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Ty Gwartheg

Nr. Trefin and Porthgain, Pembrokeshire Coast

Trefin holiday cottage in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with fabulous views near Abereiddy & Mathry. Pet welcome.

Near: Trefin 1m, Traeth Llyfn Beach (NT) 1m, St Davids 7m, Fishguard 7m

  • Reference 683
  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets Welcome Internet / Wifi Available
Trefin holiday cottage Pembrokeshire National Park pet welcome
  • Pet friendly holiday cottage in a quiet, rural country lane overlooking the coastline at Trefin between St Davids and Strumble Head.
  • Magnificent panoramic view from sitting room bow window towards sea and sunsets.
  • Tastefully furnished comfortable beamed sitting room with feature stone chimney breast and open fire for cosy evenings. Meticulously maintained
  • A charming cottage kitchen with white wooden units, pine kitchen table and country chairs make an ideal place for family meals.
  • Colourful and comfortably furnished bedrooms have pretty cottage windows with lovely garden views.
  • On a clear day you can see the Wicklow Mountains on the east coast of Ireland - why not take a day trip?
St Davids, Pembrokeshire National Park
  • St Davids has a range of amenities including banks, post office, internet cafe, supermarket, filling station, chemist, doctor, vet and interesting independent shops.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
  • Sandy coves, harbours with local fishing trips, sailing, golf at St Davids, activity centres for all ages all within easy reach of this North Pembrokeshire holiday home.
Porthgain Fishing Village, Abereiddy,  Aberfelin, Abercastle and Trefin all 5 minutes away
  • Porthgain is a small picturesque harbour with the Shed bistro/bar ( Welsh Fish Restaurant of the Year 2006 - booking advisable) the Sloop Inn, an olde worlde pub serving excellent bar food and 2 art galleries showing the work of local artisits.
  • Abereiddy and the Blue Lagoon used by Red Bull Diving World Series.
  • Aberfelin and Abercastle are both pretty little sand and shingle coves, Aberfelin backed by sea cliffs and Abercastle a fishing village. Bothe welcome pets all year round.
  • Pembrokeshire National Coastal Park with unspoilt coastline and coastal path nearby.
St Davids & Cathedral & Bishop's Palace 7 miles from Trefin holiday cottage
  • Britain's smallest city with Cathedral nestled at its heart.The village city has a number of interesting & individual shops, galleries and crafts as well as a choice of places to eat and drink. While visiting do book a memorable boat trip out to the spectacular outlying bird islands.
Walk from Abercastle to Porthgain - nearby clifftop walk
  • Keen walkers and nature lovers will enjoy this nearby clifftop walk on a popualr section of the coastal path. The views are magnificent. One well behaved pet dog is welcome too.
Wood Park Off Road Driving, Clarbeston Road
  • Experience the thrill of off road driving in a 4x4 or a JCB. A day to remember.
Abereiddy Beach & Blue Lagoon 10 minutes away
  • A popular family friendly, west facing, sand & shingle beach with rock pools, cliffs and a Blue Lagoon in the Pembrokeshire National Park. Yes! Tghe lagoon really is blue. Once a slate quarry now flooded by the sea and popular for coasteering - an adventurous way to move along the intertidal zone of a rocky shoreline such as adventure swimming, rock scrambling, jumping and diving.
  • Ideally located this north Pembrokeshire holiday home has lovely panoramic views.
Strumble Head & Iron Age Fort Garn Fawr
  • Enjoy the spectacular coastal scenery here at any time. Look out for porpoise, seals and seabirds. Explore the Iron Age hilltop fort of Garn Fawr. During stormy weather take shelter in the converted wartime lookout post and be enthralled by the dramatic pounding waves crashing onto the rocks before you.
Strumble Shuttle & Puffin Shuttle
  • These hail & ride coastal buses are ideal for coastal walkers and beach lovers. Enjoy the coastal path in linear sections without having to double back on yourself. Walk and catch the bus back or catch a bus to the start and walk back to your car.
  • Solva with its fiord like estuary is a picturesque waterside village with a few interesting shops, a gallery, crafts and a choice of places to eat and drink. Walk out to the headland for spectacular coastal views.
Archaeotours & East Nolton Riding Stables
  • Tour some of the best prehistoric sites in west Wales with a qualified archaeologist. Choose from Strumble Head, Nevern & Pentre Ifan or the Preseli Hills. Transport and refreshments are included. Phone 07890155 538
  • Ride along the beach, open moorland or wooded bridleways and lanes with Nolton Riding Stables. Enjoy a drink and something to eat after in the village pub The Mariners Inn at Nolton Haven near Newgale.
Golf at St Davids or Priskilly Forest Club in Castlemorris
  • Choose the St Davids 18 hole links course with wonderful coastal views of Whitesands Bay & Ramsey Island or Priskilly Forest's challenging 9 hole course set in mature parkland with panoramic country views.
Trefin holiday home North Pembrokeshire with stunning views near Porthgain
  • There is much to enjoy near this Pembrokeshire National Park holiday cottage 5 minutes drive from Abereiddy, Aberfelin and Abercastle - an area now popular for coasteering adventures, kayaking and all watersports. One well behaved pet dog is welcome too.


2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4, plus cot. 1 double, 1 twin.

Towels provided.

Shower room with electric shower, toilet and wash hand basin.

Kitchen/Diner beamed, country style with full electric cooker with gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/drier, Welsh oak settle, table and chairs.

Sitting Room a homely room with a bow window seat with panoramic sea views, beams, open fire, tv/dvd, 2 seater settee and armchairs.

Grounds enclosed rear patio with seating.

Ample parking within the grounds at the front. There is a 2 acre field a few yards from the property in which children can safely play. (subject to crops)

Fuel electricity, storage heaters & starter pack of coal/logs inclusive May-Sept. £30 per week outside these dates.

WiFi available

Welcome FREE - 1 Dog max anytime except during July and August

No smoking indoors please





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Customer Reviews

Superb cottage and superb views & countryside. Thank you for a warm welcome and lovely Welsh cakes. Wonderful going home refreshed. Had some wonderful walks along the cliff tops.

John & May Goole, East Yorkshire

A beautiful cottage with superb view! Excellent location and so peaceful. We are truly refreshed. Thank you Janet & David.

Catherine & Brenda Griffiths, Merthyr Tydfil, S. Wales

Perfect holiday cottage. Everything we needed was supplied. Great location and wonderful views. Thank you.

Susan, Catrin & Geraint Evans, Kingston upon Thames

Breakfast with a view, love it!! Cottage beautiful and attention to detail outstanding. We will be back.

Neil, Gillian & Megan (also Izzy the dog), Lancashire

Thank you for the warm welcome, wine, We3lsh cakes! Lovely cottage, wonderful view and we had fantastic weather too!

Wallace family, Stourbridge West Midlands

An oasis of peace set in stunning surroundings. www.qualitycottages.co.uk/aroundwales/pembrokeshire-holiday-cottage-ty-gwartheg

Pete Wallace The Stourbridge News

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Access Statement(x)

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? Yes

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes