Ty Nancy

4 Quickwell, St Davids, Pembrokeshire, SA62 6PD

WTB 4 Star
Sleeps five in three bedrooms, and has a double sofa bed. Accommodation consists of: Bedroom 1 has a double bed, hand-basin and view over the cathedral. Bedroom 2 has a single bed. Bedroom 3 has twin beds 'and a handbasin. Sitting Room: Large sitting room, containing modern and antique easy chairs and antique wooden furniture. It has an open, wood-burning fire, television and DVD player, and opens through an arch onto the dining room. Kitchen: The kitchen has been completely renovated and has an electric cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. The original walk-in larder and overhead wooden drying rails have been retained. Enclosed garden with seats and table for summer. Utility Room: With washing machine and tumble dryer. Dining Room: With chairs, dining room table and side tables. here is space for one car on the driveway.

General: There is full central heating with radiators in every room, and a wood-burning fire in the sitting room. Gas, electricity and WiFi connection are included. There is a telephone for in-coming calls. We ask for no pets and no smoking.

Normal changeover day is Saturday. The cottage is cleaned in the middle of the day, so please arrive after 4pm and leave before 10am.
Ty Nancy consists of two late 18th century Grade 2 listed cottages, converted into one. It has recently been thoroughly renovated and is spacious and comfortable while retaining enormous character and charm. It has a small secluded garden, which contains the ancient 'cowled' spring which was once the principal water source for local people.

Located on Quickwell Hill, near the centre of St David's, close to shops and cathedral and 10 minutes walk from the sea.

St David's is the smallest city in the UK, famous for its magnificent 12th century cathedral and ancient Bishop's Palace. It is situated in a hollow, out of sight of pirates, some fifteen minutes walk from the Pembrokeshire coastal path, and is a centre for artists and naturalists, including bird-lovers.

Attractions include boat-trips, swimming, surfing, diving, rock climbing and golf, and there are many good restaurants in the city. The nearest railway station is at Haverfordwest, and there is a bus to take passengers the extra fifteen miles to St David's.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Allowed
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • WiFi

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