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Places to stay in Dinas Cross

Places to stay in Dinas Cross
The cabin is located in stunning scenery, nestled midway between Carningli Mountain, Ty-Canol ancient oak woodland & the foothills of the Preselis & only 3 miles from the sea. With an outdoor hot tub, it's easy to kick back and relax.
Our fully insulated wooden cabin is just a couple of miles from Newport, Pembrokeshire. The cabin perches on the top of one of a series of 3 nearby mounds (the origin of which is still unclear, but you can see the other two from the garden) and over looks stunning scenery. The building is sunny, warm, light and airy, with a woodburning stove for when the weather is cooler. The water is heated by solar panels and a log boiler down in the main house. The hotub and garden has lovely views and you can sit back and enjoy incredible sunsets behind carningli mountain. Guests and friends often tell us that they have not slept and relaxed so well for a long time. Maybe it's because there are very few places left in Britain where you cannot hear the hum of a busy road or the sound of vehicles every few minutes. Here at the cosy Cabin, the small lanes are extremely quiet and you are completely surrounded by nature. All around you are hills, mountains, wooded valleys, streams and great mature oaks, ash and sycamore. Except for the neighbouring farm buildings, you could easily believe that you are tens of miles from civilisation; yet just over the side of Carningli (the rocky ancient volcano you can see from the garden) and only 3 miles away is the small bustling town of Newport. Newport is a tiny town that has an incredible variety of attractions including farmers market (on Mondays), award winning cafes, pubs and restaurants, local shops and art galleries and of course the sea with a beautiful sandy beach, cliff walks and sandunes. Before going into more detail I need to be clear on the location and type of property this is. The cabin has a compost loo which is a dry system that works without a flush, where the waste is converted into fertile soil for the apple trees. The loo does not smell bad in case you were wondering, but is not the same as a flush toilet. Access to the cabin involves some steep steps and a slightly uneven path with some leaves and loose small stones. It is not a modern set-up with a tarmac driveway with all the latest mod-cons (unless you're talking super comfortable beds, cooking, showering and hotub!) The best thing to do before booking is read through a number of reviews as well as much of the description as possible to get a feel for the place to make sure it's right for you. The cabin is open plan with a large curtain to separate the downstairs bedroom. There is a king size bed downstairs and a double mattress upstairs, and a travel cot if needed. We only make up the downstairs bed when there is one person or a couple staying, but if you'd prefer to sleep upstairs, just let us know before your stay. There is an electric shower and heated towel rail in the bathroom. The garden has chairs and there is a veranda for undercover outside dining. The outdoor electric hot tub is partly powered by the solar panels in the garden (as is the whole cabin), and it is hot and ready to use all the time. We will need access to the hot tub to check the levels, change filters etc if needed, but we always try to do this while guests are out. While we do provide a set of towels (one bath towel and one hand towel per guest), it might be an idea to bring an extra towel for the hot tub, and maybe a dressing gown. Some slip on shoes would also be useful for going between the cabin and the hot tub. As we are out in the sticks, mobile service is intermittent, but most networks can get signal somewhere, even if it means a trip to the garden or short walk into the field. There is no landline or internet in the cabin. We have been toying with the idea of getting the cabin connected, however, every single guest (even those that were expecting wifi) have told us at the end of their stay they were so happy not be distracted by their mobile phones, email etc. And that their experience was so much richer for it that we should definitely not introduce it... being cut off from social media addiction for even just a few days is incredibly relaxing and refreshing and is so rare these days. It is easy to forget how good for the mind the experience of spending quality time together, reading, playing games, talking and being able to completely relax is. So if you are worried about being off screen for a few days, don't be, as it really does make for a fantastic experience. Many of the pubs etc in newport do have free wifi if you do need to get online. If you would like to have a tv with DVD player please enquire and we should be able to provide without issue The cabin is self catering, and the kitchen is fully equipped, with a fridge, kettle, toaster and an induction cooker and Samsung oven which are super efficient and a pleasure to use. Some basics are provided, like salt, pepper, some herbs and spices and cooking oil. There will be complimentary tea and coffee (ground, for the caffetiere). There is no washing machine, but I would be happy to do a wash for you at a cost of £2 a load. We also have a dryer, which would be an extra £2, but there is also a drying line outside the cabin. Newport has a launderette too, opposite the Golden Lion pub. Bedding and bathroom towels are provided. If it's raining, there is a fantastic new local cafe in Newport called Pwnc that has an indoor climbing wall free for cafe customers and great for kids. there are also great indoor theme parks like Blue Lagoon etc. not too far away, and the hotub can be fun in the rain. There are a host of other fair weather types of activities close at hand too.
North Pembrokeshire is much quieter than the south and has a unique combination of rocky outcrops, stunning beaches and coastal path, wooded valleys and enclaves, friendly neighbours and a night sky with hardly any light pollution, resulting in a fantastic the view of the stars. The more well-known stunning beaches of Newport, Poppit and Whitesands are interspersed with little gems that are much quieter and actually often much more beautiful such as Cwm Yr Eglwys only a few miles away. The neighbourhood is a mix of traditional welsh farmers, smallholdings and people that have chosen a sustainable path and live off the land (this includes communities such as Lammas and Brithdir Mawr, as well as groups of families that share giant vegetable growing plots and a cow where each household takes a turn at milking!), stone farmhouses and cottages interspersed with hobbit style dwellings and homes made from natural materials. The Gwaun Valley that starts at our property is a sight in itself. Its vast densely wooded sides leads down to a welsh community that has culturally changed very little for centuries. They still celebrate their own new year, have a primary school still running strong with only 24 pupils in total and have a pub that is old as they come and only serve beer from jugs. There are plenty of beautiful sights and places of interest within walking distance along beautiful winding quiet backroads. The large organically farmed field next door with the large oak tree atop an ancient mound is ours and provides a stunning short walk or sports/activity ground (we have football nets to borrow), depending on the livestock! Ty canol woods (less than 1 mile away) is home to an ancient stunted oak woodland, rocky outcrops and carpeted in mosses and lichens, it is like walking into a fairytale book. The woods lead on to the larger rocky outcrops of Carnau meibion Owen which looks out to the preseli hills and also the ancient burial chamber of Pentre Ifan. The heather strewn slopes of Carningli mountain (less than 1 mile away) are well worth a climb, the views from on top are spectacular. Newport has a stunning large sandy beach with dunes and is great for swimming. The town of Newport has become famous for its array of great cafes, restaurants and shops including a wholefood shop, butchers, hardware store, fishmongers (specialising in locally caught fish), pharmacy, newsagents, craft collective, antique centre, Spar and a local produce market on a Monday morning. Our closest neighbours (300 yards ish), Simon and Kerry at Tyriet farm have opened a micro brewery (Bluestone brewing co.), and you can drop in and pick up a bottle or three of their finest ales.
  • The cabin is a great place to stay if you want to kick back and unwind. We had an amazing two nights and especially enjoyed relaxing in the hot tub.

    Tom2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Maya and Robyn are great hosts, they welcomed us warmly, showed around the cabin. It was straight forward from that moment, we didn’t need too much from them, but we knew they are there if there is any help needed. The best thing is - no WiFi, no signal, no tv - everything you need to spend couple of nights away - board games, hot tub and talking to your other half! Such a refreshing experience in this very fast world! You won’t regret booking this place!

    Balazs2020-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely, relaxing stay at Maya and Robin’s place. It’s cosy and in a beautiful spot. We received great local tips from Robin and just loved the area. Newport is a really pretty little town and has lots of nice cafes and places to walk; the views over it from Carningli hill were amazing (one of Robin’s tips). There’s some info on the listing which you should read before staying, such as there not being any WiFi which might not be appreciated by everyone, but I’m pretty sure it contributed to how well I slept the entire time I was here and how relaxed I felt. I also loved that there was a cupboard full of board games to get stuck into, and the hot tub was perfect.

    Rhiannon2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Really lovely place. Stand out features were the amazing location, gorgeous little cabin with a brilliant wood burning stove and a fantastic hottub. Also nice to have plenty of wood provided, real coffee in the kitchen and the hottub was properly hot!

    Sophie2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our stay in the hut! It was perfect for a country side get away, with a lovely town near by on the coast. Even though it was winter the hut was so toasty and warm with the wood burner. There was loads of amenities and we were able to cook. The hot tub was the icing on the cake, would really recommend and would love to go back. Lydia

    Lydia2020-02-15T00:00:00Z
  • This place really is a gem. Hidden away you really do feel in your own world. The hot tub is amazing! With beautiful views and countryside as far as you can see. The accommodation is beautiful. It’s bigger than the pictures show. All the amenities you need. Bliss to have no signal, no Wi-if, no Tv. Just books and relaxation. If you want to have a few days away from a hectic work life this is perfect. Host was very accommodating when we had to move dates and very responsive. Two beautiful cats give us a visit too!

    James2020-02-11T00:00:00Z
  • Really cosy cabin, spectacular panoramic location, walking distance to a brewery! :D

    Joshua2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • If you want superb accommodation, friendly hosts and a place to truly unwind then this is the place for you

    Carl2020-02-04T00:00:00Z
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    Cabin


    Accommodates

    4


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    2

    Cilgwyn, Wales, United Kingdom

    This is a self contained cottage which is an extension to a barn conversion. It is located on a working farm with stunning views and access to 70 acres of private woodland as well as many footpaths and a village pub 5 minute walk away. The coastal towns of Fishguard and Newport are within 5 miles of the village. The cottage itself has one bedroom with a double bed, a kitchen/dining room, a sitting room and a bathroom. It has underfloor heating throughout and a log burner in the sitting room.
    Lavender cottage is beautifully situated on a working farm. It overlooks a pond and has beautiful views across the Gwaun Valley. The farm has many footpaths to explore and 70acres of private woodland that the river Gwaun meanders through. The cottage has been renovated to a high standard with oak and natural limestone floors. The cottage has one double bedroom, a wet room style bathroom with shower and heated towel rail, a well equipped kitchen with oak dining table and a sitting room with two sofas. The the cottage contains include a log burner. Logs are available to buy on the farm for £5 a basket or can bought at local garages. There is also a TV with freeview and a DVD player. A picnic basket for country walks and a wooden table and chairs for peaceful outdoor dining are also available. The cottage is ideally situated for exploring the whole of Pembrokeshire. Our closest beaches are approximately 3 miles away. Fishguard and Newport are the closest towns which have a range of cafes, restaurants and pubs to eat in. St David's is a 20 minute drive away and both Haverfordwest and Cardigan are a 30 minute drive away. The cottage contains leaflets of some of our favourite walks and destinations in the area and we are always on hand to provide some advice on places to visit. We allow one dog to stay free of charge. If you have more than one dog we ask for an extra cleaning supplement, please send us a message for details.
    Llanychaer is a village in the Gwaun valley in Pembrokeshire. It is 3 miles from the harbour town of fishguard and 5 miles from the coastal town of Newport.
  • Lovely place with a log fire and not too far from the coast for walks. Enjoyed our stay.

