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  • St Justinians

  • St Davids
  • Ref: 921
  • 16
  • 7
  • 2
  • 3
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St Justinians

  • 16
  • 7
  • 2
  • 3
  • Ref: 921
Property Highlights:

Set in 2 acres of cliff top gardens with uninterrupted panoramic sea views, St Justinians is a unique, large and welcoming, pet-friendly Pembrokeshire cottage, ideal for families and friends, close to the tiny city of St Davids and several beautiful beaches.

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Guest Book Comments

The central heating and hot water were a bit hit and miss due to a new boiler. Radiators cold for long periods and no hot water for showers at times. The WiFi was not working at all. The house and facilities were otherwise splendid and we had a lovely time and would not hesitate to book again.

Denis Woodhams - 28th March 2018
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Property Description
Overlooking one of Pembrokeshire's most enviable and dramatic seascapes, St Justinians is a unique and welcoming Pembrokeshire cottage, full of personality and charm.

  • St Justinians carries no airs and graces, inviting you to do nothing but relax and enjoy your stay. It is a spacious and informal home, providing ample room for guests and extended families to holiday and have fun.
  • From your very own cliff top gardens the 270 degree uninterrupted panoramic views overlooking Ramsey Island are guaranteed to take your breath away.
  • Dine alfresco overlooking Porthstinian, home to 3 generations of St Davids lifeboat stations.
  • On cooler days, the views can still be enjoyed from the enclosed veranda, having a leisurely coffee break or over dinner at the large family dining table.
  • Inside St Justinians has the feel of a New England harbour house with high ceiling rooms, off a central hallway. All of the accommodation is on one level, making this ideal for all members of the family.
  • There are a variety of bedroom sizes to suit every guest, and a homely snug to put your feet up after a hard day exploring the St Davids peninsula.
  • Extra accommodation available in the Folly Garden, consisting of Log Pod, sleeping 2, Folly, Yurt, sleeping 4, Roundhouse, sleeping 2 and hot tub for 1000 per week. Please call for more details. 

7 Bedrooms (all with washbasins) sleeping a maximum of 16 (up to 13 adults + 3 children).  For extra accommodation Folly Garden with Roundhouse, sleeping 2, Pod, sleeping 2 & Yurt, sleeping 4, available with inclusive hot tub, £1000 per week. Please call to enquire.

Bedrooms 1 Master bedroom with Superking bed1 Double with Superking bed (zip & link). 1 Double with Kingsize bed2 Doubles (4'6'' beds). 2 Children's bedrooms each with Bunk beds & full size Single bed. Available on request 2 x folding beds.

Bathroom with toilet, washbasin and Jacuzzi bath & shower over. 

Bathroom with toilet, washbasin and double shower cubicle with power shower.

Kitchen well equipped for larger groups, fitted with range style cooker with 2 electric ovens, gas hob, microwave, larder fridge, dishwasher, TV, breakfast table and 4 chairs, door to:

Pantry with slate shelves, freezer, tumble dryer and washing machine.

Sitting Room, a cosy, comfortable room with 3 piece suite, TV, stereo CD/radio, fireplace, dressing up box, panoramic coastal views, reading corner with armchairs and views of the ruined St Justinian's Chapel, door to

Classical Colonial Style Veranda overlooking the sparkling clear blue waters of the bay with numerous comfy armchairs and dining table seating 16+.

Dining Room additional dining table and chairs seating 8, antique Welsh dresser, panoramic views, electric wood burning stove, door to veranda and door to: 

Butlers Pantry with drinks fridge and wine rack.

Grounds the historic ruins of St Justinian's Chapel are set in 2 acres of lawn clifftop gardens. 

Additional Information

Short breaks - Available all year excluding Peak & Summer weeks

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - No

Parking - Yes, entrance to the property is through 3 gates, 1 at the top of a short lane, 1 to a parking area, 1 at the entrance of the drive

Fuel - Gas central heating, starter pack of coal and logs inclusive

Dogs - Up to 3 dogs @ £50 each per week.

Travel cot - Yes, multiple

Highchair - Yes

About the Area
St Davids Head, Ramsey Sound
  • This welcoming Pembrokeshire home enjoys breathtaking views of the sea, Ramsey Island and Ramsey Sound from the long veranda and there is boating activity galore on your doorstep - sailing, fishing, boats trips or leisurely cruises around the islands of Ramsey, (RSPB Nature Reserve) Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm. Spot seals, porpoises, dolphins, (even the occasional whale), colonies of sea birds, glide past majestic high cliffs and visit deep sea caves.
    Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
    • Skirts the front garden - has hidden, secret inlets, coves and beaches to discover. Enjoy true peace and tranquillity, the scent of wild flowers, bird song and the sea carried on the clear, clean fresh Atlantic air.
    St Davids near North Pembrokeshire holiday cottage
    • St Davids tiny village city is a short drive away - magnificent medieval Cathedral and ruined Bishop' s Palace. The annual Christmas Carol Service by candlelight in the Cathedral is a must - a memorable experience, as is the summer music festival held at the end of May.
    Celtic Coaster Walkers Bus
    • A minibus which goes around the beautiful St Davids Peninsula visiting St Davids, Porth Clais and Whitesands Beach and links with other walkers busses around the Pembrokeshire Coast Path - bus stop 2 minutes walk from this large holiday bungalow with sea views.
    Solva waterside village
    • Solva is a picturesque seaside village and quayside with a handful of interesting shops, a gallery, a pottery and a choice of places to eat and drink. Just outside the village is Solva Woollen Mill specialising in flat woven floor coverings, visited by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
    Nolton Haven - beautiful Pembrokeshire beach & coastal village
    • Nolton is a tiny seaside village with a 200 year old chapel sitting nail bitingly close to the cliff edge, a good village pub serving food and East Nolton Riding Stables who will take you galloping across the beach.
    Hayscastle Trout Fishery & Shore Fishing St Davids
    • Try your luck at Hayscastle Trout Fishery's well stocked spring fed lake in peaceful picturesque countryside.
    • Shore fishing around St Davids is arguably some of the best in Wales.
    • Fishing tackle, bait, licenses & other fishing paraphernalia can be bought at County Sports, Old Bridge, Haverfordwest.
    Wood Park Off Road, Clarbeston Road & BP Karting, Haverfordwest
    • Experience the thrill of off road driving in a 4 x 4 or a JCB. Memories are made of this.
    • Whatever the weather enjoy karting on this indoor track for family fun or competitive racing. Drivers must be 8 years an over.
    Walk from Whitesands to Porthgain
    • Keen walkers with an interest in geology will enjoy this wild rocky 8 mile walk over some of the oldest rock in Britain dating from the pre Cambrian period.
    First Class Family Fun & Activities
    • Folly Farm Adventure theme park and zoo, Kilgetty, Heatherton Activity theme park, Tenby, Blue Lagoon Water Park, Narberth and the Wild Welsh Zoo at St Florence all offer great memorable days out for the whole family.
    Zap Cats Big Blue Experience, Newgale
    • Are you up for a thrill? Try an adrenaline fuelled blast around St Brides Bay in a very fast, very wet boat designed for surf rescue in South Africa.
    TYF Adventure Activities, St Davids, Coasteering, Surfing, Kayaking
    • TYF activities include coasteering, kayaking, surfing, rock climbing and more for those of 8 years and over.
    Enjoy memorable holidays in this large and welcoming cottage on the edge of the rugged Pembrokeshire coast close to St Davids
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      AVG COST PER WEEK £2,392
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