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Places to stay in Croesgoch

Places to stay in Croesgoch
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.
  • The location of this place is absolutely incredible. It is quite literally a few minutes’ walk to the coastal path. The treehouse is very peaceful and cosy.

    Lauren2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • 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
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Solva, 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/flat


    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    2

    Rhoslanog Cottages, Wales, United Kingdom

    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/flat


    Property Type

    Flat


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    St Davids, Wales, United Kingdom

    The house - once the village Doctor's Surgery - balances charming traditional features with modern design and conveniences. The Pembrokeshire coast with its stunning beaches, dramatic cliffs and picture-postcard villages is a 5 minute drive away, and you're in beautiful St Davids in 10 minutes.
    The space combines charm and character with all the mod-cons you would expect: - Victorian fireplaces, stripped wood floors and quirky vintage decor - Views to the sea and over countryside - High speed internet - Netflix and other on-demand TV channels - DVD player with wide selection of DVDs - Collection of board games and books - Power-shower and bath - Fully-equipped kitchen with fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine - Garden area for picnics - Enclosed area of garden for dogs - Ample parking (3+ cars)
    You'll be situated in the quiet village of Croesgoch on the edge of the National Park - the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is a 5 minute drive away: - Pretty coastal villages of Porthgain, Abereiddi and Trefin are within a 5 minute drive - St Davids and Solva are around 10 minutes away by car - Excellent beaches - including Whitesands, Caerfai, Newgale and Abermawr - within a 15 minute drive - Outstanding restaurants and pubs - such as the Sloop, the Shed, the Cambrian, Crug Glas, Cwtch and Twr Y Felin - within a 10 minute drive
  • Delightful property in a stunning location that's in easy reach of the key sights. A cozy base to explore. A great break!

    David2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • The house is lovely and cosy and well equipped. The location is great for exploring north Pembrokeshire. Our hosts could not have been more helpful.

    Luke2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • Nice place, good organised and clean!

    Mihai2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • A great base for our long weekend half term break. Clear instructions and plenty of information to digest on arrival. The house was clean and warm with comfy beds and a great shower. We hope to return as Pembrokeshire has lots more opportunities we need to explore.

    Lisa2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • How can I sum this trip up? Well above expectation - great experience - wonderfully clean and communication fantastic. The location was great and the house was fantastic. We had a superb experience and the house was sparkling clean. Nice loving touch as well in that the light was left on for our arrival in the evening. The house was great with everything you could want to have or need during your visit. There were towels, washing powder, dishwasher tabs and many more items. Some great local information and a welcome letter along with some Welch cakes which the kids absolutely loved and devoured without question. I can only recommend this place and we will hopefully be returning soon

    Andrew2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Great location. Kitchen is well stocked. Super easy check in etc.

    Rosie2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • A really lovely cottage in a very beautiful area with easy access to the cliffs, the beach, and St. Davids Cathedral!

    Daniel2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • Glansior was a perfect location for us from which to visit places where our grandparents were born and brought up. The house itself was very clean, cosy, comfortable and well equipped. Lali was a great host, communication was incredibly speedy between us!

    Margaret2019-11-29T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Croesgoch, United Kingdom

    A well presented, cosy and newly refurbished property is fully equipped for all your holiday needs. Situated in a peaceful rural location of Pembrokeshire’s north coast close to the Natioanl Park. A short 5minute drive to the famous village of Porthgain and 5minute drive to the stunning and must see Aberiddy beach and blue lagoon. Just 5miles to the smallest city St David’s, Fishguard approx 7miles. A Pembrokeshire get away to remember in a stunning, countryside property. Everyone is welcome.
    Private large size dormant bungalow with large and spacious rooms and living area. The garden is very well sizes and has a large patio area to enjoy the Pembrokeshire sun and a barbeque which can be accessed from the living room. Our property is child friendly and on request we can provide a toddler cot and highchair. Accomodation is ideal for 8 guests, 9 if cot required for toddlers due to the size and quantity of our bathrooms facilities. Underfloor heating throughout downstairs with a log burner in the living room for those cosy winter nights. A potential for sea views and spotting Stena line crossing the irish sea from the living room on a clear day. We have a large sized garage attached to the property with entrance straight indoors, ideall for storage of a car, bikes or any watersports equipment you might want to bring. This is an ideal location centrally located to visit Pembrokeshire . There is a small local pub just 2minutes walking disctance from the property including a post office. There is also a beauticians also within 2 minute walk. Within a short 2mile drive you will find a well equipt spa garage and filling station for any extra treats you may need, with further amenities just6/7 miles at StDavids, Letterston or Fishguard. This is a genuine experience for guests to experience and embrace the heart of Pembrokeshire from a traditional and peaceful area just kilometres from Pembrokeshire National park and stunning coastline.
    A quiet and peaceful area set back down a little lane/track from the main Fishguard to StDavids road. Just a short 5 miles to StDavids and 7miles to Fishguard. There is no transport noises, and is such a quiet area. There is a working farm shop 200yards from the property which is open Monday to Friday until 5:30pm. This should not cause you any disruptions although you may hear/see tractors occasionally.
  • Fantastic AirBNB in an ideal central location to the west coast. It is extremely spacious and clean and is much larger than the photos allow you to believe! Kim is extremely efficient at communicating to ensure you are furnished with every inch of detail needed. We had a lovely stay and would thoroughly recommend!

    Andrew2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • This house is amazing. If you imagine a beautiful home to stay in and then add 5 stars on top of it - youll be near! Its spotlessly clean with absolutely everything you need. The bedrooms are beautiful and decor is very tasteful and stylish. It is homely and well maintained with more than enough space for 8. We had an incredible stay. Thank you.

    Trudy2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely clean well equipped house. Bigger than expected.

    Kelly2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • Book now - you won't be disappointed with the house or the area - both beautiful.

    Ceri2020-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • Great cottage, very secure garden for dogs. Lots of space inside and outside and very close to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Walk. The Sloop Inn pub 2 miles away serves great food and the local pub 2 mins walk away is great for drinks and a game of Pool!

    Sangita2020-01-06T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely area.

    S2019-12-26T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely spacious cottage, with everything you need in house.

    Ian2019-11-08T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage in a great location, easy access to St. Davids and the surrounding area. Very spacious and modern property. We felt very comfortable despite being a group of 9, and we'd certainly come back!

    Luke2019-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    9


    Bedrooms

    4

    Croesgoch, Wales, United Kingdom

    *PLEASE NOTE OUR POSTCODE IS SA62 5JN* Seaview is on the A487 loop close to sheltered harbours and wonderful beaches. A great base for visiting St Davids and the rest of the stunning Pembrokeshire peninsula, it's just a 15 minute walk to the National Park boundary. It has a private back garden that is a beautiful place to sit, chill and admire the incredible sunsets. Conveniently situated less than a mile away from a well stocked mini-market/garage and an award winning seafood restaurant.
    We hope you find everthing at Seaview that makes your stay in Pembrokeshire relaxing and memorable. The beds are comfy with lovely linens and we provide a bath and hand towel for each guest. Locally made Welsh blankets, vintage and handmade quilts are in the bedrooms for those cooler nights. We include a welcome/ information file which contains brochures and maps to local attractions, places of interest and restaurants in the area. We are also only 2 miles away from the wedding venue of Crug Glas and 10 miles from the Wolfcastle Country Hotel and Beauty and Wellness Spa. Highly recommended is the 'on the doorstep' Angharad's Health and Beauty Salon, being a 10 minute walk away. Seaview is our family home and we are glad to offer it to you for your trip. Please enjoy it and treat it kindly.
    Rural without being isolated,the property is conveniently situated on the A487, an ancient pilgrim route that has existed for travellers of old as well as today's visitors to the area. It extends 5 miles west towards St Davids and 9 miles east towards Fishguard. The hamlet of 'Mesur y Dorth' means' loaf measure' in Welsh and it was here that tired medieval travellers would stop and take refreshment before finishing in St Davids. The measuring stone for the loaves is only a few yards from the house. We enjoy being part of a farming community and are surrounded by fields and sea views from the garden and two westerly upstairs bedroom windows. There is a convenient "sells everything" shop on the road to Fishguard at the hamlet of Square and Compass which is about a mile away.
  • We had a wonderful two weeks staying at Seaview. Debs and Zeman were great hosts and truly lovely people. We even took a boat trip with Zeman and were fortunate enough to see dolphins, porpoises, seals and Ganets. Even the teenagers with us were in awe! The lovingly decorated house had everything we needed and was in the ideal location for visiting Whitesands, St David’s, Solva, Porthgain, the Blue Lagoon and Fishguard and for cycling the country lanes. We would definitely return and would recommend anyone else wanting to explore the Pembrokeshire coast to stay in this ideally situated and comfortable home.

