Felin Dwarch – Mathry

Felin Dwarch – Mathry

Felin Dwarch – Mathry

Mathry, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

Sleeps 4

£475 - £950

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The perfect coastal holiday cottage to explore the North of Pembrokeshire. Surrounding the cottage is National Trust Woodlands with a 10-min walk to Pembrokeshires Coastal Path.

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The Cottage

This coastal holiday cottage in Pembrokeshire can sleep up to 4 people. There is a spacious master bedroom fitted with a king sized bed and adjacent to the master, is a twin room, with 2 single beds and views over the garden. Joining the two bedrooms is a family bathroom; bath, shower, sink and toilet. Following onto the ground floor you will find a cloakroom backed onto the entrance and staircase. Further into the cottage is the living and dining area that sits 4 perfectly for your self-catering stay. To cater during your stay the kitchen is fitted with all the essentials you need with the use of a utility room out the back.

Outside this coastal holiday cottage in Pembrokeshire is where it really showcases its reputation. The garden has ample acres of secured land for the family and four legged friends to play. Not only is the garden a charming feature but, you will enjoy the patio and seating area to use at your leisure. Outside the boundaries of the property, is a magical stroll through open meadows into some of the National Trusts Woodland. If you follow the path for about 10-minutes it will bring you out to two of the areas best beaches.

The Surrounding 

The 10-minute woodland walk leads through to Abermawr (Big Beach) and Aberbach (Small Beach).

Aberbach is a pebble beach but, when at low tide, it reveals plenty of golden sand. This is an ideal place to watch the seals playing or on a windy day, watch the waves crashing into the shore. Legend once said that a local farmer once caught a mermaid here so keep an eye out for one.

Abermawr is a remote beach with pebbled shores and it is backed by earthed cliffs. During low tide the beach exposes its golden sand with some secret hidden history. Many years ago, 8000 in fact, a ice sheet melted revealing the remains of a ‘drowned’ forest. If you visit during the right season there are bluebell filled woods climbing the hill at the southern end.

What makes these beaches great is that they are dog friendly all year round, so there is no need to worry about restrictions with your four legged friends. To make sure you dogs can enjoy the whole holiday experience take a look at our dog friendly pubs in Pembrokeshire page on our website.


Wood Burning Stove – Woodland Walks – Flat screen TV – DVD player – Sky TV – WiFi – iPod docking – Sigma Kitchen – Electric Hob – Dishwasher – Washing Machine – Tumble Dryer – Fridge/Freezer – Microwave – Deck Chairs – Picnic Table – Garden Furniture

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