This spacious farmhouse is near Garn Fawr, a huge rocky outcrop above Pwllderi in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
From the top of Garn Fawr you can see down to St Davids, across to the Preseli Hills and even over to Ireland on a very clear day.
Nearby Strumble Head is stunningly beautiful and a great place for walking and watching wildlife including seals, porpoises, dolphins and migrating birds.
Goodwick and Fishguard are 10 minutes by car and offer shops, restaurants and pubs.
St Davids, with its magnificent cathedral and Newport, with its lovely beaches, are both well worth visiting for their selection of individual shops, eateries and galleries and are within a half hour drive.
If you like walking, there are 186 miles of coastal path to enjoy and the coastal bus service passes close by.
You can walk right from the house along the bridle/footpath to the coast if you prefer.
The Farmhouse dates back to 1795 and retains charm and character with all the modern comforts you could want.