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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.
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35 Quay Street was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in 35 Quay Street too!
A breathtaking waterside cottage, perfectly located in the heart of Fishguard Harbour, which offers a warm and welcoming family escape. The property has a character like no other, largely down to the picturesque views from its idyllic location, as well as original features such as the exposed wooden ceiling beams and lovely artwork throughout.
The cosy lounge with fabulous harbour views has a wood-burning stove, with another snug which is the ideal place to relax and read some of the great books on offer. Prepare meals in the well-equipped kitchen/dining room with a large oven range cooker and a full complement of kitchen accessories.
There is an enclosed area to the rear of the property, perfect for pets or children, while the quay itself is a magnificent panorama of pretty little yachts and fishing boats, and friendly ducks where the River Gwaun meets the sea. Fishing for crabs off the Quay wall is a real favourite amongst the town's children. There is also a slipway for launching small boats as well as a delightful cafe serving fresh crab sandwiches in summer.
In addition, there are a number of glorious walks right from your doorstep, including along the River Gwaun through the wooded valley, and the coast path in both directions. There's an old fort to the north with breathtaking views across the bay, as well as the Marine Walk, which skirts around the Fishguard coast and is popular with local dog walkers.
Fishguard itself is a pretty little town with a number of welcoming pubs, tasty cafes, takeaways and restaurants, as well as a small supermarket and a farmers market on Saturday morning in the town hall. In addition, it's only a 10-minute drive to Newport with plenty of fine dining options. We recommend a cold tipple in the beer garden at the Royal Oak with fabulous views across the old harbour or a visit to the tiny, but characterful Fishguard Arms.
Guests are also centrally located to enjoy a fabulous selection of golden beaches, From Pwllgwaelod, Cwm-yr-Eglwys and Newport Sands in the north to Newgale, Abereiddy and Whitesands to the south. That's not to mention the huge array of rockier coves dotted around the coast if you're looking for more seclusion.
North Pembrokeshire also offers some of the best walking opportunities in Wales with its dramatic coastal scenery, the enchanting Gwaun Valley and the Preseli Hills also within easy reach. We recommend a visit to Strumble Head with its iconic lighthouse and abundant array of bird and sea life (there's a designated lookout shelter on the headland for wildlife enthusiasts). What's more the scenery around this often deserted headland is simply spectacular, particularly from the rocky peak of Garn Fawr looking towards Pwll Deri.
There is also a selection of other great discoveries around the area including the Dyffryn Arms, known affectionately as 'Bessie's' - an archaic watering hole that will transport you back in time, a well as, Melin Tregwynt, an internationally recognised woollen mill famous for its gorgeous throws and cushions.
Fishguard also offers a fascinating history as a trading port dating back to Norse times and in more recent times as a significant herring fishery (look out for the herring shoal along the harbour wall!). It was also the landing place of the last French invasion of 1797, beautifully depicted by a tapestry display in the town hall, while the area is famous for its Neolithic monuments and burial chambers, from Harbour Village in Goodwick leading up through Dinas, Newport all the way through the Preseli Hills.
35 Quay Street is in a stunning and unique location which makes this a truly wonderful holiday home for a relaxing family break.
Please note; bookings longer than 7 nights are on request only.
Three bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. One large king-size, with a hand basin and two twin bedrooms all located on the 1st floor.
Master bedroom: Offers a king-size bed with a traditional solid wooden headboard, which is perfectly positioned to absorb the delightful views of Fishguard harbour. The room is equipped with two bed-side cabinets, two lamps, a chest of drawers, an armchair and mirrors.
Bedroom two: A traditionally finished room, which leads on to the cosy decked area at the rear of the property. The room is equipped with two single beds, two bedside cabinets, four lamps a chair and a skylight making the room bright and welcoming.
Bedroom three: Another traditionally finished room with twin beds which still houses an original fireplace (not in use), the room is dressed with a chest of drawers, a mirror, a bedside cabinet, and a large chair, which is positioned to take in the views of the harbour - seen through the bedroom window.
Family bathroom, with a traditional wooden floor, large bath, over shower, toilet, washbasin, heated towel rail and mirror, finished with a classy wall tile. Located on the first floor.
Wet room on the ground floor, presents a spacious area, with a shower, toilet, hand basins, spotlights in the ceiling and mirror.
Kitchen, an original style which captures the character of the cottage, including a stylish tiled floor. A well-furnished cooking area, with a range cooker, six-burner gas hob, large oven, dishwasher, fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, there is lots of storage space, in the well-lit area, complemented by spotlights in the ceiling and a skylight.
Utility room, which leads to the outside space at the rear of the property is a well-equipped area with a freezer, washing machine and above counter storage space.
