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  • Court Lodge

  • Gwaun Valley
  • Ref: 1211
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Court Lodge

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Gwaun Valley luxury lodge in Pembrokeshire within walking distance of the village pub.

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Guest Book Comments

We had a very nice stay in the cottage, weather was good, friendly folk at the pub. Caught 4 trout at the small waterfall up stream. Good walks locally.

Mr & Mrs Stringer, Haverhill, Suffolk - Jun - 2014
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Thank you for a lovely week - cottage beautiful in a beautiful setting - many thanks for the wine etc - lovely welcome - home from home!!

June, Neville & David Williams - Jun - 2014
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

A very pretty cottage. Very relaxing, in lovely setting. Interesting wildlife, red kites, kingfisher and owl. Can't believe our luck with the weather. 13 days of sunshine! Lovely beaches - Newport and the two little bays between Dinas Cross & Newport idyllic. New Quay good for dolphin spotting and good restaurants overlooking sea. The Hungry Trout does an excellent lobster salad. Thank you for the welcome gifts and a wonderful holiday.

Lyn & Ian Kerfoot, Ashton Under Lyne, Lancashire - Jul - 2013
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Wonderful weather! Great accommodation, beautifully equipped. Area - lovely, interesting, plenty of walking and super beaches. Bonus - bats at night. Would love to come again.

Jo, Janice & Doreen, Leicester - Jul - 2013
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Fantastic cottage! The perfect holiday with great dog walks. Loved Newgale beach. Superb fish and chip shops, 'The Shed' Porthgain, is highly recommended. Saw dolphins from the harbour wall at New Quay (1 hour away). Had fun spotting bats at night.

Groves family & Alfie, Reigate, Surrey - Aug - 2013
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

In more than 30 years of holidays in various regions of England and Wales, this cottage is the one that we will be most reluctant to leave. It has just about got everything that we love most. It has more than lived up to our expectations. A cosy, warm and interesting house in amongst woodland, streams and hills. It has been a truly wonderful week and the cottage and wonderful walk in your woods just what we love. We will be recommending it to family for sure. Thank you so much for the wine and cakes.

John & Ivy Norton and Chester, Shillingford, Oxon - 5-Sep-2015
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Beautifully finished, really clean and the location was superb. The wifi was also really good, considering the location. They also have a great range of board games available!

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your lovely comments, we are glad you enjoyed Court Lodge and hope to see you again soon.

Lauren Thomson - 7th January 2019

Good

A trusted customer - 20th October 2018

Lovely comfortable and relaxing cottage,great location.

Lisa Hawthornthwaite - 1st October 2018

Court Lodge is a great base from which to visit north Pembrokeshire. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms.

A trusted customer - 24th September 2018

Wonderful cottage in a perfect setting!

Ben Latimer - 8th August 2018

The lodge was just very nice placs to stay

Sue Edwards - 6th May 2018

The cottage is beautifully renovated with special attention to all the finishes,it was perfect for all our needs. The under floor heating is great eapecualyon those cold mornings in March, our dog loved it. The kitchen had everything you would need including sharp knives and a sharpener, this is often over looked in a lot of holiday accomadation it’s that attention to detail that makes this cottage different. The owners are extremely friendly and happy to help if you need anything as they live just up the hill. Phone signal can be a problem but we found walking up the footpath for 50yards usually meant you got a signal, the WiFi in the cottage is a good speed. This is the first cottage I would like to make a return visit.

Rachel Reeves - 7th April 2018

Excellent Cottage. Nice location on the river side.

A trusted customer - 1st February 2018
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Property Description
Gwaun Valley luxury lodge with wifi Pembrokeshire sleeps 4 - Free Fishing
  • On the banks of the River Gwaun and surrounded by steeply wooded hillsides, this period Pembrokeshire cottage with WiFi, sleeps 4.
  • The under-floor heating, slate floors, open beams and wood burning stove create a comfort and atmosphere to delight you.
  • The Gwaun Valley's ancient woodland is the setting for this beautifully restored, listed and award-winning (National Park Award) holiday cottage, the former lodge to Court Mansion.
  • Step outside this Gwaun Valley cottage and explore 70 acres of private woodland from your doorstep with stunning valley scenery and free private fishing. Or you can relax in the calm atmosphere of the south-facing decking.
  • Beaches are nearby at Cwm yr Eglwys, Aber Bach and Pwll Gwaelod.






Interior

2 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double gallery room with narrow corridor to ensuite (bath, washbasin & toilet) on 1st floor. 1 Twin with ensuite (wet room with shower, washbasin & toilet) on the ground floor.

