Beudy Trehilyn

Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Guests: 3       Wifi: available       Pets? Pets welcome (max. 2 dogs), fee applies

Beudy Trehilyn

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Restored by Griff Rhys Jones, this cool Pembrokeshire coastal cottage with WIFI is one of the best holiday cottages in all of Wales – direct access to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park footpaths and quality that makes most holiday cottages seem like a joke.

Beudy Trehilyn must be one of the loveliest holiday cottages in Wales - one of the group of cottages around Trehilyn farm that form UTT's largest rental in Wales - sleeping up to 28 (or 31 in summer when the Showman's Wagon is in use). Scroll down this page to see the other Trehilyn properties. 

This delightful cottage has been converted from a stone dairy and cowshed by author / TV presenter Griff Rhys Jones on his coastal farm in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The restoration of the farm was the subject of the popular BBC TV Series 'A Pembrokeshire Farm' - so if you want to stay in Griff Rhys Jones' cottage, then you've found it here! This detached cowshed conversion is set in a peaceful location with seventy acres of farmland with fine sea views to explore. There is real attention to detail here - everything of great quality, with plenty of space and a great garden. 

Walk to the famous lighthouse on Ynys Meicl or hike out to Porthsychan cove. Beudy Trehilyn will appeal to the design-conscious, who love the coast. This is the perfect place to explore the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside and seascapes (watching dolphins) or just simply unwind.



latest review

Our recent stay at Beudy Trehilyn was a delight! The cottage is very clean, comfortable and stylish - we loved the design, furnishings and art-work. The table tennis, dvd's and Shop in the barn are a...

Annie L, December 2020

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£720 (based on 2 staying)
7 nights up to
£1380 (based on 2 staying)
pets welcome (max. 2 dogs)
bed layout
Master Double (ground floor) and the Single (ground floor) only

facilities at Beudy Trehilyn

farm or rural location
open fire / woodburner
coastal location - within 5 miles of the sea
media & technology
television and reception
wifi broadband available
cleaning services
washing machine
young children welcome

map - location

travel info

There is a Strumble Shuttle (404) from Fishguard which can be flagged down right outside (Google 'Strumble shuttle' for timetables), and there are a few trains a day to Fishguard & Goodwick Station.


in detail

The cottage has underfloor central heating throughout & a wood burner.

All one level Floor:

  • Open plan living/dining/kitchen with wood-burner
  • Kitchen area, electric oven and induction hob, dishwasher, washer-dryer, microwave, fridge/freezer
  • Double bedroom with door swing close traditional fabric curtain
  • Single cosy box bedroom
  • Wet room with large shower, loo and wash hand basin

Disabled friendly:

  • with gently sloping ramp from parking area to door
  • Flat access at the front door entrance and throughout the house
  • Wet room with shower (flat floor)
  • One level living (no steps or stairs)
  • Note: Doors to second bedroom and bathroom are standard width


  • Enclosed garden to the front of the cottage with patio & dining furniture
  • Access over 70 acres of land and many local footpaths. Nature walk (enclosed from livestock) along the stream to far end of the farm and a ruined cottage.
  • Parking for up to 2 - 3 cars
  • Small 'honesty' shop for essentials.
  • Table tennis in the barn


local area

  • Walk to the coastal footpath & lighthouse & dolphin/ whale look-out
  • More Blue Flag beaches here than anywhere in UK - (Aber Mawr 3 miles)
  • 51 forts and castles to see in the county!
  • Head inland to see the Preseli Mountains
  • Goodwick harbour - 3.3-mile drive (day-trips to Ireland)
  • Fishguard - (cafes & art galleries) - 4.5 miles
  • Buy stylish blankets at Melin Tregwynt

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customer reviews for Beudy Trehilyn

Our recent stay at Beudy Trehilyn was a delight! The cottage is very clean, comfortable and stylish - we loved the design, furnishings and art-work. The table tennis, dvd's and Shop in the barn are a really great addition. Lots of wonderful places to explore nearby including Strumble Head lighthouse, Pwll Deri and Melin Tregwynt and then nothing better than sitting by the woodburner with a coffee after a blustery walk! Would highly recommend and hope to return.

- Annie L,
December 2020

Delightful stay. We loved Beudy Trehilyn: cleverly designed, super comfy bed and sofas. Great to come back to after seeing the beautiful coast and enjoying some good food.

- Alison H,
December 2020

We loved the cottage and had a great stay. Very comfortable and well equipped and nicely designed. A great base for Pembrokeshire’s coastal path. We’ll be back!

- Richard M,
September 2020

Perfectly located, Beudy Trehilyn is the most beautifully designed cottage. A really cleverly thought out open plan space that marries the old structure with sympathetically contemporary interior. Light and spacious becomes cosy and atmospheric at night, our favourite spot to sit was in front of the windows in the large living space watching birds by day and bats by night. The bespoke corrugated wood and brass kitchen and bedroom furniture is just stunning - super garden where we stargazed under the blackest of skies, zero light pollution and absolute peace and quiet. Just gorgeous.

- Kate V,
September 2020

Another fantastic week at Beudy Trehilyn. The cottage was beautifully presented, clean and well equipped, and the peace and quiet made for a really relaxing stay. We were able to make the most of some amazing late-summer weather to explore the coastal paths and the Gwaun Valley. Highly recommended!

- Marcus C,
September 2020

Yet another enjoyable stay at Trehilyn. Beudy up to expectations again and all the favourite hotspots revisited - Y Garn Fawr, Porthgain, Abergwaun, Goodwig, Trefdraeth and St David's. Until the next time......diolch yn fawr. Owen ac Angela

- A l jones ,
August 2020

This was our third visit to Trehilyn, but the first to Beudy Trehilyn. The property is just wonderful; spacious, comfortable, and well equipped. The interior is modern with good art on the walls, but the best bit by far is the amazing joinery on the partition with forms the kitchen unit and divides the bedroom and hall from the rest of the house. Made from corrugated wood with brass details it is an absolute work of art, and makes the property very special.

- Simon williams W,
August 2020

we absolutely loved the cottage and it’s location. very comfortable bed and the whole cottage was warm , inviting and immaculately keen. Very reluctant to leave.

- Georgie F,
August 2020

We had a wonderful four days at Beudy Trehilyn. The cow shed conversion is absolutely stunning and we loved being there. Everything we needed was provided and we relaxed there straightaway. It's fantastic to be so close to the coastal path and to Fishguard which we hadn't realised was so pretty. Just wandering along the lanes and taking in the hedgerows and birds was great. We left thinking that we'll be back asap because there's still so much to explore. Thank you UTT!

- Kate C,
July 2020

We spent an extraordinary week at Beudy Trehilyn. It was the week duering which the Government imposed its C-19 lockdown restrictions. We were well stocked, the sun shone, and we were able to comply with the restrictions as the cottage is located in the most amazingly beautiful place and there was no need for us to go anywhere or see anyone. We went for a daily run down to the lighthouse and simply enjoyed the amazing scenery. The cottage was then a gorgeous retreat from the world. Everything in the cottage works perfectly and the shop in the barn was a Godsend. Thank you,.

- Nigel W,
March 2020