Formerly known as Alun Owens Cottage, it is one of two cottages set in the grounds of the owner’s lovely country home, Penally House on the banks of the River Teifi in the village of St Dogmaels. Step into this picture postcard cottage, lovingly and sympathetically renovated it is stylishly furnished with beautiful fabrics in rich, warm red tones, the open plan living space is full of retained character, with beautiful exposed stone walls, beams and quarry tiled floor, the wood burning stove ensures cosy, relaxing evenings, whatever the weather. Stairs from the lounge lead to the bedrooms nestling in the eaves.
You have your own south facing, enclosed paved terrace leading to the pretty shared garden, but you are welcome to relax on the bench strategically placed so you can watch the beautiful Teifi River, which skirts the shared grounds and wends its way to the sea. The River Teifi is a haven for river and sea birds, spend your days exploring its banks which are a boat owners paradise and inspiration for the many artists and writers who choose this cottage for their holiday.
There are good restaurants, shops and pubs within walking distance in St Dogmaels, while the beautiful sandy beach at Poppit is only 2 miles away and marks the start of The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, an excellent way to explore our stunning coastline.
The pretty market town of Cardigan is only a 5 minute drive away and is renowned for its specialist shops, restaurants, farmer’s market and boat trips around Cardigan Bay, an outstanding and internationally important area for marine wildlife; it even has its resident population of Bottlenose Dolphins, Porpoises and Grey Seals.
A wonderful, 'home from home' holiday cottage for a couple or small family to enjoy a relaxing break.
No baby equipment supplied, but you are welcome to bring your own.
Shares the same location as 10588 The Boathouse and adjoins 10998 No. 2 Penally Boathouse Mews.
Arrival time: 4pm.
Penally Boathouse Mews Cottages A group of 2 delightful cottages and a boathouse set in the grounds of the owners home, Penally House, in an enviable position nestling on the banks of the river Teifi in the popular village of St Dogmaels. Individually and beautifully renovated to a high standard retaining a traditional feel with nautical tones.
Perfect for sailing and water enthusiasts there are several good pubs in St Dogmaels as well as small shops and a renowned fish and chip shop. The long sandy beach of Poppit Sands is nearby and the start of the Coastal Path. Each cottage has its own terrace or you are welcome to enjoy the owners garden, the best spot has to be the long bench overlooking the river itself, ideal to watch the bird and wildlife go by.
The following cottages share this location: 10588 The Boathouse and 10998 No. 2 Penally Boathouse Mews.
Ground Floor: Open plan lounge/kitchen/diner.
First Floor: Double room, twin room, bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc.
Parking: 1 car.
Facilities: Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, slim-line dishwasher, TV, DVD player, WiFi, towels. Shared laundry room/washing machine/tumble dryer/washing line.
Heating: Electric night storage, wood burner - starter pack provided Oct - March.
Fuel Charges: Electricity FREE.
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 from the main road running through the village, through a set of pillars with wooden gates (7ft 8ins width). The property is approached along a 10ft wide level gravel drive. Allocated parking is alongside the main house. 1 Penally Boathouse Mews is approached along a level gravel pathway to the front of the main house. At this moment in time the gravel path is studded with stepping stones, these will be removed over the next few weeks, so that the path is made up only of gravel (dated: 3.5.13) The cottage is the first cottage along the gravel path, there is a flagstone terrace area to the front of the property and a slight lip of flagstone from the gravel path. There is a stable door access to the front of the property and a 2ins step down into the cottage. The kitchen and living room are ground floor, and flagstone and biscuit finish tile. The floor is the same level throughout. The first floor bedrooms and bathroom are accessed via a new standard closed tread staircase. All properties (10588 The Boathouse, 10856 - 1 Penally Boathouse Mews & 10998 - 2 Penally Boathouse Mews) have access to a rotary washing line situated in the back yard of the house. The line is accessed via two 3ins high steps 'up' and through a low level picket gate. All properties (10588 The Boathouse, 10856 - 1 Penally Boathouse Mews & 10998 - 2 Penally Boathouse Mews) have access to the side gate of the property,(opposite the allocated parking area) to the coastal path via two 6ins stone steps 'down'.
We had a lovely holiday. Walking on the hills, flying a kite on Poppit Sands and enjoying a meal out at lots of different places! The cottage is really lovely and comfortable, we enjoyed several cosy evenings playing games with the fire lit. Would really recommend visiting Newport Sands and eating at the Seaglass restaurant at the golf club there, the food was great and the view over the beach was really fabulous. Walking up the hill behind Newport, Carn Ingli, is also really nice and has stunning views at the top! Thank you V and Gareth for making our stay so lovely, the cottage is so nice!
