- 3 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- sleeps 7
Description from the owner
Ty Nancy consists of two late 18th century Grade 2 listed cottages, converted into one. It has recently been thoroughly renovated and is spacious and comfortable while retaining enormous character and charm. It has a small secluded garden, which contains the ancient 'cowled' spring which was once the principal water source for local people.
The cottage is located on Quickwell Hill, near the centre of St David's, close to shops and cathedral and 10 minutes walk from the sea. It sleeps five in three bedrooms, or seven if two use the double sofa bed.
Saint Davids, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Additional Location Information
St David's is officially the smallest city in the UK, though it's no larger than a small village. It is famous for its magnificent 12th century cathedral and ancient Bishop's Palace which are situated in a hollow, out of sight of pirates.
The city is some fifteen minutes walk from the Pembrokeshire coastal path and is a centre for artists and naturalists, including bird-lovers.
Attractions include boat-trips, swimming, surfing, diving, rock-climbing, bird-watching and golf. There are many good restaurants in the city, offering meals ranging from fish and chips to haute cuisine.
The nearest railway station is at Haverfordwest, and there is a bus to take passengers the extra fifteen miles to St David's. The cottage has parking for one car.
Location Type Away from it all, Ocean, Village
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: March 07, 2014 ◀▶
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- Damage deposit | $167
- Wireless Internet
- Internet Access
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Electric Stove
- Dish Washer
- Electric Grill
- DVD Player
- Outdoor Dining Area
- Pet friendly - Yes
- Smoking allowed - No
- Suitable for children - Yes
- Suitable for the elderly - Ask
- Wheelchair accessible - No
- Away from it all