    Paul & Krista2019-08-31T00:00:00Z
  • We have just had a weeks stay in Deb and Zemen’s beautiful home. Everything was perfect, excellent communication, the gorgeous decor, really spacious, lovely little touches in the home, outstanding area absolutely stunning. We will most definitely be back. Thank you xxx

    Jenny2019-08-17T00:00:00Z
  • Great house and perfect location to explore the glorious Pembrokeshire coastline

    Simon2019-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely comfortable home

    Vivien2019-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage with attentive hosts. Lovely to arrive to supplies for breakfast. Great area - we loved cliff walks and runs, body boarding, swimming and exploring the beautiful coastal villages and pubs. Lots of good places to eat and drink - even with need for gluten free food. The coast path was a 20-30 minute walk from the door. We were very lucky and only had one rainy day out of 12 but the cottage was a great bolt hole for reading and relaxing. The garden is very peaceful and a suntrap too. A great family holiday.

    Hannah2018-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • Just back from a great week at Seaview. Lovely property in an ideal location for exploring Pembrokeshire. Our first Airbnb experience and we couldn’t fault it!

    Neil2018-08-18T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely farmhouse and the owners make you feel very welcome

    Lynda2018-08-04T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely house in a great location. The house was spotlessly clean and beautifully decorated. The beds were comfortable and during the night the road was quiet. The garden is beautiful. Debs and Zeman are kind and friendly. The communication was good and check-in and check-out easy. I highly recommend Seaview. It is close to some amazing walks and beautiful beaches.

    Susanna2018-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Croesgoch, Wales, United Kingdom

    Croesgoch village is halfway between Fishguard (ferry to Rosslare, Ireland) and the small, cathedral city of St David's. From Seaview you're withinin easy reach of lovely pubs, walks and glorious sandy beaches with great swimming. The house is light and comfortably decorated. Caro offers a continental breakfast. The room has a beautifully comfortable kingsize bed with a small ensuite shower/bathroom. There is a quiet secluded garden. Croesgoch has a pub, The Artramont Arms, 100m from the house.
    North Pembrokeshire has a rugged wild beauty. The light is extraordinary and the area, like Cornwall, has attracted many artists of all types. I'm a ceramic artist and potter with my studio at the house. Guests might like to learn to throw a pot! Although a mile back from the sea and coast path, everything is within easy reach. There is a bus stop 75m from the house.
    Most people are familiar with the famous Pembrokeshire national park with its wonderful coast path. St David's is Britains smallest city with its beautiful cathedral. A favourite 'watering hole' The Sloop Inn, is to be found in Porthgain, the little harbour village just over a mile from Croesgoch. Nature lovers, walkers, cyclists and bird watchers will love this bit of Wales.
  • If there is anyhing you need, caroline can sort it.... :-)

    Vince2019-10-06T00:00:00Z
  • Caroline was a fantastic host. The room was wonderful, comfortable, and had a private toilet and shower. Breakfast was lovely. I only wish we could have stayed longer!

    Ashleigh2019-09-09T00:00:00Z
  • Caroline was a perfect host: generous with her time, a very interesting person to chat to and she provided a delicious breakfast! The room was peaceful and very well-equipped and the location great for walking the coast path. We would highly recommend a stay there.

    David2019-09-04T00:00:00Z
  • Caroline’s home is lovely. Only a short drive from st David’s and surrounding beaches. Caroline was a fantastic host who made us feel very welcome.

    Paul2019-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely room and breakfast every day was excellent. Caroline was very hospitable and looked after us very well.

    Tim2019-08-25T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful room, bed, host, breakfast and location. Thank you!

    Christine2019-07-21T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay - in town for a wedding in St David's so on a busy timetable! Really appreciated and valued all the little touches - great breakfast and a very warm and friendly host. Airbnb how it is meant to be (: we'll be back to do Pembrokeshire properly!

    Isabel2019-07-14T00:00:00Z
  • A fantastic stay! Wonderful bed in a large, clean room. Nice shower and a fantastic breakfast. The communication was very pleasant. Caroline had reserved a restaurant for us in advance because it was a very busy weekend. We definitely recommend staying at Caroline!

    Carla2019-05-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Bungalow


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Croesgoch, Wales, United Kingdom

    Private room1 bed
    Seaview
    Price:₹5,678/night
    13 reviews
    Superhost
    Ty Llawen overlooks the sea in Pembrokeshire’s stunningly beautiful national park on the West Wales coast. This exceptional contemporary refurbishment of an old stone tractor shed is now a fully equipped, high spec, light and spacious, sumptuously comfortable home easily accommodating 9 adults. There are stair gates to help safeguard little people and dogs are very welcome. Nearby: Beautiful Blue Flag beaches; Coastal path; pubs; restaurants & St. Davids City Friday changeover.
    KITCHEN Fully equipped and capable of supporting all day entertaining for a full house with many zones including breakfast bar, dining table, sofas and options to spill outside to the front and rear. LIVING ROOM Our spacious and super comfortable living room is centred around a cosy wood burner. There is satellite TV, streaming channels such as Netflix, a BluRay DVD player and a drawer full of movies to watch on a 49″ 4k Sony Bravia. There is also a reading light in one corner if that all sounds a bit much. OUTSIDE There is a decent sized garden that spans right around the house with many places to plonk sun loungers pointing at the sky or sea. A large round wooden table perfect to get everyone together for alfresco dining is just outside the back door. OUR FIVE BEDROOMS have ultra comfortable Simba Sleep mattresses and pillows, Egyptian cotton bed linen, Melin Tregwynt blankets and cushions plus a good dose of silence! Our recipe for a fantastic deep, healing and restful nights sleep. Try it! Underfloor heating can be controlled room by room. Double USB ports are built into the plug sockets next to beds. The North Pembrokeshire coast is in a National Park. That means it is protected, beautifully preserved and looked after. At first glance, this landscape feels locked in a bygone era of stunning, untouched natural beauty. Scratch the surface and you will find a warm and generous community bustling with creativity and joie de vivre. All the way along this North Pembrokeshire coastline, nuggets of gold reveal themselves. You don’t have to look hard to be rewarded. You just need to get here and allow it to happen!
    Tŷ Llawen is one of a group of 7 properties down a lane that used to make up the old Cwmwdig Farm. Each property is totally private and in its own grounds.
  • As billed. Lovely place to stay with great access to the coast. Well equipped and maintained. Lots of good guidance. Thank you!

    Alastair2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • Me and my family come here for an early christmas get away and we have to say we loved it the house it self is amazing well decorated big and spacious for a big group and the surroundings and beautiful lovley costal walks Gary the owner was on hand for everything got back quick to any messages sent was very helpful

    Jade2019-12-06T00:00:00Z
  • This is a beautifully renovated house in a secluded location but close to many great spots. It is comfortable and generously equipped. Gary was a kind and responsive host.

    Matt2019-09-28T00:00:00Z
  • The website doesn’t do it justice. The house is simply fantastic - everything you could want in a holiday home. Hosts are right on top of everything and a pleasure to deal with Can’t say any more

    Richard2019-08-02T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely house - exactly what we needed. Thanks for a great stay!

    Kerrie2019-03-29T00:00:00Z
  • Gary’s place is a ‘top of the range’ ABnB, very spacious for large groups, spotlessly clean and ideally located for anyone walking the Pembrokeshire coastal path, or just want to chill with friends and family.

    Michael2018-10-01T00:00:00Z
  • Stylish and well equipped house in a fantastic location. Perfect for a holiday with three generations.

    Steve2018-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent location, relatively secluded, magnificent sea views with wonderful sun rises and sunsets. The property is extremely well-equipped for people that like to cook and entertain. The beds are amazingly comfortable and the garden is spacious. The whole property is well proportioned and well-suited to family/friends gatherings. Particular attention has been given to letting guests know how things work with useful but discrete information posted around the property. There is a plentiful supply of great games, DVDs and books so no need to bring your own!!! The caretaker also responded promptly when required for a minor problem. We would definitely recommend Ty Llawen and consider visiting again.