Eileen - Another visit to a cottage now becoming a second home. We love it here so much and have been blessed with lovely fine weather. Old haunts re-visited and family holidays in this area recalled, Cilgerran, Poppit Sands and Mwnt. The beautiful estuary of a magnificent area. Thank you for all you to make us so happy and comfortable. Charlotte - Our third visit 'away from it all' with my Ma and sister. Trips a-plenty down memory lane then back to the log burner to remember some more family tales. The area is beautiful to explore and the cottage calming and tranquil. Thanks for making us so welcome - again! Hannah - A lovely weekend away, beautiful walks and a cosy place to stay. Happy to sit and chat to remember relatives and times gone by. Thank you for making us so welcome.
We stayed for a week but wanted some more, so we packed our things and moved next door! Having a wonderful adventure, great to get away. Really glad we came, enjoying a splendid stay! Thank you ever so much for welcoming us once again, it is great to be able to get away from it all and to have something special to look forward to.
Cosy cottage and lovely garden, we really enjoyed our stay! The river is so beautiful and the Tuesday market was FAB! Well worth a visit! It has been great exploring Pembrokeshire/Cardigan and we look forward to coming back soon! Thanks so much for a great stay Venita and Gareth, so good to chat with you - thanks again for all your helpful information. A great holiday.
Perfect in every way! We saw 2 Dolphins at Aberporth whilst having a picnic on the beach. Beautiful beach at Cwmtydu where we spotted a seal from the beach and a nice shallow stream for our Westie to swim in. Honey farm near Newquay worth a visit with live hives to observe and a meadery that smells amazing! Beautiful home-made cakes in the cafe too! Mwnt beach (dog not allowed in Summer) but definitely worth a visit for beautiful scenery. Cenarth village beautiful picnic spot with salmon jumping from the river! Best food we had was picnic items purchased at the St Dogmaels Tuesday market - especially the potted crab, fresh bread and organic cheese! Fish and chips in the village was gorgeous. Pizza at The Pizzatipi by the river in Cardigan - unique Tipi experience even in the rain! Gallery in Cardigan for food 'Pendrae Art' also lovely. The Ferry is good for a drink! Every person we have met has been so friendly and helpful - would love to be here at Christmas! Thank you do much for everything, our home from home in the most beautiful location, you are so lucky to live here.
This was our first visit to South West Wales, it has been a pleasurable holiday especially having this beautiful cottage to return home to each night. Would not change a single thing with the interior design, it is picture perfect! We have enjoyed snuggling up by the cosy log fire at night. Thank you very much!!
We had a lovely week, the cottage is perfect and very welcoming. Beautifully decorated and very thoughtfully equipped. The area is stunning, hopefully we'll be back again soon.
Lovely cosy cottage, tastefully decorated with great colour co-ordination with the interior design. Country cottage garden very pleasant, and great location for views of the estuary. Recommended places to visit are: Mwnt Beach - beautiful location, sun-trap, parking at the top, quite a few steps to the sandy beach, must visit! St Davids -lovely small, quaint city. Tenby - lovely town, fantastic beaches. Newport - very nice, small town. Newquay - traditional harbour town with a nice, dog friendly beach. Poppit Beach - fantastic and great for dogs! Fish and Chips in St Dogmaels and also the Tuesday market is recommended. We've had such a lovely time exploring the area and this was the perfect base. Thank you Venita, its been really nice to meet you.
We have returned to a fantastic location, fantastic cottage and very special hosts! Keaton and ourselves thoroughly enjoyed our time. Folly Farm was fantastic and excellent value for the money. A fantastic way of spending Keaton's 3rd birthday! Much love and gratitude. Had a great time.
Lovely cottage, delightful village, great walking and delicious local food to buy and cook. Hot and sunny all week - a great 'staycation'!
Beautiful cottage with certainly a 'wow' factor! Lovely gardens, fantastic views to the river and convenient location to bus routes and main town. We visited the abbey, corn mill (with duck pond) and the visitor centre. Coastal walks were superb, and the wetlands visitor centre and gorge walks are well worth a visit. Aberaeron is a picturesque little town and is picture postcard perfect. A thoroughly enjoyable visit to a lovely part of Wales. The owners were very welcoming.