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Troba llocs on allotjar-te a St Davids a través d'Airbnb

Troba llocs on allotjar-te a St Davids a través d'Airbnb

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Lloguers vacacionals a St Davids

Allotjaments a St Davids

Allotjaments a St Davids
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

    The Tree House is elevated and built amongst the tree tops. It has a cosy, spacious and light ambience . A short walk through a wooded valley, following a pretty stream with a mill pond leads to a quiet and sheltered cove that's good for swimming with a natural diving pool in the rocks refilled with every tide. Or enjoy the spectacular views of the Pembrokeshire National Park. Please note, bookings between 18th July and 29th August 1 week minimum changeover on Saturday.
    The unique location and access to the coastal path and cove is a great draw. There is a sense of being in the trees as it’s built on the side of a National Trust valley which holds the highest conservation status. Also, check out our famous tree swing, just below the property. We moved here because we can just walk out of the house with a cup of tea in hand and stroll to the headland in minutes, stepping into wilderness. My dream was to live in a place with nothing between me and the sea.
    The house is 5 minutes drive to St Davids, Britain's smallest city, which has numerous restaurants, cafe's, activity centres including some of the best surfing in the UK and heritage sites. The village of Solva, also 5 mins drive or 20 mins walk, is considered one the prettiest harbour villages in the UK with pubs and shops for visitors as well as boating facilities. You can walk to both along the spectacular coast path and get a regular bus back to the Pink House. Guide Book for The Pink House/Tree House and Shepherds Hut This is by no means an exhaustive list of the places I love to visit or eat and drink in: Solva: Mam gu – Amazing Welsh cakes baked on the premises. Lots of different flavours as well as the traditional version. Based on a recipe passed down in the owners family. Also lovely coffee and a variety of herbal teas as well as food. The Lavender Café in Raoul Speeks Gallery. Eat delicious homemade cakes and drinks surrounded by art and Heather’s photo’s. Strong Cuban influence infused with Welsh flavours. Back coast road between St Davids and Croesgoch near Berea. Perennial Garden and Café SA62 6DB – Newly opened and my very favourite place at the moment. Very interesting range of coffees and teas. My daughter had coffee from Lake Atitlan in Guatamala (having swum in this sacred lake on her Gap Year) and I had Earl Grey with Blue Flowers. The tasty sandwiches came with organic salad. You can also buy bags of salad and the most beautiful bunches of flowers. I’ve decided to cycle across the Dowrog Common to get there next time I visit. The Druidstone SA62 3NE 01437 781221 I have always loved “The Dru” as it is affectionately known. A hotel set on cliffs overlooking St Brides Bay. The beach below is accessed down a steep winding path with the best rock pools for blennies we’ve found. Eat in the posh restaurant and watch the sunset or in the cellar bar where you can choose to sit outside on the terrace or in the walled garden. Full of art work and host for various music and drama events. Porthgain Interesting walks through fascinating industrial architecture and coastal walks where you hear and catch sight of Grey Atlantic seal pups with their mothers. http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/explore-pembrokeshire/wildlife-and-nature/seal-watching/ Here you can visit the Sloop Pub which has a great outdoor sun trap of a terrace. Watch your children playing on the green as you relax and catch the last rays of the setting sun. Or get fish and chips from The Shed – a restaurant that specialises in local freshly caught fish. Nearby is The Blue Lagoon. Enjoy cliff jumping here, the site of the Red Bull championships. Learn how to jump safely first please – google it! My sons friend dislocated both his shoulders by not taking due care. Llys Meddyg - Newport http://www.llysmeddyg.com/ Well worth the 45min trip up the coast for an outstanding meal in the restaurant or cellar bar or outside in the garden. Children and dog friendly. Great art and ceramics. I am bias of course because my daughter Louise and her husband Ed own the hotel and restaurant / Ceramics by Adam Buick http://www.adambuick.com/ (son-in-law)/Art by a selection of the best artists in Pembrokeshire. While you are there visit The Witches Cauldron, an extraordinary geological feature https://www.coastalcottages.co.uk/things-to-do-in-pembrokeshire/witches-cauldron/538/ . On a calm day swim through the caves and arches at low tide. And of course visit Whitesands Bay – café and amenities have not spoilt the natural beauty of this wonderful beach. Watc the local surfers zoom down to the beach when they hear the surfs up. I love the walk to St Davids Head from Whitesands. If you’re feeling energetic walk around Carnliddi or up and over the top. See if you can spot the cromlechs that are littered around – a slight exaggeration! On our little hand written map , where Wrecks are written check out this story http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/621818. The 3 tugs were shipwrecked in 1981 the year before we moved here. My children loved playing on them and its well worth a scramble down the well worn (though not obvious) cliff path to see how the beach is strewn with tortured metal from the tugs. Talking about which- in the inaccessible cove beyond Elephants Head (written about by a travel writer in the 50’s as a place that tourists will flock to in the future like they do to Wookey Hole in The Cheddar Gorge) you may spy smugglers steps hewn into the promontory on the Solva side – my children tell me now how they used to climb down them (my blood runs cold at the thought)!! And before I finish this weeney guide book – I want to tell you how I told my daughter off for exaggerating when she said that the sea was really warm in the cove. I had to apologise because I was astonished to find that it was – and I am a real coldy custard. Because the south facing cove has pillars of black rock that get warmed during the day if the tide’s out, they act like storage radiators and warm the water significantly when the tide comes in at the end of the afternoon. (you’ve got to get the conditions just right though) I hope this gives you a taste of this lovely area and what it has to offer. Please let us know in the guest book what you have enjoyed during your stay here.
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    Solva, Regne Unit

    The Cwtch, a modern compact studio apartment in a converted outbuilding set in the grounds of a secluded property close to the Rising Sun Inn approximately 1.5 miles from Haverfordwest on the A487 to St.Davids, 6 miles to the spectacular Newgale beach and coastal path makes this an ideal stay for walkers.
    The building is yours for the duration, just relax and enjoy the local area. The kitchenette has a kettle, microwave, a two ring hot plate, fridge and washing machine. There is a lovely pub open down the road if you don't fancy cooking. Tea, coffee, milk and toiletries are provided. Wifi is available.
    This is a really relaxing area just off the main road to St Davids and 5 minutes outside Haverfordwest it is very peaceful and quiet. Six miles from the coast and a great central location from which to explore the Pembrokeshire National Park.
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    Pelcomb Bridge, Wales, Regne Unit

