Charming cottage set in a town location yet close to the sea and harbour where you can walk to the shops, pubs and cinema, and is ideally positioned to explore Pembrokeshire with coastal path nearby.
Delightful end of terrace cottage sitting conveniently in the heart of bustling Fishguard, opposite Theatr Gwaun, next to a health food shop and close to the post office. The coastal path is just a short walk away and leads to the picturesque harbour at ‘lower town’, with excellent shops, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs, and even the opportunity of viewing the Last Invasion Tapestry, created in the style of the Bayeux Tapestry. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path stretches for 186 miles and runs towards Dinas Head and stunning Newport Sands, where you can watch dolphins and seals. Visit the Newport Links Golf Course, situated nearby, with stunning bay views, or head to the stunning Preseli Hills and St Davids, the UKs smallest city, with its magnificent cathedral, making this a perfect destination for couples and families alike.
Enter into the lobby and through to the inner hallway, leading to a lovely lounge with period features, high ceilings and a cosy wood burner, creating a delightful ambience in which to relax and unwind with a good book, there is also a piano here which will be locked, however use of the piano can be arranged with the owner. Head through to the comfortable dining room, with table and chairs, a wood burner effect electric fire, a couple of armchairs and a TV/DVD. A doorway leads to the sunny kitchen with electric oven and induction hob, fridge/freezer and the utility room with washing machine. From the main hallway, head down one step, to a very handy lower ground floor wet room with shower and WC. Heading up the stairs from the ground floor there is a split-level where you will find the bathroom with bath, separate shower and WC. Continuing up to the first floor, there is the master bedroom with super-king-size bed, a double bedroom with beautiful ornamental fireplace and a third room which houses a travel cot. Up a further flight of stairs to the second floor is the large twin bedroom, which looks over the town and even has a sea view over the rooftops, making it an ideal bolthole for children and teenagers.
Outside there is an enclosed courtyard garden accessed from the utility room with table and chairs and a chiminea so that conversations can flow into the night. There is roadside parking available nearby, subject to availability, however there is space to unload the car on arrival. There is further parking available in the public car park approximately 150 yards away.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.