    Joshua2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful place, great mix of isolation and close to nearby towns/villages. Perfect spot to explore the Pembrokeshire coast and the Preseli hills. Can recommend the butchers in Newport, the Shed at Porthgain, and the bluestone brewery!

    Greg2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • Joanna's place is idyllic, wonderfully located and beautifully laid out. Perfect for a cosy get away somewhere relaxing. The cottage had everything we needed and had beautiful views of the surrounding areas. Great price and location and we'll definately be returning in the future 😊

    Vicki2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful location, excellent property, clean & modern décor, a great place to stay.

    Jeffrey2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cottage, a warm welcome on arrival. The space was well equipped and spotless. Beautiful views with great walks nearby. Would highly recommend this cottage for a relaxing break from your everyday busy lifestyle.

    Amanda2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely fantastic place. Very clean and tidy. Beautiful location. Lovely hosts. I strongly recommend.

    Kuraisha2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful location and great hosts! Would highly recommend staying here if you’re after a cozy stay!

    Jon2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cottage with fabulous views, a great location for country walks and warming up in front of the log fire afterwards. The wet room and underfloor heating were added bonuses which made our stay even more relaxing. We will certainly be back... Hopefully for some sunshine!

    Beth2020-02-15T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Llanychaer, Wales, United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    Samantha2020-01-28T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Llanwnda, Wales, United Kingdom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    Judith2019-09-06T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Fishguard , United Kingdom

    Farm yard based with best views in Pembrokeshire! Beautiful upside down lay out gives you a large open plan living area and 2 good size bedrooms with an additional sofa bed for extra guests. The bathroom has a beautiful roll top bath for a relaxing soak. The enclosed garden offers great sea views. The popular cove of Pwllgwaelod with its beachside restaurant lies just half a mile from Dinas, where you can also enjoy the circular walk round Dinas Head and on to Cwm yr Eglwys. SA42 0YE
    Upside down layout, large living area and 2 large bedrooms. Sofa bed in open plan living area Well equipped kitchen with dish washer, fridge/freezer, microwave, kettle. Wood burning stove (logs provided October to April on night of arrival) 1 bathroom with roll top bath.
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    Thomas2020-02-26T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely time. The house was warm and inviting despite us arriving during Storm Dennis!! The location is great - near Fishguard (5-10 minutes) and close to other areas like Cardigan and Haverfordwest. We very much appreciated the personal touches - eggs, butter and homemade bread was unexpected and very lovely. Maggie’s communication was great. Richard was very kind and helpful. Fishguard has a Co-op and a Tesco Express. If planning on cooking at the farmhouse take supplies before you get to town - choice wasn’t huge. In Fishguard you really must try Hooked for the best fish and chips we’ve ever had (& that was after transporting them back to the farmhouse!). The staff were friendly (even though it was HEAVING!) and call locals by name. Well deserved 2020 top 10 Fish & Chip shops in UK.

    Liz2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay for our vacation!

    David2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • Maggie and Richard are fab hosts. We arrived during Storm Dennis, the driveway was a river and the rain was horizontal. Richard greeted us with fresh bread under his arm and fresh eggs. It was a great one night stay in this lovely cottage despite the weather. There are toys, colouring, books for kids. But there is old wardrobes to hide in, pianos to play, muddy wellies to stomp in, comfy sofas to snuggle on, were the highlights for my 5,3,1 year old. Definately coming back... In the summer!

    Honor2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely property and well thought out accommodation. We felt relaxed and comfortable the minute we arrived.

    Lisa2020-02-08T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful cottage in the middle of a working farm surrounded by stunning countryside. Photos can never really do somewhere like this justice and the views are spectacular. The cottage felt like home within minutes of arriving and that really is something special. The upside down layout really makes the most of the space and the furniture and décor is spot on. Maggie and Richard are lovely and really made us feel welcome. Recommended.

    Steve2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Thank you Maggie & Richard for a lovely stay in your cottage! Thank you so much for your kindness and hospitality. We particularly loved the fresh eggs and fresh milk and who could forget the amazing visit from the doggo's?! Thank you for everything, we will definitely see you soon. Sadie, Deanna, Emily, Verity, Eliie, Summer & Emily x

    Sadie2020-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic barn in a rural area, close to beaches and great walks, cozy nights in with a wood fire and games or dvds

    Gert2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    2

    Dinas, Wales, United Kingdom

    A 15 minute walk to the coast path and Dinas Head makes this an ideal holidaying spot. We provide ACCOMMODATION ONLY so as to keep the price low. A microwave, and mini fridge is provided together with kettle, tea and coffee and crockery. Shop 50 yards away.
    We have a lovely, well appointed, spacious en-suite loft room which sleeps two people in a double bed. It is equipped with a television and tea and coffee making facilities as well as crockery for eat your own food. It is a very private space.
    Dinas Cross is situated about 3/4 mile from the beautiful North Pembrokeshire coastline. Our home is perfectly located for walkers who are walking the coast path or exploring the beautiful countryside.
  • So comfortable and private the room was perfect with great facilities and the location was brilliant. Will return soon x

    SArah2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place to stay and very nice hosts. Would 100% recommend.

    Olivia2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic space, private, clean and thoughtful touches such as tea and coffee facilities. Great hosts too

    Hannah2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • Jane’s place is just as stated on the profile, super cute, quiet, and comfortable! I’d love to stay on my next trip!

    Colby2019-11-11T00:00:00Z
  • Jane was absolutely lovely and very accommodating The room is spotless and the bed is very comfy Great amenities available too Thank you Jane for a wonderful stay

    Megan2019-10-26T00:00:00Z
  • Light and bright bedroom, shower room and galley area. Very comfy bed. Total privacy. Proper ground coffee provided with a little cafetiere - excellent! Microwave a real bonus if local pubs are closed, and the little fridge is useful. Two friendly shops a short walk away. For me, on foot, very convenient for hourly bus service to Fishguard, Haverfordwest (or the other way to Newport, Cardigan and beyond). Circular walk to Cwm-yr-Eglwys and Pwllgwaelod beaches takes less than an hour (longer if you stop to admire the lovely views). I'll be returning soon!

    Maggie2019-09-13T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect place to explore the surroundings! Lovely home with great bed

    Ruben2019-09-02T00:00:00Z
  • Great sized room with plenty of character and nice touches. Comfy bed and sofas. Bathroom (and bedroom) was spotless and the shower had instant hot water. There is a little area with a mini fridge, microwave, and tea/coffee etc which is perfect if you want to do some self catering! Great value for money. Only issues were that there was noise from the pub next door until quite late so difficult to get to sleep if you’re trying to get an early night. Also there was limited parking and it’s a little awkward getting in and out. But these were not show stoppers and it was a bank holiday so probably busier than usual. Owners were nice and fast to communicate and check in was easy and simple.

    Jayni2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
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    Dinas Cross, Wales, United Kingdom

    Kenvor, within a mile of two sandy Pembrokeshire beaches, is a spacious dormer bungalow situated in the coastal village of Dinas Cross. Only 4 miles from Fishguard, with daily ferries to and from Ireland, it stands within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is overlooked by the Preseli Hills. Ideally placed for watersports, walking the coastal paths, golfing, pony trekking in the pretty surrounding countryside, touring Pembrokeshire.
    Kenvor, within a mile of two sandy Pembrokeshire beaches, is a spacious dormer bungalow situated in the coastal village of Dinas Cross which is just 3 miles from Newport. Fishguard is 4 miles away, with daily ferries to and from Ireland, it stands within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is overlooked by the Preseli Hills. Kenvor is ideally placed for water sports, walking the coastal paths, golfing, pony trekking in the pretty surrounding countryside, touring Pembrokeshire and visiting interesting towns, villages and historic sites. Within a short drive is Oakwood Theme Park, Manor House Wildlife Park (owned by Anna Ryder Richardson), Caldey Island with its Cistercian Monastery and countless historic castles such as Carew and Pembroke Castle (the birthplace of Henry Tudor). There are shops and public houses nearby. ACCOMMODATION Kenvor sleeps 8 plus a cot in 4 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin, 1 single and a room with 3 single beds. All the accommodation apart from the room with 3 single beds is on the ground floor so may suit guests with restricted mobility. UPSTAIRS Bedroom 1: 3 single beds, bedroom is accessed via steep steps DOWNSTAIRS Bedroom 2: double bed Bedroom 3: twin beds Bedroom 4: single bed Bathroom: bath with shower over, toilet, hand basin Shower room: easy accessible shower suitable for the less mobile guest, toilet Living room: two 3-seater sofas, 2-seater sofa, TV/DVD/video, patio doors to the garden Kitchen: gas cooker, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer Dining room: table and chairs to seat 8 Utility room: washing machine, tumble dryer Games room: TV, DVD player, dart board, table football, small pool table, games There is an enclosed patio with garden furniture and a BBQ as well as lawned areas. Easy access with a ramp to the entrance. Driveway parking. • Bed linen provided • Please bring your own towels • Travel cot and high chair available. Please bring your own cot bedding • Gas central heating • Heating and electricity included • Free WiFi - cannot guarantee signal • Two well behaved pets welcome at £18 each per week
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    Sir Benfro, Cymru, United Kingdom

    My house is a Victorian villa in the historic village of Dinas in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. I'm set back from the main road on a quiet private lane. The house is surrounded by gardens and is just a few minutes walk from the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast or the Preseli hills. There is ample parking, I'm on a direct bus route and there's easy access to village shops, pubs and other services.
    The private guest suite is downstairs with it's own private entrance, bathroom and kitchen. You should have everything you need for your stay. The bed is large and quite high off the ground. There's seating, a wardrobe, all the basic pots, pans and cutlery - and plenty of books and information about the local area.
    Dinas Cross is a lovely little village set on the main coast road between Fishguard and Newport. You can walk the coast path, climb the Preseli hills and visit numerous attractions nearby. I can recommend cafés, pubs and restaurants for you or highlight some great local art galleries, gardens, historic sites, walks and beaches. This is a coastal location so you may experience all sorts of weather, but you'll always find a cosy home to come back to once you've finished exploring.
  • This is our second visit and once again it was a lovely experience. The most comfortable bed awaits and the breakfast bits that Simon supplies make a great start to the morning. The space is always spotless and has excellent amenities.