    Walk down the wooded valley right from the back door of this restored historic miner's cottage. Period features like flagstone floors and beamed, vaulted ceilings meet contemporary conveniences such as underfloor heating and a free-standing tub.
    A lovely spacious cottage with rustic Pembrokeshire character situated right next to the coast. Two double bedrooms, open plan living area, large kitchen and spacious veranda. The cottage is located close to Nolton Haven, Newgale, Little haven and druidston beach. All of which have pubs and restaurants to suit your needs. The cottage accommodates 4 people. There is a good sized master bedroom with amazing views and a kingsized bed. There is a second bedroom with a comfy double bed with an ensuite bathroom. Both bedrooms have adequate storage and hanging space for clothes. The main bathroom has a stand alone bath, which is great for relaxing. The cottage has an office room which could accommodate an extra guest on a sofa bed. The kitchen is fitted with a cooker, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, coffee machine and all necessary utensils. The open plan living room has a comfy sofa, a "42" flat screen TV, record player, books to browse through and a range of board games. The cottage has under floor heating, access to wifi, internet connection and use of a washing machine and dryer. Overlooking the flowery meadow is the south facing veranda which is perfect for watching the dramatic coastal sunsets. The cottage is situated by national trust woodland, so it is not uncommon to see birds of prey, foxes and the residential barn owl.
    Situated in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park and surrounded by National Trust land, Carren Bach cottage is part of the Southwood Estate. Spot all kinds of wildlife, surf, and discover numerous nearby villages, pubs, and restaurants.
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    Pembrokeshire, Wales, Regne Unit

    Charming, well equipped stone cottage for up to 4 people in a peaceful part of the Pembrokeshire countryside only 12 minutes drive from the coast. The Stables has been modernised to maximise light , space and comfort whilst retaining character . The cottage makes an excellent base to explore the beautiful coastline at any time of year being both light and airy in summer whilst warm and cozy in winter. FOR YOUR COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE WE OFFER UNLIMITED LOGS AND KINDLING PLUS LATE CHECKOUT.
    The Stables is an end of terrace cottage converted from a stable block . Although small and compact the accommodation provides exceptionally comfortable accommodation for up to 4 people . Tastefully decorated in hues of white, grey and blue with natural materials such as wood, stone and slate incorporated into the design scheme, the cottage is light and deceptively spacious. High quality furnishings and fittings have been chosen to maximise comfort. Extra features such as a tapestry welsh blanket, locally designed cushions, pottery and prints add character and warmth. Bedroom 1: Features a king size bed with a quality mattress ,a feather duvet and pillows ( non -allergenic synthetic bedding is available on request) A fitted, full height wardrobe and large shelves provide ample storage. The room is heated by a large electric radiator. A window opens onto a pretty flower bed. Bedroom 2: Accessed by a steep, ladder style staircase ( note- may not be suitable for younger children or less mobile adults ) Features include two single beds with feather duvets and pillows . A small television is available for guests who wish to bring a games console or to watch DVDs. There are two small sets of drawers for storage. A dormer window opens onto the communal garden to the rear of the property. A trap door operated by pully opens onto the main living area to connect the space , increase the flow of light and provide privacy as required. Bed linen and towels are provided. Kitchen and living area: Directly accessed from the garden the open plan kitchen/ living area sits within a space reaching into the apex of the beamed stable roof. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units containing everything you might need for a short or long stay. There is a large fridge freezer, a washing machine/dryer and dishwasher plus ample cutlery, crockery, glasses, pots, pans and utensils The living area features a wood burning stove, a dining table with four chairs, a large, squashy feather filled sofa and armchair*, stools as extra seating/ occasional tables, TV, Amazon Fire stick , DVD player, shelves stacked with books, maps, DVDs and local information . Extras include a vinyl record player and a Bluetooth speaker with radio. The lighting is operated by dimmers and there are lamps to further create a relaxed and subdued mood. Bathroom: Slate tiled bathroom with modern power shower , toilet and basin . There is a full length mirror and a large, independently operated radiator to keep the room warm. The cottage is insulated making it comfortable for use all year round. The efficient wood burning stove ensures that the main living space and mezzanine are cosy on the coldest of winter nights and the bedroom and bathroom are kept warm by built in electric radiators. There are extra blankets, hot water bottles and fan heaters in case of a particularly cold snap. A basket of logs, kindling and fire lighters will be available on arrival. Outside Space:The Stables opens onto a private gravelled garden /seating area surrounded by flower beds. There is wooden bench hand built by a local carpenter .Two bistro sets plus reclining chairs are available for use . The garden captures the morning and afternoon sun- great for a morning coffee or lunch. The communal lawn behind the property gets the last of the day's sun and is an excellent place to relax and listen to the birds on one of our zero gravity recliners. *Please note that the 'Cloud' sofa is squashy and low slung by design-it won't suit everyone . .
    Rogeston is situated in a secluded rural location on a quiet country lane just three miles from the sea and the National Park yet only five miles from the supermarkets and amenities of Haverfordwest. Druidstone, Nolton , Broadhaven and Newgale are our nearest beaches. Being more or less mid way along the Pembrokeshire coast, Rogeston is ideally located for exploring all of the county with its beautiful beaches and attractions for all ages including highlights such as the picturesque seaside town of Tenby and the tiny city of St Davids with its stunning cathedral. There are numerous options for walkers including the spectacular coastal path which runs the length of the Pembrokeshire coast. Woodlands , mountains and estuary rivers provide alternative scenery for walking or cycling. In the spring and summer months a wildlife spotting boat trip to one of the islands is a must. For eating and drinking we are lucky to have the famously quirky Druidstone Hotel with its relaxed and welcoming bar and restaurant ( look out for the regular 'Feast' nights ) only an 8 minute drive or a 45 minute walk from the cottage. The sea view from the garden and restaurant is glorious - the perfect place to watch the sun go down or for a winter lunch. Despite the region's attractions traffic jams are few and far between. Beaches are never overcrowded even in the summer months making Pembrokeshire an ideal destination for a seaside holiday without the crowds. Information leaflets and recommendations are available in the cottage.
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    Pembrokeshire, Regne Unit

    Spacious unspoiled period home with light airy rooms having all original features affords comfortable accommodation in a quiet location, set back from the main road yet close to the centre of St Davids, Wales' smallest city. Breakfast is included with a selection of home made preserves available and tea/coffee making facilities which can be used anytime in the guests private dining room. Please see our other room/listing for more availability (Period home in centre of St Davids)
    A chance to experience living in an impressive, original 1880 period house in the heart of Wales' smallest city.
    St Davids is surrounded by the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast Path, only a short walk away which is listed in the top ten coastal walks in the World by National Geographic.
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    Saint David's, Regne Unit

