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Many of our holiday cottages welcome your dog thumb-1
Newgale Sands - one of the most popular beaches in Pembrokeshire and a magnet for watersport enthusiasts thumb-1
Solva is a pretty fishing village with a fjord type estuary filled with all kinds of boats during the summer months thumb-1
Delicious freshly caught lobster is available in Upper Solva near Bay View Stores thumb-1
Do visit the Solva woollen mill - it has a newly restored waterwheel, looms weaving beautiful carpeting and rugs as well as a mill shop and tea rooms. thumb-1
St Davids Cathedral sits in the heart of Britain's smallest city. Enjoy arts and crafts, galleries, boutiques, pubs and restaurants thumb-1
'Pebbles Yard' in St. Davids - one of the many cafe's and galleries to relax in thumb-1
Do peep into the old Book Shop, just up from St. Davids Cathedral, for some interesting finds thumb-1
The Farmers Arms, St Davids serves plentiful bar food and has a large dog friendly beer garden thumb-1
Whitesands Beach (Blue Flag) is one of the best surfing beaches in the country and very popular with families and water sport enthusiasts thumb-1
TYF Adventure Centre in St Davids offer a wide range of activities including rock climbing, coasteering, sailing and kayaking thumb-1
Take an exhilarating boat trip out to Ramsey Island (RSPB Reserve) with majestic sea cliffs  teeming with sea birds - an unforgettable experience thumb-1
Grey seals can be spotted off the rocks along the Pembrokeshire coast don't forget your binoculars! thumb-1
Horse's can been seen going past Cerbid cottages on the bridle path thumb-1
Walk from Caerfai to Whitesands and linger at tiny St Nons Chapel overlooking the sparkling waters of St Brides Bay thumb-1
Nolton Haven is a tiny village with a pub overlooking the sandy beach - its also a stop off point for Solva Sailboat Water Taxi thumb-1
Pembrokeshire has a wide variety of championship golf courses to choose from - many with excellent club house restaurants thumb-1
Do visit Fishguard - a bustling old market town where the impressive Last Invasion Tapestry is on show in the Town Hall thumb-1
Oakwood, Heatherton Sports Park, Folly Farm or feeding the Wallabies at Anna,s Wild Welsh Zoo are all family days out within an easy drive thumb-1

Cerbid House near Solva, St Davids & Newgale

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 4 Dogs
  • Reference 4
Small Party Discount available

£150 off 1 - 2 persons

£75 off 3 - 4 persons

Why we recommend Cerbid House...

Pembrokeshire quality period farmhouse (1870) for holidays near St Davids, Solva and Newgale, dogs welcome

