Caerau Isaf is one of Pembrokeshire's best kept secrets hidden down a narrow vehicular track overlooking the Irish sea and the dramatic coastline.
One of two properties, sharing a drive and parking, each with its own private secluded garden. Perfect for artists, walkers and birdlife enthusiasts. An ideal setting to get away from it all either for families or couples all the year round.
A pedestrian track from the drive takes you down to the picturesque Aberfelin Bay, approximately 7 minutes walk, this picturesque sand and shingle beach is surrounded by rugged cliffs while above is the village of Trefin where there is a popular village pub and cafe.
Caerau Isaf is a characterful home of great charm, with many items of local and family history. Relax on the window seat in the kitchen/dining room while you admire the stunning view or curl up by the roaring fire on chillier evenings and read in the quaint sitting room with beamed ceiling and rugs on the wooden floor.
Some of the bedrooms also offer distant sea views so you can appreciate how close you are to the glorious coastline, enjoy leisurely alfresco meals in the lawned garden looking out to sea.
Ground Floor: Sitting room, kitchen, twin room, single room, single room/whb, bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc.
First Floor: Double room/ensuite bathroom/roll-top bath/whb/wc - some restricted headroom on first floor.
Parking: 3 cars.
Facilities: Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV/DVD player, video player/recorder, payphone, WiFi, garden furniture.
Heating: Open fire, night storage heating.
Fuel Charges: Electricity Charged according to use.
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Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.
Approached from Fishguard on A487 to St Davids then approx. 1 mile on narrow country lanes and with difficult final left hand bend with a stone wall on the left (too narrow for large vans) before access over cattle grid to cottage. Car parking for 3 cars but only 1 van and 1 car. Main entrance up a narrow paved path to a 9” step into small porch and then left through semi glassed door to kitchen. No alternative entrance Level garden, one-third acre to lawn and shrubs. Ground floor facilities include 3 bedrooms and one bathroom /w.c./shower. One bedroom has 3 steps for access. Doors are original cottage doors so quite narrow. Bedrooms are carpeted, living areas have wooden floors with rugs. First floor access up carpeted narrow stairs to double bedroom/ensuite bathroom with roll top bath/whb/wc. Some restricted headroom on first floor. Kitchen with round dining room table. Sitting room with seating for 6 and open fire. Payphone. TV and Video. External front door lighting. Guide dogs welcome. No public transport nearby.
very nice-enjoyed our stay, wonderful weather for the time of year, shocked to see how close the sea was (I mean that an awlful lot of water!)Abereiddy beach great for a swim. Nice meal at Sloop Porthgain, although some locals muttered about the prices and suggested the Square and Compass.
thoroughly relaxed after our time here . Thanks to previous visitors for their recommendations. enjoyed the cooastal path from Porthgain to Abereiddy, also around Strumble Head where we watched a young seal backing into the shallows from about 10 feet away square and compass-good value the sloop-too much food!! The ship-nice atmosphere. Unable to get bbc on tv but otherwise a lovely break
No trick or treaters at the door! Fantastic weather, superb location and very well equipped cottage.We have been coming to Pembs for 20year with Coastal Cottages and this one is a gem! Lovely break from routine, hope to be back.Cottage spotlessly clean on arrival0no complaints
We enjoyed a very happy and fun packed holiday with the help of our car.Lots of lovely scenery and weather was good too!The cottage was well equipped and comfy.
A wonderful week in a wonderful location.We have been so lucky as the weather has been gorgeous.We have been able to get out and about every day.The scenery is magnificient but my lasting impression will be the stars on a clear night
We had a great time here in Caerau Isaf.Strumble Head was nice and we managed to see a baby seal! Only problem was the weather and walk to the beach too long..Overall a good holiday.
weather not particulary special, jigsaws and games came into their own! Lovely spot
A lovely weeks holiday despite very unsociable weather.The cottage has a great location, dogs loved the garden and walk down to the beach. Managed quite a few coastal walks-recommend taking the bus and walking back from beach.Have at least one meal at the Shed in Porthgain, but book early in the week.The sloop Innis also very good but again need to book.We definately intend to come back
We had a very peaceful week.The location of the cottage is wonderful.Dogs appreciated the garden.Lovely stroll down lane to the beach.Beds are very comfy,lounge cosy. We are alreday planning when qwe can come back next year as it is a house of tranquility and great place to escape the rat race.
Had a fantastic week, the cottage is lovely, especially the lounge fire-so cosy.We gotten a lot of walking in , favourite area being Strumble Head.Taken a boat trip to Ramsay, def recommended.Seem a lot of wildlife-enough to keep us twitchers occupied for hours!
Had a fantastic week! Surf and the Sloop wre excellent, and pub was child friendly.Beaches are lovely especially Abermawr-worn the path through the woods-Whitesands for the surf.Enjoyed seeing the swimmers on new year day at Whitesands.Cottage was very well equipped, found the beds comfy, all we could ask for.All the board games were well used!We would love to come back in the summer!
Thanks for lovely stay.Such a fabulous location-beautiful and very peaceful.Wonderful to be able to walk out of the house down to the beach and coastal path
Lovely holiday at a peaceful cottage.
Been here before-the same-fine for our base.Food at the ship has improved!
A lovely & peaceful site for a cottage, very relaxing.Casper (dog)loved it here! lovely walk down to the beach.Pity it rained nearly every day but Casper loves getting wet.Hd a wonderful time here and even learnt some welsh. Diolch!
Stayed a week, thoughly enjoyed the coastal paths and beaches.
Spectacular weather (sunniest ever?)cottage perfect as always.Will be back!
We have had a really restful holiday in this fantastic spot.The weather was mixed but not too bad for plenty of cliffs path walks.We hope to return
Had a fantastic week. The cottage is very well-equipped. We found the beds very comfy and what more could we ask for! All the board games were well used - we would love to come again in the summer.
Thanks for a wonderful stay, such a fabulous location - beautiful and very peaceful. Wonderful to be able to walk out of the cottage down to the bay and the coastal path.
A really restful holiday in this fantastic spot - we hope to return.
The cottage is a wonderful base and so well equipped (back for the 3rd time).
A lovely and peaceful site
Cottage perfect as always - we'll be back!(for the 4th time!)
We have had a very enjoyable Easter holiday. The cottage is lovely - we very much appreciaed the videos and books. The garden was so pretty and excellent for the children and dogs to play in.
An absolutely blissful few days in a cottage so central, yet secluded and so well appointed. Fiendish games of Scrabble by the fire in the evenings after interesting days, walking the Coastal Path.