35 Bryn Road

Holiday Home in St Davids

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About 35 Bryn Road

35 Bryn Road is a traditional, stone, mid-terrace cottage in the heart of the popular tiny city of St Davids. The historical Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace, as well as its excellent range of shops, pubs, restaurants and galleries are all within a short stroll. This characterful cottage has white washed walls, exposed beams, slate floors and warm wood panelling to give it a simplistic rustic charm. The dual-aspect open plan living space has comfortable leather sofas and a wood burning stove for cosying round on those colder evenings. The compact, fitted kitchen leads out to a rear enclosed courtyard, a sheltered spot to enjoy an alfresco meal on a summer’s evening. Stairs lead to the pretty, white bedrooms above with wooden floors.

Perfectly positioned to enjoy all the facilities in St Davids, the nearest beach, Caerfai, is less than a 1 mile away, join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to explore this stunning coastline. Alternatively a short drive will take you to the sandy beach of Whitesands where families and professional surfers mingle. Enjoy a boat trip round or to Ramsey Island to really observe the bird and wildlife, different seasons bring different visitors including seals and shearwaters.

A cosy holiday retreat all year round.

Amenities

Within a mile of the sea/water Has Parking No Smoking Bath 2 + Double Beds Full Central Heating Real Fire/Woodburner Internet Access Washing Machine Dishwasher Freezer DVD Garden Furniture Towels For Hire Overhead Shower Shop Pub Golf Nearby

Layout & Facilities

Ground Floor: Hall, open plan lounge/kitchen/diner.

First Floor: Bunk room, 2 double rooms, cloakroom/whb/wc, bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc.

Parking: Roadside or spaces on opposite side of road.

Facilities: Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, larder fridge, table top freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, TV, DVD player, WiFi, iPod dock, patio furniture.

Pets: 1

Fuel Charges

Heating: Gas central heating, wood burning stove.

Fuel Charges: Electricity & Gas: FREE.

Access Statement

This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.

Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.

The property is approached via an A-road. Parking is on street; sometimes available opposite house; usually available within 20-30 metres. In busy times, can be 100m away. Easy access from residential road, over slight step at base of front door. No alternative entrance. Alternative entrance through 1 metre wide patio doors reached by three low steps. Garden extends to small courtyard; access through kitchen; slight step at base of back door. Ground floor facilities include open plan kitchen/lounge/diner. Kitchen has worktops and low-level oven. Narrow stairs with handrail to first floor. First floor includes three bedrooms, cloakroom/whb/wc and bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc. Steps across landing area, required to access toilet and bathroom from bedroom areas. No adaptations in bathroom; no handrail by bath. TV with teletext operated by remote control. Guide dogs welcome. Public transport (local bus service) approximately 100 metres to nearest bus stop.

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Kim, Steve & "Suki"

Had a fantastic week. Lovely coastal walks. Cottage – beautiful – equipped with everything. Thank you

Anita & Connie

What a lovely cottage – peace at last! Perfect location for coastal path walking and walking around the city with Connie Dog – we’ve had a lovely time – thank you.

Gareth & Yvonne

Well-equipped cottage. Back garden sitting area a lovely sun trap. Great coastal walks from St. Davids.

David & Alison

After many years trying, got onto a shear water boat trip in lovely weather. Heard the cuckoo for the first time in Pembs (below Carn Llidi). Enjoyed the Welsh rarebit at Porthgain and an afternoon on Marloes where the rocks in the middle of the beach make a great backrest for reading.

The Hughes Family

A really fine week weather wise and the coastal path flowers have been spectacular. We visited our 3 favourite art galleries – Goat Street first down the road here where Amanda’s embroideries and Daniel’s pottery and paintings can be seen; Harbour Lights in Porthgain with an eclectic mix of local artists and the West Wales Art Gallery in Fishguard where you can see David Tress’s pictures. The bookshop next door also has a great selection.

