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“A magical find” We were so lucky to stay for a whole week in Cariad cottage in a fabulous location. The high standard, quality and cleanliness exceeded our expectations. Although we went for a relaxing week we found ourselves doing rather a lot with miles of coastal path walking, we walked once to Solva where we enjoyed the beauty of the idyllic harbour and visited Artist Warren Heaton in his Gallery there followed by lunch at No 35. We also walked from Moylegrove to St Dogmaels using the Poppit Rocket bus service one way. We did a boat trip to beautiful Skomer Island managing to see the last of the puffins until next Easter. We spent hours pottering around St Davids and visited the spectacular Cathedral three times, once for Sunday Carvery in the refectory which was delicious. We had an envigourating swim at the nearby Caerbwdy just a stones throw away. We discovered the delights of Mrs Will the Fish's fantastic seafood platters which you can order to take away from Solva (google for the number) and enjoyed it with a glass or two of wine and some crusty bread on the balcony looking out to sea. Holidays don't get much better than this. On the last day we visited Porthgain harbour and had the special catch of the day Monkfish for lunch at The Shed, which was incredible. We hoped to walk from Porthgain the 2 miles coast path to Abereiddy and maybe swim in the famous Blue lagoon but ran out of time so another reason to return! Cariad is a gem of a place for so many reasons, homely and peacefully relaxing we really didn't want to go home and would definitely love to come back, if you're thinking of booking this cottage then do it you will not regret it. Thanks Christine and Rob for a lovely week, we hope to be back in the near future. Julie and Paul