Cottage in Dinas Cross, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Pembrokeshire, Wales - Secluded And Minutes Walk To Its Own Beach
Mike and Aradhana Perry
About Mike and Aradhana Perry
The farm is owned by Mike and Aradhana Perry and family. We are slowly converting this great site into a rustic retreat. As well as our passion for this part of the world we want to share our love of good design and sustainable living.
Mike and Aradhana Perry purchased this Cottage in 2001
Why Mike and Aradhana Perry chose Dinas Cross
We spent our childhoods in North Pembrokeshire and were very lucky to buy Ffynnonofi in 2001. As soon as we saw this place we were completely blown away. The seclusion, the lay of the land and the views of the sea and Preselis make it very special.
What makes this Cottage unique
Wonderful views of the coast and mountains. It's quiet and secluded. Great access to beaches, the coastal path and Dinas village. Wildlife everywhere.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:30 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Wonderful location. Wonderful house
This is such a lovely location and a great house very close to the coast walk and with magnificent views.
Amazing house in a fabulous location
The property has a real wow factor with a cosy rustic vibe yet top of the range utilities. It is tastefully decorated with original artwork and feels special. The views are incredible and ponies and sheep graze by your door. The beach is nearby as are pubs and spectacular cliffs. The area has loads to do. All in all a very memorable place.
1st Class holiday
1 of our best ever holidays!!
Property owner, service and location were all top drawer, the views and scenery were to die for plus the atmosphere and respect for the surroundings couldn't be faulted.
The setting was idyllic, the property was genuinely very thoughtfully designed which made for a lovely experience and memorable holiday.
This is heaven
We had an absolutely perfect stay at Ffynnonofi. Mike and Aradhana were outstanding hosts - attentive, kind, and informative. The space is gorgeous and spacious and well-appointed without being overdone: everything we needed was there, but it still felt simple and comfortable. And, above all, the property and town and region are not to be missed. We had many beautiful mornings, days and nights eating while looking out over the meadow and ocean. Most days, we'd run or walk along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, which extends for many miles in both directions. A secluded and gorgeous beach is just a 5 minute walk away and off the beaten path, though there are beaches with more accomodations a short drive away. The neighboring towns have pubs and markets and everything else we might have needed to stay busy but not too busy. It was, in short, just an incredible stay. We're hoping to come back some day, and hope you'll give it a try.
My husband and I stayed here for 3 nights and it was fantastic from start to end. Beautiful location, surrounded by nature with great views of countryside and sea. Sitting and watching the sun go down each evening then getting the log fire going was so relaxing. The house is light, spacious and comfortable. Mike and Aradhana were really helpful, the local food and people were great. Whether you want to do some Pembrokeshire coast walking or just get away from your busy life this place is an absolute tonic. We are definitely breaking our rule of always staying somewhere different to return - we can’t wait!
Our beach is a 5 minute walk across the fields. It is a slate and rock beach in a dramatic setting. It is secluded and empty most of the time. It is safe for swimming. There are several sandy beaches a few minutes drive away.
We are 4 miles from Fishguard Harbour train station. The nearest airport is Cardiff.
We are 1 mile from Dinas Cross village and 3 miles from Newport and Fishguard.
The Stables is ideally located for some of the highlight spots in the North Pembs National Park. You are close to the sea and the Preseli mountains. There is a beach pub and restaurant just 15 minutes walk across our field and down the coastal path and two pubs in the village. There are a couple of mini markets for basics in the village and Newport has a great butchers and organic health food shop. There is a supermarket in Fishguard.
Pony trekking for adults and children nearby.