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Entrance hall. Open plan Lounge/Dining/Kitchen , TV, DVD and CD player, electric hob, oven, fridge, microwave and washing machine. Magnificent views across the bay. Bedroom , with king-size bed and magnificent views across the bay. Bathroom , with Victorian shower, bidet, wash hand basin and WC. Patio with garden furniture, use of the communal garden. Rent inclusive of electricity and gas central heating. Duvets, bed linen and towels are provided. Non smokers only. 3pm takeover. Fishguard, Goodwick and Lower Town form a close and friendly community in north Pembrokeshire. The area is famous as the location of 'The Last Invasion of Britain' when in 1797 French troops landed nearby. Local heroine Jemima Nicholas captured many of the invaders single handed and the Frenchmen later negotiated their surrender at the Royal Oak inn and laid down their arms on Goodwick Sands.The invasion is commemorated by an imposing and internationally famous tapestry which is on display at the Last Invasion Gallery in the Town Hall.
Fishguard stands on an imposing headland commanding superb views of the bay. It is the main shopping centre of north Pembrokeshire with two small supermarkets and family-run shops and businesses. There is a choice of hotels, pubs, restaurants and cafes with several pubs providing entertainment at weekends. The town provides many superb walks including the Marine Walk which has outstanding coastal views.The town is served by the Fishguard town service bus, which runs alternatly from Harbour Village or Stop-and-Call to Fishguard town hall. Two Fishguard - St Davids bus routes also pass through the town.