Treseissyllt Hafod is an ideal holiday location, situated in Britain’s only coastal National Park and within easy walking distance of Pembrokeshire’s Coastal Path and the beaches of Aberbach and Abermawr. An attractive range of stables and old farm buildings have been carefully renovated to a very high standard and are exceptionally light, spacious and comfortable.
Pembrokeshire is famous for its beautifully clean beaches, unspoilt coastline, castles, churches and cromlechs. The many spectacular views and clean air attracts artists, walkers, photographers, botanists and families that just want to enjoy a peaceful seaside holiday in this special corner of Pembrokeshire. Strumble Head peninsular is a superb vantage point for bird watching and you may be lucky enough to spot porpoises and seals. The two local beaches both have sand at low tide, with rock pools and lovely swimming, Abermawr is popular for surfing. Golf, horse riding, kayaking, coasteering and many other activities are all available locally.
Although set in a quiet location, a short drive will take you to St Davids (the smallest city in the UK) with plenty of places to eat, good shopping, its many galleries and not forgetting the wonderful Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace. The small town of Fishguard is approx. 15 minutes drive away with a weekly farmer’s market on Thursday selling local produce, fish and meat. There are also galleries and a great bookshop. The famous tapestry depicting the last invasion of Britain in 1797 is well worth a visit in the library. The Strumble shuttle buses from Tregwynt Woollen Mill run between Fishguard and St Davids along the coast road and are an ideal way for holiday makers to explore the coast without taking the car. Tregwynt Woollen Mill and its small coffee shop are within walking distance and the pub at Mathry, shop and garage at Square and Compass are approx 5 miles away.
Treseissyllt Hafod is a lovely cottage with masses of space and light and has excellent drying facilities. It is very well equipped. There is a large lawn and patio with garden furniture and BBQ. There is a large field beyond the property, ideal for walking the dog. GROUND FLOOR – Hall, utility/drying room/sink/wc. 2 steps up to the large kitchen/diner. Sunroom, leading from here are 2 twin bedrooms, shower room/whb/wc/heated towel rail. A bathroom with overhead shower/whb/wc/heated towel rail. 2 steps down to king size bedroom leading into another twin bedroom. FIRST FLOOR – A very large, light and comfortable sitting room with multi-fuel stove and unspoilt views towards Garn Fawr. Facilities include: Range Master/electric double oven/grill/gas hobs, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer. TV/DVD, radio.
“Quiet and comfortable. Lived up to expectations, Good location. Pleasant walk to the local beach. Secure garden ideal for young children.”
Vivien Hutchinson 14th July 2018
Oil fired central heating, under floor heating
Multi-fuel stove with a complimentary bucket of coal
Within walking distance of beach and coast path
- Broadband & Wi-Fi
Parking for up to 3 cars
Oil/gas/electricity charged £35 per week October – April
Bed linen supplied (no cot bedding)
- Cot and high-chair available
One dog welcome – £20 per week
- No smoking in cottage