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Sitting in an ideal location for a well deserved Pembrokeshire holiday, this charming traditional cottage is surrounded by the unspoiled beauty of the area, sandy beaches, craggy coves and the world renowned Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
2 Bedrooms, Sleeping 5 with 1 Bathroom
Double Bedroom double bed, with single bed, bedside tables, lamps, wardrobe, chest.
Twin Room two single beds, wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps, chest.
Ground Floor Bathroom recently refurbished elegant shower room, wc, wash basin housed in attractive vanity unit, heated towel rail
Sitting Room cosy room with electric wood burner, TV, sofas, comfortable chairs, lamps.
2nd Sitting Room armchairs, original range, lamps. Welsh dresser,
Kitchen fully fitted, oven, hob, microwave, washing machine, fridge and freezer
Grounds lawned gardens
Short Breaks welcome all year excluding Peak & Summer weeks
Arrival Day Saturday
Fuel Charge inclusive
Pets sorry no
Cot & High Chair not available
Porthgain is a small picturesque harbour with the Shed bistro/bar, the Sloop Inn, a character pub serving excellent bar food and 2 art galleries showing the work of local artists and crafts.
Trefin is a charming, unspoiled, historic village on North Pembrokeshire's rugged coast near St Davids, 500 yards inland from some spectacular cliffs and coves. Scattered throughout the village are pretty traditional Welsh cottages. The pub, the Ship Inn, welcomes families and serves meals of freshly caught and locally sourced produce.
A little further down the lane is the popular Mill Cafe great for breakfasts, lunch and tea. There is also a display of local art and crafts in the cafe.
Stroll west out of the village, to a small valley with a bridge. To the right is a footpath that leads down to a small cove called Aberfelin, where the ruins of Melin Trefin overlook the beach - great for rock pools at low tide. You can also pick up the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path at this point.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs both east and west from Porthgain. The dramatic coastal scenery, wild flowers and wildlife are what make Pembrokeshire one of the world's best holiday destinations (National Geographic voted Pembrokeshire the 2nd best coastal destination in the world) splendid at all times of the year, but the explosion of colour with the spring flowers is something to behold!
Traeth Llyfyn beach is the nearest beach to The Bickney - a wide expanse of sand, great for family beach days, picnics and games of rounders (with a long staircase down to the sand).
Just two miles north along the coast from The Bickney you will reach the pretty little harbour village of Abercastle. Scattered with local boats, it is popular for fishing, swimming, diving and lots of other water-based activities.
Neighbouring Abereiddi, has pretty colour-washed former miners cottages, black sandy beach where dogs are welcome all year round and the remarkable Blue Lagoon. Popular with families, the sand which is visible at low tide, also contains a high concentration of fossils and is a draw for fossil hunters.
St Davids is Britain's smallest city. Its lovely medieval cathedral and ancient Bishops' Palace form the historic centre but it also boasts a number of modern amenities - good restaurants, inns, cafes, bank, post office, supermarket, filling station, chemist, doctor and vet - as well as a good range of interesting shops.
Book a boat trip to Ramsey Island and experience the thrill of a jet boat trip across Ramsey Sound, through the infamous Bitches, and then the contrast of moving in close to the cliffs to see the wildlife at close range. For the less adventurous there are conventional boats which both circuit and land on the island.
Whitesands Beach, just a few miles away, is one of the most stunning locations on the Pembrokeshire coast. The wide sandy beach has a Blue Flag award and lifeguard cover in the summer make it popular for swimming, surfing and water sports of all sorts with surf hire and surfing lessons available at the beach. The beach is a lovely place to walk and between October and the end of April your dog can come too. When you have had fun on the beach visit the Whitesands Cafe for tasty snacks and refreshments.
Just a little further afield, enjoy a trip back to Victorian times at the Scolton Manor and Country Museum. The house has been sympathetically restored to give a taste of Victorian society and style and together with 60 acres of parkland where your well behaved dog on a lead is welcome and a cafe providing delicious homemade cakes, this is a great family day out.
Charming, traditional holiday cottage near the historic coastal village of Porthgain on the rugged north Pembrokeshire coast.
See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near The Bickney.
Enjoy real ales, good homemade food and terrific Sunday roasts. Families are welcome.
Traditional bar food plus a specials menu which changes daily including local fresh fish and lobster when available. Breakfasts are served from 9.30 am Bookings taken for lunch and dinner. Quiz night held the last Thursday of every month starting at 8.30 pm
A small intimate and welcoming bistro in the renowned village of Porthgain. Specialising in locally caught fish and shellfish.
Food is locally sourced and the majority of dishes are home made. Specialities include locally caught seafood, home made desserts and the 'Friday Credit Crunch Lunch'. Events include themed nights, St David's Day suppers, quiz nights, live music, fund raising events visiting Morris Dancers and more. A wide range of beers, real ales, lagers, wines, spirits and soft drinks is available.
The Lavender Cafe is attached to Raul Speek's Gallery in the Old Chapel. It is housed in an old building therefore unfortunately there is no wheelchair access.
A friendly pub serving good wholesome food locally sourced and a selection of beers,wines & spirits.
Orders taken for freshly caught lobster & crab. Picnic hampers available, cold or hot ready to collect. Orders taken in advance. Prices subject to requirements.
Pretty pub overlooking Solva harbour serving crab, lobster & seafood as well as Sunday carvery.
Call and see the in house display of mouth watering shell fish products.
Gianni's artisan ice-creams are made on the premises using organic milk from local Caerfai Farm. Tea, coffee, lots of hot and cold drinks and a choice of homemade cakes are also sold.Try the delicious fresh fruit smoothies, ice cream sundaes, frozen yoghurt and a huge choice of toppings ie: any fresh fruit, honeycomb, various assortments of chocolate, nuts, fudge, toffee & many sauces. Local photographs on canvas, cards, mugs etc are sold in a small area within the parlour and outside when the weather permits There is no indoor seating area. But quite a large seating area outside.
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