This compact, ground floor, end-terrace cottage is in a fantastic location in the heart of Fishguard along the Pembrokeshire Coast.
Located just a couple of minutes' walk from the centre of the town, this cottage is ideal for a couple who are looking to have a break away by the coast.
You enter the cottage from the parking area into the well-equipped kitchen which is bright and surprisingly spacious.
There is a comfortable sitting room with a dining area where you can put your feet up at the end of the day and watch your favourite film.
Completing the accommodation is a lovely double bedroom and a shower room.
With the convenience of its own off road parking, this charming cottage is perfect to be used as a base for exploring the surrounding area.
The spectacular coastline is just half a mile away and exhilarating walks along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path are waiting to be enjoyed.
There are a number of scenic locations to enjoy further inland including the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and there are a number of castles which are a delight to explore.
Wales' smallest city of St Davids can be reached within a half an hour drive and offers its beautiful cathedral and unique shops, pubs and restaurants.
With such a variety of attractions available nearby, you will find yourselves needing to return again and again to tick everything off your list.
About the location
St. Davids 16 miles; Tenby 36 miles.
Fishguard is an ideal holiday destination on the award-winning Pembrokeshire Coast, which has been voted the second best coastal destination in the world according to the National Geographic magazine. The town itself has an array of gift shops, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs and offers the opportunity of viewing the superb Last Invasion Tapestry, which has been compared to the Bayeux Tapestry. Day trips to Ireland run daily and the picturesque Lower Fishguard Harbour is a delight for sailing enthusiasts. From this perfect holiday base you can enjoy the amazing coastline, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, the beautiful Preseli Hills, where the Stonehenge Blue Stones originated, or explore the array of historic castles, working mills and visit the smallest city in Wales with its magnificent St. Davids Cathedral. Whatever you are looking for, this is a fantastic location for all ages.