Detached 5 star cottage just outside Porthgain | Hafan Penrhyn
Bookings of 7 nights or more made within 13 days of travelling discounted by 20%
Up to 20% discount for holidays taken between 29 Apr 2017 and 05 May 2017 minimum of 7 nights maximum of 21 nights
Detached 5 star cottage just outside PorthgainThis detached 5 star cottage just outside Porthgain on the St Davids Peninsula has great sea and countryside views and is ideal for couples, friends or a family holiday. Offering the best of both worlds with many activities available nearby (such as coasteering, surfing, walking and fishing) you can choose to be as active as you like or you can simply relax and take it easy in front of the cosy log burner or visit one of the many great places to eat in the area.
Open plan living and dining area with comfy recliner sofas, woodburner, TV (Freesat) with HDMI connector, DVD. Dining table and chairs to seat 4.
Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, electric cooker and hob, full sized fridge freezer.
Utility room with storage space.
Bedroom 1 - Double bedroom, fitted wardrobes, vanity station and wash basin. Great sea views.
Bedroom 2 - Twin room with 2 single beds. Great sea views.
Bathroom - Bath with electric shower, wc and wash basin.
Private rear patio area with table and chairs and BBQ. Side lawned area (with washing line if required).
- Welcome pack on arrival includes win, tea, coffee, sugar and milk.
- Bed linen and towels provided.
- Iron & ironing board available.
- Electricity & central heating included.
- High chair, travel cot and stair gate available. (Please request on booking) Please bring your own bed linen for the cot.
- Wi-fi available.
- No smoking.
- Parking area for up to 2 cars.(Parking for 1 car by the side of cottage and 1 on flat grass area just past garden)
- Wood is not provided but can be purchased locally.
- The following items are also provided at the cottage for your stay… Kitchen: salt and pepper, kitchen roll, washing up liquid/dishwasher tablets, new dishcloths and scourers, tin foil and cling film. Bathroom: liquid hand soap and 1 toilet rolls per toilet. General cleaning products: anti bacterial spray / kitchen spray etc.
- Supermarkets deliver to the cottage and there are also plenty of local shops with great local produce.
- No pets.
|Home from home. Blue Lagoon was our favourite.|
|Family from West Midlands, Apr 2017
|Very cosy and well equipped lodge. We spend a lovely, relaxing weekend in the cosy lodge. Very nice place! The coast is breath-taking. We really enjoyed our stay.|
|Family from Bristol, Apr 2017
|We had a really lovely time, would of liked longer there! :-) Whitesands is a lovely beach to visit.|
|Family from Bae Colwyn/Colwyn Bay, Feb 2017
There are many great beaches and coves, all nearby, including Abereiddy and Trefin. We can also recommend some great secluded beaches on arrival, but they are a secret, so please don't tell anyone else :). The ever popular Whitesands Beach is just 6 miles away and is great for surfing, bathing and family fun.
The St David's Peninsula is beautiful and contains St David's itself, Britains' smallest city. The Cathedral is well worth a visit and is only 6 miles away from the cottage. St David's has plenty of places to eat and drink, small local shops and a supermarket. Ramsey Island is a dramatic off-shore island teaming with bird and sea life. It is accessible by a regular boat service from St Justinian’s, which crosses the spectacular Ramsey Sound, with its infamous and treacherous reef, known as The Bitches. Many boat trips can be booked, including jet boat rides, fishing trips, bird watching, seal watching and even whale and dolphin watching trips. The coastline includes the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path section of the All Wales Coastal Path so it is great for walking. A shuttle bus runs near the property and can drop you off or pick you up form different points along the path. Coasteering is very popular in the area (our very own Meirion tried coasteering here) especially at the Blue Lagoon in Abereiddy and other popular activities include kayaking and surfing, with lessons and kit hire all available locally.
Fishguard is about 8 miles away. This town has a ferry port (ideal for a day trip to Ireland) and it also has a very interesting history: the last invasion of Britain took place here in 1797 and local hero, Jemima Nicholas, is alleged to have beaten back the French invaders wielding only a pitch fork. A special tapestry tells the story of this historical episode and can be seen in the Town Hall. Strumble Head is a rocky headland near Fishgaurd and with its towering cliffs and rocky landscape, it is also a great spot to watch the ferry coming into the harbour and to try and spot any dolphins in the bay.
For families, Folly Farm , Oakwood Theme Park and Hanger 5 Trampoline Park , Manor House Wildlife Park and Heatherton World of Activities are great all-weather attractions.
Abereiddy - A pebbly beach made up mainly of shingle and sand. The beach is great for families with good facilities on site. 2 miles.
Whitesands - The blue-flagged Whitesands Bay is a popular family beach because of its safe swimming and clean white sand. It is also regarded as one of Wales’ top surfspots. 6 miles
Canoeing, kayaking, coastering and much more can be arranged at Abereiddy. 2 miles.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and All Wales Coastal Path can be joined at Porthgain. 1 mile.
Many coves and rocky marks that provide superb sea fishing. 1 mile.
Boat trips - Fishing and sightseeing trips from St Justinians and Porthgain. 1 mile.
Priskilly golf course is renowned for its warm welcome and challenging 9 hole golf course set in picturesque parkland. 5 miles.
National Cycle Route 4 (or NCR 4) runs near the cottage and is a great ride that goes from Fishguard to London mainly on quiet country roads. 0 miles.
For off road cycling Llys-Y-Fran is a large country park just outside Haverfordwest. 20 miles.
Nolton Stables offer great beach riding along Druidstone Haven beach . 11 miles.
Check-in from: 15:00 / Check-out by: 10:00
TestimonialsHome from home. Blue Lagoon was our favourite.Family from West Midlands, Apr 2017Very cosy and well equipped lodge. We spend a lovely, relaxing weekend in the cosy lodge. Very nice place! The coast is breath-taking. We really enjoyed our stay.Family from Bristol, Apr 2017We had a really lovely time, would of liked longer there! :-) Whitesands is a lovely beach to visit.Family from Bae Colwyn/Colwyn Bay, Feb 2017