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Ty Dewi near Solva and Newgale

  • Sleeps 9
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 2 Dogs
  • Reference 1507
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£50 off 3 - 4 persons

Why we recommend Ty Dewi...

Full of character, nestling in peaceful, rolling Pembrokeshire countryside, just a short drive from the golden sands of many beautiful beaches, including Newgale and Whitesands and the world renowned Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a stunning conversion, formally the milking parlour, sleeping 9, pet-friendly, with super fast broadband, ideal for extended family or larger groups of friends. Ffynnondewi Farmhouse is adjoining, but completely separate from Ty Dewi ( 1507). Book both cottages to sleep 15 and dine together in Ty Dewi's large kitchen, which is equipped to cater for both houses.

About Ty Dewi
Charming and sympathetically furnished, spacious accommodation, stunning rural views, in a tranquil and secluded location near the rocky coves, glorious sandy beaches and picturesque fishing villages of the Pembrokeshire coast.  
  • Set amongst open countryside, Ty Dewi is the perfect place to stay on the St. Davids Peninsula, spacious and full of charm, with no detail being overlooked, beamed ceilings, wooden floors and a cosy wood burner. 
  • In a picturesque location at the end of a long drive, surrounded by 11 acres of farmland (part SSSI) the cottage is comfortably furnished and equipped and is adjoining, but completely separate from Ffynnondewi Farmhouse Ref 1535. Book both cottages (to sleep 15) and dine together in the large farmhouse kitchen, which is equipped to cater for both houses.
  • The beamed large sitting room is the perfect place to relax after a day on the beach or exploring the coastal path, has oak floors, woodburning stove, French windows opening onto the private rear wild garden and a feature oak staircase leading to a characterful twin bedroom, with double aspect views over the surrounding farmland.
  • Off the sitting room is an ensuite single room, steeped in character with beams & exposed stone wall, with rolling countryside views. 
  • The large, well equipped open plan cottage style kitchen, with island, has every modern appliance, beamed ceilings, slate flooring, and exposed original stone wall, offering a warm welcoming ambiance. The large farmhouse kitchen table is the hub of the cottage, fabulous for relaxing family meals together, whilst planning the next day's excursions. 
  • All the peaceful bedrooms are beautifully appointed, nestling under beams, offering a  tranquil pastoral aura, high quality cool crisp linen, fluffy towels, festooned with local Melin Tregwynt Welsh woollen cushions and throws, just perfect for a restful sleep after a day in the pure sea air.  Great attention to detail pervades the cottage for guest's comfort. 
  • The patio area is a real joy. Situated just outside the cottage in a quiet corner of the farmland, the views are breathtakingly beautiful, quality garden furniture and BBQ provided. Perfect for the children and dogs to play in the rolling pasture before you. 
  • Ty Dewi is a perfect retreat combining both rural and coastal enjoyment, in a central location for exploring the St. David's Peninsula and beyond. 
  • Activities to suit all tastes in the area - exciting boat rides, surfing, sailing, fishing, golf, horse riding, bird watching, walking, art and craft galleries to visit and lots of eateries from coffee shops to pubs and gourmet restaurants.The renowned beaches, coves and fishing harbours of St Davids Peninsula including Solva, Whitesands, Newgale, Caerfai, St Justinians and Porthgain are within a short drive.
  • Short breaks are possible at Ty Dewi, please telephone for availability and prices.
  • For larger groups or extended families, neighbouring Ffynnondewi Farmhouse sleeps a further 6, with seating for 15 around Ty Dewi's large kitchen table. Ideal for a long overdue get-together on the spectacular Pembrokeshire coast.
About The Area
Solva 
  • Nestled in the Pembrokeshire National Park, just 2.5 miles from Ty Dewi, Solva offers a bustling quay and picturesque harbour with plenty to do and a charming High Street with cafes, craft shops and galleries. There’s easy access to Pembrokeshire’s award winning Blue Flag Beaches, and sublime walking both on the Pembrokeshire National Coast Path and inland in the secluded valley.
  • At low tide you can walk round to the sheltered Gadwan cove, a real suntrap on a hot day, the children will love crabbing off the wall at high tide.
  • Solva's excellent village shop, off licence and post office, Bay View Stores, sells groceries, local fresh crab newspapers and angling gear.
Tregwynt Woollen Mill.
  • Well worth a visit, just a short drive from T Dewi in Castle Morris, a working mill with excellent cafe and shop.
  • This mill has been on this site since the 17th century when local farmers would bring their fleeces to be spun into yarn and woven into splendid quality Welsh wool blankets.   

