Bwthyn Trehilyn

Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Guests: 6       Wifi: available       Pets? Pets welcome (more than 3 contact us upon booking), fee applies

Bwthyn Trehilyn

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Priced for up to 5 staying, sleeps 6. Bwthyn Trehilyn is a dog-friendly holiday cottage restored by Griff Rhys Jones and family in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

  • 'The Best of Wales' - CN Traveller
  • 'Best Place to Stay in Pembrokeshire' - Countryfile Magazine
  • 'Top 30 Best UK Self-Catering' - The Times
  • 'Top 10 Cottages as seen on TV or in Film' - The Mirror

Everyone agrees - Bwthyn Trehilyn is simply one of the finest holiday cottages in all of Wales, and you'd have to look very very hard to find a better cottage for your holiday in Pembrokeshire. This cottage is consistently in (or at the top of) our 'Top 3' most booked cottage lists. Under 10 minutes from Abermawr beach, or walkable from the dolphin lookout and lighthouse on Strumble Head.

Meticulously renovated by BBC's Griff Rhys Jones from a ruin using authentic restoration materials and skills, this is a traditional, detached Pembrokeshire farmhouse in a peaceful location at the end of a track, with seventy acres of farmland that enjoy fine sea views.

Walk to the famous lighthouse on Ynys Meicl or hike out to Porthsychan cove. The restoration of this cottage was the subject of the BBC TV series “Return to a Pembrokeshire Farm”. Kids will enjoy the slide and swing set or trying to spot dolphins and whales from the lookout over the hill. 

Sustainability was behind every decision in this restoration, and there are two EV chargers for electric vehicle drivers available. 

Fly fishing for rainbow trout in two ponds available on site. Catch & release, arrange with estate manager after booking.



latest review

Great place if you are seeking peace and quite , nice walks and we saw seals near the lighthouse. Logs left for burner appreciated and the 2 pints of milk, we enjoyed a hot chocolate after a breezy wa...

Tracey P, 2024

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pets welcome (more than 3 contact us upon booking)
bed layout
Master Double (ground floor), Double and the Twin only

facilities at Bwthyn Trehilyn

farm or rural location
open fire / woodburner
coastal location - within 5 miles of the sea
media & technology
wifi broadband internet
cleaning services
washing machine
young children welcome
relatively accessible (ground floor bedroom)
electric vehicle charging
2 x type 2 chargers

map - location

travel info

There is a Strumble Shuttle (404) from Fishguard which can be flagged down at the end of our track (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 woodburner.

Ground Floor:

  • Open plan living/dining with wood-burner
  • Kitchen with doors out to patio dining. Stove, dishwasher, washer-dryer, microwave, retro fridge-freezer
  • Double bedroom with door out to rear garden
  • Shower room with large shower

First Floor:

  • Double bedroom with country views
  • Twin bedroom with country views
  • Family bathroom with bath


  • Enclosed rear garden with patio & dining furniture
  • Enclosed front garden with benches
  • Access over 70 acres of land and to many local footpaths. Nature walk (enclosed from livestock) along stream to far end of the farm and a ruined cottage.
  • Parking for up to 3 cars
  • Small 'honesty' shop for essentials
  • Table tennis in barn
  • small shared playground area with swing and slide for young children (enjoyed at own risk)
  • 2 type two electric car chargers (shared with all Trehilyn properties).

local area

  • Walk to the coastal footpath & lighthouse & dophin/ whale look-out (2.5 miles by road)
  • More Blue Flag beaches here than anywhere in UK - (Abermawr 3 miles, 9 minutes)
  • 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 Bwthyn Trehilyn

Great place if you are seeking peace and quite , nice walks and we saw seals near the lighthouse. Logs left for burner appreciated and the 2 pints of milk, we enjoyed a hot chocolate after a breezy walk . We did find the bed a bit too firm for us .

- Tracey P,

We had the most glorious holiday at Bwythyn Trehilyn infact we extended our stay as we enjoyed it so much. Idyllic setting cottage very cosy and clean walks in every direction so much to explore Shirley the housekeeper and Under the Thatch excellent caring service perfect for dogs safe and so much space thank you Trudy and Phil and Bertie the lab

- Trudy D,

Lovely cottage that’s really quiet looking over fields in a good position to explore some fantastic beaches. We chose the cottage as we have two dogs. Although the garden is enclosed it was fairly easy for them to jump over the wall which was a worry as a field just 50 feet away was full of sheep. The field does have a fence but nevertheless we could only let the dogs in the garden on their leads as we just didn’t want to take any risks. The cottage does have WI-FI but it’s an extension to the neighbouring cottage and the signals not that good. Although it worked for the first few days it stopped on the Sunday and we were told internet wasn’t guaranteed so we used a hotspot on our phone. Not a great concern for us but for families with children who like their iPads it maybe an issue. Although lovely the cottage could do with a king size bed in the main bedroom which was quite uncomfortable. We’d recommend Abermawr beach which we went to every day and only a couple of miles away, especially when the tide is out and you can walk along the sand. A little further is Traeth Llyfn beach which involves a walk from Aberieddy or Porthgain and down some iron steps but one of the best beaches we’ve been to when the tides out and really quiet.

- Peter R,

We all had a wonderful time. The house and setting even better in real life. So much thought has gone onto developing areas for wildlife too. The craftsmanship in rebuilding the house is evident in that it could have been there for centuries. A place to completely unwind but for those who are enenergetic some great walks from the front door too.

- Tessa D,

We had just the most wonderful week staying in Bwthyn Trehilyn. The setting is just perfect and the weather was too. The swallows flying around in the evening was magical. Bwthyn is just right for a family as it has good living space. The garden is enclosed which was good for the dogs too. All in all we could not have asked for a better place to stay.

- Mary B,

Bwthyn Trehilyn is a charming and beautifully restored cottage. We were a group of 5 adults (and 2 dogs) and enjoyed a very comfortable few days. Great location with wonderful views.

- Jackie meeks ,

We found the house was in an idyllic setting and very warm and comfortable ( especially given the present cost of fuel) . The house was spotless and great for access to the coastal path. Please let us stay again !

- Michael C,

A beautiful setting with lots of space to roam. Board games a plenty and a good place to really switch off. Goodwick has a garage and a Tesco express nearby to restock the fridge. Some lovely beaches close by that are dog friendly coves and Fishguard Quayside is small but pretty. Quite remote so take a torch for nighttime dog walks.

- Bethany C,

A thoughtfully restored cottage and a wonderful place to relax. Fabulous walks and views and our cocker spaniel loved it too ! JW

- Judith W,

We had a wonderful stay at Bwthyn Trehilyn in November - the house is very cosy in winter, with lovely views. The interior is beautiful and everything you need is supplied. Shirley and Anthony were brilliant as always and we were well looked after. Can't wait to come back - thank you.

- Verity E,

The cottage is in a fantastic area with lots of variations of places to visit from beaches to castles and small towns. The cottage is lovely and cosy and quiet with views all around. Enjoyed our stay and will be back.

- Claire E,

A Fantastic Cottage. We have stayed in six UTT cottages and will soon be choosing a seventh. Bwthyn Trehilyn is a lovely traditional cottage.

- Lee B,

Delightful cottage in a lovely setting. The nature trail in the grounds was great. Kitchen is very well equipped. Rustic furniture fits well with the cottage, if a little worn in places, but certainly didn't detract from the holiday. Handy shop on site for non-perishable essentials. Highly recommended. Thank you

- Paul H,

An absolutely wonderful experience- could not have asked for anything else!

- Heledd W,

Fantastic cottage! It had everything you need plus more. The underfloor heating was bliss! Beautiful area with great walking. We were very lucky with dawn to dusk sun all week which just capped the break away off nicely. Highly recommend the bakery in Fishguard for great sourdough bread. The Ferry inn St Dogmael’s for lunch/dinner or Melyn Tregwynt for breakfast! Will be back !

- Nicola F,

Thank you so much for a lovely 4 nights at Bwthyn Trehilyn with our 2 dogs. Fantastic accommodation, cosy warm cottage with everything you need for a restful break. Stunning area with so many walks and coastal paths. We will definitely be back.

- Annette B,

We had a wonderful week at Bwthyn Trehilyn, so much so we fully intend to return at the same time next year if we can. The underfloor heating and open fire mean the cottage is kept very cosy in the chill of January. Location is perfect for exploring both north and south Pembrokeshire, and equally well placed for coast and Preseli hills. Breakfast at The Sloop in Porthgain and Candelmas at St David’s were particular highlights. Suggestions for improvement, a pair of gauntlets for the log burner and it did feel like a bit of spring clean was in order, but these are minor points compared to the joy of zoning out for a week in such a wild and beautiful place.

- Kate P,

What a lovely cottage in a great location It has everything you want for a cosy cottage in the lovely Pembrokeshire countryside. The cottage is of high specification and the owners have renovated the cottage very stylishly and having watched the TV show made it even more special Good communication with the management company and the housekeeper and on site honesty shop was very useful for more logs so we were able to have a fire each night It was lovely to have the Christmas tree there for our New a year stay We took various walks and visited many places nearby and the coastal path is so near We have previously stayed in the converted mill on the estate , which is an amazing space, and I am sure we will be back maybe to stay in the farmhouse next time , though I think we may be tempted by this cottage again ! Thanks

- Heather D,

Thank you so much for our stay in your lovely cottage. We all really loved it. So beautifully renovated. We loved how warm it was! We were so chuffed that there was a christmas tree too. The view was spectacular, and very atmospheric with the rain and wind. Aber Mwar was perfect for a boxing day swim. Kitchen is well stocked and we had everything for a really comfortable, peaceful and relaxing stay. Thank you again

- Beth T,

Bwthyn Trehilyn was wonderful, cosy and warm, and just what we were looking for, for a weekend of total relaxation with our two dogs. The christmas tree was a lovely and unexpected touch and we had a lovely time.

- Donna P,

We absolutely loved our stay at Bwthyn. Even the force of storm Barra couldn't spoil our stay. The cottage has everything you need. The underfloor heating is effective but if you are like us and just love a cosy fire to settle down to there are plenty of logs available to buy if you run out of initial supply. The dogs love the local beaches and this visit managed to explore the preseli hills and Gwaun valley

- Pamela B,

Bwthyn Trehilyn was a wonderful, traditional Welsh cottage ideally situated for our favourite walks. It's location means you're a couple of miles from the coastal path and a 5 minute drive to Stumble Head. The cottage is set well back from the road and is incredibly quiet. We slept very well on nice linens although the mattress is beginning to feel a little worn. The kitchen was very well equipped - everything we needed was there! The log burner in the sitting room was great for chilly November nights and our spaniel appreciated the secure garden at the front and back. Overall - a great experience - thank you!

- Matthew M,

Wonderful break in a beautiful cottage. The weather wasn’t the best but it was lovely getting cosy next to the log burner and listening to the wind howling outside. Our second break at this location and we’ll definitely be back again.

- Sian C,

Beautiful cottage amazing setting. Have been many times and will come back many more. Everything you need is provided and you are left to enjoy! Brilliant.

- Zoe W,

Lovely cottage in an idyllic setting. Beautiful decoration and well equipped. Easy walk to the coastal path, and then on to fabulous views in both directions. We hope to be back.

- Clare W,

Pure unadulterated bliss- have never felt more at home or more relaxed.

- Rebecca S,

Fantastic stay, cottage was cozy, warm and well equipped. Plenty of scenic walks from the cottage (would recommend the coastal walk from Pwll Deri to Strumble Head) and lovely clear views from the enclosed cottage garden across the fields.

- Rachael B,

Bwthyn Trehilyn is a beautiful home. Interesting, warm, cosy and beautifully furnished. We spent 4 nights here and could have stayed longer. The home is spacious and easily accommodates 2 families. The bedrooms are independent of one another which is great for privacy. Ideal location for a summer or winter break. The gardens are fabulous if you’re luck with the weather. We would highly recommend this beautiful property.

