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Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Goodwick a través d'Airbnb

Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Goodwick a través d'Airbnb

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Allotjaments a Goodwick

Allotjaments a Goodwick
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.
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Llanychaer, Wales, Regne Unit

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.
  • La caseta de Florència és una meravellosa vista fantàstica, un barri tranquil i tranquil. Realment m'encanta aquest lloc, molt recomanable.

    Weizhou2018-07-23T00:00:00Z
  • El lloc de Florences és sorprenent. L'escapada tranquil i perfecta amb vistes meravelloses de la costa. Fàcil accés a Fishwick, St Davids, Solva. Molt recomanable.

    Tina2018-07-19T00:00:00Z
  • La nostra segona estada a Ty Isaf. Tan bonica com la primera. The Stable és una rara reserva a l'impressionant costa de Pembrokeshire. Si vas pel pintoresc, no et decebràs. Florència i Esteban són amfitrions perfectes. Molt recomanable.

    Rob2018-07-16T00:00:00Z
  • Gràcies per la gran estada amb tu. La ubicació i la vista són perfectes. A més, l'apartament està perfectament equipat i molt net. Definitivament estarem de tornada.

    Michael2018-07-14T00:00:00Z
  • Florència va ser un plaer tractar des del primer contacte. Ella va respondre a la meva sol·licitud de reserva i les preguntes posteriors ràpidament i completament. The Stable era increïble. Va estar en silenci per la nostra estada, una veritable "allunyament de tot". El cel nocturn és increïblement fosc aquí, i és un lloc excel·lent per anar a l'estel. Despertar-se amb el cel perfectament blau i una bella vista al mar va ser un autèntic plaer. Hi ha molt a fer a la zona, amb el camí de la costa a poca distància a peu, i molts llocs una mica més enllà. Una gran base per explorar West Wales, vam anar una mica més al sud cap a Abereiddy i nedar a la Laguna Blau (vaig saltar des de la plataforma alta de 10 metres que era intensa), i St Davids per veure la Catedral i un viatge en vaixell on ens va veure els dofins que es banyaven al costat del vaixell, els segells grisos i els farcits en abundància! The Stable està molt bé equipat, molt net i el bany és preciós. Una gran dutxa de passeig, un gran bany encantador i calefacció per terra radiant (no és que ho necessitem, ja que el clima era tan perfecte!). No puc faltar a The Stable, i definitivament anem a tornar.

    Steve2018-07-07T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutament impressionant lloc per allotjar-se amb vistes increïbles. Un ambient molt relaxant, només desaprofitat, no podíem quedar-nos més temps!

    Madelaine2018-07-04T00:00:00Z
  • Florència molt amablement em va permetre reservar The Stable com una sorpresa per als meus pares, i era complaent en tots els aspectes. Els meus pares van dir que no podrien faltar la seva estada, i em van encantar la vista. També van dir que els socis de Florència van rebre amabilitat quan no podien treballar la televisió, que era molt agradable d'ell. Definitivament recomano, gràcies de nou! :)

    Samantha2018-07-03T00:00:00Z
  • Vam tenir una estada encantadora al lloc de Florència: era la base perfecta per explorar Wales i la ubicació és bella. Les postes de sol que vam poder veure des del porxo van ser impressionants. La casa era preciosa i tenia tot el que necessitàvem: el bany era enorme i tan elegant. El llit era el més còmode en el qual ens hem allotjat (tant és que el meu xicot vol trobar i comprar el mateix matalàs!). Us recomanem que us allotgeu aquí a qualsevol que busqueu explorar Pembrokeshire i, sens dubte, tornarem la propera vegada que anem per un llarg cap de setmana.

