Self-catering holiday cottages, situated on the Pembrokeshire coast, near the historic city of St Davids, in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
- Spectacular uninterrupted sea views
- Within walking distance of the coast and Pembrokeshire Coast Path
- Easy access to Pembrokeshire’s award winning beaches, acclaimed restaurants, pubs and the City of St Davids
- Near the historic fishing village of Porthgain
Both properties have a Four Star Rating from Visit Wales (formerly the Wales Tourist Board)
Pembrokeshire Holiday Cottages; Mountain Hall
We have availability in both our cottages ‘Y Beudy’ – The Cow Byre – sleeping up to eight and ‘Ysgubor’ – The Grain Store – sleeping up to four.
Please contact us for small group rates for our larger cottage, Full weeks and short break options are available. Please call or email us for details.
Our traditional Pembrokeshire stone built Cow Byre (Y Beudy) and Grain Store (Ysgubor), have been converted into two holiday cottages that offer an escape to both the countryside and coast. Set in 8 acres, the accommodation has seclusion together with easy access to the beautiful and dramatic Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with it’s abundant beaches, wildlife, flora and fauna. Both properties are set in ample grounds with lawns and grassed areas.
The two barns form an L shape facing out onto a shared courtyard area overlooking the sea. There is ample private parking for several vehicles. Bordered by low Pembrokeshire hedge banks, the property has unrestricted, panoramic sea views looking out over the Pembrokeshire coast and Irish Sea – on a good day it is possible to see the Wicklow Mountains of Ireland and even the peaks of Snowdonia. The coast and Pembrokeshire Coastal Path are just a short walk away, as is the nearby cove of Aberfelin and the historic fishing village of Porthgain.
The cottages are located virtually equidistant from four public houses The Ship Inn, Trefin, The Sloop Inn, Porthgain, The Square and Compass Inn, Square and Compass and The Artramont Arms, Croesgoch. All can be walked to within half an hour or so (or less depending on how thirsty or hungry you are!) with the Ship Inn and Sloop Inn being the closest respectively. All serve good food and a selection of beers and are family friendly establishments.
It is just a short 15 minute car journey to the historic Cathedral City of St. Davids, or alternatively jump on one of the regular coastal bus services that run along the nearby coast roads. Relax and enjoy Britain’s smallest City with its acclaimed restaurants, tea rooms and shops. There is a small supermarket, family butcher and delicatessen for all those essential items, as well as gift shops and ice cream parlours. Why not visit the majestic Norman St Davids Cathedral, so well hidden in the valley you may well miss it completely, or alternatively enjoy the attraction of a spectacular fully guided marine wildlife tour around the Ramsey Island nature reserve aboard one of the vessels that depart regularly from the RNLI lifeboat station at St Justinians and are booked from the centre of the town.
There are several excellent bathing beaches nearby. Traethllyfn and Abereiddy being the closest with Whitesands and Newgale a little further. Both Whitesands and Newgale are popular, especially with surfers and both have RNLI lifeguards during the summer. Abereiddy is smaller and is famous for the ‘Blue Lagoon’ a flooded slate quarry – which was used to host the British leg of the Red Bull World Cliff Diving Championship; you are able to drive right up to the sea wall and parking is free. Traethllyfn beach is a stunning beach, only accessible by walking either via the tracks through farm land or via the Pembrokeshire coast path from Porthgain or Abereiddy and then descending the 125 steps of the stairway down the cliff. Definitely worth a visit.
There are public swimming pools located in the new Sports Centre in Fishguard some 20 minutes drive, and Haverfordwest Sports Centre some 30 minutes drive away, and although there is no longer a swimming pool in St Davids we have a new sports centre with gymnasium.
A selection of literature and local information are provided in the cottages and we can source additional information if you require.
For detailed information on the area there is a link to the Visit Pembrokeshire website on our links page.
As owner managers we are also available to answer queries and offer assistance.
View of the two cottages looking North West towards the sea
Relax and enjoy the stunning views and coastal walks
One of our views of the Pembrokeshire Coastline seen from the Cottages
We are happy to accommodate well-behaved pets by prior arrangement. Please note that the cottages are surrounded by farmland.
Please note we operate a non-smoking policy within the cottages and respectfully ask guests to refrain from smoking within the properties.
For further details please contact Ieuan and Sandra Jenkins on:
Telephone number: +44 (0) 1348 837 803
Bookings require a 30% deposit which is non refundable on cancellation. The balance is due six weeks prior to your holiday.
We request that payment is made in full if booking within 6 weeks of the date of your holiday.
Spring flowers and coastal views