    Dante2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • Spotless lovely facilities.

    Christine2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • Simon’s place is a delightful choice. It’s perfect for exploring Pembrokeshire, especially the park and coastal path- which is just a short walk from the house. So many walks from the house! You can really do as much or as little as you like because the accommodation is also very close to Dinas Cross, Newport and the bigger town of Fishguard / Goodwick where there is a boots, grocery and ferry to Ireland. Though there is a petrol station that has groceries and another little place just past that walking distance from the house and sells everything you’d need to cook yourself three square meals a day. The kitchen and bathroom feel very modern and super clean and are well equipped. Simon went above and beyond to accommodate my needs. He gave me privacy but was more than willing to share and converse. He has a vast knowledge of the area and it’s geography. He checked in to ensure I had things for breakfast - which was very nice milk bread and coffee or tea or both. I slept well in the bed and found the room to be very cozy and the price is pretty incredible considering you have the most beautiful places on earth just outside. I stayed in January and did have a car which allowed for trips further afield. Go to the little cafe Bara Brith that opens a few days a week just down the road for some of the best lunch or tea and cake. Walk around Dinas head? Island? For epic cliffs and views of the sea and come down to the little cove of cwn-yr-eglwys for a little ruins. I can’t recommend this enough. Book it!

    Emma2020-02-01T00:00:00Z
  • A very cozy room with a wonderful bed. Nice kitchen and wonderful shower. Top!

    Amélie2020-01-11T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful shower and stylish kitchen with everything you need

    Angela2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Simon’s place is perfect for a coastal getaway - clean, cosy, lovely location and lots of nice little homely touches throughout the private suite. Simon was also a great host, very friendly, helpful, and gave lots of local tips including taxi numbers. The whole stay far exceeded our expectations and one of the best airbnb experiences we’ve had - highly recommend!

    Tara2019-12-15T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely space, beautifully styled and well laid out. The bed was soooo comfortable.

    Dante2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • It looks great in the pictures and even better in reality! I use airbnb fairly frequently and this is really one of the best I've ever stayed in. The bed is luxurious, the kitchen is well-equipped, it's extremely clean, and tastefully decorated. Communication beforehand and the check-in instructions were great. I couldn't recommend it more, thank you!

    David2019-12-06T00:00:00Z
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    Guest suite


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    1

    Dinas Cross, Wales, United Kingdom

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    Brithdir Mawr is an Eco-Community formed in 1994, currently 13 adults and 5 children. We live on an 80 acre restored farm nestled at the foot of Carn Ingli in Pembrokeshire National Park. The Community is off grid for electricity and uses the water from the mountain spring. We have outdoor composting toilets and bathrooms with showers that guests share with the rest of the Community. We have a four private rooms available, plus a dormitory space. This posting is for our Dorm Room.
    If you are interested in community living or self-sufficiency this is the place for you. We have been a community for over twenty years you can learn more about us by joining one of our tours or even volunteering here. Have a look on our website for more details. We also run training courses and events which could help to make your trip a really memorable experience. The Dorm room is on the top floor of our main Community farmhouse. The accommodation is very basic; a mattress either on the floor or a basic wooden frame, with no sink, cooking facilities or space heating; and you may find yourself sharing with up to 4 others. Two sky lights provide excellent light during the day or a fantastic view of the starry sky at night, and there are electric lights for other times. More sturdy and weather proof than a tent, but still at campsite prices! This listing is for 1 single mattress, however the room sleeps up to 5. If you want to book the Dorm for more than 1 person, you'll also need to book on our other Dorm room listings. We absolutely love it here and hope you will too. We look forward to sharing it with you!
    We live in a beautiful area of Pembrokeshire National Park, next to Carn Ingli and the Preseli Mountains. Ty Cannol, an ancient oak woodland, and the stunning coastline are both within walking distance, as is the charming village of Newport, boasting a fine array of pubs, cafes and restaurants. The Pembrokeshire Coastal path was recently voted one of the top ten long distance walks in the world. There is minimal light pollution here, so the night skies can be breath taking, and there is always loads of wildlife to see and hear, including dormice, bats and owls.
    Room Type

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    Accommodates

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    1

    Sir Benfro, Cymru, United Kingdom

    Brithdir Mawr is an Eco-Community formed in 1994, currently 13 adults and 5 children. We live on an 80 acre restored farm nestled at the foot of Carn Ingli in Pembrokeshire National Park. The Community is off grid for electricity and uses the water from the mountain spring. We have outdoor composting toilets and bathrooms with showers that guests share with the rest of the Community. We have a four private rooms available, plus a dormitory space. This posting is for our Sunrise Room.
    If you are interested in community living or self-sufficiency this is the place for you. We have been a community for over twenty years you can learn more about us by joining one of our tours or even volunteering here. Have a look on our website for more details. We also run training courses and events which could help to make your trip a really memorable experience. The Sunrise room is a pretty, single, private room within our main Community farmhouse. Facilities are basic, comprising a woodburner,desk, chair, drawer, table and bookshelves; but the views over this part of our farm from the double aspect room are beautiful. We absolutely love it here and hope you will too. We look forward to sharing it with you!
    We live in a beautiful area of Pembrokeshire National Park, next to Carn Ingli and the Preseli Mountains. Ty Cannol, an ancient oak woodland, and the stunning coastline are both within walking distance, as is the charming village of Newport, boasting a fine array of pubs, cafes and restaurants. The Pembrokeshire Coastal path was recently voted one of the top ten long distance walks in the world. There is minimal light pollution here, so the night skies can be breath taking, and there is always loads of wildlife to see and hear, including dormice, bats and owls.
  • The Brithdir Mawr's Community is a place of peace and serenity. You won't be surrounding in the materialistic luxuries of today, but it will take you back to our earthly roots. It was so refreshing for the soul. The host Ann seems lovely, even though I didn't personally meet her. I would totally recommend staying here if you don't mind getting in touch with your roots, and embracing the simple life style.

    Verity2018-08-12T00:00:00Z
  • Loved this room. Simple with beautiful light. Stayed two nights while exploring Preseli bluestones. Great velux skylight above the bed to watch and listen to the rain. Lovely wooden windows, floor and beams. Just felt natural and comfortable. Easy to come and go as you please and delightfully quiet at night. Friendly people, big old house, and lots of nature. I'll be back! ~

    Aster2018-07-29T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful farm house in beautiful relaxing settings

    Andrew2017-09-01T00:00:00Z
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    Sir Benfro, Cymru, United Kingdom

    The Coach House is a rustic south facing cottage in a secluded courtyard at Ffynnonofi Farm, once a location for the John Huston film Moby Dick. The cottage has terracotta stone floors with underfloor heating, white washed walls, cosy wood burner and a large double bedroom with small en suite bathroom. It is superbly located for the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and it has it's own beach minutes walk away across our fields. We're sustainably minded, have our own spring water and use green energy.
    The cottage is spread over two floors. The ground floor is open plan making it a cosy place to prepare food and eat whilst the wood burner is blazing away. There is a desk and 'work area' for those who want to do something creative or maybe catch up with work. The upper floor has a main double bedroom with small en suite and a single bed/dressing room off it. There is a larger bathroom with shower and bath on the ground floor. The feel of the cottage is rustic and you'll find old welsh blankets, local slate sills and wooden oak beams rather than neat carpets! There is safe private parking near the cottage.
    Ffynnonofi means 'healing well’ in welsh. The water at ffynnonofi is natural spring water. First recorded as a 'holy well' with healing properties in 1394, the spring water, which was drunk by monks on pilgrimage to the shrine of Saint David, has never stopped flowing ... Ffynnonofi farm is in a fabulous location. Our beach is a 5 minute walk across our fields and there are many lovely coves and beaches along the coastal path. There is a pub 15 minutes walk down the path at Pwllgwaelod beach that serves food, a good refuelling stop after walking around Dinas Island! There is also a busy pub within walking distance in the local village, Dinas Cross, and great shops and cafes in Newport, 3 miles north. Newport has a farmers market every Monday morning and great butchers and organic wholefood shop. We are 5 minutes drive from the Preseli Hills and 5 miles from the Ferry at Fishguard Harbour.
  • The cottage is lovely, thanks for a great stay!

    Rebecca2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • A real escape

    Emily2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely couple of days at this beautiful cottage! The coastal walks nearby are stunning, and the cottage itself is so charming. Mike and Aradhana were really friendly and helpful. We'd love to stay again one day!

    Xenobe2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • Great host, very informative. The space is very cosy and has everything you need. Lovely walks nearby with a gorgeous beach minutes away. Will definitely return and stay here in the future

    Saman2019-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • Such a great space and lovely people! Beautifully done up . . . Mike and Aradhana were really warm and welcoming and even picked up some veg for us from a local farmers' market

    Duncan2019-12-16T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great week exploring the beautiful area - it was perfect for walking, cycling and swimming - and such a treat to be so close to the sea. The house is a great place to return to and relax in, with a lovely well equipped kitchen, comfy lounge area in front of the fire. We hope to return in another season, but would recommend this place at any time of year.

    Amy2019-11-23T00:00:00Z
  • Mike’s place is a real gem. You won’t be disappointed, I wish we could have stayed longer!

    Elaine2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • We had pretty high expectations having read the previous reviews and we certainly weren’t disappointed! The coachhouse is a lovely, clean, bright and comfortable space to relax in, and the location, just moments from the coastal path and near the lovely village of Newport, is perfect! The hosts were very welcoming and made sure had everything we needed to enjoy our stay. Would highly recommend and hope to stay again ourselves soon!

