Cosy Cottage is a charming two-bedroom stone cottage located in the harbour town of Fishguard, Pembrokeshire. The cottage is pleasantly modernised throughout.
Only a few minutes’ walk from Cosy Cottage are shops, supermarkets, restaurants, pubs and galleries and the Marine Walk with views overlooking the ferry port (daily sailings to Ireland) and the Old Harbour with its pretty cottages (used as the film location for Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood). The town library houses a tapestry commemorating the Last Invasion of mainland Britain in 1797.
Community-owned Gwaun Theatre shows the latest films and occasionally locally produced plays and musicals. Fishguard has an annual Folk festival at the end of May bank holiday respectfully, International Music Fest in the last week of July and the Aberjazz festival over the August bank holiday.
Even without a car you can take a bus to nearby Newport, Cardigan, St Davids, and Porthgain. If you are walking the Pembrokeshire Coast path nearby, a small bus will bring you back to Fishguard from your destination. A great base to enjoy the stunning scenery of Pembrokeshire. Cosy Cottage is next to Wallis Cove.
Cosy Cottage sleeps 3 in 1 upstairs bedroom: 1 double. There is also a single bed downstairs
Bedroom 1: double bed, chest of drawers, table with mirror, 2 bedside cabinets, chair, stool
Bathroom: bath with shower over, WC, hand basin
Sitting room: 3-seater sofa, armchair, 42” Freeview TV/DVD, dining table seating 4
Kitchen: halogen hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge freezer, washer/dryer
Small box room: single bed, window to garden
Small back garden with shrubs and garden furniture. Front garden. Parking in nearby public car park.
- Bed linen and towels provided. Please bring your own beach towels
- Gas central heating
- Heating and electricity included
- Free WiFi
- Two well behaved dog welcome at no extra charge
- No smoking