4.1 miles W of Fishguard
From £24 per person per night
Sleeps 4 people
Unique structure in Wales: Standing magnificently and secluded on the rugged Pembrokeshire coast, Station A blends seamlessly into the rolling landscape and has fabulous panoramic sea views of its spectacular surroundings.
Filled with a variety of luxuriant features which makes it the perfect retreat for a romantic getaway, or somewhere special to stay for a small family escape, this former WWII research laboratory station has been lovingly restored by the owners, handcrafted with amazing ingenuity creating a truly unique space. Every detail has been carefully considered from the individually crafted furniture, detailed features, stylish furnishings and stunning private grounds. Station A is truly an amazing place to get away from it all.
On entering this unique space you will be delighted with the spacious open plan living-room and mesmerised with the enchanting sea views. Imagine relaxing on the comfy sofas after a wonderful day walking the coast path, cosying up to the wood-burner on chilly winter nights. The extravagant hand-crafted dining-table is perfect for those evenings when you'd like to dine at home. Leading from the living space are two comfortable bedrooms, one en suite king-size room and a twin room with separate bathroom.
Step outside to delight in the beautiful landscaped gardens, enjoy your morning coffee accompanied by bird song and sit back to watch the stunning sunsets sipping a glass of your favourite tipple. Just sit back and enjoy this gorgeous natural setting, close to one of the finest Iron Age hill forts in Great Britain, and just a walk to the lighthouse at Strumble Head.
Out and About
Positioned perfectly between the majestic St Davids and the harbour town of Fishguard you will find an array of independent shops, art galleries, restaurants and pubs. Why not try adventure activities such as coasteering at the Blue Lagoon or take a boat trip to one of Pembrokeshire's iconic islands to see the Puffins. There's something for everyone, Station A provides a great base for all this stunning county has to offer.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player and wood-burner. Electric hob, electric oven and fridge/freezer. Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin. Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3'). Bathroom with bath, WC and wash-basin.
Availability, reservations and pricing : £660 to £1650 per week Powered by Classic Cottages
All prices are £ per week per cottage. Where applicable the prices are inclusive of VAT. The prices are specified for Saturday changeover dates.
For weekly holidays or short breaks beginning on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday the price for the following Saturday applies. For those beginning on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday the price for the previous week applies.
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. In addition, many cottages also include electricity and central heating within the price and this should be taken into consideration when comparing prices. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the Web site.
A non-refundable booking fee of £34 is payable per booking.
Seasons Book Now
|Dates 2020||Price Band (£660 to £1650 )|
|1 Jan - 15 Feb||: 660|
|15 Feb - 22 Feb||: 776|
|22 Feb - 21 Mar||: 660|
|21 Mar - 4 Apr||: 726|
|4 Apr - 18 Apr||: 899|
|18 Apr - 2 May||: 760|
|2 May - 9 May||: 841|
|9 May - 23 May||: 922|
|23 May - 30 May||: 1270|
|30 May - 6 Jun||: 1015|
|6 Jun - 13 Jun||: 1035|
|13 Jun - 20 Jun||: 1078|
|20 Jun - 27 Jun||: 1173|
|27 Jun - 4 Jul||: 1261|
|4 Jul - 11 Jul||: 1348|
|11 Jul - 18 Jul||: 1419|
|18 Jul - 25 Jul||: 1553|
|25 Jul - 29 Aug||: 1650|
|29 Aug - 5 Sep||: 1350|
|5 Sep - 19 Sep||: 1500|
|19 Sep - 26 Sep||: 1350|
|26 Sep - 17 Oct||: 1250|
|17 Oct - 31 Oct||: 1350|
|31 Oct - 19 Dec||: 800|
|19 Dec - 31 Dec||: 1400|
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