The dining area which backs on to the kitchen features a delightful wood burner, a large table with two benches to seat six, the table is positioned next to a window which looks right into the heart for the harbour. The area is well lite by the natural light and by the ceiling spotlights, which sit between a series of exposed wooden ceiling beams, they are two armchairs and a small stool within the area making a perfect area for the family to gather.
35 Quay Street offers an extended living area which leads on from the main lounge, where you will find a large TV, DVD player, a three-seater sofa and a double door to the compact decked space at the rear of the property.
Hallway with plenty of space for walking boots, prams and pet accessories. This area has a radiator and the front entrance which leads directly onto the centre of the quay.
Grounds - The front of the property sits in the heart of Fishguard Harbour, with parking for one vehicle. The rear of the property has an enclosed compact area that can be accessed along a raised decked walkway and the via the sitting room. Caution is to be taken with children, as the property sits very close to the water.
Grounds 35 Quay Street Fishguard, sits in the heart of Fishguard Harbour, making it a truly waterside cottage, it accommodates parking for two vehicles. The rear of the property has a compact area that can be accessed along a raised decked walkway. Caution is to be taken with children as the property sits very close to the water. Great care and supervision required also when parking your car - this is directly on the quay.
Short breaks - Yes, short breaks available apart from Summer school holidays
Dogs - Yes, 2 free of charge
Changeover Day - Friday
Towels - Yes (no beach towels provided)
Bedlinen - Yes
Fuel - Gas central heating and 2 log burners
Parking - Parking for one vehicle directly outside the property (other on stree parking available nearby)
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.
All our reviews are independently handled via Feefo, that means each review is a 100% verified customer visiting 35 Quay Street.
Lovely cottage right on the quayside, well equipped, clear instructions on arrival, very comfortable for the whole family while enjoying a last minute break.
Whilst the accomodation was querky it was roomy, clean, comfortable and the kitchen was well stocked with equipment. However, only one bag was left for the used laundry instead of 2 as instructed (one for bedding and none for towels) Also the provision of 1 toilet roll for 2 toilets seemed rather mean.Otherwise an excellent location and we enjoyed our holiday
Property lived up to all expectations
Lovely cottage on the harbour
If you've ever visited a holiday cottage before, you most likely have seen a guestbook in the property for guests to leave a review for others when they arrive. Each of the following comments was lovingly left by people just like you in the guestbook left at 35 Quay Street.
Great holiday in amazing weather. Great to be back. Lovely week with such lovely weather. Can't wait to come back next year. X
A lovely cottage in wonderful Pembrokeshire. Great beaches, food and people - we will be back! Thank you.
A lovely cottage. We had a fantastic time. Wish we could stay longer.
Fabulous staycation in this lovely cottage - explored most of Pembrokeshire and did some amazing coastal walks. Great holiday :)
What a beautiful location! I recommend the walks at Dinas Head and Strumble Head - outstanding!
If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.
Year-round holidays can be enjoyed in this characterful Pembrokeshire cottage once home to a local fisherman. A local kayak centre set out from the Quay so why not book a paddle- Kayak King, and also based in Fishguard is a kayak expert Mayberry Kayaking who is absolutely fabulous for the more advanced paddlers.
The local waters are firstly fabulous, beautifully clear but care must be taken with tides and expert tuition is recommended to explore the fabulous coves and caves.
Fishguard is steeped in history and a great place to explore, with its galleries and cafes - try and find where the last invasion of the French was - yes the headland above Fishguard.
Plentiful wildlife with bird watching and sea life - seals call from the coves around the headland - so explore some fabulous coastline.
Lower Town Harbour, Fishguard
Lower Town is a tiny quaint harbour, once home to a thriving herring fishing fleet and now mainly used by pleasure boats. The picturesque quayside is lined with attractive fishermen's cottages and the small quay road leads to the Fishguard Bay Yacht Club, walk on past to discover Lower Fishguard's secret sandy beach. The sheltered, picturesque harbour at Lower Town is home to small boats of all sorts and a mixture of wildlife - even sometimes a visiting seal.
Fishguard Bay Yacht Club and the Ship Inn
This former flour store, converted by a small group of keen sailors in 1947, is now home to a little club with an enthusiastic sailing and rowing calendar. With a backdrop of spectacular Pembrokeshire scenery and a sheltered bay, it is an ideal venue for watersports enthusiasts of all abilities, both for sailing and socialising - check their website for details of events. The Ship Inn is a short walk away in the heart of the village. A historic pub which serves real ales, this is a popular pub with locals and holidaymakers alike.
