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Fagwr Meredith

Ref: 1768
Dinas Cross (View Location on a map)
9 Guests
4 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Accepts 1 Dog
£898 7 Night Breaks From
£14.25 Average Per Person Per Night

Change to check-in/check-out times

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have temporarily adjusted our check-in to 5:30pm and check-out to 9:30am. Thank you for your understanding.

Cleaned and safe to visit

We are working with all our property owners to ensure property cleanliness and hygiene standards are consistently met. The owners of Fagwr Meredith have been advised on the latest NHS and government guidelines.

Entire Home To Yourself

You will be staying in this entire home with you and your loved ones.

Contactless entry

This property also has contactless entry, meaning you do not need to be physically greeted by the owner to receive the keys to enter this property.

Arrival Times

Check-in from 4:00PM and Check out by 1:00AM

Handpicked Highlights

Fagwr Meredith was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Fagwr Meredith too!

  • Traditional and cosy Pembrokeshire farmhouse with stunning original features and details.
  • Panoramic coastal views from the sunroom and private outdoor terrace.
  • Remarkable sunset scenes from each of the four bedrooms.
  • Superb location between the majestic Preseli Hills and the West Wales coastline.
  • Perfect enclosed outdoor space for children and pets.
  • Close to the ferry port at Fishguard and accessible stunning small coves.

Rated 5/5 (read reviews)
Features You'll Love

  • Coastal Area
  • Dog Friendly
  • Sea Views
  • WiFi
  • Private Parking
  • Real Fire
  • Rural Location
  • Family Friendly
  • Detached Property
  • Golf Courses Nearby
  • Short Drive To Beach

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About Fagwr Meredith

This stunning traditional Pembrokeshire farmhouse is nestled quietly into the side of Dinas mountaintop with an unrivalled birds-eye view of the infamous Pembrokeshire coast. The traditional stone building is set in a rural, quiet location and has been sympathetically modernised throughout. Key features give a nod to its pastoral past. Log burners, slate flagstones, Welsh woollen flourishes and exposed beams create a cosy feel inside, making it the perfect place for a relaxing family break on the Welsh coast, while the glory of the Irish Sea steals the show outside.

  • With four bedrooms and two reception rooms, this family-friendly farmhouse offers comfort, light and spectacular views from every direction. The large farmhouse kitchen with a traditional range allows your entire group to eat hearty meals together, and the enclosed rural outside space means that the kids can run around in the fresh sea air to their hearts' content.
  • The interior decoration of this stylish property focuses on the traditional elements, with sumptuous Melin Tregwynt curtains, cushions and blankets offering a colourful take on the traditional throughout. There are many comfortable sofas and cosy spots to curl up in after a day in the fresh air.
  • The entire property oozes comfort and maximises sunlight and sea views. Spend your mealtimes al fresco on the benches provided to the rear of the property, with seascapes as a dramatic backdrop to your dinner. A highlight of this property is the stunning sunroom with its large window seat for reading, topping up your Vitamin D or just gazing out to the horizon.
  • This property offers an insight into the true vernacular beauty of Pembrokeshire's historic buildings. The traditional limewashed exterior melds beautifully with the warm Welsh slated roof and contrasts beautifully with the black-framed sunroom windows to create an enticing mix of old and new, traditional and modern.
  • A stay at Fagwr Meredith means that you're perfectly placed for exploring everything that Pembrokeshire has to offer. The elevated, undisturbed position atop Dinas Mountain leads directly to the famous Preseli Hills, home to the bluestone that was hand cut to create Stonehenge. There are many walks and viewpoints for the family to enjoy, but if you're beach lovers, you also have the compact coves of Cwm-yr-Eglwys and Pwllgwaelod nearby.
Layout & Further Information

4 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 9

3 Double rooms and 1 triple single bedroom, all on the 2nd floor.

1 family bathroom
: with bath, toilet, washbasin, heated towel rail and mirror, down 3 small steps on the 1st floor. 

Additional WC with toilet and washbasin is also available on the ground floor.

Kitchen/dining room
: traditional farmhouse kitchen with beautiful grey-green units, traditional AGA cooker, American style fridge/freezer, microwave and double sink with drainage area along one wall. Separate small chest freezer behind the door with hatch opening into Bedroom 2 for morning coffee. Large oak table and chairs seat 5. A dresser top preparation area sits beside the main door and entrance to the main lounge.

Main lounge:
leading from the kitchen, there are two comfortable sofas, a large welsh dresser, a wood-burning stove and a small window with views to the side of the property. This room also leads to the family bathroom via three small steps.

Sun room:
several slate steps lead down to the sun room, with slated floor, sofa, TV, armchair, log burner, built-in settle-style oak benches with large table, all complemented by the large windows across the wall to the rear of the property, with a long window seat facing the sea. Door to the outside area.

rear enclosed grass area with private patio and bench seating. Private, pastoral setting surrounded by fields with no neighbours immediately nearby.

Additional Information

  • Short breaks - Yes, all year apart from the school peak weeks
  • WiFi - Yes
  • Changeover - Friday
  • Towels - Yes (please bring your own beach towels)
  • Parking - Private parking for 4 vehicles
  • Fuel - Free of charge
  • Dogs - Yes, 1 well-behaved dog (Free)
  • Travel cot - No
  • Highchair - No
  • Linen - Yes, included as standard

Please note: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, certain facilities at some of our properties may not be deliverable. This may include - but is not limited to - swimming pools, hot tubs, and some shared communal areas. If you have a specific enquiry, please contact us by email here. Thank you for your understanding.

