LOCATED RIGHT IN THE HEART OF ST DAVIDS, 2 GOAT STREET OFFERS A GREAT SPACE FOR FAMILIES AND COUPLES ALIKE.
Perfect for those wanting beautiful walks, gorgeous restaurants, local pubs and unique shops on your doorstep.
Minutes drive from golden sandy beaches and with everything you need within walking distance, this laid-back St.Davids Cottage is perfect for families or for couples looking for a little extra space. With an upside-down approach, the twin bedroom is on the ground floor along with the kitchen and dining room whilst the open-plan living space is on the first floor to make the most of the fabulous views of St.Davids Cathedral.
For cooler nights, snuggle up by the log-burning stove in the first floor lounge. Next to the lounge area is the double bedroom and the Bathroom with a gorgeous slipper bath for long soaks! To the rear of No.2 is a small, enclosed terrace with table and chairs to sit out and enjoy breakfast al fresco whilst listening to the sound of the Cathedral bells.
No.2 is WiFi ready so if you need to get in touch with the outside world you can.
Whilst parking isn’t provided at the property, guests can park in The Pebbles which is free parking, just 50 yards away. Alternative paid for car parks are Merrivale Car Park (a 4 minute walk away up hill), or Quickwell Hill (a 3 minute walk away).
No.2 welcomes up to 2 dogs at £25 each per week.
Lucky you! Being in the heart of St.Davids, there is plenty to do right on your doorstep. From the outstanding sandy beaches at Whitesands and Caerfai to the awe inspiring St.Davids Cathedral and Bishops Palace, to the lovely restaurants, brilliant galleries and shops, there’s certainly enough to keep you entertained.
St Davids is the jewel in North Pembrokeshire's Crown. There is so much to explore and do....
Head left or right from your holiday front door and a 10 minute walk either way will bring you to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Heading left you will come to the Coast Path by St. Non’s, the birthplace of St David. See the healing well that erupted from the sea when he was born. Take in the ruins of the chapel built in honour of St Non, his mother.
For the ultimate walk around the coast path, you’re your way to Treginnis Head – it has it all! Seals, porpoises and a wide variety of bird life and some of the most breathtaking stunning sights around. Fantastic views of Ramsey Island and St Justinians.
Porthgain, a small coastal village is lovely to explore with a pub and Fish & Chip bistro – walk the Coast Path either side of the village for breathtaking coastal scenery.
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