    Donna2018-04-25T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Villa


    Accommodates

    9


    Bedrooms

    5

    Saint Davids, Wales, United Kingdom

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    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/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    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.
  • Wonderful cottage in a secluded location 5 mins from the beach and costal path. Great for the dog with a lovely garden. Also a really useful utility room which was handy for dogs and cycling gear. Very clean and beautiful interior with stunning bath and log burner. Would highly recommend!

    Fiona2020-03-21T00:00:00Z
  • 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
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Trefin, Wales, 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
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Llanrhian, Wales, United Kingdom

    The Shepherds Hut is perched on the edge of a National Trust wooded valley running down to the sea. Follow a path beside a pretty brook, mill ponds, derelict mill and out into the cove. The perfect spot to soak up the beauty and nature around you. The sheltered south facing cove must be one of the most interesting to swim in and explore with a small waterfall to swim under into a shallow cave, a natural diving pool and lots of pillars of dark rock to swim between, riding on the wave surges.
    I have long dreamed of creating a hut in this location to take advantage of its hidden character. yet still feeling raised up above the valley with lovely views. A bit like being in an observation tower but not exposed because of the trees. It feels a bit like an eagles eerie to me. The Hut is well insulated and heated with log burner and a heated towel rail. Cooking can done on the wood burner or a single induction hob. There is also an oven/grill combi microwave. There is a good sized fridge with a freezer box. The corner sofa opens into a good sized double bed (my daughter boyfriend is 6'4'' and he was delighted that he fitted comfortably) The compact shower room has an ecotoilet ( seperates the solids from liquids), shower and washbasin with ample hot water. Outside you can relax in 2 hammock chairs or sit on the bench and just enjoy watching the butterflies and birds around you in the trees from your birds eye view. Other properties available are the Farmhouse sleeping 6: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/12358861 and The Tree House sleeping 4 https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/2847200
    We are in a rural position, the nearest shop is in Solva 4mins away by car of 20mins walking across the fields. 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.
  • Bloody lovely. Shepherds hut + wood burner + near the coast = happy punters

    Mark2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful Shepard’s Hut in the perfect location!

    Poppy2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • The shepherds hut is in an excellent location between Solva and st davids and very close to the coastal path. We stayed during storm Dennis (where winds were up to 65mph!) and the shepherds hut was so cosy and offered everything we needed to escape from and warm up after exploring in the extreme weather! We had dinner at the Druidstone on saturday night. Thank you for the recommendation Elizabeth....it was lovely! We also really enjoyed afternoon tea at the old pharmacy tea rooms in Solva.

    Joanna2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Cosy space for one or two, right next to a small brook running down to a spectacular cove that you pretty much have all to yourself. Lovely hut, decorated very prettily, and it's REALLY toasty when you get the fire going.

    Kate2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • A fab, cosy hut in an amazing location. The log burner heats the cabin perfectly within minutes and there are some of the best walks from the front door.

    Tim2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • It was lovely staying in such a cozy hut so close to the coastal path. Excellent location for costal walks and a lovely place to spend blustery evenings.

    Eleanor2020-01-29T00:00:00Z
  • The shepherd's hut was as described, very cosy and we really enjoyed the local recommendations and information which Elizabeth provided. Would recommend!

    Lydia2020-01-08T00:00:00Z
  • A very sweet shepherds hut, prettily furnished and thoughtfully kitted out, in a stunning location

    Becky2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Shepherd's hut (UK, France)


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    St.Davids, 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! Quite simply, we just love what we do and it is our love for Pembrokeshire which is felt in every bit of your holiday experience with us - from the Welsh stone of the walls themselves, to the local artists who have filled this wonderful space, to the thoughtful locally sourced welcome goodies and the spades of local knowledge and holiday tips you’ll find in your cottage and from the owners! We live and breathe this beautiful county and are here to ensure you have the most amazing holiday, leaving with the biggest smiles on your faces and memories that will last a lifetime! 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. - Locally made soap and shampoo bars by the lovey Paul from Six Foot and Clean in Roch are provided! - 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 have also started our own short rotational willow coppice woodland with a plan to plant 1000 trees over the next 5 years. - 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 plant in our 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.
  • If you are looking for a place to stay in Pembrokeshire, look no further. The best Airbnb experience we have ever had, hands down. The cottage was beautiful, spotless and in a perfect location. We cannot wait to stay again, thank you very much for such fantastic hospitality.

    Elliot2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • 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
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    Newgale, Wales, United Kingdom

    Why should you stay here? A perfect North Pembrokeshire cosy retreat in which to relax, unwind and re-energise whatever the season. Set in a development of 3 traditional stone barns, this small cosy retreat is comfortable with gorgeous views from the shared gardens to enjoy.
    1 Bedroom sleeping a maximum of 2. Kingsize bed on 1st floor with ensuite (shower, toilet and washbasin). please note there is not a stairgate for young children. Open Plan Lounge/Kitchen/ Diner Kitchen areaFully fitted kitchen with electric oven and hob, Fridge/freezer, Dishwasher and microwave. Dining Table and 4 chairs. Lounge area Leather sofa and occasional chair, Flat screen TV, DVD/CD, Grounds private patio area with table and chairs to rear of property (unenclosed). Use of shared grounds covering 1.5 acres. Access to fields with 15 acres.
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    Llanrhian, United Kingdom

    Beacon Cottage, quiet, comfortable coastal cottage with country and sea views, near Porthgain. In summer watch the sunset over the Abereiddi valley or stroll down for supper to the Shed Bistro or the Sloop Inn in Porthgain. * Coastal cottage with country & sea views * Porthgain & The Sloop Inn * Pet-friendly * Comfortable sun lounge
    -2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double with Kingsize bed on ground floor and 'jack and jill' door to wet room. 1 Twin reached by narrow staircase to 1st floor. -Wet room with shower, toilet and washbasin on ground floor. -Kitchen well-appointed and open plan with larder fridge, freezer, induction hob and electric oven, dishwasher, microwave,washing machine, open to: -Sitting/Dining room with 1 x 2 seater sofa and 2 x armchairs, BT digital TV/DVD/video/radio and table and chairs to seat 6 leading to: -Conservatory with 4 x Lloyd Loom armchairs, coffee table, and panoramic countryside and distant sea views -Lock-up shed for bikes or surfboards.
    It is a pleasant walk or a short drive to Porthgain from which the Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs both east and west. The dramatic coastal scenery, flower and wildlife are what make Pembrokeshire one of the world's best holiday destinations (National Geographic voted Pembrokeshire the 2nd best coastal destination in the world). Splendid at all times of year, the explosion of colour with the spring flowers is something to behold!
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    Llanrhian, 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
  • A beautiful cosy cottage in a stunning location. Perfect in every way. Can't wait to go back.

    Sarah2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • 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
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    St Davids, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    EASTER AVAILABILITY 🐣🐥🌸🌼 Welcome to Erinfa Self Catering accommodation in Pembrokeshire. PLEASE ASK FOR A QUOTE FOR MAIN SEASON DATES AS WE DO NOT CHARGE FOR EXTRA GUESTS OVER 6 PEOPLE DURING THESE TIMES. THERE IS A FLAT RATE BASED ON A WEEKS OCCUPANCY. Erinfa is a large, luxurious five star home offering superior accommodation for up to 12 people and is situated near the historic city of St Davids, on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. See our website Erinfa
    Sleeps 2-12 people in five bedrooms The house is very spacious and offers home from home luxury and more. It is set in large enclosed grounds with plenty of space for children to play and parking for up to six cars. There is also a playroom for the children, a great bonus for those unexpected rainy days! PLEASE CONTACT US FIRST FOR A PRICE AS IT VARIES DEPENDING ON HOW MANY PEOPLE WISH TO STAY. ALSO PLEASE ASK FOR A QUOTE FOR MAIN SEASON DATES AS WE DO NOT CHARGE FOR EXTRA GUESTS OVER 6 PEOPLE DURING THESE TIMES. THERE IS A FLAT RATE BASED ON A WEEKS OCCUPANCY. Two bedrooms are on the first floor and are ensuite. One has a kingsize and single bed the other has twin beds. On the ground floor there are three bedrooms, two double and one twin with an optional extra single in one of the doubles. There is an additional family bathroom with bath and shower and separate shower room with toilet. There is a large kitchen with dining table for 6 and utility room, separate dining room and large living room and playroom
    Set on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with sea and country views. Large private enclosed grounds offering plenty of space to play or relax. Please contact us first for a price and it varies depending on the size of the group. We sleep between 2-12 people
  • Fantastic house, sparkling clean and a perfect setting for a weekend away. Couldn’t have asked for more!

