£360 - £760 per week
Strumble Head cottage with pretty gardens - pets welcome Strumble Head cottage with pretty gardens - pets welcome
Cosy living room with large inglenook and wood burning stove Cosy living room with large inglenook and wood burning stove
Cosy living room with large comfy sofas Cosy living room with large comfy sofas
Sitting room with large inglenook and log burner Sitting room with large inglenook and log burner
Kitchen with Neff appliances and breakfast bar Kitchen with Neff appliances and breakfast bar
Modern kitchen with Neff appliances and breakfast bar Modern kitchen with Neff appliances and breakfast bar
Patio with swing seat Patio with swing seat
Pembrokeshire holiday cottage with baby grand piano Pembrokeshire holiday cottage with baby grand piano
Llys Onnen open front gardens - dogs welcome Llys Onnen open front gardens - dogs welcome
Patio with views to the front gardens Patio with views to the front gardens
Patio with views to the front gardens Patio with views to the front gardens
Secluded front patio for al fresco dining Secluded front patio for al fresco dining
Cosy desk corner with books, records and CD's Cosy desk corner with books, records and CD's
Landing with double bedroom Landing with double bedroom
Views over the gardens to the coast from the bedroom Views over the gardens to the coast from the bedroom
Double bedroom with t.v and wicker reclining chaise lounge Double bedroom with t.v and wicker reclining chaise lounge
Double bedroom with t.v and coastal views Double bedroom with t.v and coastal views
Bathroom with hand held shower Bathroom with hand held shower
Porch with large wood supply Porch with large wood supply
Pet friendly North Pembrokeshire holiday cottage Pet friendly North Pembrokeshire holiday cottage
Rear cottage gardens - pets welcome Rear cottage gardens - pets welcome
Rear cottage gardens - dogs welcome Rear cottage gardens - dogs welcome
Quality Cottages are dog friendly Quality Cottages are dog friendly
Aberbach and Abermawr (National Trust) are two neighbouring pebble beaches Aberbach and Abermawr (National Trust) are two neighbouring pebble beaches
The Farmers Arms, Mathry - a traditional dog friendly village pub The Farmers Arms, Mathry - a traditional dog friendly village pub
Melin Tregwynt - a working 18th century mill Melin Tregwynt - a working 18th century mill
Pembrokeshire Coast Path Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Ynys Meicel Lighthouse on Strumble Head Ynys Meicel Lighthouse on Strumble Head
Strumble Shuttle Coastal Bus Service Strumble Shuttle Coastal Bus Service
Porthgain - a pretty fishing village Porthgain - a pretty fishing village
Shed Bistro and The Sloop Inn in Porthgain Shed Bistro and The Sloop Inn in Porthgain
Ramsey Island (RSPB) boat trip Ramsey Island (RSPB) boat trip
North Pembrokeshire with its rugged coast North Pembrokeshire with its rugged coast
St Davids Farmers Market St Davids Farmers Market
St Davids Cathedral and the ruined Bishop’s Palace St Davids Cathedral and the ruined Bishop’s Palace
St Davids and Fishguard have coffee shops St Davids and Fishguard have coffee shops
Priskilly Forest Golf Club has a challenging 9 hole course Priskilly Forest Golf Club has a challenging 9 hole course
Lower Town Harbour, Fishguard Lower Town Harbour, Fishguard
Pembrokeshire Bike Shop full range of bikes for hire Pembrokeshire Bike Shop full range of bikes for hire
Bluestone Brewery and Gwaun Valley Brewery Bluestone Brewery and Gwaun Valley Brewery
Picton Castle and Gardens offer guided tours Picton Castle and Gardens offer guided tours
Head to the coast and watch the sunset Head to the coast and watch the sunset

Llys Isaf St Nicholas

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Dog
  • Reference 1477
Why we recommend Llys Isaf...

Charming and sophisticated haven for two, distant sea views, books and music and wonderful gardens.