About Cerbid House
Georgian style farmhouse (1870) in the heart of St Davids Peninsula - pets welcome
  • A comfortable, spacious, mellow, Georgian style farmhouse built in the 1870's - The farmstead has been in existence since before 1326 (Black Book St Davids).
  • Adjoining Cerbid Old Farmhouse (Ref No.5) but with privacy and independence, the house is furnished and equipped throughout to the highest residential standards.
  • Warm and cosy throughout the year with an open log fire in the sitting room and an interesting collection of historic farming and family photography.
  • Set on one side of a gravelled former farm courtyard, Cerbid House is located in a restful landscape, rich in flora and fauna - this quality farmhouse makes an ideal base for holidays in Pembrokeshire, exploring St Davids Peninsula and walking with or without your 4-legged friends in the beautiful countryside.
  • This delightful farmhouse has a large, enclosed rear lawn and a play area ideal for ball games, several pet dogs and children of all ages.
  • Dog owners are welcome to walk and exercise their dogs off lead in Cerbid's paddocks (providing there is no livestock). The surrounding quiet country lanes are perfect for morning dog walks.
About The Area
Beaches, Coves & Watersports 
  • Surfing, swimming, golf, fishing, riding, boat trips and the village city of St Davids all within easy driving distance of this Pembrokeshire holiday cottage.
  • There are a number of beautiful beaches and coves, many of which are dog friendly and within a 20 minute drive - Aber Mawr near Mathry, Traeth Llyfn near Porthgain, Abereiddi Bay and Blue Lagoon, Whitesands Bay, Porthselau, Porthlysgi Bay and Caerfai Bay, all close to St Davids, and Gwadn Beach in Solva. 
    Solva - Waterside Village and Solva Sailboats
    • A pretty fishing village with a fjord type estuary and small sandy beach. There are a few interesting shops and galleries and a choice of places to eat and drink. The excellent village shop, post office and off-licence, Bay View Stores, sells groceries, papers and angling goods and offer a delivery service within the local area. Powerboat courses, dingy sailing tuition and sailing trips are provided by Solva Sailboats (3 hours, 5 hours and all day trips) 01437 720972.
    Solva Woollen Mill near pet friendly Pembrokeshire quality cottage
    • Visitors are welcomed at Solva Woolen Mill in Middle Mill Solva. It is the oldest working mill in Pembrokeshire specialising in flat woven stair runners, carpets and floor rugs. Traditional methods are used to create contemporary designs. Browse in the shop and enjoy refreshments in the tea room.
    Coastal Buses
    • Dedicated coastal buses run past every sleepy village, tiny harbour, secret cove and glorious beach. An ideal service for walkers and families. The Puffin Shuttle runs between St Davids and Marloes. The Strumble Shuttle runs between St Davids and Newport.
    St Bride's Bay Water Taxi for Walkers
    • Solva Sailboats operate a water taxi which will take you to your chosen destination from where you can walk back along the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to Solva. Possible destinations include Porth Clais, Porthmynawydd, St Justinians, Nolton Haven and Little Haven (weather dependent). Phone 01437 720972.
      St Davids Peninsula, St Davids & Cathedral
      • The magnificent beaches and pretty coves of the St Davids Peninsula are all close by.
      • Lots of activities to enjoy - surfing, swimming, fishing, boat trips, dolphin spotting and sea kayaking and golfers will enjoy the cliff-top course at St Davids - fabulous views. Do visit St Nons Catholic retreat & Chapel - if only for the dramatic coastal setting, high on the cliffs overlooking St Brides Bay.
      • St Davids, with its magnificent Cathedral, art and craft shops, restaurants and cafes is an easy drive away as is the pretty harbour village of Solva.
      Boat Trips near Pembrokeshire Quality Cottage
      • Boat trips leave from St Justinians and Whitesands Bay to visit the offshore islands of Ramsey and Skomer. A wonderful opportunity to see seals, dolphins, porpoises and thousands of sea birds on the spectacular Pembrokeshire coast.
      Walk Caerfai to Whitesands & back
      • This circular 9 mile, relatively level walk, is a section of the coast path which returns via a delightful back lane into St Davids. The coastal bus service serves the entire route making it easy to shorten your ~walk at any stage(pembrokeshire.gov.uk/coastbus)~.
      Nolton Haven & East Nolton Riding Stables
      • Nolton Haven is a tiny village with a sandy beach, a 200 year old stone chapel clinging nail-bitingly close to the cliff edge and a village pub serving bar food.  East Nolton Riding Stables will take you on a thrilling gallop across the beach or trekking in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside.
      Priskilly Forest family friendly Golf Club
      • Priskilly Forest Golf Club near Mathry is a challenging 9 hole course set in magnificent parkland with panoramic views. Enjoy refreshments in Y Cabin and Dining room - good Welsh produce prepared and served in relaxing and friendly environment.
      Fishguard Market Town & Ferry Day Trips to Ireland
      • A bustling old market town and an important ferry link with Ireland (day trips). Do go and see the impressive Last Invasion Tapestry on show in the Town Hall. There is a variety of interesting shops, galleries, crafts and a choice of places to eat and drink. Theatre Gwaun is a vibrant venue in the heart of the town.
      Family Fun
      • Pembrokeshire has lots of activities for family days out - visit Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, Heatherton Country Park, Blue Lagoon Water Park and the Dinosaur Park. Garden lovers and children will enjoy exploring Picton Castle Gardens and lovely Colby Woodland Gardens (NT).
        The Preseli Hills
        • Fabulous walking area intersected with deep river valleys and dotted with ancient sites and relics. The stones of Stonehenge are believed to have come from this area.

        Property Layout

        Provided for your pleasure are Welsh cakes, milk and butter, wine, flowers, fluffy towels, facecloths, kitchen tea cloths and local handmade bathroom lotions and soaps.

        3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 5 adults (+1 folding bed for a child). A most attractive double bedroom with Kingsize bed with washbasin and ensuite bathroom, 1 Twin with vanity unit, 1 Single. All on 1st floor.

        Organic handmade soaps provided. 

        Bathroom off half landing, full suite.

        Shower Room on ground floor, toilet and wash basin.

        Kitchen/Dining room open plan with large, modern farm kitchen, electric cooker with extractor, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer, Anitque dining table with antique oak welsh dresser.

        Lounge a pleasant period characterful room with large log-burning open fire. Comfortable seating flat screen TV/DVD/video, i pod/i phone docking station. Comprehensive bookshelf. Views to the rear across lawn towards pasture land.

