|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Treseissyllt Hafod is a wonderful house in a peaceful setting in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It lies between Strumble Head and Tregwynt near the beaches of Aberbach and Abermawr. A private track leads down to the sea and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail, making Hafod a perfect base for both family and walking holidays. The farm has been in the family for 60 years and its stables have been superbly converted retaining many of the original features. It is exceptionally light, with views towards Strumble Head, spacious and comfortably furnished and has excellent drying facilities. Parking is directly in front of the house and an extensive lawn leads out to fields.
My family have owned Treseissyllt for nearly 60 years and used to farm there. We converted the old stables in 2004 into a very comfortable house which has been enjoyed by us, our children and many people since. We are obviously rather biased but we think that the Pembrokeshire coast is one of the most lovely and unspoilt parts of Britain.
We live in Wiltshire and are happy to give you personal recommendations for the area.
"Lovely property - gorgeous location - better than expected. We loved the rustic charm - very hard to criticise! Much better scenery than Cornwall and far less busy." - Winn, July 2014
"Lovely spacious property. Great to be welcomed with milk and welsh cakes. Would definitely recommend for it's fantastic location". - Nicholls, Aug, 2014
"It was a perfect getaway, very relaxing and we wished that we had booked 2 weeks as nobody wanted to go home." - Stringer, July 2013
"This was a fantastic holiday! Everything was great, the accommodation is superb, the location fantastic. We all loved it here and will definitely look to return." - Pope, May 2013
Beautiful situation - great for roaming. Lots of lovely local places to visit. Kids loved the space to run. Snug, very cosy. Many thanks. - Tyrrell, Aug 2012
"Wonderful base for exploring. Spectacular coastline, excellent beaches. A fantastic break. Happy family!" - Rendle, July 2012
"Another only too short visit. As enjoyable as ever." - Cuthberston, Sept 2012
Stayed for a week with two families. 7 of us never felt cramped and we enjoyed having people over. Ample kitchen supplies and equipment (rangemaster) to properly cook 'home from home'. The photos do not show how big the space is inside and the mezzanine sitting room space is large and relaxing. Separate utility room and drying space great for wetsuits etc. Weber barbeque fab. The nearby walkable beaches(good 15 mins) are remote and never crowded - pebbles and sand mix - some surf - swell / wind conditions depending. Fishguard music festival a good bonus. Our kids 4-9yrs mix could play safely and visibly in the large garden. Thoroughly recommend. Tesco online delivers too.
Two families visited four adults and four children aged seven to thirteen . The barn is a haven ! It's clean,convenient and spacious . The gardens and surrounding area is beautiful . A real central location for all to explore being walking or driving . It's on a farm where the children loved seeing the sheep or horses or just being able to play with Della the dog. The walk to the beach was stunning and well worth a visit at dusk to witness the sunset something our children wanted to do most nights !
Would thoroughly recommend this place a revisit from our family is a must .
A superbly located, well equipped, characterful property. The beach down the lane is well worth the 20 minute walk. Excellent for proximity to Newgale beach which became our favourite and would recommend visits to SOlva, St David's, Fishguard and many others beautiful locations. If you have a head for heights visit Whitesands Beach and if you have a dog take the coastal path to the neighbouring beach, it's small, secluded and very lovely. The boat trip to Ramsey Islands to see seals, puffins and porpoise are also well worth it. We took our dog on the Sheerwater trip and they were very happy to accommodate. The surf centre right on the beach at Newgale are very helpful and reasonable and can supply all the kit you need. If you go when the tide is out there are two fantastic beaches to visit for rock-pooling. The barn itself was charming, lovely fresh smelling linen and we were very impressed with the well stocked and spacious kitchen, characterful rooms and the bonus of a washing machine and dryer meant with a family of five we returned home with cases of clean clothes for a change! A super house, a lot of thought has gone into this property and what is provided. Would thoroughly recommend.
Lovely beach of Aberbach and the coast is 15 minutes walk down a private track. Shingle, sand at low tide, rock pools and stream. Great spot for watching seals.
Abermawr Beach also walking distance or 5 minutes drive away. Shingle and sand and good for surfing. This beautiful, unspoilt corner of Pembrokeshire is famous for its lovely scenery, cliffs, clean beaches, birds, wild flowers and wonderful walks. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is universally regarded as one of Britain's outstanding walks.
5 miles to Fishguard Harbour and the ferries to Ireland. Railway stations at Fishguard (5 miles) and Haverfordwest (17 miles). Use of a car is recommended. A local coastal bus service runs daily and is within walking distance.
5 miles to Fishguard and Goodwick
13 miles to St. David's
Fishguard for the nearest bank and shopping and restaurants and water sports.
Post Office in Goodwick.
St.David's (the smallest city in the UK) Medieval Cathedral and Bishop's Palace;
good shops, restaurants and galleries.
Porthgain Harbour for The Shed Fish Restaurant and the Sloop Pub/family food
Letterston for excellent Fish and Chips at Something's Cooking.
Tregwynt Woollen Mill and it's shop and coffee shop are just down the lane.
See Strumble Head lighthouse
Pubs at Mathry and garage shop at Square and Compass (5 miles)
Riding, golf, kayaking, surfing, coasteering and many other activities are all available locally.
Oakwood Theme Park, a great day out for the family.
Walk the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path National Trail (186 miles!).
Visit Pembrokeshire's castles, gardens, nature reserves and the Preseli Mountains.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org for details of payment methods and booking confirmation
25% deposit on confirmed booking
Balance 6 weeks before arrival
Payment by bank transfer
1 well behaved dog allowed £25 pw
Saturday changeover. Departure time 10.00 hours. Arrival after 15.00 hours.
Notes on prices:
From £650 to £1,240 a week