    With coastal walks galore and friendly local pubs within walking distance, the Old Grove Bakery is an ideal destination whatever the season. Located in the heart of St Davids and just a short walk from the Cathedral. Treat yourself to a well-deserved break that promises to be full of coastal walks, truly spectacular scenery and magical memories at this traditional Welsh Cottage.
    Set right in the heart of St Davids, Britain’s Smallest City, The Old Grove Bakery is the ideal base for those wanting to make the most of this lively ‘village’ and this dramatic part of North Pembrokeshire. Features ● Parking for 1 car ● Central St Davids Location ● Log Burning Stove ● Pubs/Restaurants 50 metres walk ● Dogs welcome at £25 each (payable locally) ● WIFI ● Sunny rear patio garden ● 2 Bedrooms/1 Bathroom Over 200 years old, The Old Grove Bakery offers lovely, comfortable holiday accommodation, with exposed wooden beams, stone walls and lots of old cottage charm. The sitting/dining room is a wonderfully inviting room, the large wood-burning stove and central heating ensures The Old Grove Bakery is always warm and welcoming, whatever the season or weather. The open doorway leads through to the kitchen, all set out for cooking your holiday meals. The spacious Double Bedroom and Bathroom are also on the ground floor. The Twin Bedroom is in the eaves on the first floor, this bedroom has restricted headroom as it is in the eaves, so please mind your head. There is also a Galleried Reading Area on the first floor, ideal for a quiet reading spot or lots of games and puzzles - take care again as there is restricted headroom in parts of the room due to the slopping roof. Outside, the patio terrace area is a sun trap and a great spot to enjoy evening drinks at the end of a busy day exploring the delights of North Pembrokeshire. This central location is perfect for exploring on foot, especially in the evening when you can wander down for a meal or a drink in one of St Davids delicious restaurants or local pubs, cafes and takeaways – the choice is yours! With your parking space directly outside the property, life could not be made easier. Head out for the day and choose one of three local sandy beaches to explore! Caerfai, Whitesands and Abereiddy are all a short drive from The Old Grove Bakery. Each one is unique and very special, so whether you fancy surfing, dog walking, rock pooling or simply sitting in the sun with a good book-you can take your pick! Accommodation Ground Floor Lounge (one step up from Front Door ) two double sofas, coffee table, large log burning stove, Smart TV, DVD, dining table to seat 4, door to rear patio garden. Kitchen fully equipped with electric oven & hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine. Bathroom - bath, shower over bath, heated towel rail, wc, wash handbasin Double Bedroom with Double bed, dressing table, sofa, hairdryer First Floor Twin Bedroom with 2 Single Beds, restricted headroom as room in roof Games/Reading Area Ocassional chairs, coffee table, bean bag and selection of games and books. Garden Sunny and enclosed patio and barbecue area. Dine alfresco on the outdoor table and chairs. Parking Off Road parking space for 1 car right in front of the property.
    The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs along the spectacular coastline, making St Davids an ideal centre for a walking holiday. Off the coast is Ramsey Island, known for its huge bird population. For a spot of retail therapy St Davids has a fine selection of art galleries, gift shops and clothes shops. St Davids Cathedral is the jewel in Pembrokeshire’s crown and from the Old Grove Baery you are only a 3 minute walk away to explore this magnificent building. If food is your passion then a visit to the nearby harbour village of Porthgain is a must. Here you will find a fantastic seafood restaurant, The Shed, and a traditional Welsh pub serving great pub food, a good selection of real ales and a warm welcome.
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    St Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

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    ***CORONA VIRUS INFO*** Due to this unprecidented situation I have changed my cancellation settings to ensure that you can cancel easily and keep yourselves and your loved ones safe. If you still want to travel please follow the guidelines and stay home if you are sypmtomatic. Totally self contained Annexe. Big comfy bed, big rain shower and parking at the front door. Small kitchenette and little garden area if you want to bring your dog!
    Private parking on drive. The Annexe is attached to my home, though entirely self-contained. On a quiet residential cul-de-sac in St Davids. It's walking distance from the centre and a two minute walk from Oriel-Y-Parc the visitor centre, cafe and gallery. Bright and cosy, with king size bed, rain shower, kitchenette with small fridge freezer, oven and hob. TV and WiFi. I spent years holidaying in St Davids camping in summer and self catering in winter. It was always so difficult to find short term lets with parking which were dog friendly. Now that I live here I wanted to offer this to likeminded visitors! The Annexe is cosy and well located with many walking options on the doorstep whether towards the coast path or inland. Plenty of outside space for bikes or kayaks, and your own parking space on the drive. The Annexe is a 3 minute walk from Oriel Y Parc the Visitor Centre, cafe and gallery. Only 5 minutes walk from the centre of St Davids and a 15 minute walk from Caerfai, the nearest beach.
    Quiet part of St Davids with on site car parking which is a rarity in the area. Walking distance from City centre, restaurants, cafes, galleries and the cathedral. Walking distance from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path at Caerfai. There are many circular walks from here, taking in Solva in one direction or St Justinian's in the other.
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    Saint Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

    The Longhouse is a clean, modern building conversion located in the centre of the City of St Davids. The location boasts access to all essential amenities within a stones throw; including a supermarket, bus stop and childrens playing field. The Longhouse is one of the only vacation properties in the City that offers off-road parking for up to two vehicles. Arguably some of the best beaches and views of the Pembrokeshire Coast are only a mile away toward Caerfai Bay.
    The Longhouse is a recently renovated Welsh stone outbuilding; all of the inside spaces are kept cozy by modern double glazing, full central heating and a wood-boring stove set in the buildings original open fireplace. The location benefits from a fully equipped kitchen that will allow you to cook up a feast after a long days exploring or simply warm up some take-away food from one of the local restaurants.
    Next door to the property is a council maintained playing field for families. It has a gated entry and a number of activities for children to enjoy. Within a 10 minute walk of the location is the breath taking St Davids Cathedral and Bishops Palace as well as a number of boutique shops and restaurants. Additionally, there is a small supermarket located just across the road from the premises that socks all the food you need to cater for your stay! From the elevated position of the City on the edge of the peninsular the sea can be seen along the horizon and arguably some of the best beaches and views of the Pembrokeshire Coast are only a mile away toward Caerfai Bay. The area's 'jewel in the crown' beach, Whitesands, is an award winning Blue Flag beach that offers parking, toilets and a cafe as well as access to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Walking south along the Coast Path is the ideal way to take in the views of the bay, St Justinians Lifeboat Station and Ramsey Island. The City of St Davids and the surrounding area, known as the Hundred of Dewisland, recently made the shortlist for the City of Culture 2021.
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    Saint Davids, Regne Unit

    Porthselau Shepherds Hut is perched above Porthselau beach on Pencarnan Campsite. Sleeping 2, this spacious, airy hut is the ideal base for a romantic couple’s retreat, with as much adventure as you would like. Sit outside on pallet furniture sipping wine while taking in the sea view, wander to the beach to take a dip, or explore the UK's smallest city St Davids under 2 miles away.
    The hut contains a double bed, a fully functioning kitchen, a toilet and sink. Showers are free to use on the campsite! The hut is fully hooked up, so has all the mod cons - plug sockets, fridge, a flushable toilet and heating! So you get the feel of being away from it all without the faff. *Please note that the hut is regularly moved to a few different locations around the site, but always has it's own space and is within a 3 minute walk of the beach and showers*
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    Saint Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