    Lucy2018-07-01T00:00:00Z
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    Llanwnda, Wales, Regne Unit

    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.
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    Fishguard , Regne Unit

    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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    Dinas, Wales, Regne Unit

    Our newly refurbished annexe is situated on the outskirts of Goodwick and is a perfect base for exploring what beautiful Pembrokeshire has to offer. We are a two-minute drive from the ferry terminal to Ireland and Goodwick town in a very peaceful neighbourhood. We are in close proximity to beaches, the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, the Preseli Hills and bustling St.Davids and Tenby. Ideal for couples, Families with children and dogs.
    Off road parking for 1 or 2 cars Enclosed Garden with table and chairs and washing line Toys, books for children High chair on request Well equipped kitchen including a washing machine. Fridge but no freezer. Welcome tray on arrival includes tea, coffee, milk, sugar, bread, Welsh cakes. Local information provided.
    We are located in a peaceful part of Goodwick, ideally located for exploring the delights Pembrokeshire has to offer, or maybe you are looking for a close location for an overnight stay before you depart on the ferry to Ireland. We are within close distance to the ferry, beach, coast path, cinema, shops, pubs & restaurants. Carne Woods is situated behind the house, a lovely place to take a stroll and let your dog run free!
  • El lloc Sophies és ampli, tranquil i molt net, amb totes les coses que necessiteu. Em quedaria de nou si hi hauria al voltant. Gràcies !!

    Alberto2019-12-04T00:00:00Z
  • Un lloc fantàstic per allotjar-se. A tots ens va agradar molt.

    Paul2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • Vaig tenir una gran visita a l'oest de Gal·les.

    Gavin2019-11-17T00:00:00Z
  • Aquest va ser un lloc fantàstic per allotjar-se, ampli i acollidor. Sophie era molt flexible i acollidora. Especialment perquè es va cometre un error a la reserva: esperava una persona, però va rebre tres persones, però no va fer cap problema. Moltes gràcies!

    Ben2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • Finca molt neta i elegant. Tot i que s’admeten animals de companyia, no hi ha olors ni pèls de mascota. Tot el que necessiteu és aquí, els llits són còmodes i l’espai per a la vida és ampli per a quatre adults. La zona sembla tranquil·la, però no esteu lluny de la civilització. M'encantaria quedar-me aquí de nou.

    Gina2019-11-09T00:00:00Z
  • Airbnb, meravellós i autònom. Bona ubicació per accedir fàcilment al camí de ruta de la costa. Calent i càlid, un cop resolt el petit problema amb l'electricitat, es va resoldre ràpidament. Llits còmodes. Excel·lent comunicació amb els amfitrions. Gràcies, estaria encantat de tornar a visitar-lo.

    Liz2019-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • Allotjament molt ben equipat i netament impecable. Llit molt còmode. Gran zona de jardí posterior tancada i resistent per al nostre gos. És bo que tingui alguns esmorzars de benvinguda, com ara llet fresca, mantega, pa i pastissos definits. Moltes esperances de tornar a visitar.

    Colette2019-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • Annex molt net i còmode. Gràcies per les coques gal·leses!

    Charlie2019-10-11T00:00:00Z
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    Goodwick, Pembrokeshire, Regne Unit

    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
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    Pembrokeshire, Wales, Regne Unit

    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.
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    Stop and Call, Wales, Regne Unit

    Tŷ Glas is a comfortable and modern 3 bedroom house within walking distance of the ferry, beach, Pembrokeshire coastal path, cinema, shops, pubs and restaurants in a beautiful part of Pembrokeshire. There is also access to a dry, lockable space to store bikes on request.
    There is two double bedrooms, one single and a sofa bed available on request at an extra cost of £10. Cot, high chair, toys etc also available on request at no extra cost. Towels are provided, as is a welcome tray consisting of tea, coffee, milk and welshcakes. Hampers are also available on request. Cooked breakfast hamper, continental breakfast hamper, children’s hamper, all locally sourced where possible. Please message for details and cost.
    Tŷ Glas is situated in Fishguard which is lovely and friendly community on the Pembrokeshire coastline.
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    Sir Benfro, Cymru, Regne Unit

