The Area

Cardigan Bay holiday cottages such as  Sherwood House provide you with a beautiful location to enjoy a short break away. The West Wales coastline offers visitors a glorious array of sights, sounds and flavours, and at  Sherwood House you have everything you could ever wish for right on your doorstep. Easy access to the Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion coastal paths, uninterrupted panoramic sea views, and some of the best beaches in West Wales are just some of the natural beauties of this unique and stunning area.

Whether you are looking for a quiet and romantic break away with your loved one, some thrills and spills along the beach with watersports and high octane action, or some lovely walks along the Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion coastal paths and countryside, you’ll have luxury accommodation to help you recharge and relax throughout your stay.

Relax in St Dogmaels

In the immediate surroundings of Sherwood House your West Wales holiday cottage is located just a few steps away from historical sites, friendly pubs and cafés, and beautiful scenery. You’ll find plenty of choice in the village for food and drink, with the award-winning Ferry pub just 3-doors down from your accommodation. 

Within walking distance can also be found The White Hart, Netpool Inn and the Coach House café offering an assortment of food and beverages. St Dogmaels Abbey and Coach House visitor centre provides a peaceful walk and a look at the history of the area, whilst it is also the scene for the weekly farmers market.

Like what you see?

If you like what you see and you’re ready to finish your search for a perfect Cardigan Bay holiday cottage, then come visit us at Sherwood House. Click here so you can check availability at the cottage and plan your Pembrokeshire coastal holiday that will live long in the memory. We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful part of the world.

Visit Cardigan

St Dogmaels and  Sherwood House  overlook the beautiful Teifi Estuary, you can easily visit Cardigan by venturing across the river. Within Cardigan town, you can take a wander for some shopping, stop off for a spot of lunch at Crwst or enjoy a relaxing evening meal at the Pizza Tipi.

Things to do

The recently renovated Cardigan Castle is situated along the Teifi estuary and was the site of the first National Eisteddfod held in 1176. The castle has been beautifully restored and you can take a stroll through the grounds to find out more about the history of Cardigan and the castle. With its very own unique restaurant, 1176 offers some delicious food and beverages from within the castle grounds.

If you fancy being pampered, the wonderfully elegant Cliff Hotel and Spa can be found just a little to the North of Cardigan.

Be at One with Nature

A holiday close to the Pembrokeshire coastline and Cardigan Bay is perfect as a base to explore some of the most beautiful landscape in the entire country, and there is plenty for you to choose from.  Sherwood House overlooks the Teifi Estuary, which is known for its abundance of birds and wildlife. The Bay to Remember boat trip service offers the chance for visitors to go seal and dolphin spotting and to get lost in the wonder of the local sea caves and coastline. Poppit Sands beach is just a short walk (or canoe at high tide) away from the holiday cottage, providing the perfect setting to go surfing, kayaking or coasteering. Not far to the east, nature enthusiasts can find the Welsh Wildlife Centre amid the Teifi Marsh. All of these stunning natural wonders can be found within easy reach.

St Dogmaels is the start and finish of the Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion coastal path walks, so you know you are staying in the right place to recharge your batteries.

If you are interested in Fishing, take a look at Teifi Fishing Guides, they will give you all the information and guidance you need when fishing in the local area.

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