    Sarah2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • Outstanding house and gardens Everything you need

    Stephanie2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • This is a wonderful find if you have a larger group looking for a getaway on the spectacular West Wales coastline. The house is lovingling cared for with all the amenities you could ask for and plenty of flexibility in how guests can be accommodated. Andrea is a great hostess with a warm welcome and we thoroughly enjoyed our few days here.

    Richard2019-09-06T00:00:00Z
  • Great location for exploring welsh coast!

    Kieron2019-06-30T00:00:00Z
  • This was a stunning and spacious house. We went for a family weekend. There was plenty of room for the 6 adults and 3 teenagers. The towels were soft and luxurious. The beds were comfy and the rooms were tastefully decorated. We enjoyed the table football. The garden was lovely and would be a real treat in the summer. The kitchen was well stocked and plenty of fridge space for self catering. Andrea was very helpful and quick to communicate. We'd love to visit here again.

    Kirstie2019-05-19T00:00:00Z
  • A fantastic place which the photos dont do justice. Andrea was a very welcoming host and would highly recommend.

    Joshua2019-05-12T00:00:00Z
  • What a tremendous place! Close to amenities though you will need anything as it is all available in the house. Gorgeous property kept in tip top condition. A memorable weekend made all the more special by this house! Will definately be back highly recommended

    Helen2019-05-06T00:00:00Z
  • lovely comfortable house with lots of extras including wood burning stove ready to light. Everything we needed and more

    Wendy2019-02-05T00:00:00Z
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    St David's, Haverfordwest , Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    * Abereiddy Beach is just a 10-minute walk * Ty Canol, one of two converted stone cottages here at Porthiddy Farm West, is set within a delightful part of Pembrokeshire countryside, just minutes from the superb coastline of this very special part of Wales. Awarded 5* from Visit Wales, this charming and well-presented cottage is set in a wonderful rural location. Walkers will delight at the nearby Coastal Path. This location provides an escape to a peaceful and attractive spot.
    Features: * Peaceful Location * Near the beach, 10-minute walk away * 2 Bedrooms - 1 Double (with extra single bed) & 1 Twin * 2 Bathrooms * Parking for 1 Car * Easy access to the Coastal Path * Up to 2 Dogs welcome (£25 each per week, payable locally) Walkers will delight at the nearby Coastal Path and there is ample opportunity to explore St.Davids (a 15 minute drive away) with its stunning Cathedral, excellent restaurants and boutique shops. Beautiful, local beaches offer the chance for idle-days or watersports for the more active. Upon your arrival at the cottages, one of the first things the Welcoming Owners (who live in the nearby Farmhouse) recommend to do is make your way down to the beach on foot, across Porthiddy Farm’s fields, through the rough common in the valley and stop and take in the views of the bay. This short walk will take you past old cottages built for Fishermen and Workers at the old Slate Quarry (now the “Blue Lagoon”) and is instantly uplifting, particularly if you’ve had far to come. It is a fantastic spot to catch a spectacular sunset as you look out west from the beach. Accommodation Set across two floors, Ty Canol is full of cottage charm. The large Kitchen provides a warm welcome and is well equipped with butler-sink, wooden table, chairs & cupboards, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. The back door opens out onto a small Patio Area (unenclosed) with outdoor seating. Also on the ground floor is a comfortable Sitting Room with TV, DVD player, and a downstairs bathroom with a full suite and shower over the bath. Upstairs there are 2 attractive Bedrooms – a Family bedroom with a double and a single, and a Twin bedroom with two single beds. There is also a shower room upstairs with shower, WC & wash hand basin. Outside The back door overlooks the farmyard garden and there is a private patio terrace area (unenclosed) with outdoor table and chairs for you to enjoy breakfast alfresco. Walk through the gate into the Farmyard Garden and you will find a shared enclosed grassed area with stunning views towards Strumble Head – an ideal spot to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the area. There is a small-shared storage shed for storing your bikes, surf-boards, etc. Parking Alongside the cottage for one car - shared with neighbouring property (Bwthyn Hir) Wi-Fi Ty Canol is fully Wi-Fi ready, so if you need to keep in touch with the outside world you can. Dogs Pet Charge - Ty Canol is dog-friendly and welcomes up to 2 well-behaved dogs are £25 each per week. The dog fee is to be paid locally. Please state at the time of booking if you are bringing dogs - thank you. Additional Included: Bed-linen, bathroom-towels, cot, highchair, electricity and central heating fired by a fully automatic wood-fuelled boiler.
    Exploring Bring your walking boots, your wellies and your flip-flops to make the most of this superb location. Close to the Coast Path for sand and sea at Abereiddy Beach, a short walk to the stunning Blue Lagoon (home 3 times to Red Bull Cliff Diving). Nearby Porthgain, a small coastal village is lovely to explore with a pub and Fish & Chip bistro – walk the Coast Path either side of the village for breath taking coastal scenery. St.Davids, Britain’s smallest city, is just a 15-20 minute drive away. The Blue Flag Beach at Whitesands, great for surfing, is also a short jaunt down the coast – 5 miles away. Local Facilities: Beach approximately 500 metres. Pub & Restaurant at Porthgain 2 miles (7 minutes) drive. Shop & Garage 3 miles (7 minutes drive). St.Davids with all facilities 6.5 miles/around 15 minute drive.
  • A lovely space with all the necessary amenities for children and grown-ups. Close to a beautiful beach and walks.

    Ananay2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful place in a beautiful spot. I knew the area before staying but was still pleasantly surprised by how spacious and homely the house was and how perfectly located. Just 1 field (a few minutes’) walk down to the incomparable Abereiddy. Fantastic. Thank-you.

    Bertie2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cottage in prime location. Would recommend highly!

    Sabine2019-09-28T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent, will definitely stay again

    Jason2019-05-07T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay here, lovely & relaxing, short walk down to abereiddy beach. Highly recommend!

    Cath2019-01-05T00:00:00Z
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    Berea, 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
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    Mathry, Wales, United Kingdom

    Ty Cranc (The "Crab House") is a traditional stone, mid-terrace cottage, beautifully and sympathetically renovated with sea views, set on a quiet no-through lane in the heart of Upper Solva, just a stone’s throw from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and village pub. Ty Cranc is comfortably and stylishly furnished with a contemporary twist complimenting the traditional features. A lovely cosy holiday home for couples and families alike, whatever the time of year.
    The ground floor open-plan living and kitchen space features a large L-shaped sofa, dining area and wood-burning stove to ensure a cosy feeling even on the chilliest of evenings. Stairs lead up to a delightful double bedroom, with sea views, on the first floor. Children will love the cleverly designed, space saving bunk-bed pod. Alternatively, there are fixed-foot-step "paddle" stairs leading to another double bedroom nestling in the eaves. On a summer's day, enjoy sitting on the bench in front of the cottage or spend time in the separate island garden set down the lane with a lawn where children can play and you can linger over an alfresco meal soaking up the sea view. The property also has a private tiny yard "outdoor room" with rain shower and wet-suit hanging zone.
    Conveniently located in Upper Solva, there is a popular village pub only a few yards away and a well-stocked shop. Down the hill in Lower Solva there are a further range of shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants to try, jostling around the picturesque harbour. The sheltered sandy-bottomed harbour is ideal for sailing enthusiasts and kayakers. Join the Pembrokeshire Coast path running not far from the doorstep to really appreciate this rugged and spectacular coastline with breathtaking views out over St Brides Bay and the islands of Ramsey, Skokholm and Grassholm. A short drive to the west lies the tiny city of St Davids with its range of shops, pubs and restaurants. The Cathedral and Bishops Palace are well worth a visit or take a boat trip from St Justinians around the island of Ramsey, famous for its seal pups in September. Families and surfing enthusiasts will also love the long sandy beach at Newgale to the East with its beach side pubs and cafes.
  • Had a great stay in this well finished, well equipt cottage by the sea. The rooms were very comfortable and clean and the kitchen well stocked with all the facilities we needed. Stayed in winter and found it super cosy and plenty warm. Would come back again! Maybe in warmer weather. Thanks!

