Beth Ruach sleeps up to 16 - prices from £350 per week
Picturesque Welsh stone and slate cottage in the St Davids conservation area, designed by a well-known architect in the traditional Pembrokeshire fashion and built by a local builder and stonemason, set in a very quiet and peaceful location near open fields and moorland.
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19th century Derwen sleeps up to 4 - prices from £150 per week
19th century Welsh stone and slate cottage set in a very quiet and peaceful location with beautiful views over the coast and offshore islands. Situated within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty and Wildlife.
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The cottages are only half a mile from the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with its miles of spectacular scenery. The offshore islands of Skomer, Grassholm and Ramsey are renowned for their resident and migrant birds and grey seal colonies. The historic Cathedral City/village of St Davids is just half a mile away, with a wide range of shops, banks and restaurants. Open air theatres and concerts take place in the medieval Bishop's Palace. Less than a mile away is the beautiful sandy Caerfai beach, one of the four best beaches in the British Isles (Holiday Which). Very safe for small children and toddlers with shallow rock pools for paddling and shrimping. The cottages are only half a mile from the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with its miles of spectacular scenery.
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Haverfordwest
Recommended Places to Visit: The offshore islands of Skomer, Grassholm and Ramsey are famous for their resident and migrant birds and grey seal colonies. Enjoy a quiet picnic and swim at the sheltered sandy beaches of Porthlysgi, Porthselau, Porth-melgan or Caerbwdi, accessible only on foot. The large sandy beaches of Traethllyfn and Newgale are only a few miles away. Abercastle, Aberbach and Abermawr have rock pools and sandy beaches. The tiny picturesque Porthclais harbour, beloved by children for “crabbing”, has a slipway for launching small boats and free boat park. There is also a famous lifeboat station at Porthstinian. Boat and fishing trips to the offshore islands are organised by local fishermen.
Annual Events: In September seals swim between Porthstinian and Treginnis, where they breed in the sheltered coves and in October the mother seals can be seen suckling their young.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Plenty of local eateries serving good food to suit all palates.
Local Sports: Summer pursuits include swimming or relaxing on the sands at the nearby beaches of Caerfai and Whitesands, or, for the energetic, surfing, windsurfing, boating, fishing, pony trekking and golf, and there are many castles, islands and ancient monuments.
Please visit http://www.stnbc.co.uk/ to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Pembrokeshire.