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Whitesands Cottages & Caerbwdi Bay Cottages, nr St Davids

Three cottages sleeping up to 18

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Holiday Cottages ideal for large groups

Foxhole Cottage and Craig yr Haul share the same wonderful location - set immediately above the popular mile-long Whitesands Beach on the St Davids Peninsula. Their white grouted roofs, set against the brooding backdrop of Garn Llidi mountain, make up one of the most iconic landscapes of Pembrokeshire; a photo many visitors have taken home as a happy memory. The beach and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path are only a stone’s throw away. The views of the sea and coastline are spectacular and I can think of no better location for a holiday at any time of year.

Located on the other side of the St Davids Peninsula (less than 4 miles away) is Agos-y-Mor which belongs to the same owner. This cottage nestles in the unspoilt Caerbwdi valley, where wildlife and fauna abound. Caerbwdi Bay lies to the front, with a winding lane leading down to the beach, some 200 metres away. From there you can follow the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to Caerfai beach at St Davids to the west, or the pretty harbour of Solva to the east.

These cottages enjoy outstanding locations, and are maintained to a high standard; consequently they are mainly occupied by return visitors.

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