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Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

Set in a small traditional Welsh hamlet in North Pembrokeshire this cottage has been beautifully restored. Homely and inviting, this pet friendly Cottage is only a short drive from the coastal path and the many beautiful beaches in the area.

*Brand new property with summer 2013 availability*

Ground floor

Lounge - Warm and cosy lounge with a 3 seater sofa and a comfy armchair, wood burner, television with dvd player and Sky (basic package)

Sitting room – Next to the lounge in an open plan style is a separate sitting area with a table and 2 chairs and several armchairs.

Kitchen – Looking out over the garden the fully fitted kitchen includes a full sized fridge freezer, washer dryer and a dishwasher. The kitchen is well stocked for all cooking requirements.

Master Bathroom – Includes a WC, bath and separate power shower

WC – there is also a separate WC

Adjoining the kitchen is a dining area with a table that seats 6.

Upstairs

Bedroom 1 - Master bedroom has a king sized bed, cupboard, chest of draws and a selection of shelved literature.

Bedroom 2 – Twin beds, cupboard

Outside

There is an enclosed garden running from the side around to the rear of the cottage that benefits the sun in the afternoon and evenings making it a perfect place to relax and watch the sunset. There is garden furniture and a small patio area.

In front of the cottage is a private drive space with parking for 2 cars.

Additional Information

Cot and high chair available

One pet welcome – but no pets are allowed in bedrooms

Heating and electric included in the price – Heating is via storage heaters and wood burner

Bed linen is provided but please bring your own towels

Logs are provided free of charge

Cottage has a payphone for incoming calls

Strong mobile signal for Vodafone

Weekly lets from £295 / Short breaks from £200

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Telephone, Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1)
Other Linen provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden

The West Wales/Pembrokeshire region

This beautifully restored cottage adjoins one other cottage and is set within the peaceful hamlet of Jordanstown. The nearest beach is Abermawr (3 miles away), while the town and port of Fishguard is only 3 miles to the North. St Davids is 12 miles to the South. The nearest pub is in the village of Scleddau 1.7 miles away. Local highlights include the award winning 'Somethings Cooking' fish and chip restaurant in the village of Letterston.

Fishguard is a popular holiday destination because of its proximity to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, the magical wooded Gwaun Valley, teeming with wildlife and the many picturesque villages dotted along the coast. Fishguard Town Hall houses the Last Invasion Tapestry which commemorates the last invasion of mainland Britain by the French in 1797. The oldest part of Fishguard, the Lower Town, has a tiny harbour which was used as the setting of Dylan Thomas' “Under the Milkwood”, starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. Wildlife around Fishguard is rich with flora and fauna – a third of the world's seals lie around the Pembrokeshire Coast; dolphins and porpoises love to swim in Fishguard harbour and along the surrounding coastline.There really is something for everyone to enjoy during a stay in this Cottage.

Fishguard

Only a short drive from the cottage you will find St Davids, Wales'smallest city , with its outstanding cathedral, its town square and narrow streets full of small shops and good places to eat; Solva and its pretty harbour, an ideal place for walking, sailing and relaxing; the excellent sandy beach in the coastal town of Newport, on the edge of the Preseli Mountains.

You will be spoilt for choice in this lovely part of Wales when it comes to shopping and eating out. There are numerous good restaurants, and cafes, wherever you go in North Pembrokeshire, as well as many specialist craft centres and gift shops. Don't miss Melin Tregwynt Woolen Mill near Castlemorris with its huge selection of throws, cushions, gifts and clothes in wonderful colours; Jim Harries Woodturners in Mathry for beautiful hand crafted furniture and gifts; or the Newport Collective Art and Craft Centre. Travelling along the coast, South of Fishguard, you will arrive at the tiny village and harbour of Porthgain, which is home to the Shed Bistro and the Sloop Inn, two locally renowned restaurants serving excellent food. After a delicious lunch, this is a perfect spot to begin a walk along one of the best stretches of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, in the direction of Abereiddy, a hamlet with a pebbly beach. On the way you will pass the Blue Lagoon, a disused slate quarry, now flooded by the sea, which is always a bluish green colour due to the mineral content within the quarry. Recently the Blue Lagoon was the site of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series when fourteen of the world's best divers dived from 27 metres above the Lagoon.

The Preseli Mountains provide a landscape of ever changing moods and colours depending on what time of year you visit, mysterious, rolling moors where sheep and ponies roam and an abundance of history and mythology, judging by the huge number of relics that remain – Neolithic burial chambers, Bronze Age cairns, stone circles, standing stones and Iron Age forts. If you fancy a change from walking the coast path, then walking in the Preseli Hills makes a refreshing interlude.

For those who enjoy going a bit further afield, just 5 miles from your Pembrokeshire Holiday Cottage, is the ferry boat over to Southern Ireland. Take a more leisurely 3 ½ hour journey by Super ferry and enjoy an afternoon relaxing in the bars, restaurants, and shops on board.

Beaches

Abermawr– The closest beach to the cottage is Abermawr a shingle beach known for its excellent snorkelling and clear waters. 3 miles

Whitesands– Blue-flagged Whitesands Bay is popular with families because of its safe swimming and large clean sandy beach. One of the best in Wales. 14 miles

Newport– a flat sandy beach, safe for bathing. The beach is backed by sand dunes, and although it is popular, it rarely gets crowded. 13.5 miles

Water Sports

TYF Adventure includes canoeing, kayaking, coastering and much more. 12 miles

Boat Trips - Fishing and sightseeing trips are available from Porthgain 8miles

Walking

Whether you walk for long stretches of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path or along the ancient trackways of the Preseli Mountains, you will have ample choice of spectacular walks wherever you decide to go. All Wales Coastal Path – Stunning coastal scenery and can be walked in small or large sections to suit all. 3miles

Fishing

The Pembrokeshire Coast is well known for its sea fishing. 3 miles

Yet-Y-Gors Fishery offers a choice of 3 lakes stocked with carp, bream, tench and perch with a mixture of size. 1.6 miles

Golf

Priskilly Forest Golf Course is a challenging 9 hole golf course set in picturesque settings. Tuition and equipment are available.3.5 miles.

Cycling

National Cycle Route 4 (or NCR 4) actually runs from Fishguard to London and can be joined nearby. Many local quiet lanes are also suitable. 1 mile.

For off road cycling Llys-Y-Fran is a large country park cycle tracks and cycle hire. 14 miles.

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  • 3 Years listed

Calendar last updated:25 Sep 2014

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