    Matthew2020-03-18T00:00:00Z
  • Just back from a long weekend at Calvin's place. It is such a lovely cottage in the most wonderful village. The cottage is cozy and clean. It has everything you need for a break. Calvin was quick to communicate with us. Solva is a wonderful fishing village. A walk along the estuary when tide is low is a must. Stop at Mamgu for Welsh cakes of The Old Pharmacy for afternoon tea. The Harbour Inn is perfect for an afternoon drink or two especially in the spring sun. I would recommend Calvin's place to anyone and we hope to be back too. Thank you.

    Fraser2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Cute house! They have made the most of the space with the bunks (our kids loved them) and the second floor loft. The location is great - about to get to the Pembrokeshire trail straight from the house. Hot water for showers and a nice fire at night was perfect. The kitchen is well stocked with plates, cups and cooking pans but bring your own spices if you want to cook (or plan to buy them). Small market nearby. I’d recommend this place for sure!

    Vandy2020-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • Great property, amazing location. Perfect base to explore the surrounding coastline.

    Liam2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • We booked Calvin’s property for two night, it was clean and well stocked with all the amenities required. We would definitely stay again.

    Sam2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Can't recommend Calvins place enough. Lovely touches, beautiful house and area. Loved staying in Solva.

    Sharon2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cottage, lovely space and so clean. Perfect position and great for all the gorgeous walks around Solva and St Davids... we will defiantly be returning!

    Lucy2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • We had the most wonderful, cosy, comfortable stay in this cottage. We happened to pick a very wet weekend but the cottage was the perfect place to escape the rain - the hot water bottles were the perfect finishing touch! We would absolutely love to come back and would recommend this place to anyone :)

    Maia2020-02-15T00:00:00Z
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    Solva, Wales, United Kingdom

    There are some extra charges that you will need to select if they apply to you: - * Cancellation fee - Cancellation fee Why should you stay here? * Surrounded by rich green pastures and quiet country lanes * Just a short drive to the coast * Short Breaks welcome all year apart from Peak & Summer weeks * A rural idyll is perfect for couples * Log burning stove to relax by * Beautiful canopied four post bed Amenities: Bed Linen & Towels, Washing Machine, Kitchen, heating, FREE internet access, Wood burning fireplace, Towels, Garden (Private); Bathroom: Bathrobes, shower, toilet; Bedroom: king size bed; Kitchen: oven, microwave, fridge / freezer, Dishwasher, Cookware & Kitchen Utensils, Crockery & Cutlery; Living room: sofa, TV, Lounge, table and chairs, stove, armchair;
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    Treffynnon, United Kingdom

    This beautiful airy, light & spacious converted barn is truly a peaceful sanctuary in a quiet rural location with no traffic nearby whatsoever. It has it's own gorgeous private garden and sunny terrace for relaxing and enjoying BBQs and is set in 3 acres of communal gardens including two wildlife lakes complete with otters, ducks, frogs and butterflies! Only 10 minutes from the nearest beaches and decent pubs. Just 15 minutes from St David's and Fishguard with loads of good places to eat out.
    You can explore the expansive beautiful wild communal gardens with wildlife lakes where you might catch sight of our resident otters and the nesting ducks. We're surrounded by deep nature with plenty of options for country walks. The house and grounds are extremely quiet with no traffic or noise. We have our own pretty private garden - full of flowers, herbs, birds, butterflies and bees, with a sun trap terrace where you can sit and chill with your morning coffee and in the evening light the BBQ/firepit provided and dine under the stars. Spacious living room downstairs along with a large fully equipped kitchen/diner. Separate toilet and cloakroom. Enjoy the warmth and romance of the log burner in the sitting room. You'll need to bring your own logs and kindling etc. The kitchen has a large table and chairs with slate flooring and granite worktops, electric double oven and dishwasher. Great views through double doors into the beautifully maintained central communal courtyard gardens. The comfortable and beautifully furnished living room has two sofas to relax on along with floor cushions and rug. TV, DVD player and stereo/ipod dock provided. There are double doors opening out onto the private south facing terrace and garden. Upstairs are a two very large bedrooms and a bathroom. Spacious master bedroom with a super comfy king size bed, skylight and windows with views over the garden. The second bedroom has two single beds as well as a trundle bed if an extra bed is needed. Large bright skylit bathroom with loo, bath, basin and separate power shower. WiFi extends throughout the house...even to the loo!
    Located just 10 minutes from a huge number of stunning beaches and the Pembrokeshire Coastal path, and equidistant 8 miles to St David's & Fishguard. Close to good pubs, cafes and restaurants. No traffic noise or pollution. Lots of beautiful walks nearby, as well as surfing, beaches, coasteering and boat trips. The nearest station is Fishguard & Goodwick, but you would need a car to stay here.
  • If you want a peaceful retreat away from everything this is for you. A lovely barn conversion with all the features you would expect to find, rustic old beams and a lovely log burner to warm you after a day out on the coastal path. The surrounding area and lakes are also stunning if you don’t want to drive anywhere! The internal decor is lovely, so comfortable with the addition of the big cushions as well as the big sofas in the lounge and a huge kitchen so you won’t be short of space when cooking your breakfast.

    Richard2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • We had a really good 5-day weekend here. The directions and instructions of how to get there were very clear. Entry to the property was easy. We were impressed with how spacious all the areas are. You enter the kitchen first and this feels really roomy, with all the facilities you need to self-cater comfortably. We found the living room comfy too. As it was winter and stormy, we stayed inside - though outside was really nice, with lots of bird life around. We made full use of the two big sofas and floor cushions, and when we got the hang of using the log burner, that was a delight (top tip - after a few minutes, close the door and the valve. this makes all the difference!). Upstairs was very comfy too. Lots of space. The shower is really powerful - we loved it! All towels and bedding were present and clean. In fact, the whole place was very clean. Also, we really advise to go outside on clear nights to look at the stars. No light pollution. Amazing! Communication with the host was fast and clear.. We would definitely recommend the Corn Barn.

    Daniel2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • What an absolute gem! From the very beginning Shayne was helpful and responsive. The house itself is beautiful. You feel at home from the get go and all the homely touches made a difference. The dogs loved their stay and the private lakes were such a wonderful bonus. St Davids is only 15mins away and the fantastic Shed (seafood restaurant) and The Sloop in Porthgain are only 10 mins away. Theres a handy garage 5mins away selling food, alcohol and wood for the fire for a cosy and romantic night in. A very special place

    Rhian2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely house in peaceful setting

    Katharine2019-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • If you want to relax or explore Pembrokeshire then this is an ideal spot to be, lovely cottage and great hosts

    Carl2019-12-22T00:00:00Z
  • This is a beautiful place for a relaxing retreat.

    Christof2019-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage in a good location for accessing the joys of Pembrokeshire.

    Dave2019-10-30T00:00:00Z
  • Well worth it - a relaxing place - not just a holiday home but a home from home for us.

    Robin2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
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    Pembrokeshire, 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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    Accommodates

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    Bedrooms

    3

    Trefin, near St. David’s, United Kingdom

    The Pink House is a cosy old Welsh farmhouse overlooking a NT wooded coastal valley. Enjoy snuggling beside a wood burning stove or sit outside on the sunny sheltered patio where steps lead down to a pretty stream and path through a wood to a sheltered cove. Enjoy the spectacular views of the Pembrokeshire National Park or if you’re energetic bring wetsuits and go swimming in a stunning natural diving pool in the cove. Bookings between 18th July - 29th August, 7 day min stay, Sat changeover.
    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 The Pink House is perched on the edge of a National Trust valley which holds the highest conservation status. Also, check out our famous tree swing, just below the property. The Nine Wells valley is the site of historical Holy Wells on an ancient pilgrimage route to St Davids Cathedral. 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. Inside the Pink House the open-plan living area includes a kitchen with dining table and a spacious sitting room with enough sofas and comfortable chairs to watch TV, sit by the fire or play family games. The room is tastefully decorated with paintings by local artists. The kitchen has a large retro American-style fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave and rangemaster electric cooker. In the porch there is an ‘out of the way’ drying space on a traditional "lazy maid" above the central heating boiler. Upstairs there are 2 double bedrooms with comfortable mattresses and plenty of storage space with views over the tree tops and the valley. The third bedroom has bespoke adult sized bunk beds made by a local craftsman. The bathroom has bath/shower with good pressure and unlimited hotwater. The large south facing sheltered terrace has table and chairs for eating al-fresco and enjoying the Pembrokeshire sunshine. The terrace shares access to the coastal path with the Tree House - see other Airbnb listing https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/2847200 - if you wish to rent both properties. There is also a Shepherds Hut accessed from the car park available on airbnb. https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/26691017 Parking close to the house.
    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 patch and get a regular bus back to the Pink House.
  • Lovely warm, clean and and cosy cottage, well equipped, and adjacent to some very lovely walks over to some of the best coastal views you will see anywhere. We followed up on some of Elizabeth's food/drink recommendations ( especially a pint in The Sloop pub, followed by fish and chips across the road in The Shed at Portgain and Sunday lunch at the quirky and totally wonderful Druidstone Hotel!). Should also comment positively on the super friendliness of the locals and the numerous conversations we had throughout our stay. We will return to explore further!