The Whiles

We enjoyed our holiday here, beds comfortable, nice and cosy. Had Sunday lunch at The Cwtch, good as usual. Takeaway fish and chips from the shed and really excellent seafood platter from Mrs 'Will the Fish' Solva. Lovely and fresh and well prepared. We would love to return to this cottage.

The Frost Family

A beautiful, cosy, pretty, well-equipped cottage only seconds from the high street and Cathedral. We will be back, thank you! Saffron Indian Restaurant in Non Street is excellent - big portions, excellent food and service and very good value.

The Redfords

An extremely well appointed and comfortable, dog friendly cottage. We have had a lovely winter break with surprisingly good weather for many of the days. Thank you.

The Owens Family

We've all had such a great time staying here, we really don't want to leave! :( The cottage is so cosy and well equipped. The children loved the toys and books and we loved the prosecco and peace and quiet! Thank you! We had some great days out to Whitesands, Solva, Porthgain. Loved the walk from Porthgain to the Blue Lagoon in Abereiddy. Visited the lifeboat in St. Justinian's. Great meals in The Sloop and The Shed in Porthgain, Cafe 35 in Solva, The Cross in St Davids and Pebbles Cafe, and Saffron Indian restaurant - excellent takeaway. Also Cathedral and Bishops Palace well worth a visit. We will be back - thank you! :) x

The Williams and Wally the Jack Russell.

A lovely, cosy, well appointed cottage in a great central location. We've had a great time on our first proper visit to St David's. Highlights for us were the coastal walks to Solva and back, walking up Carn Llidi and a trip to Porthgain and walks to and around Abereiddy. We have never experienced better fish and chips than at The Shed in Porthgain! We've been blessed with excellent weather this week which was an additional bonus. Many thanks again.

David & Sharon

Rating 9/10 We'd like to let you know that we had a wonderful stay in Hafan Bach Cymreig (35 Bryn Road). It really was a brilliant holiday in the perfect spot, such a great way to spend Christmas. It was very well appointed, stylish, everything spick and span. We loved the wood burner, which made the cottage lovely and toasty after blustery coastal walks - we walked about 70km, never taking the car once, it's probably the best location in West Wales for that, with the whole peninsula on the doorstep. The walk to/from Solva was our favourite, and Porthselau beach was dog-heaven. There was a lot of parking space on the road, either directly opposite the cottage or just around the corner on Meas-y-Hedydd. We were impressed with the amount and quality of utensils, cutlery, crockery the kitchen. The TV and DVD were perfect, the WiFi was fine, the beds were comfortable. The extra toilet was a bonus and very clean. We did find the Christmas tree eventually, and it was very nice, taking prime spot in the room. We visited St. David's last Christmas, when we stayed in Manorbier (with Coastal Cottages), and realised that it is prefect for christmas, because it doesn't shut down. There is a lot going on (the First Eucharist of Christmas service at the Cathedral on Christmas Eve was very special). Good pubs, restaurants, cafes and shops. I would recommend 35 Bryn Road to anyone, especially families with kids, loved all the games provided. Thank-you

Thorp family

Had great week with young baby! Enjoyed lazy days at Whitesands beach with good clean beach, cake, tea, surf and coastal walks, Anna's Welsh Zoo an hours drive worth it for family day out, rhinos and gibbons, lots of kids stuff. Del at St Davids food and wine in high street excellent for packed lunch ingredients,Also enjoyed food from the butchers and fish and chip shop,

Lyon family

We enjoyed a glorious week of mostly sunshine and from this perfect location for St Davids we Managed 2 fabulous walks one to Whitesands Bay and beyond, the second to Solva, The views are stunning, A visit to the cathredral is a must and with such good weather trips to the fabulous beaches of Whitesands,Newgale and Broad Haven especially and a joy, Visit to Oriel y Parc Gallery for glass printing class, enjoyable on a rainy day -Friday, Found the Farmers Arms a good place to eat. all in all we throughly enjoyed the week, Hope to return next week.

White family

Had a wonderful stay! St Davids is delightful and we found the cottage a perfect for location, facilities, comfort and well equipped. wish it was ours!

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