Reviews & Comments
Visitors Rate This Property 5/5

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Verified Guest
29th October 2021

Lovely location and well equipped and cosy cottage

Tony Davies Verified Guest
9th October 2021

A truly memorable cottage. Quite rustic but v comfortable and the view would be difficult to beat anywhere. It is remote and is perfect for those who want to get away from it ALL. The walks from the cottage are fab - across wild rocky hills or down to beaches and along the coast path. If we stayed in, a wood-burner made for a cosy time in windy October weather.

About the Area

If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.

Rugged mountain paths and scenic views just minutes from your front door.

A 5-minute drive to the village of Dinas Cross with shops, pubs, and a takeaway restaurant.
historic fishing village with its seaswept church wall only 2 miles.

with its famous The Old Sailors pub and small sandy beach only 1.5 miles.
Dinas head with fantastic coastal views and the highest cliffs in Pembrokeshire accessible from Pwllgwaelod.

Only 3 miles from the popular seaside village of Newport with its large beach and golf club.
Access to Fishguard and Goodwick and the ferry terminal to Rosslare, Ireland along the A487, as well as many pubs, cafe and restaurants, and two small supermarkets.

Dinas Cross Village

This village, nestled below your accommodation, is an old sea captain's village, as exemplified by the name of the pub, The Ship Aground. The stone houses are reminiscent of the bustling industrial fishing villages of old, although now the village is quiet and tranquil. There's a fantastic fish and chip shop, Pat's Plaice, as well as two convenience stores, a small garage, a children's play area, and a tennis court. Take your fish and chips up the small, bendy road between the chip shop and Kiel House to Dinas ViewPoint with 180 views from Fishguard to Newport.

Dinas Head

A stunning walk that begins in the beautiful small cove of Pwllgwaelod - literally meaning Bottom Pool - takes you around Dinas Head, the promontory piece of land that you can see ahead of you from your accommodation. The walk around the headland and up to Pen y Fan, the tallest cliffs in Pembrokeshire, takes around 2.5 hours and ends up at the equally stunning cove at Cwm-yr-Eglwys. You needn't take the same route back, though - there's a small path of approximately a mile which leads between the two coves.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path

As well as dolphins and choughs, there are whispers of pirates and smugglers along all 186 miles of this world-renowned coast path. In the summery cove of Cwm-yr-Eglwys, you'll see the surprising remaining wall of the old church standing along above the small, sandy beach below - the rest of the church was swept out to sea during a storm hundreds of years ago.

Nearby Newport Sands is a lovely, long stretch of beach for swimming, making sandcastles, or taking the dog for a good, long walk. For trips further afield, you're not far from the superb St Davids peninsula, where the popular beaches of Whitesands and Newgale are a mere half an hour's drive away.

Coastal Shuttle Buses

If you would like to leave your car behind, jump onto the local coastal bus service - and travel up or down the coast. You can leave and join the bus at will and services run the length of the coastal path.

Fishguard and Goodwick

The twin towns are known for being one of two ports joining Wales with Ireland. Leaving Goodwick harbour twice daily, southern Ireland is right within reach from your accommodation, so why not extend your Celtic break and move on to the rugged coast of Southern Ireland?
Fishguard itself is known as being the site of the last invasion of Britain by Revolutionary France in 1797. The story goes that while the men were away fighting, the women of Fishguard, let by brave renegade Jemima Nicholas, donned their Welsh lady hats and patrolled the coastline. The French, thinking that the tall hats, red shawls, and pitchforks were military uniforms, surrendered. The Royal Oak pub is the spot where the peace treaty was signed, and the nearby town hall is home to the 30-metre-long tapestry created in commemoration of the Fishguard Invasion.

History on your doorstep

People have inhabited this part of Wales for some 29 thousand years, and we know that stones from the Preseli Hills around Fagwr Meredith were used in the construction of Stone Henge. One of the most well-preserved and picturesque reminders of how popular this area was in the Neolithic age is Pentre Ifan, a large burial chamber perched on a hillside below Carn Ingli, or Angel Mountain. Just down the road from this site is Castell Henllys, a reconstruction of an Iron Age hillfort that existed on this site around 2,000 years ago. It's now a popular visitor attraction where children and adults can learn about and reenact being a Celtic inhabitant of the site.

Family activities

As well as the iron age fort experience, why not take your family for a day out to Llys y Fran Country Park and Reservoir for cycling, boating and fishing? Another fantastic day for kids is at Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, or Pembrokeshire's only theme park, Oakwood.

Further afield heading North

Cardigan Bay is very popular with visitors in the warmer months, with boat trips leaving Gwbert near Poppit Sands and Aberporth to see the pod of dolphins that call the south Ceredigion coast their home. The beaches at Mwnt, Llangrannog and Tresaith offer sheltered coves for swimming, and the towns of New Quay and Aberaeron and postcard-perfect fishing harbours with colourful houses, fish and chip shops and ice cream stalls galore!

Further afield heading South

The St Davids Peninsula is famous for being home to Wales' patron Saint, David, and the cathedral that was erected in the city of St Davids in his name. Popular beaches for watersports in this area are Newgale, Whitesands and Abereiddy, where the diving and cliff scrambling activity coasteering was born - you can pay for guided experiences along this coast. In the south of the county, the larger towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot offer the best of British days by the sea.

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