Your Cottages in Lower Town, Fishguard
Self Catering Cottages in Lower Town
Nos.33 and 37 Quay Street in Lower Town, Fishguard, are in a row of three listed stone-built fishermen’s cottages that have been sitting on the quayside, gazing southwards across the peaceful and picturesque old harbour, for some 300 years.
Their stunning setting has caught the eye of many an artist and cameraman, with the cottages themselves featuring in the films Moby Dick and Under Milk Wood and as the backdrop to numerous television programmes.
We’ve carefully renovated each of these cottages so that you get the best of both worlds – the original frontages and character, along with imaginative modern extensions and bright, fresh interiors that are finished to the highest standard.
Whatever you are looking for in a holiday, Pembrokeshire has something to offer: our major music festivals, spectacular walks along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and in the National Park, boating and sailing, birdwatching, gourmet food and drink, short courses, adventure activities or simply the original bucket-and-spade experience on glorious sandy beaches.
We really love these cottages for our own family holidays and, having enjoyed many years of fun and tranquility here, we can offer you plenty of ideas on how to make the most of your stay.
Let us know if you are planning to travel by train or coach as we can collect you from the station, and if you are coming from overseas, or if you have an elderly or disabled person in your party, there may be other ways we can help.
We have a Friday changeover for both cottages. However, we are happy to be flexible for out-of-season breaks.
Whatever your needs, we will give you a warm welcome!
Pembrokeshire Coast has been voted the UK’s Holiday Destination of the Year in the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards 2018
“I’m delighted that Pembrokeshire has been rightly recognised for its outstanding landscape. Pembrokeshire really has it all; from breath-taking beaches, beautiful mountains and plenty of interesting attractions.
“As someone who lives in Pembrokeshire, we can sometimes take what we have on our doorstep for granted and so it’s important that we take a moment to enjoy living in such a remarkable place.
“We must also remember the hard work that goes into conserving our local environment and I’d like to extend my thanks to everyone who helps to keep Pembrokeshire as beautiful as it is. This award is recognition of that hard work.”