    Set in the Pembrokeshire National Park the Old Stable is a recently completed, stunning, barn conversion. Architect designed it sits its own 18 acres of farm land with breathtaking seaviews of Abereiddy Bay, St George’s Channel and the Irish Sea. Close to Pembrokeshire’s award winning beaches, spectacular coastline, coves and famous coastal path the Old Stable represents a perfect base to explore this wonderful county. In a ‘dark skies’ location it is perfect for star gazing.
    The Old Stable was an old stone and brick ruin, recently rescued and sympathetically converted into a two bedroomed property which boasts all the modern amenities you would expect from a recent barn conversion. It has amazing panoramic sea views from both its bedrooms and living room. There is deck area accessed from the living room to enjoy breakfast or summer sunsets and a patio with bbq/pizza oven for alfresco dining. The Old Stable is ideal for couples seeking a romantic getaway in idyllic surroundings or time away from busy lives to enjoy all that pembs has to offer. Listed as a two bedroomed property it has a spacious master first floor mezzanine/gallery style master bedroom with king size bed, the second, smaller ground floor bedroom has a double bed with direct access to garden and patio. The stable enjoys large outside spaces, including a garden, patio, private parking and a further, guest accessible, 18 acres stretching towards the the sea. A wooden stable next to the property provides secure space for bikes, surfboards and kayaks or other storage requirements for guests during their stay. We accept babes in arms (under 6 months) and a travel cot can be provided upon request.
    The Old Stable sits alongside the quiet coastal road between St David’s, hamlet of Berea and the coves of Trefin and Abereiddy. In a rural location it is 3 miles from historic St David’s where a supermarket, shops, pubs and restaurants can be found together with its ancient Cathedral founded in the 6th century.
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    St David’s, Pembrokeshire, Regne Unit

    Prospect Cottage is a delightful stone cottage for up to three people right in the heart of St Davids. It is in a selcuded position and has an OFF ROAD CAR PARKING SPACE. Its ideally placed for all the independent shops, cosy coffee shops, art galleries and the magnificent St. Davids Cathdral. From St. Davids you are within easy reach of the stunning local beaches of Whitesands and Caerfai, the tranquil harbour of Porthclais and the world renowned Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. ONE DOG WELCOME
    Prospect Cottage  is located at the rear of Prospect House. It has its own garden with a paved sitting area with table and chairs and BBQ and a small lawn. This is the perfect place to enjoy the morning and early afternoon sun. This small, cosy cottage is fully equipped with everything you might need to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible. This includes Free WiFi, a digital TV, DVD player, a radio, fridge, gas hob, electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, (high chair and a travel cot available upon request). Bath with excellent shower over.The beds are made up with quality bed linen and bath towels are provided. Gas Central Heating throughout. The defining feature of the cottage is the secure, glass covered well in the sitting room! Well behaved dogs are welcome but only one! Only Friday to Friday weekly bookings taken in May til end of August.
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    Saint Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

    Ty Draw is a spacious, bright, south facing barn conversion with stunning views over to St Davids and the sea. Set in 20 acres, there are many walks straight from the cottage door. You can walk up through our fields and access the NT heathland and the coastal path. From up here the views are truly amazing. Ty Draw is Welsh Tourist Board 5* rated, we have been renting this out for 15 years and constantly up date, this is truly a place to come and 'step off the world'.
    Ty Draw is a beautiful, spacious 2 bedroom barn conversion with stunning views over to St .Davids and the sea. Both bedrooms have luxury en suites, the living area is large and airy with log burning stove in the upper seating area, we supply all logs for the wood burning stove free of charge. The lower sitting room has comfy settle and chair, to etc and french windows out onto the patio area, with stunning views over to St .Davids Cathedral and the sea.
    We are in a tiny hamlet of 11 dwellings just one and a half miles from St .Davids. St Davids although the UK's smallest city is the size of a large village and has a good range of food shops, delicatessens, butchers, veg shops, clothing shops, as well as some great eateries and pubs.
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    Graner


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    4


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    2

    Saint Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

    Cosy ground floor flat with beautiful king sized bed; an ideal romantic getaway for two! Ideally located in the centre of culturally rich St David's, with its cathedral, galleries, restaurants, pubs and shops, with a log burning stove to cosy up by after a day exploring. The Cathedral and shops are just a 2 minute walk away, and the coastal path is just 5 minutes walk at St Non's. Menevia Spa is just a few doors away, or pick up the Puffin shuttle for coastal walks, beaches and much more.
    With parking available directly opposite, this newly renovated flat has its own private entrance and a wood burning stove for those cosy winter evenings. Kitchen includes fridge-freezer, dishwasher, cooker, toaster and kettle, and a good-sized dining table and chairs. The bathroom, which has plenty of storage space, is accessed directly from the bedroom, which has a large, comfortable, king-sized bed, wardrobe, mirror and bedside tables. Superfast fibre broadband is available for guests' use. There is so much to see and do in the area. Walk the coast path, explore the many villages and gorgeous beaches. Local activities include coasteering, surfing, kayaking and boat trips.
    St David's is at the heart of Pembrokeshire's beautiful national park, a perfect location for exploring and adventures. Activities available include Coasteering, Surfing, Kayaking, Climbing, Paddle-Boarding, horse riding and boat trips. Bicycle hire is also available, as are wetsuits and boards. Several beaches are within easy reach by car or bus, including Whitesands and Newgale which are both ideal for surfing, and Caerfai for those stunning winter sunsets. Why not walk the coast path to Solva for lunch and ride home on the bus? Right across the road, Menevia Spa offers a range of natural, organic and ethical beauty treatments, massage, and other therapies to help you relax and unwind.
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    1

