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  • Seaspray Cottage

  • Fishguard
  • Ref: 1157
  • 4
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Seaspray Cottage

  • 4
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  • 1
  • Ref: 1157
Property Highlights:

A wonderful traditional cottage with sea views, inglenook and wood burner. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is just 5-mins walk from this charming family and dog-friendly Fishguard Bay holiday cottage. It has a streamside garden in 50 acres of coastal land overlooking Fishguard Bay.

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Guest Book Comments

Wonderful spot. Lovely early morning walks with grandchildren down to the coast. Great to be back in Pembrokeshire after a long time. Cottage warm clean and spacious.

Jeremy, Therese & grandchildren, York - 20 May 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

A wonderful location, perfect for wildlife spotting. Saw razorbills, peregrines, pale buzzard, stonechat, choughs, guillemots and fulmar on coastal path from cottage. Great trips to Strumble head and Stackpole. Spotted porpoises at both! Fabulous holiday.

Steven & Marie-Claire Wattison Worcester - 18 March 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Fantastic! Loved every minute of the stay. Hosts delightful and cottage beautifully clean. Had a fabulous stay. Will be back!

Jo Riding, Barnstable, N. Devon - 7 January 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Delightful cottage!! Home from home!! Everything spot on; the location, cottage well equipped and of course the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast. We had two weeks of excellent walking. Recommend the butcher in Newport, also a good village to have morning coffee and some good pubs!!

Ellen & Bedo Amsterdam, Holland - 10 June 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

We are completely enamoured with Seaspray Cottage; it is a little slice of heaven on earth. After a difficult year, we completely embraced the tranquility and the stunning surroundings offered by this location. Newgale beach is a MUST if you have a dog! We hope to return in 2018.

Victoria, Sam and JR - 2 December 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Had a lovely time. Very nice cottage , would come again. Particularly liked the walk from Porthgain to the Blue Lagoon. Saw a fox, a seal and 2 cats!

David, Kate, Joe and Inca the German Shepherd dog - 2 December 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Beautiful cottage, excellent location, had a lovely week. Strumble Head definitely worth a visit, also St Davids beautiful town.

Lynn & Robin - 26 August 2017
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Clean and tidy Well provisioned

Reply from: Jill

Thank you we are glad that you enjoyed your Christmas stay.

Emma Steele - 5th January 2019

Seaspray cottage was a very special place to stay. The cottage was big, clean and everything worked well. The garden was wonderful. Our toddler loved exploring, especially walking to the gate at the bottom of the garden to spot the cows and the boats. It was great to be able to walk straight onto the coastal path and watch the sun setting over the harbour. We would love to come back.

A trusted customer - 6th August 2018

delightful, very clean, sunsets out of this world

Rebecca Fowler - 14th July 2018

Das Haus hat eine tolle Lage,aber : 1.je nach windrichtung kann es von der nahen Hauptstraße sehr laut sein 2.Die Möbel im Erdgeschoss sollten mal erneuert werden, zu alt und rustikal.Sofa durchgesessen....alles zusammengesammelt....altmodisch 3.Alle Schränke sind belegt mit Utensilien und Weihnachtsdekorationen ... 4.Heizungsanlage konnte nicht von uns geregelt werden, es war kalt, obwohl wir einen Zuschlag für die Heizung zahlen mussten. 5. Wir hätten uns 2 Stühle für den Garten gewünscht 6. Für 1 Woche pro Person ein Handtuch zum Duschen war uns zu wenig. Positiv war: 1. Tolles Haus,sehr schön renoviert, mit Superausblick und sehr schönem Garten 2.sehr gut ausgestattete Küche , es fehlte nichts 3.alles war sehr sauber 4. Das Obergeschoss,welches wir nicht genutzt haben,weil Kinderzimmer usw, war hell und freundlich modern.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you so much for taking the time to feedback your thoughts following your stay, we will contact the owner to discuss providing some more outdoor chairs and towels, glad that you enjoyed the stay

Stefan Feldkamp - 2nd June 2018

Beautiful cottage with lots of character and good views to the coast. Also well equipped.

Robert Batten - 27th May 2018

What an amazing holiday! The cottage was beautiful; clean, tidy, modern, comfortable. The underfloor heating was a treat on the cold December mornings and the log fire made the evenings. The location was just perfect for a relaxing getaway with our Lab, Amber. It was great to go straight out onto the coastal path from the doorstep and there were so many other walks in the area - not to mention the beach! We would certainly recommend this cottage and will be returning!

Katy Evans - 1st February 2018
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Property Description

Pet-friendly Fishguard Bay Coastal Cottage with WiFi
  • Seaspray Cottage with WiFi is in a stunning unique location with uninterrupted sea views of Fishguard Bay and fabulous coastal walks in every direction including across the fields to Fishguard Bay. Don't be surprised to see cormorants drying their wings on nearby rocky outcrops.
  • One of 2 pretty detached traditional Pembrokeshire cottages, Seaspray Cottage, is set in a private miniature wildlife sanctuary of more than 50 acres of grass and National Trust heathland. You can walk for hours without seeing a soul.
  • Seaspray Cottage is in a wonderful location for lovers of peace and tranquillity, wildlife, naturalists, artists, photographers and walkers alike. In fact you can close your car and forget it for a week there are so many lovely coastal walks directly from the garden gate.
  • If you would like to enjoy an evening out or celebration, Fishgaurd is only a short 1.5 mile drive, where there are a number of lovely pubs and restaurants. Taxi services are available, if you wish to leave the car.
  • There is a ground floor bedroom and bathroom and a large original inglenook in the sitting room from where a staircase leads up to a twin bedroom and cosy seating area with a sloping ceiling, furnished with a futon sofa, 2 armchairs, CD/radio, books and games.
  • Relax in the pretty south facing front garden with its rose/lavender hedge - the private rear garden is bordered by a small stream - do take care with small children please.   
  • Seaspray Cottage was once home to celebrated local hero William Morgan. On a dark windswept night in 1920 he rescued the captain and chief officer of the Dutch sailing schooner 'Hermina' which was shipwrecked on Needle Rock. Read his remarkable story .
Interior

2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double on the ground floor. 1 Twin with sloping ceiling on 1st floor.

