Pen-y-Parrog is a cosy, traditional West Wales family cottage right ON the beach at Goodwick.
Built directly on a quiet pebble beach without even a fence between you and the sandy shale, you can wander down to the water with breakfast in hand or admire the coastal views without even leaving your bed. There is even a hot tub built into a cute cabin to enjoy in any weather. This cottage, with its traditional grouted roof was chosen as the quintessential Pembrokeshire cottage home to 'Rosie Probert' (Elizabeth Taylor) in the famous famous film of Under Milk Wood. See large photos of inside and out of this Pembrokeshire cottage, or an aerial photograph.
Kitchen - well equipped and newly fitted with views out to sea as you prepare dinner! Electric oven, Hob, Microwave, Dishwasher, fridge (with freezer compartment) and a breakfast table.
Lounge/ Dining Room - A large open-plan room which covers the whole of the ground floor of the original cottage. Quality cast-iron woodburner (first basket of logs supplied) three sofas (one a sofabed) and large dining table that comfortably seats 8. Double French doors to the garden with wonderful sea views. Stairs to second floor. Large-screen TV & DVD player.
Shower-room and toilet to ground floor with mains-powered double shower.
Small 'Utility' area with washing machine, washing line in garden.
Master bedroom (double) with the best sea view in the house and an armchair to enjoy it. Like the rest of the house this room has newly-fitted oak floors.
En-suite bedroom - A second double-bedroom with newly-fitted en-suite shower room off.
Bunk room - The smallest bedroom with bunk beds, sleeps 2, most suitable for children.
Plenty of outside space in the large garden that runs directly down and onto the beach. Garden furniture, barbeque, and timber cabin with an excellent quality hot-tub!
Centrally-heated throughout with wood-burning stove.
Bwthyn traddodiadol, gwyngalchog yw Pen-y-Parrog, yn cysgodi wrth waelod y creigiau ar ddiwedd y Parrog yn Abergwaun. Ar waelod yr ardd, mae'r m�r yn ei ogoniant � neu os yw dwr-y-mor yn rhy oer i chi, mae'n gysurus yn y twba twym, nos neu ddydd, glaw neu hindda. Dim ond camu o'r lawnt sydd eisiau a byddwch ar y traeth, sy'n hoff le i nifer o adar gwyllt. Ond efallai dewis aros yn yr ardd y gwnewch chi, i ymlacio yn y twba twym, sydd mewn ty bach twt iddo'i hun, a golygfeydd gwych o Pen Dinas a'r gorwel pell. Cymysgedd o dywod a cherrig m�n yw'r traeth; lle da i gasglu cregyn gleision i swper.
There are regular trains to Fishguard to the ferry terminal (Fishguard Harbour) and are plenty of trains to Haverfordwest and buses from there to Fishguard.You can walk in under 5 minutes from Fishguard Harbour train station to the cottage - really no problem.
'Best cottage we ever stayed in! . . . Fabulous hot tub and the fire in the evening was just bliss . . . tasty mussels just a walk out from the garden . . . we truly recommend this cottage (and we have been to many) for relaxing, unwinding after a long walk or just sightseeing around this wonderful part of Wales' ~ Aviel and partner from Wakefield
'Great Views! What a splendidly comfortable, clean, well situated and welcoming cottage. Once again U-the-T has provided us with a truly happy and memorable holiday. Many thanks.' ~ Lynne & Colin
"What a wonderful place to spend our honeymoon with our two children - rock-pooling and paddling in the sea. Will definitely be back - another wonderful UTT property" ~ Sarah and Steve