This lovely five-bedroom holiday home, sleeping 8 is perfectly placed near St Davids, The Blue Lagoon, Abereiddy and Porthgain in Pembrokeshire.
Clawddcam has been fully refurbished and offers superb farmhouse accommodation with fabulous countryside views as well as a great garden snug, hot tub, off-road parking and it’s dog-friendly too.
The bistro style kitchen with breakfast bar has everything you need to cook up tasty treats for the family.
The adjacent spacious living and dining room has a woodburning stove and it's a perfect space for sharing meals and snuggling down on one of the comfy sofas for a movie night on the Smart TV.
There are five lovely bedrooms, which include a super-king-size, king-size, double and two singles as well as a beautifully-appointed bathroom with a raised roll-top bath and rainfall shower.
There is a pretty enclosed walled garden to the fore with garden furniture and hot tub which is perfect for relaxing after a day walking the coastal path.
At the bottom of the garden is a stable snug which makes a great chill out area, it has a log burner, comfy sofa and chairs as well as a TV, board games and table football.
There are a number of bird boxes around the grounds.This and its proximity to the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and St Davids Peninsula provides a bird watchers paradise.
You can spot yellow hammers, Red kites, Ring neck doves, Buzzards, Sparrow hawks, Common woodpeckers, Barn Owls and many more.
Start off your Pembrokeshire tour with a trip to Newgale Beach, which is renowned for its two miles of pebble backed golden sand.
This beach is the perfect place to unwind and get lost in a good book or you can try your hand at coasteering, surfing or paddleboarding.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path and its beaches surround you with further wonderful opportunities awaiting with a short hop to Abermawr, Abercastle and Abereiddy.
You can enjoy exploring the landscape or taking part in a coasteering adventure at the spectacular Blue Lagoon (Morlyn Glas), hidden away on the Pembrokeshire Coastline and located on the site of the old Abereiddy quarry.
Whilst doing so, make sure to call into Porthgain for a meal to remember at The Shed or The Sloop.
Solva with its picture postcard harbour and beach can't be missed.
St Davids, the smallest city in Britain is just a short trip from this property has an array of shops and eateries.
Take a walk around the ground of St Davids cathedral or The Bishops Palace.
Back at your base, there is a very friendly Livery Yard nearby so the kids of the group have a wonderful opportunity to see horses in close proximity.
Regardless of how you want to pass the time in West Wales, make it happen from the magnificent base of Clawddcam.