    Experiències populars a Pembrokeshire

    Experiències populars a Pembrokeshire

    Allotjaments populars

    Allotjaments populars
    Situated on the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, this terraced house is definitely a home away from home. Deceptively spacious, this is the perfect base for your family holiday. The neighbourhood is quiet and there are breath taking views 50m from the house and a variety of coastal walks nearby. Behind the house are some ancient burial chambers and some more stunning scenery.
    The accommodation comprises off road parking for 1 vehicle and an enclosed garden. Wifi is included in the price. The house has a variety of toys and books for small children for rainy days. There are also a few things suitable for adults. Nythfa is well equipped and has a pancake maker for a nice holiday breakfast treat! It also has a slow cooker, so you can return to a delicious home cooked meal after a busy day exploring. The house also has an upstairs shower, or treat yourself to a relaxing Jacuzzi bath
    The house is at the top of a hill, which is surrounded by both the local train station and ferry to Ireland, for those looking a day out which is further afield. There is also a beach and a lovely park for children to play. The local bus passes the house throughout the day, if you do not have your own transport. There are also several cafes, restaurants and pubs close by. Within a mile there is a cinema, swimming pool and library (with computer access). There is also a breath taking walk around the marine and stunning views of Lower Town and the old fort. Pembrokeshire has a variety of beaches, walks, castles and family days out, making it perfect for everyone!
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    Goodwick, Wales, Regne Unit

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

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

    A newly renovated semi detached holiday home right on the Pembrokeshire coastal path for easy accessibility to enjoy scenic walks. Modern, light house with great views out of bifold doors of the Irish Sea. Walking distance to Goodwick, beachfront, the harbour, train station and shops.
    The property is open plan downstairs, light and with wonderful sea views out of the bifold doors which lead to a large deck area and astroturfed garden. It's a quiet area and perfect for couples and families either looking for a quiet relaxing get away or a family break near the sea. Downstairs comprises of open plan modern kitchen, dining, living room area with bifold doors to the rear of the house. There is a mounted TV, books, DVDs, games and toys. The kitchen has newly fitted appliances - oven, hob, washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer. Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms with double beds & a 3rd bedroom with twin beds. Bed linen and towels are provided and will be made for arrival. The bathroom which has a shower over the bath is also upstairs. Heating and hot water is via thermostat and easy to use. There is ample parking to the front and rear of the property. *Goodwick* Down the steep hill you will find the beach front and break water and a selection of amenities. Pubs, Tesco, cafe, garage, news agents, doctors, hairdressers, fish and chips and ocean front cafe. The neighbouring town Fishguard has selection of shops, restaurants and historical information. Lower Fishguard is very picturesque and ideal for Kayaking, crabbing, boating. There is a cafe and the old fort above. J3 restaurant has had great reviews and the Royal Oak often has live music. St David’s is about a 20 minute drive and Porthgain with The Sloop inn is worth a stop. Also Aberiddy beach and The Blue Lagoon. Here you will find many coastal activities.
    The street is quiet and friendly. With a short work down to Goodwick which has bars, cafes, post office, pharmacy, restaurants. Goodwick seafront is a great spot for families with the sandy beach, beach park, areas for crabbing and fishing, the ocean lab and soft play area. Located near the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path this is a perfect location for walkers and cyclists.
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    Goodwick, Wales, Regne Unit

    Penmeiddyn is a five bedroom farmhouse retreat centre set in three and a half acres of private and secluded gardens and woodland. What makes Penmeiddyn so unique is its subtle blend of quiet rustic charm tucked within a gentle roaming valley. A secluded and quiet idyll carved beneath ancient burial chambers and rocky tors, only two miles from the pebbled and sandy beaches and rugged coastline near to Fishguard.
    The space you will be using is a small self-contained part of the five bedroom farmhouse retreat centre. You will have your own private entrance, bedsitting room, kitchen and bathroom. There will be outside seating and dining areas for guests.
    Permeiddyn nestles alongside the North Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, a natural conservation area, providing a powerful catalyst for ones' creative impulses. Traditionally Penmeiddyn was a small dairy farm set amongst a landscape of craggy moorland, standing stones and dolmen, an area that has long been a magnet for healing and mystical pilgrimages.
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    Manorowen, Wales, Regne Unit

    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
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    Pembrokeshire, Wales, Regne Unit