    Nicola2019-08-22T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Cottage


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    2


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    Dinas Cross, Wales, United Kingdom

    Camelot is a year round centrally heated coastal holiday cottage with superb sea views, situated in Newport, Pembrokeshire. The property is located on the old harbour wall on the Parrog. This family and pet friendly self catering accommodation has a history spanning 300 years, and provides the ideal holiday base for a short break or longer stay in the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.The thick stone walls, double glazing and gas central heating ensure that this cottage is snug and cosy all year round.
  • Amazing location with special view of the sea

    Suzie2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely location in a beautiful (and deceptively large space).

    Ciara2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful location with lovely views. There are a lot of people walking past, but after a while we didn't really notice them.Highly recommend early morning walks at low tide when you can have the beach to yourself. Area is very dog friendly.

    Rebecca2019-07-13T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Newport, United Kingdom

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

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

    Deborah2019-08-24T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Flat


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    A lovely little Annexe for two close to Cwm yr Eglwys and Pwllgwaelod beaches and within a couple of hundred yards of the north Pembrokeshire coast path. The property is located on a working sheep farm opposite the main farmhouse The main farmhouse offers the shared use of an automatic washing machine . Behind the farmhouse is a large garden which guests are welcome to use. The living area has 1 x double bed and (1 x double sofa bed available on request only)
    A converted 500 year old stone barn Situated on Dinas Head, a National Trust owned property that is privately rented and been farmed by the Perkins family for over 70 years.
    Situated on Dinas Head, a privately rented 400 acre National Trust farm, with the main farmhouse, 2 private cottages and a small campsite which operates through the summer months
  • Cosy well equipped place that comfortably suits 2 people. Kind attentive host. The cottage was spotlessly clean and Lynda had provided those homely touches like hot water bottles and a jigsaw puzzle for those inclement days. Beautiful location that is close to many places of interest as well as gentle walks.

    Susan2020-03-20T00:00:00Z
  • A nice room with a well-equipped kitchen and a shower. The cottage is located on a farm in the middle of the Dinas Head peninsula. We appreciated the calm, the attentions of Lynda and her discretion. The site of Dinas Head is exceptional with the possibility of a hike of 3 miles. We recommend this accommodation.

    Renck2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Outstanding location, top host and lovely clean relaxing space. High recommend.

    Jonny2020-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic short break at Lynda’s cottage, great amenities and central location to explore the great beaches and history in the surrounding areas.

    Ellie2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Comfy cottage with lovely touches such as towelling robe and hot water bottles, fantastic communication with friendly hosts and a great out of the way place to explore Pembrokeshire from.

    Kirsty2020-01-23T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage was a delightful base to explore the area . It was spotlessly clean and had all the amenities you’d need for either a self catering break or within easy reach of local amenities. It’s unique location on Dinas Island made it a perfect getaway .

    Paul2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • A great location, remote but with easy access to the wonder of West Coast Wales. Very friendly hosts and the little barn was cozy and had all we needed for a lovely few days walking holiday. Thanks.

    Darren2019-12-31T00:00:00Z
  • Really cute cottage and Lynda was very helpful. The cottage was a lot warmer than expected, I assumed it would be quite cold in November but this was not the case! The temp was always very comfortable. There is a lovely 3.5mile walk along the head and the views are really nice

    Aoife2019-11-24T00:00:00Z
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    1

    Newport, United Kingdom

    Romantic farm cottage near the coast, with stunning mountain views. Enjoy peace and quiet in an unspoilt landscape, yet just a short walk from the historic village of Nevern, with its ancient church and traditional pub. Nearby Newport has cafes, restaurants and galleries and is only a 5 minute drive away, as is the famous Pembrokeshire coast path. Sandy beaches, secluded coves, woodland and mountain walks are all within easy reach. A perfect retreat for a couple wanting to get away from it all.
    The Cart House is stylishly furnished and thoughtfully equipped, so you can make the most of your stay in beautiful North Pembrokeshire. It's an interesting 'upside down' cottage, with the open plan living area on the first floor and the bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor. Both floors have doors leading to the private patio where you will find both a barbecue, table and chairs, and an array of potted plants - perfect for al fresco eating or just star gazing. The cottage has a wood burning stove for cosy evenings in by the fire and electric heating throughout. The comfortable double bed has feather duvets and pillows and crisp cotton sheets (non feather substitutes are available for allergy sufferers). The cottage is on a farm, in a very quiet and peaceful part of Pembrokeshire. Alice is also an artist and has a small studio and gallery in the farmhouse.
    We are in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, world renowned for its outstanding natural beauty. Just a short walk away is the historic village of Nevern, with its family run pub, the Trewern Arms, charming St. Brynach's church, 10th century Celtic cross and 5th century Ogham Stone. A short walk from the church brings you to the ancient Pilgrims Path, used for hundreds of years by pilgrims making their way to St. Davids. You can literally follow the Pilgrims footsteps, worn away over the centuries into the slate. The path follows the banks of the beautiful Nevern river until it reaches the sea at stunning Newport Bay. There are some fabulous walks along the coastal path, as well as beaches and coves, too numerous to mention. We are a 5 minute drive to the sea and during the summer a local bus company runs a shuttle service along the coast for walkers. The Preseli Hills are also a magical place, with numerous neolithic sites dotted throughout the area and numerous footpaths and bridle ways to explore. Nearby Newport is a pretty seaside town offering a fantastic array of eateries. We also have art galleries, an antique shop, a local butcher, wholefood shop, hardware store, Post Office, Chemist and small supermarket. There's an interesting street market held every Monday and the community run Memorial Hall has a vibrant and varied mixture of cultural events and activities running throughout the year. The Cart House is a 10 minute drive from the old county town of Cardigan, which has 2 supermarkets (Tesco and Aldi) and a variety of shops along its pretty High Street. It's also worth a visit to Theatre Mwldan, which hosts a great selection of films, theatre, comedy and music events. For adventurous types there are a wealth of activities on offer, from sea kayaking and coasteering, to paragliding and surfing. Visitors to the area are often struck by something else that is rarely mentioned in the tourist brochures, and that is the warmth of the local people. We live in a very welcoming community and we all hope you'll enjoy you're stay here.
  • We had a lovely week, it’s a great base to explore the fantastic Pembrokeshire coast and hills. The accommodation is lovely, clean and cosy and is fully equipped for self catering. Amazing walks start literally once you step outside. Wished we could have stayed longer, Oscar our dog had a great time too.

    Justin2020-03-21T00:00:00Z
  • Booked as gift for in-laws. They enjoyed their stay and said the cottage was lovely

    Susie2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely little place to stay, fantastic views, great location away from it all, would recommend

    Ben2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • A perfect get-away, with everything that you could need.

    Rowena2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • We had the best week relaxing in this beautiful little cottage. I’m not sure where to start! The check in process and communication with Alice was great, she met us when we arrived, showed us around and was on hand should be need anything. The cottage backs on to 3 or 4 fields which we were lucky enough to let our dog run in everyday which he loved (no sheep whilst we were there!). The cottage is small but perfectly set up with a log burner and really comfortable cosy bed. The location is a short drive from Newport where there are great pubs and a lovely beach to explore. We spent the week enjoying the coast paths, beaches and beautiful sunshine we were lucky enough to have. Can’t recommend enough! Very dog friendly!

    Kate2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely little cottage perfect for two. Has everything you need for a comfortable and relaxing stay. Lovely area with lots to see and do.

    Beth2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place and location. Would definitely recommend. thanks for having me Alice

    Gareth2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • Pretty, comfortable cottage in a great location for visiting the surrounding area. Alice was very welcoming and hospitable. A lovely place to stay.

    Ruth2020-02-26T00:00:00Z
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    Cottage


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    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    Brithdir Mawr is an Eco-Community formed in 1994, currently 13 adults and 5 children. We live on an 80 acre restored farm nestled at the foot of Carn Ingli in Pembrokeshire National Park. The Community is off grid for electricity and uses the water from the mountain spring. We have outdoor composting toilets and bathrooms with showers that guests share with the rest of the Community. We have a four private rooms available, plus a dormitory space. This posting is for our Yard Room.
    If you are interested in community living or self-sufficiency this is the place for you. We have been a community for over twenty years you can learn more about us by joining one of our tours or even volunteering here. Have a look on our website for more details. We also run training courses and events which could help to make your trip a really memorable experience. The Yard room is a cosy, private room just off our central courtyard, screened by shrubs and herbs (help yourself to the mint!). It is a double room, and pets are welcome. Facilities are basic, comprising a wood burner, set of drawers, table and chair, but the surroundings are beautiful. We absolutely love it here and hope you will too. We look forward to sharing it with you!
    We live in a beautiful area of Pembrokeshire National Park, next to Carn Ingli and the Preseli Mountains. Ty Cannol, an ancient oak woodland, and the stunning coastline are both within walking distance, as is the charming village of Newport, boasting a fine array of pubs, cafes and restaurants. The Pembrokeshire Coastal path was recently voted one of the top ten long distance walks in the world. There is minimal light pollution here, so the night skies can be breath taking, and there is always loads of wildlife to see and hear, including dormice, bats and owls.
    Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    A very snug and cosy cottage with a warm, friendly feel. A tasteful mix of traditional and contemporary artisan. Woodburner, secluded terrace and access to a beautiful garden near the heart of beautiful Newport town. A compact and bijou kitchenette and bathroom, light and airy bedroom with views into the garden. A short leisurely walk from the beach, estuary, coastal path as well as the fantastic array of pubs, cafes, restaurants, art galleries and amenities in town. Ideally situated.
    The Snug is private and cosy. We provide a bag of logs for the fire for each night you stay (extra logs are available at a cost of £6.50 per basket). We also provide crisp white bed sheets, white soft towels and eco friendly shampoo, conditioner and body wash.
    Newport is known for its excellent choice of eating places. Being foodies ourselves we have lots of recommendations for local eateries and hostelries. There are two local breweries as well as a fine selection of pubs. There is also an extensive wholefood shop and mini supermarket. Despite the small size of Newport town it offers an amazing number of amenities including: an old fashioned family run hardware store, an antique shop, chemist, newsagent, doctors surgery, natural healthcare centre, lifestyle clothes shop, post office and cash point! For art lovers there are art galleries and artisan gift shops. The local beach offers the perfect place to swim, walk or simply sit and enjoy the sunset.
  • A beautiful little cottage with lovely decor and a cosy feel situated in the heart of Newport. Only a short walk from many pubs/restaurants, a fantastic cellar bar and some amazing coastal walks.

