Y Bwthyn is a delightful romantic cottage converted from an old cattle shed, it enjoys an enviable position only 400 yards above the sandy cove of Cwm yr Eglwys. Y Bwthyn offers panoramic sea views which stretch from Dinas Island to Newport Sands beach. Steps lead up from the large, shared lawn to your own decked patio with the most breathtaking views - the perfect spot to enjoy an alfresco meal and watch the sunset over the bay and the stars at night. The decked patio leads straight into the well-appointed cosy open plan living space, comfortably furnished throughout in a mix of modern contemporary and antique pieces in warm vibrant colours, while the welcoming bedroom is a cool relaxing retreat. Enjoy your breakfast sitting in the window and soak up the sea views.
Join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path on your doorstep and wander to Aberfforest Bay or why not explore the circular route round Dinas Island, or just relax down on the sand at Cwm yr Eglwys below you. The bustling town of Newport with its restaurants, pubs and shops is only a short drive away. A wonderful romantic retreat to recharge your batteries and once discovered you will not want to leave.
Secure and concealed interconnecting door to Perci Penrhiw Bach - 12257.
Can be booked together with 10% discount on request. This discount cannot be booked online, so please call 01437 767600 for further information.
Both Perci Penrhiw Bach & Y Bwthyn have been newly relaunched by the previous owners daughters.
Y Bwthyn is a dog friendly cottage property that is in a superb location for your pooch to enjoy the beach fun at Cwm Yr Eglwys bay. The delights for your dog do not end there either, you have the chance to explore the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path adventure leading to Aberfforest Bay right on your doorstep and Dinas Head, with Newport town and beaches only a short distance away.
Ground Floor: Open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, double room/ensuite shower room/whb/wc.
Parking: 1 space and plenty of room for a boat.
Facilities: Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, Smart TV, DVD player, free WiFi, towels, garden furniture.
Pets: 1 - £15 per pet per week/short break
Pet Notes: One. Livestock in surrounding fields, please keep dogs under control. Farmer may call to check sheep.
Heating: Night storage heaters.
Fuel Charges: Electricity £15 per week.
This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.
Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.
The property is reached from the main A coast road via a narrow road with passing places. The property is ¾ of a mile from the main road where there is a regular bus service. The entrance to the property is through double metal gates on to a large gravel parking area where there is room for several cars, as well as boat trailers to park. The approach to Y Bwthyn is along a short grass track. A car can be taken along this track from the main parking area and can be parked near the steps which lead up to the cottage. 7 wooden steps take you up to the small fenced decking area in front of Y Bwthyn. This area looks over a flat grass lawn area which is for visitors to use. The front door into the cottage has a very small step into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner which is all on 1 level with a table and chairs, sofa and kitchen area with standard height worktops. The 2 windows at the front give plenty of light and look out over the sea. There is a wall mounted TV in this room. The bedroom is reached through a short corridor and up an 8 and a half inch step. The bedroom is on 1 level with a double bed, cupboard and chest of drawers and bedside tables with 2 touch lamps, which are activated by touching them. The shower room leads straight off the bedroom, without a step. There is a good size shower with a sliding glass door cubicle. There is a small step into this. There is a basin with mirror, light and shaving point above and a standard wc. If Y Bwthyn is let in conjunction with Perci Penrhiw Bach the adjoining property's main access from the gravel parking area can be up a concrete slope and across a concrete veranda which then leads through a small wooden gate measuring 28.5” wide on to the decking area in front of Y Bwthyn avoiding the 7 wooden steps. If Y Bwthyn is let with the adjoining property Perci Penrhiw Bach the internal double insulated white panelled door near the bathroom in Perci Penrhiw Bach can be removed and the 2nd door to Y Bwthyn can be unlocked allowing access to this property down a small step. The double door and insulation would be completely removed in the 2 properties if they are let together. There would just be an ordinary door between the 2.
Brilliant! Do hope we get to visit again.
Wonderful views and relaxing. Made us feel at home. Plus lovely walks and lovely people. Thanks very much.
Thank you both so much, it's rare that you find accomodation that is as clean, warm and cosy as Y Bwythyn but your welcoming demeanour has made our stay a real pleasure, you will see us again! Many Thanks.
Arrived at 3.30pm weather not great but our home for the 4 days couldn't have been better. Thank you.
Our 2nd time here, we love it! Fabulous cottage, great weather and hospitality. Lovely meals in The Old Sailors and worth a drive to Porthgain and The Sloop Inn. Thank you.
Thank you both for a very warm welcome (thanks for the milk) nice touch!! Your cottage is beautiful with the most stunning views. It's a great base cottage for amazing coastal walks. We have been comfortable here and didn't need for anything. All mod cons provided. Thanks again and will see you again.
An extremely comfortable cottage - very snug.We have enjoyed the serenity of the location and also the fantastic views. Home from Home! Hope to see you soon.