    Private room1 llit
    Jades
    Preu:€50/nit
    76 avaluacions
    Superhost
    3 bed stone cottage that sits in a scenic elevated position above the town of Goodwick, close to the wonderful Wales coastal path and also very convenient for the ferry to Rosslare Ireland. It was one of the 3 original properties built in the area, dating to 1770. A good base for exploring Pembrokeshire year-round.
    There are two receptions; A sitting room to the right with flat screen JVC TV/DVD combo, books/games etc. On the left is the dining room accommodating six at the table, and a small nook with a Yamaha home organ. Wifi is included and the router is also located in the dining room. Both have electric fire places. A small step up leads into a hallway and the fully equipped kitchen, which has a newer washer/dryer combo and an American style fridge. Kitchen back door leads to a large completely enclosed garden safe for children. There is a pub style bench, Chimnea fire, and a patio set/umbrella (stored in the garden shed during winter). The cushions for the patio set are stored in the airing cupboard. Back inside the house; the hallway has an attractive wood/glass partition that leads to the mid level bathroom and stairs. Bathroom has full bath, power shower and an elegant vanity unit. In the airing cupboard you will find spare sheets, towels, high chair, clothes horse, ironing board etc. Upstairs are three bedrooms, each offering pleasant views. Master bedroom has a double bed, second bedroom has wooden bunk beds (new 2019) and one single bed, and the third bedroom a single bed. The property is best for max 4 adults, and the bunks for children (although adults can of course also sleep on the bunks if req'd). Linen and towels are provided, and the beds are made up for your arrival. Central heating and hot water is controlled via a Nest thermostat, so easy to operate and plenty of hot water on demand. Off road parking for 2/3 cars is provided at the front. The property is easy to find; Drive as if you are going to the ferry terminal, go around the roundabout and straight on until you come to the Rose & Crown pub. Turn left there (Quay Rd) and proceed right up to the top of the hill, and as you round the bend at the top, the property will be directly in front of you. The Coastal Path, voted in the National Geographic one of the finest walks in the world starts a mile away, and is a great place to begin, either heading down toward St Davids, or the other way toward Newport, Cardigan etc. Strumble Head (3 miles away) is one of the top 3 bird watching places in the UK. Pembrokeshire is blessed with some excellent restaurants and pubs, galleries and craft shops, guided walks, ancient stone circles and cromlechs; miles of sandy beaches; the Fishguard tapestry; bike and horse riding and water sports etc..
    There are three pubs at the bottom of the hill, one in particular (Rose & Crown) completely refurbished and offering excellent food. Also a village shop/post office, hairdressers, fish and chip shop and a Tesco express and Spar just further down for those essentials. Goodwick beach is a 15 minute walk (or 5 min drive) and has an outdoor playground. There is also a cafe with an indoor playroom for babies and toddlers. You also have the ferry to Ireland just at the bottom of the hill which can add a further option to your stay.
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    Goodwick, Wales, Regne Unit

    Welcome to my place on the North Pembrokeshire Coastal Path! Overlooking Fishguard & Goodwick harbour with miles of stunning coastline as a backdrop, this is an ideal setting for anyone seeking some peace & quiet in a safe & friendly neighbourhood. Cân-Y-Môr has a double & a twin bedroom upstairs & a single bedroom downstairs. The family Shower room & toilet is upstairs & there's a downstairs toilet. There is a spacious lounge/diner, kitchen, sunroom, patio & pebbled garden and a driveway.
    My place is idealy situated on the edge of the oustandingly beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The coastal path, a walker's paradise, runs through my neighbourhood. Down the hill and within a mile are restaurants, cafes, bars, small cinema/ theatre, art galleries, churches, shops, post office, chemists, a library, sandy beaches, hill ranges, historic sites, a leisure centre, a Spa & much more, there's something for everyone! The local bus service runs hourly to and from here connecting with buses on Fishguard square. There are taxi services locally. The Tourist Information Centre is located in Fishguard Town Hall.
    Harbour Village is a peaceful, friendly and safe place to be where residents are welcoming and helpful. It was originally built around 1900 to house the workers building the railway and harbour. These days, the houses are all or mostly privately owned and lived in. Many of the residents have lived here for over fifty years. There are some food shops, a Post Office, ATM, bars and restaurants at the bottom of the hill in Goodwick and there are many more a mile away in Fishguard which also has a Farmer's market on Saturdays where you can buy local produce. You can walk down the hill to Goodwick or catch a bus. Large supermarkets and high street stores such as Marks & Spencer & Debenhams can be found in Haverfordwest, about 15 miles south. Cardigan with a variety of small shops and supermarkets is about 18 miles north. With the coming of the railway, Goodwick beach quickly became a destination for day trippers and holiday makers from industrial towns in South Wales. In the past Goodwick had its own important industries - brickmaking and fishing. These days it is mostly a residential and unspoilt tourist area, being on the edge of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Some small scale fishing still takes place, mostly from the pretty Lower Town harbour which can be seen looking right from bedroom 2, upstairs. Goodwick Sands is where the defeated French invasion force assembled prior to surrendering on 24 February 1797. The last invasion treaty was signed in The Royal Oak tavern which is still open on Fishguard Square and a Last Invasion Tapestry can be viewed in the town hall opposite. Just behind the houses on the opposite side of the street are three small Neolithic cromlechs which can be reached via a footpath near the entrance to Harbour Village. At Goodwick Seafront the Ocean Lab has activities for children including exploring the beach as a habitat and recording sightings of flora and fauna. It also has a small aquarium. There is a café/restaurant there too.
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    Pembrokeshire, Wales, Regne Unit