    Tom2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • This is a real treat in a peaceful location. The snug is well designed, with a welcomed log burner for the winter (and so much better than a tv!). Compact but perfectly formed - close to the coast for walks and a good selection of places to eat within 10 minutes walking distance. The hosts were great, there if you need them but not intruding your space at all - very accommodating and even remembered our anniversary on the day - wonderful touches that make you feel so welcome. Very much recommend this place to recharge and relax.

    Richard & Heidi2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay at the Snug. Lovely hosts and a cosy property with the log burner being particularly welcome in winter. Newport is great and this property is in an excellent location to explore both the town and the coast and countryside of Pembrokeshire.

    Alistair2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely cosy stay at the snug around new year - it is a small but extremely cosy and stylish space, including a wood burner which is a really nice touch. Will & Sue were very helpful hosts and gave us lots of tips of where to eat out - there are various lovely places to eat very close by and Newport is a small but arty place with beautiful coast and hills around it. Recommend :)

    Poppy2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • The snug was a lovely place to spend a relaxing break over Christmas. Perfectly located for town, the beach and the costal path. We were extremely comfortable and warm with the cosy log burner. A wonderful stay!

    Rachel2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • This is as lovely as it looks! We stayed in Dec (so were not able to appreciate the garden or courtyard as much) The wood burner created such a cosy feel indoors. It is secluded yet close to amenities and Will and Sue are helpful and discreet as hosts. We highly recommend it and the town of Newport and surrounding area are wonderful!

    Ann2019-12-18T00:00:00Z
  • The snug is in a perfect location, the fire makes it extra cosy especially this time of year! Thanks to Will & Sue for the bottle of wine on arrival!

    Chris2019-12-15T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely lovely place to stay! The snug is cosy, stylish and a great base to explore Pembrokeshire from. The log fire makes it extra special and Will and Sue were wonderful hosts; even messaged with extra tips for activities in local area. Very friendly cat and dog as well!

    Amber2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Guest house


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Welcome to our holiday home nestled in the relaxing and peaceful grounds of Dinas Cross Country Club and holiday park in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. It sleeps 6, and is a clean, warm and well equipped van with club and local amenities only a short stroll away.
    The caravan is well equipped for everything you will need for your stay, although we are sadly unable to provide towels. There is a master suite with en-suite toilet, and a double room with twin beds and family bathroom with walk-in shower. There is the option of a double sofa bed in the living room, however you would need to bring your own linen for this bed. The whole site is family friendly, and whilst we say it isn’t suitable for under 2’s, if you are able to provide your own high chair and travel cot, we can accommodate small children. Check-in/out is via a key safe. On site, there is a clubhouse where you will find free Wi-fi, restaurant, fully licensed bar and games room. The clubhouse is open Tuesday-Sunday in school holidays but has reduced opening elsewhere. However, it’s only a short walk to the two local pubs, fish and chip shop and village stores, or just a short drive to the many restaurants in Newport. There is also a laundrette, heated swimming pool, boules rink, a children’s park and play area. The beaches of Pwllgwaelod and award winning Cym-yr-Eglwys are just a short stroll away. The Caravan Park is situated within the village of Dinas Cross, close to the small harbouring villages of Newport and Fishguard with it’s local produce markets, Irish sea ferry terminal and railway station. Driving along the A487 coast road of approx 13 miles is the small city of St Davids (the smallest Cathedral City in Britain). Any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask before booking! Thank you for looking at our listing!
    There are some lovely pubs in the area which are all a short stroll away. There is The Freemasons and The Ship Aground in Dinas Cross village, and The Old Sailors down at Pwllgwaelod. If you want something "a bit different" try driving into Newport where you can have lovely meals at The Canteen, The Royal Oak and The Golden Lion. For an extra special occasion, Llys Meddyg is wonderful. For a unique experience, why not drive out to the famous Dyffrn Arms (known as Bessie's) where the family have been serving the famous "pint from a jug" through the serving hatch since 1840.
    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Campsite


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    2

    Dinas Cross, Wales, United Kingdom

    Rose Villa is a traditional 19th Century Welsh cottage with 21st Century amenities - unlimited Wi-Fi, Smart TV, Netflix, Amazon Echo - as well as standard central heating, combi-boiler, wood burning stove, utility room and double-glazing etc. Ideally suits 2 adults with 2 children or 4 adults, but can sleep 6. Two small or one medium size dog welcome. Rated 4 Star by Visit Wales
    Very quiet location away from the main road. One medium size or two small dogs are very welcome - unlimited walks available from the door (coastal path 5mins away). Two safe beaches in close proximity ideal for the family and young children. Restaurant, fish and chips and pubs serving food within walking distance. More available in nearby Newport.
    A very quiet hamlet. Short 6mins walk to the beach and coastal path. Another close by (approx 15mins walk). Shops, garage, pubs and fish and chips at Dinas Cross - 5mins walk.
  • We had the most wonderful holiday; beautiful location and gorgeous home. We all really appreciated the thoughtfulness of the little extras Philip provided. The locals were extremely welcoming and we were fed well when we ate locally or in Newport. The views from Dinas Point are beautiful and there’s a wonderful long beach at Newport Sands to explore. We shall be back!

    Claire2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage, full of character, very clean and comfortable, very close to two beautiful beaches. I stayed with my husband, his mother and our two daughters and there was room for us all. Rose Villa had everything we needed, even a handy trigger hose to wash the wetsuits down. Would definitely stay again as a good base to explore north Pembrokeshire.

    Jennie2018-08-18T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cottage, with lots of home from home touches, and a wonderful location just minutes from a quiet beach and bay.

    Catherine2018-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Dinas Cross, Wales, United Kingdom

    A detached property in an idyllic quiet rural location on the slopes of Carn Ingli set approx. 1 mile from Newport town itself. Above the cattle grid on the mountain, surrounded by wild ponies and sheep, with open walking immediately from the property (you can also walk into town off road) and fabulous views in every direction. ( Extensive sea views on mountain walks.) We have a cat and people friendly dogs who are shut away from the residential areas overnight.
    We have an extensive garden which you are welcome to relax in, and a garden room with tropical style plants you are also welcome to share as a lounge or office. There is a utility room for muddy boots or wet coats if necessary.
    There are limited properties in this stunning location halfway up the mountain, sheltered but a very short walk from open heathland. This is an area rich in artisan crafts from chocolate making to candle making. The town - which only has circa 900 permanent residents - has a Boat Club, 18 hole Golf Course, Doctor, Dentist, 365 days a year Spar mini market, Chemist, and numerous pubs and good quality restaurants. Newport Bay is a Blue Flag beach below the Golf Club with a Surf Club and Tea Room at busy times of the year.
  • Vivienne’s house is lovely with a cracking view of the Irish Sea and the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. The room I was in was very clean and cosy and lovely and warm. There is a great bathroom available and a lovely breakfast room with tea and coffee making facilities and cereals and toast. Vivienne is very friendly, helpful and welcoming and gave me directions on how to get to places and advice on local eateries, etc. A jolly good Airbnb!

    Chris2020-02-01T00:00:00Z
  • I can't recommend Vivienne's place enough, it's a really wonderful place to stay from all points of view.

    Ann2019-12-17T00:00:00Z
  • Really great host in an ideal location for Carn Ingli and Newport Beach walking.

    Jamie2019-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely quiet place with a friendly welcome. Very comfortable bed. High quality bathroom, didn't matter that it is shared with the host couple as right next to the bedroom. Excellent arrangement for providing hot drinks, cereal and toast for breakfast. Couldn't be nicer, truly. And amazingly reasonable price too!

    Rachel2019-10-19T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful location and a Very comfortable home from home.

    Angela2019-10-01T00:00:00Z
  • Good location and excellent hosts. Worth a stay!

    Nishtha2019-09-24T00:00:00Z
  • This was a lovely home, made very welcome, great amenities and a perfect location for the area.

    Ann2019-09-18T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay to discover north pembrokeshire. The house has a very idyllic location in the Preselli Hills and you need about 20 minutes by foot (nice walk) to reach the really lovely town Newport (with a great beach and nice restaurants and pubs). The house was very clean and Vivienne and Julien were really nice and helpful hosts who provided us with lots of recommandations what to do in the area (there is plenty). Thank you for hosting us.

    Luisa2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    SECLUDED, PRIVATE, QUIET, SELF CONTAINED,TUCKED AWAY ON A NO THROUGH QUIET PRIVATE LANE. 1st OF 4 cottages. RIGHT on the PEMBROKE COASTAL PATH Sunny cottage,every comfort thought of. 8 Mins walk to 2 beaches,shops,petrol,post office,pubs. High spec mattresses ensure a good night sleep.superfast broadband throughout the whole house,Sky smart TV. Open fire. Enclosed gardens,garden furniture,BBQ,log burner fire. Roof terrace with furniture and views of beaches,Carn Ingli and Preseli mountains.
    ON A NO THROUGH LANE, PRIVATE,SECLUDED,SELF CONTAINED. ONLY 6 other houses in the very near proximity. Bright and cosy,we have tried to think of your every comfort to ensure a perfect stay. We provide Tempur, 600 memory coil, and IGel mattresses to ensure you get a good nights sleep. Laura Ashley crisp cotton bed linen is also provide along with one towels per guest at no charge. Smart curved T.V. And super fast broadband throughout the entire house , sky tv package. The kitchen is extremely well equipped and provides everything you would need to prepare,cook,and enjoy your meal. We love to cook and entertain so we have furnished Tower Hill with that in mind. We truly love this house and use it ourselves,with our family, our grandson, and friends. To us, it’s perfect. Tower Hill is officially awarded a 4* cottage guide certificate. Just a note to our prospective guests, Tower Hill is more suited to families with children over the age of four.
    SECLUDED POSSITION, ON A QUIET NO THROUGH LANE, SELF CONTAINED,TOTALLY PRIVATE, WITH VERY FEW NEIGHBOURS. Stunningly,beautiful and unspoiled scenery. Warm Welsh welcome and friendly people. Three of the most beautiful beaches in Pembrokeshire right on your doorstep. Pwllgwaelod with a pub/restaurant that sits almost on the sand. Cwm yr Eglwys with its church ruins standing proudly over the small sandy cove. The Parrog,Newport, steeped in history, the yacht club looks over the harbour and estuary, viewing the sail boats,the tides, the sea trout and the passing of time. Have a drink or sit awhile and be a spectator if only for a second in time. Lower town at Fishgaurd harbour where Moby Dick and Under Milkwood were film. Not forgetting the history of its villagers, their quick thinking and bravery of those who saved us from a French invasion. In The market hall hang a very old tapestry to depict this act along with a weekly market. Clear night skies where you can see every star sparkle in all its glory. Fishguard,Newport, St Dogmaels, Cardigan and Haverfordwest can be easily reached by a local bus service if you don’t want to drive, just leave the car and forget about it. There is a train station in Fishguard. Dinas Village has a post office, petrol station, tea rooms, shop, 4 pubs that all serve great food. Two of Pembrokeshire’s most beautiful sandy beaches, Cwm yr Eglwys possible being one of the most photographed beaches in Wales. Living here is like stepping back in time to a place where people were kinder, gentler. Come visit here and you will fall in love and will never want to leave.
  • Great cosy and spotlessly clean cottage very close to coastal paths and other amenities. We had a lovely new year break here with lots of sleeping in very comfortable beds and lots of lovely coastal walks. Our hosts were super good at communicating with us before and during our stay. Would highly recommend for a family break.

