Awel Deg

Abergwaun (Fishguard Old Town harbour )
Guests: 2       Wifi: available       Pets? Strictly no pets allowed

Awel Deg

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Harbourside house in quaint West Wales fishing village

Awel Deg is a luxury bolthole for two of a very high standard in one of the most cherished locations in Wales. It's a fabulous contemporary conversion on the water's edge at the picturesque old harbour of Abergwaun (Fishguard). The location is idyllic and everything about this project delights us; you’ll enjoy the best quality comfort and views over the harbour.

A short walk will take you to Fishguard town and the galleries, pubs, cafes and restaurants of this Pembrokeshire gem.

Stay here for great local beaches, delicious local seafood and a real sense that you have booked the very best of Wales.

Mae Awel Deg yn ddihangfa foethus i ddau, o safon uchel iawn, yn un o'r lleoliadau mwyaf godidog yng Nghymru. Mae popeth am y prosiect hwn yn ein plesio; byddwch yn mwynhau moethusrwydd o'r ansawdd gorau a golygfeydd dros yr harbwr.

Arhoswch yma am draethau lleol gwych, bwyd môr lleol blasus ac ymdeimlad gwirioneddol eich bod wedi archebu'r gorau o Gymru.



latest review

We enjoyed a wonderful stay in a such beautiful location. The apartment was spotless, and is extremely spacious. The balcony doors are a real highlight (it would be more convenient if all the doors ha...

Tim lowther , May 2022

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£577 (based on 2 staying)
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£1263 (based on 2 staying)
strictly no pets allowed
bed layout
Master Double

facilities at Awel Deg

open fire / woodburner
accessible without your own car
no pets
beach (within walking distance)
coastal location - within 5 miles of the sea
pub nearby (walkable)
media & technology
television and reception
wifi broadband available
cleaning services
washing machine

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in detail

A first-floor apartment in a private building, centrally heated with wifi

Master Bedroom: double doors open onto a balcony, double bed

Kitchen: microwave, gas hob, electric oven, dining table, sofa. Doors open onto patio area and garden 

Living room: sofa, smart tv, wood burner

Bathroom: free-standing bath, sink and WC

Shower room: large shower cubicle, WC, sink

Outside: patio area, with a terraced garden, parking available at the front of the property.

local area

  • Goodwick harbour - (day-trips to Ireland, beach) - 3 miles/5 mins
  • Newport and Newport Sands beach - bustling streets (with antique shops, cafes, fish shop) and pathways lead directly to the river Nevern (Nyfer) Estuary teeming with wildlife long flat beach. - 9 miles / 10 mins drive
  • Poppit sands - a sandy beach on the west coast of Wales, backed with sand dunes at the mouth of the Teifi Estuary - 20 miles/30 mins drive
  • Abertiefi (Cardigan) - the traditional market town of Aberteifi (Cardigan) lies on the beautiful River Teifi, traditional shopping (inc. supermarkets) and local cultural centre - 18 miles / 25 mins drive
  • St Davids - granted city status by Queen Elizabeth II because of the presence of the cathedral St Davids is, in reality, a small attractive village. 
  • Boat trips to Skomer, Grassholme and Ramsey Island
  • Tenby - beaches, art, boat trips to Caldey island - 16 miles / 30 mins.

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customer reviews for Awel Deg

We enjoyed a wonderful stay in a such beautiful location. The apartment was spotless, and is extremely spacious. The balcony doors are a real highlight (it would be more convenient if all the doors had their own key though). We agree with other comments about the size of the bed and the lack of kitchen equipment, which seem strange considering how perfect everything else was, but don't let that detract you. A couple of extra door stops and a nest of tables would also be useful but hey, that's hardly a biggie. We will definitely be returning!

- Tim lowther ,
May 2022

The apartment was absolutely gorgeous. A super setting. We enjoyed sitting on the balcony after walking the coastal paths

- David stevens ,
May 2022

Fabulous property. Really spacious and ranges through several spacious rooms on the first floor! Character property with brand new stylish refurbishment. Beautiful light and views of the harbour. Very very comfortable, stylish, relaxing … a fantastic retreat. We will be back!

- Ben R,
April 2022

Despite the incessant rain we spent three lovely nights at Awel Deg.The property is beautifully finished, and is situated in a wonderful location on the quayside. We will definitely be returning.

- Carole jones ,
February 2022

What a wonderful holiday we had. The location is superb - views out over the harbour meant changes all day. The accommodation itself was outstanding. A wonderful conversion of two cottages. So spacious , clean warm and modern. The best holiday cottage for two we have stayed at. Only one thing would have improved our stay and that would have been a bigger bed. Other than that 10/10

- Rena K,
February 2022

Absolutely lovely cottage with next to perfect location. The cottage has been renovated to a very high standard and you feel truly lucky every time you enter the building after having a trip out in the lovely Pembrokeshire area. If there are any negatives I would say the provisions do not match the quality of the cottage itself. Amazing kitchen so it was a bit disappointing that the supply of knives (chefs, utility etc) and cooking implements were pretty poor. These minor things only detracted a little however and I would reiterate the quality of the cottage and its position outweighs all of them. We'd definitely use it again but just bring our own kitchen implements and coffee cafetiere.

