Dandelion Cottage, Amroth, Pembrokeshire

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Tucked away in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park we have a very cosy, spacious stone cottage on our stunning dog friendly 18 acre working smallholding. We are situated adjacent to National Trust woodland and within walking distance to Colby Woodland Gardens and Amroth with its fabulous beach, village pubs, cafes and shop. Perfect for beach goers, nature lovers and walkers.

We also have a larger holiday cottage SWEET PEA COTTAGE

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Dandelion Cottage is a roomy self contained cottage next to our family home, Lower Pendeilo Farmhouse. The cottage is ideal for couples as well as families who can make use of the comfortable sofa bed.
The cottage is the oldest part of the property and was originally a farm building. This is evident from the layout of the doorways and windows. We have retained some of the original features such as the exposed stone walls, slit windows and the cattle tie brackets. Originally converted in the 1960's and feeling its age we completely renovated the building in 2017. It has now been modernised and includes solid oak floors, quarry tiles, a hand made kitchen with oak salvaged from Dylan Thomas's boathouse as well as a very cosy woodburner. Outside is a private flagstone patio with views across to our wildlife pond, woodland and valley which weaves its way to Amroth. Its location is perfect for walks directly from the property via public footpath to Colby Woodland and Amroth. Equally by car we are well placed being only 10/15 minutes drive to Tenby and the rest of Pembrokeshire is equally accessible.
DOGS (2 small or 1 medium) are welcome. Guests must inform us beforehand.

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ubusuku obungu-7 e- Amroth

Jan 2, 2023 - Jan 9, 2023

5.0 out of 5 stars from 148 reviews

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Amroth, Wales, i-United Kingdom

Where do I start - South Pembrokeshire is simply stunning with its sandy beaches and pretty coastal towns including Tenby, Saundersfoot and Manorbier. Our closest village is Amroth, a half hour stroll through the National Trust Colby Woodland. Amroth is a pretty village with a shop, several pubs and cafes as well as a long sandy beach. Beyond Tenby the coastline becomes rugged with spectacular beaches and hidden coves and some of the best surfing breaks in the UK. The best way of taking in our world famous coastline is to walk the Coast Path which starts in Amroth and weaves its way 186 miles to Poppit sands in the North. Further afield but within 45 minutes the magical Preseli Hills are easily accessible and offer fabulous walking and access to many historical and cultural sites. North Pembrokeshire is well worth a visit, in particular St Davids with its Cathedral and the offshore islands, in particular Skomer, famous for its Puffin and Manx Shearwater colonies.

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We have lived near Amroth in South Pembrokeshire for over 20 years and have recently moved to our stunning 18 acre smallholding.
Dave is an ecologist, cameraman, film producer and environmental artist.
Pip's background is International Development and has worked overseas and in community development in Pembrokeshire.
We have 2 children, Tommy and Kitty who have been brought up in this beautiful part of South Pembrokeshire.
We all love: the ocean, coast and everything about it - surfing, sea kayaking, sailing and sea swimming - our local community and sharing Pembrokeshire with visitors - our private magical valley - and finally living as sustainably as possible on our smallholding.
We have lived near Amroth in South Pembrokeshire for over 20 years and have recently moved to our stunning 18 acre smallholding.
Dave is an ecologist, cameraman, film produce…

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We are delighted to be welcoming guests to Lower Pendeilo and we want to ensure our guests thoroughly enjoy their stay. Pip and Dave work locally and often from home so we are usually close to hand to answer any questions. We both have an extensive knowledge of the county and can advise guests on where to go and some of the best secret spots to visit.
We are delighted to be welcoming guests to Lower Pendeilo and we want to ensure our guests thoroughly enjoy their stay. Pip and Dave work locally and often from home so we are usua…

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