5-star self-catering cottages

500 yards from

Abereiddy Beach, Pembrokeshire. 

 

Check availability and prices on our web-site or telephone 01348 831004.

Porthiddy y Canol Seaward side

Ty Canol

Ty Canol -sleeps 2 to 5

  • Large, spacious, two-storeyed cottage
  • Well-equipped kitchen/dining and sitting room
  • Two bedrooms
  • One bathroom with full suite including shower
  • Another shower-room
  • Wi-fi available
Holiday cottages from the garden

Bwthyn Hir

Bwthyn Hir – sleeps 2 to 4

  • Large, spacious, single-storeyed cottage
  • Open-plan lounge/dining room and kitchen
  • Two bedrooms
  • Bathroom with full suite and separate shower
  • Wi-fi available

The two Holiday Cottages are situated at Porthiddy Farm West within sight of the sea in the National Park on the north Pembrokeshire coast, within ten minutes walk from Abereiddy bay. Situated halfway between the city of St David’s and the harbour and rail terminal at Fishguard, Porthiddy is peaceful and unspoilt, and makes the perfect starting-place from which to explore the natural splendour of Pembrokeshire, while affording guests the space and privacy needed for a truly relaxing break.

Upon your arrival at the cottages, one of the first things we recommend doing is making your way down to the beach on foot, across our fields and then through the rough common in the valley. This short walk will take you past old cottages built for fishermen and workers at the old slate quarry (now the “Blue Lagoon”) and is instantly uplifting, particularly if you’ve had far to come. The bay is one of the best places to catch a spectacular, invigorating and romantic sunset as you look out west from the beach.

There have been farms on this site since at least 1340. The cottages were created from stone farm-buildings, as part of a refurbishment of the whole site. During this process, extensive use was made of original, local materials. Much attention has been given to preserving the styles and detailing of the buildings that are typical of the area: the traditional styling of Pembrokeshire’s stone buildings adds to the beauty of this distinct environment.

Inside, the cottages are light and roomy, most notably the large kitchens which can serve as the centre of family life in the countryside. There’s plenty of space throughout to relax and unwind: an idea drawn from the National Park as a whole.

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