Ty Rhost holiday cottage in PembrokeshireTY RHOST
Cilshafe Fawr,
Fishguard,
Pembrokeshire
SA65 9SR

_______________
 
Sleeps: 3 (+2 on sofabed).
Cot available.
Well behaved pets welcome.
Free WiFi.
No smoking.

Low season £250 p/w.
High season £400 p/w.
10% off for 2 or more weeks.


 
For further details please contact:

Natasha de Chroustchoff
Tel:  01348 872080


 RELAX AND UNWIND WITH BIRDSONG AND SEA BREEZES IN THE TRANQUILLITY OF OUR SECLUDED 'NO-FRILLS' COTTAGE


Ty Rhost is ideal for country lovers, walkers, bird-watchers and anyone who wants to explore North Pembrokeshire. The cottage is tucked away down a private lane, but convenient for shops, pubs, beaches, and a bus route. Formerly a granary, it is situated within the traditional farmyard of our family home. It is self-contained and has its own private garden. Parking is directly outside.

 20 minutes' walk will take you to the coast path where, from the flower-strewn cliffs, you can watch nesting sea birds in spring and seal pups in autumn, porpoises and dolphins if you're lucky as well as the panorama of Fishguard harbour. Longer walks will take you to hidden bays and beaches while inland there is a network of quieter paths to be discovered. Ty Rhost is well placed to explore further afield: the towns of St David's and Cardigan are full of interest, the Gwaun valley and the Preseli hills have hidden treasures in the form of villages, views, nature reserves and prehistoric sites. The bluestones of Stonehenge originated there!

The small town of Fishguard, just over a mile away, has shops and markets, pubs and eating places, a theatre/cinema, art gallery, library and celebrated tapestry that commemorates the Last Invasion of Britain in 1797 that happened here. It has three annual music festivals! Its neighbour Goodwick has the Ocean Lab sealife centre, a railway station and a daily ferry to Ireland.

Accommodation details:
Ty Rhost is simply furnished and unfussy, perfect for a couple or small family. It's cosy without being luxurious, snug without being cramped.

The accommodation consists of a well-equipped kitchen leading into a sitting/dining area with a multifuel stove and comfortable seating, storage heaters and an abundance of books, maps and guides to the area. Stairs lead directly to the bedroom which has a double and a single bed (both with duvets), and access through to bathroom/shower/toilet. Hot water on an adjustable time switch.

There is an outdoor seating area and a very secluded small garden. Well away from the road, it's a safe place for children. Books and games are provided for indoor entertainment. The cottage has free WiFi but no TV or TV licence.

Electricity is metered and you pay for what you use. We supply a couple of nights' fuel for the stove, and more can be purchased at local shops and filling stations. We ask you to bring your own  bed linen and bath towels, unless you are travelling by public transport or from abroad; everything else is provided. We can buy in provisions at your request or a local shop will provide a welcome pack.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome but must be supervised - there is a working farm next door and we have pets too. Please bring their own bedding, don't leave them on their own in the cottage, and be sure to scoop the poop!

Please feel free to ring if you have any queries, we'll be happy to help.  We normally let by the week only but try our best to meet your requirements. We have been letting Ty Rhost for 25 years  and many of our guests have come back year after year.
 



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TY RHOST
Cilshafe Fawr,
Fishguard,
Pembrokeshire
SA65 9SR

_______________
 
Sleeps: 3 (+2 on sofabed).
Cot available.
Well behaved pets welcome.
Free WiFi.
No smoking.

Low season £250 p/w.
High season £400 p/w.
10% off for 2 or more weeks.

 
For further details please contact:

Natasha de Chroustchoff
Tel:  01348 872080




RELAX AND UNWIND WITH BIRDSONG AND SEA BREEZES IN THE TRANQUILLITY OF OUR SECLUDED 'NO-FRILLS' COTTAGE


Ty Rhost is ideal for country lovers, walkers, bird-watchers and anyone who wants to explore North Pembrokeshire. The cottage is tucked away down a private lane, but convenient for shops, pubs, beaches, and a bus route. Formerly a granary, it is situated within the traditional farmyard of our family home. It is self-contained and has its own private garden. Parking is directly outside.



20 minutes' walk will take you to the coast path where, from the flower-strewn cliffs, you can watch nesting sea birds in spring and seal pups in autumn, porpoises and dolphins if you're lucky as well as the panorama of Fishguard harbour. Longer walks will take you to hidden bays and beaches while inland there is a network of quieter paths to be discovered. Ty Rhost is well placed to explore further afield: the towns of St David's and Cardigan are full of interest, the Gwaun valley and the Preseli hills have hidden treasures in the form of villages, views, nature reserves and prehistoric sites. The bluestones of Stonehenge originated there!

The small town of Fishguard, just over a mile away, has shops and markets, pubs and eating places, a theatre/cinema, art gallery, library and celebrated tapestry that commemorates the Last Invasion of Britain in 1797 that happened here. It has three annual music festivals! Its neighbour Goodwick has the Ocean Lab sealife centre, a railway station and a daily ferry to Ireland.







Accommodation details:
Ty Rhost is simply furnished and unfussy, perfect for a couple or small family. It's cosy without being luxurious, snug without being cramped.

The accommodation consists of a well-equipped kitchen leading into a sitting/dining area with a multifuel stove and comfortable seating, storage heaters and an abundance of books, maps and guides to the area. Stairs lead directly to the bedroom which has a double and a single bed (both with duvets), and access through to bathroom/shower/toilet. Hot water on an adjustable time switch.

There is an outdoor seating area and a very secluded small garden. Well away from the road, it's a safe place for children. Books and games are provided for indoor entertainment. The cottage has free WiFi but no TV or TV licence.

Electricity is metered and you pay for what you use. We supply a couple of nights' fuel for the stove, and more can be purchased at local shops and filling stations. We ask you to bring your own  bed linen and bath towels, unless you are travelling by public transport or from abroad; everything else is provided. We can buy in provisions at your request or a local shop will provide a welcome pack.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome but must be supervised - there is a working farm next door and we have pets too. Please bring their own bedding, don't leave them on their own in the cottage, and be sure to scoop the poop!

Please feel free to ring if you have any queries, we'll be happy to help.  We normally let by the week only but try our best to meet your requirements. We have been letting Ty Rhost for 25 years  and many of our guests have come back year after year.
 






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