4.8★ Excellent Sykes rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Pets No Show on map Features Off road parking Ground floor bedroom Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 31 Customer Reviews "We had a wonderful stay." Lovely location with views, farm animals and wildlife and very spacious accommodation. Walks on the doorstep. Friendly welcome. Lots to do and see in North Pembrokeshire. We would definitely stay there again. We felt very at home. Reviewed by LeanneMar 2022 "This cottage was very warm and comfortable." Our host's were very welcoming and friendly. The location was quiet, peaceful and surrounding by amazing scenery. The lambs provided endless enjoyment. Reviewed by HelenMar 2022 "Lovely cottage in a beautiful quiet location." Very helpful owners. We had a great week. Reviewed by JamesMar 2022 "Beautiful cottage!" Warm and cosy and in the middle of the most beautiful countryside. Nothing too much trouble for Carol and Ian. Will definitely recommend to walking friends and anyone who loves peace and quiet . One day we will return . Reviewed by ShirleyOct 2021 "A very comfortable cottage, situated in a very quiet and beautiful rural area." The hosts are really helpful and friendly. BUT I will not be booking a holiday through Sykes again as I can’t trust your company after our bad experience at Kerensa ha-Kres. Reviewed by AnnSep 2021 "West Pembrokshire is a beautiful area." We had forgotten how narrow the lanes are, but fortunately we only met 2 (very large) tractors! The cottage was adequate and I guess it was the Covid-19 restrictions which meant there were no scatter cushions, pictures on the walls, or games and books to read. Also, no garden furniture, which was a shame as the weather was perfect for sitting outside on the lawned area. But our host was able to lend us an Ordnance Survey map of the area, which was invaluable. Thank you for taking the time to leave feedback following your stay, we have had to remove some items from the property due to covid regulations, this is explained to guests in our pre-arrival welcome letter, and also notated in the property, this is to ensure the safety of our guests. As explained on arrival the garden furniture is located in the map room. We are on hand during your stay incase of any questions or concerns and would have been happy to advise and help out if needed. Property Owner Reviewed by AntheaJul 2021 "Ian and Carol were perfect hosts and made us feel extremely welcome." Their knowledge of the area was superb and we would certainly visit again. Reviewed by JeremyJul 2021 "Beautiful, peaceful rural location in the Preseli Hills." The cottage has a generous double room and twin room, both with their own bathroom. Very comfortable, well equipped cottage. Beautiful walks from the cottage. The hosts also provide tours which we would highly recommend if new to the area. Reviewed by MichaelaJul 2021 "Carol and Ian, the owners, are very friendly and helpful." The cottage was warm with abundant hot water and heating and in a lovely part of the country. Sadly we suffered a period of storms and rain all week, so did not do the walking we had planned, but that was not the cottages fault! Maybe we will go back again and have better weather. Robert and Sandra Hird. Reviewed by RobertMay 2021 "This is a very comfortable cottage in a quiet location." The cottages have been recently renovated with care and attention to detail and have been designed to maximise privacy. The abundant heating and hot water is supported by excellent insulation and creates a cosy atmosphere. Coupled with this benefit, the bedroom and living room are spacious making it easy to relax when indoors. The fixtures and fittings were practical and of good quality, selected to cater to every need - with touches of elegance in the bed linens and curtains. We were surprised to find a direct route to Newport on the coast and our walking holiday became primarily focused on the coastal paths. The Preseli Hills are also on the doorstep. Ian and Carol were very friendly and helpful hosts offering lots of information about the local places of interest and the history of the area. They were readily available yet totally respected our privacy. For us, this was probably the best holiday rental out of many over a good number of years. Reviewed by RonaldOct 2020 "A well presented accommodation ,all that can be expected during covid" Reviewed by AnthonySep 2020 "Lovely Well appointed cottage in great location." All Covid19 precautions in place but not intrusive. As I am 80 and have a troublesome cough (not covid) we prefer separate bedrooms with en suite, so Foxglove was perfect. Nice sitting / dining room. As there were only two of us we didn't bother with the dishwasher and had enough clothes not to need the Washer dryer. Useful fridge freezer, hob and oven. Excellent Free Wifi and TV. Local mobile phone signals are poor, but skype messenger or whatsapp got round that. An enjoyable 6 Km walk to the Dyffryn Arms for a real Ale. Nearest waterfall 200 metres away. Surrounded by woods, and the Presseli Hills for local walking. 