Maes Y Felin, St. Davids, Pembrokeshire
Within walking distance of the centre of St Davids but also on the edge of the countryside, Maes Y Felin is a tranquil development built to uncompromisingly high standards.
Inside these traditionally-built homes you’ll find oak floors and doors, granite worktops and luxurious bathrooms with floor-to-ceiling tiles; and fibre broadband (fttp). Outside there are slate roofs, detached garages with electricity,
charging points for electric vehicles, and numerous other thoughtful touches. We’ve provided generous lawns and gardens and left plenty of space between the homes, creating an attractive, relaxing environment.
There are three property types available at Maes Y Felin:
Bedrooms: 4 | Plots: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 & 15
Internal Living Area: 158.67m² | 1,708 sq ft²
Bedrooms: 3 | Plots: 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14
Internal Living Area: 94m² | 1,012 sq ft²
Bedrooms: 3 | Plots: 1 & 16
Internal Living Area: 98m² | 1,054ft2²
Set at the westernmost tip of Pembrokeshire, St Davids is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful places in Wales. Big skies, a rugged coastline and golden beaches make it a popular destination for everyone from surfers to walkers, while many people visit for rest and relaxation in the grounds of its extraordinary cathedral.
Famous as the legendary birthplace of Wales’ patron saint, St Davids is the UK’s smallest city. It has a long and fascinating history; it’s said that the cathedral and picturesque bishop’s palace were built in a dip so that Viking raiders couldn’t spot them from the sea. On the edge of town, St Non’s well is rumoured to have sprung up when St Non gave birth to St David on the site of the neighbouring chapel. Now a ruin, the chapel sits within a stone circle overlooking the sea.
At the heart of St Davids is a network of pretty streets lined with stone and colour-washed buildings; these include a generous helping of boutiques, galleries, cafes and restaurants—despite its relatively small size, St Davids has an abundance of excellent places to eat and drink, from fine dining to buzzy, informal options.
One of Pembrokeshire’s most desirable places to live, St Davids offers a supreme quality of life in a friendly community, surrounded by stunning coast and countryside. There are several destination beaches nearby, including surfing hotspot Whitesands Bay; Porthselau, a tranquil hidden cove; and Porthlysgi Bay, a beautiful spot for swimming. Caerfai Bay, with its rockpools and striking grey, green and vivid pink rocks, is a 20-minute walk from Llys Glasfryn.