Quiet, village location close to Cardigan town - perfect base for Pembrokeshire
- english, french
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
to suitable for under 8s -steep drops in bck gdn
Minimum age of primary renter:21
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
A restorative and inspiring few days
It really was home from home, not a bland hotel room. Lots of small touches that made us feel instantly relaxed. such a great location for exploring a truly beautiful coastline. lots of arty shops and good coffee stops in Cardigan and Newport. it was warm and cosy, we could self-cater easily. So many walks just from the property itself. A really great week.
character Cottage St Dogmaels
Lovely clean cottage. thoroughly enjoyed our stay, lots of lovely beaches. The path to the cottage a bit steep for our older companions.
Charming village cottage
Great location and lovely layout and garden. Superb views
Beautiful cottage in St Dogmaels. The path up to the cottage is steep but it’s short and there is a handrail. The cottage has everything you need and there is a lovely front garden to sit and relax. Close to Cardigan, Pembrokeshire coastal path and lots of beaches.
Quiet cottage in a great location
My family had a wonderful stay at this cozy cottage. Beautiful view of the estuary right outside the front door and a lovely garden out the back where we enjoyed many a peaceful cup of coffee.
The cottage was quite accommodating to our family of five, with one of the bedrooms easily holding our three kids. We also appreciated the large library and collection of games. The kitchen was well stocked with all needed appliances.
The location was a perfect jumping off point for exploring the coast with a beach only a few miles away. St. Dogmaels is worth exploring as well. There is a beautiful Abbey that hosts a local farmers market on Tuesdays not far from the cottage and an old flour mill where they make the most amazing bread!
Joanna provided us with easy to follow check-in instructions, and directions to the cottage.
If my travels bring me back to Wales one day, I would not hesitate to book this property again.
What a fab friendly village accompanied by a beautiful warm homely cottage with everything we needed
Would definitely like to stay here again highly recommend
This cosy, welcoming, end-of-terrace Victorian cottage is situated in a tranquil position in the tpopular Pembrokeshire village of St. Dogmaels. The cottage is ideally located in the heart of the village with magnificent, ever-changing views of the estuary from the bedrooms and garden. The property has been sympathetically renovated in a modern-eclectic style, creating a sense of comfort and character with many thoughtful details such as a well-stocked choice of books, guides , maps, broadband access and a folder detailing local ‘must dos’ and other useful information.
Curl up in front of the log wood-burner; enjoy the works of local artists throughout the cottage and make use of the well-equipped kitchen with it’s wealth of original features such as inglenooks, limewashed stone walls and a decorative open fire-place perfectly complementing hand-made oak kitchen units equipped with Bosch appliances. A separate cloakroom provides a useful storage area whilst upstairs, the combination of breathtaking views and sympathetic decor will make it hard to get out of bed in the morning. Outside, take your pick from three different areas to relax in, including the back garden with it’s spectacular view of the estuary.
St. Dogmaels with it’s vibrant and friendly local community offers a wealth of attractions. There are several village pubs, a well-stocked shop and a weekly Farmer’s Market , the latter set between the ruins of St. Dogmaels Abbey and a working flour mill. The village sits within the stunning Pembrokeshire National Park and is the starting point of the Pembrokeshire Coatpath with it’s gorgeous secluded bays and scenery. The pretty market town of Cardigan is one mile away. Other local attractions include the Preseli mountains, Cenarth waterfalls, Cilgerran Castle, dolphin watching in Cardigan Bay and kayaking on the River Teifi. Please note that reviews date from prior to recent refurbishment.