    Lucy2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cottage in a very quiet location, excellent host, great scenery close by, friendly village.

    Diane2019-12-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had a really magical stay at Tower hill. The cottage is simply beautifully decorated with everything you need for a relaxing and cosy stay. A great location to explore the magic of Wales. Nice local pup up the road, the best Fish & Chips at Pat's place. And you've just got to go to Bara Brith for some delicious home cooked food.

    Anna2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely time staying with our 2 children at 1 Tower Hill. A terrific end of terrace cottage with great facilities, super comfortable beds and in a delightful spot with 2 stunning cove beaches just 8 minutes walk away down a lane/road. After some lovely walks, a few drinks and food at the beach side pub it was delightful to come back to the house, get the fire going and relax. Highly recommended.

    Darren2019-10-29T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage description doesnt do it justice. Brimmed with amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible it really felt like a home from home.

    Usman2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • Great place great location! Loved it!

    Katrina2019-09-18T00:00:00Z
  • 5 stars all the way. Tonys place is kitted out with everything you will need and was just a few mins from the two beautiful little seaside coves. You won't regret a few days downtime here.

    Henry2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful house awaits the guests. Lovingly, modern and stylishly furnished. All sorts of household appliances are available. Very, very clean! Quiet location, sunrise in bed in the studio is a dream - in the evening the fireplace. Fantastically relaxing in a varied area. Best recommendation and always again. All the best and thanks again Carina and Horst

    Carina2019-09-11T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    3

    Dinas Cross, Wales, United Kingdom

    The Barn is located in a magical setting with stunning scenery. Only 1.5 miles from Newport with its restaurants, we are a stones throw from Carningli mountain, the Preseli's and the ancient woodlands of Ty Canol, but still only 3 miles from the beach. Just breath in the fresh air and relax. The Barn is the perfect place to self-isolate and is hygienically cleaned between bookings.
    The Barn is located in the grounds of a main house but completely separate with it's own outdoor area. Beautifully furnished with an exotic mix of modern and antique furniture and textiles. It's thoughtfully equipped for all your needs so that you can make the most of your stay in Pembrokeshire. The homely kitchen has an Irish dresser with flagstone floors and is the perfect place for organic cooking . The living area is open plan with a wood burning fire to keep you cosy in the evenings and there is underfloor heating as well as hot water whenever you need it. When the sun is out you can open the patio doors to a south-facing private outdoor area for eating alfresco. The galleried bedroom is snug and romantic with warm Welsh blankets & Afghan textiles. We try and provide you with everything you might need and this includes a starter log pack, towels ( not beach towels), toiletries and a welcome basket of local produce. The barn is beautifully furnished with local art and all my favorite things. There are books to enjoy as well. At a squeeze you can also fit in two friends on the sofa bed in the living area if you aren't worried about privacy. It's the perfect peaceful place for slow living. The parking is shared with the main house on the same property and whilst the outside area of The Barn is separate and private it is not fenced off if you have a pet.
    The Barn is in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, world renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and the only coastal park in the UK. Cilgwyn is in the heart of this in the north of the county which is quite different and quieter to the south; full of rugged exceptionally magical landscapes, wooded valleys, stunning coast, eccentric and interesting characters, and I swear a few wood fairies!. The Bluestones of Stonehenge were hewn from the rock only a few miles away, and the whole area is full to brimming with ancient history and rich with legends. This is a very special and magical location. You can explore the enchanted Ty Canol Woods, the Gwaun Valley and the wilderness of the Preseli Hills. Discover ancient trails, Iron Age Fort, Neolithic burial sites and places to stand and stare at the glorious views. Pentre Ifan burial chamber is close by and if you look closely you'll find a secret hidden one on the property! There are wild horses on the mountain and it's a fantastic walk to the top. For a quick beer to recover try the Bluestone Brewery which is only 2 minutes walk away and is open most days until 4pm. The Candle Workshop is also close by and makes for a fascinating visit. Whilst Newport is close by, The Barn is actually in the parish of Nevern where there is an ancient Pilgrims Path used for hundreds of years by pilgrims making their way to St Davids. The light here is different, and the air is clean and unpolluted. Look out for the amazingly clear night sky giving a fantastic view of the stars. There are so many fantastic walks on the doorstep it’s impossible to describe them all. Likewise, there are many beaches and secret coves that you can explore from the coastal path which is only a 5 minute drive away and during the summer is accessible via a local bus company that runs a shuttle service along the coast for walkers. The Preseli Hills are also a magical place, with numerous neolithic sites dotted throughout the area and many footpaths and bridle ways to explore. Newport is a pretty seaside town which has become famous for its array of great cafes, restaurants and shops including a whole food shop, butchers, hardware store, pharmacy, newsagents, craft collective, antique centre, Spar, Post Office, outdoor clothes shop and fantastic art gallery. Newport also has a stunning large sandy beach with dunes and is great for swimming. There's a vibrant street and farmers market held every Monday and the community run Memorial Hall has a varied mixture of cultural events and activities running throughout the year. The Barn is also only a 10 minute drive from the old county town of Cardigan, which has 2 supermarkets (Tesco and Aldi) and a variety of shops along its pretty and active high street. It's also worth a visit to Theatre Mwldan, which hosts a great selection of films, theatre, comedy and music events. For adventurous types there are a wealth of activities on offer, from sea kayaking and coasteering, to paragliding and surfing. To the south of Newport you can drive to St Davids the smallest city in the UK and visit the Cathedral, perhaps do some surfing at Whitesands beach and explore further down the coast past Newgale beach, which also has beautiful windswept beaches and coves. Visitors to the area are often struck by something else that is rarely mentioned in the tourist brochures, and that is the warmth and diversity of the local people and the extended community who have come here from afar. There are all sorts of people who have visited the area and haven’t left because they loved it so much! We live in a very welcoming and interesting community and we all hope you'll enjoy your stay here.
  • Exactly as described and a fantastic host, perfect to explore West Wales, will visit again and highly recommend

    James2020-03-22T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful stay in a very stylish and quirky workshop. Sue is a wonderfully attentive and thoughtful host. The fire was amazing and made the place super cosy. Highly recommended!

    Jessica2020-01-24T00:00:00Z
  • Sue was a great host. The barn was so homely and set in a beautiful location! The welcome basket was a lovely touch and thoroughly enjoyed, yum yum. The bed was very comfy, which scores big points from me. Great stay!!! Will be back again.

    Emily2020-01-21T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay at the barn was perfect! Sue was a lovely host and left us to it with everything we needed, and the added extra of a little hamper for the mornings breakfast! A beautiful little winter haven for us that could equally be a summer stay as well. Lovely walks around the area and not far from lovely Newport. The perfect place to be if you need to get away for a few days!

    Alex2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay for a couple. Be careful if you have dogs, they are not allowed on the furniture so it was difficult to keep ours off! The welcome pack was fantastic and it really is great value for money!

    Vicki2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • The barn is such a special, cosy place perfect for exploring Newport and the surrounding countryside. Newport has so much to offer in the way of independent cafes and shops, really lovely pubs and such friendly people. We stayed over new year for my birthday, when we thought most things would have closed down, but there was still so much to do and see. The beach walks are amazing. The blue stone brewery next to the barn and the candle workshop were really special places to visit. Sue was so informative about the area and left us a delicious welcome basket which met all our awkward dietary requirements! Sue really has thought of everything and the barn is full of unique art and souvenirs from travels and the local area. The barn has everything you need to hole up here and escape for a few days. Coming back to the cosy wood burner after long walks was the perfect way for us to chill after a busy Christmas. We loved our stay and can not recommend the barn enough.

    Elysia2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • The Barn was a wonderful cosy retreat and close to lovely walks at the coast and in the hills. I would reccommend it.

    Alexander2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful accommodation. Beautifully decorated in a special part of Wales. Would recommend.

    Jess2019-12-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Barn


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Cilgwyn, 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? * A wonderful traditional cottage * Excellent location for lovers of peace and tranquillity * Pembrokeshire Coast Path is just 5-minutes walk away * Enjoy coastal walks directly from the garden gate * 5 minute drive to Fishguard's pubs, restaurants and shops Amenities: Bed Linen & Towels, Kitchen, heating, FREE internet access, Wood burning fireplace, Towels, Private parking, Pets are welcome, Seaview, Parking, Family friendly; Bathroom: bathtub, toilet; Bedroom: double bed; Kitchen: Cookware & Kitchen Utensils, Crockery & Cutlery, Washing Machine, Dishwasher, oven, microwave, gas/electric hob, breakfast bar and stools; Living room: armchairs, TV, sofa, stove, table and chairs; Living room: radio, sofabed, armchairs; Bedroom
    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Fishguard, United Kingdom

    Bright and cosy self-contained annex just a 3 minute drive from the beach and Pembrokeshire coastal path. Beautiful Pembrokeshire scenery with an abundance of walks, outside activities and beaches close by.
  • The Annex is a gem. Situated in a quiet neighbourhood with super comfortable beds made for a good night’s sleep. Everything we needed was provided. Highly recommend staying here if you are in the area!