5 or 6 miles by car to shops in Newport. Easy trips to the ancient cathedral city of St Davids and the county town of Cardigan (Ceredigion) with its medieval castle and river Teifi. Newport Beach is about 7 miles and well worth a visit, or lunch at the Golf Club. Owners Carol and Ian Pattison were great hosts. Lived nearby, but not in your face. Always there if you needed them, and good for helpful advice and assistance. We were there late September with a lot of warm sun, front in the morning, great for sitting out the back with a glass of wine in the evening. Due to livestock in the vicinity dogs are not allowed. We are already planning our next visit. The local rivers have run of Sewin (sea trout) in their season and ticket fishing is said to be available. Also Salmon in the Teifi. Great walking country. Reviewed by JohnSep 2020 "Fantastic location in the Pembrokeshire countryside yet only 15 minutes drive from the coast at Newport ." V peaceful . Owners on hand if needed and have excellent local knowledge for places to visit , walks etc , but don’t interfere with your privacy. Spacious property, v comfy bed, cottage v clean & excellent WiFi . Ideal for walking both Preseli Hills and coastal paths. Ticked all the boxes for us ; would thoroughly recommend and we would love to return. Reviewed by JanetAug 2020 "Lovely location." Reviewed by LizJul 2020 "Wonderful cottage with friendly, helpful and knowledgeable owners very nearby." Reviewed by DavidJul 2020 "It was a lovely cottage in a wonderful peaceful setting, the owners were very helpful and welcoming, would definitely recommend a visit." Reviewed by Carole-annMar 2020 "Lovely place for some peace and quiet." Only let down was they said there would be a hamper and there wasn’t. Excellent host and would definitely stay again. Reviewed by RachelJan 2020 "Lovely hosts who made us feel welcome and also offered advice of places to visit." Great cottage, actually felt a bit bigger that I expected and well equipped. Great that the bedrooms are opposite sides of the cottage and both have en suites. Reviewed by VickyJan 2020 "Foxgloves was an extremely well presented accommodation and the hosts, Ian and Carol friendly and attentive." Reviewed by ElspethAug 2019 "Ian & Carol are great hosts, ready at hand to give information and advice but allowed you your own space and privacy." Great location, you feel you are in the middle of nowhere with peace and quiet yet only four miles from the bustle of the cafe culture in the town. You even have your own Real Ale Brewery on your doorstep. What more could you ask for. We have had a great week and would love to return soon. Reviewed by PeterJul 2019 "Foxglove Cottage is extremely comfortable with high standard quality fittings." It was spotlessly clean and very peaceful and quiet. Ian and Carol were lovely welcoming hosts, very knowledgeable and helpful about the area and obviously passionate about their business without out being intrusive. We are definitely returning next year. Reviewed by TrevorJun 2019 "A lovely cottage, in a terrific location and with very friendly and helpful owners." The cottage is well maintained, beautifully clean and well appointed. Our only reservation, and it does sound quite petty, is than in addition to the two bath towels there was only one hand towel between us. We hope to go again at some point and will recommend it to friends. Reviewed by Margaret SylviaApr 2019 "One of the most comfortable cottages we’ve every stayed in." Well equipped. Reviewed by DeborahApr 2019 "Foxglove Cottage proved to be a great base for exploring this part of Pembrokeshire." Ian & Carol made us feel especially welcome and provided us with excellent information on local walks and other attractions in the area. The map room and drying facilities on site are an added bonus for keen walkers. We were lucky with fabulous weather for our trip but still feel there is more to explore in the area and will definitely return. Reviewed by IanMar 2019 "We booked this cottage based on the remote location and excellent price." It certainly didn’t disappoint and was the most snug, comfy haven for our little family. Thank you Ian and Carole. Excellent to have the washer/dryer, map room and 2 bathrooms with baths! Reviewed by MelissaOct 2018 "The owners were very friendly and gave a lot of useful tips." Reviewed by SabineAug 2018 "The owners were very helpful in settling my partner and I in as well as finding out that boats to Skomar Island were running." Reviewed by MichaelMay 2018 "This is a lovely cottage, in a very rural setting, a little haven for peace and quiet and communing with nature, near Newport and beautiful beaches and coastline." Excellent for walkers! The owners are a lovely couple, very obliging and caring, nothing too much trouble, they want you to be comfortable and to enjoy your holiday. Extremely knowledgeable re the area and where to visit. Reviewed by AnthonyOct 2016 "We had a fabulous family holiday at Foxglove cottage." It is a very picturesque location and we felt very welcome by the owners. The cottage is very comfortable and well equipped, it was spotlessly clean and was like a home from home. We will definitely book to stay again and would recommend it to anyone. Many thanks to Ian and Carol for a wonderful holiday. Reviewed by FionaSep 2016 "The track leading to the cottages is quite rough and bumpy in places." In wet weather conditions this track could prove difficult for cars, without 4 wheel