Winters Cottages

Escape, Relax, Wander

Charming family cottage offering stunning views over the countryside and is well situated for nearby towns and beaches to explore and make memories in.

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Sleeps 6

Sleeps a total of 6 people, 2 of which are using bunk beds.

3 Bedrooms

One double, one twin and one bedroom with bunk beds.

3 Bathrooms

Including one wetroom, one en-suite and one bathroom.

Pets Welcome

Winters Cottages welcome pets at no extra charge.

uninterrupted views of the Pembrokeshire countryside

Winters Cottage offers the perfect family property with truly beautiful uninterrupted views of the Pembrokeshire countryside and the Preseli Hills beyond. Relax with a glass of wine and take in the stars from your very own private hot tub and relax! Winters Cottage has been lovingly restored to a very good standard throughout with lots of thought and care taken into retaining the character of this traditional Welsh Slate cottage.

About Winters Cottage

Relax with a glass of wine and take in the stars from your very own private hot tub and relax! Winters Cottage has been lovingly restored to a very good standard throughout with lots of thought and care taken into retaining the character of this traditional Welsh Slate cottage. There are exposed slate walls and beams with some modern touches to include Smeg appliances, roll top bath en-suite bathroom and even a TV bed within the master bedroom. Winters Cottage is nestled within a small cul-de-sac of three traditional cottages along a private lane and is near to the hamlet of Bleanffos and the larger village of Crymch. The golden sands of Newport are around 20 minutes’ drive away and are the perfect spot to unwind, build sand castes or enjoy some watersports like kayaking or canoeing.

Winters Cottage offers a large living room complete with focal wood burner which leads into a large sun room and dining area that opens directly to the south facing patio and of course, your hot tub. The galley style kitchen offers every convenience for cooking that special meal and you can enjoy formal dining in the sun room. On the first floor each bedroom has been finished to a very good standard with open beams and exposed slate work along with the family bathroom complete with roll top bath and overhead monsoon style shower.

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Winters Cottage Details

Ground Floor:
Tiled floors throughout.

Living Room:
With wood burner, 32″ Freeview TV, DVD player, CD player and beams.

Sun Room/Dining Room:
With French doors leading to patio.

Kitchen: 
Galley style with electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer and beams.

Wet Room:
With shower and toilet.

First Floor:
Beamed throughout.

Bedroom 1:
With double bed, Freeview TV and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.

Bedroom 2:
With twin beds and Freeview TV.

Bedroom 3:
With bunk bed and Freeview TV.

Bathroom:
With shower over roll-top bath, toilet and heated towel rail.

Winters Cottage Features

Barbecue

Garden / Patio

Stairgate

WiFi

Green Scheme

Hot Tubs - Private

Dishwasher

Pets - No Charge

Woodburning Stove

Washing Machine

Ground Floor Wet Room

Parking - On-Site

Enclosed Garden / Patio

Rural Location

Decorated At Christmas

Newly Listed Property

Entrance Ramp / Level Access

Shower Cubicle

Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and a welcome pack are all included. Initial logs for wood burner also included. Enclosed lawned garden with patio and garden furniture. Hot tub for 5 (private). Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: There is restricted headroom on top bunk in bedroom 3.

This Propery Has A Security Deposit Of £150

Out & About

Nearby Crymych offers a local pub where you can enjoy some home cooking and local ales along with a variety of shops at the centre of Pembrokeshire. The dramatic North Pembrokeshire coastline and Cardigan Bay are all within a 20 minute drive to include some truly beautiful beaches with Poppet Sands, Newport Sands and Mwnt really worth the visit. A great day out for all is the walled town of Tenby complete with beach, cobbled streets and a host of eateries and craft shops. Beach 8 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 4½ miles.

Days Out & Attractions

As a starting pointwhy not take a look at…

Dyfed Shire Horse Farm – SA41 3SY – 01239 891107 – 2.7 miles – 5 mins drive
Why not combine this with a trip over the Preseli Mountains, a visit to the Iron Age Fort of Castell Henllys – SA41 3UR – 01239 891319 or a stop off at Newport Beach or Moylegrove Cove in the National Coastal Park. Find your way to the Penrallt Garden Centre SA43 3BX as a starting point for several lovely walks including down to Moylegrove cove (it can be quite steep on the way back up). There is also an opportunity to stop at Pentre Ifan SA41 3TZ (there’s a walk on www.gps-routes.co.uk) also Candle Factory nearby SA42 0QN.

