor heating. Wardrobe, bedside tables, dressing table, chest of drawers and bookcase, bedroom chair, mirror. TV . The smaller second bedroom has a double bed, bedside tables, dressing table, cupboard and TV. Room for extra storage underneath the bedframe. Velux window in roof with black out blind. We are very rural and have no mobile signal within and around the immediate vicinity of the property. It is possible to use your mobile by enabling Wifi calling on your phone or using What's App. There is a landline within the property for incoming and local calls. The WiFi speed is adequate for most tasks ie emails, general searching, iplayer but will not cope with any gaming requirements or equivalent. Flexible check in/out times depending on availability. A travel cot, highchair and fireguard can be supplied on request. DOGS: Maximum 2 well behaved dogs. There is an extra cleaning cost of £20 per dog paid directly to us on arrival. We would prefer that dogs stay off furniture and beds, however we do understand that we all have different rules for our pets. If you feel this would significantly impact on the success of your holiday we have supplied some dog throws to be used to cover furniture/beds if necessary. Do please use them if you need to. Dogs should not be left for long periods of time unattended in The Dairy, if you are out for the day we may be able to 'dog sit' by prior arrangement at an extra cost. ADJOINING FARM UTILITY (occasionally used by owners) Kitchen with fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer, shower and WC, underfloor heating. Can be used as a drying room for coats, wellies, walking boots and dogs. Room for dog crates/beds if required. EXTERNAL Paved patio with table and chairs with side gate to private enclosed garden fenced with stock netting overlooking pastureland. Fire pit, rotary washing line, wheely bins. Plenty of parking space. Outside tap (shower hose) for hosing off dirty dogs, sandy shoes etc
    Staying at The Dairy gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the amazing scenery, with easy access to a multitude of stunning coastal walks and activities, returning to a warm, hospitable and practical base. Strumble Head (Pen Caer) itself is a glorious wild stretch of the North Pembrokeshire coastal path and has been rated by the National Geographic Magazine as one of the world's greatest walks. It is one of the best sites in Britain to view porpoise, dolphins and seals which can be spotted in the tidal races around the headland using binoculars. There small 'secret' coves to discover including Pwll Arian (Silver Cove), Porth Maenmelyn and Pwll Deri where seals play - a walkers, naturalists, photographers and bird watchers paradise. The coastal path is a short walk away down the private farm track, from where you can access the whole of the spectacular north Pembrokeshire coastline from the beautiful blue flag beach of Whitesands in St Davids to the harbour town of Fishguard and further north to Newport. The area is ideal for activities for all ages - surfing, sea fishing, horse riding and golf courses are all available in the vicinity, as well as boat trips to Ramsey (bird watching) and Caldey Island. This area is renowned for the quality of light and is a wonderful place for artists and photographers. There is a good leisure centre, independent bookshop and small independent cinema in Fishguard for those rainy days (plus supermarkets)! St David's is the smallest city in the UK with a beautiful cathedral and range of independent shops.
  • The most amazing place, the photos really do not do it justice. We felt so pampered and happy and will return many times. Wonderful hosts, cannot thank them enough.

    Mary2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • The Dairy is a special, beautiful place to stay. A lovely welcome and little things do stand out in exceptional places, here it was a bowl of water ready for our dogs when we arrived, a personalised note from Debbie and David and home made Bara Brith, a Welsh cake, along with other goodies. The accommodation is of the highest standard. Along with the location near Strumble Head, we could not of wished for better. Thank you.

    Eirlys2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • It’s hard to describe how stunning this place is. I wish I didn’t have to leave. With epic of views of the lighthouse, sea, animals and sky. Several walks from the door. The coastal path is right there and just the most gorgeous and magical stretch of land. Costal ponies. The weather changes and it’s like a new place daily. The dairy is so beautifully designed as well. I was more than comfortable and was inspired to write some music. The welcome basket rules and I loved the bara brith bread and homemade jam! Car recommended. Debbie and David were both friendly and accommodating. Can’t recommend this stay enough.