Fishguard Harbour Town
Fishguard Town, at the top of the hill, has good local amenities with interesting independent shops and galleries, banks, a post office, internet cafe, supermarket, chemist, health centre, vet and filling station.
Fishguard Town Hall and The Last Invasion Tapestry
Fishguard Farmers Market is held in the Fishguard Town Hall every Saturday and a weekly market every Thursday, with delicious local produce and crafts. Upstairs in the Town Hall is the gallery containing the remarkable Last Invasion Tapestry. This amazing work was created by local needleworkers and is well worth a visit.
Yet y Gors Fishery, Fishguard
Keen fisher folk will enjoy the trout lakes at Yet y Gors, Scleddau. They are stocked with fish of 2 lbs and more up to double figures and there is fishing to suit everyone from the absolute beginner to the seasoned enthusiast.
Boat trips to Skomer Island leave from Martins Haven on the Marloes peninsula and for Ramsey Island from St Justinians near St Davids. Expect exceptional coastal scenery and an abundance of breeding seabirds, in particular comical puffins, robust little Manx shearwaters, gannets and more. Atlantic grey seals are a common sight too, even dolphins can be spotted from time to time.
Pwllgwaelod Beach & Old Sailor's Pub/Restaurant
Pwllgwaelod is a sandy, west-facing beach with fabulous views across Fishguard Bay. The pub/restaurant, The Old Sailor's serves freshly caught local fish and is much acclaimed as an excellent place to eat. With no near neighbours, it is advisable to book at busy times.
Dinas Island and the Poppit Rocket Coastal Bus
Just up the coast, a short walk along the coastal path around Dinas Island (not actually an island) from Pwllgwaelod takes you to Cwm yr Eglwys. Overlooked by the remains of St Brynachs Church, this is a picturesque sheltered cove with its own microclimate. If you would like to leave your car behind, jump onto the local coastal bus service - the 'Poppit Rocket' - 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.
A little further up the coast is the popular village of Newport. This pretty village has a number of cafes and restaurants to suit a wide range of budgets. Visit the wide Blue Flag sandy beach at Newport or take your boat down to launch at the Parrog Sailing Club.
Pembrokeshire Golf Courses and Horse Riding
Just a short drive away visit the stables at Llanwnda, Goodwick for trekking on quiet lanes and bridleways. If beach riding is more your cup of tea, visit Nolton Riding Stables at Nolton Haven. There are several Golf courses nearby. The links courses at Newport and St Davids both look out over the most fantastic coastal scenery. If parkland is more your thing, visit Priskilly Forest or Haverfordwest.
Family Days out in Pembrokeshire
Further south in the county there are theme parks galore with diversions for all the family. Lookup The Dinosaur Park Tenby, Oakwood Theme Park, Blue Lagoon Water Park, Folly Farm, Manor Wildlife Park and Heatherton Sports Park for a good mix.
If you want to get in touch with the local farming and agricultural scene, the summer is dotted with agricultural shows. They are colourful, entertaining and informative.
Tenby & Caldey Island
The elegant seaside resort of Tenby with its walled town, cobbled streets, galleries, shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and five glorious sandy beaches is well worth a visit. Boat trips leave regularly from Tenby harbour to make the short cruise to Caldey Island home to Cistercian monks who make perfume, shortbread and chocolate for sale in the island shop.
See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near the cottage.
If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.
THE SHIP INN
Real ales are served and there is an open fire. Tuesday night is a fun quiz night.
FISHGUARD FARMERS MARKET
A great opportunity to buy excellent local produce. Sat fortnightly, 9am-2pm, Town Hall
Families & pet dogs welcome. Paved garden with sea views. Tuesdays folk nights.
Bar Five is situated in a listed Georgian townhouse in the centre of Fishguard. The team consistently produce imaginative meals from ingredients that are almost exclusively locally produced, reared or caught.
NO 14 FOR TEA
Open Monday - Saturday 9.30am - 5pm for teas, coffees, homemade cakes & pastries, light lunches and savoury snacks.
THE GOURMET PIG
Award-winning deli and wine store in Fishguard with arguably the best coffee in Wales!
HOPE & ANCHOR INN
Award-winning inn serving its own homegrown produce and home reared pork
THE BRIDGEND INN
Known locally as the Bont, this friendly country pub, over 150 years old, nestles in the beautiful Gwaun Valley. The cosy bars with log fires serve mainly local real ales and the old smithy which features an external water wheel. Check with the inn for winter opening times. Please note the inn does not serve food.
THE SHIP AGROUND
Wheelchair access available.
THE OLD SAILORS INN
The pub has a large garden ideal for al fresco eating. If you prefer to eat indoors be sure to book during the busy season the dining area is small.
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