Agos y Mor Holiday Cottage in Nr St Davids
This unique, detached, cottage is situated in a most wonderful location, your only neighbours are the seabirds, badgers and rabbits; a sanctuary from the rigours of modern life. A winding lane leads from the cottage to the beach and from there you can follow the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to Caerfai Beach and the city of St Davids to the west, or the pretty harbour of Solva to the east with its shops, pubs and restaurants clustering round this magical inlet.
Enjoy exploring the tiny city of St Davids with its excellent shops, pubs, restaurants and galleries, as well as the historical Cathedral and Bishops Palace. The beach at Whitesands should not be missed, popular with families and keen surfers, take a boat trip from here or the nearby St Justinian's to the bird and wildlife sanctuary at Ramsey Island, September is a special time of year with the arrival of the baby seals.
You can enjoy the view from the south-facing conservatory/dining area, experiencing the morning light over the bay, and winter sunsets. Comfortably furnished, the cosy sitting room has a wood burning stove; while the sunny conservatory enables you to look down through a picturesque valley to Caerbwdi Cove, St Brides Bay and Skomer Island on the horizon.
Agos y Mor is a delightful holiday retreat in a special and tranquil setting, suitable for any time of year.
No children under 3 years of age please.
Ground Floor: Sitting room, conservatory/dining room, kitchen, double room, twin room, bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc.
Facilities: Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble drier, TV, DVD player, WiFi, towels for hire @ £5 per person, per week, telephone for incoming calls, garden furniture, lockable bike shed.
Heating: Log burner stove, electric night storage and convectors.
Electricity: £10 per week, free July & August.
General: Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV, DVD player, WiFi, towels for hire @ £5 per person, per week, telephone for incoming calls, lockable bike shed, picnic table and barbecue.
We are sadly packing up and preparing to return home after a truly memorable two weeks in this beautiful place. We were entertained every evening by a pair of devoted but very comical pigeons. A very smart cock pheasant also called each morning to strut his stuff and claim territory on the grass in front of the sun room. Herons flew up the valley and perched on a large hawthorn tree by the side of the stream in the field adjacent. If you are lucky enough to have clear skies at night, do some star gazing - no light pollution - it's amazing to see the moon reflected on the waters in front of the cottage is magical.