Discover the Charm of Lambston Cottage: A Cozy Retreat in Pembrokeshire
Embrace the Serenity of Lambston Cottage in Pembrokeshire Nestled in the tranquil rural setting of Lambston, Pembrokeshire, Lambston Cottage offers a peaceful... Read More
Tucked away in the small Pembrokeshire village of St Dogmaels is this charming cottage Ardwyn. Savouring at an elevated position looking over the footbridge and running stream Ardwyn is the perfect setting for a small family or friends to relish in the perfect Pembrokeshire coastline. The cottage has been newly renovated to a contemporary style perfect for both long or short stays.
On entering the property you will be welcomed with a spacious living and dining area harbouring a cozy log burner, you can look forward to conjuring up a delicious feast in the well-equipped kitchen and enjoy as a family at the dining table. As your eyes grow heavy, head to one of the two well presented bedrooms. One double and twin bedroom both with their own charming features for you to catch your rest. Ardwyn has one spacious family bathroom. This Dog friendly cottage is in the perfect position for you to explore all of Pembrokeshire’s secrets spots.
Choose a stay at Ardwyn for a holiday to remember.
Whilst on your holiday we want you to enjoy yourselves as much as possible, but there are a few rules we would like you to abide by .
As this beautiful cottage is semi detached we politely ask the noise to be kept to a minimum out of respect for the neighbours
Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the cottage. Although there is a garden to the rear.
Ardwyn is Pet friendly to very well behaved doggies who love exploring.
St Dogmaels is a small village overlooking the River Teifi a mile downstream from the bustling town of Cardigan. The coastline offers stunning beaches, golden sands and rugged coves in all directions.
There is a lot of exploring to be done in this area, for instance a boat trip around Cardigan Bay is a must to see. Resident Bottlenose Dolphins, Porpoise and Grey Seals are a common site. The 186-mile long Pembrokeshire Coast Path starts in St Dogmaels village and continues south as far as Amroth to the south. St Dogmaels houses the remains of a 12th century St Dogmaels Abbey and, most importantly has a pub, mini-market and fish and chip shop right on your doorstep!
A short distance from this dog friendly holiday cottage is Cardigan. You can enjoy the Farmers Market, which is held every Tuesday, offering a wide range of local produce such as vegetables, meat, cakes, bread, seafood, cheese and hand-crafted textiles and much, much more.
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