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  • Rocket Cottage

  • Fishguard
  • Ref: 1243
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Rocket Cottage

  • 6
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  • 1
  • Ref: 1243
Property Highlights:

Pembrokeshire holiday cottage with sea views Fishguard Bay sleeps 6 pet friendly

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Guest Book Comments

Luxurious and comfortable house. Great views and we had great weather. Great base for K to go sea kayaking and good spot for seniors to explore at a more leisurely place all the little coastal bays. I want to take the sun room and its view home with me.

Angela, Ron & Kathryn, Warrington & Horwich - 14 May 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Thank you! We had an absolutely fantastic holiday in this beautiful, perfectly located and well resourced house. Even the weather smiled at us throughout. We will be back! Thank you, too, for the great welcome pack and advice.

Julia & Tony Evans, Ilkley - 18 June 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

A superb cottage, stunning views and great location. We were blessed with wonderful weather so made full use of the patio area and sun room. What a sun trap!! Many thanks for presenting the cottage so perfectly and the lovely touch of the wine etc on arrival. We wanted for nothing as you thought of everything one would need.

Vic, Chris & Karen, East Grinstead, W. Sussex - 25 june 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Pure luxury in abundance A week's stay in the wonderful, luxurious cottage that is Rocket Cottage, has truly left an indelible mark. The enormity of the cottage together with its furnishings exceeded our expectations and you are truly spoilt with what is provided added with the sheer comfort. In my opinion, the Pembrokeshire coastline (not forgetting the entire Welsh coastline) is quite possibly the very best in the world and a wee bit of that can be seen from Rocket Cottage. The conservatory area provides a perfect spot to admire the views on a 'not so good day' but when the weather is very friendly, the terrace area is the place to be. The cottage is on a road but please do not be put off by that. Essentially, the road accesses the nearby hotel but I can assure you traffic is very, very much to a minimum- almost negligible. The cottage also overlooks a relatively small ferry port but again, the volume of comings and goings is nothing to worry about.. Oh, and the odd train does pass by, occasionally. These last few observations are not to be deemed as negatives but merely demonstrates what the location is all about. There are not enough superlatives to describe this cottage. As one person wrote in the visitors book - "I want to live here". What more is there to say!!.......enjoy

Wayne G, Preston - 16 September 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Wow, wow, wow. A fantastic house in a fantastic part of the world with lovely friendly welcoming people. The ideal place for a week away. St Davids, Newport, Strumble Head and Dinas Head all amazing. Country Kitchen / Farmhouse is a must. Sweet potato fries yumsk. Definitely coming back, hardly scratched the surface here. Lovely house, lovely place.

Michael, Lorraine, Patrick, Katherine & Ellen Hartlepool - 13 August 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Another fantastic week, great weather for most of it. Rocket Cottage as previous year, FAB. Boys had a great time on Whitesands. Excellent base to visit family. Country Kitchen just 5 minutes is a must for all day breakfast.

Thompson family, Cambridgeshire - 20 August 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Wonderful property, well equipped. Loved sitting in conservatory - even watched a RNLI rescue. I want to live here!! Thank you.

The Spencers, Leeds - 10 September 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Not enough superlatives to describe this dream cottage. So sad to leave. We would live here too. Beautiful conservatory and sea views. Welsh cakes were beautiful - thank you. Fantastic cottage!

Wayne & Deborah, Staffordshire - 17 September 2016
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

excellent value for money

Barbara Lavin - 13th October 2018

Comfortable beds, great views and everything was provided.

Derek Young - 24th September 2018

lovely spacious place with great views. wonderfully equipped kitchen. Very comfortable and attractive furnishings. the twin room is a little tight on space, and the soundproofing of the living area above the ground floor double room is not great - but these are very minor issues!

Judith Main - 11th July 2018

Excellent

Larry Coulston - 1st July 2018

The Cottage was absolutely stunning and suited our requirements perfectly. It was exceptionally clean with a high level of finish and the welcome gifts were a nice touch. The first floor sun lounge and terrace offered views over the sea and it was easy to access the Pembrokeshire coastal path, in both directions, from the Cottage. We would recommend this Cottage to family and friends.

A trusted customer - 23rd June 2018
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Property Description
Pembrokeshire holiday cottage with panoramic sea views
  • Truly a sea view which will take your breath away - a sweeping vista across the ever changing waters of  from this newly renovated and extended cottage.
  • On the edge of the small coastal village of Goodwick, in 'no through road', pet friendly Rocket Cottage is so named because 'maroons' were once fired from here to summon Fishguard Life Boat crew to assemble.
  • On the 1st floor there is a luxury fitted kitchen, very spacious dining room/living room which has an 'A' framed light oak beamed ceiling, wooden floors and French doors to the Sun Room with its stunning views.
  • On the ground floor there is an en-suite double bedroom and off the 1st floor landing (6 steps up) a double en-suite bedroom and a twin bedroom.
  • The rear garden is on several levels with panoramic views from the paved terrace outside the Sun Room and also a 2nd patio high above the cottage. One pet dog is welcome.

