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  • The Loft

  • Porthgain
  • Ref: 1605
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The Loft

  • 6
  • 3
  • 2
  • 0
  • Ref: 1605
Property Highlights:

The Loft is an impressive, spacious, luxurious first floor, eco friendly 'creme de la creme' conversion of a traditional cottage, a gorgeous bolthole surrounded by beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, located very near the coast, with distant sea views, sleeping 6, with wood burner and wifi, offering quality accommodation with a merging of a contemporary twist with original character. Perfect for holidays throughout the year.

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The property had been renovated to a very high standard - its location was ideal - short walk to pub and excellent coastal walking. Everyone we spoke to was friendly - Keith the owner was just great - welcoming, helpful and introduced us to his local.

Reply from: Jill

Thank you for your lovely review we are delighted that you enjoyed your stay.

Tony Holland - 20th May 2019
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Property Description

Through the blue door awaits a truly perfect coastal retreat, a masterpiece of design and craftmanship. An ideal holiday base to explore the glorious beaches of North Pembrokeshire, the Coastal Path and many picturesque coastal villages.

  • Climb the stairs to the light and airy, spacious open plan accommodation, a perfectly practical and attractive living space encompassing a tremendous sleek stylish kitchen, spacious dining area and divinely cosy sitting area, with wood burner and lime washed walls throughout.
  • The gourmet kitchen will inspire your inner chef, or maybe treat yourself to some of the best fish and chips in the world, just down the road in The Shed, Porthgain, or the many other fine eateries in St. Davids.
  • The sitting room lies next to the kitchen and comes complete with 2 comfortable sofas and armchair. Peep through the cottage sash windows to the rural views towards Abereiddi and the Blue Lagoon or enjoy the glow of the wood burner on chillier evenings.
  • The large table in the dining area hosts 6, looking out to the countryside with attractive wooden screen affording privacy from the large feature window, which offers lots of natural light.
  • The three stunning bedrooms are immaculately and tastefully presented, complete with sumptuous beds and quality furniture and furnishings. including Welsh woollen cushions and throws. Perfect for a restful night's sleep.
  • The master bedroom on the second-floor benefits from a cosy snug with cwtch sofa and ensuite shower room, whilst the 2 other bedrooms are located near the elegant family bathroom, with slipper bath. Perfect for blissful relaxation at the end of the day, stargazing through the light tunnel.
  • The Loft is a haven for anyone, perfectly located for all the activities and beauty of the St. Davids Peninsula, glorious sandy beaches, boat trips, the world renowned Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, fine eateries, exploring Welsh culture and history.
  • The Pembrokeshire Puffin bus route stops directly in front of the house, ideal for exploring the coastline and picturesque coastal villages & is situated on Route 4 of the Pembrokeshire cycle route, within 2 miles of the start point of the Tour of Pembrokeshire.
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Accommodation

3 Bedrooms, Sleeping 6

Master with ensuite Shower Room King Size bed, lamps, bedside tables, clothes hanging facility, chest of drawers. Snug area with cwtch sofa.

Double Bedroom Kingsize Bed, bedside tables, lamps, chair, wardrobe, chest of drawers.

Double Bedroom Double bed, bedside table, lamp, chest of drawers, clothes hanging facility, mirror.

Family Bathroom slipper bath, attractive light tunnel above the bath, wc, mirror, shelf, wash basin.

Kitchen sleek, modern, well-equipped kitchen, electric oven & hob, large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, toaster.

Sitting Room 2 comfortable sofas, armchair, coffee table, floor lamp, TV with Free View, attractive sash windows with beautiful rural and distant sea views. wood burner.

Dining Area large dining table, seating for 6. Light & airy space with an attractive wooden screen.

Grounds gravel area to the rear of the property. Owner plans to provide a seating area for outdoor dining with BBQ & Firepit for Spring 2019.


Additional Information

Change Over Day Saturday

Wifi yes

Towels yes

Heating Charge Inclusive throughout the year. Solar thermal heating & air source heat pump. Starter pack of logs provided. further logs may be bought from the owner @£5 per bag.

Parking ample parking for 2 cars.

Winter Short Breaks yes

Pets sorry, no pets.

