Ground Floor: Open plan lounge/kitchen/diner.
First Floor: Double room, single room/plus 2ft 6" pull out bed, bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc.
Parking: One car.
Facilities: Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV/DVD player, radio, towels, picnic table.
Pets: 2 - £15 per pet per week/short break
Pet Notes: Two.
Heating: Night storage, panel heaters, convector heaters, woodburning stove.
Fuel Charges: Electricity £15 per week Sept - May, free June - August.
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 approach to Swn y Mor from the St Davids to Fishguard road is via small country lanes with passing places. Parking for one car is directly outside the cottage on level ground. Public transport via a local bus service 30 metres away. There is no bus shelter and buses run 3 times a week, approximately three times a day to Fishguard and St Davids. There is a timetable in the cottage and on a notice board near the stop. There is no telephone in the cottage, but there is a public telephone kiosk about 30 metres away. Swn y Mor is a two storey, two bedroomed, light and airy south facing cottage about 50 metres from the sea and Coastal Path. It is ideal for walking couples, easy to heat with a wood burning stove, convector heater and electric wall panels and night storage heater. There is a sunny terrace directly outside the cottage, approached via x3 7 inch steps with seating. Access to the front door (the only access) is via x3 8 inch steps, through a porch and further door directly leading to the living room/dining room/kitchen all on the ground floor. The doors are 30 inch in width. The x12 8 inch stairs to the bathroom and bedroom has a banister rail and the bedroom doors are also of 30 inch width, except for the bathroom which is narrower by 3 inches. The cottage is light and airy. There is a porch light and outside light operated by a manual switch inside the porch. Lighting within the cottage is good, with wall lights, standard lamp and bedside lamps. Good colour contrast between walls and floors. There is a TV and radio.
'From the moment we arrived and tucked into the delicious welsh cakes, we have felt welcome and relaxed. We have had lots of adventures and stunning walks and after some soggy walks it was a real treat to sit by the fire in the evening. Thank you' October 2019
'From the moment we arrived and tucked into the delicious welsh cakes we have felt welcome and relaxed. We have had lots of adventures and stunning walks while staying here. After soggy walks, it was a real treat to sit by the fire in the evening. Thank you' October 2019
'We have enjoyed wonderful weather and the cottage has been a lovely get away. The highlight has been the amount of seals we've seen on this visit. We've walked both areas of the coastal path and enjoyed amazing views of the wildlife. We will return again I'm sure, thanks' October 2019
'Thanks to Storm Lorenzo we had a wet and windy and stay but it didn't dampen our enthusiasm or enjoyment of the fantastic coast and countryside. We had the lovely, cosy cottage to return to and dry off!' September/October 2019
'Good to be back in Swn y Mor. There was rain and sun everyday so it was nice to have a lovely comfortable cottage to retreat to. Hope to return next year.' September 2019
A lovely week away in your cosy cottage - a real tonic to just switch off from the world!! Fabulous bracing coast walks with the dog.
Cottage in lovely location.
Dear Team, We have just returned from 5 days at Swn y mor cottage at Abercastle. It was delightful. The cottage was perfect and suited our needs. We walked miles each day and enjoyed super on the bench outside the cottage in the sunshine each evening. We were lucky the weather was fabulous and the scenery stunning. Thank you
Our 4th visit to Abercastle, first time in Swn y Mor! Abercastle has to be the hidden gem in Pembrokeshire, we love the peace of the cove, the coastal path. No need to drive anywhere - just use the Strumble Shuttle. The cove is perfect for kayaking - great to kayak around the seals. Lovely to watch the swallows at dusk. We will we back!
This our second visit - we were here in 2008. Weather has improved all week. Visited old favourites, Narberth and St Davids, still as good! Golden Lion in Newport has an excellent restaurant. Did the 7 mile Coastal walk from Abercastle back to Abercastle! We are now happily exhausted - perfect end before our journey home! No doubt we will be back.
Lovely relaxing time had, heading straight out for walks from the front door. Wonderful cottage and location!
Excellent week in this lovely cottage. We would definitely stay again! We enjoyed walking on the Coastal Path and sitting outside watching the beautiful sunsets.
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