No Name Cottage is a beautiful converted old stone milking parlour, 1 of 4 set down an unmade lane in the hamlet of Llanddinog, less than 3 miles from Solva and 5 miles from Newgale.
Situated in rolling countryside it has been marvellously renovated yet retains lots of original features with beams, exposed stonework, some changes of level and pretty arched windows. Deceptively spacious, its stunning rich decor is complimented by a mix of contemporary and old pieces. The beautiful newly fitted kitchen/diner is well-equipped and perfect for preparing and enjoying leisurely meals together. 3 steps lead to the large main sitting room with vaulted ceiling and plenty of space to relax and play, a wood burning stove ensures a cosy feel. Open tread stairs lead to a double bedroom nestling in the eaves. Below there are two characterful bedrooms on the ground floor and a high quality bathroom accessed via a stone passageway. The other wing of the cottage includes a second cosy sitting room with wood burning stove and stairs to a twin bedroom up in the eaves. Set in a large lawned, cottage style garden with pretty flowering shrubs and mature trees, enjoy dining alfresco while you admire the rural views.
Conveniently situated, the area abounds in footpaths, yet you are never far from the coast. A 3-mile drive west takes you to the picturesque harbour village of Solva with its range of shops, pubs and restaurants, while en route, the woollen mill at Middle Mill on the green banks of the Solva river is well worth a visit. A little further away is Newgale with its long sandy beach, popular with surfers and water sports enthusiasts, both professional and beginners alike. There are 2 cafes and a beachside pub where you can relax after spending your day in the water and on the beach. There is even a hire shop for equipment. Equally accessible to the North is the thriving fishing village of Porthgain, only 5 miles away with its popular pub, The Sloop, and excellent fish restaurant, The Shed. The tiny city of St Davids should not be missed, where you can visit the historic Cathedral, explore the Bishop’s Palace and take advantage of all its facilities – restaurants, pubs and supermarket.
No Name Cottage is tucked away in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, yet is a perfectly positioned holiday home for family and friends to enjoy this County’s stunning coastline.
Please ensure your read our access statement for this cottage in the tab above for more information, however if you are still unsure whether the property will be suitable for your needs, don't hesitate to call us on 01437 765 765 to discuss your specific requirements.
Ground Floor: Hall, 2 steps up to kitchen/diner, 3 steps up to sitting room, bathroom/shower cubicle/double whb/wc, passageway to double room and twin room. Also off the entrance hall, second sitting room, shower room/double whb/wc.
First Floor: One staircase to twin room. Open tread stairs from main lounge leads with 1 step down to double room. Restricted headroom on first floor.
Heating: Oil central heating, 2 wood burners - starter pack provided.
Electricity: & Oil: £25 per week September - May, free June - August. Electric Aga £15 per week June - August.
Parking: Ample on drive.
Facilities: Electric ceramic hob and oven, electric Aga (two ovens), microwave, fridge, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV, Blu-ray player, small pool table, WiFi, barbecue, garden furniture.
Dr Beynon's Bug Farm is one of the most unique and exciting attractions that Pembrokeshire has to offer, so much so that it won an award for Most Exciting Business at the 2016 Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards. Also a working farm and Scientific Research Centre, The Bug Farm is now a popular visitor's attraction. With a Tropical Bug Zoo and Bug Museum, a Bug Farm Trail and Walled Garden, and even an indoor play area in their Bug Barn, there is plenty to do and see! They host regular workshops and events as well as offering lectures, tours and bug handling with up-close sessions. The Bug Farm is a Visit Wales Quality Assured Visitor Attraction, having also won Best Start-Up of the Year at the 2016 FSB Worldpay Business Awards and won the 2015 Plantlife International Meadow Maker of the Year for Wales. Dr Sarah Beynon has been selected by the Welsh Government as an "emerging legend" to coincide with Wales' 2017 Year of Legends.
The Bug Farm is also home to the restaurant everyone is talking about, Grub Kitchen, which serves creative and delicious dishes where the ingredients are local conservation grade produce as well as edible insects - don't worry, there are a number of dishes available for those of you who don't fancy sampling bugs! The Grub Kitchen holds a Visit Wales Quality Cafe Award.
The Grub Kitchen is open from 12pm - 3.30pm during Bug Farm opening hours. On days when they are available, up-close sessions are available on the hour every hour between 11am and 4pm with a surcharge of £1 - please check prior to your visit.
Children must be supervised at all times and well behaved dogs are welcome on leads to the Bug Farm however certain areas are marked not suitable for dogs as it is still a working farm.
Experience some of the finest places the natural world has to offer with boat trips to Ramsey island, Skomer and Grassholm. Discover a magical island wilderness coupled with the fun and excitement of a true marine expedition. You will witness some of the most powerful currents in Britain, pass beneath some of the highest cliffs in Wales and see spectacular breeding colonies of thousands of nesting seabirds.
