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Cwm Eithin (Cerbid)

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Cerbid, Nr St Davids & Solva (View Location on a map)
8 Guests
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Accepts 2 Dogs
£843 7 Night Breaks From
£15.05 Average Per Person Per Night

The owner of Cwm Eithin (Cerbid) has taken extra steps to undertake a COVID-19 Risk Assessment and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing, in accordance with the Visit Britain 'We're Good To Go' scheme.

Entire Home To Yourself

You will be staying in this entire home with you and your loved ones.

Contactless entry

This property also has contactless entry, meaning you do not need to be physically greeted by the owner to receive the keys to enter this property.

Arrival Times

Check-in from 5:30PM and Check out by 9:30AM

Handpicked Highlights

Cwm Eithin (Cerbid) was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Cwm Eithin (Cerbid) too!

  • A charming dog-friendly traditional stone cottage
  • Comfortable coastal escape with private parking
  • Peaceful location with extensive gardens
  • 10-minute drive to Whitesands Beach
  • Summer short breaks available

Exceptional Quality
Rated 3.9/5 (read reviews)
Features You'll Love

  • Coastal Area
  • Dog Friendly
  • WiFi
  • Private Parking
  • Real Fire
  • Rural Location
  • Ground Floor Facilities
  • Family Friendly
  • Cot Available
  • Detached Property
  • Short Drive To Beach

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About Cwm Eithin (Cerbid)

17th Century traditional Pembrokeshire cottage for holidays - pet friendly

  • A charming traditional stone cottage in Pembrokeshire, formerly a 17th-century farm barn & pigsty with character and antiquity carefully preserved in the conversion to a comfortable, fully residential, elegant, cottage for luxury holidays.
  • Magnificent pastoral views beyond the gorse glen and stream to the tiny 6th century Llanhowell Church between Solva and Porthgain.
  • Summer short breaks are available at traditional Pembrokeshire cottage Cwm Eithin.

Pet dogs welcome in traditional Pembrokeshire holiday cottage

  • Dog owners are welcome to walk and exercise their dogs off lead in Cerbid's paddocks (providing there is no livestock). The surrounding quiet country lanes are perfect for morning dog walks.
Layout & Further Information

Provided for your pleasure are Welsh cheese, milk and butter, wine, flowers, fluffy towels, facecloths, kitchen tea cloths.

3 heavily beamed bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6 adults (+ 2 folding beds for children). All rooms are on the ground floor with washbasins.

Master bedroom with Kingsize bed and 2 Twin bedrooms.

Bathroom with full suite.

Shower/Laundry Room toilet washbasin, automatic washing machine.

Kitchen/Diner spacious room overlooking meadow. Door opening onto the front lawn. Pine dining suite and Welsh dresser. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. Full laundry facilities, and tumbler drier.

Lounge very comfortable furniture. Massive, stone fireplace with log burning stove and feature open beamed ceiling. Two bay windows with window seats TV/video/DVD.

Garage and Grounds extensive lawn, gravelled patios, children's swings and barbecue.

Additional Information

Short breaks - All year (except summer holidays)

WiFi - Yes ( and telephone with honesty box)

Changeover - Saturday

Towels provided - Yes (beach towels not provided)

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Central heating, logs inclusive

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

Travel cot - Yes, on request

Highchair - Yes, 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 3.9/5

All our reviews are independently handled via Feefo, that means each review is a 100% verified customer visiting Cwm Eithin (Cerbid).

Jacqueline Forster Verified Guest
16th June 2022

The outside of the cottage was very scruffy. Grass needed cutting, garden needed weeding and the patio area was distinctly untidy and dirty

Helena Flowers Verified Guest
10th May 2022

Lovely spacious property all round. Couldnt think of one thing missing from the kitchen which is a first I think!! Comfy bed and sofa, very quiet place.

Verified Guest
22nd November 2021

S Collins Verified Guest
16th October 2021

The property is now very dated and in need of a refurb. Have stayed there previously and nothing has changed in 6 years. The cottage smelt damp and musty. Broken window handles, leaking shower hose, shower cubicle doors that are so hard to open you wonder how you will get out. Grounds littered with dead leaves and upturned patio chairs. No pillow protectors when we stripped the bed, a definite issue for us given covid. Would not return again, in fact, we left early. The property was clean.

Rob Waterston Verified Guest
1st August 2021

This was a wonderful find! To be In the middle of nowhere suited our party just fine, having several dogs and loud children who therefore did not need to be told (mostly) to keep your voices down. An added bonus for us all was to have to wait while the cows were brought in or taken back to the field at milking time. Solva, St Davids and Broadhaven are within easy reach - as is the Nolton Brasserie at Nolton Haven for more upmarket meals.The cottage itself is well equipped, the beds comfortable and rooms spacious. A minor quibble would be the state of the swings in the play area - somewhat rickety - and we couldnt find the advertised tiddler stream and we were not sure which was the secret garden - or was it the one with the rotary drier in it, perhaps? Nevertheless all in our group were clear it was great 2 weeks and they would come again!

Guestbook Comments

If you've ever visited a holiday cottage before, you most likely have seen a guestbook in the property for guests to leave a review for others when they arrive. Each of the following comments was lovingly left by people just like you in the guestbook left at Cwm Eithin (Cerbid).

Jo & Brian, Sussex
10th June 2013

Our 2nd stay in 8 months and our 3 week stay has been fantastic. The coastal flowers were stunning and particularly on the Caerfai Bay coastal path with spectacular views. A great visit to the Sheep Dog Demonstrations farm. A very memorable holiday with a welcome increase in temperature from 9 C to 27C.

