Public Transport


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Public Transport on and Around Strumble Head

How to get to Stones Cottages

 

People have asked us before “What are you doing here? Hiding?”. While we are not exactly hiding it is true that Stones Cottages is a peaceful retreat from the noise and light pollution of much of Britain. Does that mean we are hard to find? Not on your nelly. With ferry’s, trains and buses linking Goodwick and Fishguard to the real world not to mention the footpaths linking Stones Cottages and Strumble Head to the almost unreal landscapes of the Pembrokeshire National Park there are many ways to get here. If you are coming by public transport we are more than happy to pick you and your luggage up from either the ferry port or the train station. Furthermore public transport is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint.

 

Fishguard & Goodwick Train Station

Fishguard & Goodwick Railway station is the terminus of one of the branches of the Swansea line.

Fishguard Trains – A guide

 

Getting Around & About from Stones Cottages

Fishguard & Goodwick Buses

 

The Strumble Shuttle is the closest bus route to Stones Cottages and it runs between Newport and St. Davids. Furthermore it is only a 10 min walk to Trefasser Cross from the cottages. Why not make the most of the Coast Path while you are here and take this great bus service to Porthgain or Abereiddi and walk back along the coastal path to the cottages? Or why not walk from the cottages to Strumble Head and follow the coast path to Goodwick Harbour and then get the bus back from Goodwick Square.

404 Strumble Shuttle (Summer)
404 Strumble Shuttle (Winter)

There are lots of busses from Fishguard to other parts of Pembrokeshire and Cardigan. We would be happy to drop you off or pick you up from Fishguard if we are around.

410 Fishguard to Goodwick
343 Fishguard – Puncheston – Haverfordwest
344 Fishgaurd – Maenclochog – Haverfordwest
345 Mynachlog-ddu – Fishguard – Mynachlog-ddu
405 Poppit Rocket: Cardigan – Newport – Fishguard
412 / T5 Cardigan – Fishguard – Haverfordwest
413 Fishguard – St Davids via Goodwick, Mathry

 Fishguard & Goodwick Trains

There are seven trains a day from Fishguard & Goodwick station. Here is a link to a great site that will tell you al you need to know and has great ideas for days out such as taking the train to Tenby. Again we are more than happy to drop you off or pick you up from the train station if we are about.

Day Trips to Ireland

It is also possible to take a day trip to Roslare in Ireland on the Fishguard Ferry. It can cost as little as £5.50 per person on Tuesday. admittedly you don’t get much time on Irish soil but it is a fantastic opportunity to spot wildlife. Great for seeing Common Dolphins and most of all the ferry probably offers the best chance of seeing Risso’s Dolphins anywhere in the UK. Recent spots include Fin Whales and Minke Whales.

Visit the Stenna Ferry web site for more details.

It is also possible to volunteer on one of the wildlife surveys with excellent Sea Trust Wales monitoring Whales, Dolphins and other Cetaceans across the Irish Sea. More information can be found here or why not take a visit to the wonderful Ocean Lab on Goodwick sea front to talk to the staff.

 

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