    Emma2020-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely fantastic, our second stay.

    Eloise2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place, wonderful location, fabulous hosts. Outstanding.

    Cerian2020-01-20T00:00:00Z
  • David and Debbie gave us an immediate and very warm welcome- which was needed as it was pitch plank when we arrived! Their hospitality was excellent throughout our stay, offering advice and suggestions for walks etc. The space is located within 10 mins walk of the coast path so perfect for hiking! Everything we needed was provided including loads of wood for the wood burner- and no extra cost! Kids loved it and we hope to return in warmer months!

    Chris2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Debbie & David’s place is really special! It has everything you need for a truly relaxing escape away from reality. The photos don’t do it justice... 5/10 mins walk from the coastal path and such a peaceful location. Would 100% recommend and hopefully will be back in the future :)

    Chloe2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • An amazing location with views out across the sea and stunning coastal walks within 10 minutes of the property. The cottage is really cosy and extremely well equipped with lots of lovely thoughtful touches that made our stay extra special. Debbie and David are fantastic hosts; really friendly and helpful, nothing is too much trouble for them. Would highly recommend this stay as it’s one of the best we’ve had through Airbnb.

    Sasha2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Farm stay


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Trefasser, Wales, United Kingdom

    Sunset Barn is a spacious green holiday cottage boasting sea views and great sun sets. Sunset Barn has two bedrooms both with en suite bathrooms. The downstairs bedroom of the holiday cottage has two large comfortable single beds with an en suite wet room, it is possible to add an extra bed in this room if required (please let us know at the time of booking). The upstairs bedroom of Sunset Barn contains a king size bed and has an en suite bathroom with a bath and shower.Sunset Barn has an open plan kitchen, lounge and dining room containing a large comfortable sofa and easy chairs, a log burning stove, a family sized dining table and a fully equipped hand made wooden kitchen with built in dishwasher and washing machine. There is also a flat screen tv, dvd player and stereo system. All the bed linen and towels for the holiday cottage are fair trade and organic. The price also includes all logs, gas and electricity. The hot water in the holiday cottage is heated using solar thermal energy and the crystal clear water in the holiday cottage is pumped from our own bore hole. We have used as many natural products in the renovation and decoration of Sunset Barn as we could, natural wood, slate tiles, lime plasters, clay paints all add to the special feel of this eco holiday cottage.
    Stones Cottages comprises of three holiday cottages and a house all surrounded by fields and 16 acres of flower meadows maintained using organic principles. Situated on a small holding we have four Shetland sheep and chickens. It is quiet place with good views, brilliant sunsets and star filled night time skies. Close to the coastal path it is an ideal place for walkers and cyclists. Stones Cottages is a 10 minute drive from the market town of Fishguard and the beautiful Aber Mawr and Aber Bach beaches. We have converted all the cottages to the highest environmental standards, a bore hole provides the water, air source heat pumps power the underfloor heating, solar thermal panels heat the water and solar PV help provide the electricity. We have used as many natural materials in the conversion, certified sustainable wood for the hand made kitchens, lime plasters and clay paints. We also provide all the bed linen and towels which are made from organic cotton. We even have a point for charging electric cars. All the electricity, logs for the wood burner and bed linen and towels are included in the price.
    Pembrokeshire is a popular tourist attraction and has much to satisfy a diverse range of tastes. There is far too much to list everything to do in the local area but loads of information can be found at the Pembrokeshire Tourist Information Centres. Below are a few of our favourite things. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. One of the most spectacular coastal walks in the country and one of the most dramatic sections is all but a 30 minute walk from the cottage. Wild flower and Bird Watching. With it’s national park and conservation areas, coastlines, offshore islands (teeming with puffins, razorbills, shearwaters, storm petrels and chough) and the Pembrokeshire hedges the area is a popular destination for nature lovers. Foxgloves, pink campion, snowdrops, woodland carpets of bluebells, gorses and heathers is but to name a few of the many flowers. These are also the hunting grounds for the buzzards and peregrine falcons that inhabit the area. Seal Watching. September and October are the best months to see the pups, a nice early evening walk from the cottage to one of the best seal watching beaches in the UK stopping to watch the sunset into the sea on the way back from Garn Fawr. You may even see some dolphins, porpoises, whales or basking sharks. Beaches. Walk, cycle or drive to the beautiful pebble beaches of Aber Bach and Aber Mawr, take a BBQ, go for a swim, walk in the bluebell woods or fish for mackerel. Sandy beaches can be easily found a little further away, the beautiful beaches of Whitesands and Newgale are good for bathing, sand castles and surfing. Cycling. Explore the surrounding lanes, beaches and villages by following the national cycle routes or for off road fun visit the nearby Preseli Hills or Llys-y-Frân reservoir . Island Wildlife Visits. Take a boat trip to one of the many islands that surround the Pembrokeshire coast. Ramsey and Skomer Islands are great destinations to see an abundance of wildlife. Eating and Drinking Out. The surrounding area has a high number of very good restaurants and there are many cafes and old world pubs to enjoy. Castles. Pembrokeshire has much more than its fair share of castles. See where the Tudor dynasty was born in Pembroke, amble amongst the ruins of Carew castle and Manorbrier. Visit the unusual 13th century castle at Picton or see Cardigan Castle as featured on the BBC’s Restoration programme. Crafts and Galleries. Pembrokeshire has long been a haven for artists. The large number of quality galleries and craft centres testifies this. Visit some of the galleries and sculpture gardens, spend a day learning how to throw pots or bring your paints or camera and find out why so many artists have drifted to this part of the world.
  • With views of the sea, open country and sunset, this lovely cottage is cosy and very well cared for. Great walking country from the house and coastal walks galore nearby. A real gem.