    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, Regne Unit

    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
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    Newport, Regne Unit

    Perfectly situated within Fishguard town with easy walking access to all amenities. The apartment is less than 10minutes drive away from the Stena ferry terminal, and with keybox access it is ideal for any unforseen delays. A well proportioned second floor apartment with unrivalled sea views. The kitchen is equipped with kettle toaster, microwave & fridge. Cutlery, crockery and utensils are all available together with tea towels. Fresh ground coffee, tea, sugar and milk will all be provided.
    Surround yourselves in the charm of Fishguard. With easy walking access to all the pubs, bars and restaurants you are perfectly situated to enjoy all our coastal town has to offer. Come and marvel at the exquisite tapestry depicting The Last Invasion displayed in The Town Hall before enjoying a drink and a meal in the famous Royal Oak where the peace treaty was signed between France and Great Britain in 1797. This is a great link with information on the area. https://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/articles/48-hours-in-fishguard
    This is a lovely residential street away from the town centre but within easy walking distance of both Fishguard and Lower Town. Parking is available street side. Fishguard is rapidly becoming a little foodie hub with some great eateries. Check out The Gourmet Pig deli for the best coffees and tapas style lunches, Hooked@21 for award winning Fish and chips and JT@No.3 for amazing fine dining. At the weekend you will love Ffrwn for their champagne and oyster bar, fabulous brunches and woodfired Pizza in the evening.
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    Pembrokeshire, Wales, Regne Unit

    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.
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    Pembrokeshire, Wales, Regne Unit

    Our place is close to great views, beaches and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. You’ll love our place because of the convenience to Pembrokeshire's beautiful coastline and the Preseli hills. Our place is good for couples, families (with kids) and furry friends (pets).
    There are 3 local pubs, a Bistro and a cafe that are a ten minute walk from the house. Goodwick beach is a 15 minute walk from the house and has an outdoor playground. There is also a cafe with an indoor playroom for babies and toddlers. There is a Tesco Express near the beach and a local convenience store on Goodwick Main Street.
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    Goodwick, Wales, Regne Unit

    wonderfully restored 400 year old semi detached farmhouse in a secluded location in north Pembrokeshire. exposed stone walls and maple wood flooring thru out. wood fired central heating and hot water with mains electric backup. LED lighting and many mains power points. I am away in Peru for 2 months January/February 2018, the house is available for that period, ideally I am looking for just 1 letting in that period. a great place to relax, write, compose... walk and enjoy the countryside..
    great winter retreat, sit by the fire and put your feet up...
    the house id semi detached but totally private, there are 5 barns being converted oppsite, so there are a couple of vans every day during the week with some constuction noises, however they will be working inside the barns mailny duirng the winter. nice people..
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    Saint Nicholas, Wales, Regne Unit

    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.
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    Dinas Cross, Wales, Regne Unit