- Darran S,
January 2022

6* accommodation I had the most luxurious Christmas break, exactly what I had hoped for and more

- Jane donald ,
December 2021

The owners have created a real "home from home" with a high quality and characterful conversion of these cottages in a truly stunning setting - a pleasure to come back to after a day exploring beautiful Pembrokeshire.

- Richard B,
November 2021

Absolutely stunning property, we’ve thoroughly enjoyed our stay here, beautiful location overlooking the harbour

- Lucy P,
October 2021

We loved our 7 night stay at Awel Deg. It's a beautifully renovated apartment in a super location. Very comfortable and a perfect place to relax. Everything we required was available though we'd agree with other comments that kitchen equipment is basic (but adequate).

- Joy H,
October 2021

We thoroughly enjoyed our three night stay at Awel Deg. A wonderfully spacious property decorated to a superb standard throughout. Opening the bedroom balcony doors at night to allow the moonlight and sounds of the harbour to wash in was the stuff of dreams. We loved having two bathrooms (although both wanted to use the lovely freestanding bath! The location is a quiet working harbour with yachts moored and occasional fishing boats unloading. The harbour in Lower Town is a 10/15 minute walk up hill to the main town where there are plenty of pubs and restaurants, but don’t miss the Yacht Club Cafe, just up the quay from Awel Deg. We spent one day just enjoying the house and the harbour, but used a taxi to drive us from Goodwick out to Strumble Head so that we could walk back along the coast path. Thank you for a lovely few days.

- Madelin M,
September 2021

What a fantastic apartment - modern interior design, top level furnishings and everything you need for your stay. Bedroom balcony providing views of the inner harbour enabling one to savour not only the scenery but also to watch the activities of the boating community and those participating in other pursuits. The only criticism what about a larger double bed! First visit to Pembrokeshire and so glad we stayed at Awel Deg. Great location and we saw a lot and did a lot. Look forward to a return visit.

- Brian F,
September 2021

We really enjoyed our stay at Awel Deg. The property is perfectly located - providing stunning views of the harbour and easy access to local walks and good restaurants. This modern and well designed apartment is excellently appointed but we would have definitely appreciated a bigger bed thank the standard double provided. We’ll be back!

- Lynda W,
September 2021

We loved our week at beautiful Awel Deg. It's certainly the most spacious property for 2 that we've ever stayed at and so beautifully designed and decorated. The position, on Lower Quay, is fantastic and we never tired of looking at the fabulous views. The local pub and the cafe on the quay were great, with plenty of other options a short walk up the hill in the main town. Fishguard is also a good base for exploring much of the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast. As others have said, our only wish would have been for a bigger bed. Otherwise, this was a perfect location and we'd love to visit again. Thanks to the owners and to Under the Thatch for a lovely holiday.

- Leah M,
August 2021

Me and my husband had a fabulous holiday in Fishguard. Staying at Awel Deg was the icing on the cake. We paid a bit more for our holiday than we usually do as we wanted something special after not having a holiday last year because of Covid and the house delivered it in spades. Fabulous spacious accommodation. We part loved the bedroom with the balcony looking over the harbour. We would recommend maybe providing extra cooking utensils eg wooden spoons and maybe some instructions for the washing machine (although I worked it out).

- Myrtle P,
July 2021

Really lovely property - lots of people passing by commented on it, took photos and we passed details of UTT to one couple. Would just have appreciated a bigger bed and larger bath towels!

- Georgina R,
July 2021

An absolute gem - hugely spacious for just two people and a perfect place to chill out with one of the best locations in the area, or as a base to explore Pembrokeshire. Spotlessly clean and well equipped, and 10-15 minutes’ walk into town (up a steep hill). Our only tiny improvement would be to have a king size bed instead of the double. Well worth the UTT label and we’ll absolutely be back!

- Mark W,
July 2021

We really enjoyed our stay at Awel Deg. The house is fantastic; very spacious and modern, and we would definitely like to visit again.

- Claire C,
June 2021

Property exceeded our expectations as very large and beautifully furnished which the photos don’t fully show. Well equipped kitchen and lovely outside space too. Well heated and really hot water,so taking advantage of the bath with the view over the water was very relaxing. The view from the front of the property is glorious and it was very peaceful day and night, although I expect the Summer months will be busier during the day. Even though we are both small built,we have a super king size bed at home,so the double bed was a bit of a surprise, although very comfortable.Would highly recommend.

- Lionel D,
May 2021