National Trust Cilgerran Castle – SA43 2SF – 01239 621339 – 4.6 miles – 9 mins drive
Why not combine this with a visit to the –
Welsh Wildlife Centre – SA43 2TB – 01239 621600 – 6.5 miles – 13 mins drive

St Dogmaels Abbey – SA43 3DX – 01239 615389 – 6.7 miles – 11 mins drive
Why not combine this with a stop at the coffee shop and visitor centre. There is also the
Y Felin working mill opposite and Poppit Sands beach and coffee shop a short drive onwards through the village.

Cardigan Castle andTown Centre – SA43 1JA – 01239 615131 – 6.7 miles – 12 mins. A great half day out that you could combine with a visit to the National Trust Mwnt Beach with its tiny white chapel and you may even have time for the Cardigan Island Farm Park – SA43 1PR – 01239 623637 which is well worth a visit on a nice day. Spectacular views and in addition to their own animals and facilities, an opportunity to see wild seals from the viewing point (tip: try clapping your hands to get their attention)

The Cilwendeg Shell House Hermitage –if you are in the area a hidden gem that’s free to visit if you have half an hour to spare but unfortunately only open on selected days and times of the year. Check online for details.

Cenarth village – the river Teifi runs rapidly through this village where you can visit the Coracle Centre, stop for a snack or maybe make time for a visit to Caws Cenarth Cheese Factory nearby, it’s free to visit and you may even come back with some local cheese to enjoy.
Pony Trekking – try Preseli Pony Trekking – SA66 7SE – 01994 419592 who can take you through the Preseli Mountains and other scenic locations to see the best the area has to offer on horseback.

Skomer Island Day Trips – SA43 2TB – 01239 621600 – visit the thousands of Puffins who make Skomer their home for a few months of the year. Available April to September, weather dependant, but trips are strictly limited to 250 tickets per day and pre-booking is not permitted. It is recommended to arrive early to queue for tickets.

Ffynone Falls – SA38 9JS – a short flat walk with free parking to see the local Ffynone falls waterfall, a beautiful spot to visit when you have a spare hour

Try searching for walks along the Coastal Path for great opportunities to see the area. Remember to keep dogs on a lead and to take care when walking. There are a couple of books at the cottage which you can photograph and use as a guide. Alternatively visit the websites or tourist information centres listed below for ideas and advice.

Add to this, in no particular order…

Folly Farm – SA68 0XA – 01834 812731 – the number one attraction in Pembrokeshire is a must see for families and animal lovers alike.

Manor House Wildlife Park – SA70 8RJ – 01646 651201 – a 52-acre zoo owned my celebrity Anna Ryder-Richardson.

Heatherton World of Activities – SA70 8RJ – 01646 652000 – pay as you go activities such as go karting and zip wire.

Gwilli Heritage Railway – SA33 6HT – 01267 238213 – vintage steam train rides, check their website or Facebook page for details and timetables.

Rheidol Heritage Railway – SY23 1PG 01970 625819 – a 12 mile route between Aberystwyth and Devils Bridge with its famous waterfalls.

The Blue Lagoon – SA67 8DE – 01834 862410 – indoor waterpark with slides, lazy river and wave machine. An excellent choice for a rainy day although booking is highly recommended as it can get busy.

Oakwood Theme Park – SA67 8DE – 01834 815170 – check online for opening times and ticket prices.

West Wales Museum of Childhood –SA44 5EY – 01559 370428 – enjoying 4.5 stars on TripAdvisor and an interesting stop-off for all ages.

Carew Castle and Tidal Mill – SA70 8SL – 01646 651782 – a 13th century castle which organises themed days during peak time and gives an insight into the varied history of the castle and area.

Scolton Manor–SA62 5QL – 01437 731328 – a Victorian country house which organises a variety of events throughout the year.

Tenby, Tenby Lifeboat Centre and nearby Saundersfoot – very popular seaside towns with cobbled streets and Tenby boasting 3 beaches. From Tenby you can get a boat to Caldey island in the Summer months, booking is recommended.