    Karen2019-08-25T00:00:00Z
  • What a gorgeous peaceful place! Really great location for walking along the coast and as a base to get to other places (we went cetacean hunting elsewhere!). Really clean and cosy and Dawn was a great communicator. A great touch was that there’s a list of places such as cafes/shops etc. And we really enjoyed the table and eating place outside in this weather! Only thing I can say is if you struggle with uphill walking it’s a bit of a killer to get back up from the town! Literally the only downside, but that’s part and parcel of lovely Wales I reckon and there’s plenty of (free/cheap) parking in the town if you’d rather drive. Thanks again!

    Maddie2019-06-28T00:00:00Z
  • The Annex is absolutely perfect. My sister and I stayed there two nights and it was fresh and clean with so many nice touches. The location is great, so close to so many places to hike, shop, eat.

    Megan2019-06-19T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely space in a great location. Jennifer and Pieter gave us a friendly welcome. Just perfect for exploring the countryside and then getting on the ferry if you're bound for Ireland. Fishguard and this little b&b are definitely worth at least a two night stay.

    Sue2019-06-13T00:00:00Z
  • The “Annex” was absolutely perfect! Great location, very cosy, really clean - everything we could have asked for. We had delicious welsh cakes, fruit and milk waiting for us on arrival which was a lovely touch. The check in was very easy and the communication was very speedy. We had a really great stay and hopefully we will be back in the future! Sophie & Nic

    Sophie2019-05-27T00:00:00Z
  • We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the annex. The little space is used perfectly and provided everything to make us feel very much at home. There was a plate with fruit, some tea and coffee and sweets to welcome us and even some flowers. We had breakfast on the sundeck with view to the sea and the lovely garden. The place is really a hidden secret which we will gladly recommend to our friends.

    Kerstin2019-04-21T00:00:00Z
  • An excellent place to stay to explore the local area. The Annex offers all amenities in a peaceful, beautiful setting.

    Gary2019-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place to stay in a beautiful part of the world. Perfect for one or two people with perfect little kitchen for eating in if desired. Very close to port and ferry with parking available.

    Colin2019-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Guest suite


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Stop and Call, Wales, United Kingdom

    Situated 100 yards from the town centre this stone two bedroom house is set back from the road and overlooking a park. A good size private garden with some decking. A good base from which to explore. Shops , pubs and coast close by. I am nearby should you need anything.
    Lockable storage for bikes etc is available. Ample parking for two cars. Reversing in to the drive will help accessing a busy road.
  • Lovely place to stay. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Beds were so comfortable and a very homely space but still very stylish. Would definitely stay here again.

    Eve2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent house in a great location with parking, outside space and a short walk to the pubs, Co-op supermarket etc.

    Kevin2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Charming cottage right in the centre of Fishguard. Roaring fire and well equipped kitchen. Comfortable bed, only bug bare is that the pipes were a bit noisy during the night! We would 100% stay again. Sad to leave.

    Georgina2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • The house has a wonderful cottage feel with modern convenience. Open fire, great dinning table, very handy downstairs utility room with toilet. It is very well situated for local shops and coastal walking. Julian and all we met in the town made us very welcome. A great Christmas break.

    Subash2019-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cottage with a great garden, open fire and everything you will need for a comfy stay. Short walk to Fishguard town and a supermarket right next door. Central location with rural feel. Very nice.

    Banu2019-12-12T00:00:00Z
  • Really lovely house with everything you could need along with some additional thoughtful touches. Had a great stay would definitely recommended!

    Georgie2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • This place is just excellent! Julian renovated this place from scratch with lots of attention to detail and turned it into an extremely cosy and homey, yet spacious, place with lots of character. It's actually even nicer than the pictures suggest. We received a very friendly welcome, and we were lucky enough to follow Julian's great suggestions what to do and see in Fishguard and the area - its definitely worth it. The location is great, set back from the main road and very quiet with a countryside feel, though close enough for a quick walk to all shops, pubs, restaurants and to the old harbour. The place has lot's of thoughtful details and equipped with everything needed, as others have already mentioned. I can highly recommend Julian's house and think about coming back.

    Christoph2019-10-29T00:00:00Z
  • Friendly, informative host. Julian even came to meet us when we couldn't find the property. Absolutely lovely cottage, the open fire really warmed us up after a days walking. Close to all the local shops but far enough off the street that you wouldn't realise. A great base to explore the Pembrokeshire coast. We loved our stay and will definitely return.

    Sally2019-10-21T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Recently renovated stone cottage, offering a comfortable place to stay while exploring North Pembrokeshire, or when attending a wedding in the area.
    Originally one of the village pubs, the village sweet shop and later the first place in the village to offer B&B, the pretty stone cottage is easily found on the main road through the village. It has been renovated recently, and the garden has been reinvigorated.
    Dinas Cross is a long village. It boasts two shops (one of which is home to the Post Office), a petrol station, two pubs, a fish and chip shop, an excellent day time cafe and an art gallery. There is a quiet, secluded beach within fifteen minutes scenic walk of the cottage, and the Coast Path is easily accessible. Fishguard is two miles away and has a cafe on the old harbour, as well as a range of shops, cafes and restaurants in the main town. The pretty town of Newport, with its huge sandy beach, is four miles away.
  • Thoroughly enjoyed our little break, had excellent communication prior to our stay. Great as a base to explore North Pembrokeshire with eateries close by. We all had a warm welcome, brilliant we could bring our little dog along too. Very comfy bed, breakfast was plentiful and delicious - cooked breakfast and lovely homemade jam's and marmalade :) Use of the lounge was a lovely touch too. Would certainly stay again and recommend clover cottage! Thanks again Corinna.

    Cassie2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Great accommodation with great coastal and country walks on your doorstep. Really nice host who provides a fantastic breakfast and has a very friendly dog. I’d highly recommend staying here.

    Huw2019-09-21T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing host and room can’t recommend enough!

    Jon2019-07-31T00:00:00Z
  • Fabulous place

    Jussara2019-07-12T00:00:00Z
  • Very comfortable stay in a beautiful cottage in a great location. Lovely, clean and comfortable room. Delicious home made breakfast. Corinna is a wonderful host.

    Colin2019-06-26T00:00:00Z
  • This is a wonderful place with a “hidden” precious garden. Corinna is a very nice host that want to do the best for her guests. We got the most fantastic breakfast and tips how to take us around nearby. She made our stay over to a very nice part of our holiday.

    Petter2019-06-24T00:00:00Z
  • Extremely friendly and welcoming host with a lovely dog. We were very much made to feel at home. Clean and fresh bedroom and en-suite. A place to revisit for sure.

    Anneke2019-06-02T00:00:00Z
  • Corinna was the most charming and hospitable host. Really comfy bed, delicious home cooked breakfast and sparkling clean. Great value, a real home from home.

    Suzanne2019-05-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Bed and breakfast


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Dinas Cross, Wales, United Kingdom

    2 bedroom flat in the center of a special town. 2 min walk to the stunning River Nevern Estuary that teams with wildlife, there are ancient monuments and stunning hills for walking nearby. Come home and relax by the fire have a hot instant bath or shower. Cook at home with all you need provided. Take in the air on the balcony. T.V or a movie in our comfortable living room or party time at one of the many inns and restaurants in the town. You couldn't be closer.
    Our Wholefood shop has to be seen to be believed. Fall out of bed and just downstairs will be fresh hot croissants or fine Welsh smoked Salmon. Wholefoods of Newport is an ethical, environmentally aware shop. All products used in the flat are from the shop below. So are kind to the environment. Vegetarian and vegan foods are available as well as treats to make you beam.
  • very clean and comfortable and set in a great position for enjoying the charms of Newport

    Richard2019-09-20T00:00:00Z
  • Its central location in Newport made it perfect for walking to the shops, beach and park, as well as a good base for exploring Pembrokeshire.

    Claire2019-08-28T00:00:00Z
  • Clare's flat is cosy, comfortable and super clean. The little roof terrace was such a lovely place to sit and read on a warm evening. It is right above a really lovely shop for all your foodie needs and we were left a delicious loaf of bread and milk as a welcome gift. Clare was thoughtful and welcoming and we did wish that we didn't have to leave.

    Gill2019-07-30T00:00:00Z
  • Spacious apartment stocked with everything you need and more. Very hospitable hosts. Front bedroom a little noisy above the Main Street. Would definitely return.

    Laura2019-07-09T00:00:00Z
  • Convenient property in a great town.

    Brian2019-05-28T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely apartment in the heart of Newport - plenty of amenities close by & amazing beaches in close proximity.

    Andy2019-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • Great pad in a super location. Parking was a short walk away so unloading a bit tricky but manageable. Lots of good local choices for fresh food, restaurants and pubs. Local towns and walks were also very good. Enjoy!

    Barry2019-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely spacious space with an outdoor area. Right in the centre of town. Good facilities in Newport, Pembrokeshire. Recommend the Royal Oak, and the Llwyngwair Arms. And pizza from The Canteen.

    Gavin2019-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Flat


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Entire flat3 beds
    Yr Hen Bopty
    Price:₹7,041/night
    11 reviews
    Superhost
    BLAS AT FRONLAS
    All our rooms have a digital tv, towels, dressing gowns, mineral water and tea/coffee making facilities. Breakfasts are included in the room prices. Breakfasts are available in our cafe from 8.30am onwards. Arrival time for accommodation is between 2pm and 5pm (please advise if you would like to arrive later). Departure time is 10am.
    Blas at Fronlas is situated in the heart of Newport, Pembrokeshire, a bustling market town renowned not only for its fabulous beaches & coastline but more recently as a foodie destination for those ‘in the know’.
  • Excellent in every way. Highly recommended.

    Jules2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • A very nice place to stay. It was a delight to sleep here and being a part of the usual business overhere. Feels like a warm bath.

    Marcel2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Brilliant hospitality and very good facilities

    Ryan2019-12-29T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay here for 2 nights, with a great welcome. The room was a little small for us as we stayed with our 4month old and our travel cot took over. But having access to the sitting room was great for some more space. The breakfast in the cafe was absolutely delicious! We weren't around for the Sunday lunch, much to our disappointment as it sounded like a really treat. Would happily stay again, or indeed visit the cafe for food.