About Llys Isaf

Charming, beautifully appointed North Pembrokehsire haven.

  •  A haven for musicians, cyclists, walkers and gardeners.
  • This delightful cottage was once home to the coachman for the big house next door (now occupied by the current owners). It is hidden off the road in a charming country garden setting approached via a wooded driveway and surrounded by an exquisite profusion of colourful flowers and mature planting.
  • Enjoy far reaching views over rolling pastures to the twin beaches of Aberbach and Abermawr beyond.
  • The cottage oozes charm and sophistication with a fine baby grand piano, a wealth of reading material and a comprehensive collection of CD's.
  • The beautifully appointed cosy sitting room with comfy sofas is warmed by a wood burning stove and a generous welcome pack of logs. It is a tranquil setting to relax and unwind.
  • Food preparation and eating in the smart designer kitchen with a Neff induction hob is a joy - beautifully designed and crafted for the small space.
  • Upstairs is an enchanting double bedroom with part exposed timbers, country furniture and a traditional bathroom.
  • While away sunny days in the fabulous garden either on the private terrace or shared lawn. A swing seat, wooden bench and dining furniture are provided and a gas barbecue is available on request.
  • Bicycle storage is available – perfect for those who intend to explore the National Cycle Route No 4 which passes just 300 metres from the cottage.
  • The garden and grounds, shared with the adjoining owner's house, are truly exquisite with a vast array of plants collected from around the country and globe.The owners are knowledgeable collectors of beautiful plants having widely travelled. The cottage is adorned with a collection of antiques from around the World from their travels.
  • A dog is welcome (a 36" box is available).
About The Area

 Aberbach and Abermawr

  • Just two miles from the cottage is a valley where National Trust woodland paths lead down through a bluebell wood to the sand and shingle beaches at Abermawr and Aberbach. This is a lovely (potentially circular) walk through a tree-filled valley – great for children and dogs (welcome all year) and for grown up walkers too!
  • Play on the beach at Abermawr or the little cove at Aberbach and keep your eyes open for seals there in the autumn.

Strumble Head and Pwll Deri

  • Fifteen minutes’ drive away and a meandering route over the rocky headland is Strumble Head and the lighthouse. Well worth a visit, it is really the ends of the earth where you can look out to sea to spot pods of porpoises who pass in the overfalls off the rocks.
  • Two and a half miles to the north of St Nicholas are the steep cliffs atf Pwll Deri. The subject of a famous Welsh poem, it is a wild and dramatic place and great for bird and seal watching. From the cliffs there are amazing views over the ocean and of the Garn Fawr Hillfort behind.

Melin Tregwynt

  • Melin Tregwynt is one of the two remaining woollen mills in Pembrokeshire. With skills passed down through generations of weavers, the mill produces lovely, locally designed blankets and throws which travel from this little mill to destinations round the world. Enjoy the mill and the shop and perhaps take tea in the little café.

Fishguard

  • Fishguard is the closest town to the St Nicholas with a selection of shops, cafes and restaurants. If you are looking for a place to eat - Ffwrn is recommended for its wood fired pizzas for lunch or evening. They also regularly host music nights; Peppers is quickly gaining a reputation as Pembrokeshire’s leading Jazz venue; Bar 5 is popular for cocktails and tapas; The Gourmet Pig is a fantastic Deli with local produce and treats; The Fishguard Farmers Market held every other Saturday in the town hall sells a variety of different delicious local products.

St Davids City Village

  • 12 miles to the south of St Nicholas is the iconic village of St Davids. Britain’s smallest city, busy with useful shops as well as gift and clothes shops and galleries to enjoy. The village is remarkable in having a lovely 12th century cathedral and bishops’ palace.
  • The peninsula, surrounded by sea, is a centre for boat trips. There are several different organisations in the town offering wildlife trips round Ramsey and out to the offshore islands. 

