Ardwyn

Ardwyn Cottage | St Dogmaels

About the property

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.

The Location

Do's and Dont's

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. 

Things to do

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.

Book now

Click the book now button below to see the Available dates through our live calendar. 

Related posts

Hafan Hedd Solva Sleeps 2 dog friendly holiday home netletuk barn conversion renovated staycation pembrokeshire history -47

Hafan Hedd Cottage

Hafan Hedd | Solva

Hafan Hedd Solva Sleeps 2 dog friendly holiday home netletuk barn conversion renovated staycation pembrokeshire history -37

About the property

Hafan Hedd is a newly renovated and restored farmhouse situated close to Solva, Pembrokeshire. It was established in 1837 and remained derelict for many years.The owners of Hafan Hedd have renovated this cottage to the highest standards keeping the authentic feel with modern fittings and features.
As you arrive at Hafan Hedd cottage you are greeted with a large gravel entrance and drive with a newly lawned area to the left.


The cottage has a small patio area outside the front equipped with garden furniture to sit out in the sun and take in the countryside views while listening to the birds and local wildlife.

As you enter the cottage through the front door you will see the contrast between authentic stone walls and modern touches. There is an open plan living dining area with a large fireplace fitted with a log burner, perfect for those cosy evenings after a day exploring Pembrokeshire’s hotspots.

To the left is a newly fitted bright and modern kitchen, and to the right is your family bathroom with a shower, sink and toilet. Up the stairs to the first floor is a converted bedroom loft area. There is a kingsize bed, futon and storage. At the foot of the bed is the chimney breast given a unique modern look while encompassing the original wooden beam.

Book now

Click the book now button below to see the available dates through our live calendar. 

Read More

The Oaks Pembroke Holiday Home Holyland Country Home Sleeps 4 NetLetuk -15

The Oaks

The Oaks | Pembroke

The Oaks Pembroke Holiday Home Holyland Country Home Sleeps 4 NetLetuk -08

About the property

Holyland House is a very well known historic building within Pembrokeshire with lots of history behind it! It came into ownership of the Adams family in 1422 and was passed down along 19 generations of the family until it was purchased in 2009 and made into the apartments that you can now rent out for your stay in Pembrokeshire. Holyland House was also used by the British army during WW2! 

Upon arrival at this property you will find the lush shared lawn that leads to the property. There are also two secure parking spaces within the courtyard. 

As you enter the beautifully decorated apartment you will immediately find the open plan kitchen, dining and living area. The kitchen is fully equipped with anything you might need for making your favourite meals. 

Walking through the living area, admiring the breathtaking country views you will soon find the master bedroom. Fully equipped with a comfortable king bed, perfect for a good night’s rest after a long day of exploring. Adjacent to the master bedroom you will find the full, family bathroom. 

East of the kitchen you will find the second bedroom. This bedroom has a zip and link bed! Meaning that this can be either left as two singles or can be made up into a second king size bed. In here you’ll also find the ensuite bathroom, this has a lovely shower/bath combination. 

The grounds of The Oaks are private to those who are staying at this gorgeous country home but at the bottom of the garden there is a small gate that leads to the Holyland Woods, this is fully accessible to the public. Feel free to head on a leisurely walk through the woods as it leads you into Pembroke town.

The Location

Pembroke Castle is one of the best castles that Wales has to offer! Here’s some fun facts that we think you’ll enjoy:

• The castle was built in 1218 by Earl Roger of Montgomery


• Pembroke Castle is the birthplace of Henry VII who was the founder of the Tudor dynasty and king of England between 1485 – 1509


• Henry VII is also the only Welsh king of Britain


• There is also a tower named after him! This is where it is believed he was born


• Pembroke Castle is built above Wogan Cavern – this is accessible via a huge spiral staircase within the castle
 
• Many films have been shot at Pembroke Castle! A few of the many include Me Before You (2016), The Lion in Winter (1968), The Bad Education Movie (2015), Beauty Spots in South Wales (1912)
 

More Information

Food at Williams is somewhere you should visit if you’re looking for a tasty lunch with a freshly brewed cup of coffee. Using local produce to make everything fresh to order, you’ll always find something to enjoy.
 

Book now

Click the book now button below to see the Available dates through our live calendar. 

