No.37 High Street, St.Davids
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No.37 – Welsh Cottage in the heart of St. Davids
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This beautiful cottage located right at the heart of the Cathedral City of St. Davids. Recently refurbished to the highest standard. The cottage is a tasteful fusion of traditional and contemporary welsh style, sourcing locally made products and furnishings – traditionally made woollen stair runners, rugs and blankets from the Woollen Mill at Solva to modern screen printed cushions by Blodau Bach made right here in St. Davids.
Located on the High Street, just seconds away from the historic market square, No. 37 provides accommodation for 4-5 people. It is centrally heated, has instant hot water on demand and has a lovely gas flame fire for those cosy nights in the sitting room. Free internet access is provided via wifi and a smart TV allows access for film downloads, catch up to etc. The sitting room, whilst having a low traditional open beamed ceiling, is quite spacious. It comfortably seats up to 6 and is filled with sunlight all year ’round due to its southern aspect. The kitchen is surprisingly generous for a cottage, offering a dedicated cooking area, pantry style larder and a dining area for 6 guests. It also has its own little boot room with a reclaimed church ideal area to sit and take off those coats and boots after a day’s to unload all the beach stuff following a day in the sunshine. There’s a washer dryer tucked into the larder, as well as a fridge and a dishwasher. Just off this boot room is another space, previously the old pantry, it’s now a cool little wc and shower for showering away the beach sand and hanging up those wetsuits.
Although on the High Street, a sleepy rural High Steet, the cottage is quite peaceful. It is set back from the road by a little garden which is basked in sunshine all day long, with room for sitting and chatting to passers by as well as providing space for a car. For more peaceful and private relaxation there a cosy little courtyard just by the back door, with a large grassed garden leading off, with plenty of space for the kids to play, days of sunbathing and ideal for evening barbecues on the balmy summer nights.
Upstairs has 3 delightful bedrooms, one king size and two singles. There is enough room for an additional temporary bed for parties of 5 if need be. These are all light and airy, decorated in a traditional style, but with delightful modern touches and twists, providing the perfect settings to relax, chill and sleep.
All local amenities are on the doorstep, great delis, a local fruit and veg shop, banks, cafes, pubs and all seconds away. The nearest beach is just a 10 minute walk and is also dog friendly, as is the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastal path, where a traveller really does get a great taste for this land of myths and legends. Just a some 20yards away are pick up and drop off points for all public transport, which provides links to our beaches, coastal paths, North and South Pembrokeshire, and with rail links to the rest of the country.
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