    Lynda2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic location and easy access to the coastal path. Elizabeth is a wonderful host and very attentive if needed.

    Beverly2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • We had a short 2 night stay here and it was delightful. The location is amazing for access to the coast path and St.Davids. The beds were cozy, the house warm and the bird song in the morning enchanting. We will definitely be back some day, hopefully not during a 50mph storm next time. If you visit you really should pop into Mamgu's in Solva for some Welsh cakes, amazing!

    Marc2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • This is a really lovely cottage, clean and cosy, and very spacious - in the most beautiful location, at the top of a river valley, just 5-10 minutes walk from the sea. I would certainly stay here again.

    Angela2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • We return time and time again. Elizabeth is a wonderful host, Pink House is cosy, has everything you could need and is in the most beautiful valley. Even in wet February the whole area is very special and so handy for the coastal path, St Davids and the lovely harbour of Solva. A guide book crammed with local info, a very homely living room with roaring log burner, and a deep bath to relax in after a day exploring. Bliss...

    Janet2020-02-25T00:00:00Z
  • Fun holiday. Great place. Fabulous walks. Beautiful beaches. Good food. To top it off dog friendly!

    Natalie2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • We came to the cottage on a stormy weekend just before Christmas. The house kept us cosy while the wind raged outside and the thunder rumbled. The whole family loved the clifftop walks between the rain. Elizabeth was a wonderful host who communicated with us really quickly and was very accommodating of our needs. A lovely winter break.

    Pippa2019-12-16T00:00:00Z
  • An absolutely perfect base to explore the local area. Super cosy, warm and comfy. Everything we needed was at hand, including a well kitted our kitchen. The immediate location is great for walking/exploring with the Costal path, beautiful coves and wild horses only a few minutes walk from the front door. Elizabeth was the perfect host but totally left us to ourselves. Can not recommend highly enough. Thanks!

    Ben2019-12-02T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Solva, 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
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    Accommodates

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    Bedrooms

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    Sir Benfro, Cymru, 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 spacious two bedroom detached Welsh stone barn conversion, The Coach House, boasting both modern coastal style and charm, combining oodles of 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 spacious retreat bursting with Welsh charm, complete with flagstone slate flooring, beams, beautiful stone walls and wood burner, offers fabulous accommodation for up to 4 people* in 2 large bedrooms, a twin room and king-sized master with stunning views out across the rolling countryside and down towards St Brides bay (*additional children happily accommodated for a small extra fee). Above all, it is our love for Pembrokeshire which is felt in every bit of your holiday experience with us – from the Welsh stone of the walls themselves, to the local artists who have filled this wonderful space, to the thoughtful locally sourced welcome goodies and the spades of local knowledge and holiday tips you’ll find in your cottage and from the owners! Quite simply, we just love what we do – we live and breathe this beautiful county and are here to ensure you have the most amazing holiday, leaving with the biggest smiles on your faces and memories that will last a lifetime! DOWNSTAIRS Charming open-plan kitchen and diner A newly fitted shaker kitchen complete with ceramic sink and a blissful view out onto open fields, dishwasher, coffee machine and an open-plan spacious dining area with plenty of room for long dinner chats offers the perfect place for cooking, eating and relaxing. There are characterful stone walls and beams throughout - even boasting the original stabling which divides the kitchen and dining space up beautifully. The beautiful Coach House lounge The lounge 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, a charming wood burner and fireplace. The perfect spot for unwinding after a day’s adventures. There is a TV, DVDs, local books and board games provided - offering plenty of entertainment whatever the weather! UPSTAIRS Landing & bathroom Upstairs leads to the old hayloft, now a spacious landing with contemporary white bathroom, complete with the fluffiest of towels, new bath with over shower, and heated towel rail. Bedrooms Stunning king-sized master (romance with a view!) & prettiest twin The two large beautifully furnished bedrooms, the romantic master and prettiest twin, have plenty of space to hang clothes and are wonderfully light and airy with the comfiest of beds. The master is decorated in the most beautifully romantic tones offering the perfect place to relax and unwind together. The finer touches - from the delicately plush cushions to the comfy chair offering the perfect spot to read the morning paper, the beautifully crafted window shutters and full length mirror - really make this room a very special space our guests just don't want to leave!   Both bedrooms still have the old hayloft doors that lead outside to stone staircases at either end of the barn - a wonderfully quirky addition - why not sit in bed with the door wide open and enjoy the most beautiful outlook down the valley to St Brides Bay from the master bedroom; just idyllic. Outside space Outside the Coach House has it’s own garden area complete with patio and seating for a perfect evening of alfresco dining. Sit back, relax and listen to the sound of the waves rolling up the valley. It’s also the perfect spot to spark your little one’s interest in a bit of star gazing - we get so little light pollution here that you can see the milky way most nights - and if you’re very lucky you might also catch a glimpse of our resident tawny owls! THE COACH HOUSE ESSENTIALS: * Spacious detached characterful Welsh stone barn conversion 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 out eco-host policy below!) * Brand new fitted shaker kitchen complete with ceramic sink, dishwasher and coffee machine * 2 spacious bedrooms sleeping 4 people – a king sized master with stunning views down the valley towards St Brides Bay and a gorgeous twin room. Additional children happily accommodated on an extra bed for a small extra fee. We do not charge anything extra for infants in cots (0-2 years). * Bathroom with newly fitted bath with shower and heated towel rail * Own patio and garden with seating area (small BBQ also provided), perfect for alfresco dining * Lots of well thought out extras - rainy day games and DVDs, toddler / baby books / toys, 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 * Family friendly – with both travel cot and highchair available * Dog friendly – we also welcome your furry friends! Dogs are limited to 2 per booking and are charged at an extra £5 per night with a cap of £20 per stay, payable on arrival * Local pub – The Victoria Inn (complete with microbrewery and dart board!) is only 1 mile away and serves food daily. There is also a children’s playground and tennis court opposite the pub * 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 for 2 cars * We also have our beautiful one bedroom cottage on site - The Dairy - also available to book on Airbnb. Just perfect for grandparents or visiting friends! Please just message for more information. * 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. - Locally made soap and shampoo bars by the lovey Paul from Six Foot and Clean in Roch are provided! - 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 have also started our own short rotational willow coppice woodland with a plan to plant 1000 trees over the next 5 years. - 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 plant in our 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 Coach House 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 Coach House 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 child friendly 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 ancient 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 Coach House 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.
  • Absolutely wonderful place. Couldn't fault it in anyway. Convineately close to the beach and brewery! And just a beautiful place with thoughtful touches and local produce! Will be back again soon xxx

    Nia2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • Expect to be thrilled with your sparkling clean accommodation and to be wowed with the surrounding countryside! We couldn't fault it; from the thoughtful provision of luxury extras and reminders that we were in West Wales (I simply love Welsh cakes, and they are made locally!), to the sparkling clean interior and abundant, seemingly new kitchenware. A night in is a pleasure...light the log burner and watch the good selection of DVDs or play scrabble! Lots of recommendations from Anna's folder and books about what to do, where to eat, etc. You can not go wrong choosing to stay here!