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and Porthgain

  • The famous Pembrokeshire coastal path circles the coast round Strumble Head and south towards St Davids. Keen walkers can join at many points on the way but walks planned with a start or finish point at Porthgain will combine the delights of the coastal scenery with the opportunity to have food and drink in the popular Shed Bistro or Sloop Inn. The village is extraordinary with the remains of its industrial past incorporated into a popular tourist destination and art lovers can peruse the galleries while their children play on the village green!
  • Visitors with dogs are welcome in Pembrokeshire but if you take them on coastal path walks take care of the cliff edge – the grass and flowers frequently overhang the cliff face and dogs like to look over the edge!

Mathry Village and the Farmers Arms Pub

  • About three and a half miles from St Nicholas is the hilltop village of Mathry and the popular Farmers Arms pub. This is a traditional pub serving good food and is well-used by locals – a good venue for lunch or supper!

Strumble shuttle

  • Your travels up and down the coast will be enhanced by using the local bus – the Strumble Shuttle. The Shuttle visits most villages and inlets and can be hailed as it passes. Get a timetable online or from the local Tourist Information Centre (Fishguard or St Davids) and take the bus. You will see the scenery, meet the locals and reduce your carbon footprint!

Gwaun Valley Gardens and The Dyffryn Arms

  • Take a short drive up the lovely Gwaun Valley to the Dyffryn Arms - known locally as Bessie's after the landlady who serves real ale from a jug in what is basically her licensed front room. It’s an experience not to be missed!
  • Visit the nearby Pembrokeshire Gardens open to the public. Penlan Uchaf has acres of landscaped garden including a fast flowing stream set high above the Gwaun Valley. Dyffryn Fernant Gardens, set in 6 acres of grounds and features courtyard roses, orchard, wild flowers, wood, walks and more.

Picton Castle and Gardens, Haverfordwest

  • A beautiful 40 acre woodland garden surrounds the enchanting 13th century castle and both are open to the public. Visit the gallery, shop and courtyard restaurant as well. The castle hosts a rolling programme of family friendly events throughout the year.
Revel in this delightful haven as your base for exploring the north Pembrokeshire countryside

 

 

Property Layout

1 Bedroom sleeping a maximum of 2 adults. 1 Double bedroom on 1st floor. 

Bathroom Bath with hand held shower /mixer tap, toilet, and wash basin.

Kitchen Fully fitted kitchen with Neff induction and hob, oven, Fridge/freezer, Dishwasher, Washer/dryer and microwave, breakfast bar (all beautifully fitted).

Lounge 3 seater sofa, and 2 seater sofa, armchair, occasional gate-leg table that can be used to dine, TV, DVD-player. CD/tape-player and traditional wood burning stove, baby grand piano.

Grounds private patio area with table and chairs, and swing-seat (unenclosed). Use of shared grounds and woodlands covering 1.5 acres.


Additional Information

Short breaks - Year Round for 2017/2018

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 1 car

Fuel -oil central heating and wood burning stove

Dogs - 1 dogs at £25 p/w

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 Paving

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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Property Layout

1 Bedroom sleeping a maximum of 2 adults. 1 Double bedroom on 1st floor. 

Bathroom Bath with hand held shower /mixer tap, toilet, and wash basin.

Kitchen Fully fitted kitchen with Neff induction and hob, oven, Fridge/freezer, Dishwasher, Washer/dryer and microwave, breakfast bar (all beautifully fitted).

Lounge 3 seater sofa, and 2 seater sofa, armchair, occasional gate-leg table that can be used to dine, TV, DVD-player. CD/tape-player and traditional wood burning stove, baby grand piano.

Grounds private patio area with table and chairs, and swing-seat (unenclosed). Use of shared grounds and woodlands covering 1.5 acres.


Additional Information

Short breaks - Year Round for 2017/2018

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 1 car

Fuel -oil central heating and wood burning stove

Dogs - 1 dogs at £25 p/w

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 Paving

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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