Dogs are welcomed providing they are happy on board and are not particularly verbal during the trip. The number of dogs permitted is limited per trip.
Winner of the Gold Prize for Glass in the ‘craft&design’ magazine awards, Steve Robinson is an established fused glass artist and designer whose work is instantly recognisable and collected world-wide. A pioneer in the use of enamels to colour the glass, Steve has developed specialist techniques to create pieces bursting with texture and vibrancy. Glass wall art, bowls, sculptures, awards and trophies are individually and collectively decorative and intriguing. And Steve Robinson glasswork has a particular allure because of the intricacy of its make-up, its uniqueness and its ability to captivate. Bursting with pattern and texture, every piece offers something different drawing the eye and enhancing a room.
He welcomes visitors to the Gallery in St David’s,The Gallery is housed within a Grade II Listed former granary, and inside you will find a display of Steve’s latest work for purchase, from bowls, wall-hangings and larger sculptural works to smaller pieces such as tea-light panels and coasters. You can catch usually a glimpse of Steve at work in his Studio, located behind the Gallery.
Join Friends of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (FPCNP) for a visit to the Valero Energy Oil Refinery near Pembroke. More details, date and time to be confirmed. To enquire about booking, please call our Concierge Team on 01437 772758.
With a packed weekend of music, literature, sport and food, Solva's Edge Festival makes the most of the local produce and events, and is a great weekend for all the family. The weekend hosts a Battle of the Bands, an open-water swim and a football tournament, plus there is a Beer and Cider festival throughout the weekend. There will also be a variety of stalls, literature talks, raffles and live music. There really is plenty going on this weekend! Please Note: There are no credit card facilities on site so please bring cash. Local shop/pubs offer cash back. See edgefestival.co.uk for more details
Pembrokeshire's County Show returns for another year! This annual event brings thousands of people to the Haverfordwest Showground each year. With a variety of crafts and stalls, there is also displays, exhibitions and performances to see! There is a whole host of agricultural machinery on display as well as livestock to see, a fair, and a number of horse and dog shows. Of course there is also plenty of opportunities to meet and greet with local businesses, as well as sampling some great local produce on offer in the food hall!
Milford Waterfront is hosting the Welsh heats of the British Street Food Awards this August. Head to the marina where you can sample tasters including dishes such as pasta, brisket, doughnuts and more! With up to fifteen traders competing, there is sure to be plenty of delicious food on offer. This family friendly event is ideal for foodies and has no entry fee. This event is running between midday and 10pm Saturday and Sunday.
Every August Bank Holiday, the harbour-town of Fishguard devotes its energy towards a fun-filled Aberjazz Music Festival. With a variety of performers at a number of locations throughout the weekend, this festival celebrates both jazz and blues music.
Discover the wonders of the Marloes peninsula in Autumn with a walk led by Friends of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (FPCNP). This walk is five miles in length and will follow a route along the coast towards Deer Park allowing for fantastic views along the coast as well as the chance to spot early seal pups. The walk will begin at 10.30am from the National Trust car park in Marloes and finish at approx. 3.30pm. Please bring along a picnic for lunch. To enquire about booking, please call our Concierge Team on 01437 772758.
Enjoy a day out at the RWE Npower Pembroke Power Station alongside Friends of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (FPCNP) where you can tour the station and discover how operations are carried out. Dates and times to be confirmed. To enquire about booking, please call our Concierge Team on 01437 772758.
Pembroke Castle's annual Christmas market always has an array of market stalls, entertainment and the arrival of Santa between 11am - 4pm on Saturday & Sunday .A lovely events to get into the Christmas spirit and purchase some lovely handmade gifts and enjoy some of the best local produce.
Fishguard once again welcomes you to it's Annual New Year's Eve Street Party! With celebrations, live music and fireworks - it really is a fantastic party to celebrate the coming of the New Year! Refreshments are available on the street and in the surrounding pubs and restaurants. This event is free entry, donations are appreciated as any money given is then put towards next year's celebrations.
A perfect way to bring in the new year, Victoria Hall in Roch is hosting their annual New Years celebrations with a bonfire and fireworks. The event starts from 5pm onwards with the lighting of the bonfire, and refreshments are available in the hall throughout the evening. Admission to be paid upon entry.
We really enjoyed our time in Wales and this lovely and comfortable cottage. The Children really liked the great pool table and the beanbags. Also very good was the big and beautiful garden with its amazing swing. August 2017
A lovely, peaceful week. Comfortable clean and well equipped cottage. Brilliant beaches near by. Lots of fun! August 2017
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