Beware of low ceilings upstairs in the cottage.

Kitchen/diner well appointed fitted kitchen with gas hob and electric oven, microwave, fridge with ice box, washing machine & dishwasher. Hand-made table and bench seating for four. A stable door leads to sunny are decking with patio furniture.

Sitting room cosy room with sofa and two arm chairs, wood-burning stove and wide inglenook fireplace. TV, DVD, CD player. Handmade coffee table and original artwork.

Grounds unenclosed garden bordering the river Gwaun and with access to 70 acres of private woodland and private river fishing. Patio, Barbecue area.


Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample for 2 cars, boats, trailers, etc

Fuel - Oil central heating, underfloor heating on the ground floor, starter pack of logs inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £25 p/w. Extra logs available to purchase from the owner

Dogs - 2. 1 dog free, additional dog £25 p/w

Travel cot - Yes on request

Highchair - No

About the Area
Gwaun Valley Wildlife Haven and the Dyffryn Arms
  • Perfect country for walkers - the Gwaun Valley is a timeless treasure and a haven for wildlife - buzzards, red kites, dippers, herons, kingfishers and perhaps a shy otter in the river.
The Dyffryn Arms, Pontfaen
  • Enjoy the experience of taking the short walk up the valley to the characterful Dyffryn Arms - a pub known locally as 'Bessie's' - serving real ale from a jug. New Year is still celebrated here (and in the rest of the Gwaun Valley) on January 12th according to the ancient Julian Calendar.
Preseli Hills
  • Do visit Pembrokeshire's highest landscape, the wild and beautiful Preseli Hills. The rolling patchwork of moor, heath and grasslands, dotted with remote homesteads and ancient relics rise 536m above sea level and provide wonderful opportunities for walking with glorious views at every turn.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
  • Just a couple of miles away join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path where 168 miles of wonderful coastal scenery stretches east towards Dinas and Newport and west to Strumble Head and St Davids.

'Poppit Rocket'

  • Forget the car and take a ride on the 'Poppit Rocket' a coastal bus service which wends its way along the coast all the way to Cardigan passing through villages and beside beaches along the way.
Fishguard Market Town
  • Visit Fishguard - a quaint little market town raved about in the 2007 Lonely Planet Guide - with its Farmers Market, cinema and interesting individual shops - just 2.5 miles away.

Cwm yr Eglwys – Valley of the Church

  • A stream running through the valley tumbles over rocks at the shore with a secret sandy beach visible at low tide. Bathing is safe and there is a slipway for launching small craft. The village takes its name from the ruined 12th century church by the beach which was abandoned after storm damage in the mid 1800's.
Newport's bustling Coastal Village
  • A little further up the coast is the bustling coastal village of Newport with 2 beaches, a sailing club and a links golf course. There is a good range of interesting shops, cafes and restaurants as well as pubs, a bank, post office, mini-market chemist, doctors' surgery and filling station.
Penlan Uchaf Gardens - plants and home baking
  • Penlan Uchaf Gardens in the Gwaun Valley offer you stunning views across the Preseli Hills and are a restful retreat from the stresses of life. Your enjoyment of the gardens will be enhanced by tea and home-baked cake in the Conservatory at the Penlan Uchaf Farmhouse. If you love gardens also visit Dyffryn Fernant at Llanychaer and Bro Meigan at Boncath.

Outdoor Activities on the Pembrokeshire Coast

  • The Pembrokeshire coastline is the perfect venue for outdoor activities. Celtic Quest offer you adventure swimming, plunging into the sea from high rocks, rock hopping and more. Kayak King in Fishguard offer day trips exploring the rugged Pembrokeshire coast with its diverse wildlife.

Family Days Out

  • For fun family days out in Pembrokeshire there are plenty of quality leisure parks and attractions to choose from. Castell Henllys Iron Age settlement, Scolton Manor Museum, Picton Castle, Manor Wildlife Park, Oakwood, Folly Farm, and Heatherton are all within an easy drive.
Boat Trips
  • No trip to Pembrokeshire is complete without a visit to the wildlife rich offshore islands. Boats leave for Skomer from Martins Haven on the Marloes peninsula. Expect stunning coastal scenery myriad seabirds including thousands of comical puffins, manx sheerwaters, gannets and more as well as an abundance of seals. More boats leave from St Justinians near St Davids to visit rugged Ramsey Island RSPB.
This luxury lodge makes a wonderful base in the Gwaun Valley for exploring Pembrokeshire at any time of the year.
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Duration
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