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November 19, 2017

Beudy Gwyn

St Davids, Pembrokeshire

Overview

An extremely high quality, non-smoking and pet free self-catering holiday cottages, sleeping 6 in three bedrooms, with one main bathroom, one en-suite and an additional toilet. The cottage is between St. Davids and Fishguard in the hamlet of Penparc, on the St. Davids Peninsula, close to the centre of the best stretch of the Pembrokeshire coast north east of St Davids. Our cottages are situated within the protected Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

There are extensive sea views from the good sized garden laid almost exclusively to lawn, and in particular stunning views of the cliffs around Strumble Head.

 

Accommodation Details

The cottage has been built in the last few years, but with plenty of character giving the impression of a much older cottage.This extremely spacious cottage, with unlimited hot water and central heating via a combi-boiler, has one bathroom (full sized bath with excellent shower over), one en-suite shower room and a third toilet room. The kitchen is fully equipped as you would expect of a cottage of this quality. There is a table seating 6 (for those who chose to eat in this room rather than the dining room), washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge freezer and microwave. The crockery, utensils and glassware are of the highest quality. Off the main hallway is a large living room (with television, video , CD stereo system and DVD player). There is an open log burning fire, a mixture of leather and fabric furnishings and again off this room is an extremely light and airy dining room which is open to the rafters , with attractive dining table seating up to ten people (in case any visitors drop by!). This room has patio doors (which can thus be seen on the exterior picture) opening onto a large decking / patio, which has ample outdoor seating if you fancy eating al fresco!. Off this room is the ground floor bedroom, seen on the right of the photograph, again very light airy and indeed spacious and this principal bedroom benefits from a quality en-suite and a king size bed. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one a double and one a twin both comfortably furnished with good quality bed linen and beds.

All furniture beds, bedding and furnishings are of the highest quality and tastefully appointed.

There is a small glass porch to the side of the property which is ideal for sipping your G&T in.

More mundanely, there is a telephone in the property for out-going telephone calls.

 

Price Guide:

Rental vary from £360 to £880 depending on season, with up to £100 off these for reduced occupancy, so 2 people staying in winter for a week might only pay £260 including heating electricity and linen

 

General Details

One mile down a quite country lane from our cottages and hamlet is the acclaimed village of Trefin, situated on clifftops between the famous harbours of Porthgain and beautiful Abercastle. Trefin has its own cove on the edge of the village at Aberflin, with numerous rock pools in this small sand and shingle beach which is surrounded on three sides by rugged cliffs. Trefin is quite a bustling village with a post office, pub, an artistís gallery, a more general craft shop, and a couple of tea shops. Just a few hundred yards south along the coast is a wonderful sandy National trust beach Traethllyfn , and an equally short distance further on is the famed harbour of Porthgain. Beyond that is the beach of Aberreidy, porbably the most painted scene in Wales. Also only a short distance north of our local village, Trefin, is the superb small harbour of Abercastle.Then in either direction on the coast are some wonderful beaches, coves and harbours, all connected by the famous Coast Path.

Quite apart from the wonderfully scenic location, the cottages are also well placed for amenities, there is one pub serving really well kept real ale and also bar food just a few hundred yards away, with two more pubs selling good quality bar meals only one mile away, whilst a fourth pub, the Sloop, only one and a half miles away in the fishing harbour of Portgain, is probably the most famous pub on the St Davids Peninsula. Just 350 yards from our hamlet on the main Fishguard/St Davids Road is a petrol station with a really high quality grocery store attached offering a wide selection of groceries, newspapers, logs etc. There are a substantial number of other pubs within 5 miles, a couple of restaurants, and needless to say numerous tea shops within a similar distance.

 

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Property Name

Beudy Gwyn

Address

Penparc
Nr Tefin
St Davids
SA62 5AG

Phone:

01348 419033

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