Gwawrfryn - coastal cottage with stunning views in St Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire sleeps 4 and has an enclosed garden
West Wales Holiday Cottages
01239 810033
View over St Dogmaels Abbey from Gwawrfryn
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Cwm, St Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire

Gwawrfryn

  • 4 sleeps
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • No pets

Great estuary views from this beautiful stone cottage in St Dogmaels. 5 mins drive from Poppit Sands beach and Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Fantastic for walking and sightseeing. (2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms)

Features

  • TV
  • Good for walkers
  • Great views
  • WiFi internet
  • Near golf course
  • Near riding stable
  • Pub nearby
  • Woodburner / open fire
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Linen provided
  • Detached
  • Beach within 3 miles
  • Coastal

Just 5 minutes drive from the beach at Poppit Sands, this recently renovated Pembrokeshire cottage offers outstanding views from every window of the ancient Abbey and quaint friendly village of St Dogmaels with the Teifi Estuary beyond. Great cottage for all seasons to explore Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.

Gwawrfryn is a home from home, stylishly mixing modern and vintage furniture with plenty of art. Laze in the large comfortable lounge, snuggle by the roaring wood fire, relax in the roll top bath. Lose yourself in a book on the cushioned window seats. This is a great place for chilling after a busy day at the coast, enjoying al fresco life on the patio.

The village has 2 friendly pubs (all walkable distance), post office, convenience store and fish and chip shop. You can enjoy a glass of wine or dinner out at the nearby Ferry Inn (lovely views of the estuary) or venture further afield to try some of the excellent restaurants in the local area. The 12th Century St Dogmaels Abbey has the Coach House Visitor Centre with cafe and there is a working watermill nearby (only 2 left in Wales). The well-known weekly St Dogmaels Tuesday organic food market is a must – from 9am to 1pm.

The picturesque Pembrokeshire Coast Path begins at St Dogmaels and there are a number of circular walks in the area. The broad expanse of Poppit Sands is nearby and there are smaller sandy beaches in the coves on Cardigan Bay, ideal for spotting seals and dolphins. If you enjoy a challenge, Adventure Beyond are an outdoor activity company that can organise bespoke adventures including surfing lessons, canoeing on the Teifi Gorge, sea-kayaking, whitewater rafting, coasteering and bushcraft skills.

Boat trips can be taken in the bay. The Sea Warrior does trips down the Teifi for £5 from Cardigan. Golf can be enjoyed nearby at Gwbert and 20 minutes away at Newport. The Welsh Wildlife Centre (lots of hides for bird-watching and walks) and Glasshouse Café lies just beyond Cilgerran Castle. Castell Henllys, the Iron Age fort is 10 minutes away, good for both children and adults. The Preseli Hills area of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a 20 minute drive.

Head into Ceredigion, with the great beaches of Aberporth, Newquay, Tresaith, Llangrannog and the Georgian coastal town of Aberaeron with its National Trust property Llanerchaeron.

The bustling historic town of Cardigan is a 5-minute drive or short bus ride away and has shops, supermarkets, craft shops, surf clothing shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs. Cardigan Castle is renovated and open to the public. There is also a swimming pool and Theatre Mwldan with live performances and 2 cinemas onsite. Enjoy home baked pizza and beer under canvas at the Pizza Tipi (live music on certain evenings). There are some new Cardigan restaurants Crwst (Coffee and Brunch) and El Salsa, great Mexican cuisine.

There are many events and food festivals up and down the coast throughout the summer.

ACCOMMODATION

Gwawrfryn sleeps 4 in 2 double bedrooms.

UPSTAIRS
Bedroom 1: double bed, chest of drawers, shaker style clothes hanging, window seat with view of estuary and village
Bedroom 2: double bed, chest of drawers, shaker style clothes hanging, window seat with view of estuary and village
Shower room: walk-in shower, toilet, hand basin

DOWNSTAIRS
Bathroom: roll-top bath, walk-in shower, toilet, basin

Living room: wood floors, 3-seater sofa, several comfy armchairs, wood burner, two baskets of logs supplied, Sky TV, DVD, selection of books, games and DVDs
Kitchen/dining area: electric oven, gas hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, dining table seating 4

OUTSIDE

There is an enclosed patio running across the frontage of the cottage with seating areas at both ends to enjoy the spectacular views, BBQ, table, chairs, umbrella and a bench. There is a designated parking space for 1 car which belongs to the cottage. If you did need to bring another car, the St Dogmaels car park is just £7.50 to park for the week.

KEY FACTS

• Bed linen and towels provided. Please bring your own beach towels.
• Gas central heating
• Heating and electricity included
• Free WiFi
• Sorry, no pets
• No smoking

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Balance

6 weeks before start of holiday.



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