Y Bwthyn is a cosy cottage in North Pembrokeshire, just 20 mins from St Davids, set in the quiet rural hamlet of Castlemorris. The cottage is close to the sea and the beautiful beaches of Abermawr and Aberbach (2 miles) where the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path can be easily accessed. A perfect base for walking, cycling, sailing, bird watching and exploring the spectacular Pembrokeshire coastline. Goodwick Ferry Port is just 15 minutes drive away with sailings to Ireland twice daily.
Cosy lounge with woodburner. Dining room which antique pine table and chairs. Two double bedrooms: Bedroom 1 has a pine double bed, a chest of drawers and a built in wardrobe. Bedroom 2 has a 3' single bed and 4' restored antique French bed with built in wardrobe. Fully equipped galley kitchen with a fridge freezer, gas hob and electric oven complete with a full range of utensils etc. New shower room with shower and bathroom suite. Please note there is no bath.
There is a bike shed on the drive way which can accommodate up to 3 bikes.
Full use of private garden.
Castlemorris is a quiet, rural hamlet just 2 miles from the coast and 20mins from St Davids. The cottage is located on the village green and there is a pub just around the corner. The area is perfect for walkers, with footpaths from the cottage in any direction, there are many cycle routes as well. Castlemorris is a perfect central location for exploring North and South Pembrokeshire and the Preseli Hills.
Towns and villages of interest
St Davids (20 mins) – Cathedral and Bishops Palace, cafés, restaurants, art galleries.
Tenby (50 mins) – old fishing town, famous Tudor Merchant's House, two beautiful beaches, shops, cafés galleries.
Newport (20 mins) – Quaint old village, good pubs, beautiful beach.
Porthgain (15 mins) – lovely old fishing harbour, the Sloop Inn and The Shed restaurant.
Solva (20 mins) – Lovely old town, pubs, shops, lovely beaches nearby.
Trefin – village, good pub, Mill Gallery restaurant (excellent cooked breakfasts).
Narbeth (45 mins) – old town with restaurants, bars, cafés. Brilliant antique shops.
Fishguard (15 mins) – old town, pubs, restaurants, cafés.
Abermawr and Aberbach - 2 miles
Whitesands (National Trust £5 to park and facilities) – 12 miles
Abereidy – 8 miles
Newgale (huge beach and facilities, surfing) – 14 miles
Broad Haven and Little Haven (beaches, pubs and restaurants) - 15 miles
Poppit Sands, Cardigan (facilities)– 20 miles
Pembroke (1hr) – a beautifully preserved Castle.
Carew - (50mins) – lovely castle by the river, great spot for a picnic.
Ms G May 2019 - The cottage was beautifully decorated and our hosts were very welcoming. The location was well positioned to explore the area. It was a perfect place to relax with a lovely garden.
Ms G. May 2019 - A gem of a house. Sparkling clean with everything we could have hoped for. Stuart and Maria was fantastic hosts- very fast to reply, so helpful in terms of local tips and even left us some delicious food for breakfast. Would thoroughly recommend the walks they advise and the local beaches. We had a fantastic evening on the beach with a fire watching the sunset.
19 - We absolutely loved staying at Maria and Stuart's cottage. The cottage is beautiful with such attention to detail and everything you could need. The location is perfect- in a quiet little village, great for exploring North Pembrokeshire. The welcome from Maria and Stuart was warm and friendly. They had left some essentials for breakfast and some delicious homemade lemon drizzle cake. We particularly enjoyed the garden which has sun all afternoon, and setting up the log burner in the evening. Thank you again for hosting us. We were sad to leave and would love to come back.
Alice, Jan 12019 - A very warm, welcoming, spotlessly clean cottage with everything we needed in a base for a short winter break. The hosts provided much appreciated extras such as basic food essentials ( lovely bread) and local maps and went out of their way to help us find the cottage when we got lost and had a roaring fire going when we arrived.
Amanda, Jan 2019 - My friend and I have walked more than 550 miles around Wales and this was undoubtedly the very best self-catering accommodation in which we have stayed. We had the warmest of welcomes, including home made lemon drizzle cake, milk, bread and butter. The cottage was perfectly equipped and every last detail considered to make our stay comfortable and easy. We were truly reluctant to leave but still have another 500 miles or so to we couldn't recommend this wonderfully cosy cottage more.
Rosalind D, Aug 2018 - A warm welcome awaits you from Maria and Stuart, the Owners. Their traditional idyllic cottage, with walls as thick as your arm but high ceilings which my 6ft 6 husband really appreciated, is homely, spotlessly clean and welcoming and a perfect base from which to explore Pembrokeshire So much to do from paddle boarding and boat trips to walks along the Pembrokeshire paths and the sky at night outside the cottage is breathtaking without the light pollution to spoil it. A perfect retreat no matter what the weather, with a wood burner to cosy up to in the worst weather but a beautiful garden to relax in for the best Thankyou for a fantastic weeks holiday.
Liz M, Mar 2018 - We absolutely loved this gem of a cottage, a real haven and retreat. Beautifully decorated, spic and span, warm friendly owners who welcomed us personally with home-made lemon drizzle pudding and tips for favourite hidden beauty spots. Don't miss it.
The cottage has a driveway with parking for 2 vehicles.
From the North – A483 from Wrexham towards Aberystwyth, then continue on the coastal road to Cardigan, then Fishguard. Castlemorris is just 20 minutes from Fishguard.
From the South and East – M4 to Camarthen, then take the A40 to Haverfordwest, turning off at Letterston. Castlemorris is just 25mins from Haverfordwest
There is currently no wi-fi available and limited mobile phone signal.
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12) due to Wood burner in main lounge and an unfenced banking in garden. No stair guards at property. No travel cot or high chair available.
No smoking, parties, or events
Check-in time is 3PM - 7PM and check out by 10AM on your day of departure
|Mon 27 Jan '20||Sat 8 Feb '20||£375||1 week|
|Sun 9 Feb '20||Sat 15 Feb '20||£395||1 week|
|Sun 16 Feb '20||Sat 29 Feb '20||£445||1 week|
|Sun 1 Mar '20||Sat 4 Apr '20||£375||1 week|
|Sun 5 Apr '20||Sat 18 Apr '20||£475||1 week|
|Sun 19 Apr '20||Sat 25 Apr '20||£350||1 week|
|Sun 26 Apr '20||Sat 9 May '20||£450||1 week|
|Sun 10 May '20||Sat 30 May '20||£480||1 week|
|Sun 31 May '20||Sat 27 Jun '20||£510||1 week|
|Sun 28 Jun '20||Sat 18 Jul '20||£590||1 week|
|Sun 19 Jul '20||Sat 29 Aug '20||£695||1 week|
|Sun 30 Aug '20||Sat 26 Sep '20||£485||1 week|
Last updated 20 January 2020
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Pembrokeshire SA62 5EW