    Saint Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

    The Shepherds Hut is perched on the edge of a National Trust wooded valley running down to the sea. Follow a path beside a pretty brook, mill ponds, derelict mill and out into the cove. The perfect spot to soak up the beauty and nature around you. The sheltered south facing cove must be one of the most interesting to swim in and explore with a small waterfall to swim under into a shallow cave, a natural diving pool and lots of pillars of dark rock to swim between, riding on the wave surges.
    I have long dreamed of creating a hut in this location to take advantage of its hidden character. yet still feeling raised up above the valley with lovely views. A bit like being in an observation tower but not exposed because of the trees. It feels a bit like an eagles eerie to me. The Hut is well insulated and heated with log burner and a heated towel rail. Cooking can done on the wood burner or a single induction hob. There is also an oven/grill combi microwave. There is a good sized fridge with a freezer box. The corner sofa opens into a good sized double bed (my daughter boyfriend is 6'4'' and he was delighted that he fitted comfortably) The compact shower room has an ecotoilet ( seperates the solids from liquids), shower and washbasin with ample hot water. Outside you can relax in 2 hammock chairs or sit on the bench and just enjoy watching the butterflies and birds around you in the trees from your birds eye view. Other properties available are the Farmhouse sleeping 6: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/12358861 and The Tree House sleeping 4 https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/2847200
    We are in a rural position, the nearest shop is in Solva 4mins away by car of 20mins walking across the fields. Guide Book for The Pink House/Tree House and Shepherds Hut:- This is by no means an exhaustive list of the places I love to visit or eat and drink in: Solva: Mam gu – Amazing Welsh cakes baked on the premises. Lots of different flavours as well as the traditional version. Based on a recipe passed down in the owners family. Also lovely coffee and a variety of herbal teas as well as food. The Lavender Café in Raoul Speeks Gallery. Eat delicious homemade cakes and drinks surrounded by art and Heather’s photo’s. Strong Cuban influence infused with Welsh flavours. Back coast road between St Davids and Croesgoch near Berea. Perennial Garden and Café SA62 6DB – Newly opened and my very favourite place at the moment. Very interesting range of coffees and teas. My daughter had coffee from Lake Atitlan in Guatamala (having swum in this sacred lake on her Gap Year) and I had Earl Grey with Blue Flowers. The tasty sandwiches came with organic salad. You can also buy bags of salad and the most beautiful bunches of flowers. I’ve decided to cycle across the Dowrog Common to get there next time I visit. The Druidstone SA62 3NE 01437 781221 I have always loved “The Dru” as it is affectionately known. A hotel set on cliffs overlooking St Brides Bay. The beach below is accessed down a steep winding path with the best rock pools for blennies we’ve found. Eat in the posh restaurant and watch the sunset or in the cellar bar where you can choose to sit outside on the terrace or in the walled garden. Full of art work and host for various music and drama events. Porthgain Interesting walks through fascinating industrial architecture and coastal walks where you hear and catch sight of Grey Atlantic seal pups with their mothers. http://www.visitpembrokeshire.com/explore-pembrokeshire/wildlife-and-nature/seal-watching/ Here you can visit the Sloop Pub which has a great outdoor sun trap of a terrace. Watch your children playing on the green as you relax and catch the last rays of the setting sun. Or get fish and chips from The Shed – a restaurant that specialises in local freshly caught fish. Nearby is The Blue Lagoon. Enjoy cliff jumping here, the site of the Red Bull championships. Learn how to jump safely first please – google it! My sons friend dislocated both his shoulders by not taking due care. Llys Meddyg - Newport http://www.llysmeddyg.com/ Well worth the 45min trip up the coast for an outstanding meal in the restaurant or cellar bar or outside in the garden. Children and dog friendly. Great art and ceramics. I am bias of course because my daughter Louise and her husband Ed own the hotel and restaurant / Ceramics by Adam Buick http://www.adambuick.com/ (son-in-law)/Art by a selection of the best artists in Pembrokeshire. While you are there visit The Witches Cauldron, an extraordinary geological feature https://www.coastalcottages.co.uk/things-to-do-in-pembrokeshire/witches-cauldron/538/ . On a calm day swim through the caves and arches at low tide. And of course visit Whitesands Bay – café and amenities have not spoilt the natural beauty of this wonderful beach. Watc the local surfers zoom down to the beach when they hear the surfs up. I love the walk to St Davids Head from Whitesands. If you’re feeling energetic walk around Carnliddi or up and over the top. See if you can spot the cromlechs that are littered around – a slight exaggeration! On our little hand written map , where Wrecks are written check out this story http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/621818. The 3 tugs were shipwrecked in 1981 the year before we moved here. My children loved playing on them and its well worth a scramble down the well worn (though not obvious) cliff path to see how the beach is strewn with tortured metal from the tugs. Talking about which- in the inaccessible cove beyond Elephants Head (written about by a travel writer in the 50’s as a place that tourists will flock to in the future like they do to Wookey Hole in The Cheddar Gorge) you may spy smugglers steps hewn into the promontory on the Solva side – my children tell me now how they used to climb down them (my blood runs cold at the thought)!! And before I finish this weeney guide book – I want to tell you how I told my daughter off for exaggerating when she said that the sea was really warm in the cove. I had to apologise because I was astonished to find that it was – and I am a real coldy custard. Because the south facing cove has pillars of black rock that get warmed during the day if the tide’s out, they act like storage radiators and warm the water significantly when the tide comes in at the end of the afternoon. (you’ve got to get the conditions just right though) I hope this gives you a taste of this lovely area and what it has to offer. Please let us know in the guest book what you have enjoyed during your stay here.
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    St.Davids, Regne Unit

    The Pink House is a cosy old Welsh farmhouse overlooking a NT wooded coastal valley. Enjoy snuggling beside a wood burning stove or sit outside on the sunny sheltered patio where steps lead down to a pretty stream and path through a wood to a sheltered cove. Enjoy the spectacular views of the Pembrokeshire National Park or if you’re energetic bring wetsuits and go swimming in a stunning natural diving pool in the cove. Bookings between 18th July - 29th August, 7 day min stay, Sat changeover.
    The unique location and access to the coastal path and cove is a great draw. There is a sense of being in the trees as The Pink House is perched on the edge of a National Trust valley which holds the highest conservation status. Also, check out our famous tree swing, just below the property. The Nine Wells valley is the site of historical Holy Wells on an ancient pilgrimage route to St Davids Cathedral. We moved here because we can just walk out of the house with a cup of tea in hand and stroll to the headland in minutes, stepping into wilderness. My dream was to live in a place with nothing between me and the sea. Inside the Pink House the open-plan living area includes a kitchen with dining table and a spacious sitting room with enough sofas and comfortable chairs to watch TV, sit by the fire or play family games. The room is tastefully decorated with paintings by local artists. The kitchen has a large retro American-style fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave and rangemaster electric cooker. In the porch there is an ‘out of the way’ drying space on a traditional "lazy maid" above the central heating boiler. Upstairs there are 2 double bedrooms with comfortable mattresses and plenty of storage space with views over the tree tops and the valley. The third bedroom has bespoke adult sized bunk beds made by a local craftsman. The bathroom has bath/shower with good pressure and unlimited hotwater. The large south facing sheltered terrace has table and chairs for eating al-fresco and enjoying the Pembrokeshire sunshine. The terrace shares access to the coastal path with the Tree House - see other Airbnb listing https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/2847200 - if you wish to rent both properties. There is also a Shepherds Hut accessed from the car park available on airbnb. https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/26691017 Parking close to the house.
    The house is 5 minutes drive to St Davids, Britain's smallest city, which has numerous restaurants, cafe's, activity centres including some of the best surfing in the UK and heritage sites. The village of Solva, also 5 mins drive or 20 mins walk, is considered one the prettiest harbour villages in the UK with pubs and shops for visitors as well as boating facilities. You can walk to both along the spectacular coast patch and get a regular bus back to the Pink House.
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    Solva, Wales, Regne Unit

    Glowty – sleeps 2 (+2, by arrangement, at a cost of £15 per bed, linen and towels included). Glowty is a 5 Star Visit Wales Graded luxurious converted stone barn with spectacular views across the peninsula from the Preselei Mountains, across Milford Haven to St Brides Bay & Skomer and Ramsey Islands, boasting eco credentials with a new RHI biomass boiler. **PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A £10 PER DOG PER STAY CHARGE. Thank you.**
    The cottage provides mainly ground floor accommodation with the addition of a first floor crog loft. There is a large bedroom (with kingsize bed); bathroom (with bath/shower); lounge/dining room with dining table and chairs, French windows leading to patio; kitchen which is off the lounge/dining room fitted with integrated electric oven/hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, and microwave. We are on site to help with anything if needed, so if you are short of something please let us know.
    The whole peninsula is only 4 1/2 miles wide, so you are never very far from anything. It's just over a mile and a half into St Davids where you can find most things you need. There is a great deli - St Davids Food and Wine, which is where we get the selection of Welsh cheese and organic loaf to welcome you on arrival. There is The Veg Patch with great selection of fresh veg and fruit and Rob Davis the Butchers, great meat and homemade good. There is a good local supermarket - CK's and great local eateries, cafes, clothes shops and galleries and more.
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    2


