In Fishguard, house rentals are the most prevalent accommodation option. The average price of this particular type of property is £143 per night, with an average area of 142 m². Moreover, if you're travelling in a group of 6, house rentals are an excellent accommodation type in Fishguard, since they are usually able to welcome 6 guests. You can also consider other types of accommodation in Fishguard. For example, resorts are another typical property type in Fishguard, with 8 offers listed. The average size of resorts in Fishguard is 20 m², and the average price is £75 per night.
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Use the filters above to easily find a holiday letting fitting your needs among all of the properties in Fishguard. Fishguard is the perfect place to book a rental if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time, as the most common features are internet and TVs. Plan your holidays in advance if you love sweating the stress away in saunas or you need a cot for your baby. There are only 1 listed lettings including saunas and 8 properties providing cots.
Discover a Norse fishing village with Fishguard holiday lettings
Your Fishguard cottage locates you on the Pembrokeshire coast in an ancient hamlet on the River Gwaun. Over a thousand years old, Fishguard was a Norse trading post and remains a bastion of maritime charm and heritage today.
Come and see the spectacular 30 metre long tapestry that was woven to mark the bicentenary of the last invasion of Fishguard. An audio visual display and story boards recreate this dramatic moment in history and making of the tapestry, which is housed in the Fishguard Last Invasion Tapestry Gallery.
Delve beneath the ocean's surface at the Ocean Lab in Fishguard Harbour. The exhibition offers a fascinating insight into the native species that inhabit Pembrokeshire's waters, including octopus, crab and lobster. Watch footage of seals and dolphins playing in the surf before diving in yourself.
The Dyffryn Fernant Gardens sprawl beneath Pembrokeshire's Preseli highlands. Surrounded by prehistoric remains and quaint farms, the gardens feature intriguing focal points, naturalistic planting and exotic fauna.
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