Sit a while and listen to the ocean from the lawned gardens.
Towyn Cottage is right by the sea...
This fabulous cosy cottage is the perfect hideaway at any time of year.
Make the most of fresh local produce to cook up a holiday feast.
The main bedroom is light and spacious, with the added benefit of an en suite shower-room.
Imagine waking up to the view from the main bedroom every morning!
Towyn Cottage is a beautiful rustic cottage situated just a stone's throw away from Abereiddy beach and surrounded by blissful countryside.
Muted shades and elegant furnishings welcome you to Towyn Cottage.
Sink into the comfy sofas and relax into your holiday.
Lovely touches throughout.
The fabulous wood-burner will keep you toasty during cooler months.
The solid oak kitchen fits seamlessly with the original oak beams.
Sit and chat with the chef in the sociable kitchen/diner.
Light floods into the kitchen through the dual-aspect windows.
A quiet space for some peace and quiet on the landing.
With luxury linens and the most beautiful outlook, the main bedroom is a delight.
The lovely en suite for a refreshing shower after a day on the beach.
Oodles of space in the main bedroom.
Sweet dreams are guaranteed in this lovely twin bedroom.
Simple and delightful.
The family bathroom has a bath for a welcome soak and a shower.
Lots of space and exposed beams in the second twin bedroom.
From dawn to dusk, spending time outside here is a must.
Coastal adventures are on your doorstep.
Towyn Cottage is in a magical setting surrounded by countryside, 2 minutes from the sea.
The breath-taking Blue Lagoon is only minutes away.
Beautiful Abereiddy beach is on your doorstep.
Magical St Davids' Cathedral is a ten minute drive away.
Walk the dramatic coast path and take in dramatic scenes like this one overlooking Newgale.
Aber Draw is a photographer's dream.
Walkers will delight in the Pembrokeshire coast path.

Towyn Cottage

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4.8 miles NE of St Davids / Sleeps 6 + cot

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Sloop Inn (1 ¼ miles)

Situated on the coast path between Fishguard and St Davids, this traditional pub is open daily and an ideal place to stop for refreshments. Food is locally sourced, including locally caught fish and daily specials are available. Booking is adviseable.

Nearest beach

Abereiddy Bay Beach (150 yards)

This beach is a great place to hunt for tiny graptolite fossils. It's also a good place for snorkeling and close to the Blue lagoon for diving and kayaking. There's good access to the beach via a path but little by way of facilities due to its rural location. In summer there is usually an ice cream van in the large car park. Dogs are welcome year round.

Nearest walk

Abereiddi to Porthgain Walk (250 yards)

This picturesque coastal walk takes in the path along the coast from Abereiddi and then inland from Porthgain through pretty countryside. Passing the iconic Blue Lagoon, pretty Porthgain Harbour and dramatic cliffs, this walk is a must. Thanks to our friends at the National Trust you can follow their map where the walk starts at Porthgain but as it's circular you can pick it up at any point.

Nearest town

Porthgain (1 ¼ miles)

A charming village with an attractive harbour. In the 18th and 19th centuries, it was a flourishing seaport exporting slate and shale. Now it is a quaint harbour occupied by small fishing boats. Don't miss the opportunity to buy crab fresh off the boat when the fishermen return. Have dinner in - or outside at Sloop Inn, and enjoy some of the finest Fish and Chips at the Shed where locally caught crab and lobster are also served.

Also nearby

The Shed Porthgain (1 ¼ miles)

With an emphasis on fresh local fish, there is always a meat and vegetarian option available. There's a relaxed atmosphere and this is the ideal place to go for fish and chips. It's adviseable to check opening times as this does vary throughout the year.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

February 2022

Great fish

The fish and chips were excellent, as was the coffee and the service. Very welcome after a walk along the coastal path.
Would definitely recommend.

Celtic Quest Coasteering (150 yards)

Meet at the beach for some crazy coasteering fun. Enjoy cliff jumping, diving, belly flopping and scrambling your way along the coast. Give the team a call and look forward to your next adventure.

The Bishops (4 ½ miles)

Open year round, apart from Christmas Day, call in for seasonal Welsh dishes and fresh local fish alongside a warm welcome for all the family. At the weekend you'll often find local bands playing live music.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

February 2022

Warm welcome

We loved this pub which was always welcoming and the food was good.

The Blue Lagoon (¼ mile)

Until 1910 this was a slate quarry, it was then abandonded and flooded and when a channel was blasted to connect it to the sea, the Blue Lagoon was created. Today it's popular with watersports enthusiasts who come here to kayak and coasteer. It has even been the location for the world series diving championships. If you do decide to take a dip take care, it is very deep and very cold.

The Ship Inn Trefin (2 ½ miles)

With delightful views over surrounding countryside, this traditional inn is a great place for outside al fresco dining. In winter months you'll find a roaring log fire to keep you toasty. Food is traditional and hearty, the pie is recommended.

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