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    1

    Saint Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

    Look out towards St. Davids over the golf course and then down to the beach, island, and lighthouse. Original elements like exposed beams are complemented by a ‘country gent' feel, and latterday luxuries such as down bedding and Laura Ashley linen.
    As the waves break against the golden sand the sound of the sea carries up to Dan Y Graig and with stunning views across the terrain makes a stay here magical. We hope to launch our Barn conversions by 2019 so keep an eye out for exciting progress. Dan y Graig house is a Victorian Farmhouse, so we’ve endeavoured to retain as much of the charm and character its original features provide, whilst introducing contemporary elements to update its appeal and make it more suited to today’s traveller, be it walker, surfer, or a group of friends or a family wishing to spend a few days in coastal luxury. The narrow lane that winds up to the farm is a little rocky in places. You’re climbing the mountain don’t forget, but it’s worth it! Views from Dan y Graig are breath-taking, looking out directly towards St.Davids over the city golf course and then down to Whitesands beach, only 300 yards away, and of course out to the sea, Ramsey Island and the Smalls Lighthouse! Together with the magnificent backdrop of Carn Llidi mountain and the incredible coastal path providing an unbeatable setting. The spacious farmhouse accommodates up to eight guests between its four stylish bedrooms – two King rooms, a double and a twin. Each bedroom provides luxurious Goose feather and Duck Down bedding, Egyptian cotton linen and Laura Ashley towels. The bedroom near the sea will be made up using synthetic pillows and duvet just in case someone has an allergy to natural fillings. Styled in clean and bright white with warm grey tones and flashes of colour from the amazing accessories made locally – Tregwynt Woollen Mill blankets and cushions; Solva Woollen Mill rugs. Monochrome wall art by Solva artist Ian McDonald and colourful coastal landscapes by the renowned Pauline Beynon enrich the spaces. Whilst the bedrooms at the front are big and bright, with sumptuous large beds, the two at the back of the house are ‘loft style’ rooms which lead off their own little private stair. These offer a different experience, perfect for the kids or the guest who’d prefer a cosier, space. To maximise space, we’ve used specially designed loft beds that are a bit lower than usual, so you don’t knock your head on the beamed ceiling as you get up in the morning. The first floor bathroom has a bath with a unique view, relax in bubbles and gaze directly out to St.Brides bay and the coastal terrain. There’s also a fabulous glass power shower and the window has a double blind with a magic screen for whatever degree of privacy a guest requires. Traverse the levels of the house via the old staircase, finished with a Solva Woollen mill runner to enhance this magical space! A ‘sea-fearing’ inspired style comes together with hints of Alice in Wonderland to conjure ideas of another world. A modern chandelier of amber Edison light bulbs hanging like teardrops from the sky inspires the imagination. The ground floor presents ample space for relaxing and entertaining. Sit and read in the cosy but more formal ‘Parlour’- lean back into the winged back chairs, recline on the tweed chesterfield and enjoy the view. Light the log stove when there’s a storm brewing outside and relish in the comfort of being safe inside where you can plan your next adventure using the ‘Twr Y Felin’ guide to St.Davids map that hangs over the fireplace. This map is a wealth of knowledge and was created by my Great Great Uncle in 1923, and in fact once owned the farmhouse. Although re-printed in the eighties, the map is now hard to find. Gather with family or friends on the other side of the hall in the more relaxed family room that opens up into the dining space of the kitchen. It has a bright and modern feel, with two gorgeously comfortable tweed couches. Ideal for rainy days, the family room has a large smart tv for movie watching or enough space for board games and other family amusement. Another little log stove is convenient to top up the heat that the underfloor heating amply provides. There’s another spectacular view of the rugged landscape through the window, and you can also watch the kids play out on the front terrace. We opened this room up into the kitchen/diner to improve the quality of the space, giving a much freer flow and openness to the layout. If you’re busy in the kitchen, having dinner or relaxing in the family room, you can still be sociable. Enjoy dining together around a heavy rustic table. There’s room for eight to sit comfortably around the table and there’s an extra leaf hidden underneath it if you want extend the table should friends drop in. The chef of the house can cook using the Le Creuset equipment on the top of the range Rangemaster Range cooker – a five gas burner hob, with griddle fitting and three electric ovens should keep chef busy and plentiful food for everyone! Villeroy & Boch ‘Manoir’ porcelain tableware and Dartington cutlery enhance your dining experience indoors, and there’s a set of bamboo tableware if the weather’s amazing and you decide to eat outside. Who wants to do the washing up when you’re on holiday?! No one needs to as there’s a family size dishwasher just to make things easier. There’s also a six shelf Siemens fridge with three freezer drawers if you want to stock up and avoid a daily shop, which in Summer can be a nightmare. Many guests prefer to order online and get it all delivered to the farmhouse. Tucked behind the kitchen, just off the back hall is a unique little bathroom. It’s uniqueness comes from the quirky wet-room shower that’s been designed into the old chimney. It’s an amazing space and quite unique with an almost cave-like quality. Everyone should try it at least once during their stay! At the back door is a boot room with a large Belfast sink where you can wash your boots after a day’s walking rinse your flip-flops when you come home from the beach. Throw your laundry straight into the washer dryer here too. But before you go into the house, if you’ve been at the beach or out surfing, rinse away all that sand under the outside shower and then hang your wetsuits out to dry. You’ll also find an outside tap and hose if you need to wash down a muddy dog! The farmhouse has a terrace at the front which overlooks the old farm yard where you can park your cars safely. This will change when we renovate the old barns around the yard later this year, but we’ll have created a more bespoke parking area behind the house by then. The Terrace itself is a great space. Its south facing and has the most amazing views so is ideal all day for sitting in and chilling, picnicking, or enjoying a glass of Champagne as the sky turns red with the setting sun. Dan y Graig is ideally located for those wanting to stay by the sea. Our award winning, blue flag beach Whitesands is just down the lane about 300yds, so there’s no need to drive and park as you can almost roll out of bed onto the sand. It’s on the coastal path, take a hike up to the top of Carn Llidi or around to Porth Melgan and St.Davids Head or go in the other direction towards Porth Sele amd St.Justinian where you’ll find three centuries of Lifeboat stations nestled in a bay. Enchantment and adventure is at your fingertips, no matter which way you go.
    Sculpted into the landscape at the foot of Carn Llidi mountain, Dan Y Graig is just 300 yards from the blue-flag beach below. Take the coast path, hiking to Porth Melgan and St.David's Head, and the other way to Porth Sele and St.Justinian.
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    4