Adventure Beyond / Cardigan Bay Active– SA43 1EX – SA44 5LQ –01239 612133 – 07787 123761 – outdoor adventure companies offering activities in West Wales.

Llangrannog Activity Centre – SA44 6AE – 01239 652156 – dry ski slope, tobogganing, swimming pool, climbing centre, ropes challenge, trampolining, go-karting, quad bikes, horse trekking, adventure course, Archery, Walking. Check website for details.

Narberth village – SA67 – a nice stop off on your way to the South Pembrokeshire towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot.

Aberaeron coastal village – SA46 – an array of painted houses, shops and eateries, located on the coast, a popular stop off on route to other destinations.

New Quay – SA45 – Dolphin Boat Trips and seaside town – there is also a Honey Bee Farm SA44 6NN which you can visit while in the area.

St David’s – SA62 – the small city with a big cathedral. Why not visit the remote Melin Tregwynt working wool mill on your way there or back – SA62 5UX. Producers of the famous welsh wool patternswith coffee shop. Or for those less squeamish there is Dr Beyman’s Bug Farm and Restaurant near St David’s.

National Trust Bosherston Lily Ponds and Stackpole– SA71 5DR – offer a spectacular display of waterlilies at certain times of the year but is a lovely day out at any time of the year. You can then walk onwards to Broadhaven Beach.

National Wool Museum – SA44 5UP – 0300 111 2333 – visit for free and combine it with a walk about the village of Newcastle Emlyn with its shops and local artist with gallery, Helen Elliot

This is by no means all there is to do within an hour of the cottage, but we hope it will help to inform you of some of the days out you can enjoy any time of the year in this beautiful part of the world.

Further afield – these can still be visited in a day but they do havea longer drive to get to…

National Trust Dolaucothi Gold mines

Zip world and Bounce Below

The National Botanical Garden of Wales

Pembrey Country Park

Websites to visit to help get the most from your stay…

www.visitpembrokeshire.com
www.tripadvisor.co.uk
www.discovercarmarthenshire.com
www.discoverceridigion.com
www.visitmidwales.co.uk
www.visitwales.com
www.nationaltrust.co.uk

There is a tourist information centre located in the cinema reception area, Cardigan and Newport High St.

There is a Cardigan Town App, Cardigan Castle App and theatre Mwldan App for cinema and theatre listings. Download free from your App store.

Food & Drink

Pembrokeshire and adjoining Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire have a wide variety of places to eat and drink. Please feel free to recommend great places to visit for future guests.

This is by no means an extensive list but will kickstart your search of excellent local businesses.

Try TripAdvisor for great reviews of local places to eat, drink and days out.

Try to Google businesses for menu’s and opening times and we always recommend phoning ahead to check availability and nutritional requirements.

Search for businesses on social media for their latest updates.

A brief snapshot of some of the most well-regarded pubs and restaurants locally are:

The Nags Head in Boncath – 5.5 miles. 10 mins drive SA37 0HJ – 01239 841200
The Ferry Inn – St Dogmaels – 7 miles. 10 mins drive SA43 3LF – 01239 615172
The Golden Lion in Newport – 7.7 miles. 12 mins drive SA42 0SY – 01239 820321
The Canteen in Newport – SA42 0PH – 01239 820131
The Old Sailors in Newport – SA42 0SE – 01348 811 491
The Daffodil in Newcastle Emlyn – 14.9 miles. 27 mins drive SA44 5NG – 01559 370343

In and around Cardigan High Street – 7 miles. 12 mins drive:

Cardigan Castle Restaurant, 1176 – Upmarket dining – SA43 1JA – 01239 615131
The Grosvenor Pub – Carvery and Pub meals – SA43 1HY – 01239 613792
El salsa – MexicanStreet food – SA43 1DB – 01239 613705
Pizza Tipi – SeasonalWood-fired Pizza – SA43 1EZ – 01239 623784
Food For Thought – Coffee Shop and Restaurant – SA43 1JL – 01239 621863
Crwst – SA43 1BU – Coffee Shop and Restaurant – 01239 611278
Abduls Tandoori–Indian Cuisine – SA43 1HR – 01239 615371

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