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

    Ideal for couples or a small family wishing to explore Pembrokeshire and Cardiganshire with castles, beaches, pretty villages and more.. Ground Floor: Entrance hall: With storage room. Separate toilet.. First Floor: Living room: With 32’’ Freeview Smart TV, DVD player and CD player. Kitchen/dining room: With electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.. Second Floor: Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed, 24" Freeview TV, DVD player and CD player. Bedroom 2: With single bed. Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.. Gas central heating (underfloor in bathroom), gas, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Welcome pack. . Courtyard (shared with other properties on-site). Private parking fo 1 car. No smoking.. Brodog Hideaway is centrally located within the historic harbour town of Fishguard and a stone’s throw from the village of Goodwick on the superb north Pembrokeshire coastline. The semi-detached property is set within a mews style courtyard of similar properties with a large communal area. Set over three floors, the property has a bright and airy living room that has been lovingly furnished, and is perfect to relax in after a busy day’s sightseeing. The spacious kitchen, with open plan dining area, is perfect for cooking that special meal. A generous storage room in the hallway is ideal for suitcases boots and other equipment. On the second floor is a family bathroom and two spacious bedrooms which have been thoughtfully decorated throughout and offer a great space for a good night’s sleep. Fishguard offers most amenities and the property is within walking distance of restaurants, bars, boutique and craft shops and many watersports in the harbour. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is 5 minutes’ walk away, and Brodog Hideaway is situated midway between St David’s, the famous, smallest city of West Wales, and the market town of Cardigan. At St David’s you can visit the magnificent cathedral and Bishops’ Palace. You can even enjoy some locally sourced produce in the restaurant within these stunning grounds. Be sure to browse the plethora of craft and gift shops or take a boat trip around Ramsey, Skomer and Grassholm Islands with a vast array of wildlife to be seen. Travel north to Cardigan where you can visit the castle with 900 years of history waiting to be discovered. Be sure also to catch the farmers’ market here to get some local delicacies. Travelling along the coastline don’t miss Newport Sands, Abercastle and Abereiddy which offer wonderful seaside coves, beaches and some fantastic scenery. A great day out is to the famous walled town of Tenby complete with its award winning beach, cobbled streets and picturesque harbour. Or you may prefer Folly Farm Zoo and Oakwood, Wales’ largest theme park for those thrill seekers. For exploring further afield, the train station and the ferry port, offering services to Ireland, are located only 1½ miles away. Beach 1 mile. Shop 100 yards, pub and restaurant 500 yards. Free WiFi
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    Fishguard, Wales, Regne Unit

    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.
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    Dinas Cross, Wales, Regne Unit

    Mallards is a recently renovated semi-detached Victorian villa, looking directly across Fishguard Bay. The top floor private loft apartment has modern facilities and sea views. The house is a 2 minute walk from the Coastal Path, yet close to shops, ATMs, pubs & restaurants, and the nearby local beach. Both the Rosslare ferry and the railway station are a short walk away. Mallards is perfectly located for exploring North Pembrokeshire and is a 30 minute car/bus ride to the Cathedral of St Davids
    The top floor private loft apartment is accessed via the main entrance to the house and the shared staircase which has four flights of stairs. There is a fire escape one flight down from the apartment. The word 'loft' indicates that the apartment is at the very top of the house, however as you will discover from looking at the photographs the three rooms are spacious rather than cooped up. It has been very recently refurbished with a brand new kitchenette and bathroom and comprises: A good size bedroom with sea view having a king size sleigh bed, wardrobe, two chests of drawers and a low table to put your suitcase on. The bedroom window has a white venetian blind. A private bathroom with bath, separate power shower cubicle, wc and bidet, heated towel rail - there is also a washing machine in the eaves cupboard. A spacious open plan lounge with sea view, containing a large L-shaped sofa and armchair as well as a 42" smart tv. The dining and kitchen area, with velux windows facing the garden, has a built in hob and oven with extractor fan above. The units also have a sink and integral dishwasher whilst there is a separate fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster. The kitchenette is well equipped for a self catering stay. The dining table can also be used as a workspace and the property has a fast wi-fi broadband connection. There is free parking on the road in front of the property and the main door is accessed via a flight of steps from the road.
    As well as its own local beach - Goodwick Sands, coastal walks and historical sites, Goodwick is also centrally located to explore North Pembrokeshire. If you are travelling without a car, Haverfordwest, the cathedral city of St Davids, Newport and Cardigan are all accessible by bus. The bus services Stumble Shuttle, Celtic Coaster and Puffin Shuttle all link up to give access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path between May and mid September. The Strumble Shuttle continues to run on Thursdays after mid September. Ocean Lab on the Parrog at Goodwick Sands, is home to the Sea Trust, a marine conservation group. You are able to visit their Sea Mor aquarium, which offers an insight into the marine wildlife living around Fishguard Bay. Music Festivals: Goodwick and Fishguard across the bay host a Folk Festival in May, International Music Festival in July and Abberjazz in August. The Theatre Gwaun (an independent cinema) is a 1.4 mile walk from the house. Celebrating New Year's Eve in Fishguard Square is an event not to be missed!
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    Pembrokeshire, Wales, Regne Unit

