Abbey Forge sleeps 6 people plus a nursery with cot.…
Sleeps 1, Sleeps 2, Sleeps 3, Sleeps 4, Sleeps 5, Sleeps 6
£495 - £1050
Fairfield, St Dogmaels, Cardigan, Wales, SA43 3JF
£395 - £1050
SELF-CATERING COTTAGE IN PEMBROKESHIRE
Fantastic self-catering cottage in Pembrokeshire with space for the growing family located in the quaint riverside village of St Dogmaels in north Pembrokeshire. This beautifully kept self-catering cottage in Pembrokeshire has two living rooms, boasting an open fire and log burner for you to curl up in front of after that long walk and let the warmth seep in. Luxurious furnishings and comfy beds with designer bedding makes this a real home from home.
Within walking distance of this self-catering cottage in Pembrokeshire is one of the county’s most beautiful historical attractions, the ancient St Dogmaels Abbey ruins and adjacent Coach House Heritage Centre. There is a working water mill and tea room where you can enjoy fresh homemade produce, a choice of riverside inns and restaurants and a weekly farmers’ market or the children can feed the ducks around the pond.
Cardigan and St Dogmaels are bustling towns – there is plenty to see and do on the doorstep of this self-catering cottage in Pembrokeshire. Regular markets, great beaches, lots of places to walk including a great section of the “All Wales Coast Path and abundant restaurants, pubs and bistros are sure to keep you fuelled and on the go.
The area is steeped with historic buildings, ancient sites with Neolithic standing stones, Iron age Forts, Castles and an Abbey.
The Abbey was built by Robert Fitz Martin early in the 12th Century for monks of the Tironensian order, however it was dissolved in 1536 by Henry VIII, the ruins form a natural stage: the surviving stone staircases embrasures and platforms provide opportunities for dramatic staging. Enjoy an open – air play on your doorstep at the Abbey as the sunsets during the summer.
For action and adventure close to this self-catering cottage in Pembrokeshire, try paragliding, kayaking, coasteering or even dry slope skiing, boat trips around the bay to spot dolphins and the abundance of wildlife.
A steep downhill walk takes you to all the facilities of St Dogmaels including the Abbey Cafe and the BBC award-winning weekly producer’s market. Enjoy walks along the Teifi estuary which teems with birds and wildlife and is perfect for those who enjoy messing around on the water. Join the start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, only 1 mile away, at Poppit Sands and explore this wonderful coastline. The market town of Cardigan is only a few minutes’ drive with its excellent farmers’ market, specialist shops and restaurants. A boat trip round Cardigan Bay to see the resident bottle nose dolphins, porpoises and grey seals will be a highlight of any holiday.
There is at a minimum, an hourly bus service into Cardigan from St Dogmaels Square during the day. The Poppit Rocket bus service runs south to Poppit Sands along the coast road. Buses from Cardigan are available to many places both north and south along the coast.