    Ailín2019-11-18T00:00:00Z
  • We absolutely LOVED our stay at your beautiful B n B . Your place absolutely exceeded our expectations of our idilic break away ! The cosiness and tasteful yet authentic decor, gave us a unique experience rather than just a night away - and to top it off a first class breakfast was just the best way to start our day ( especially when we were feeling a little worse for wear...). Not to add we eat right next to a toasty log fire ...Bliss. You made us feel at home and very welcome !!and were extra accommodating allowing an early check in and provided local taxi numbers which we really appreciated. Our family have already packed there bags to experience your tapas and tunes so we hope to see you again in the near future if you'll have us. Thank you so much. A stay we will remember :)

    Emily2019-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • A great base to explore the Pembrokeshire coast. Location couldn't be better and the breakfast was lovely. Recommend.

    Simon2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay. The room was small, but nice and clean. We had an awesome breakfast in the Café. We can really recommend the place to stay and enjoy the beautiful landscape around.

    Fabio2019-09-18T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place to stay in the centre of Newport, very clean, and all the staff were so helpful and accommodating. The breakfast included in the stay was delicious and plenty to choose from. We will definitely be back. Thank you Xx

    Katie2019-08-28T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Bed and breakfast


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Newport, Wales, United Kingdom

    Bright, airy studio flat with castle view and open fire. Located in the heart of Newport, steps from cafes, pubs, whole food shop etc, five minute walk to the coast path. Cyclists welcome! Secure bike storage. The flat is above a family friendly cafe geared up for the outdoor enthusiast. Bike parking, bouldering den, wood burning stove. Wholesome, simple food and great coffee. Amazing space.
    The flat is in the centre of Newport. All restaurants, cafes, pubs, galleries and shops are steps away.
  • I’ve stayed in Jana’s lovely apartment before and we had a great time again. It’s a perfect place to explore Newport and Pembrokeshire.

    Millie2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • Great location. Great host. Great apartment!

    Helen2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Great, clean little studio accommodation in the lovely small town of Newport. It's well-decorated and very well-equipped for a studio. The bathroom was clean and stylish, and shower was good. The beautiful fireplace is great for a cosy cold night in. Convenience store around the corner and places to eat nearby. Beautiful coastal walk nearby and short drive from other nice locations.

    Rhys2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • Repeat guests so that says it all. Thank you for hosting us again. We will be back! Lovely, stylish, cosy space centrally located in beautiful Newport.

    Sara2019-12-21T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay!

    Helen2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • A gorgeous place, stylish yet intimate. It is right in the centre of Newport with shops and pubs on your doorstep, along with the coastal path and breathtaking views.

    Natasha2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • We had a really nice relaxing holiday in a lovely place to stay! Everything was smooth and easy and the space itself was very nice!

    Brynach2019-10-31T00:00:00Z
  • Such a nice stylish atmospheric space here in this studio flat over the cafe with great coffee and food. Jana runs the cafe downstairs and is super friendly so you can ask her about anything you need.

    Penny2019-10-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Flat


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Built in 1901 for the local Baptist Church we have tried to keep as many Edwardian features as possible with a mix of modern, the bedroom is large with views over the gardens , Lota Park and the sea in the distance. The Ferry terminal is a 5 minute drive and it's a 10 minute walk to the coast. Pembrokeshire Coastal path and the Preseli Hills are nearby . Please note that the bathroom is separate and across the hallway from the bedroom. Biker friendly with secure parking available.
    Very spacious Edwardian house set in Fishguard High Street originally built for the Hermon Baptist Church and still retaining some original features , The Coastal path and Preseli hills are only a short distance away and the ferry terminal is only a 5 minute drive making it an ideal place for a stop over before your ferry or if you are returning from Ireland we will await your arrival You may have use of the wonderful gardens and seating areas and along with the TV in your room there is a seperate lounge you may use and if you would like to bring a takeaway back to eat in the dining room you are more than welcome ...Chinese , Indian and Fish and chips are only a short walk away Would particularly suit keen walkers and cyclists, or those attending the region's music, jazz and folk festivals and County fairs. We are biker friendly and you may have use of our garage so that your bike has secure parking , if you have mountain bikes we can store them around the rear of the house and also have a jet wash if you need one . The bathroom is very spacious with a Shower , deep bath and a toilet but it is not en suite but is situated across the landing, not shared
    Breathtaking local scenery, walks and close proximity to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and National Park. Quiet beaches. Fishguard and nearby Goodwick have a variety of good pubs and restaurants. There is a good supermarket approx. 5 minutes walk
  • Lovely old house basically in the centre of the town. Fishguard is beautiful with loads of character. Both Adrian and Jenny are really friendly and love a chat. Adrian even picked me up from the ferry, which was great.

    Janine2020-01-06T00:00:00Z
  • Adrian and Jen were extremely hospitable, welcoming and friendly hosts. They were very flexible and accommodating to us and our bikes and we had a very comfortable stay. They live very centrally in the town of Fishguard and were very generous with useful local info about where to eat and which roads to take. Breakfast is limited to cold self-service fare (cereal, fruit yoghurt, croissant) with hot toast if you’re lucky (we were!). A very good value B&B.

    Erica2019-10-19T00:00:00Z
  • Great old house! Adrian and Jen are super friendly, interesting people and they went out of their way to make our stay awesome.

    Jenna2019-10-09T00:00:00Z
  • Terrific stay! Adrian and Jen were most accommodating and very kind. The location was terrific for walkabouts and access to town highlights. Go to see the tapestry in the town hall it’s fabulous!!!!

    Gregory2019-09-29T00:00:00Z
  • You can plan on attentive hosts who provide thoughtful, warm hospitality. Adrian and Jen make every effort to ensure you are well taken care of: transport from/to the train, well appointed, sparkling clean bedroom and private bathroom, access to other areas of the house/garden, continental breakfast, and helpful local tourist information along with easy walking access to town from their home. Be assured, Adrian and Jen will take good care of you as their guests.

    Meta2019-09-25T00:00:00Z
  • Nice clean room with helpful hosts at a decenct location

    Rochelle2019-09-21T00:00:00Z
  • Thoroughly enjoyed our stay with Adrian & Jen, lovely spacious accommodation, spotless condition, extremely sociable & friendly hosts, superb private parking facility, would love to return in the near future.

    Clive2019-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • As advertised! Warm, friendly, great advice, close to downtown. Lovely space. VERY quick and helpful communications. Not to be missed!

    John2019-09-13T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Private room1 bed
    Jades
    Price:₹4,240/night
    76 reviews
    Superhost
    3 rooms are available in a house in Fishguard in North Pembrokeshire. Centrally situated yet only a few minutes to the Marine Walk and delightful coastal views. Near the Pembrokeshire coastal path, Gwaun Valley, Preseli Hills and lovely beaches. Bookings accepted for a minimum of 2 nights from May to September (inclusive). Also a minimum of 2 nights from Dec 31 to January 6. The house is shared with the owner who is prepared to provide a continental type breakfast for guests if required.
    One single, one twin and one double bedroom available (but not in July or August). One bathroom with shower + an extra downstairs WC. Cost is as advertised + £25 each for additional guests.
    The small market town of Fishguard is ideally located for the small beaches and coves of north Pembrokeshire as well as the famous coastal path. Inland is the unspoiled Gwaun Valley and the Preseli Hills which provided the stones for Stonehenge. The small cathedral city of St David's is less than 30 minutes drive and it is about 1 hour to Tenby and the sandy beaches in the south of the county.
  • Hellier was really easy to deal with and is a lovely welcoming host.

    Paul2020-03-12T00:00:00Z
  • Hellier is a gentleman, went out of his way to drop me to the train. Clean place, great value and handy location for ferry

    Jimmy2020-01-31T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay in Fishguard was last minute for NYE celebrations. Hellier was quick to reply to my communication and more than helpful in arranging our stay. He welcome was very warm, offering us tea and mince pies on arrival and sharing some history of the town with us and highlighting some sites to look out for whilst we were out. Would definitely stay here again and very much recommend to anyone else.

    Amanda2020-01-01T00:00:00Z
  • Cozy comfy place, Hellier made me feel at home. Was very helpful and generous with his time.

    Helen2019-12-11T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, especially in the case of the Stena ferry to Ireland getting cancelled. If it wasn’t for Hellier would have had to sleep in car, he was very accommodating and especially so last minute.

    Joanne2019-11-15T00:00:00Z
  • Hellier's hospitality is second to none, he kindly offered tea and coffee throughout my stay, and the breakfast was delicious. the comfortable room and bed were exactly what I needed after a hard day walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

    Floyd2019-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • Hellier is a fantastic host and truly very welcoming. He waited up till midnight and still offered us tea when we arrived! Breakfast was great in the cosy kitchen. We all slept like logs and will definitely be returning when we next catch the ferry to Rosslare.

    Caroline2019-10-03T00:00:00Z
  • Would recommend . Very comfortable and convenient.

    Shirley And Rusty2019-10-02T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    3

    Fishguard, Wales, United Kingdom

    There are some extra charges that you will need to select if they apply to you: - * Winter Fuel Charge - Winter Fuel Charges - £35 Per Week Why should you stay here? * Charming holiday cottage perched on the side of Angel Mountain * Stunning sea & mountain views over Newport Bay from the 1st-floor sitting room * Pet-friendly home with enclosed garden * Short Breaks welcome all year apart from Peak & Summer weeks (4 nights minimum) * 5-minute drive to Newport with excellent restaurants, pubs and shops * Wonderful walking country on the Coastal Path or along the ancient footpaths on the Preseli Hills Amenities: Bed Linen & Towels, Kitchen, heating, FREE internet access, Towels, Private parking, Pets are welcome, Free cot on request, Garden (Private), Parking, Baby cot, Family friendly; Bathroom: Washer dryer, shower, toilet; Bedroom: Pair of twin beds; Bedroom: king size bed; Kitchen: table and chairs, cooking hob, oven, microwave, fridge / freezer, Dishwasher, Cookware & Kitchen Utensils, Crockery & Cutlery; Living room: sofa, TV, DVD player;
    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Newport, United Kingdom

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