The sprawling village of Croes Goch on the north Pembrokeshire coast sits mid way between the tiny city of St Davids to the south west and Fishguard harbour town to the north east. The Atramont Arms is a popular village pub that also serves as the local fish and chip shop. Enjoy a pint of ale while you wait. Across the road is Trevigan Art Gallery founded by celebrated painter the late John Knapp-Fisher. The village hosts an annual garden show and an annual tractor run in June.
Sleeps: 4 | Bedrooms: 2 | No dogs | Wi-Fi | Changeover: Sat
Located in the tranquil coastal settlement of St Justinians this charming converted chapel with a hot tub is close to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, the Lifeboat Station and embarkation point for local boat trips.