This vintage 1770, semi-detached cottage sits in a scenic elevated location above the coastal town of Goodwick, Pembrokeshire.
IWith luscious countryside, stunning coastline and a wealth of charming towns and villages nearby, Ivy House serves as an excellent base for a memorable family holiday in South Wales.
Enter the property and be welcomed by the antique furnishings of the warming sitting room, a period fireplace housing an electric fire makes this a pleasant spot to relax in before and after a day of exploring Pembrokeshire.
The ground floor is also occupied by a dining room with a stunning fireplace and a rustic, fully-equipped kitchen with wooden units adding a sense of charm.
At the bottom of the stairs is a fresh, white bathroom, an elegant vanity unit adds a touch of class.
A carpeted staircase brings you to the first floor where you will find three well-presented bedrooms, each offering pleasant views across the surrounding area.
To the back of the house rests a delightful enclosed garden, enjoy a refreshing drink with the countryside air to top it off.
Goodwick is just a short, attractive walk away, providing a small selection of quaint amenities, the town is also the port from where the ferry to Ireland departs twice a day should you want an alternative day trip.The is also a train station, with good transport links to Cardiff, Swansea and London.
The neighbouring town of Fishguard is also a wonderful coastal spot, boasting a picturesque harbour and opportunities for surfing.
For you avid walkers and cyclists, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park sits nearby for seemingly endless views of countryside and coastline.
A unique cottage in a fabulous Pembrokeshire location.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x bunk, 1 x single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with electric fire.
About the location
Fishguard 2 miles; Newport 9 miles; St. Davids 15 miles.
Goodwick is a picturesque coastal village overlooking the bay where the twice daily ferries run to Ireland. With a variety of shops, cafes, pubs and a small supermarket, it offers everything you need. The twin town of Fishguard is only two miles away, where you will find more unique shops, a delicatessen, pubs, restaurants and the Last Invasion Tapestry, which is based on the famous Welsh ladies' victory over the French and has been compared to the Bayeux Tapestry. Located in such a great coastal position, the Pembrokeshire and Cardiganshire section of the world-famous Welsh coastal path is right on your doorstep, so enjoy the scenic walks, outstandingly beautiful beaches, the opportunity to watch dolphins and seals and so much more! From lazy, warm summer days to wild and windy winter days, the scenery is ever-changing and always remarkable. Historic castles, theme parks, art galleries, kayaking, coasteering and boat trips to the islands are all nearby and St. Davids, the smallest city in the UK, with its magnificent cathedral is a short drive away, while the coastal town of Newport, with its fantastic beach, is closer still. A perfect location all year round.