Newgale Beach.
  • Almost 2 miles of golden sand backed by a huge pebble bank formed after a BIG storm in 1859.
  • Kitesurfing and surfing are popular on this beach and tuition is available.
  • Walk right down to the southern end to find a walk-through cave and numerous sheltered bays.
  •  Cross the river, at the back of the pebble bank opposite the café at the north end to gain access to several low tide bays,
  • At very low tide it’s possible to walk round to Cwm Mawr beach but keep an eye on the tide times as beware of being cut off by the tide.
  • Dog restrictions apply to the middle third of the beach between the 1 st May and 30 th September.
  • Beach facilities - Toilets, lifeguards are on duty between the beginning of June to the end of September.
  • Onshore facilities - there is a surf shop, café and pub at the northern end of the beach.
  •  Surfing and kitesurfing tuition and board hire is available from the shop. At the southern end there’s a cafe/beach shop, toilets. 

Broad Haven.
  • The golden sands of Broad Haven beach, with safe bathing, is a paradise for children and is one of the finest in Pembrokeshire.
  •  Below the cliffs numerous rock pools are found and on the north end of the beach is the craggy Lions Rock.
  • Haven Sports have a well-stocked watersports shop near the seafront and offer surfboard, paddleboard, wetsuit and kayak hire.
  • The Pembrokeshire Coast Path in either direction is fairly gentle without too many ups and downs.
  •  To the south, a good stroll will take you to St Brides Bay via Little Haven or heading north, a good place to head for would be Newgale, past Druidston Haven and Nolton Haven.
  • At low tide you can walk from Broad Haven to Little Haven along the beach past a bay called The Settlands.
  • Broad Haven has a well-stocked beach shop, with post office and bakery and two pubs The Galleon Inn, and The Ocean Bar, are both on the seafront. Sunshine Restaurant is located to the side of Anchor guesthouse serving highly recommended Italian dishes. 

Little Haven.

  •  A popular seaside village with a picturesque setting, sandy beach, café, excellent choice of pubs – The Swann Inn, The Castle & The St. Brides all offer a good choice of freshly prepared food, including fresh fish & seafood.
  • Lobster & Mor offers quality crafts & local produce, together with delicious crab/lobster sandwiches.
  • Corner House Café ‘provides simple, yet awesome café fayre’, with freshly baked artisan bread, locally sourced produce & delicious desserts, along with wonderful coffee, La Bastilla P3 beans, slowly roasted, just perfect, & delicious Pembrokeshire icecream.


Nolton Haven
  • A  hamlet, with a sandy beach, halfway along the coast of  St.Brides Bay, pub called the Mariners, serves bar food.
  • East Nolton Riding Stables, 01437 710360, offers horseriding for beginners or the experienced with countryside trails & beach trekking.

 
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. 
  • St. Davids is a beautiful and unique city, the smallest in UK, surrounded by some of the finest coastline in Europe. It enjoys a thriving community, with restaurants, galleries, unique shops and cafes, being a favourite location with travellers, pilgrims and surfers.
  • Whitesands Beach - one mile from St. Davids 
  • The glorious, fine white sandy beach, 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 and one of the most stunning locations on the Pembrokeshire coast. The wide sandy 'Blue Flag' beach has lifeguard cover in the summer and surf hire and surfing lessons available at the beach - so it is popular for swimming, surfing and water sports of all sorts. When you have had fun on the beach visit the Whitesands Cafe for tasty snacks and refreshments.
  • Caerfai Bay.  The scenery is spectacular and the beach, reached down a steep path, is wonderful for rock-pools. If you walk the coastal path around the Peninsula you will find a number of small coves and less accessible beaches - at many times of year, you will have them to yourself!

Boat Trips.
  • Local boat trips with Voyages of Discovery may be boarded from Whitesands or nearby St. Justinians. The booking office is in St Davids.
  • Cruise around rugged Ramsey Island to see dolphins, whales and many seabirds, including puffins & shearwaters. Enjoy island expeditions and fishing trips.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
  • A 186 mile footpath, twisting and turning along the most breathtaking coastline in Britain. It covers almost every kind of maritime landscape from rugged cliff tops and sheltered coves to long stretches of sandy beaches and winding estuaries.
  • St Brides Bay Water Taxi Great for coastal walkers. Leave your car in Solva .You will be taken by water taxi to your chosen destination, then simply walk back along the coast path. Or walk the outward leg and make an appointment to be picked up & taken back by boat. Possible destinations, Little Haven, Porthclais, Porthmynawydd, St. Justinian, Nolton. Weather dependant - 01437 720972.