About the Area
Fishguard Bay
  • This is a huge stretch of water sheltered by Strumble Head - great for all kinds of water sports - sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and fishing off the breakwater. Why not take a day trip to Ireland? A daily ferry service sails from the harbour.
Fishguard Bay Hotel
  • (5 mins walk) with its Victorian interior, conservatory overlooking the bay and sub tropical gardens this was the head quarters of the film crew for the filming of Dylan Thomas' “Under Milk Wood” in nearby Lower Town.
Goodwick
  • 5 minutes walk away is the small former fishing village of Goodwick overlooking Fishguard Bay, where there is a butcher, Post Office, chemist, bank, doctor's surgery, several pubs and a fish and chip take-away/restaurant.
Parrog Beach
  • On the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and sitting in a small sheltered bay next to the harbour this small sandy beach is easily accessible - popular for swimming, sea canoeing, sailing, jet skiing, windsurfing and power boating and has its own slipway.
  • Dolphins and basking sharks are frequently spotted from the beach, as they often swim around the harbour.
  • Enjoy a fun family day out at the exciting exhibition at Ocean Lab which features Ollie the Octopus - hands on activities for children of all ages.
  • There is a cyber café and tourist information centre all under one roof - Admission free but charges apply for soft play area and cyber cafe.
Mike Mayberry Sea Kayaking, Parrog Beach
  • View the natural beauty of Fishguard Bay and the Pembrokeshire Coast with its towering cliffs, caves and secluded beaches from a sea kayak - guided trips are available - sea birds, seals, dolphins and basking sharks .
Strumble Head & Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
  • Wonderful cliff top walking on nearby Strumble Head - superb scenery and wild flowers along the this magnificent stretch of coastline with the tiny lighthouse on the Island of Ynys Meicel - a favourite spot to watch for seals and a wide variety of passing migrant sea birds.
Fishguard
  • This small timeless market town has a cinema, leisure centre, interesting little shops for browsing and an excellent weekly farmers market in the Town Hall on Saturday mornings.
  • Visitors from all over the world come to see the spectacular Last Invasion Tapestry and renowned music and art festivals are regular events.
Lower Town
  • This tiny picturesque harbour is in the oldest part of Fishguard and has been used as the setting for many films including Dylan Thomas' 'Under Milk Wood' starring Richard Burton, Peter O'Toole and Elizabeth Taylor. Call in to The Ancient Ship Inn - popular with both the locals and holiday makers.
Llanwnda Riding Stables, Strumble Head
  • Enjoy horse riding along bridleways, quiet country lanes and through some of the most beautiful parts of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park- treks suitable for beginners to experienced riders.
Melin Tregwynt, north Pembrokeshire
  • Do visit this 18th century working mill which was once part of the Tregwynt Estate. Famous world wide for its exclusive Welsh design woollen blankets, throws, cushions and clothing with stockists such as John Lewis & Harrods. Watch the weavers at work and enjoy tea and cake in the café .
Newport
  • This charming seaside village along the North Pembrokeshire Coast nestles beneath Carn Ingli Mountain - 2 sandy Blue Flag beaches, a sailing club with excellent water sport facilities, 18 hole links golf course, antique centre, art and craft shops and a choice of pubs and award winning restaurants.
The Nevern Estuary at Newport
  • A popular destination for bird watchers - walk across the iron bridge over the water and enjoy riverside walks teeming with all kinds of birdlife throughout the year including ducks, swans, gulls, little egrets and herons.
Preseli Hills
  • Wild and mysterious, these rolling moors roamed by sheep and ponies provide superb terrain for walkers, horse riders and cyclists alike - Neollithic burial chambers, Bronze Age cairns, Iron Age forts and the famous Bluestones which came from these hills to create Stonehenge.
Tafarn Sinc
  • The Zinc Pub in Rosebush shelters below The Preseli Mountains. Originally built with corrugated tin sheets as a temporary hostelry for the workers of the nearby slate quarries, it's now one of Pembrokeshire's most interesting pubs.
Family Fun
  • Travel the whole of Pembrokeshire and discover an exciting selection of diverse family attractions including Castell Henllys reconstructed Iron Age Settlement, Dr Beynon's bug Farm and Grub Kitchen, Folly Farm, Blue Lagoon Water Park, Manor Wildlife Park, Overhang Climbing Walll, Pembroke Castle and many more.
Enjoy year round Pembrokeshire holidays and wonderful sea views  based in this lovely holiday cottage overlooking Fishguard Bay
Interior

3 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. 1 Double with ensuite wet room on ground floor. 1 Double with ensuite shower room and 1 Twin. Both off 1st floor landing (6 steps up).

Family Bathroom with Jacuzzi bath on 1st floor. 

Sitting/Dining Room on 1st floor - very spacious open plan living/dining room, 2 x 3 seater leather sofas, armchair, wall mounted TV/DVD, dining table and chairs. French doors to Sun Room.

Sun Room on 1st floor with floor to ceiling glass walls,comfortable seating and fabulous views over the bay.

Kitchen (with bay views, 2 steps down from dining area) - luxury fitted kitchen large gas hob, eye level electric double ovens, dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer.

Utility Room washing machine, tumble dryer. Cloakroom with toilet and washbasin. Both on ground floor.

Grounds on several levels, slate patio off the Sun Room with garden furniture, staircase to rear terraces - fabulous panoramic views.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, garage (electric doors) for 2 cars

Fuel - Gas central heating inclusive

Dogs - 1 at £25 p/w

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No

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FROM £659 PER WEEK
AVG COST PER WEEK £967
Number of Adults
1 Adult

Adults (18 years +)

1 Adult
Number of Children
0 Children

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0 Children
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Dogs

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Duration
7 Nights

Duration

7 Nights

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