We have just spent a week in St Davids and been hearing on the news about snow in every part of the country, but not here in St Davids.
We have had blue skies and lovely walks across to Treginnis to see the newly born lambs!
Every so often we ask our customers for feedback and here are some more recent quotes, which appear on the Alastair Sawday's website:
'The cottages are stunning'; 'It was so comfortable and beautifully decorated'; 'Fantastic views'; 'We love this place'; 'What a gem!'; 'The beds are extremely comfortable'; 'The garden is a delight'; 'The best holiday cottage we have stayed in'.
This photo was taken at Whitesand Bay towards the end of a stormy day....Ramsey Island on the left.
We have lovely Clearview wood burning stoves in all our cottages... great for winter nights in, watching a film on our Smart TVs with Netflix!
We took this photo last summer and it reminds us of the warmer weather and why we love St Davids and Pembrokeshire!
The Times has voted St Davids to be on the best places to walk along Britain's beautiful coastline.
There are some amazing walks on our Activities Page and you can start many of them from our cottages!
Look for Coastal Path and click on National Trust.
The last few weeks have been amazing weather in St Davids and yesterday we went across to Ramsey Island and had this lovely view of Carn Llidi and the old and new lifeboat stations... looking across from the Bitches.
Yesterday we went to the west side of Ramsey Island and took this photo of South Bishop Lighthouse, which was built in 1839 by James Walker. It has been unmanned since 1983 and is monitored and controlled by Trinity House.
We had some great feedback from one of our regular customers, who said that "we just loved the kingsize bed in Bwthyn Gwe...the most comfortable in any hotel or cottage that they've ever stayed in!" Kathryn Francis, Gloucestershire
David and Tina Williams stayed in Bwthyn Gwe recently and said: 'we've had a brilliant week and the cottage is one of the best we have every stayed in during 41 years of holidays'. September 2016