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The Attic Penthouse has much character and roof top windows with a lovely breeze during warm days. With an overhanging beamed roof on one side of the main hall way, one bedroom has a low hanging entrance door and working table. The bathroom has separate shower and bath facility with WC and sink and lockable door. The main bedroom has a wall closet, side tables and queen size bed. The living room has a kitchenette with toaster, microwave, fridge and kettle. It opens up into a spacious lounge area with sofa seating, 42' TV and small electric based blow heater fire place. Attic living has panoramic views of the neighbourhood and a sense of privacy and tranquility. The setting is the Ivybridge Guest House with restaurant and bar services at your finger tips.
About the Owner
Response Time:Within a day
Listed Since:June 2016
Interaction with guests:
My wife Jan and I would like to welcome you to our home with open arms. We have 14 en-suite rooms here at the Ivybridge and enjoy managing a small restaurant and bar which is open to locals on Fridays and Saturdays. Although we have our hands full running errands and with the general upkeep of the place, we do live on site and are very approachable at any time of the day. Do let us know what you want to do here in Pembrokeshire and we will be only too pleased to point you in the right direction! We hope everyone enjoys this beautiful, natural, seafront destination of Goodwick!
The Attic Room is available to adults from teen to 99 years with the ability to use a 30 step external staircase access point to the apartment.
We would expect guests to respect...
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
3:00 PM check-in
11:00 AM check-out
1 Full bath
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
S$358 / stay
About the neighbourhood
...A 20 minute small country path from the Ivybridge Guest House will take you to the seafront, Fishguard Bay, and onto the coastal path. North Pembrokeshire is best known for the outdoors - kayaking, coasteering, cycling, walking and island hopping but we also have our share of historic buildings, castles, a cathedral, old mines, wool mills, art n craft shops, dwellings and 'claim to fame' being the last French invasion! As expected, restaurants, bars, Welsh tea houses and cafes - including food trailers - litter the villages, various seafronts and parks; all to be explored!
During high season which is from Easter through school summer holidays, a local 'Puffin Bus' operates between places of interest in the most remote destinations. If you have your own car, parking can sometimes cost a few pounds but with careful planning, there are also ways and means of keeping these expenses to the absolute minimum. Hop on/off public transport between villages and cities also work really well for hikers, walkers and cyclists in the area! There is of course a local taxi service for last minute needs and late nights.
How to get there
Railway: Fishguard & Goodwick Station: 1.3 km
Ferry: Fishguard to Rosslare Ireland: 1.5 km
Most travellers use GPS nowadays and that is perfect but for those without it, head for the Stena Line ferry terminal from Fishguard (in Goodwick) to Rosslare, Southern Ireland. We are the last house on the left, heading from the Stena Line port in Goodwick and heading on the A487 to the historic town of St David's. We have regular buses that can be stopped anywhere along the main road for convenience, a train station and the ferry from Southern Ireland, all within walking distance. We are off main road and with plenty of parking, convenient for any form of vehicle on 4 wheels!