    Angela2020-03-15T00:00:00Z
  • What an awesome place! Beautifully done up with everything you could need, a fully equipped kitchen, a big fireplace and lots of radiators for drying off after some soggy walks. We followed Anna's tips and explored the coastal path and Druidstone hotel, saw a beautiful sunset over gorgeous Newgale beach. Whitesands bay and the Blue Lagoon were also great beaches to visit. Anna very sweetly left us a welcome treat of Welsh cakes, yummy eggs from her hens, fresh milk and homemade Sloe gin. Thank you so much for making us feel so welcome, Alex, Georgie & Kali the dog.

    Gina2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • This is an outstanding place to stay. It is beautiful, comfy, spotless & the owners go the extra effort to make your stay enjoyable. Anna was very prompt with responses & so helpful. A real gem.

    Christina2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful stay at The Coach House. It's located next to the owner's farmhouse and Anna and her family couldn't have been more welcoming. The place was full of thoughtful touches such as some welcome treats, lovely locally made soaps and lots of local information. We stayed during a storm and the house was very warm and cosy, the perfect place to hide away from the weather! Anna's local guides are brilliant, we know the area quite well but it was great to find out about some more hidden gems. This is one of the best Airbnb properties we've stayed in and I highly recommend it!

    Mark2020-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • Such a lovely spot! House has everything you could need. 👌🏼 we will definitely be coming back!

    Amy2020-02-06T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful cozy stay! 3rd time we have stayed at Pantier and this time took our dog and family. So peaceful and a great base to go exploring. Thanks again

    Stuart2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely clean barn conversion in a beautiful place with great views from bedroom 1. High quality finishes couldn't fault a thing. 😊

    Julie2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

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    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Roch, Wales, United Kingdom

    Toby cottage is situated on the footpath to the beautiful Traethlyfn beach. We are l field away from the Pembrokeshire coastal path. Just a 12 minute walk takes you to Porthgain village with The Sloop Inn pub and The Shed fish and chip Bistro. The Blue Lagoon Abereiddy is a 15 minute walk away. The city of St Davids is a 10 minute drive. The cottage is all on 1 level. Its has a well equipped kitchen/diner 3 seater settee wall mounted fire TV/DVD, super king bed or twin and a shower room.
    Toby cottage is all on one level with a step down to a patio area to the rear. Open plan kitchen lounge and dining area. Kitchen has an electric oven and hob, washing machine, dishwasher, refrigerator with ice compartment, microwave ample crockery cutlery and pans. Lounge area has a 3 seater settee, television with DVD and I.Pod docking station, wall mounted electric fire with various DVDs and CDs. Dining table with 4 chairs. French doors open out onto patio area with table and chairs Door through to bedroom with super king sized bed or twin beds. Door through to Shower room with basin and toilet.
    We are set in beautiful rural Pembrokeshire away from the main road. Breath-taking scenery all year round. The walk around Ynys Barry has been voted one of the top ten walks in the UK.
  • Super location over looking Porthgain and the sea. Recommend The She’d Bistro for Fish and Chips. Great coastal walks, the Blue Lagoon a must see.

    Andy2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • Such a fantastic place! 10 min from most beautiful and dramatic scenery. 10 min from picturesque harbor, with nice pubs. Can't dream of a better place!

    Benoit2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • A short walk through the beautiful fields attached to this property lead directly to some of the most stunning walks along the Penbrokeshire coast. It was absolutely perfect for our desire to walk this magnificent geology. Nice very very clean well appointed cottage.

    Tony2019-09-25T00:00:00Z
  • If you like beautiful costal walks, clean beaches and stunning scenery and are looking for a great place to stay with flexible accommodation, Look no further, Dawn is a lovely host and ready to assist with tips and advice about the surrounding area. The accommodation is in a rural setting but there are shops nearby and a great Pub and Fish Bistro down by the harbour only a short walk by road or better the coastal path, if you like to stay in and cook then there is every thing you might need in the cottage including dishwasher.

    Tony2019-07-21T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay, Dawn was friendly, helpful and responded quickly. We stayed in the one bedroom and it had a comfy sofa, tv, fully equipped kitchen and nice clean bathroom. We had a good sleep. The location is great for walking to nearby Sloop pub and Shed bistro. The nearby coastline is beautiful. We hope to be back in future. Thanks

    Juliet2019-07-02T00:00:00Z
  • Beutiful peaceful place to stay

    Adam2019-06-09T00:00:00Z
  • Great location near the coast path

    Brian2019-05-30T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, wonderful walks - good local knowledge accommodation was clean and warm - all you could want in a cottage 'home from home' - thoroughly enjoyed our stay, Dawn was a great host - can't wait to get an opportunity to go back.

    Nicci2019-05-06T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Llanrhian, Wales, United Kingdom

    * An easy 10-minute walk to Abereiddy Beach, The Blue Lagoon & The Coastal Path * Bwthyn Hir is the perfect place for relaxation amidst the peace and tranquility of a rural setting – great for couples or families alike. One of two cottages here at Porthiddy Farm West, Bwthyn Hir is just 500 yards from Abereiddy Beach. The unspoilt Pembrokeshire Coastline awaits you! Those looking for peace and quiet will relish the rural locality at this long, spacious, single-storeyed Welsh cottage.
    Features: * Peaceful Location * Near the beach - 10-minute walk away * Parking * 2 Bedrooms - 1 Double & 1 Twin * Family Bathroom * Easy access to the Coastal Path * Up to 2 Dogs welcome (£25 each per week, payable locally) Details: Those looking for peace and quiet will relish the rural locality at this long, spacious, single-storeyed Welsh cottage. Upon your arrival at the cottages, one of the first things the Welcoming owners (who live in the nearby Farmhouse) recommend is to make your way on foot across their fields to the beach. On this short walk you will be able to stop to take in the views of the bay, pass through the rough common in the valley and see the old cottages built for Fishermen and Workers from the historic Slate Quarry (now known as the “Blue Lagoon”). The experience is instantly uplifting, particularly if you’ve had far to come. It is a fantastic spot to catch a spectacular sunset as you look out west from the beach. Accommodation Located all on one level, the Front Door leads into an attractive, comfortable open-plan Living area - full of character, with a 3-seater sofa and 2 armchairs, TV/DVD, dining table to seat 4, and feature kitchen area that is well equipped with electric hob and oven with extractor-fan, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave, fridge and freezer. The large Bathroom has a full suite with corner shower, hand basin, WC and bath. The pretty Double Bedroom has a wardrobe, chest of drawers and door leading to an outside terrace garden area. The Twin Room has 2 single beds, wardrobe and chest of drawers with pleasant views from the bedroom across the farmyard garden at Porthiddy Farmhouse. Outside The back door (accessed through the double bedroom) overlooks the farmyard garden and there is a patio terrace area (unenclosed) with outdoor table and chairs for you to enjoy breakfast alfresco. Walk through the gate into the Farmyard Garden and you will find a shared enclosed grassed area with stunning views towards Strumble Head – an ideal spot to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the area. There is a small-shared storage shed for storing your bikes, surfboards, etc. Parking Alongside the cottage for one car. Exploring Bring your walking boots, your wellies and your flip-flops to make the most of this superb location. Close to the Coast Path for sand and sea at Abereiddy Beach, a short walk to the stunning Blue Lagoon (3 times home to Red Bull Cliff Diving). Nearby Porthgain, a small coastal village is lovely to explore with a pub (The Sloop_ and Fish & Chip bistro (The Shed) – walk the Coast Path either side of the village for breath taking coastal scenery. St.Davids, Britain’s smallest city, is just a 15-20 minute drive away. The Blue Flag Beach at Whitesands, great for surfing, is also a short jaunt down the coast – 5 miles away. Wi-Fi Bwthyn Hir is fully Wi-Fi ready, so if you need to keep in touch with the outside world you can. Dogs Pet Charge - Bwthyn Hir is dog-friendly and welcomes up to 2 well-behaved dogs are £25 each per week. The dog fee is to be paid locally. Please state at time of booking if you are bringing dogs - thank you. Heating Warm and cosy - Central heating fired by a fully automatic wood-fuelled boiler. Additional Included: Bed-linen, bathroom-towels, cot, highchair, electricity and No Telephone, mobile reception mixed.  
    Exploring Bring your walking boots, your wellies and your flip-flops to make the most of this superb location. Close to the Coast Path for sand and sea at Abereiddy Beach, a short walk to the stunning Blue Lagoon (home 3x to Red Bull Cliff Diving). Nearby Porthgain, a small coastal village is lovely to explore with a pub and Fish & Chip bistro – walk the Coast Path either side of the village for breath taking coastal scenery. St.Davids, Britain’s Smallest City, is just a 15-20 minute drive away. The Blue Flag Beach at Whitesands, great for surfing, is also a short jaunt down the coast – 5 miles away. Local Facilities: Beach approximately 500 metres. Pub & Restaurant at Porthgain 2 miles (7 minutes) drive. Shop & Garage 3 miles (7 minutes drive). St.Davids with all facilities 6.5 miles/around 15 minute drive.
  • A wonderful cosy clean comfortable cottage in a fabulous location - a great find and to be highly recommended

    Nicola2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place in quiet location. Clean & tidy, good facilities & comfortable.

