3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. New Sunroom. Views across the Pembrokeshire coast.
About Paula Duffy
Originally from Middlesex, now living in Oxfordshire with my partner and our lovely dogs. I have been working for the same company now for 28 years! I am an Office Manager and really like my job. We do look forward to our visits to Pembrokeshire, for which we have a passion!
Paula Duffy purchased this Cottage in 2013
Why Paula Duffy chose Haverfordwest
We love the area around Beudy Gwyn because of the rugged coastline and the wonderful beaches. The views from the gardens and inside the house are stunning, especially with the addition of the sunroom to the front of the cottage, overlooking the Irish Sea! We are close to St Davids with it's wonderful cathedral and history. The people in this area are very friendly and we love to pop down to the local pub for a drink and a chat. The local pubs also serve very good food.
What makes this Cottage unique
We just love the view from our lovely top terrace toward Strumble Head across the Irish Sea, especially when the ferry is coming in to Fishguard.
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.
Probably the biggest gardens of any property I,be ever stayed in. My morning walk was twice round the garden. Perfect for dog owners. The views were fantastic. Sunsets from the conservatory were incrediblle. Conservatory furniture could have been a tad more comfortable.
Fantastic cottage in a fantastic location
We had a wonderful week staying here. The cottage had everything we needed and more. We loved the views from the sun room and the top of the garden. A fantastic base from which to explore Pembrokeshire.
Fantastic property, brilliant location.
Thank you for letting us stay in your wonderful property. There were 6 of us and 1 dog and the house had ample space for all of us. The house is very equipped, the garden is amazing and it is in a fantastic location.
We had the most brilliant week touring Pembrokeshire. Broad Haven, St Davids and Newgale were particular favourites.
We cooked most evenings in the house however we did visit The Farmers Arms in Mathyr one evening - a must. Food and service were brilliant!
I would highly recommend your house to anyone - the only problem was ..we had to leave!
Beauty Gwyn Cottage
Beautiful cottages in stunning surroundings. Everything was perfect for my family.Our dogs loved playing in the Gardens chasing after a ball. The weather was great all week so we were able to go to one of the beautiful beaches each day. Fantastic time. Hope to return soon..
Beady Gwyn is situated in an ideal location for exploring the Pembrokeshire coast.
The cottage is dog friendly with two large enclosed gardens. It is very human friendly too, well equipped and extremely spacious.
The local pub, the Square and Compass is welcoming and serves good food.
I would highly recommend this cottage.
simply the best!
what can I say!.Beudy Gwyn!.simply the best time had by all.my husband,myself and Bob's the dog.
a lovely,large,spacious cottage,with everything you could wish for.all the amenities, cooker ,dishwasher,washer,tumble,microwave and much more.The open fire brought great delight and fun and we even had logs delivered as we enjoyed it so much.A spacious,dog friendly garden ,fenced in with the most spectacular views of the coast and stunning sunsets.The conservatory was my husband's haunt whilst I dominated the spacious lounge with an array of comfy sofas.
The thing that most impressed me was how homely beudy gwyn felt.i immediately felt at home which is so important in a holiday.It was also lovely to see the spring flowers popping up their heads in the immaculately kept garden which was enormous. we had a brilliant time and I cant wait to return.Thankyou Paula and julie for lending us your lovely cottage.we will return!
ps.lovely village ,friendly pubs and cafe.plenty of dog walks and the coast just down the road.could no wish for more!.
Thanks Lynne for your brilliant review. We appreciate all feedback and when it's as good as this, it makes all our efforts worthwhile. We have a great team behind us and we all love it when the guests enjoy their stay at Beudy Gwyn.
We look forward to welcoming you again in the future.
Located half way between St. Davids (Britain's smallest City) and Fishguard in the hamlet of Penparc on the St. Davids Peninsula, Beudy Gwyn Holiday Cottage is close to the centre of the best stretch of the Pembrokeshire coast, with it's rugged coastline and small harbours. Wonderful dog friendly pubs serving great food.
One mile down a quiet country lane from the cottage and hamlet is the acclaimed and bustling village of Trefin, situated on clifftops between the famous harbours of Porthgain and Abercastle. Trefin has its own cove on the edge of the village at Aberfelin, with numerous rock pools in this small sand and shingle beach which is surrounded on three sides by rugged cliffs.
The Square and Compass pub serving lovely food is within walking distance of the cottage, also The Ship at Trefin and a little further down the road to The Sloop at Porthgain.
There is also a well stocked Spar shop at the petrol station which is within walking distance from the cottage.