This pretty pink holiday cottage is in the old fishing village and harbour of Lower Town, Fishguard.
The cottage is just a few minutes walk from the quay and slipway, where there are excellent launching facilities for sailors, windsurfers etc. Local fishermen often provide fishing trips for those who wish to catch their supper or you can go and listen to tales of "the one that got away" in the local pub (The Ship Inn).
A walk up the hill leads you to Fishguard town which has a good selection of pubs, eateries, shops and galleries. Newport, St Davids, Porthgain, Strumble Head and Abereiddy are all close by.
The cottage is also ideally situated for the keen walkers (the coastal bus passes through the village) and is close to the beautiful and spectacular Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and the Gwaun Valley.
Tucked away in the little valley of Dwrbach in north Pembrokeshire, this single storey barn has been converted from an old traditional stone cart house into a lovely holiday cottage.
The owners, who live nearby, have taken great care making this into a luxury cottage, which is ideal for romantic breaks and those looking for home from home comforts.
The cottage is within a few minutes drive of the market town of Fishguard, also several nearby beaches, the bird observatory at Strumble Head and several points of access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
Even on the stormiest winter's day or the calmest summer's day you are guaranteed wonderful, ever-changing sea views from this spacious holiday house, which sits at the top of the hill overlooking the old fishing harbour in north Pembrokeshire.
The house is large and spacious and has been renovated to a high standard whilst maintaining its original character and charm. It is also conveniently located, being just a few minutes walk to the local shops, pubs and restaurants.
Situated back along a quiet alley in Fishguard on the north Pembrokeshire coast, this very spacious former school hall has been renovated, decorated and furnished with great care, retaining the original school windows which stretch from the ground to top floor.
Fishguard is a thriving seaside town with various galleries, restaurants; individual shops a modern leisure centre and a selection of pubs all with a few minutes walk. There are two harbours - the picturesque old fishing harbour at Lower Town and the Irish Ferry harbour at Goodwick.
There is also a small beach at Goodwick backed by a play area for children and a sea school. Newport and St Davids are both a short drive away.
Cable Cottage is a truly unique property in a superb north Pembrokeshire cliff top location. It was originally one of the tiny stone cable huts used when telephone cables were first laid across the Atlantic. The local owners have taken great care when renovating the cottage to retain the character and charm throughout. The holiday cottage is extremely well appointed, which is apparent immediately upon entry.
It is an exceptional location commanding spectacular panoramic sea views over Fishguard Harbour, out towards the Irish Sea and along the dramatic coastline towards Dinas Head.
Guests will enjoy walking the Coastal Path which is just one field away, and can be approached through the owner's farmland below the cottage. This is an excellent base to explore a selection of sandy beaches and coves which are renowned for some of the best swimming and surfing in the County.
This spacious, newly renovated holiday property enjoys a convenient location close to the heart of Fishguard town centre in north Pembrokeshire. Ideal for cyclists and walkers,and near to the leisure centre.
Fishguard has something for everybody including a cinema/theatre, leisure centre, galleries, individual shops, restaurants and several pubs. There is a small beach and an excellent sailing school at Goodwick, just half a mile from the house.
The coastline northwards to Newport and Cardigan Bay (famous for its dolphins) and south to St Davids and St Brides Bay is spectacular.
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Rock Cottage overlooks the beautiful fishing village of Lower Town, Fishguard. The small harbour is famous for being the film location of Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood starring Richard Burton.
The holiday cottage has recently been completely refurbished creating a stylish, and elegant holiday home. The "upside down living" space ensures guests get the full benefit of the wonderful sea views.
Rock Cottage is the perfect holiday base to explore Pembrokeshire - a short drive to the many beaches and coves dotted along the stunning coastline. The shops, restaurants and pubs of Fishguard are within a half mile and St Davids, Porthgain, Solva, and Newport are all within easy reach.
With stunning views over Lower Town Fishing Harbour in north Pembrokeshire and situated at the end of a private lane this very comfortable first floor apartment makes a perfect and peaceful holiday base with no passing traffic.
A path leads from the grounds to Lower Town harbour and the lane leads you into Fishguard where there is a good selection of pubs, restaurants and shops.
Located in a unique, quiet, secluded position about 1/4 mile from the neighbouring property. It is an ideal base for a comfortable and relaxing holiday.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal path which has been named by the National Geographic as the second best walking destination in the world , is easily accessed as are the many lovely beaches and coves along this wonderful part of the North Pembrokeshire coastline.
Enjoying an excellent location with glorious views over Lower Town Harbour and beyond to Fishguard Bay in north Pembrokeshire, this ground floor holiday apartment makes a wonderful holiday destination for a couple.
Situated at the end of a private lane, a path leads from the grounds to Lower Town harbour and the lane leads you into Fishguard with a good selection of pubs, restaurants and shops. This quiet apartment enjoys a secluded position and makes an ideal base for a comfortable and relaxing holiday.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal path is easily accessed as are the many lovely beaches and coves along this wonderful part of the Pembrokeshire coastline. You would not need a car to enjoy a holiday here.
Next to the coastal path, right beside the picturesque Marine Walk and with superb sweeping views over Fishguard Harbour and Fishguard Bay, this detached bungalow makes a perfect location for a holiday.
This refurbished property is close to many amenities which include shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants and a leisure centre.
There is a sail training centre just half a mile away at Goodwick beach and numerous other attractions, beaches and bays within a few minutes' drive.
The coastal and service bus runs past the end of the road and of course you can take a day trip to Ireland on the ferry sailing.
Puffin House is a delightful mid-19th century coastguard cottage, within a few minutes' walk of Fishguard town centre with shops, pubs, galleries, restaurants, modern leisure centre, small theatre/cinema and library - where the Tapestry depicting scenes from the last invasion of Britain hangs.
The farmers' market is every Thursday and alternate Saturday in the Town Hall.
It's a short walk to the picturesque harbour of Lower Town; the location for the film 'Under Milk Wood' starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor.
A perfect holiday base from which to explore Pembrokeshire, with its Coastal Path a few minutes' walk away and coastal walker shuttle buses. St David's, Newport, the Gwaun Valley, Strumble Head, and many beaches and coves dotted along the stunning coastline - including Pwllgwaelod, Cwm-yr-Eglwys and Newport are well worth visiting. There are several traditional pubs nearby.
The house has been newly renovated and fitted in a New England/contemporary style throughout.
Stunning, ever changing sea views over Lower Town harbour and Fishguard Bay can be enjoyed from this fantastic holiday property which is ideally situated in a quiet location in the town of Fishguard, north Pembrokeshire.
Fishguard has a good selection of places to eat and drink and a good variety of small shops selling most things you could possibly need. The Coastal Path is literally at the end of the garden and there is a good bus service for walkers.
The former drill hall has been very carefully converted to provide superb accommodation.
Centrally located in a friendly residential street of the attractive coastal Market town of Fishguard, with a good selection of galleries, pubs, eateries and shops and has become known for the magnificent Last Invasion Tapestry.
Lower town has a picturesque harbour and Goodwick is the place to catch the ferry to Rosslare in Ireland which makes a great day trip.
In fact, Fishguard is well placed for all sorts of sightseeing trips such as Preseli Hills, Gwaun Valley, St Davids, Newport, Porthgain, Whitesands, Strumble Head, Dinas and Cardigan are all within a 10 to 30 minute drive and are perfect for sightseeing and convey the beauty of the landscape, history and variety of the area.
The coastal path can be joined just a few hundred yards from the cottage.