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'Dusty' enjoying an afternoon nap - many Quality Cottages welcome pets thumb-1
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The Flying Boat Centre, Pembroke Dock - dedicated to recovering the last remaining Mark 1 Sunderland currently lying on the seabed of the Haven Waterway thumb-1
Medieval Pembroke Castle was the birthplace of Henry VII. Falconry displays, music festivals and historical events take place throughout the year thumb-1
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The Bar at Brunel Quay overlooks Neyland Marina - a lovely spot to relax with a refreshing cool drink thumb-1
Book a sea safari from Brunel Quay, Neyland out to explore the Viking Islands of Skomer and Skolkholm off the Pembrokeshire coast thumb-1
Skomer Island is home to many seabirds including Puffins which breed during the early summer thumb-1
Dale - a popular seaside village with sailing club and award winning Griffin Inn serving good food, beer and wines thumb-1
Spectacular coastal scenery over Marloes Sands from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path  - a magnificent beach with a crescent of golden sand at low tide thumb-1
Walk from Broad Haven North round to Little Haven at low tide - both seaside villages are popular with families thumb-1
Wavecrest Cafe, West Angle Bay is in a unique beach side location. Local crab, local beers & cider, delicious homemade cakes and freshly ground coffees thumb-1
Freshwater West, Pembrokeshire - a wide sandy beach and one of the best for surf in Wales thumb-1
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St Govans Chapel - a tiny 6th century hermitâ??s cell built into the cliffs near Bosherston thumb-1
On the causeway at Bosherston Lily Ponds - the water lilies are a delight along with the abundant wildlife and water fowl thumb-1
Ye Olde Worlde Cafe, Bosherston - enjoy tea and home made cake on the lawns after a walk round the Lily Ponds thumb-1
Walk from Stackpole Quay over to exotic Barafundle Bay thumb-1
Do visit medieval Tenby - a popular Victorian seaside resort with narrow cobbled streets, picturesque harbour and 5 lovely beaches thumb-1
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Gwynt Teg Pembroke Ferry

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Dog
  • Reference 1334
Why we recommend Gwynt Teg...

Gwnt Teg (Fair Wind) is a stylish family and pet friendly home with WiFi and stunning views of the bustling Haven Waterway

About Gwynt Teg

Luxury family home with Haven Waterway views

  • Gwynt Teg is a stylish modern house overlooking the Haven Waterway.
  • This luxury family home has stunning views from both living and bedrooms, an extensive kitchen with breakfast bar, sofa and wood burning stove and an elegant sitting room with ample, comfortable sofas.  Sliding doors open onto a wide deck with outdoor dining table.
  • At the front of the house there is plenty of parking and at the rear, overlooking the water, the decking and garden space will accommodate all.
  • Stroll down to the Inn by the water's edge or visit nearby Pembroke Dock or Pembroke for interesting pubs, shops and restaurants.






About The Area

The Haven Waterway

  • The Haven is a busy port used by commercial traffic in its lower reaches.  While away the time watching the Irish ferry docking and then slipping its mooring or little tugs manoeuvring bigger boats in the tidal stream.
  • In contrast, upstream is a world of drowned wooded valleys, salt marshes and mudflats. The river divides into two main arms and there are wonderful peaceful walks along the water’s edge with a quantity of diverse wildlife for company. 
  • A National Trust scenic circular walk runs through the steep-sided ancient oak woodland of Lawrenny, overlooking the main Daugleddau River and along the tidal creeks of Garron Pill and the Cresswell River - a walk to enjoy in any season.

Pembroke Dock

  • Gwynt Teg is on the outskirts of Pembroke Dock - a bustling little town with useful pubs, shops and supermarkets - and a particularly good shoe shop!
  • Pembroke Dock was originally a fishing village, expanded in the early 1800's with the construction of the Royal Naval Dockyard which give the town its characteristic look of wide straight streets and the tall stone walls of the old port.

