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Maes y Ffynnon


Self Catering, St Dogmaels

Sleeps 6, 4 bedrooms
£335 to £895 per week
  • No smoking
  • Pets welcome
  • Child friendly

Maes y ffynnon is a gorgeous and recently renovated Victorian house sleeping 2 or 4, next door to cosy stone cottage Ffynnon Fach which sleeps 2. They can be rented together, sleeping 6.

Both properties enjoy picture-postcard views of the Teifi estuary and seaside village of St Dogmaels, and each has its own pretty outdoor decking space.

Rescued lovingly from dereliction, the interiors are brand-new but sympathetic to Victorian period features.

Maes y Ffynnon has front and rear hallways, a double and two single bedrooms, and a bathroom downstairs, while upstairs a large and airy lounge/dining room makes the most of the lovely view, together with a kitchen and spacious roof patio.

Ffynnon Fach has a similar but smaller entrance, bathroom and double bedroom layout downstairs with lounge/kitchen upstairs. Both units are well-equipped with kitchen utensils, entertainment, area literature etc.

The properties are a perfect base for exploring the coastline and countryside of both Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion and there are plenty of things to do nearby, including attractions, good food, local crafts, and activities, especially walking - the Pembrokeshire Coast Path practically begins on the doorstep.

While Ffynnon Fach on its own suits couples, Maes y Ffynnon is perfect for gatherings, whether family or friends, foodies or ramblers. Both properties welcome well behaved dogs.

Area information

St Dogmaels, or Llandudoch in Welsh, is a pretty coastal village in west Wales, with fantastic views of the Teifi Estuary. Although near the 'mecca' of Cardigan's lively market town, St. Dogmaels itself offers three pubs, restaurants and cafes, a popular fish'n'chip shop, art galleries, its own Abbey and a wide expanse of Blue Flag beach.

Local attractions

Art galleries, museums, monuments and beaches, Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort, Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park, Cardigan Heritage Centre and the fine Cilgerran Castle, as painted by Turner. Activities include kayaking, canoeing, fishing, cycling, sailing, boating, and especially walking - the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path begins (or ends) at St Dogmaels' Poppit Sands.

Eating out

The area is fantastic for local food with delis, markets, restaurants and cafes. There are three great pubs and a popular fish'n'chip shop mere seconds from the house.

Prices include electricity, water, bedlinen and bath and hand towels. There are no hidden costs.


Maes y Ffynnon

Pentre Llangwm
St Dogmaels
Pembrokeshire SA43 3JZ

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  • Susan Evans
  • Pentre Llangwm
    St Dogmaels
    Pembrokeshire SA43 3JZ
  • Listed since September 2009
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