Strumble Head 3.5 miles, Fishguard 5 miles, St Davids 13.5 miles.
Bwthyn Gynon is a wonderful, semi-detached cottage, located near the iconic Strumble Head Lighthouse, in a tranquil area within the Pembrokeshire countryside.
The home is ideal for families who like to explore the outdoors, with views of the countryside and Garn Fawr, as well as private parking for two cars.
When you arrive, head inside to find your delightful accommodation, which has original tile flooring throughout.
Continue to the lounge/diner, a room brimming with character, owing to the original chimney area, the 'Simne Fawr', which now houses the wooden dining table.
There's also a beautifully equipped, shaker-style galley kitchen with a lot of appliances available for the designated chef and a hamper of local produce containing wine, beer, milk, Welsh cakes, free range eggs and preserve is provided, together with toiletries.
After a delicious meal, proceed to the sitting room, a lovely place with cushioned seating set in front of the TV, where you can unwind in front of the crackling, wood burning stove and pop on a DVD from the selection available.
As the day comes to an end, go upstairs to find two fantastic double bedrooms, the first of which enjoys spacious interiors, whilst the other features a bed that is situated opposite the window, so you can enjoy those amazing views as you relax.
The bathroom offers an invigorating rinse beneath a rainfall shower or soak up in the p-shaped bath; you're spoilt for choice!
The cottage is complemented by two excellent outdoor areas, one of which is a front lawned space and the other is an enclosed back garden surrounded by mature shrubbery, which allows for a fantastic location for some alfresco meals.
Take in the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which is less than a mile's walk from the cottage or travel a short distance to Strumble Head for one of Pembrokeshire's picture-postcard sights, before taking in a cuppa at the cafe at Melin Tregwynt (working woollen mill with shop).
Then head down to the city of St Davids, home to a breath-taking cathedral, as well as nearby beaches, including the beautiful stretch of Whitesands Bay.
For more coastal fun, go coasteering at Abereiddi's Blue Lagoon before enjoying a sumptuous meal in Porthgain's Sloop Inn or The Shed bistro - take your pick!
Finally, head back to Fishguard, near the site of the last invasion of mainland Britain in 1797, with its incredible Last Invasion Tapestry in the Town Hall and the story of our indomitable Jemima Nicholas!
From the mythical Preseli Hills down to Marloes Sands, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has so much more to offer, which you can enjoy during a stay at Bwthyn Gynon.