Plas Drygarn Holiday Cottage


Plas Drygarn 4 Star Holiday Cottage Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire offers spectacular coastal scenery and heathery hills, all rich with wildlife and steeped in history. Plas Drygarn holiday cottage Pembrokeshire is situated at the foot of the beautiful Preseli Hills in North Pembrokeshire. Set against the dramatic backdrop of Foel Drygarn Mountain, offering a private, secluded location, perfect for families and couples alike. Rated as a 4 star accommodation by Visit Wales (Tourist Board) it is furnished to a high standard throughout; comfortable, spacious and fully equipped.

For more information about the holiday cottage Pembrokeshire and its facilities, call 01239 831159 or email Plas Drygarn Cottage. You can see our rates here.


The holiday cottage Pembrokeshire is the perfect base from which to explore the Preseli Hills and the wonderful beaches of the Coast National Park. The nearest village is Crymych with a wide range of facilities, shops and services, including a leisure centre. Enjoy a warm, friendly welcome at the Crymych Arms and you can check out the Megalithic burial mound known as Crymych Wayside Barrow.

The Preseli Hills

At the foot of the magnificent Preseli Hills, Plas Drygarn holiday cottage Pembrokeshire is ideally situated for exploring the Pembrokeshire countryside. The hills rise to 536 metres above sea level at Foel Cwmcerwyn, the highest point of the county with spectacular views. Dotted with Neolithic and Prehistoric remains, the hills are great for walking, running and cycling. Bluestone from the hills was used to build the inner circle of Stonehenge, transported over 240 miles away to Salisbury Plain. Sacred and historic sites include:

Bedd Arthur – or Arthur's Grave, claimed by local folklore as the burial place of King Arthur and his companion, Natthulal.

Carn Menyn - a grouping of craggy rock outcrops, believed to have been the main source for the bluestones used at Stonehenge.

Carreg Coetan Arthur - a Neolithic burial chamber dating back to 3000BC.

Castell Henllys - Iron Age Hill Fort, an important archaeological site where you’ll see a complete reconstruction of an Iron Age village.

Pentre Ifan – communal burial site; dolmen dates from approximately 3500BC.

Beaches near Plas Drygarn Holiday Cottage Pembrokeshire

In easy reach are the large bays are Newport, Fishguard, St Bride's and Carmarthen. The 4* holiday cottage Pembrokeshire is just 20 minutes drive from the Beaches at Newport and Poppit Sands. Traeth Mawr or Big Beach, is the largest at Newport with almost a mile of flat sand stretching across the bay below Newport Golf Course. The Parrog beach is an Old Port with a long history in the boating world, evidence of which still remains. An old crossing point known as 'The Chain' still exists for anyone wishing to wade across the estuary to Big Beach at low tide.

Holiday Cottage Pembrokeshire nearby Attractions

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - The only coastal national park of its kind in the UK which includes a 186-mile walking trail; the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

Oakwood Theme Park – Enjoy an action-packed family day out with white-knuckle rides; Speed, Megafobia and Vertigo (a skycoaster which simulates a free flight experience). As well as some great family rides including the Bobsleigh, Snake River Falls water chute and Tree tops rollercoaster.

Blue Lagoon Water Park - One of the largest indoor waterpark in Wales, located in the Bluestone holiday village can be reached in less than 30 minutes from the holiday cottage Pembrokeshire.

Folly Farm - Adventure Park and Zoo, winner of the Best Family Day Out is just 17 miles away from the holiday cottage Pembrokeshire. The park is home to the only giraffe in Wales and includes 6 fun-filled amusement and activity zones, some of which are undercover.

Llys Y Fran Reservoir – A popular angling centre where you can fish from a mark on the shore or hire a boat. Walkers and Cyclists can enjoy the excellent 7 mile track that circumnavigates the reservoir.
Pembroke Castle - Established in 1093 during the Norman invasion of Wales, yet the site has been occupied since at least, the Roman period. Margaret Beaufort gave birth to her only child; the future King Henry VII (founder of the Tudor dynasty) at Pembroke Castle in 1457.

For more information about the area local to the holiday cottage Pembrokeshire and its easy-reach attractions or to make a reservation call 01239 831159 or email Plas Drygarn Cottage.



Features and facilities include:
Sleeps 6 + cot

Fully Equipped Oak kitchen

Large dining table seating 6 + highchair

Freeview TV/DVD/CD/radio

Conservatory/Sun room

Bedrooms; downstairs twin, upstairs king size bedroom and a single with z-bed or travel cot

Downstairs toilet/wc, wash basin and large shower

Upstairs toilet/wc, wash basin and bath with shower above

Fully central heated by oil and solar panels

Laundry room

Shed for storage of large items

BBQ area with rustic patio furniture outside the double doors

Private enclosed garden area

Family and Pet Friendly