|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
A comfortable & well-equipped cottage near the top of the village. The Pembrokeshire coast path and the local pub serving food are within a few minutes walk from the cottage The sheltered, south-facing garden has a table and chairs. Digital 'Freesat' TV is installed, also DVD/Video & stereo Radio/CD player. All bed linen, tea towels, bath mats & washing up materials are provided. Sitting room & bedrooms have fitted carpets. Within a short drive are the wild Preseli Hills, lovely Gwaun Valley & the historic towns of St. Davids, the 'smallest city' with its wonderful Cathedral, Fishguard, & Newport with many good shops & restaurants. Watch leaping dolphins & porpoises from Strumble Head, surf or fish on Newgale's mile-long beach, take a boat trip around the sea bird islands, a day ferry to Ireland, visit a working woollen mill or sheepdog display. Come in Spring for the abundance of wild flowers, or early Autumn to see the seal pups in the rocky coves, or find a quiet corner if you just want to relax & unwind.
What a fantastic discovery, this place is perfect & the most immaculate & clean accommodation ever ! Great location, convenient & peaceful. Thank you.
Back again to our favourite place for hols..
The cottage is very cosy, clean & well-equipped..
Lovely cottage, very clean and well equipped and cosy when Storm Angus came in! When the sun shone it was easy distance from the sea and beautiful scenery this coast has to offer. Adrian and his wife are lovely and couldn't be more accommodating and helpful. We had a lovely long weekend here and would recommend it to anyone
I stayed at the beginning of of October. Cottage was comfortable, well equipped and spotless. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay and my dog seemed to be having a good time as well! The cottage is well located in the middle of the village but 5 minutes from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Seals in many of the coves watching over their pups and inspiring scenery. Fantastic holiday. I cannot recommend the cottage and the area enough.
Some confusion about parking which the owner resolved quickly (it is in front of the adjoining house which belongs to the owner and is called Herston house). The village of Trefin (pronounced Treveen) is lovely with a good pub serving excellent food, a coffee shop which does breakfast and packed lunches and easy access to the coastal path. There is a small rocky beach for fishing, a ruined mill and a field with standing stones which make good subjects for photography. The whole area is delightful but we would have benefited from an ordinance survey map and, of course, the weather was glorious. The cottage is next to Herston house. It was very clean with a nice rear garden and had everything we needed. We thoroughly enjoyed the week and will be back.
The cottage was how we imagined, basic but every thing that was needed was to hand. Clean and tidy and comfortable.
Two things I would like to see improve would be the shower, to get the heat right , the shower lacked any power. Also the DVD player seemed to stop working after the second night, jumping and freezing so in the end we could not watch any films. These both could be put right with updating both items.
But apart from this we did have a good holiday with the cottage being a ideal base for exploring.
We stayed here in August with our two young girls and our dog. The cottage is lovely and had everything we could possibly need for our stay. The location is perfect and very quiet indeed. We particularly loved the little cove at the bottom of the village. We visit Pembrokeshire every year and hope to stay at Adrian's cottage again.
The cottage is very nice and well equipped, it has everything you need if you want to cook your own meals, however there is a great pub just down the road, which allows dogs and serves really nice food and a good selection of ales. The owners of the cottage are very friendly and welcoming, they live next door so can be approached if needed. The area is perfect for long walks, the Coastal Path is amazing. Would definitely reccomend this place if you want to get away from everything.
5 mins. walk to nearest rocky, sandy cove.
5 mins. walk to coastal path.
Porthgain Harbour 5 mins. drive
Abereiddy beach & 'blue lagoon' 10 mins. drive.
Whitesands surf beach 20 mins. drive.
Filling Station / convenience store 1 mile
Fishguard 7 mls.
Haverfordwest 14 mls.
St. Davids 9 mls.
Solva 10 mls.
Nearest Post office at Letterston 5 mls.
Tesco, Morrisons, most major banks & Post office at Haverfordwest.
Co-op, Lloyds & Barclays banks & Post office at Fishguard.
The area also has many shops selling unusual items such as local art & craft.
Also garden centres & open gardens to visit.
A & E Haverfordwest
Doctor Goodwick, Fishguard.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
25% deposit required on booking, balance due 2 months before date of holiday.
Saturday from 1st march to 31st of October.
Flexible out of season.
Notes on prices:
Electricity is charged per unit by meter reading on arrival & departure.