drive, to navigate. Reviewed by PatrickAug 2016 "Super cottage; spacious, comfortable, conveniently located for hills and beach." Owners live next door and are very helpful. Reviewed by AndrewAug 2016 Show more Summary All ground floor Two bedrooms with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC: 1 x double, 1 x twin Kitchen Sitting room with dining area and gas fire Biomass central heating with gas fire Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice box, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books and DVDs Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent, please bring own beach towels Travel cot and highchair on request Ample private parking adjacent to cottage Bike storage Secure drying room for walking clothing storage Front seating area Lawned garden with furniture Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shops 4 miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile Note: Although all ground floor, there is one step to the front, and two to the rear entrance Note: Cottage accessed down a compacted single lane track which is also used by a neighbouring farm Vehicles with a low suspension should take care Note: Owners offer to guests discounted and exclusive guided walks, sightseeing days out and can provide walking modules to teach safety and competence for walkers Please contact owners for more details. The property This warm and cosy ground floor stone barn conversion, four miles from Newport in Pembrokeshire, is accredited as bike-friendly and walker-friendly by Visit Wales. Perfect for exploring this beautiful area, its modern amenities wrapped in character features provide a wonderful base to return to after a day out and about. It has exposed beams, two bedrooms each with en-suite bathrooms, a compact kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area and a gas fire. Watch the birds flitting overhead, listen to sheep and lambs bleating in the fields and soak up the far-reaching views. For a family holiday or a getaway with friends, Foxglove is a great choice all year round! Note: This property adjoins Ref. 904045, together they sleep 8. Tregynon Cottages Newport 4 miles. Situated down a short lane you will find these two charming holiday cottages (Foxglove Cottage and Honeysuckle Cottage), the owners’ home and the neighbouring farmhouse. Set in peaceful North Pembrokeshire countryside, above the Gwaun Valley, in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park and the foothills of the rolling Preseli Mountains, with their cultural and historic mysticism, the cottages offer great views and the chance to sit outside and soak them all up while watching the birds soar overhead and listening to the lambs in the fields. These are delightful stone cottages with walks from the door, perfectly located to enjoy this beautiful part of Wales with its extraordinarily rich wildlife, flora and fauna. Both cottages offer accommodation for four and each has two en-suite bedrooms, character beams and extremely comfortable accommodation, as well as a wonderful shared ‘planning and map room’ to plan your walks in. There is also a private drying room for outdoor clothing and walking boots. Remember too, the owner offers to guests discounted and exclusive guided walks, sightseeing days out and a great package of instructional modules to improve your safety and competence while out walking. The owners also offer free use of OS maps and local reference books and provide free advice on what to see and do in the local area. Located in such a scenic spot, you may wish to spend some of your holiday simply relaxing right here in these cosy cottages, but short drives offer ancient woodlands, the historic Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort, estuaries teaming with seabirds and the wonderful Shire Horse farm to see these superb animals at work. There are also walks on the stunning coastline, sandy beaches, boat trips and historic castles, as well as superb walks in the mystical Preseli Hills where time seems to stand still and which can be reached on foot from the cottages. There is so much to see and do nearby that one stay won’t be long enough, so a return visit may well be part of your plans! View on map About the location NEWPORT, PEMBROKESHIRE Fishguard 7 miles; Cardigan 10 miles. Newport is a beautiful coastal town in Pembrokeshire, south west Wales lying on the River Nevern with a selection of shops, pubs, tea rooms, plus an excellent golf course overlooking the sea as well as a lovely sheltered harbour. Newport lies on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path which is renowned worldwide for its unique landscape and wonderful opportunities to go dolphin and seal spotting. Wonderful coastal walks along the path or in the nearby Preseli Hills with the ever changing scenery are a walkers dream all year round. Learn about history when you visit the mills, craft centres and castles dotted around the county or spend a day at the wonderful Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort where you can learn hands on all about living during that time. See the majestic Shire Horses at the Shire Horse Farm or spend relaxing days on the huge choice of beautiful sandy beaches. All year round this is a perfect location for all the family.