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Wisteria Lodge and Serendipity

Ref: 4032
Gwaun Valley, Pembrokeshire (View Location on a map)
5 Guests
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Accepts 6 Dogs
£983 7 Night Breaks From
£28.09 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 Wisteria Lodge and Serendipity 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.

Arrival Times

Check-in from 4:30PM and Check out by 10:00AM

Handpicked Highlights

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

  • Tranquil getaway cottages with rural views sleeping up to 5
  • 2 Dog-friendly cottages accepting up to 3 dogs per cottage
  • Log burner & underfloor heating
  • 10-mins drive to Newport, 15-mins to Cardigan
  • Extensive grounds with pond, woodland and a meadow with walks from your doorstep
  • Award-winning beaches nearby, Newport Sands and Aberaeron

Rated 4/5 (read reviews)
Features You'll Love

  • Dog Friendly
  • WiFi
  • Private Parking
  • Real Fire
  • Rural Location
  • Ground Floor Facilities
  • Cot Available
  • Detached Property
  • Golf Courses Nearby
  • Pubs Nearby

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About Wisteria Lodge and Serendipity

Two picturesque, peaceful Pembrokeshire holiday cottages, furnished, decorated and maintained to a high residential standard set in a magnificent garden with pond, ducks and beautiful blooming lilies in the summertime.

    Wysteria Lodge is surrounded by enchanting countryside in the mystical Gwaun Valley, Wisteria Lodge offers the perfect escape for 2.

    • Relax in the charming open plan sitting room with lofty ceiling and large, unusual shaped window which draws nature in.
    • On the first floor, light decor creates a restful, hushed bedroom, with crisp white linen for a good night's sleep.
    • A well equipped fitted kitchen will inspire holiday cooking.

    Serendipity offers complete peace, nestling in a tranquil corner, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, immerse yourself in nature and enjoy a glorious, tranquil escape.

    • The lounge with an impressive, large feature window, set on the first floor, drawing nature and the woodland in. Relax in the comfortable sofas, with the wood burner lit and marvel at the beauty of your surroundings.
    • The well-equipped open plan fitted kitchen and dining area opens out onto a patio, looking over the pond and gardens, ideal for al fresco dining and sunny breakfasts. 
    • A perfect, restful night's sleep is promised in the tasteful bedrooms with crisp white cotton linen and quality mattresses.
    • Cherished pieces of family furniture can be found throughout the cottage, adding to the character and wonderfully warm ambience.

    In the mystical Gwaun Valley this is a perfect place to relax - take a woodland walk to the Gwaun waterfalls through ancient woods, alive with birdsong and carpeted with bluebells in early May, or take a walk to Bluestone Brewery, or further up the road the country hotel, Gellifawr. Just a short drive are the golden sands of Newport Beach, dolphin spotting boat trips from New Quay and the bustling Welsh town of Cardigan.

    Set in a beautiful secret valley, surrounded by steeply wooded hillsides, ancient bluebell woods and a tumbling river, teeming with wildlife, wonderful walking country and a haven for wild and birdlife - buzzards, shy otters, dippers, herons and kingfishers.

    Layout & Further Information


    Sleeps 2, 1 Bedroom  

    Shower room with WC, washbasin and shower 

    Bedroom with king size bed, bedside tables, lamps, chair, chest

    Sitting Room wood burner, sofa, armchair, rug, lamp, aspect window with pretty views

    Open Plan Kitchen/Diner fitted cottage kitchen, fridge/freezer, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, kettle, washing machine.

    Garden lawned area, with garden furniture. Duckpond, woodland & meadows to explore


    Sleeps 3, 2 Bedrooms

    1 Family Bathroom, Bath & Separate Shower

    Double Bedroom Kingsize bed, bedside tables, lamps, rug, chair, built-in cupboard, shelving, occasional table, mirror.

    Single Bedroom Single bed, table, antique cupboard, bedside table, lamp, shelving, chair.

    Cloakroom on the first floor, WC, washbasin, mirror.

    Open Plan Kitchen Diner well equipped, fitted kitchen, table & chairs, electric hob & oven, coffee maker, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer (outside), sitting area outside with table & chairs, microwave, shelving.

    Sitting Room on the first floor, magnificent feature window with stunning woodland & rural views, comfortable sofa, 2 comfortable chairs, wood burner, TV, writing desk, lamp.

    Porch settle and coat hooks.

    Grounds idyllic grounds surround the cottage, duck pond, walks into the woodland & around the meadow. Patio area with tables & chairs just outside the cottage.

