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The vibrant harbour at Porthgain with the cottage on the left hand side
The beautiful harbour just 160m from your door
Sweet cottage in a fabulous coastal hamlet just 160m from the harbour
Porthgain has a sweet harbour, pub, restaurant and art gallery to enjoy
A cosy lounge with characterful beams and a warming electric fire
A well-equipped kitchen/diner with a light and airy feel and stairs to gallery
A romantic clog loft bedroom with a large floor space but restricted height
Ground floor wet room with WC
Perfect for walkers with the coastal path stretching out in either direction
Lovely sea views and access to the coastal path
Nearby Abercastle with shingle beach and boats bobbing in the water
1 / 11  The vibrant harbour at Porthgain with the cottage on the left hand side
2 / 11  The beautiful harbour just 160m from your door
3 / 11  Sweet cottage in a fabulous coastal hamlet just 160m from the harbour
4 / 11  Porthgain has a sweet harbour, pub, restaurant and art gallery to enjoy
5 / 11  A cosy lounge with characterful beams and a warming electric fire
6 / 11  A well-equipped kitchen/diner with a light and airy feel and stairs to gallery
7 / 11  A romantic clog loft bedroom with a large floor space but restricted height
8 / 11  Ground floor wet room with WC
9 / 11  Perfect for walkers with the coastal path stretching out in either direction
10 / 11  Lovely sea views and access to the coastal path
11 / 11  Nearby Abercastle with shingle beach and boats bobbing in the water

The Street At Porthgain

Porthgain, West Wales
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Romantic
Towels included
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At a glance

  • A fantastic coastal location with the harbour just a short walk away
  • Super pub and restaurant right by the harbour
  • Great spot for launching your own kayaks
  • Coastal path stroll to sandy beach within walking distance
  • Visit the beautiful blue lagoon at Abereiddy just a few miles
  • St Davids with cathedral and bishop’s palace seven miles away
Property code: 61170

A very sweet, coastal cottage by the picturesque harbour in Porthgain. Pretty hamlet with super pub and restaurant and walks galore. A great holiday venue any time of the year.

A delightful cottage, in a row of similar properties, just a short walk from the beautiful harbour at Porthgain. This pretty hamlet is a real jewel of the Pembrokeshire coast, with a fabulous pub, restaurant and even an art gallery. It is a great spot for kayaking, for those with their own kayaks. The coastal path runs right through and offers walks to stunning Abereiddy, with renowned blue lagoon and beach and also Traeth Llyfn – with steps right down to the sandy beach, which is less than a mile away. St Davids, the UK's smallest city, with breath-taking cathedral, bishop’s palace, tea rooms and good range of independent shops is just seven miles away and the perfect day out for all ages.

Enter this former quarry workers cottage in to the hallway, where there is a doorway to the lounge. This cosy room has a sofa (sofa bed for alternative sleeping) and TV. The kitchen has an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment and a washing machine. This room has a gallery, as was synonymous with ‘crog’ lofts, providing a partial upper floor for sleeping. As part of a substantial refurbishment in 2018, the new staircase leads to this mezzanine area which now forms a delightful, romantic king-size bedroom, with bags of character but restricted height. There is a wet room with shower and WC on the ground floor. An excellent base for couples that enjoy a truly authentic seaside experience.

Outside there is a lovely patio area with table and chairs, where you can hear the waves lap at the shoreline. There is roadside parking subject to availability.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 1 bedroom - king-size – restricted height (sofa bed in lounge for alternate sleeping)
  • 1 shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment and washing machine
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Roadside parking subject to availability
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Harbour, pub, restaurant and beach within walking distance
  • TV in lounge

This property is personally managed by Jessica.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 19 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Christine 1st February 2020

Perfect cottage for two. Extremely well equipped, clean and comfortable. Great welcome from owners who recommended many walks. Porthgain is a lovely village served by a pub and excellent fish restaurant. Hard to beat!

