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Handpicked Cottages in St Nicholas

Want a peaceful retreat just a short drive away from the bustling city centre of Cardiff? You could be in for a treat then when you stay at one of our St Nicholas holiday cottages. Have a browse of our charming holiday properties; from traditional and modern cottages to chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments, your dream abode is just a click away!

For accommodation with that extra oh-là-là, look towards our luxury cottages that feature roaring log fires and a bubbling hot tub, perfect for a night under the shimmering stars. If you cannot bear parting with your beloved pet, there is plenty of room for them too at Quality Cottages; we have an extensive range of properties that are more than happy to accept dogs into their homes. In addition, there is a selection of wheelchair-accessible properties available which ensure your every need is met. Simply use the key to identify the features of the cottage, or for more assistance, get in touch with our sales team who will help you with your search.

Our holiday cottages in St Nicholas sleep parties of two or more, which means that couples, families or large groups can stay in this remote part of Glamorgan, whilst still enjoying all the attractions of the capital city.

Guide to St Nicholas:

A small rural village in Glamorganshire, in the south of the country, St Nicholas is just a mere 2-miles west of the heart of Wales - Cardiff. This charming village is nestled in the countryside, with farms dotted around its borders and in the heart of the village is a quaint parish church; an ancient building that features on the Saints and Stones Trail and open to visitors on a daily basis.

Like all villages of Wales, the village hall is a hub for the thriving community and the venue for many local events such as arts and crafts, as well as the annual summer fayre. With its great location (Pembrokeshire coastal path is just 3-miles from St Nicholas and Fishguard harbour town is only 6-miles too), it is no surprise that this unsuspecting village is an attractive option for those who want to experience the best of Wales but retreat to a peaceful and idyllic location after a long day of exploration!

Things to Do in St Nicholas:

  • Cardiff city centre
  • Coastal Paths
  • Walking
  • Historic sites

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