Read More

Gannet Lodge Sleeps 8 Llandstadwell Pembrokeshire netletuk holiday home dog friendly -34

Gannet Lodge

Gannet Lodge | Llanstadwell | Milford Haven

Gannet Lodge Sleeps 8 Llandstadwell Pembrokeshire netletuk holiday home dog friendly -78

About the property

Gannet’s Lodge was designed in the late 1960s by renowned local Pembrokeshire architect Beaumont ‘Monty’ Minter. With an unusual ‘bungalow-over-basement’ design to make best use of the stunning 180 degree views of the Milford Haven Waterway it incorporates many mid-century modern design elements such as stone cladding, split-level floors, and the use of dark wood and stone internally. The house is currently being sympathetically modernised to become a future family home by its new owner, a partner at Cardiff based Downs Merrifield Architects. Phase 1 of the works have just completed, addressing the living space, bedrooms and 1 of the bathrooms. The house is now available for a limited period over the summer season before Phase 2 commences (Winter 2022) which will tackle the 80’s kitchen and remaining bathroom and also turn the lower ground floor storage rooms into living accommodation

 

 

 

On arrival to this property you have ample parking with your own private drive and driveway. On entering the property you will travel into a large dining and living area. Each area has direct views onto the haven. The conservatory is attached onto the living area and is a real sun trap to catch the sunsets in the evenings. 

Down the hall is a spacious, well equipped kitchen with direct views onto the haven waterway. The bedrooms are further down the hallway with ample space, storage and views of the countryside or direct views onto the waterway. The master bedroom has an en-suite, while the other three bedrooms share the modern family bathroom. 

Gannet Lodge celebrates the indoor/outdoor living lifestyle and is a very private property based at the end of Llanstadwell village. With ample space and panoramic views it is the perfect staycation for family and friends.

 

The Location

The original insignificant village of Neyland, sometimes rendered as `Nayland`, had in 1851, fewer than 200 inhabitants. The village, on the northern bank of Milford Haven, once had a Salt Refinery and a Shipyard and in the mid nineteenth century consisted of cottages, two chapels and two public houses.

Most of the buildings were levelled by the Railway Company between 1855/1856. Once the railway opened, an entirely new Neyland grew up, near to the all important railway. The choice of Neyland as the terminus of the railway was entirely that of Isambard Kingdom Brunel). It is therefore highly appropriate that he is regarded as the founder of Neyland Town.

The opening of the railway was followed by a complete transformation of the Eastern part of Llanstadwell Parish. It was a period of tremendous growth. New houses sprang up for the railway workers, a Steamship service commenced in August 1856 to Waterford, and later to Cork in Ireland, operated by Messrs. Ford & Jackson.

A huge pontoon, designed by Brunel was launched in the spring of 1857 to facilitate the transport of passengers and livestock to and from Ireland. In 1858, a Steamship route from Neyland to Portugal and Brazil was inaugurated.

Neyland was a true railway boomtown. The population of Llanstadwell Parish increased dramatically to one thousand and forty five people in 1861 and an impressive hotel, the South Wales Hotel, opened in 1858. The Picton Castle and Lawrenny Estates, which chiefly comprised Neyland, granted numerous leases for house building. Four new chapels and shops were added and new services and conveniences appeared. Neyland acquired an importance and status, which the inhabitants of the sleepy little village could never have dreamed of.

This golden age lasted for about 50 years.

More Information

Photo Credit: Neyland Yacht Haven 

Freshly prepared food cooked to order using Pembrokeshire produce and fish with beautiful panoramic views of the Cleddau waterway, in our friendly riverside Inn.
 
A choice of real ales and local craft beers available.
 

Book now

Click the book now button below to see the Available dates through our live calendar. 

Read More

Search

August 2022

  • M
  • T
  • W
  • T
  • F
  • S
  • S
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
  • 16
  • 17
  • 18
  • 19
  • 20
  • 21
  • 22
  • 23
  • 24
  • 25
  • 26
  • 27
  • 28
  • 29
  • 30
  • 31

September 2022

  • M
  • T
  • W
  • T
  • F
  • S
  • S
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
  • 16
  • 17
  • 18
  • 19
  • 20
  • 21
  • 22
  • 23
  • 24
  • 25
  • 26
  • 27
  • 28
  • 29
  • 30
0 Adults
0 Children
Pets
Size
Price
Amenities
Characteristics

Compare listings

Compare