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Gellifawr Hotel & Cottages
Pontfaen
Fishguard
West Wales

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Gellifawr is located in the beautiful Gwaun Valley in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, about four miles from the coast and beaches at Newport Sands. The area in which they are situated is designated a site of special scientific interest. Perfect for walking, bird watching, hiking, cycling, nature watching, beaches, sightseeing or just relaxing in the friendly and comfortable welcoming environment. This is Bluestone country where the famous stones at Stonehenge originated. The area has many fascinating historical features. It lies in an unspoiled rural area, surrounded by farms, with many footpaths and bridleways and an abundance of wildlife. The nineteenth century stone farmhouse has been lovingly restored and comfortably furnished ensuring a warm welcome to this tranquil and relaxing family run hotel. We also have 14 cottages in various sizes, from one to three bedrooms all beautifully converted from stone farm buildings. All cottages are non smoking. The cottages are situated in a lovely courtyard with a pond, there are seating areas and barbecues for those lazy summer evenings and the cottages are only a stone's throw from the bar and restaurant should you feel like a break from self catering. Our newly refurnished restaurant offers a frequently changing menu that is designed & prepared using the finest local produce. We look forward to welcoming you.

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