Bwthyn Lil has a large sitting room and fully equipped kitchen with seating for four; two double bedrooms, one with raised balcony and spectacular views over Carn Llidi; one new bathroom. There is a secluded, shared garden overlooking the Cathedral Bell Tower with lovely views towards Carn Llidl.
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 short breaks during the low season, normally from November to February (excluding Christmas, New Year and Half Term). 2021 short break prices start at £230 for two nights.
Bwthyn Lil is a lovely holiday cottage for four in St Davids and has a raised balcony with spectacular views over Carn Llidi, Pen Beri and Ramsey Island.
The accommodation includes a large sitting room with a Clearview wood-burning stove, oak beams, comfortable sofa and chairs, Smart TV, Netflix, CD player with iPod connection and free High Speed Wi-fi.
There is a fully equipped kitchen/dining room with microwave, fridge, freezer, Miele Dishwasher, Miele washer/dryer, as well as views across to Carn Llidi.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms with pocket sprung mattresses and fitted wardrobes, one with spectacular views over the Cathedral, Carn Llidi and the countryside across to Whitesand Bay. We provide cotton sheets with feather and down duvets and pillows.
The bathroom includes a Hansgrohe bath/shower and the cottage benefits from gas central heating, garden furniture, two secluded seating areas and good off street car parking.
Bwthyn Lil 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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