A coastal view from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Cwm Connell Coastal Cottages

Math o lety: Hunan-ddarpar

Moylegrove, Cardigan, Cardigan SA43 3BX, UK
Lisa Godfrey
01239 881691

Cwm Connells six cottages overlook the sea and spectacular coastline of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

With breathtaking sea views over Cardigan Bay and countryside views to the Preseli Hills, it’s a haven of peace and quiet.

Our cottages sleep from two to six people, built with traditional welsh stone and slate roofs, they retain many charming original features from their former farm lives. Comfortable, bright and spacious, they are fully equipped with modern amenities, complimentary quality linen and plush towels. Log stoves and open fires make for a cosy stay any time of the year.

The private patios and natural gardens are perfect for alfresco dining, enjoying the sunset with a nice cold drink and wildlife spotting, especially our resident badgers. A short walk from your cottage door, down through a wooded valley brings you to Ceibwr cove and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.

Located north of St Davids and south of Cardigan Market Town, we offer easy access to the wealth of activities and beautiful Blue Flag beaches that Pembrokeshire and West Wales have to offer.

With a variety of coast and country walks direct from Cwm Connell and a coastal bus service, you can leave the car behind and walk the stunning landscape all year round.

The cottages are approached by a half mile single farm track/bridleway ensuring that we are the perfect coast and country escape.

You are always assured of a warm welcome to our home

4 star
6 cottages sleeping from 2 up to 6 guests. 22 in total
Prisiau cyn lleied â:
£330 Low season - £955 peak season


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Entry last updated: 13/08/2014