    Saint Davids, Regne Unit

    This light, airy, newly renovated, self-contained ground floor apartment attached to our traditional grade 2 listed home will delight you the moment you step through the door. Ideally located, just a 5 mins walk to the Cathedral and 10 mins to the coast. A small city with so much to offer - cultural activities, galleries, restaurants, pubs, shops, outdoor pursuits, music and so much more. Surrounded by sea on 3 sides - magnificent beaches and the only coastal national park in the UK .
    There is a private entrance hall with bench and coat hooks. A bedroom with a double bed, bedside tables, a wardrobe and chest of drawers. A shower room with towel rail and underfloor heating (if required), with a level access enclosed rain shower and separate shower head if you don't fancy a deluge. The kitchen includes the following: fridge-freezer, dishwasher, electric cooker and hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, washing machine, tumble drier, airer, fully equipped kitchen with a few extras to make your visit more enjoyable. The dining/sitting area has a good-sized dining table with 4 chairs, a desk, a TV in an enclosed cabinet and there is also a sprung double sofa bed and a chair. The sliding door opens onto a west-facing patio with views towards the iconic rocky outcrop 'Carn Llidi' with access to a shared enclosed garden. Superfast fibre broadband is available for guests' use. A well-behaved dog is welcome at an extra charge of £5 per day or £25 per week. Please let me know if you would like to bring a dog when you make your booking so we can discuss arrangements .
    There are so many things to see and do in the area. There are leaflets in the property for your information. Walk the coast path, enjoy the stunning views, the spectacular flora and fauna and of course the glorious beaches. Walk inland and find hidden gems including ancient oak woodland, babbling brooks, moorland and hills. Immerse yourself in the culture of St David's with its Cathedral inconspicuously nestled in a grassy hollow below the rooftops of this tiny city. Visit art galleries and local craft centres, coffee shops, restaurants, pubs and enjoy some great music. Participate in local outdoor activities which include coasteering, surfing, kayaking rock climbing and boat trips. The choice is endless.
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    1

    St Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

    The Snug has it all! One of the most spectacular views in St Davids, is an easy 10min stroll into the historic Cathedral City centre, close to the stunning coastal path & a stones throw from the local beaches. It is nestled on the edge of the Waun Fawr moor with amazing far reaching views towards Carn Penberry. The Snug is beautifully decorated, providing stylish, self-contained accommodation in part of our former farmhouse - perfect for couples, friends, solo adventurers, cyclists & walkers.
    The Snug's stylish double and single bedrooms, both with stunning views, are located on the first floor. The cosy studio living room is adorned with traditional welsh wool blankets and cushions, has a beautiful bespoke oak breakfast bar, an electric woodburning stove for those snuggly nights in, and on a warm summers day the barn door can be opened directly onto The Snug's private patio, where you can enjoy a glass of wine as you watch the sunset over Carn Llidi. The cabin kitchenette, incorporated into the lounge, is perfect for preparing breakfast or a light lunch (microwave, kettle, toaster and plug-in hob - NO OVEN) but please note it is not a full kitchen facility, so not ideal for making full evening meals. After a long day exploring the Pembrokeshire coast or surfing the Whitesands waves, freshen up in the modern shower room with vanity unit, mirror and large double shower enclosure (shower room is on the ground floor). Guests also have a large storage cupboard in the porch area for outdoor boots, coats, wetsuits, surfboards etc. We are super cyclist friendly accommodation and offer secure cycle storage in our large, well-lit outhouse. Cycle stands, suitable for mountain and road bikes, are provided and there is plenty of space for all your kit. Were really happy to provide first-hand info on some great rides too! Please note due to the layout of The Snug we are unable to accommodate children under the age of 8 years and it may not be ideally suited to those with impaired mobility.
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    3


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    2

    Saint Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

    Owl's Nest is our cosy, yet light and airy annex. We are nestled in the heart of farming country on the wildly beautiful St Davids peninsula. The cottage is ideal for couples or young families. It has a comfortable double room and a snuggly bunk room. The kitchen-diner is fully equipped and an uplifting space in which to enjoy breakfast together before you head out. The bathroom is a perfect warm space to wash off the sand before relaxing over supper and getting cosy in front of the log burner.
    We provide a complimentary welcome pack including home-made cake, tea, coffee, milk and sugar, as well as bread, butter and a preserve. We can lend you a folding cot, high chair, bed guard or stairgate at no extra cost. Please ask in advance. We do ask you to bring your own baby bedding and reins. Owl's Nest is the first step along the way to converting more outbuildings to create further holiday cottages, including a single storey, two-bedroomed, fully accessible unit with wide-ranging views to the West . Consequently, although there is no building work happening at the moment, we are sorry that we cannot yet offer you dedicated outside space to sit or play. It is a priority for us to try to get this ready by late summer. In the meantime, you may share our space at the front of the cottage, but children and pets need to be supervised at all times.
    Make the most of our proximity to the Pembrokeshire Coast path. A short drive will take you to visit blue flag beaches, castles, hills, forests or animal parks. Enjoy peace and quiet with huge, starry skies. Make the most of the slower pace of life. Visit the farmers' markets and wonderful restaurants. Rediscover the joys of rock-pooling. Re-charge by walking the coast and drinking in the fresh sea air and the wildly beautiful vistas. We may be able to help you with a lift to the start or finish of your walk.
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    Casa rural


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    4


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    2

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, Regne Unit

    This is the perfect getaway apartment for up to 2 people and in a great location in St.Davids with its own car parking space. It is minutes by foot to all the local restaurants, pubs, cafes and galleries and 10 minutes to Pembrokeshire Coastal path.
    The small studio is full of character and has been recently built to a high standard by local award winning builders using our old stone. Lovely reclaimed quarry tiles are laid throughout and it has a high vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. There is under floor heating through the property to keep you warm and cosy when necessary! The entrance to the studio is at the top of an external flight of slate steps with handrail. There is a compact, well equipped galley kitchen with a two ring electric hob,fridge, microwave and storage. This leads to a bedroom with great views towards the coast and Carn Llidi. There is seating, a small table and chairs and TV/DVD player. The shower room has a slate floor with shower, wc, wash hand basin, mirrored shaving cabinet and heated towel rail. Quality bed linen and bath towels are provided free of charge. FREE WIFI Dogs are not allowed at Prospect Studio.
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    Pis


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    2


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    St Davids, Pembrokeshire, Regne Unit

    Guillemot Cottage was built from the ground up in 2015, part of our new complex over looking the sea. Inside is a modern 3 bedroom cottage with an large sized kitchen, along with a open planned living and dining room. There is one downstairs shower room and a bathroom upstairs. At just 50m from the beach at Nolton Haven Puffin Cottage is ideal those looking for a family holiday or perfect for walkers looking to explore the coastal path. We are just over 50m from the local pub/ restaurant.
    Guillemot Cottage sleeps up to six people. A double bed can be found in the master bedroom along with the back bedroom leading onto the enclosed terrace garden. The final bedroom is a twin room. It has off street parking for multiple cars in our large private carpark. Puffin Cottage is pet friendly with free WiFi throughout.
    With Nolton Haven’s central location it makes us the ideal choice for a beach strolls and to take the opportunity to sample many of the water sports on offer locally. Our onsite office enables you to make enquiries and book many of the boat trips, surfing courses, paddle boarding, beach horse riding or even sample coasteering in the areas that it was first introduced!
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    Casa rural