The Isaac family, Cambridge
10th June 2013

A lovely and extremely comfortable cottage. We've had 2 lovely walks from Whitesands Bay - St Davids Head absolutely stunning. Were then defeated by gales!

Rhys aged 7, Cambridge
10th June 2013

Iron Age village was good Castell Henllys.

Bill & Carole Slater, Co Durham
10th June 2013

Another lovely peaceful stay at Cerbid, never seen so many stars at night! The cleanliness & comfort all outstanding, as usual. Marloes worth a visit, amazing rock formations, peregrine falcons & chough. Lawrenny Quay - crab sandwiches very good and still our favourite beach is Freshwater West. Harbour Inn Solva great with dogs & Narberth for shops (be warned!)

Simon & Karen Grose, Waterlooville
10th June 2013

What a great first stay at Cwm Eithin. Thank you for the cleanliness and endless supply of wood. This has been a really good base from which to walk sections of the coastal path and so comfortable to return to. We can recommend the fish pie at The Farmers, St Davids and the food at the Sands Cafe , Newgale. We were also lucky to see seals & their pups on the coast.

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.


  • Solva's busy village shop, post office and off licence, Bay View Stores, sells groceries, papers and angling supplies and offer a delivery service.

St Davids Peninsula near traditional Pembrokeshire stone cottage

  • Situated in restful countryside in the middle of St Davids Peninsula - wonderful beaches and coves to explore, many are pet friendly.
  • Surfing, swimming, golf, fishing, riding, boat trips within easy driving distance.

Whitesands Bay & Walking St Davids Peninsula

  • A Blue Flag awarded beautiful sandy beach with rolling waves, rugged rocks and rock pools backed by a small mountain Carn Llidi. The beach is popular with bathers, surfers and canoeists as well as walkers and climbers. There is a car park, small cafe, shop and toilets. Dogs are permitted between May and September. Linger awhile and enjoy the wonderful sunsets.
  • Keen walkers will enjoy this 5 mile walk around St Davids Peninsula the views are magnificent

Ramsey Island & Western Approaches

  • The western sea cliffs of Ramsey are among the highest in Wales and home to many seabirds. The rare chough breeds here too. Several hundred seal pups are born each autumn on the beaches and in the caves. Special combinations of coastal flowers provide a perfect habitat for small birds.

Boat Trips

  • Traditional and exhilarating boat trips leave from St Justinans on the St Davids Peninsula (booking in St Davids & Solva) Remember your camera and binoculars. Look out for dolphins, porpoise and whales on route. This truly is an experience you will never forget.

Llanhowell Church & Sealyham Activity Centre

  • This 14th Century Church, on the site of a very early monastic settlement, is dedicated to St Hywel, a Breton saint who appears in Mabinogion. It forms part of the 'Saints & Stones Pilgrimage'.
  • Sealyham Activity Centre in Wolfs Castle is just the place for the energetic of your party. They can choose land or water adventures such as archery, canoeing, coasteering, sailing surfing & more. The rest of you may prefer a leisurely meal at the picturesque old Wolfs Castle Inn located in the same village.

Oriel y Felin Gallery, St Davids

  • The award winning Oriel y Felin can be visited in St Davids. Do take the opportunity to see Pauline Beynon's work as well as visiting exhibits of paintings, ceramics and jewellery by invited artists.

Melin Tregwynt & Solva Mill

  • Located in near Abermawr and Aberbach, a huge selection of woollen goods is made to compliment the mill's unique weaves. The mill coffee shop serves homemade and local produce for a real taste of Wales.
  • Located in Middle Mill above Solva, traditional Welsh rugs, stair runners and blankets are weaved at the mill, creating traditional designs unique to the mill's weavers.

Nolton Haven & East Nolton Riding Stables

  • Nolton Haven is a tiny village with a sandy beach, a 200 year old stone chapel clinging nail bitingly close to the cliff edge, a village pub serving bar food and East Nolton Riding Stables who will take you on a thrilling gallop across the beach or trekking in the beautiful Pembrokeshire landscape.

Solva Waterside Village & Woollen Mill

  • A picturesque village and quay alongside a fiord like estuary with a handful of interesting shops, a pottery, a gallery and a number of places to eat and drink. Solva Woollen Mill just outside the village was visited by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.

Stena Line Day Trips to Ireland

  • The ferries run daily from Fishguard harbour to Rosslare in Ireland . Travel as a foot passenger and take advantage of the bus and coach service which meets the ferry in Rosslare taking you to many destinations including Waterford Glass and Wexford or drive your own car.

Shore Fishing

  • Shore fishing around the beaches and rocks off Druidston, Newgale Sands and St Davids is arguably some of the best in Wales. Do remember to pack your fishing gear.

Newsurf, Newgale

  • Learn to surf and experience the thrill of riding the waves from Newgale's glorious golden sands. Daily lessons for beginners & improvers by qualified instructors.

Family Days out in Pembrokeshire

  • Dr Beynon's Bug Farm and Grub Kitchen, Zorbing Downhill Revolution Nolton, Hangar 5 Trampolines, Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, Picton Castle and Anna Ryder Richardson's Manor Wildlife Park are great family days our within an easy drive.

Enjoy fulfilling holidays at any time of the year in this spacious and comfortable cottage on Pembrokeshire's naturally beautiful St Davids Peninsula.

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