Nestled in a
sheltered moorland setting, yet only a short stroll to the picturesque Porthgain
Harbour, this 4 bedroom pet friendly peaceful holiday home is a wonderful
escape for families and friends.
- This light and spacious house is perfect for young and old
with bedrooms and bathrooms on both ground and first floor. Each of the rooms
have countryside views and are furnished to the same high standard with pine
furniture and clutter-free decoration.
- From the hall, the bespoke oak stair winds its way to the
first floor. Here two bedrooms have recently been created including a large
bathroom with beautiful views across the moor, especially when the gorse bursts
into life with flame red and yellow flower.
- Downstairs the lounge has plenty of space for all of your
guests. Sink into large leather sofas at the end of an exhilarating day, exploring
the many small coves and beautiful secluded beaches of the Pembrokeshire
Coastal Path, only minutes from your front door.
- Or why not rustle-up an evening meal in the kitchen diner
where everything is provided with well-equipped modern fixtures and fittings.
There is also a large utility room with everything you will need, following a
day enjoying the wonderful Welsh weather!
- However, why stay in when the Sloop Inn and The Shed fish
restaurant are only moments away. Each come highly recommended by the peninsula
locals, providing a selection of ales and mouth-watering meals, using only locally
sourced ingredients and freshly caught fish.
- Outside the large enclosed grassed paddock is perfect for energetic
dogs to race around. Or alternatively, why not organise a twilight game of
cricket or five-a-side football followed by an evening barbecue with all of the
trimmings – the perfect end to a perfect day.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path
- The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs both east and west from Porthgain. The dramatic coastal scenery, flower and wildlife are what make Pembrokeshire one of the world's best holiday destinations (National Geographic voted Pembrokeshire the 2nd best coastal destination in the world) splendid at all times of year, but the explosion of colour with the spring flowers is something to behold!
Treath Llyfyn Beach near Porthgain holiday cottage
- The Pembrokeshire Coast Path to the west brings you to Traeth Llyfyn beach - a wide expanse of sand, great for family beach days, picnics and games of rounders (with a long staircase down to the sand).
Abereiddi and the Blue Lagoon
- Neighbouring Abereiddi, has pretty colour washed former miners' cottages, black sandy beach and the remarkable Blue Lagoon - a flooded quarry in the cliffs, famous for the Red Bull extreme sport diving competition.
- Popular with families, the sand which is visible at low tide, also contains a high concentration of fossils and is a draw for fossil hunters.
St Davids City and St Davids Peninsula Pembrokeshire
- St Davids is Britain's smallest city. It's lovely medieval cathedral and ancient Bishops' Palace form the historic centre but it also boasts a number of modern amenities - banks, post office, supermarket, filling station, chemist, doctor and vet - as well as a good range of interesting shops.
Boat Trips to Ramsey Island
- Book a boat trip to Ramsey Island and experience the thrill of a jet boat trip across Ramsey Sound, through the infamous Bitches 9sharp rocks), and then the contrast of moving in close to the cliffs to see the wildlife at close range. For the less adventurous there are conventional boats which both circuit and land on the island.
- Whitesands Beach, just eight miles fromthis Porthgain holiday cottage, is one of the most stunning locations on the Pembrokeshire coast. The wide sandy beach has a Blue Flag Award and with lifeguard cover in the summer, it is popular for swimming, surfing and watersports of all sorts and surf hire and surfing lessons available at the beach. The beach is a lovely place to walk and between October and the end of April your dog can come too.
- When you have had fun on the beach visit the Whitesands Cafe for tasty snacks and refreshments.
Fishguard Town and Pretty Lower Fishguard Harbour
- Take a day trip to Ireland from Fishguard ferry port, buy fantastic local produce from the weekly farmers market and investigate the individual shops, restaurants and pubs, swimming pool and leisure centre, in this 'up and coming' little town.
- Wander amongst the boats or walk out along the quayside to the sailing club and (low tide) beach beyond of this pretty, unspoiled coastal harbour.
The Last Invasion Tapestry
- Fishguard was the setting for the 'Last Invasion of Britain' in 1797 which is commemorated in our very own Welsh 'Last Invasion Tapestry', sewn by local needlewomen and displayed in the Town Hall.
Scolton Manor and County Museum
- Just a little further afield, enjoy a trip back to Victorian times at the Scolton Manor and County Museum. The house has been sympathetically restored to give a taste of Victorian society and style and, together with 60 acres of parkland - where your well behaved dog is welcome (on a lead) and a cafe providing delicious homemade cakes - this is a great family day out.
Tir Deri, Porthgain sleeps 8 - Pet friendly
- Enjoy memorable holidays in this delightful pet friendly Porthgain holiday cottage in Pembrokeshire at any time of the year.
Bedrooms 1 double
, 1 twin
on ground floor. 1
, 1 twin
(restricted headroom above beds) on 1st
with walk-in shower room on ground floor.
on 1st floor.
with 2 large leather sofas, 2 arm chairs,
Freeview smart tv & dvd.
room with well equipped fitted kitchen, twin
oven, electric hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, dining table
seating 8, tv. High chair on request.
with freezer, washing machine, tumble
large lawned paddock with picnic table seating
for 3 cars.
central heating incl. May-Sept. £25 p/w outside
1 dog welcome free, 2nd dog £25 p/w
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 Gravel
Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes
Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes
Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes