Set in 70 acres of farmland, our Trehilyn properties are only a mile from the dramatic Pembrokeshire coast.
The 1830s farm estate derives its name from Heilyn, son of Gwyn the Old, a Welsh hero who appears in the medieval Mabinogion stories.
Why not rent the whole estate for a magnificent get together (sleeping up to 22 or 25 in summer when the Showman’s Wagon is in use)?
Or treat yourself to a break at the one of the individual cottages below…
Our best selling holiday cottage, Bwthyn Trehilyn is a 19th-century miller’s cottage set in a peaceful location at the end of a track. It sleeps 6 and is dog friendly, as are all of the Trehilyn cottages.
Melin Trehilyn is a Grade II listed historic mill with a bronze-clad modernist extension. It sleeps four and combines the old with the new perfectly.
This delightful cottage with a wonderfully styled interior sleeps 5. It was converted from a stone dairy and cowshed and is all on ground level. From April to October you can request the use of the Showman’s Wagon – a big hit with children and adults alike!