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  • Tai Bach

  • Strumble Head
  • Ref: 1192
  • 6
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Tai Bach

  • 6
  • 4
  • 3
  • 1
  • Ref: 1192
Property Highlights:

Luxury holiday cottage at Strumble Head on the north Pembrokeshire coast with stunning sea views - sleeps 6

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Price reduction of £50 for 1 to 2 guests.

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Simply perfect This has to be one of the most stunning cottages in Wales. It is beautifully and tastefully furnished, immaculately clean and the owners have lavished it with great care and attention to every detail. The views out to Strumble Head are spectacular and, weather permitting, will guarantee the most captivating sunsets. We were truly spoilt by the beauty of this cottage and its panoramic outlook - both are simply perfect in every way imaginable.

The Wood party - 2015-Jun-1
This review was left in the guest book at the property.

Top quality cottage and great quality clean

Replies from Quality Cottages
Tony Morris-Davies - 12th December 2018

Perfection. Comfortableand homely. Relaxed the minute you walk through the door.

Karen Dawe - 20th November 2018

Five stars and more the perfect holiday accommodation sea views the cottage had everything you could need

A trusted customer - 16th April 2018
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Property Description
Luxury Holiday Cottage on Strumble Head Pembrokeshire -  restored to a very high standard
  • An absolutely stunning cottage on Strumble Head peninsula with panoramic views to the lighthouse and across the clear waters of the Irish Sea.
  • Tai Bach is beautifully furnished with great style and comfort - warm and welcoming and a perfect base for a Pembrokeshire cottage holiday.
  • This is an ancient Pembrokeshire cottage with a low beamed 'snug' at its heart - sit in comfort at the inglenook fireplace while the family play at the table nearby, or enjoy the comfort of the sitting room with open sea views (on a clear day) to Ireland beyond.

About the Area
Walk to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
  • Set amid the rugged beauty of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - remote and craggy - with dramatic sheer cliffs and magnificent views across Strumble Head to Garn Fawr with its impressive Iron Age hill fort.
  • National Geographic Magazines ranks the Welsh coast at Strumble Head as one of the world's greatest with the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and coastal bus service getting a special mention.
  • Fishguard, 5 miles away, has a bank, post office, internet cafe, supermarket, filling station, chemist, doctor, vet and interesting and independent shops. Fishguard Farmers Market is held every Saturday and a weekly market every Thursday.
Traditional Sunday Lunch
  • Sunday lunch at the Fishguard Bay Hotel is highly recommended. Vegetarians will appreciate Vic Norths cafe in Newport.
North Pembrokeshire Beaches
  • South are the beaches at Abermawr and Aberbach or further to Abereiddi and the open sands of Whitesands. To the north is the walk around Dinas Island and the delights of Newport - its shops, pubs and restaurants and its wide sandy beach great for sailing, swimming or bird watching in the beautiful River Nevern estuary.
Miles Pepper's West Wales Arts Centre & Cafe Celf, Fishguard
  • Changing exhibitions, reading room, excellent gastro/cafe. Supper evenings with music recitals.Do visit this excellent centre which shows quality work of established national and international artists and crafts people as well as supporting emerging talents.
  • Choose a different beach each day of your holiday. Aberfelin, Cwm yr Eglwys, Abercastle, Ceibwr Bay, Traeth Llyfn (Barry Island Farm Beach NT), Newport Parrog, Pwwgwaelod, Traeth Mawr Newport, Abereiddi and Blue Lagoon.
Gwaun Valley
  • This exceptionally beautiful deep wooded valley is highly regarded by geologists. The valley is considered one of the world's best examples of sub glacial melt water channels. It has a unique atmosphere and an abundance of wildlife and prehistoric sites. The people of Pontfaen and Llanychaer uphold a unique tradition by celebrating New Year's Day on 13th January according to the old Gregorian calendar. "Why change the calendar whilst the charm and peace of the valley is so enduring."
Porthgain Boats
  • Enjoy a boat trip which offers a unique view of the magnificent north Pembrokeshire coastline around the small fishing village of Porthgain.
Strumble Head Shuttle Bus Service
  • Leave your car behind and enjoy this service that runs along the coast helping you to access walks, beaches, boat trips, local villages and attractions.The Strumble Shuttle service 404 runs St Davids Fishguard, St Davids.
'Last Invasion Tapestry' Fishguard
  • A 100' long tapestry tells the story of Britain being invaded by the French in 1797. The work is similar to the Bayeaux tapestry. It was stitched by 78 volunteers. The invasion is said to have been repelled by Welsh women dressed in Welsh costume and mistaken for soldiers. They were led by local woman Jemima Nicholas. The tapestry can be seen in the Fishguard town hall.
Melin Tregwynt Woollen Mill
  • A huge selection of woollen goods made to compliment the mill's unique weaves including cushions, throws, baby & full size blankets and clothes. Their soft furnishings are renowned internationally and seen in some of the finest hotels and cruise liners.Also enjoy a coffee and cake or light snack in the mill tearoom.
Pembrokeshire Jazz 'n Blues Festival, Fishguard August
  • If you are in the area during August do join in the festivities and enjoy nationally renowned musicians and great local bands playing Jazz & Blues in and around Fishguard.
The Dyfed Shires and Leisure Farm, Eglwyswrw
  • Home of the famous Dyfed Shire Horses a fascinating family day out. See the shire horses being dressed in their special occasion finery and watch them being worked by a Welsh champion ploughman. Enjoy tractor trailer tours, and lots more indoor and outdoor activities.
Family Fun
  • Tour Pembrokeshire for a giddy array of family attractions including Dr Beynon's Bug Farm and Grub Kitchen,castell Henllys reconstructed Iron Age settlement, Pembroke castle, Blue Lagoon Water Park, Folly Farm, Manor Wildlife Park, Overhang Climbing Wall and so many more.
This characterful Pembrokeshire cottage on Strumble Head offers a comfortable and luxurious base from which to explore the county.

4 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. 1 Double, ensuite with roll-top bath, 1 Double, ensuite with shower. Both on 1st floor. 1 Double and 1 Single on ground floor.

Bath/shower room with separate shower all on ground floor (two steps down to bathroom).

Sitting room with comfortable seating, under-floor heating, wood burner and wonderful coastal views. TV with Free view/DVD/blue ray and separate stereo system.

Dining room/Snug with under-floor heating, comfortable seating, inglenook, wood burner. 

Kitchen pretty, well appointed, with range gas cooker, dishwasher and fridge/freezer.

Utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer, microwave, boiler.

Grounds ¼ acre on different levels with patio, garden furniture and barbecue.

Additional Information


Short breaks - No

WiFi - Yes (telephone with honesty box)

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Inclusive May to September. Outside these dates £30 p/w. Starter pack of logs free

Dogs - 1 welcome free 

Travel cot - Yes on request 

Highchair - Yes on request

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Number of Adults
1 Adult

Adults (18 years +)

1 Adult
Number of Children
0 Children

Children (under 18 years)

0 Children
Number of Dogs
0 Dogs


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7 Nights


7 Nights

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