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Attractions and Distances

There are three beaches within 5 minutes drive of the house, each with its own distinct character.  Pwllgwaelod has a pub and café on the beach called The Old Sailors. Cwm yr Eglwys has a ruined church and a slip-way suitable for launching sailing dinghies. Aberbach is the small pebble bay which you can see from Pen y Mynydd.

Dinas Village is 1mile away with two pubs a shop and a petrol station with a part time post office. Newport is three miles away with restaurants, cafes and the National Parks Office which has information about the area. Parrog beach is in the village and Newport Sands or “Traeth Mawr” (Big beach) is on the other side of the Nevern Estuary.

Fishguard, a 10 minutes’ drive away, has supermarkets, banks,shops, a swimming pool and a cinema. The Thursday morning market in the Town Hall is a good place for buying locally produced butter, cheese and fresh fish.

Places we enjoy visiting locally include the Gwaun Valley, Pentre Ifan, Porthgain, Cilgerran Castle and Gorge and Tycanol Wood. A particular favourite is The Dyffryn Arms, in Pontfaen, affectionately known as “Bessie’s” after the characterful octogenarian licencee.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is half an hour away on foot. A variety of loop walks, lasting from an hour to a whole day, can be undertaken from Pen y Mynydd.

  • Cardiff 100 miles
  • London 250 miles
  • Train station Fishguard 4 miles
  • Ferry port for Fishguard to Rosslare 4 miles
  • Bus service 405 operates between Fishguard and Cardigan

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