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2 Tregroes Cottages near the picturesque harbour town of Fishguard on the Pembrokeshire Coast.

Bedrooms 2
Property type cottage


About the property

A two bedroom, two bath/shower cottage with woodburning stove close to the beach

2 Tregroes Cottages is a delightful, semi-detached, stone cottage, surrounded by countryside. It is situated on a quiet lane just one and a half miles from the picturesque harbour town of Fishguard on the Pembrokeshire Coast, with its quaint harbour and range of facilities. The nearest pub is approximately one mile away serving traditional pub food. The nearest railway station is five minutes by car.

Fishguard town itself has many shops, cafes and pubs and restaurants, there is also a good leisure centre and swimming pool for those rainy days. Day ferries to Ireland are available from Goodwick harbour for an alternative day out. The Fishguard Folk Festival is held in the late Spring Bank holiday in May, Fishguard International Music Festival is held in July and Aberjazz is held in August, attracting many people every year. The sea skirts around the town with small harbours and beaches; regattas and sailing races are a weekly event during the summer months, and there are usually classes for enthusiastic amateurs of all ages.

The coastline here is stunning with rugged cliffs, hidden coves and fantastic walks along the award-winning Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a heaven for walkers, bird watchers, wild life lovers and anyone with an appreciation of splendid coastal scenery. Guests can enjoy long walks, taking in the surrounding scenery, or simply stroll a few minutes to one of the lovely sitting areas overlooking the harbour and enjoy the peace and quiet as you watch the boats move out.

This holiday cottage at a glance

Sleeps four guests.

Two bedrooms, one shower room on the first floor and one bathroom on the ground floor.

Wood burning stove.

Enclosed, lawned, rear garden.

Onsite parking for two vehicles.

Sorry, no pets.

Children over 7 years are welcome.


Minimum of a three night stay.

Additional features

Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine.

Television with Freeview, DVD player and iPod docking station

Pay-as-you-go mobile available for emergency use

Garden furniture.

Attractions and nearby amenities

Nearby are a myriad of sights, attractions and experiences, with numerous castles, nature reserves, gardens, quaint seaside towns and villages offering an endless list of water sports, pony trekking, theme parks and a vineyard.

The nearest beach 1.5 miles away at Goodwick. Or take a drive to Cwm yr Eglqys, 6.5 miles away - a picturesque cove located between Lower Toon and Newport.

The beaches of Newgale and Whitesands are less than 30 minutes' drive and are renowned for surf and water activities.

Discover the historic city of St Davids, 14 miles away, featuring the magnificent 12th-century cathedral and medieval ruins of the Bishop's Palace, or for the more adventurous, take a sea safari expedition around the off shore island of Ramsey.

Other attractions within 30 minutes' drive include the unique Castell Henllys Iron Fort and the wonderful Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, a fun day out for all the family.

Further afield, there is a wonderful collection of boutique shops and eating places in Narberth, which is well worth a visit (less than 40 minute).

The popular mediaeval harbour of Tenby and the nearby seaside village of Saundersfoot are both within an hour's drive.

More Details

Property Manager
Rural Retreats Holidays Ltd
Speaks English
Calendar last updated:
22 July, 2018


Accommodation and facilities for this holiday cottage in Fishguard in Fishguard and Goodwick

Property Type:
  • cottage
House Rules:
  • Max. occupancy: 4
  • children welcome
  • Family
  • Fireplace
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Parking
  • Washing Machine
  • Kitchen
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Ground floor: Bathroom - Toilet , Bath (no shower) , Bathroom with hand-held spray attachment
    First floor: Shower room - Toilet , Shower Enclosure
  • Ground floor: Bathroom with hand-held spray attachment First floor: Shower room.
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
  • Bedroom #1 - 1 Large Double Bed , 1 Cot , First floor: Double bedroom with 5' bed
    Bedroom #2 - 2 Single Bed , First floor: Twin bedroom with 3' beds
  • First floor: Double bedroom with 5' bed, twin bedroom with 3' beds.
  • Television
Oil-fired central heating, wood burning stove Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine Television with Freeview, DVD player and iPod docking station WiFi.* Pay-as-you-go mobile available for emergency use Enclosed, lawned rear garden with garden furniture. *Please note that internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor Rural Retreats will be held responsible.