Porthgain.
  • A charming village with an attractive harbour. In the 18th and 19th centuries it was a flourishing seaport exporting slate and shale. Now it is a quaint harbour occupied by small fishing boats.
  •  Don’t miss the opportunity to buy crab fresh off the boat when the fishermen return. Have dinner in - or outside at Sloop Inn, and enjoy some of the finest Fish and Chips at the Shed. where locally caught crab and lobster are also served.

 Quality Family Attractions
  • Pembrokeshire has a very good selection of quality activities to suit all tastes. 
  • Hangar 5 trampolines in Haverfordwest (01437 700555). 
  • Bluestone Water Park with wave machine & slides. (01834 862410).
  • Bug Farm & Grub Kitchen , a unique attraction popular with children and adults alike. It's a scientific research centre and a working farm, run by TV entomologist, Dr. Sarah Beynon (07966 956357).
  • Heatherton World of Activities & Theme Park , near Tenby offers indoor & outdoor fun including paintball, fishing, archery, golf plus café. 
  • Folly Farm, Adventure Park and Zoo as well as Ritec Valley Quads , in Penally, near Tenby (01834 843390).

Preseli Hills
  • Do explore the Preseli Hills - a mystical, magical landscape peppered with iron age ruins, stone circles, lots of gentle walking and magnificent panoramic views of the coastline and on a clear day even Ireland.

Fishguard
  • 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 Napolean’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.

No matter what the time of year memorable holidays may be enjoyed in this spacious family and dog-friendly Pembrokeshire coastal cottage.
Property Layout

5 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 9

On the ground floor, Master double en-suite (bath with shower over, toilet, washbasin) wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps.

 1 Double, wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps, chest of drawers.

 1 Twin with wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps, chest of drawers;

 1 Single/retreat(chambre de sieste) ensuite shower room.

 1 |Twin with sloping ceilings reached via staircase from lounge, wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps.

Shower Room with cubicle, washbasin and toilet, slate floor with underfloor heating.

Shower Room with cubicle, washbasin and toilet.

Kitchen/Dining Room large luxury farmhouse style kitchen with island unit, electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher. Dining table and chairs can seat up to 15.  Patio doors onto gravelled front courtyard.

Utility Room with automatic washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge/freezer.

Sitting Room multifuel stove, comfy sofas and armchairs to seat 10, 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, media may be streamed directly from a tablet, mobile phone or laptop, dvd player, French windows to rear garden. Feature oak staircase to twin bedroom, steps to 3 bedrooms, steps down to 'chambre de sieste' and shower room.

Grounds gravelled front courtyard (shared with Fynnonddewi) and private rear wild garden. rattan Idyllic sitting area with rattan garden furniture, table, parasol, BBQ.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Fuel oil central heating and starter pack of logs inclusive May - September, £30 per week outside these dates. Additional logs available on site via honesty box.

WiFi  yes superfast broadband

Parking ample private parking

Pets 1 dog welcome free, 2nd @ £25, more dogs on request.

 Changeover Saturday

Towels  yes

Cot   yes on request

Highchair   yes on request

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? No

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

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Property Layout

5 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 9

On the ground floor, Master double en-suite (bath with shower over, toilet, washbasin) wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps.

 1 Double, wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps, chest of drawers.

 1 Twin with wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps, chest of drawers;

 1 Single/retreat(chambre de sieste) ensuite shower room.

 1 |Twin with sloping ceilings reached via staircase from lounge, wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps.

Shower Room with cubicle, washbasin and toilet, slate floor with underfloor heating.

Shower Room with cubicle, washbasin and toilet.

Kitchen/Dining Room large luxury farmhouse style kitchen with island unit, electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher. Dining table and chairs can seat up to 15.  Patio doors onto gravelled front courtyard.

Utility Room with automatic washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge/freezer.

Sitting Room multifuel stove, comfy sofas and armchairs to seat 10, 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, media may be streamed directly from a tablet, mobile phone or laptop, dvd player, French windows to rear garden. Feature oak staircase to twin bedroom, steps to 3 bedrooms, steps down to 'chambre de sieste' and shower room.

Grounds gravelled front courtyard (shared with Fynnonddewi) and private rear wild garden. rattan Idyllic sitting area with rattan garden furniture, table, parasol, BBQ.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Fuel oil central heating and starter pack of logs inclusive May - September, £30 per week outside these dates. Additional logs available on site via honesty box.

WiFi  yes superfast broadband

Parking ample private parking

Pets 1 dog welcome free, 2nd @ £25, more dogs on request.

 Changeover Saturday

Towels  yes

Cot   yes on request

Highchair   yes on request

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? No

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? No

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

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