    Additional Information:

    • Change Over Day Friday
    • WiFi yes
    • Short Breaks All year excluding Summer & Peak weeks (allows Summer and peak week short breaks within 21 days of booking)
    • Parking yes
    • Dogs - maximum 3 dogs per cottage - 1 dog free of charge (per cottage), additional dogs £25 per week 
    • Winter Fuel Charge £30 per week from October - April. Starter pack of logs provided. Underfloor heating & gas central heating.
    • Cot on request
    • Highchair on request
    • Bed linen - 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 4/5

    All our reviews are independently handled via Feefo, that means each review is a 100% verified customer visiting Wisteria Lodge and Serendipity.

    Verified Guest
    20th August 2021

    Very individual cottages in an amazing location. Great for walks straight from the cottages. Access is via a single track road though. Wifi reception much better in Serendipity than Wisteria Lodge.

    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.

    Bluestone Brewery

    • Bluestone Brewing is a family-run brewery tucked away just a short walk from Serendipity. Well worth a visit, ales are brewed in the rough and rocky hills of the Bluestone mountains. Throughout the year several open-air events are held with live music, food and entertainment.

    Gellifawr Country Hotel

    • Within a very short drive from Serendipity is Gellifawr Hotel, which is a nineteenth-century stone farmhouse, very welcoming, with landscaped gardens, cosy log fires in the winter, with bar, restaurant and free WiFi, situated in idyllic countryside.

    Pembrokeshire Candle Centre, Gwaun Valley

    • In a hollow at the entrance to the Gwaun Valley is the Pembrokeshire Candle Centre - watch candles being hand-made by Danish artisan - lots of different kinds to buy. Established for about 50 years.


    • This delightful cove is nestled along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Call in at the Old Sailors Inn for a drink and good food served on the lawn overlooking the sea or in the little dining room (booking essential) Phone 01348 811 491.
    • Lots to enjoy near this holiday cottage in Pembrokeshire's Gwaun Valley near the coast - pets welcome.

    Preseli Hills

    • The Preseli Mountains, or Preseli Hills, rise out of the landscape to 536m in the northern half of Pembrokeshire and are in complete contrast to the relative lowlands of the south.
    • The landscape is wild moorland, heath and grassland and is home to a wide range of plants and invertebrates some of them quite rare. The hills are the ideal location for some great walking away from the coastline.
    • For the best views in Pembrokeshire, pull on your sturdy shoes and take the short walk to Foel Eryr where the 360-degree panorama leads the eye across the sea to Ireland and Snowdonia, if it's a clear day
    • .For a longer stroll right across the spine of the Preseli Hills try The Golden Road, 8 miles, this ancient track follows a route that is said to date back to the Neolithic period, 5,000 years ago and the main route for travellers in prehistory to and from Ireland
    • Along the way, apart from the breathtaking views, there are prehistoric remains, burial cairns dating back to the bronze age, Iron Age hill forts. There's an arrangement of stones in the shape of an eye known as Beddarthur and legend has it that it's the resting place of King Arthur. Who knows?

    Fishguard And Day Boat Trips to Ireland

    • Situated in the midst of outstanding beauty that blends the allure of sea, towering cliffs, the Preseli Hills, historic churches, ancient standing stones, ideal for gentle and challenging walks, surrounded by the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park. Galleries, gift and antique shops, with weekly market, cafes, pubs and restaurants.

    • Sailing, kayaking, coasteering, hiking on sunny days from Goodwick and on rainy days, swimming pool, cinema, music festivals and a visit to the Last Invasion Tapestry, which marks the 1797 invasion by Napoleon's French troops defeated by local militia at the Battle of Fishguard. It's said to rival the Bayeux Tapestry.

    • Stena Line offer day trips to Rosslare, Ireland from 5.50 - 12 per person on foot. Relax on board with free WiFi, free movies and stunning views from the deck. Buses provided from the port for a fun day in Wexford, soaking up some Irish culture and heritage.

    Pembrokeshire Gardens open to the public Penlan Uchaf Fishguard

    • 3 acres of landscaped garden including a fast-flowing stream set high above the Gwaun Valley.

    Dyffryn Fernant Garden, Llanychaer

    • Bog garden, fernery, courtyard roses, orchard, wildflowers, wood, walks and more.

    Newport Pembrokeshire & Nearby Beaches.