Bathroom on ground floor with shower over bath, toilet and washbasin. 

Kitchen with oak fitted units, electric oven, halogen hob, microwave, fridge with ice box, dishwasher, washing machine, breakfast table and chairs.

Sitting/Dining Room 1 x 2 seater and 1 x 3 seater leather sofa and 1 armchair, wall mounted Free view digital TV/DVD, inglenook with wood burning stove, dining table and chairs.

Reading Room/Retreat on 1st floor with sloping ceiling, futon sofa, 2 armchairs, CD/radio.

Grounds private rear garden with garden table, benches and sea view, bordered by small stream, (care with small children please) Gate into fields. South facing front garden with rose/lavender hedge.


Additional Information

Short breaks - No

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes

Fuel - Electric underfloor heating throughout (except in the kitchen where there's an electric heater) inclusive June to September. Outside these dates £30 p/w. Starter pack of logs free

Dogs - 1 welcome free (must be kept under control as there is livestock in the adjacent field)

Travel cot - No

Highchair - No

About the Area

All Wales Coastal Path & Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

  •  A footpath from the cottage leads to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path (part of the All Wales Coastal Path) and National Trust headland - spectacular scenery and glorious sunsets, ponies and cattle graze the cliffs during the summer and winter, a wondrous variety of wild flowers in the spring, fabulous sea bird and marine life - seals with their pups make their home at the foot of the cliffs in the autumn.
Lower Fishguard  
  • This hamlet with its picturesque quay and harbour is a short walk away along the spectacular coastal path or a 5 minute drive.
  • Enjoy a drink at the ancient local pub - The Ship, popular with locals and visitors alike - and frequented by both Richard Burton and Gregory Peck during the filming of Under Milk Wood and Moby Dick, both of which classics were filmed in this pretty harbour.
Last Invasion Tapestry, Fishguard Town Hall
  • The remarkable and internationally famous Last Invasion Tapestry took a group of local people over four years to complete. It is 30.4 metres long and displayed in a purpose built gallery in the town hall.The tapestry commemorates the failed attempt by the French to invade Britain near Fishguard in 1797.
Coastal Bus Services
  • Leave the car behind and explore Pembrokeshire by bus - from Easter to the end of September there are 2 'hail and ride' bus services, the 'Strumble Shuttle' which meanders along the coast to St Davids and the 'Poppit Rocket' to Poppit Sands (the start of the Coastal Path) and Cardigan.
Manorowen Walled Gardens, Goodwick, Pembrokeshire
  • Manorowen Walled Gardens in Goodwick are well worth a visit. The one and a half acre walled and kitchen garden have been restored to offer a huge variety of interest in a small space. The grounds also contain a late 18th C summer house with wonderful views across Fishguard Bay.
Dyffryn Fernant Garden between Fishguard and Llanerchaeron
  • A magical garden grown out of a wilderness of rock, marsh, bog and clay. A modern, naturalistic, exotic and stylish garden is the result.
Pwllgwaelod 
  • This small sandy beach bounded by cliffs with views across Fishguard Bay - a smugglers cove with a pub - The Sailors Safety, now famous for its sea food.
Cwm yr Eglwys
  • A a short walk (0.5 mile) from Pwllgwelod or a drive down a narrow country lane takes you to this pretty cove with its sandy beach overlooked by the romantic ruins of the 12th century Church of Saint Brynach.
  • A great favourite with families and renowned for having its own micro climate - a few degrees hotter and dryer compared to other parts of the Pembrokeshire coast.
Newport 
  • This vibrant seaside village is a short drive away - sample good food at award winning restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, browse art and craft galleries and for golfers there is a fabulous links golf course overlooking the sweeping sands of the River Nevern estuary - a wonderful spot for estuary bird watching.
Newport Links Golf Club
  • Newport's challenging 18 hole links course stands on the edge of the coast with stunning views of the bay. Book lessons, enjoy a few rounds and relax over a drink and a light snack in the bar or an excellent meal in The Links Restaurant.
Boat Trips
  • Visit Martins Haven on the Marloes Peninsula to join boat trips out to Skomer Island an internationally important breeding ground for myriad sea birds. Expect to see puffins, manx sheerwaters, gannets and more as well as seals and dophins. Boats to Ramsey Island run from St Justinians near St Davids and sometimes, tides permitting, from Whitesands beach.

Family Fun

  • Discover a wealth of family attractions all over Pembrokeshire. Visit Dr Beynon's Bug Farm and Grub Kitchen, Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Company, Blue Lagoon Water Park, Tudor Merchant's House Tenby (N.T.), Manor Wildlife Park, Heatherton Sports Park, Folly farm and so many more.
This charming dog friendly coastal cottage overlooking Fishguard Bay is a wonderful base for exploring Pembrokeshire at any time of year.
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