        Grounds large enclosed rear lawn and play area, gravelled patio, barbecue. Dog walkers are welcome to use the paddock and lanes around Cerbid.


        Additional Information 


        Short breaks - Winter

        WiFi - Yes (telephone with honesty box)

        Changeover - Saturday

        Towels - Yes (beach towels not provided)

        Parking - Yes, ample

        Fuel - Oil central heating, electricity, coal and logs all inclusive

        Dogs - 4. 2 dogs free, additional dogs £25 each p/w

        Travel cot - Yes on request

        Highchair - Yes on request

        Access Information

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

        Is there a gate to open? Yes

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

        Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

        Are there paths? Yes

        Are paths level and firm? Yes

        Type of suface Gravel

        Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

        Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

        Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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        Why you love Cerbid House
        Wonderful cottage - We've had such a good holiday here - excellent holiday - lots of walking, beaches etc.Thank you to QC and Pembrokeshire (as always!)
        The Thorpe family & Masie the dog Herefordshire
        Thank you for a truly comfortable home for the week. It's been nearly forty years since our last visit. Exploring your coastline has been wonderful, beaches are amazing. Loved Tenby, St Davids, Solva, Whitesands and we went down country lanes not knowing where we would end up but got our reward more than once. All you need is your SAT NAV to get you home. Enjoyed the whole week.
        Gwilym & Jennifer
        Wonderful accommodation! Weather very mixed! Plenty for all ages (1- 64) to do - so had a great holiday - thank you!
        Paul, Marion & Paul Coloner. Dan, Helen & Evie Hale (& the dogs), Liverpool
        The weather's been brilliant! Pembrokeshire at its best! We have enjoyed the c0mforts of this lovely cottage; thank you Pauline & Anthony for all your care with this cottage. Flora appreciated the welcoming water bowl & for us we enjoyed the extras! Look forward to returning next year. P.S. Look out for the buzzard, gold finches & swallows (of course!)
        Julia & Dave Dougless & Flora, West Sussex
        Super week, very comfortable clean cottage. Enjoyed sitting in the garden on sunny days. Thanks to the Rees family for sharing their family history. Very interesting.
        Anne, Mark & Bobby the dog, Cheshire
        Well we have just re-booked for next year so it says it all!! Yes another wonderful stay. Weather superb as were the walks. Thank you to Anthony & Pauline for taking such good care of the house.
        Pearl & Arthur Olding Annie & Ruby
        We've had a great week here at Cerbid. Weather been very good so we have managed lots of walking. Cottage is very clean, cosy, warm and well equipped. The organic bathroom products were very much appreciated and a lovely touch. We all slept like logs, beds were soooo comfortable. Lovely. Worth visiting St Davids Cathedral, St Non's Chapel, Whitesands bay, Newgale beach and a boat trip around Ramsey Island. Harbour Inn pub on the Quay at Solva does good pub food at reasonable prices. Very enjoyable week. Thank you
        Jon, Caroline, Gary, Kelyn and Annie the dog
        Property Layout

        Provided for your pleasure are Welsh cakes, milk and butter, wine, flowers, fluffy towels, facecloths, kitchen tea cloths and local handmade bathroom lotions and soaps.

        3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 5 adults (+1 folding bed for a child). A most attractive double bedroom with Kingsize bed with washbasin and ensuite bathroom, 1 Twin with vanity unit, 1 Single. All on 1st floor.

        Organic handmade soaps provided. 

        Bathroom off half landing, full suite.

        Shower Room on ground floor, toilet and wash basin.

        Kitchen/Dining room open plan with large, modern farm kitchen, electric cooker with extractor, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer, Anitque dining table with antique oak welsh dresser.

        Lounge a pleasant period characterful room with large log-burning open fire. Comfortable seating flat screen TV/DVD/video, i pod/i phone docking station. Comprehensive bookshelf. Views to the rear across lawn towards pasture land.

        Grounds large enclosed rear lawn and play area, gravelled patio, barbecue. Dog walkers are welcome to use the paddock and lanes around Cerbid.


        Additional Information 


        Short breaks - Winter

        WiFi - Yes (telephone with honesty box)

        Changeover - Saturday

        Towels - Yes (beach towels not provided)

        Parking - Yes, ample

        Fuel - Oil central heating, electricity, coal and logs all inclusive

        Dogs - 4. 2 dogs free, additional dogs £25 each p/w

        Travel cot - Yes on request

        Highchair - Yes on request

        Access Information

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

        Is there a gate to open? Yes

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

        Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

        Are there paths? Yes

        Are paths level and firm? Yes

        Type of suface Gravel

        Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? No

        Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

        Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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