    Karen2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Dan & Shani’s cottage has been cleverly renovated with a strong environmental message. It is in such a peaceful location with wonderful views. The bottle of wine and flapjacks were a very nice touch and gratefully received. We would love to visit again

    Graham2019-11-09T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay in wonderful setting with stunning sunsets and for visiting the local area.

    R2019-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • Me and my family had a perfect stay at Dan and Shani's. The cottage had absolutely everything that you would need and was super comfy. The views of the coast and around were stunning. The cottage is also 5 minutes drive from beautiful beaches and a gorgeous coastal walk around Strumble Head . We would definitely love to stay again.

    Angus2019-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • The house and its surroundings are stunning. We were very impressed by this stylish and sustainable barn conversion, not to speak of the views from its open plan kitchen. Our children loved being near hens and sheep and did not want to leave. Daniel was a great host.

    Anezka2019-04-12T00:00:00Z
  • What an incredible place this is, an oasis of calm & tranquility, we spent many happy hours out walking on the coast path & then coming home & just sitting looking out of the window! Everything we needed was provided & the wine & flapjacks on arrival were a lovely touch. Daniel responded to my questions really quickly & was the perfect host. We will definitely be back for more star-gazing by the sea!

    Hayley2019-03-30T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful scenery. Fantastic accommodation. Welcoming and super friendly help from Daniel and co. Thank you so much for a wonderful break!!

    Rebekah2019-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • A cozy and comfortable cottage in a spectacular and beautiful setting, sun set views over the sea, not far to go to find seals, dolphins and Chough. Everything you need is in the cottage, modern and clean and all eco friendly, dog friendly, friendly helpfull hosts.... very peacefull, starry nights, wake to the sound of Ravens and Redshank. An all round perfect relaxing and inspiring break. Amazing!!

    Nick2018-11-21T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Holiday home


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Goodwick, United Kingdom

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