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Grebe Cottage is a comfortable 2 bedroom terraced cottage, sleeping up to 4 people, which is fully equipped for a family holiday and close to the wide sandy beach at Poppit Sands and it has stunning views from its position overlooking the Teifi Estuary. It sits near the start of the Pembrokeshire coastal path and is an ideal base for walking and bird watching. There are a number of fabulous beaches within easy reach along the dramatic coast of Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion as well as the beautiful inland scenery of the Preseli Hills.

There are two pubs close at hand and shops, cafes, leisure centre, theatre and cinema are all available in the nearby town of Cardigan. Grebe Cottage is ideally located for exploring West Wales with easy access to numerous places of interest and visitor attractions in this area as well as close to good local beaches, golf courses and fishing.

Grebe Cottage is ideal for a weekend retreat or getting 'away from it all' for a break. If you like walking, sight seeing, eating out, culture, shopping - this part of Wales has it all, whatever the season - whatever the weather.

Grebe Cottage (Glanteifi, St Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire)

Price from £TBC per week

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No Pets

No Smoking






Bathroom - bath/shower

Kitchen/dinning room

2 Bedrooms - Master double and twin rooms

Cot available


TV, dvd player with dvd’s

Fireplace with fire


Fridge with small freezer compartment


Washing machine

Tumble dryer

Linen provided

Central Heating throughout

Small front garden area with garden furniture

Sea Views

Parking for 1 car

Property Features

Teifi Estuary

Blue Flag Beach

Sandy Beach

Sand Dunes


Wind Surfing


Leisure Centre






Coastal Path

Community Features



Opening Hours

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Monday-Saturday: 8am-8pm
Sunday: 10am-6pm

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Tel: 07779 414 026  /  07791 761 755

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What's in St Dogmaels?


Cardigan Bay Active operate from the quay on the south side of Cardigan Bridge. They provide a range of activities including coasteering, surfing kayaking at sea or on the river, wildlife watching boat trips, bushcraft, climbing, and mountain biking.

Pembrokeshire Paragliding use Poppit Sands on occasions when the wind is too strong for cliff tops.


The Coach House Heritage Centre opened next to the Priory in 2008. It is built in an old coach house with a modern extension and incorporates both historical interpretation of the village and surrounding area and a cafe. The centre provides an interpretation facility with models and displays and an internationally important collection of inscribed Christian stones dating from early Celtic times between the 7th & 10th century and which pre-date The Abbey.

The centre provides educational facilities for schools, colleges and archaeological researchers. It also provides a venue for St Dogmaels History Society, workshops by local artists and rolling exhibitions of arts, crafts, local history and natural history.

St Dogmaels Abbey was founded in the twelfth century on a site occupied by a pre-Norman monastery. Parts of the church and cloister are 12th century, however, the west and north walls of the nave are 13th century and the north doorway 14th-century ornamentation. The north transept is Tudor. The footings of the chapter house can be seen to the west of the cloister, with the adjacent monk’s infirmary standing almost to roof level. After the Dissolution of the Monasteries, the church continued to be used for a time by the parish, and a rectory was built into the southwest corner of the cloister.

A Sagranus Stone in the church of St Thomas the Apostle bears an inscription in the ancient Ogham Script. The Church is next to the Abbey.

Y Felin Water Mill is one of only two working mills in Wales. The mill has been completely renovated with its original machinery intact. Y Felin dates back to the twelfth century and is thought to have been built by St Dogmaels Abbey. A guided tour of the mill will reveal how their wonderful selection of flour is made, including Welsh organic wholemeal, seed and herb, and garlic and chive. The delightful tea room offers a mouth-watering selection of fresh home-made produce, including scones, cakes, bread and light lunches.

Food & Drink

The Coach House visitor centre has a great cafe as does Y Felin Mill.

The Ferry Inn occupies a lovely riverside location at the western end of the village.

The Teifi Net Pool Inn has a great view over the river. All their food is homemade by their house chef.

The White Hart is on Finch Street on the Cardigan side of the village. It’s an historic Inn with a lot of character, some great beers and a wide ranging menu.

The Webley Hotel just before you reach Poppit Sands have a good menu with a lot of local produce on it including Locally Reared Lamb Steaks, line caught Sea Bass, Dressed Crab, Lobster and Cardigan Bay Prawns. Also Caws Cenarth cheese and ice cream from Crymych.

The Deli has moved to the High Street now has a cafe as well as a cornucopia of delicious delicacies including some very distinctive local cheeses.

There’s a cafe at Poppit Beach in the car park and there’s a fish and chip shop on the High Street.

Getting to St Dogmaels

The nearest train station with ongoing bus connections is probably going to be Carmarthen.

The Poppit Rocket coastal bus service links St Dogmaels with Cardigan, Poppit Sands and Newport. Services are specifically designed to help walkers with one morning service to drop you off at your start point and one afternoon service to pick you up again.

Did you know...

There has been a settlement at St Dogmaels for a very long time but nothing remains prior to the Norman invasion. It was the Normans who established the Priory in 1113, which was subsequently upgraded to an abbey in 1120.

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