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    3

    Nolton Haven, Regne Unit

    Newly built chalet, situated in its own secluded garden within the farmhouse grounds. Upper Clegyr Farmhouse B&B is set in private grounds of 7 Acres. Views across St.Davids head and Carn Llidi. Upper Clegyr Chalet B&B is situated one mile from the Cathedral city of St Davids. Approximately 4 miles from the famous whitesands Bay. The Chalet sleeps up to four and is the family accommodation for the B&B providing a continental breakfast. dogs welcomed £5 per dog per night
    This unique new build timber lodge is situated in the National Park in a most wonderful location, with stunning views across farmland to Pen-beri, Carn Lidl and St Davids head. Situated a mile from St Davids and Solva, perfect for exploring the attractions of St Davids and the surrounding area, the Coastal Path can be accessed half a mile away at Caer Bwdy Bay . The lodge is set in its own private gated garden, a perfect space for children to play The lodge is open plan, with patio doors leading from the lounge out on to the balcony which is a perfect sun trap and to watch the sun set over St Davids. The double room has a king sized bed and the other bedroom has two singles. Shower bathroom. Ample off road parking, Linen and towels supplied. T.V. and DVD player, wi fi heating all electric The lodge has smoke and heat detectors also a sprinkler system is installed. Ramp up to the entrance means wheelchair access is no issue. Within the porch area you have space for your muddy walking boots and wet coats too after all it is Wales! A Continental breakfast is provided for the duration of your stay in the B&B Chalet. The price listed is for two guests. We charge an additional £30 per person per night after two. Dogs welcomed at an additional charge of £5 per dog per night. (up to 2 dogs)
    Upper Clegyr Farmhouse B&B is set in 7acres of private grounds.
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    2

    Saint Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

    Self-contained room with it's own access, in the heart of St. Davids, 10-15 minutes walk to the beaches and coastal path. A newly created space with king sized bed, en-suite, kitchenette with fridge and sink (no cooking facilities), TV and parking.
    Lovely sunny room on the ground floor at the front of the house. New king sized bed with backcare mattress and fine cotton bedding. Beautiful en-suite. Although there are no hot food facilities, the kitchenette provides a fridge, sink, kettle and preparation area for packed lunches and salads. A continental breakfast is provided. Relax and enjoy the High Definition TV from your bed.
    St Davids is the smallest city in the UK, in the heart of Britain's only Coastal National Park. We are a thriving community with restaurants, coffee bars, pubs, arts, outdoor and clothing shops. My husband has a specialist Plant Nursery (near the Visitors Centre). Also visit the beautiful Cathedral and Bishops Palace where music and Arts festivals are held. The famous, 187 mile, Pembrokeshire coastal path and beaches are only 10 -15 minutes walk away. St Davids is the centre for outdoor activities such as: coasteering, kayaking, surfing, boat trips, climbing and walking.
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    Private room


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    Casa


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    1

    Saint Davids, Pembrokeshire, Regne Unit

    A first floor apartment with sea view located approx 50 meters from Nolton Haven beach. The apartment offers a cosy base to explore Pembrokeshire. Ideal for couples and single people with open plan living, bedroom and bathroom. Easy access to the coastal path, local pub and nearby restaurants. Equipped with everything you will need for an enjoyable and comfortable self catering break. Onsite parking and WiFi. Please note: Access is via an external set of steps.
    Within the village you have the sandy beach, coastal path walks, a pub and a bus stop for the coastal bus.
    Nolton Haven is a quiet coastal village set in the center of St Brides Bay on the Pembrokeshire Coast.
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    Casa/pis sencers


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    Loft


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    1

    Haverfordwest, Wales, Regne Unit

    Lawn Villa, built in 1882, still has all it's original period features and provides spacious living accommodation in a comfortable home with character and style. The house is set back from the road for privacy yet is right in the heart of Wales smallest city. Breakfast is included with a selection of home made preserves and tea/coffee making facilities, which can be used anytime, in a private dining room. Please find our other room/listing for more availability(Period home in heart of St Davids)
    Guests will be able to experience living in an original Victorian period house but with the added benefit of a hot shower, a comfortable bed and unlimited wi-fi.
    We are situated very close to all the local amenities, shops, pubs/restaurants and bus stops yet set back from the road in a quiet location making this an ideal place to stay in St Davids.
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    Private room


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    1

    Saint David's, Wales, Regne Unit

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


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    Saint Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

    Beautiful Welsh Cottage, set back on a secluded grass lane with views overlooking the 13th Century Bishop's Palace. Within a short walking distance of the world famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path, the bustling City centre and St Davids Cathedral. The stunning beaches of Whitesands and Porthmelgan are 1.5 miles away, a beautiful walk or cycle through the Welsh lanes and byways.
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    Casa/pis sencers


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    Casa rural


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    2


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    1

    St Davids, Wales, Regne Unit

    Ty Cranc (The "Crab House") is a traditional stone, mid-terrace cottage, beautifully and sympathetically renovated with sea views, set on a quiet no-through lane in the heart of Upper Solva, just a stone’s throw from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and village pub. Ty Cranc is comfortably and stylishly furnished with a contemporary twist complimenting the traditional features. A lovely cosy holiday home for couples and families alike, whatever the time of year.
    The ground floor open-plan living and kitchen space features a large L-shaped sofa, dining area and wood-burning stove to ensure a cosy feeling even on the chilliest of evenings. Stairs lead up to a delightful double bedroom, with sea views, on the first floor. Children will love the cleverly designed, space saving bunk-bed pod. Alternatively, there are fixed-foot-step "paddle" stairs leading to another double bedroom nestling in the eaves. On a summer's day, enjoy sitting on the bench in front of the cottage or spend time in the separate island garden set down the lane with a lawn where children can play and you can linger over an alfresco meal soaking up the sea view. The property also has a private tiny yard "outdoor room" with rain shower and wet-suit hanging zone.
    Conveniently located in Upper Solva, there is a popular village pub only a few yards away and a well-stocked shop. Down the hill in Lower Solva there are a further range of shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants to try, jostling around the picturesque harbour. The sheltered sandy-bottomed harbour is ideal for sailing enthusiasts and kayakers. Join the Pembrokeshire Coast path running not far from the doorstep to really appreciate this rugged and spectacular coastline with breathtaking views out over St Brides Bay and the islands of Ramsey, Skokholm and Grassholm. A short drive to the west lies the tiny city of St Davids with its range of shops, pubs and restaurants. The Cathedral and Bishops Palace are well worth a visit or take a boat trip from St Justinians around the island of Ramsey, famous for its seal pups in September. Families and surfing enthusiasts will also love the long sandy beach at Newgale to the East with its beach side pubs and cafes.
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    2

    Solva, Wales, Regne Unit

    Cosy cottage with painted stone walls, log burner. This a small cottage which is ideal as a get away space for couples.
    The whole cottage is for the guests use. Downstairs is a kitchen area and dining table and chairs and 2 Ikea armchairs and a tv. The shower room is situated at the bottom of the stairs. Upstairs is a cosy double bedroom.
    We are a mile and half from Little Haven where the nearest beach is. For shopping Haverfordwest and Milford Haven both have Supermarkets The nearest shop is at Broad Haven which is about 2 miles. As we are in the National Park you are guaranteed beautiful views and lots to see.
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    Casa rural


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    2


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    1

    Little Haven, Regne Unit

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