Reviewed by COLLETTE 28th December 2019

Excellent location..well equipped cottage and some really nice little touches that made it just that lottle bit special.

Reviewed by Lynn 16th November 2019

We had an amazing time. Place is beautiful. Would 100% recommend and will be going back. Thank you Jan and Pete for greeting us and making us so welcome. Everything and more in cottage, spotless, comfortable, just great.

Reviewed by Michael 9th November 2019

Excellent location and very well appointed. It felt like a home from home. A very enjoyable stay.

Reviewed by Jane 3rd November 2019

We had a lovely holiday in Porthgain the owners had thought of everything . The limited headroom in the bedroom was no problem and the bed was extremely comfortable. The kitchen was very well equipped. Lovely cosy cottage in great location.

Reviewed by Ann 12th October 2019

Lovely, clean well equipped cottage. Welcomed by the lovely owners who told us some history of the cottage and explained how everything worked, also welcoming gift of milk butter welsh cakes and tea. Everything you could need provided including towels tea towels condiments etc. Lots of local information books, etc. There is restricted headroom in tRead morehe bedroom but not a problem and we are tall, and more than made up for by the comfortable bed. great location. Best cottage we have stayed in. Hide

Reviewed by Christina 5th October 2019

Had a lovely holiday didnt want to leave

Reviewed by Lindsay 31st August 2019

We have had a lovely week at No 1 The Street, Porthgain, and look forward to staying again in the future. The property is an historic cottage which is very clean, comfortable, well equipped and with a comfortable bed. We love the location close to the little harbour and the Pembrokeshire coastal path. It is within easy walking distance to The SloopRead more and The Shed for food and drink. We were given a very warm welcome from the owners who were keen to ensure we had an enjoyable week. Hide

Reviewed by Steven 15th June 2019

The locals are very friendly the men at the gallery 3 doors down always had time for a quick chat and his dog Sean.i would definitely recommend the cottage it made our holiday even the half day of bad weather we had was still enjoyable 10/10

Reviewed by Peter 8th June 2019

This cottage is a lovely old fisherman's cottage cleverly converted to have the bedroom on a mezzanine level. This bedroom is a very good size with plenty of cupboards and a large comfy bed. Two pairs of roof trusses do restrict headroom but we quickly became used to them. The kitchen is very well equipped with good work surfaces and plenty of cupbRead moreoards. The property overall is very clean. The owner greeted us and is extremely friendly and helpful. Hide

Reviewed by Pauline 1st June 2019

Excellent, well equipped cottage. Great location for coastal walks and to explore St. Davids / Fishguard area. Lovely warm welcome from Pete and Jan who familiarised us with cottage. Grateful for welcome pack containing Welsh tea, Welsh cakes,Welsh butter, jam and milk Great pub and fish&chip restaurant only yards away. Would love to return soon.

Reviewed by Tony 25th May 2019

An historic cottage which was part of the slate and stone industry of Porthgain. Booklets at the cottage explained the fascinating story of the village'sm industrial past. The coastal bus calls into the village which enalbe the linking of coastal walks.

Reviewed by Simon 11th May 2019

Excellent cottage. Well presented, clean and comfortable. Very happy with our week's stay there.

Reviewed by Heather 4th May 2019

Very well equipped cottage friendly welcome.great area to explore the coastal path.

Reviewed by Jonathan 16th March 2019

Lovely cottage in a superb location , one of the best cottages we have stayed in. Extemely comfortable, well equiped, clean and tidy. Very friendly local community with great places to dine and drink locally. Great walks along the Pembrokeshire coastal path on your door step. Wouldn't hesitate on a return visit.

Reviewed by Nigel 11th March 2019

everything we could have wished for for a really nice short break away.

Reviewed by Patricia 23rd February 2019

Lovely warm welcome from the owner. The cottage is well equipped warm, clean and comfortable. Fantastic walks along the coast path from right outside the front door.

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Location

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