Cot on request

High Chair on request


Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area

Porthgain Fishing Village, a 15 minutes path walk away

  • Porthgain is a small picturesque harbour with the Shed bistro/bar ( Welsh Fish Restaurant of the Year 2006 - booking advisable) the Sloop Inn, a character pub serving excellent bar food and 2 art galleries showing the work of local artists and crafts.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path

  • The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs both east and west from Porthgain. The dramatic coastal scenery, flower 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 nearby

  • The Pembrokeshire Coast Path to the west brings you to Traeth Llyfyn beach - a wide expanse of sand great for family beach days, picnics and games of rounders (with a long staircase down to the sand).

Abereiddi and the Blue Lagoon

  • Neighbouring Abereiddi, has pretty colour-washed former miners cottages, black sandy beach 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 City and St Davids Peninsula Pembrokeshire

  • St Davids is Britain's smallest city. It's lovely medieval cathedral and ancient Bishops' Palace form the historic centre but it also boasts a number of modern amenities - bank, post office, supermarket, filling station, chemist, doctor and vet - as well as a good range of interesting shops and restaurants. The Farmer's Market is well a visit.

Boat Trips to Ramsey Island

  • 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

  • Whitesands Beach, just six miles from TyCoch, 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 watersports of all sorts with surf hire and surfing lessons available at the beach. The Whitesands Cafe serves tasty snacks and refreshments.

Trefin, The Mill Cafe and Aberfelin

  • Do visit the small village of Trefin - a sleepy backwater. Call at the pub, the Ship Inn, which welcomes families and serves meals of freshly caught and locally sourced produce. A little further down the main street is the popular Mill Caf©, great for breakfasts, lunch and tea - and with a display of local art and crafts.

Fishguard Town and Pretty Lower Fishguard Harbour

  • Just six miles north you can wander among the boats or walk out along the quayside to the sailing club and (low tide) beach beyond of this pretty, unspoiled coastal harbour. Buy fantastic local produce from the weekly farmers market and investigate the individual shops, restaurants and pubs in this 'up and coming' little town. (The Lonely Planet Guide).

Scolton Manor and County Museum

  • 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 and a cafe providing delicious homemade cakes, this is a great family day out.

Priskilly Forest Golf Club

  • This family-owned 9-hole course is a gem, nestling amongst mature oaks, sycamores and rhododendrons and with panoramic views of the coast and country from Strumble Head to the Preseli Mountains.
  • The course is open all year to visitors of all abilities and tuition is available - so why not learn to play? All your golfing requirements - for purchase or hire - are available at the golf shop. While you play, your family can enjoy the woodland walk and try the delicious food in " Y Cabin" Bar/Bistro.
Pembrokeshire Family Days out
  • If you are looking for activity - for children or adults - centres which will guide you through a new sport can be found in TYF Adventures, Preseli Venture or Sealyham Activity Centre. Hire a bike or a kayak or try out coasteering - there is scope for all sorts of thrilling water and land based sports.
  • At the Creative Cafe in Haverfordwest or Narberth you can paint your own pottery - or make mosaics with Maddy Jane at Treffynnon ([email protected]) - just let your imagination take over!
  • Well worth a visit is the Secret Owl Garden at Picton Castle, near Haverfordwest.
  • If you take a trip to the south of the county you can visit the beautiful beaches of Tenby & Saundersfoot, Oakwood Theme Park, Heatherton, Folly Farm Zoo, Manor Wildlife Park and the Blue Lagoon water park at Bluestone.

Days Away

  • Take a drive north into the ancient town of Cardigan with a market, castle and shops.
  • Discover the dolphins in the Cardigan Bay from boat trips from New Quay & the meandering Teifi Valley and county of Ceredigion.
  • Visit the seaside town of Aberaeron for excellent places to eat, beaches, shopping and festivals. Discover the National Trust run Welsh gentry estate of Llanerchaeron with house designed by John Nash, a home farm and beautiful walks.
  • Visit Cenarth where the river runs through the village and salmon leap.
  • Take a stroll beside the river, visit the Coracle Museum and eat in one of the convivial village inns.
  • Explore mighty Cilgerran Castle perched high above Teifi Gorge and enjoy traditional afternoon tea in Flambards in the riverside village of Llechryd.

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7 Nights

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