This cosy terrace cottage overlooks Mathry's village church and is a couple of minutes walk from the local pub The Farmers, which serves meals.
There is also Siop Fach Tea Rooms, serving breakfast and lunches, with an interesting selection of collectables for sale.
It is just two miles from Abercastle beach which is popular for bathing and boating.
In summer it is a picturesque scene, with colourful fishing boats and walkers enjoying the coastal path.
The tiny village of Mathry is ideally placed between Fishguard and St Davids (both less than 15 minutes drive) in the renowned Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
St Davids is Britain's smallest cathedral city and has numerous galleries, eateries, individual shops and pubs.
You can also book a boat trip around Ramsey Island to see the seals, birds, caves and even porpoise.
If you need more of an adrenaline rush try a coasteering adventure.