With distant sea views of Aberbach and Fishguard Harbour or picturesque open countryside views ‘Y Garth’ in Pembrokeshire is an affordable 5 star gold boutique bed and breakfast offering exclusive, stylish and luxurious accommodation. Contemporary in style Y Garth offers 3 individually designed rooms with luxury features such as flat screen TVs, Wi-Fi access, fresh flowers and chocolates. All bathrooms benefit from invigorating monsoon power showers with plenty of mains pressure hot water.
Breakfast in the light and airy dining room at Y Garth certainly is a Pembrokeshire/Welsh experience having recently won the Pembrokeshire Produce Mark Scheme Award for using only the best of local ingredients in a hospitality establishment. Wide variety menu - if you stay for a week you can choose something different every day. Vegetarians welcome.
You’ll receive a warm Welsh welcome and a high level of hospitality and comfort. Private parking available.
If you are planning something special – a birthday, anniversary, a romantic break, or just time away `Y Garth` will tick all the boxes.
Located in the village of Dinas Cross on the main Fishguard to Cardigan main road A487 – 3miles from Fishguard and 3 miles from Newport, `Y Garth` is an ideal base from which to explore the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Preseli hills and Cardigan coast. It is also ideally based to reach across the water to Ireland by ferry from Fishguard.
The headland at Dinas is one of the most spectacular along the Pembrokeshire Coast which is saying a great deal. At463 feet in height, the cliffs at Dinas Head provide excellent views across Fishguard Bay to the south and Newport Bay to the north.
There are plenty of glorious scenic walks which can be made from the house to take in golden sandy beaches, rocky coves, spectacular cliffs, estuary and mountain, all in the Pembrokeshire National Park. If you would like to walk a stretch of coastal path or traverse the Preseli mountains, the Walkers Bus will prove very useful - save having to find different accommodation every night.
The historic city of St Davids with its fine 12th century Cathedral, Bishops Palace and St Non`s Chapel birthplace of St David is within easy reach. There are several boat trips that go around the Pembrokeshire Islands- Ramsey and Skomer. Don`t miss out on this exciting experience.