A beautifully converted 18th century mill, charmingly restored, it retains many original features with exposed solid stone walls, beams and vaulted ceilings. Furnished in natural tones with a country living feel and guests' comfort in mind; enjoy leisurely family meals around a farmhouse table in the rustic fitted kitchen/diner, one step up from the sitting room, which overlooks the grounds, with a Inglenook and wood burning stove. Stairs lead from here to a twin room and another bedroom/sitting room on the first floor that opens to a decked balcony - a lovely spot to relax and admire the view out over the stream and Dowrog Common Nature Reserve. On the ground floor, down 2 steps, there is a family bathroom and two bedrooms; a cosy twin with stone walls and a romantic double with a four-poster bed that will be sure to delight.
The Mill overlooks a stream and surrounding fields, and offers a large, lawned garden which stretches down to the stream and gives plenty of space to unwind - if you are lucky you may see the heron fishing in the stream; a real retreat.
Tucked away from it all, yet only approximately 1.5 miles from the historic, tiny city of St Davids; the smallest city in Europe with excellent facilities, a Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace. Spend your days exploring the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path or on the glorious, sandy Whitesands beach, popular with surfers and officially voted one of the best beaches in the world. A boat trip from St Justinian's to Ramsey Island promises sightings of stunning birds and wildlife - not be missed.
A quality holiday retreat in a delightful setting, perfect for family celebrations and suitable for all ages to get away from it all whatever the season.
Care with children due to the stream.
Rhodiad Mill was converted in 1965 by the owner’s mother. The Mill used the water from the Dowrog Common, the wetlands behind, to power a water wheel, to grind wheat. Its dates are unclear, though part of the mill is said to be fifteenth century. The flour made by the miller, was used to make the staple diet of the Welsh manual worker, pudrum. It was a grain cake, not very appetising, but sustaining! The Leat was the water ditch bringing water to power the wheel, and it can be seen downstream, from the bridge, rejoining the River Alun. This is the river passing between the Cathedral and the Bishop’s Palace. Rhodiad y Brenin means royal road. Presumably its connection as part of the route to the port of Fishguard, meant that many travellers including, monarchs travelled through the village. Medieval west Wales with its cathedral and many religious establishments, plus its agriculture, fisheries and mining have disappeared as activities, but tourism has given a fresh lease of life to the area, which is where the Mill has rejoined mainstream economic life to the area.
Ground Floor: Hall, shower room/whb/wc, sitting room, 1 step and ledge up to kitchen, hallway with 2 steps down to bathroom/whb/wc, twin room, master bedroom/4 poster double bed/vanity unit/whb.
First Floor: Twin room/whb - interlocking doors through to twin bed/sitting room/play area with TV.
Facilities: Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, 2 TVs, WiFi, garden furniture.
Heating: Gas central heating, wood burning stove, electric heaters.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & Gas: Charged as used.
This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.
Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.
The mill is located up a gravel drive. There are 2 steps down to small seating area outside front door. Front door is 93cm wide, with small ledge into small hallway. Opposite is a small shower room, the door is 58cm wide. Left of front door is a door into sitting room, 87cm wide. Left is the kitchen, 1 step and 1 small ledge into kitchen with quarry tiled floor. Doorway is 72cm. From the kitchen there is a door to the garden (83cm wide), with 2 steps down to the paving and then lawn. From hallway door, turn right into sitting room. Seagrass carpeting. Stairs down to passageway – 2 small steps, 1 wider step, 1 medium step, doorway after steps is 70cm wide. Left into bedroom, door 86cm wide, stable door to garden from bedroom 86cm wide. 2nd left down passageway is a bathroom/whb/wc, the door is 38cm wide. Straight down passageway is the master bedroom/ 4 poster bed/vanity unit/whb, the door is 87cm wide. From the sitting room there is a wooden staircase going upstairs, entrance to staircase is 86cm wide on step up and then turn right, steps are 61cm wide, 6 steps up then small balcony, 2 steps up to the left to doorway (68cm wide) into the twin bedroom/whb. Walk straight through bedroom to large twin bed/sitting room/play area with TV. Doorway 65cm. Straight ahead there is a stable door (80cm) leading outside to balcony. To the right of the balcony are 3 steps down to gravel drive.
