Fern Villa Guest House, 4* B&B Fishguard
Fern Villa is a spacious 135-year-old Victorian house set in three quarters of an acre of mature gardens near Fishguard, Wales. We offer a friendly service with comfortable accommodation with beautiful views of the North Pembrokeshire coastline and countryside.
Our double en-suite rooms all have fantastic sea views overlooking Dinas Head and the North Pembrokeshire coastline. The twin en-suite looks over the garden, which guests are more than welcome to use. The single room (this has private facilities) also has views over the garden. Breakfast is taken in the sun room with views of the sea, and will set you up for the day.
Fern Villa makes an ideal base for a short break or longer holiday, we are a two minute drive (or a 5-10 minute walk) from the ferry terminal in Fishguard Harbour which provides daily links to and from Ireland. The railway station is also located here. We are happy to accept late night bookings and can pick you up if necessary.
A two minute walk from the Guest House is the beautiful 186 mile long Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with its towering cliffs and sandy beaches. If you wish to explore the local area there is a bus stop just down the road which will take you to St. David's, Newport, Tenby, Cardigan and many other local attractions.
EuroCar and Hertz Rentals are also within walking distance.
Fern Villa is situated in the village of Goodwick (pronounced Goodik) which was once just a cluster of fishermen's cottages. There is plenty to see and do, so why not explore the narrow streets and cliff paths and take in the glorious views over the coastline. If you are lucky you may spot a grey seal or even a dolphin or porpoise.
There are pubs and restaurants within walking distance which serve freshly cooked meals using local produce.
If you feel like relaxing head for Goodwick Sands and the Parrog where you can watch the world go by.
You can also walk into Fishguard from Fern Villa via the Coastal Marine Walk, which gives you lovely views of the Pembrokeshire Coast line and takes about 25 minutes (1 mile.)
Fishguard is a small market town and is famous for the last invasion of Britain in 1797. It also provides further places to eat and explore, including a range of quaint shops and restaurants. Lower Fishguard Harbour is worth a visit and has featured in a number of films such as Under Milkwood. The picturesque harbour is a must see and cannot fail to leave an impression.
Goodwick is within a 20 minute driving distance of St Davids (famous for its magnificent Cathedral) and the market towns of Haverfordwest and Cardigan. There are also golden sandy beaches and hidden coves close by often only known by the locals but which we will be happy to direct you to.
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This page was last updated: 08 December 2012