Pembroke Town

  • Pembroke itself is slightly more grand.  The Norman castle dominates the riverside – it’s well restored battlements and interior are a delight to anyone with an interest in history or just a good imagination. The castle is privately owned but open to the public with a permanent exhibition and many varied events throughout the year.
  • Pembroke itself has a wide range of shops and pubs - enjoy tasty tapas at the King's Arms Hotel - as well as an excellent music shop and a number of interesting antiques emporia.
  • Take a leisurely stroll around the Mill Pond through lovely deciduous woodland teeming with wildlife - swans, bats and otters.
  • Explore sites of historical and architectural interest too including the medieval walls of Pembroke Town itself.

Neyland Marina

  • Venture across the wide Cleddau Bridge to Neyland. Various boat trips leave from the Marina -  Shearwater Safaris, trips to the bird islands of  Skomer and Grassholm, Dale Sea Safari Wildlife Adventures or Pembrokeshire Cruising.  There are also boat trips which will take you to explore the inland 'Secret Waterway' with its quiet inlets, waterside pubs and restaurants.
  • Enjoy a meal in either the 1st floor bar/restaurant or the quayside café which overlooks the sailing boats and multi-coloured yachts in their berths in the marina - there is a chandlery here too!

The Dale Peninsula

  • While on the north side of the Haven follow the river towards its mouth to the village of Dale.  Set at the back of a sheltered bay, this is a popular beach and centre for watersports and sailing - with opportunities for both the beginner and the more experienced holidaymaker.
  • For lunch, visit the popular Griffin Inn in Dale or travel on to the next village of Marloes for lunch or a drink in the Lobster Pot Inn.

South Pembrokeshire, Marloes Peninsula (NT) & St Brides Bay beaches

  • It is a short drive to many of Pembrokeshire's wonderful beaches - to the south, Freshwater East, the beautiful Barafundle and Broad Haven South. Explore the coast from the sheltered bay at Angle or the wide sand dunes and thundering surf at Freshwater West.
  • To the north is the Marloes Peninsula and the beaches of St Brides Bay.  Marloes Sands is one of Pembrokeshire's finest beaches - a huge expanse of sand at low tide with interesting cliff formations and rock pools. Divided into little 'bays', a climb over the rocks at the western end leads to Albion Sands, a perfect little sandy beach.
  • St Brides Bay offers Broad Haven, Druidston or Newgale - fantastic wide sandy beaches for games and kite flying or pottering in rock pools by the cliffs.
  • There are also many smaller and more secluded coves - just take your pick and explore.

Bosherston

  • Visit the small village of Bosherston with its 13th century church and the St. Govan's Inn for refreshments. Don't miss the Old World Café - known locally as Aunti Vi's - which serves light refreshments in the cafe itself or out on the lawn during the summer. 
  • Bosherston's most famous attribute is the beautiful lily ponds - take an easy walk around the ponds and explore the dunes and pools of the Mere Pool Valley behind Broadhaven beach. Mostly along even gravel paths, this walk is rich in wildlife all year round.

St Govan's Chapel

  • Two miles to the south of Bosherston and built tight between the steep cliffs of the south Pembrokeshire coastline is the St Govan's Chapel. Free to visit but the only access is down steep steps carved into the side of the cliff.

Tenby, Beaches and Caldey Island Boat Trips

  • Tenby's medieval town walls surround the town's elegant colour-washed Victorian & Georgian buildings.  The castle is now a museum and in the narrow winding streets the town is full of hustle and bustle.  Shops, cafes, restaurants and bars and 5 magnificent sandy beaches make Tenby a very popular town to visit.
  • Buy tickets for your trip to Caldey Island from the kiosk on the Tenby Harbour slipway. On the island, home to Cistercian monks for a thousand years, they farm the land and produce perfume, chocolate and shortbread - all of which are for sale in the island’s shop.
  • Stroll the beautiful countryside, relax on one of the lovely sandy beaches and visit the Grade II listed abbey.