    Lyn2019-10-05T00:00:00Z
  • A great little cottage, 10 minute walk to the beach and the pembrokeshire costal wall trail - some great restaurants nearby too. Can’t go wrong!

    Nick2019-09-28T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderful cottage and a very peaceful location. Everything was spotlessly clean and the decor and homelessness of the cottage made it feel very welcoming. A nice touch, the place was pre-heated for our arrival and due to the auto thermostat, stayed lovely and warm our whole stay. Checkin via the key box was good, and Spike (owner) and his dog came to say hello on the 2nd day, and then apart from the we were left to ourselves. The pre- stay info was great from Rachel and then there was a very detailed welcome pack which was also useful. Highly recommended, we would stay her again. Thanks

    Ross2019-03-14T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Berea, 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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    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Rhoslanog Cottages, Wales, United Kingdom

    The Lodge is a high quality, 5 Star, non-smoking and pet free self-catering holiday cottage, sleeping 4 in two bedrooms. Situated halfway between St David's and Fishguard on the outskirts of the hamlet of Llanrhian on the St. David's Peninsula in Pembrokeshire. Conveniently situated just 1 mile from the harbour village of Porthgain and the Sloop Inn.
    The Lodge is situated half way between St. David's and Fishguard on the outskirts of the hamlet of Llanrhian. Just a mile down a quite country lane from The lodge is the harbour of Porthgain and beautiful Abereiddy is just 2 miles away. In the opposite direction Trefin just under a mile away has its own cove Aberfelyn and Abercastle is just a mile further on. The secluded beach at Traethllyfn is just 20 mins walk away, and the Blue Lagoon at Abereiddy is just 2 miles away whist Whitesands is just 6 miles away. Trefin is a village with a pub, an artist's gallery and a couple of tea rooms. There is a local garage at Square and Compass just a mile away that can provide a wide range of groceries, newspapers, logs etc. Apart from the wonderful location, The Lodge is well placed for amenities, there are three pubs, The Ship in Trefin, The Sloop at Porthgain and The Atramont at Croes-goch all within a mile from The Lodge. They all serve well kept real ale and also a good selection of bar food .
  • A stunning place with fantastic views

    Ian2019-06-22T00:00:00Z
  • Ann’s cottage was spotless, so cozy to come back after exploring amazing Pembrokeshire. We had a fire every night, loved it. We enjoyed nice meals in Porthgain too, easy to walk or a very short drive.

    Noelia2019-04-12T00:00:00Z
  • An excellent cottage, with wonderful views and places to walk and explore, ideally located for all....sometimes it was nice to sit in watching the rain creep in, whilst being warm, reading with a cup of tea. Porthgain is a must, particularly The Shed for the best cooked fish and chips. If you love the great outdoors, beaches, rockpools, and a nice pub to rest after, this place is ideal. Spectacularly clean, with everything you need, even a welcoming bottle of wine....

    Gary2019-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cottage perfect for exploring the north of Pembrokeshire.

    Mel2019-02-12T00:00:00Z
  • Ann and Howard's cottage is a real treasure. It sits near the coastal path in a beautiful part of Pembrokeshire and has views down to the sea. The little hamlet of Porthgain is a short drive or walking distance away and there are 2 lovely places to eat there - The Shed and The Sloop pub (The Shed needs to be booked as it's always busy) plus some little galleries. The cottage itself is extremely comfortable with everything you could think of being provided and it is also spotlessly clean. If you want a peaceful retreat in beautiful surroundings, then this is the place to book and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Ann and Howard's place.

    Julie2018-09-26T00:00:00Z
  • Beautifully furnished and decorated, Ann's cottage felt like a home from home. It comfortable and clean and the bottle of wine to welcome us was greatly appreciated!

    Laura2018-09-19T00:00:00Z
  • Well located with easy access to the whole area. Plenty of dining opportunities but specifically the Shed at Porthgain or the St Brides Inn at little Haven. Superb area just too meander about in.

    David2018-04-12T00:00:00Z
  • The Lodge is amazing. From the minute you enter you will feel at home and know picking this property was the right decision. Ann made us very welcome and there was a bottle of wine as a treat for us too, which was a lovely surprise. It has everything you need and is spotless. Such a great location for getting to the local beaches etc. None of us wanted to leave. Hope to be able to visit again. A real gem!!!!

    Helen2018-04-06T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Llanrhian, Wales, 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
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Flat


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Sir Benfro, Cymru, United Kingdom

    Historic stone building with large gothic style windows. The school opened in 1877 and closed in 1982. Ysgol fach is the former infants classroom attached to the main school house. Decorated with Annie Sloan chalk paint and some areas of Lime wash. Original flooring remains in the kitchen and in the lounge. We have used local providers for example; stair runner from Solva mill and bespoke stone wall with galvanised gate and railings created by Dinas Blacksmith Eifion Thomas.
    Ysgol fach is attached to The Old School House built in 1877 . It is completely self contained . This was once the Head teachers teaching rooms for the youngest children . Entrance is private via a galvanised gate, stone wall and railings which make this a secure entrance for you and your family dog.
    Carnhedryn is a small hamlet 3.5 miles from the centre of St Davids . We are situated on the main St Davids to Fishguard Road A487. At times there may be some background traffic noise. Take care when exiting the property as at times the A487 road can be busy .
  • Ysgol Fach is a beautiful place to stay. All the personal touches in the school house make it special. Everything you need is there and more. The dog welcome basket was amazing. Lyn is very welcoming. We stayed during Storm Dennis. It is the only place you would want to stay inside with a roaring fire and a bottle of wine rather than going out... until you run out of wine.

    Amy2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • The accommodation was outstanding. We were met by the host who was very courteous and helpful. The welcome pack was an added bonus. The accommodation was out of this world and the attention to detail was incredible. The property was very cosy and we definitely go back again. I would highly recommend the Little School you will not be disappointed.!!🙂

    Paul2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • We cannot recommend this place enough. The place is so clean, dog friendly and the provided equipment is more than enough for a home from home trip. The location is ideally placed to visit the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path at many points. The host left lovely unexpected touches that made us smile & feel extremely welcome. The dogs were also left lovely little surprises and have the use of a safe and secure field to have a good run. It was far, far more than we expected and we loved the place.

    Donna2019-09-05T00:00:00Z
  • We had such a lovely weekend! Lyn was very helpful from when we booked to when we left! Her suggestions helped us determine places to visit, do outdoor activities, and eat. The house was in a great location and provided access to many towns within a 15-20 minute drive. She was very responsive with questions before and during our stay. Lyn was an excellent and friendly host! Not to mention that the house was very thoughtfully decorated and super cute! She added little touches like books containing the history of the home. Wish we could have spent more time there in addition to exploring Pembrokshire!

    Kim2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Really enjoyed our stay here! The house is beautiful and incredibly well located and Lyn is a great host.

    Charlotte2019-08-22T00:00:00Z
  • This was a special stay for us as Chris had been a pupil at Ysgol Fach primary school in the 1970s. The old school has been sympathetically transformed into a comfortable home and Lyn provided lots of lovely and welcome extras. Highly recommended and we will return.

    Nia2019-08-19T00:00:00Z
  • Lyn's a great host and her place is wonderfully decorated and comfortable. It's a great place to explore the nearby Pembrokeshire coast.

    Paul2019-08-08T00:00:00Z
  • It is a charming and remarkable place, perfectly clean, decorated with love and taste. Lynn is both extremely warm and discreet - we loved it!

    Barbara2019-08-04T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Saint Davids, Wales, United Kingdom

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