A wonderful half term at the Mill fun with the Clarke's at the Leat and then the amazing yummy fish and chips at the shed .
A lovely 48 hours with my favourite family, so lovely to have some time with you all in this very spacious home making yet more memories xxx
A great week in this fantastic location , The Mill is so welcoming and comfortable a really great place to stay.
A wonderful family Christmas for all the little cousins to be together, lovely walks in white sands .
Lovely Christmas with all the family and Elio's first so great base , all the little ones are playing together and eating lots of turkey! beautiful walks as always.
Fabulas Location, amazing Thank you Sunshine and great adventures thanks a lot.
Fantastic Christmas in this beautiful location, Wonderful Cottage. Hoping to be snowed in!
Wonderful few days at the mill. Lovely sun made for great walks, Pickle the puppy's first visit of hopfully many more!
Had a great stay, great walks and even better drives, Loved the cottage!
Lovely walking week , the Cottage is well situated for the coastal path. But the walks from the cottage need wellies.
Greatly enjoyed our first Holiday in wales, Cottage was great base from which to explore, and even the weather turned up trumps!
Summer at Last,Lots of Sun , sea and Fun,wonerful location, Charming cottage beautiful garden a billient week
Beautiful Cottage sensivitly restored We havev had a wonderful time
Wet, windy and comfortable!
Splended St Davids Reunnion not in anyway affected by the less perfect weather. We sat 30 for dinner on the Mill land in a tent eating BBQ , Lamb cooked by an Argintenian / Canadian team. Christopher and Julia and Family's organized a great 50 years since our mother bought the Mill.
Once again we are here, Love visiting the Mill, my children have loved exploring the stream Thank you.
A very happy Easter with family, topped by a lovely Christning. Painted my shed, biked into St davids every day so a useful and healthy time.
Lovely Christening in the Cathedral
Brillient Easter break, loved playing on Whitsands, lovely Christning for baby in the Catherdral.
we had a wounderful Easter with lots of food and laughes and pickle xxxx
Thank you for the perfect Easter,
Wounderful Cottage ,Comfortable , warm and homely. Lovely located , Our dog carris, loved the grounds and beaches nearby, Hope to come back soon x
I Like the stream which is good for wading in, and the tree. Its especially good for reading under.
The Cottage is beautifuly furnished and decorated, very well equipped the best holiday cottage we have stayed at, have had a lovely week , thuroughly enjoyed it.
Our First Visit To Pembrokeshire, and we loved it the cottage is fabulous and itwas lovely to be able to spend the week with our three children & their Parties a real treat. Lots of surfing, walking, and chats over dinner. Weather Great too, We would love to come back again.
This is a Wonderful house and location the best in StDavids So peaceful and comfortable.
A special Family Gathering in a wonderful Location blessed with great weather, spent many happy days on Whitesands beach, and some great meals out at the Sloop and the Shed at Porthgaine.
A Glorious 12 days so Tranquil and peaceful doing nothing except enjoying all the Mill has to offer.
A wonderful long weekend for our first wedding Anniversary It was lovely to be here again the mill is looking beautiful and all the hedgegrows full of pretty wild flowers! Enjoyed all the delicious Seafood!
We had a brilliant time really liked surfing and horse riding on the beach, the the house is beautiful and there is lots of good tree climbing I really enjoyed the week, espesially beach riding at the nolton sands and the ice cream at Aberiddy . The trees were very helpful for amusing my sisters lots of trees to climb.
had a lovely time our 9 year old son and 12 year old neice and 15year old dog were all in the sream within minutes of arriving! visited local relitives and some lovely beaches Newgale and caerfea good for dogs.
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