Golfing in Pembrokeshire

  • For golfing enthusiasts, Pembrokeshire has a good number of excellent courses.  A short drive across the Cleddau Bridge is the Milford Haven Golf Club - with a welcoming club house serving excellent food and an  18 hole course with panoramic views over the Haven Waterway. 
  • Looking further afield - try Priskilly Forest Golf Club in the north, Haverfordwest, mid county or Tenby in the south - there are plenty to choose from.  Ask Google for Golf Clubs in Pembrokeshire for the full list.
Pembrokeshire Family Days out
  • If your children are looking for something apart from nature, there is plenty to do in Pembrokeshire.  South Pembrokeshire offers a wealth of theme parks and activities - Oakwood, Heatherton, Phoenix Bowl, the Dinosaur Park, Anna Ryder-Richardson's Wild Welsh Zoo or Folly Farm.
  • For the more adventurous try guided activities at TYF, Preseli Venture or Sealyham Activity Centres.



Property Layout
3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. Master bedroom with Kingsize bed and en suite (shower, toilet and washbasin), doors to balcony. 2 Doubles. All on 1st floor.

Family bathroom with bath, shower, toilet and washbasin on 1st floor.

Kitchen luxury and fully equipped with breakfast bar and sofa area with wood burning stove. 

Conservatory Dining Room elegant with table and chairs to seat 6, 2 x 3 seater sofas and coffee table.

Sitting room with comfortable seating for 7, log burner-style gas fire, TV/DVD with i player and sliding patio doors to:

Grounds
decking and large outdoor dining area with steps to grass and further deck level.  All with water views.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 3 cars

Fuel - Gas central heating and logs inclusive June to August. Outside these dates £30 p/w

Dogs - 1 welcome free

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? No

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Tarmac

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

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Why you love Gwynt Teg
What a super place – so much attention to detail! Love the terrace ad the fairy lights in the conservatory. Thank you for the welcome pack.
Lea family
Magic – pure magic!! What a pad. We don't want to leave!!
Steph, Nick, John & Gez & Ayva the dog
Wow, this house is amazing. Thank you for sharing it with people! Visits to Tenby, Saundersfoot, Freshwater West, Pembroke castle, Lawrenny and Picton Castle Gardens! Best holiday home ever & thank you for flowers & goodies too. x
Jane, Jon, Sophie & Jake Bleasdale & Lucy the dog, Manchester
A wonderful few days - a very comfortable house and wonderful views. Thank you!
David & Elizabeth Ritchie, Ledbury, Herefordshire
A wonderful holiday in a fabulous home.Hope t return. Thanks for the welcome pack. Lovely touch.
Mr & Mrs Stanton, West Bromich
A wonderful welcome, flowers etc. appreciated. A glorious holiday. Thanks for ordering good weather.Lovely neighbours! Hope to be back!
Jan & Clive Hounsfield
Thank you for sharing your lovely house with us! We have enjoyed, relaxed and discovered Pembroke a bit more during our stay! In Dutch we would say: "Het was Grandioos"!
The Rooihaus family Holland & Hampshire
Property Layout
3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. Master bedroom with Kingsize bed and en suite (shower, toilet and washbasin), doors to balcony. 2 Doubles. All on 1st floor.

Family bathroom with bath, shower, toilet and washbasin on 1st floor.

Kitchen luxury and fully equipped with breakfast bar and sofa area with wood burning stove. 

Conservatory Dining Room elegant with table and chairs to seat 6, 2 x 3 seater sofas and coffee table.

Sitting room with comfortable seating for 7, log burner-style gas fire, TV/DVD with i player and sliding patio doors to:

Grounds
decking and large outdoor dining area with steps to grass and further deck level.  All with water views.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 3 cars

Fuel - Gas central heating and logs inclusive June to August. Outside these dates £30 p/w

Dogs - 1 welcome free

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? No

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Tarmac

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? No

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

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