Our cottages were fully booked over Easter, with warm sunshine almost every day! Here is feedback from the customers who stayed in Bwthyn Lil.
“We’ve just returned from a wonderful week in Bwthyn Lil….the house is gorgeous and the beds so comfortable…. you truely have created a little bit of paradise in West Wales. It’s so gorgeous, we definitely want to visit again!”
Jan and Paul Tomlinson, Bristol
April 13th 2015
This week a new rigid inflatable was delivered to Thousand Island Expeditions at St Justinians…. ready for the 2015 season.
It went directly past our cottages in Goat Street!
April 3rd 2015
Here is a little more feedback from one of our customers ,who stayed in Ty Gwilym this last weekend.
“Just a quick note to say that we had a great weekend in St Davids and Ty Gwilym was fantastic; great cottage…so well equipped and furnished superbly….with so many ‘little touches’. We would love to rent the house again and will recommend it to all our friends!”.
Alan Brace from Bridgend, March 16th 2015
March 16th 2015
Whitesands has been awarded Beach of the Year by readers of BBC’s Countryfile Magazine. The beach, near St Davids and five minutes from our cottages, is popular with surfers and families… and attracts thousands of visitors every year
March 12th 2015
We very rarely post customer feedback on our site; however we wanted to share this email from three couples, who stayed in Ty Gwilym for the first time over New Year.
“Happy New Year! We just wanted to say thank you for providing such fantastic accommodation in Ty Gwilym Holiday Cottages. We have been to many holiday cottages in our time between us all and we agreed that Ty Gwilym was one of the best we have visited. You have done a great job in providing a really homely but modern and clean accommodation – attention to detail was great.”
Anne and John Wheelhouse, Pinner, Middlesex – January 2015
January 15th 2015
Every morning Malcolm Gray, MBE, former lifeboat Coxswain, reads St Davids 19th century barometer at the top of Goat Street…just a minutes walk from our cottages.
The readings are logged and pressure trends go back many decades.
This is a beautiful example of a 19th century mercury barometer inscribed with ‘RNLB No 104 Institution. James Glaisher FRS’.
Don’t miss this!
October 6th 2014