Great weather/ swimming and walking. Lou lou's in Newport do really lovely lunches and take aways (even salad dressing!) The Old Sailors does lovely Lobster and crab.. yum yum! Really enjoyed this peaceful spot. Best views!
As lovely as last time. We are tempted to look up squatters rights to see if we can just refuse to move out! We know we must explore somewhere else but can't beleive anywhere will be as lovely with so many lovely walks on the doorstep and a view to die for!
Lovely week. Just one day of rain! Very dog friendly. Stunning view. So welcoming. Would love to come back.
What a wonderful view! And a very comfortable and welcoming cottage. Hope to come back.
Thank you so much for such an amazing introduction Wales. Such a relaxing place! We adored the views, walks, food, beaches and the cottage was just perfect for the three of us (Especially for our dog) We would love to think we will be back.
Very enjoyable few days in a comfortable cottage, good weather, good walks and good hosts, many thanks.PS shame to go back to the rat race.
We achieved everything we needed to this week, immaculate, comfy cottage, superb views, lots of walks and 'chill out times' many thanks.
Had a wonderful 4 days holiday. We visit Pembrokeshire a few times a year as we have friends in Cardigan and know it well, but we have never been to this part. We absolutely love it, the views are spectacular and your cottage is nioice and cosy. Would recommend it to anyone. Thank you.
Super week here in this cosy wee Chalet/ Appartment. Spectacular views! Enjoyed lots of sun, which really made my week extra special. Difficult to leave on this beautiful morning...
Lovely little house and nice welcome. Very nice here & great weather. Indain takeaway was good and delivered! Strumble Head good for the sunset. Thanks.
Well, what a lovely holiday. The people, the scenery, the cottage and even the weather! We have had such a lovely time exploring this part of Pembrokeshire. I can't wait to come back. Thank you for providing such a lovely location base for our explorations. PS Walks to/from Strumble Head are a must.
We have just had a marvellous week here relaxing and recuperating after a hectic few months in London. We will definitely be coming back! We loved this place, the decor, the bed, the walks - everything - just what you need to get away from things! Despite spots of rain, we made the best of it and had a fab time. I only picked this place because of the decor and it certainly didn't disappoint. Manorbier castle, Pembroke castle, St Davids cathedral, Poppit sands, Newport sands and Cardigan - we did as much as we could and loved it! Hope to be back in Summer climes.
Just reading previous comments makes us so proud to be Welsh, despite only living in Camarthenshire, the neighbouring County! We have managed to recharge out batteries in this wonderful part of North Pembrokeshire, Cwm yr Eglwys. What a perfect tranquil view to wake up to, breakfast on the decking in fresh air. Y Bwthyn is homely & so comfy for 2 people.
It goes without saying that the views surrounding the property are amongst the finest around, you'll already be aware. A walk around Dinas Head is a must see with a stop at the Old Sailors, Pwllgwaelod - a good resting point before returning along the much flatter and faster valley path. Whilst here, we have visited Cardigan & Tenby, both have a plentiful supply of boutiques abd 'rummage' shops. Tenby has a lovely cafe overlooking the beach, 'Cafe Vista', which does an excellent coffee and cake. Discovered a frozen food takeaway menu in Newport, just ask at the Wholefood Shop. Lucy our dog has made friends with the ponies and the sheep- quite a feat given that she's a border collie. Lovely hosts, have had a relaxing time.
Thank you for a relaxing week - no noise....wonderful! We were able to sleep in every morning. Good places to eat in Newport (would recommend booking as everywhere full for dinner). A great walk from here to Fishguard along the coastal path - but get there before 2.30 as everything stops serving lunch thereafter! Hunt out the local brewery & cheese makers... both delicious! We also loved the ponies!
We had a very enjoyable week. The view was amazing and the accommodation is lovely. We recommend going to see Cilgerran Castle as the views are stunning. If you bring a dog, the Golden Lion is dog-friendly and the food is fab! The owners are excellent hosts and if you have any questions they are more than happy to help. Even when it poured with rain, we have really enjoyed our week.
A very restful week in a truly beautiful setting . The accommodation was wonderful and the view just absolutely stunning - especially when the sun shone. The area in general (this is our first visit to Pembs) was very nice with lots of places of interest and lots of little lanes to explore. Wonderful!!
Wonderful week spent in a fabulous cottage in a lovely setting. Weather has been amazing, sunshine all the way apart from one day, who needs 'abroad'? We used the 'Food Trail Guide' one morning to get more unusual places - Caws Cenarth(cheese) and Wendy Brandon(preserves)are both excellent. The Morawelon at Newport Parrog waterfront is excellent for food. Beaches at Newport Sands, Whitesands, Poppit and just down the lane, Cwm yr Eglwys, were all tested and approved!.
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