A divine stone-built cottage set in the village of Moylegrove near the town of St. Dogmaels in Pembrokeshire.
A small family looking for a relaxing break in the countryside should look no further than Y Felin with its stunning features and beautiful remote location.
Walk straight into the beautifully warming living room diner.
You can sit and relax in the sitting room which boasts big comfortable sofas, a Smart TV and an enticing woodburner, the perfect spot for some quality family chilling time.
There is also a more secluded sitting area to the other side of the room with a majestic armchair and its own woodburning stove, perfect to sit and read the paper.
In between the two seating areas comes a big wooden dining table to sit and eat your hearty countryside meals.
This leads you into the traditional kitchen boasting a characterful oil-fired range cooker, as well as a separate cooker and all of the other essential equipment you will need.
The ground floor also offers a bright and refreshing conservatory as well as a welcoming single room, perfect for a child to stay in.
A walk up the traditional narrow staircase takes you to the first floor which offers beautifully decorated family bathroom and a remarkable king size bedroom under a sloping ceiling with charming wooden beams and a sublime feature stone wall.
Y Felin also provides an extensive lawn for the children to play on whilst you make the most of the patio seating area.
The cottage comes in a rather remote location, with the closest well-stocked place being St Dogmaels around 4 miles away.
Situated within 1 mile of Ceibwr Bay and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, where seals can regularly be spotted.
The village offers the essential amenities and provides a great base for a Pembrokeshire holiday.
For a great day out why not take the Poppit rocket bus to the Poppit Sands beach, which can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
Further afield Cardigan offers a good range of amenities as well as a castle and seaside entertainment.
A beautiful cottage in a great location.
About the location
Cardigan 1 mile.
St Dogmaels is an ancient and tranquil village nestling peacefully around its ruined abbey at the mouth of the River Teifi on the totally unspoiled west Wales coast. One of its attractions is Y Felin, one of only two working watermills in Wales and retains the machinery installed in 1820. It is thought the mill was originally built by the monks of St Dogmaels' 12th century abbey. The miller shows how the mill works and bread, flour and cakes can be purchased from the mill or you can enjoy tea and cakes and light lunches in the Coach House Café nearby. The village has four pubs, a fish & chip shop, a Post Office, a cafe and a small museum at the abbey. There is also a pretty green and a millpond with ducks. Nearby is the wonderful Poppit Sands where you can relax on sunny days or enjoy invigorating walks in the cooler months, as well as exploring the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast Path. At Dogmaels is the start or finish of the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path from St Dogmaels to Amroth. Visit Castell Henllys, the Iron Age Fort where everyone is encouraged to learn the ancient way of living, or visit the wonderful Shire Horse Farm to see how farming was before tractors. The Cardigan Bay dolphins can be seen off the bay on a regular basis and more active pursuits can be found at Cardigan Bay Active, including surfing, wildlife trips or coasteering. With scenic coastal, riverside and countryside walks and an array of other beaches and attractions all close by, this is a perfect holiday location all year round.