Cardigan 10 miles.
A most delightful detached Pembrokeshire cottage, full of charm and character.
Set in the idyllic hamlet of Star, ten miles from Cardigan, this cottage in Pembrokeshire has wonderful countryside all around, and a pretty stream running past the cottage and under the bridge across the road.
The spacious sitting room of this Pembrokeshire cottage has two delightful sitting areas separated by the stairs, one set around the inglenook fireplace with warming woodburner and the other with French doors overlooking the garden.
An open archway leads to a very well-equipped kitchen with a stable door to let in the sunshine.
The stairs in the middle of the sitting room lead you directly into a charming mezzanine king-size bedroom with open beams, lovely floorboards, a slate windowsill, TV, and use of a screen for privacy if required.
The further two bedrooms in this cottage in Pembrokeshire are just as charming.
The delightful garden runs along both sides of the cottage, and is fully enclosed with a low wall and fence at the side so that you can enjoy the sound and sight of the small stream running alongside the cottage before flowing under the bridge and into the woodland opposite the cottage.
For a peaceful, relaxing holiday you will find no better place but you are also based in the perfect location to enjoy the nearby market town of Newcastle Emlyn, the coastal town of Cardigan, the fabulous coastline, sandy beaches, farm parks and, for those wanting a bit of excitement, Oakwood Theme Park, which is 22 miles away.
Take wonderful countryside walks or cycle rides from the doorstep knowing that at the end of your day you will be returning to this most delightful Pembrokeshire cottage.
Three bedrooms: 1 x mezzanine king-size double, 1 x double with TV, 1 x twin with sloping ceiling. Bathroom with roll-top bath, basin and WC. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with inglenook fireplace with woodburner, sofa bed and dining area.
About the location
Aberaeron 17 miles; Fishguard 22 miles; Carmarthen 30 miles; Tenby 33 miles; Aberystwyth 35 miles.
The bustling market town of Cardigan in Ceredigion is set on the River Teifi and offers an array of shops, both unique local producers and larger chain stores, as well as tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and an impressive ruined castle. Surrounding Cardigan is beautiful countryside, whilst the rugged Pembrokeshire coastline is just a few miles away. You have the opportunity to visit the Cardigan Island Farm Park, wonderful Blue Flag sandy beaches like the National Trust beach Mwnt, take a boat trip to spot dolphins and seals, or horse riding at the friendly Dyfed Riding Centre. The nearby Preseli Mountains offer wonderful walking and cycling, with some stunning views and an ancient stone monument. Within driving distance is the town of Carmarthen, Dylan Thomas' Boat House in Laugharne, Oakwood Theme Park, Blue Lagoon indoor waterpark, Folly Farm Zoo and the Welsh Wildlife Centre at Cilgerran, as well as an array of castles, mills and craft centres. Cardigan is an excellent base for exploring this part of Wales.