Craig yr Awel

Above Whitesands Beach

Whitesands beach coastal cottage bungalow (1930's)Pembrokeshire, a most stunning location on the Welsh coast

Near: Overlooking Whitesands Bay 3 mins walk, St Davids 2m, Solva 4m,

Reference   11
Sleeps   10
Bedrooms   4
Adults   8
Children   2

Whitesands Pembrokeshire coastal cottage
  • One of our most popular coastal cottages in Pembrokeshire - a glazed patio extends the full width of this 1930's character dormer bungalow with magnificent panoramic views.
Whitesands Bay
  • One of the most stunning locations on the whole Pembrokeshire coast - overlooking Whitesands Bay, Pembrokeshire with its Blue Flag award beach, Ramsey Island and St Davids Head.
  • Magnificent sea views, unforgettable sunsets
  • 200 yard sloping footpath leads down to the large sandy beach of Whitesands - excellent bathing, surfing and rock pools.
Pet Dogs Welcome at Pembrokeshire Coastal Cottage
  • Immediate access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal path perfect for walking with your family and pet dogs.
St Davids Village City and Cathedral
  • Only 1.5 miles from this Whitesands Bay cottage to several good eateries.
  • St Davids has a range of amenities including banks, post office, internet cafe, supermarket, filling station, chemist, doctor, vet, restaurants, pubs, galleries and interesting independent shops. The magnificent 12th century Cathedral nestles at its heart.
St Davids Golf Course
  • Within a few hundred yards of Craig yr Awel and shares the same magnificent view over Whitesands Bay, Ramsey Sound and the Bitches, a notorious stretch of water. The 18 hole links course is open to visitors - juniors and adults.
Boat Trips
  • Take a boat trip from St Justinians around Ramsey Island to see the seals and sea birds - an experience not to be missed.
Archaeotours
  • Get to know the best historic and pre historic sites in Pembrokeshire with Archaeotours. Choose from Strumble Head, Nevern, Pentre Ifan or the Preseli Hills. A qualified archaeologist will guide you, provide transport and refreshments 07890 155538
St Davids Village City and Cathedral
  • Britain's smallest city with a magnificent Cathedral nestling at it's heart. A village really, with a variety of interesting shops, galleries, crafts and a choice of places to eat and drink. Do take the opportunity to book a memorable boat trip out to the off-lying spectacular bird islands.
West Wales Arts Centre and Cafe Celf Fishguard
  • Do drop in at the West Wales Arts Centre and browse the fine contemporary and applied art works and quality crafts. Enjoy a coffee or light lunch in Cafe Celf and look out for one of the occasional musical recitals held there. Myles Peppers' lifetime dedicated to the arts merits patronage.
Walk from Whitesands to Trefin
  • Keen walkers might enjoy this wild and rocky eleven mile walk over some of the oldest rocks in Britain dating back to pre Cambrian times. The coastal views are wondeful.
Shore Fishing at Newgale
  • Wrap up warm and try a spot of winter fishing at Newgale. It is amongst the best for flounder, whiting and codling.
Voyages of Discovery Boat Fishing, St Davids
  • Take a boat trip and spend an enjoyable hour catching mackeral for your supper. Delicious freshly caught and cooked on the barbeque.
Ma Simes Surf Hut St Davids
  • One of Wales' best stocked surfing shops selling boards, wetsuits, clothes, lessons and more.
  • Telephone 01437720433
Newsurf, Newgale
  • Experience the thrill of riding on the waves. Surfing lessons for beginners and improvers with experienced instructors from Newsurf at the northern end of Newgale's 2 miles of golden sands.
St Davids Cathedral Festival
  • Held over 10 days in May and June - a feast of classical music under the direction of the Cathedral Organist and Master of the Choristers. Enjoy a meal in the Cathedral refectory and browse the Cathedral shops.
Beach cottage Pembrokeshire for surfers
  • There is much to enjoy near this Pembrokeshire coastal cottage. Do book early - for over 25years this has been one of our most popular properties.

4 Bedrooms, all with tv's and en suite facilities, sleeping a maximum of 8 plus 2 small children under 6.

Family Bedroom with king size bed and single bed. Twin bedroom, both on ground floor.
Family Bedroom with double bed and single bed. Twin bedroom, both on 1st floor.

Kitchen electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer. Walk-in drying room.

Sun Room/Lounge/Dining Area panoramic views of beach, coastline and islands. Enclosed wood burning stove, very comfortable suite, tv, dining suite, highchair. (No cot provided)

Payphone.

Grounds small sloping garden.

Ample parking 10 steps down to property and 2 steps up to front door.

Fuel electricity and electric fires inclusive May to September. Full central heating and wood burning stove Sept to end of April at ‚£60 payable direct to owner on arrival please.


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Customer Reviews

As we gaze across the sea we think wahat a beautiful place to be. Sunshine, wind, sea and sand. A better place could not be planned. The children laughed and had such fun, happy days and lots of sun. Evenings full of food and wine. We've really had a lovely time. I'm sure we'll all be back one day. Thank you for having us is all to say.

2013-07-08

Jones family, Ferryside

20 years since our last visit. Great views as we remember. Great stay thankyou.

2013-07-08

Cotton family & friends

We have had such a lovely family holiday. Our first visit with us all together since the grand children were born. The location is superb and the house so comfortable with everything one could possibly need. Thank you very much.

2013-07-08

Valdes-Scott family Dorset

Thank you for another wonderful week - see you next year.

2013-07-08

Davis family & friends

We had a wonderful sunny week - thank you so much.

2013-07-08

Robinson family

We have thoroughly enjoyed watching the changing moods of the sea from this wonderful view-point. The walks and the wild flowers have been excellent too.

2013-07-08

Savage family

With Grandpa (Paul) and Jonathan Little here in spirit. A most welcome few days break. Wonderful memories of Oliver playing on the beach in perfect sunshine.

Oliver, Paul & Catherine, Myland

A great week. Lovely beach, played with the children for hours. Fantastic views, amazing sunsets. Horse riding on the beach was exhilerating. The Bishop's Palace in St davids was a morning well spent with children, boat trip rpunsd Ramsey Island seal spotting was klots of fun. Thanks for having us! Jacob (5months) really enjoyed his first holiday.

Nichols & Chase families, Hampshire

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