You can walk to enjoy the most beautiful and undiscovered treasures of North Pembrokeshire which remains unspoilt and undeveloped. And use the cottage as the centre of a touring holiday in the area. Our pricing is keen and kind - no half-term or bank holiday premiums - weekly prices which compare favourably with others. Pencraig is ideally located for a great holiday or short break for up to four people. It's a seven minute walk down the lane to the beach and then to Dinas Island beyond. The 'island' farm is now owned by the National Trust and the walk around the perimeter voted more than once AA 'Walk of the Year'. The cottage is neither overlooked or part of an estate or development. The beach and the whole Pembrokeshire coast is a natural attraction. The heather and hills in the National Park are just a mile or so away. When it comes to finding a good restaurant or local food there's no better town than Newport which is just 3 miles from the cottage. Newport has some of the best restaurants in the county, a fabulous beach and dunes, an 18 hole links golf course, unique boat club.
The cottage is ideal for quick breaks throughout the year as well as more conventional holidays. Peaceful and private, it's a ideal place for visitors to enjoy themselves.
Pencraig is a stone cottage dating back a century or two. It has a nice log fire and is really comfortable and homely. The main bedroom has a quality double, and the second room twins. The living room has two sofas, easy chair and TV in one part, and a dining table next to the kitchen which well equipped. The bathroom is modern, with full size bath and shower.
Situated midway between Newport and Fishguard, Pencraig offers the charm of a country cottage together with modern facilities. Visitors love the location and atmosphere of Pencraig, which is on rent at very attractive rates. Contact the owner, Mike Donovan, today!
It's great to have friends coming to stay for Christmas and New Year - they came last year and enjoyed the holiday so much they are back for more. Having had some Christmasses at Pencraig with my family I know how good it is. The cathedral at St Davids is of course a focus for all Christians, and the festivities in Newport are always spectacular. Catch some good weather and Jan-Feb can be a great time of year to tramp the Prescelis and the Coastal Path, and I keep the rental cost low - remember the price includes your electric and gas (please don't waste!). Get into March, the first daffodils, St Davids day and then the lovely month of April, and the season is away. Again at very reasonable prices, and I will always match those of truly comparable properties. Best wishes, Mike D