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Other Activities:

There are some wonderful cities and towns throughout Pembrokeshire including:

St Davids, the smallest city in Britain.

Newport on the river Nyfer is a picturesque small market town with a rich history.

Tenby, a wonderful, walled seaside town, with cobbled lanes and its iconic harbour and stunning beaches.

Narberth, situated in the heart of Pembrokeshire, has become a shopping haven for all things Pembrokeshire including sculpture, art and pottery.

Places to visit in Pembrokeshire include:

Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo with its vintage fun fair.

Oakwood Theme Park for thrills and screams.

Pembrokeshire Falconry where you'll have the opportunity to fly birds of prey yourself.

Oriel y Parc Art Gallery has one of the finest landscape galleries.

Milford Haven heritage and maritime museum covers everything from whaling to modern day petroleum.

Narberth Museum is filled with amazing exhibits and Tenby Museum tells the story of a fishing and trading port that became a fashionable resort.

The Last Invasion Tapestry in Fishguard is an amazing embroidered 30 metre long tapestry which tells the story of the 1797 last invasion on mainland Britain.

Beautiful beaches stretch the Pembrokeshire coastline including:

Freshwater West beach, a surfers paradise and featured in Ridley Scott's Robin Hood along with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

Barafundle Bay, an absolutely stunning, small bay backed by dunes and pine trees, accessible only by a half mile walk from the nearest car park.

Cwm y Eglwys is a sandy cove with a stream, perfect for rock pooling, the village also has a boat club.

There are a wealth of activities in Pembrokeshire including:

Golf: Pembrokeshire is home to no less than eight golf courses, including a links course in Tenby (a championship venue); St Davids City Golf Club overlooking Whitesands beach; Newport Links, an 18 hole course overlooking Newport Bay.

Sailing: Marina facilities are available at Milford Haven and Neyland, where most of a yachtman's needs are catered for.

For families with younger children, the disused railway lines such as The Tramway near Saundersfoot is ideal.

For a muddier route, try the Llys Y Fran Country Park, 6.5 miles around the reservoir (Bike wash available!).

Fishing trips can be taken from Tenby, Saundersfoot, Dale or St Davids.

There are an abundance of historic homes and gardens to visit in Pembrokeshire including:

Pembroke and Carew Castle, probably the finest in Pembrokeshire.

Cilgerran Castle commands a dramatic location perched high above the Teifi Gorge.

Picton Castle is a cross between a medieval castle and a fortified manor house also home to a beautiful woodland garden within 40 acres.

St Davids bishops palace, once home to the Bishops of St Davids.

The Tudor Merchants House in Tenby has been restored by the National Trust and recreates the home of wealthy merchants trading from Tenby during the 1500's.

The National Trust's Colby Woodland garden near Amroth is a garden for all ages.

Dyffryn Fernant, a six acre garden near Fishguard, started its life as a ‘complete wilderness'.

Some favourite restaurants to try in Pembrokeshire include:

Ultracomida – Spanish restaurant and delicatessen – 7 High Street, Narberth 01834 861491.

The Watermans Arms, Pembroke 01646 682718

Wisemans Bridge Inn, Saundersfoot 01834 813236

Chamilis Indian Restaurant and takeway with delivery service – 01834 8699415. Very good Sunday lunch.

The Fish Inn, Lower Fishguard. 01348 874033

Events within Pembrokeshire include:

Pembrokeshire Fish Week – June

Narberth Food Festival, winner of Gold for Best Event in the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards - takes place late September.

St Davids Cathedral Festival at the end of May.

The Fishguard Folk Festival at the end of May.

Fishguard International Music Festival in July.

Aber Jazz, Jazz and Blues Festival in Fishguard in August.

Tenby Blues Festival in November.


Prices & Availability

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  • rental notes on extra

    Owner called to discount 15% November dates
  • Contractual booking deposit: 33.00% rent

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