Ranelagh is close to Goodwick beach, the Pembrokeshire coastal path, Fishguard and Goodwick train station and the ferry to Rosslare, Ireland. It is a three bedroom mid century detached house set in large (1 acre) private wooded gardens, with views of the sea and Preseli Hills from the large sun terrace. Ample parking for several cars. From here you have easy access to the beautiful beaches of North Pembrokeshire including Whitesands and Newgale, as well as St Davids...Britain's smallest city.
Ranelagh is unique in that it is by the sea but also feels as if you are in the countryside because of the large wooded private garden, making it a very peaceful retreat.
Guests have access to the whole house apart from an attic room and a store room on the ground floor, which are both used for the owner's possessions and therefore locked.
Общение с гостями
Most of the time we are on hand to help as we live next door, otherwise we can be reached by phone or email.
Sue is an artist and it is her eye for colour and her intuition for design that you will experience during your stay at Ranelagh. The collection of colourful rugs (Persian, Afghan & Danish) were sourced by her partner Gary, who spent many years in the flooring business.
We recently retired to Pembrokeshire, which we believe is the most beautiful part of Britain, with a coastline that extends for 185 miles, friendly people, lots of activities and great Welsh food - what more could you want?
Some people say that Pembrokeshire is a bit like Cornwall but without crowds - We think so, but our part of Pembrokeshire has better beaches by far!
My partner Gary and I enjoy the simple things in life: relaxing by the pond, pottering in the garden 'aided' by our 3 chickens, going for long coastal walks, eating fresh local food, going to local exhibitions and attending classical music events. We are busy renovating another property but that doesn't stop us having a long chat with neighbours or guests and we enjoy recommending the best that North Pembrokeshire has to offer.