The Boathouse is next door to Ty Gwilym and is a first floor flat with two balconies for morning and evening sun, one double bedroom and bathroom, a large sitting room, fully equipped kitchen with seating for six and, unusually for St Davids, garage parking and room for bicycles.
Please click ‘Book Now‘ for Availability and Booking. Alternatively please contact the cottage owners, Linda and Hamish Elvidge, on 07836 252638 or via Email - email@example.com
We take bookings for short break during the low season, normally from November to February (excluding Christmas, New Year and Half Term). 2020 Short Break prices are as follows: 1-2 nights £210; 3 – £240; 4 – £280; 5 – £320 and 6/7 – £350.
The Boathouse is next door to Tŷ Gwilym Holiday Cottages and is located in Goat street just a stone’s throw from the Cross Square, Cathedral, shops and restaurants…..and yet minutes from the coastal path and Whitesand Bay.
The Boathouse has one double bedroom with a new, kingsize, french style bed and Vi-Spring pocket sprung mattress; a cosy sitting room with sofa, chairs, desk and log effect stove; full gas central heating. All rooms are on the first floor and the kitchen is very well equipped with views across to the sea and distant hills. It has two private balconies for morning and midday sun and a back balcony flies over an attractive courtyard…ideal for those warm summer evenings.
It has garage parking for one car and safe storage for cycles…a rare feature in St Davids and makes a wonderful base for exploring the Pembrokeshire coast.
The Boathouse is strictly for non-smokers and we take bookings for short breaks during the low season, from November to February. Our cottages don’t accept pets.
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