    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.
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    Fishguard, Wales, Regne Unit

    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.
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    Private room


    Tipus de propietat

    Bed and breakfast


    Capacitat

    2


    Dormitoris

    1

    Dinas Cross, Wales, Regne Unit

    A tranquil and secluded getaway to the Pembrokeshire coast, with beautiful walks and views all around. Close to the sea and clifftops in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Footpaths lead from the door in all directions to wonderful scenery, seal colonies, and at night the stars. There are no street lamps here and the nights are very dark and still. Great for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers, families and pets.
    An upside down Welsh cottage. The surrounding views - rolling hills, the sea, and at night Strumble Head lighthouse, the moon and the stars - can be gazed at from the four large windows in the open plan upstairs kitchen and living room areas. It's like being up a homely treehouse! In the summer swallows often nest under the roof, amusing to watch from the kitchen windows, as are the lambs in the field at the back. Book Little House by the Sea here and have the whole place to yourselves. A stunningly peaceful retreat; or a solo, romantic or family adventure holiday.
    Llanwnda is a very peaceful and friendly hamlet near Strumble Head lighthouse.
    Tipus d'habitació

    Casa/pis sencers


    Tipus de propietat

    Casa rural


    Capacitat

    5


    Dormitoris

    3

    Llanwnda, Wales, Regne Unit

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

    Casa/pis sencers


    Tipus de propietat

    Casa de vacances


    Capacitat

    5


    Dormitoris

    2

    Goodwick, Regne Unit

    Welcome to Treseisyllt Farm B&B, a historical area where the first known dwelling dates back to 1346. This comfortable double room in the renovated 200-year old farmhouse enjoys sweeping views over unspoilt countryside. Located within Pembrokeshire National Park, it's within minutes walking of the world-famous coastal path extending hundreds of miles in each direction, and the secluded beaches of Aberbach and Abermawr. An ideal base to escape the city and begin your exploration of Pembrokeshire
    *For larger groups, we also offer an additional en-suite bedroom in the house which sleeps 2-3, a spacious caravan which sleeps up to 6, and a vast 'nearly wild' camping field to bring your own tent/caravan or rent a large bell tent. Please enquire about any of the above if you're interested in more information. The house is located within 40 glorious acres, including a large camping field with picnic tables, barbeque grills, and fire pits, which guests are welcome to use. From here you can see magnificent sea views towards St. Davids and Ramsey Island and the world renowned Pembrokehire Coastal Path. You can enjoy walks along the cliffs, dramatic sunsets over the sea, starry night skies free from light polution, spectacular birds and drifts of wildflowers all around. Two beautiful beaches are within 10 minutes walking distance: Aberbach is perfect for swimming, kayaking, fishing or watching the sunset, while Abermawr offers wonderful surfing depending on weather conditions. Migrating birds, porpoises and dolphins around Strumble Head are some of the special sights in this part of Wales. In the autumn, seal pups are born in the quiet coves nearby. Environmentally concerned guests may appreciate that the house has solar panels, a charging point for electric vehicles, and full recycling opportunities. Dogs welcome with prior arrangement.
    Tregwynt Woolen Mill, with a free museum, shop, and family-friendly cafe is a 15-minute walk away.
    Tipus d'habitació

    Private room


    Tipus de propietat

    Allotjament agrícola


    Capacitat

    2


    Dormitoris

    1

    Saint Nicholas, Wales, Regne Unit

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