- Enclosed garden - Ideal for water lovers - Close to Coastal Path - Close to amenities
Dog Friendly Holiday Information
Moorings Cottage is a lovely dog friendly property, which is ideal for any couple that would like the company of their best friend during their stay with us in Pembrokeshire. Close by you can entertain both your partner and pooch to a trip to Poppit Sands, a large sandy beach well worth a visit and dog friendly all year round. Back at your property you can all stretch your legs in the enclosed garden first thing in the morning, before heading off to explore the many wonders of our fantastic Pembrokeshire Coastal Path for the rest of the day.
Within 1 Mile of Sea/River
The Moorings is a cosy detached bungalow less than 100 yards from the banks of the river Teifi estuary, on the fringes of St Dogmaels with it’s ancient abbey ruins and heritage centre, working water mill and riverside inns all within walking distance. Poppit Sands is one mile away; the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path starts some 100 yds from the front door.
Comfortably furnished, the open plan living space leads onto a pretty Mediterranean style enclosed garden, with gravel and raised paved patio area with pots of geraniums and roses, well equipped for alfresco dining while admiring the views over sweet smelling gorse strewn hills.
A lovely romantic retreat.
This is a no smoking property.
No baby equipment provided - you are welcome to bring your own small travel cot.
Holiday Cottage Layout
Ground Floor - Entrance hall, open plan living/dining/kitchen area, double room, bathroom/shower attachment/whb/wc.
Electric hob and oven, fridge, microwave, washing machine, TV/Sky, CD/DVD player, barbecue, patio furniture.
Heating: Night storage heaters, electric ‘flame’ effect stove.
Electricity: Charged as used.
Parking: Ample including small boat and trailer by arrangement. Boat launching from slipway approximately 80 yards.
Pets: 2 small well behaved dogs.
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