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Self-catering with 2 units £200-£450 pupw sleeps 2

Beudy Gwyn

Beudy Gwyn

Contact

Cotterill Farm,
Biggin-by-Hartington,
Buxton,
SK17 0DJ

Address

Penparc,
Trevine,
Pembrokeshire,
SA62 5AG

Details

BEUDY BACH, in the grading process received sufficient points as would ordinarily bring it within the 5 star band, but ony given 4 star as there is no dishwasher; However the points awarded reflect the quality. The living room is open up to the rafters and benefits from a log-burning stove giving an open yet truly cosy feeling. As well as being comfortably furnished the room also has a television, video, DVD player and stereo CD/radio system. The sitting room has the benefit of French doors, which open out, onto a small garden with garden furniture. The bedroom has a comfortable double bed with extra thick mattress with ample wardrobe space. In the bathroom there is a full suite including a bath with good quality shower over.

The dining kitchen benefits from a full size cooker, washing machine, fridge and microwave. There is every gadget and utensil you will need for your holiday along with good quality crockery and glassware.This cottage has its own private parking space.

The garden, with spectacular sea views (good banner picture on owners own web site) is large and laid mainly to lawn.

One mile down a quite country lane from the cottages and hamlet is the acclaimed village of Trefin, situated on clifftops between the famous harbours of Porthgain and beautiful Abercastle. Trefin has its own cove on the edge of the village at Aberflin, with numerous rock pools in this small sand and shingle beach which is surrounded on three sides by rugged cliffs. Trefin is quite a bustling village with a post office, pub, an artists gallery, a more general craft shop, and a couple of tea shops. 40 Minutes walk by the coastal path is the famed harbour of Porthgain. Just a few hundred yards south from here is a wonderful sandy National trust beach Traethllyfn , and an equally short distance further on beyond that is the beach of Abereiddy, probably the most painted scene in Wales. Also only a short distance north of our local village, Trefin, is the superb small harbour of Abercastle. Then in either direction on the coast are some wonderful beaches, coves and harbours, all connected by the famous Coast Path.

Quite apart from the superb scenic location, the cottage ia also well placed for amenities, there is one pub serving really well kept real ale and also bar food just a few hundred yards away, with two more pubs selling good quality bar meals only one mile away, whilst a fourth pub, the Sloop, only 2 miles away in the fishing harbour of Portgain, is undoubtedly the most famous pub on the St Davids Peninsula. Our hamlet is well catered for by way of provisions with a small store within 50 yards and a petrol station with a larger grocery store attached offering a wide selection of groceries, newspapers, logs etc. on the main Fishguard/St Davids Road 350 yards away. There are a substantial number of other pubs within 5 miles, six restaurants, and needless to say numerous tea shops within a similar distance.

Availability and prices are shown on our web site www.holidaycottagesinpembrokeshire.co.uk

TelephoneRadioTelevisionSatellite TVIroning facilitiesPrivate parkingGardenCentral heatingFreezerMicrowave cookerDishwasherLinen providedTelephone (public)WiFi or internet accessCD playerHairdryerHigh chairs availableReal log/coal firesStaff fluent in GermanStaff fluent in WelshDrying facilitiesWashing machine

Children welcome from any age.

Reviews

    Mature / Senior Couple Alan Burgess
    Lichfield, United Kingdom
    22 August 2013
    Rated as 4 out of 5

    “Comfortable, cosy, well equipped accomodation. ”

    A little more remote than anticipated and futher from the sea than the photograph suggested. Would have felt more secure if parking could have been allocated on the property as opposed to the road.
    Joy didn't make contact with us until the last day of our visit although we didn't have any problems this is reflected in our score.
    Very good local information in the cottage which was very helpful.
    Overall a very pleasant stay.

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    Location

    Directions

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    Map reference: SM 844312  Lat: 51.93813 Long: -5.13666

    350 yards on the coast side of the main Fishguard to St Davids road, exactly half way between the 2. Detailed driving instructions are given when booking

    Facilities

    • TelephoneTelephone
    • RadioRadio
    • TelevisionTelevision
    • Satellite TVSatellite TV
    • Ironing facilitiesIroning facilities
    • Private parkingPrivate parking
    • GardenGarden
    • Central heatingCentral heating
    • FreezerFreezer
    • Microwave cookerMicrowave cooker
    • DishwasherDishwasher
    • Linen providedLinen provided
    • Telephone (public)Telephone (public)
    • WiFi or internet accessWiFi or internet access
    • CD playerCD player
    • HairdryerHairdryer
    • High chairs availableHigh chairs available
    • Real log/coal firesReal log/coal fires
    • Staff fluent in GermanStaff fluent in German
    • Staff fluent in WelshStaff fluent in Welsh
    • Drying facilitiesDrying facilities
    • Washing machineWashing machine

    Children welcome from any age.