Surrounded by the magnificent, unspoilt beauty of the local area, including many spectacular sandy beaches, a memorable Welsh holiday is promised in this delightful cottage. Nestled in the heart of the St David's peninsula, walkers, surfers and beach combers will be in holiday heaven.
The world-famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is easily accessed from the cottage, meandering around the stunning Welsh coastline, revealing expanses of sandy beaches and craggy coves, speckled with gorgeous coastal towns and villages, ideal for a much-deserved cold drink en route, or a tasty lunch al fresco. The Shed at Porthgain serves the best fish and chips in the world. Try them and see! The Cambrian Inn serves delicious dishes, and a Welsh cake and cup of tea are a must in MamGu's in Solva.
The well-presented, spacious accommodation is set over two floors. Take much deserved time out relaxing in the comfortable sitting-room, which on chillier evenings glows with the warmth of the open fire. The tranquil location promises a hushed night's sleep in any of the bedrooms. The en suite bedroom sits on the ground floor, with a double room on the first floor enjoying magical sea views towards the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland on a clear day. The fresh and airy twin bedroom looks towards the rolling meadows to the front.
Soak up the sea views on balmy evenings from the sun-room, the perfect place to forget the world, enjoy a glass of wine and get into a good book. On rainy days, the large table in the attractive dining-room is ideal for jigsaws and board games or for sitting together, enjoying leisurely holiday meals, laughter and being reminded of how much you love those around you.
It's a great place to plan the holiday excursions. Surfers and children will love Newgale beach and nearby Whitesands, beautiful sandy beaches, ideal for days out, picnics, making sandcastles and the most of the sea. Lifeguards are on duty in both beaches throughout the summer.
There are two enclosed gardens. The rear garden is huge and perfect for ball games and playing. The dogs will love it too. Imagine sitting on the top terrace, with pergola, soaking up the sun and the wonderful views across the Irish Sea towards Strumble Head, or with a sundowner under the starry skies. The garden to the front of the cottage is accessed via the sun-room and enjoys stunning sea views.
Two pubs are within walking distance of the cottage and the local garage, a two minute drive away, has a very well stocked shop with lots of local produce and a bakery.
There is something for all ages in the area; horse riding on the beach is popular from Nolton Riding Stables, a round of golf at Priskilly Forest golf course, fishing, fantastic boat trips, you may even spot dolphins (booked in St Davids), and a must between April and August is to see the puffins on Skomer Island.
Family attractions such as The Bug Farm, Castell Henllys, a Celtic village taking you back in time in an Iron Age Settlement, Abereiddi Beach, with the spectacular natural Blue Lagoon, Bluestone, Oakwood Park, the magnificent St David's Cathedral and for day trips, how about a drive to the south of the county to Tenby and Saundersfoot, or the castles at Manobier, Carew and Pembroke.
Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Utility-area with tumble-drier
Sitting-room with TV, DVD player and open fire
Bathroom with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5) and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with double bed (4'6'')
Bedroom 3 with twin beds (3')
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
*Only 1 cot is provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome (up to 6 dogs)
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 4 cars
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Picnic table
- Full oil-fired CH
Nestled in the heart of the St. David's Peninsula in an area of outstanding beauty and endless blue seas.
Nothing warms the soul like a cosy log fire.
Throw open the patio doors on a perfect summer's day.
Spacious ground floor double room with king-size bed.
Escape to the top of the garden and soak up the symphony of coastal and rural views.
Enjoy a sunny breakfast before a day exploring the glorious Pembrokeshire coastline.
Idyllic spot for a glass or two, in the sunshine or under the stars.
Spend time in the enclosed front garden or in the large enclosed lawned garden to the rear.
First floor double room with lovely sea views.
Enjoy the rural views from the sunny twin room on the first floor.
Calming blues in the attractive en suite shower-room.
So near to so many glorious beaches.....
You'll find everything you need in this sunny kitchen for some tasty holiday cooking.
Sitting in a stunning location on the St. David's Peninsula, a warm welcome awaits in Beudy Gwyn. (The White Cowshed).
Listen to the sweet melody of birdsong from under the pergola, marvelling at the spellbinding sea views.
The spacious conservatory overlooks the front garden.
Enjoy the luxury of leisurely time soaking up the sea views with afternoon tea.
Stylish dining-room for relaxed holiday meals or a board game or two.
The first floor double bedroom is next to the twin room.
Who doesn't love a cup of tea in bed!
Another view of the twin room.
Heavenly bath after a beach day. (Located on the ground floor)
Welcome to Beudy Gwyn (The White Cowshed) .... just look at the huge lawned garden.
Wales has so much to offer for a perfect holiday.
The stunning coves of Aber Draw. There are over 15 beautiful beaches within easy reach of the cottage.
Glorious Newgale Beach, with almost 2 miles of never-ending golden sands, high pebble bank and most days, exhilarating waves. Ideal for kite surfers and surfers, whilst children love the sandy beach.
Pembrokeshire is calling... enjoy the most memorable holiday here.
Just a stone's throw away is the enchanting cove of Aber Draw.
Do visit the magnificent St. David's cathedral.