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Cottage in Abereiddy, Nr. St. David's Pembrokeshire, Wales - Delightful Location Only 50 Yards From Abereiddy Beach
The cottage is situated in the popular hamlet of Abereiddy. It is ideally located for walking, bird watching and painting. Surfing, coasteering and canoeing also take place on the beach. Abereiddy beach is interesting for children as it has sand, pebbles and rock pools. Children also enjoy searching for the fossils which can be found on the beach. The coast path offers long or short walks - all with splendid views of the sea - wild flowers, seals and different birds can be seen depending on the season.
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- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 18, 2018
About Margaret Mabey
Beach Cottage has been owned by my family since the 1950s and my husband and I took it over in 1980. It is our only holiday cottage and we love it. We have seen a lot of changes during those years from a sleepy hamlet where cattle grazed and geese swam on the small pond to the popular beach loved by locals and visitors alike, as it is today. We enjoy looking after Beach Cottage and hope that those who stay there enjoy themselves too.
Margaret Mabey purchased this Cottage in 1950
Why Margaret Mabey chose Llanrhian
My father bought the cottage in the 1950s so that family and friends could have access to a holiday by the sea. So many of us are grateful to him for his foresight.
What makes this Cottage unique
Young and old alike enjoy being so close to the beach, rock pools and surf as well as the Coastal Path for long or short walks. The wildlife that can be seen at different times of year is remarkable.
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
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Coast/Beach: The cottage is 50 yards from Abereiddy Beach which has grey sand and shingle as well as rock pools to explore. It is also on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and in the National Park. A walk north along the coast path will reveal the lovely Traeth Llyfn Beach and a little further along is the village and small port of Porthgain with its well known bistro and pub. Travel: A car is essential Distances: The cottage is 7 miles from St. David's with its splendid Cathedral and 11 miles from Fishguard which has an old harbour as well as a port and is the site of the 'last invasion of Britain'. Further Details: There are several good pubs in the area including The Sloop in Porthgain where there is also The Shed, a well known and regarded bistro. Coasteering is a very popular activity on Abereiddy beach. Other activities include exploring rock pools, looking for fossils and walking on the Coast Path to visit the Blue Lagoon.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
Changeover Day: Changeover day is a Friday. The cottage is available from 3pm on arrival day. Electricity is charged according to use. Please read the meter on arrival and departure. Please vacate by 10.30 on the day of departure.