Self-catering accommodation for up to six guests
The Courtyard House is a spacious character semi-detached holiday house in the pretty village of St Dogmaels. This comfortable house has a lovely open plan living area with a wood burning stove. Here you will find a generously sized dining table for meals and access to the pretty courtyard through the French doors. There is further dining space in the inviting well equipped kitchen, and a backdoor gives further access to the courtyard.
On the first floor there are 3 pretty bedrooms. One with a king sized bed, one double and one with full sized bunk beds. There is a spacious family bathroom with both shower and bath.
Up a further flight of stairs there is a small shower room and toilet.
The Courtyard House is a perfect base for exploring beautiful North Pembrokeshire.
St. Dogmaels is a pretty village on the edge of the river Teifi, It has a completely renovated working water mill where you can buy flour and bread, the ruins of a 12th century Abbey, with an interesting Heritage centre and delightful tea room, as well as a good selection of pubs, a fish and chip shop and a village shop selling all the essentials. There is a fantastic Tuesday produce market where you can buy an excellent selection of local produce that is all grown, reared or manufactured within a radius of 30 miles of St Dogmaels.
It is only a short drive to the beautiful Poppit Sands beach from the property. This large Blue flag beach is a popular family destination with plenty of space to roam. There are so many other lovely beaches in the area, Mwnt, Penbryn, Llangrannog, Newport sands and Aberporth to name a few! All within an easy drive, these beaches are all different and worth visiting. You will no doubt find your own favourite.
St. Dogmaels is an idea base for walkers. It is the start or finish of the 186 mile Pembrokeshire coast path, which is part of the spectacular Wales Coast Path. The local coastal buses can take you to the start of your walk, or bring you back to the village at the end.
There are many other local walks to suit a range of abilities.
The historic town of Cardigan is a 5 minute drive away. Here there is a nice selection of shops, a theatre and cinema, and the newly restored Cardigan castle.
In the summer there is plenty for the more adventurous in the area, from Dolphin spotting trips, to coasteering, sea kayaking, canoeing, surfing and climbing.