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Seaspray Cottage, Fishguard
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Fishguard Coastal Cottage
- Seaspray is one of 2 pretty detached traditional Pembrokeshire cottages [Sea Breeze Cottage(1156)] in a stunning unique location with uninterrupted sea views across the fields to Fishguard Bay.
- The cottage is set in a miniature wild life sanctuary of more than 50 acres of grass and National Trust heathland and at the end of a long country lane, a wonderful location for lovers of peace and tranquillity, wildlife, naturalists, artists, photographers and walkers alike.
- There is a ground floor bedroom and bathroom and a large original inglenook in the sitting room from where a staircase leads up to a twin bedroom and cosy seating area with a sloping ceiling, furnished with a futon sofa, 2 armchairs, cd/radio, books and games.
- Relax in the pretty south facing front garden with its rose/lavender hedge - the private rear garden is bordered by a small stream - do take care with small children please.
- Seaspray was once home to celebrated local hero William Morgan. On a dark windswept night in 1920 he rescued the captain and chief officer of the Dutch sailing schooner 'Hermina'. [Read his remarkable story here (http://www.qualitycottages.co.uk/aroundwales/pembrokeshire-holiday-cottage)]
All Wales Coastal Path & Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
- A footpath from the cottage leads to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path (part of the All Wales Coastal Path) and National Trust headland - spectacular scenery and glorious sunsets, ponies and cattle graze the cliffs during the summer and winter, a wondrous variety of wild flowers in the spring, fabulous sea bird and marine life - seals with their pups make their home at the foot of the cliffs in the autumn.
- This hamlet with its picturesque quay and harbour is a short walk away along the Coastal Path or a 5 minute drive.
- Enjoy a drink at the ancient local pub - the Ship, popular with locals and visitors alike - and frequented by both Richard Burton (Under Milk Wood) and Gregory classic films including Under Milkwood & Moby Dick were filmed in the estuary here a
- This small sandy beach bounded by cliffs with views across Fishguard Bay - a smugglers cove with a pub - The Sailors Safety, now famous for its sea food -
Cwm yr Eglwys
- A a short walk (0.5m) from Pwllgwelod or a drive down a narrow country lane takes you to this pretty cove with its sandy beach overlooked by the romantic ruins of the 12th century Church of Saint Brynach.
- A great favourite with families and renowned for having its own microclimate - a few degrees hotter and dryer compared to other parts of the Pembrokeshire coast.
This vibrant seaside village is a short drive away - sample good food at award winning restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, browse art and craft galleries and for golfers there is a fabulous links golf course overlooking the sweeping sands of the River Nevern estuary - a wonderful spot for estuarine bird watching.
Coastal cottage with fabulous views
- An ideal cottage for a truly memorable holiday with lots to see and do nearby.
Property address: Hen Trecenny, Fishguard, Pembs, SA65 9SR