    • Located at the foothill of Carningli, (Mountain of Angels) near the golden sands of The Parrog and many other Pembrokeshire beaches, ideal for families, sailors, walkers & bird watchers alike.
    • The seaside town of Newport, Pembrokeshire, with its fine cafes and eateries, is overlooked by its Norman castle. Spend an afternoon strolling around this ancient seaside village, with unique shops before wandering to the beach.
    • Newport Beach, a mile-long fantastic stretch of golden sands which sweep around Newport bay - ideal for swimming, windsurfing, sailing and canoeing.
    • The Parrog A delightful stretch of coastline. The Coast Path twists and turns its way round to the old lifeboat station, sometimes on the beach, at times on the road and at one point crosses a fantastic causeway built of slates in a herringbone pattern
    • Cwm yr Eglwys is a picturesque cove a short drive away. Overlooked by the remains of St Bynach's 12th-century church, the sheltered sand and shingle beach is a great family favourite.

    Bro Meigan Gardens and Tea Rooms Boncath

    • Appeals to artists, gardeners, photographers, birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts.

    Castell Henllys Iron Age Village

    • Set within 30 acres of beautiful woodland and river meadows in the heart of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, a short drive from Bluestone Retreat, as well as being home to expertly recreated Iron Age roundhouses built exactly where they would have stood more than 2,000 years ago, the natural surroundings are teeming with wildlife, such as otters, swallows and bats. Although the roundhouses are the main attraction, Castell Henllys also has a Visitor Centre, which includes a shop and cafe, with interactive exhibitions, children's play area and maze and riverside picnic site.

    Cenarth Riverside Village

    • The village of Cenarth is well worth a trip. The beautiful river and waterfalls tumble through the centre passing under an ancient multi-arched (most photogenic) stone bridge. There is an attractive riverside walk, a few interesting shops, places to eat and the National Coracle Centre is located here.


    • This 'Jewel of the Cardigan Coast' with its Georgian houses is a delight - boutique shops, art galleries, cafes/tea rooms, pubs, a great fish and chip restaurant take-away as well as The Hive, famous for its award-winning honey ice cream and lovely home-made produce. The renowned Harbourmaster Hotel is just across the harbour and is a delightful stroll at lunchtime or early evening. A fabulous restaurant renowned for fantastic fare and superb local beers.
    • Once a thriving and prosperous fishing port with a shipbuilding industry - some 60 sailing vessels were built here including 35 schooners 'the greyhound of the ocean' - a walk on the historic Town Trail gives a fascinating glimpse into this past, including the origins of the famous Aberaeron Shovel.
    • There is a fantastic regular calendar of events during the year to enjoy including Cardigan Bay Sea Food Festival, Yachting Regatta, a Beer & Cider Festival, Tug of War, Annual Carnival and Mackerel Festival, also the world-renowned Festival of Welsh Ponies and Cobs.

    Dolphin Spotting Boat Trips in Cardigan Bay

    • Visit the seaside town of New Quay a short drive away where regular dolphin spotting boat trips leave from the harbour. Enjoy a choice of sandy beaches, shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants too.

    Cardigan & River and Food Festival

    • This bustling little market town on the Teifi river is well worth a visit to browse the wide range of shops, indoor market, gallery, heritage centre It also has a boat club and the vibrant theatre Mwldan.
    • The annual festival celebrates the diversity of food grown and prepared in the local area.

    St. Davids

    • A colourful coastline with heaps of history, the St. Davids peninsula has been a cultural hotspot for thousands of years. Discover the area's ancestry from Celtic life to Wales' patron saint. The magnificent cathedral is one of the jewels in Pembrokeshire's crown, together with the neighbouring Bishop's Palace. The glorious, fine white sandy beach, Whitesands is just a mile from St. Davids, overlooked by the craggy hill of Carn Llidi, is one of the best surfing beaches in the country.
    • St. Davids is a beautiful and unique city, the smallest in UK, surrounded by some of the finest coastlines in Europe. It enjoys a thriving community, with restaurants, galleries, unique shops and cafes, being a favourite location with travellers, pilgrims and surfers.
    • Boat Trips, Book in St Davids to visit the offshore islands - Boat trips to suit all tastes leave from St Justinians during the season (April to October) to circle Ramsey Island and to see the marine wildlife, birds and spectacular Pembrokeshire coastal scenery.
    • Go dolphin and whale spotting too with longer trips out to Grassholm and the lighthouse! Book your tickets in St Davids.

    Teifi Valley

    • Inland the Teifi Valley, reputedly one of the most beautiful river valleys in Britain, has picturesque Welsh market towns and villages as well as glorious countryside to explore.

    Family Fun

    • Visit the Wildlife Centre and Glasshouse Cafe in Cilgerran. Explore Cilgerran Castle, Make a journey of discovery along the Teifi River with Heritage Canoes. Join a thrilling dolphin watching boat trip around Cardigan Bay. Try coasteering or kayaking. Meet the animals and walk the fabulous coastal paths of Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park. Travel south for Folly Farm, Manor Wildlife Park and the magnificent castles of Pembroke, Carew and Manorbier.

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