Pen y Mynydd Holiday Home in Dinas
Discounts for smaller parties available please call 01437 765765 for further details
Pen y Mynydd is a wonderful detached, stone cottage, sympathetically renovated and extended to a high standard. Tucked up a narrow lane, it is set within 10 acres, in the most stunning location on the side of Dinas Mountain with sweeping views over Dinas and out to sea, the coastline is mapped out below you and on a clear day you can see Strumble Head and even the peak of St Davids. Comfortably furnished, the mix of contemporary and antique pieces complement each other with slate and wooden floors, as well as beams throughout, giving rustic charm with modern conveniences. The fitted farmhouse style kitchen has 2 steps down to the dining area with French doors opening down to a raised patio where one can enjoy an alfresco meal overlooking the fields and out to sea. Stairs lead to a galleried lounge with 2 large corner units to relax and make the most of the amazing sea views. A second sitting room with large Inglenook and wood burning stove has a more cosy, traditional feel with easy seating and original settles, a door opens to a large sloping lawn to the side. Stairs lead to the quaint, cosy first floor bedrooms, nestling in the eaves. Older children as well as adults will love exploring the extensive grounds with a bubbling brook, woodland and fields to wander, there is even a circular walk to enjoy, admire the sunsets over the sea they are particularly vivid here.
A 15 minute downhill walk will take you to the shop and pub in Dinas, though the return trip will take longer as it is steep. The popular cove of Pwllgwaelod with its beachside restaurant lies just half a mile from Dinas, join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and enjoy the circular walk from here round Dinas Head and on to Cwm Yr Eglwys. Newport with its bustling shops, pubs, restaurants and galleries, as well as the beautiful beach at Newport Sands is nearby. A wonderful holiday home in a unique location for families and friends to get together.
Care needed as there is a stream and unfenced drops within the grounds.
Pets are welcome however, some of the adjacent fields are actively sheep farmed.
It is essential that pets are kept under control.
Within the grounds there is a stone out-house which the owners use for storage, this may need to be used or accessed at times by the owners.
Pen y Mynnydd has its own private water supply.
Ground Floor: Hall, kitchen, 2 steps down to dining area, stairs to galleried lounge, 2 steps up from hall to wet room/whb/wc, 2 double rooms, 1 step up to twin room, bathroom/split level, shower attachment/overhead shower/whb/wc, 1 step up to second sitting room.
First Floor: Restricted headroom, Childrens twin room/3ft bed and 2ft 6inch bed, twin room, 1 step down to twin room, wet room, cloakroom/whb/wc.
Facilities: Electric induction hob, 2 ovens and 1 grill, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine in utility out-house, TV, DVD player, music system, garden furniture.
Heating: Oil under floor heating, wood burner.
Electricity: & Oil: £30 per week Oct - April, free May - Sept.
General: Electric induction hob, 2 ovens and 1 grill, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine in utility out-house, TV, DVD player, music system, garden furniture.
Pets: Yes - Please keep pets under control.
We saw dolphins off St Davids Head! Had a brilliant walk from Porthgain. Lovely meal at the Golden Lion in Newport - highly recommended. Coast path is glorious, covered with flowers and sunshine! We had a lovely stay in this great area and hope to return again in the summer!