- Julie F,

What a truly wonderful place. Bwthyn Trehilyn is immaculately turned out and very well-equipped. So much effort has clearly been put into converting it into a perfect space for a holiday and we thoroughly enjoyed our time there. The setting is beautiful, with stunning views from all the garden spaces, and only a short walk to the top of Garn Fawr and Pwll Deri. We will be back!

- Eleanor J,

Our second visit to Bwthyn Trehilyn, we liked it very much and especially the log burner for winter evenings

- Nicholas M,

He had a lovely stay for a windy week in November. The cottage is beautifully presented and the location is superb. We had a quick drive to the lighthouse and the blue lagoon and it was close to amenities in Fishguard (the Royal Oak was incredible!). It was nice to just spend time in the cottage and walking the fields with the dog. It was just the holiday we all needed and we will be back again in the new year. (Special mention you Shirley who was every to helpful when we arrived late at night and couldn’t find the key safe!)

- Mark P,

We have enjoyed the most amazing week at Bwthyn Trehilyn. Thank you for sharing your beautifully renovated farmhouse with us. The house is sited in the most stunning location, there are many walks from the door but it is also perfect for exploring the Pembrokeshire coastline. We surfed at Whitesands, coasteered near St Davids, took a boat trip to Ramsey Island to see the grey seal pups and choughs and walked along the fabulous NT beach, Marloes Sands. There is much to do for all ages. We shall look forward to our return visit in May. Thank you.

- Henry strudwick ,

Bwthyn fendigedig ac ardall hyfryd. Beautiful cottage in a lovely area Diolch

- Eleanor M,

A wonderful property with such a friendly feel. Everything was perfect and we loved the underfloor heating. The surrounding countryside was stunning and lots of places to visit.

- Gillian H,

We love staying at Bwthyn Trehilyn, having been a few times before.. Really attractive property both inside and out. coupled with a beautiful, peaceful location. Whatever the weather we have always had a great time.

- Chris B,

We had a wonderful week at Bwthyn Trehilyn. Beautiful weather meant that the amazing coastal walks were enjoyed by all, even our four children, who were spurred on by the thought of delicious fish and chips at The Shed at the end of it. The house was great and equipped with everything that we needed. I was particularly grateful to find the coffee machine! And Shirley was wonderful. Thank you.

- Catherine H,

Lovely warm and cosy cottage which was a delight to stay in. Thoroughly enjoyed our short stay and would love to return soon. Griff RJ has done a superb job restoring and converting these special buildings whilst preserving their historical and architectural integrity. Thank you for allowing us to stay and enjoy them.

- Rhiannon S,

The fabulous thing about both Pembrokeshire and Bwthyn Trehilyn is it doesn't matter what the weather throws at you. In Pembrokeshire, tomorrow will always be glorious (even when tomorrow takes a few days to come) and inside the very beautiful Bwthyn Trehilyn it doesn't matter a damn what the weather is doing anyway. Thick walls, comfortable chairs, warm floors and log fires. Take waterproofs, sunglasses and books. That should cover you for all eventualities - bring it on. Glorious.

- Jeremy L,

We’ve just spent a wonderful week at this amazing cottage. We’ve stayed at a few UTT properties but this is by far the best. It’s so comfortable, well equipped and peaceful. In the most glorious setting. We could not have wished for a better break. We will most definitely be back again

- Louise dunkley ,

We six ex-Fire Service fogies and two dogs had a wonderful time in the cottage. All instructions/administration was clear, it was good value and such a lovely cosy place to stay and catch up with old friends. Great walks from the doorstep. Many thanks!

- Adrienne willcox ,

Just back from a fantastic two weeks at Bwythin Trehilyn. Our first time to Pembrokeshire after spending many years holidaying on the Cornish Coast and we can’t wait to return. The walking is spectacular with stunning scenery everywhere you turn. Can’t wait to go back ! The owners have done a fantastic converting Trehilyn and it was a privilege to stay in such a magical place. Many thanks to all involved.

- Judith B,

We had a great time here. There were 14 of us in total so we booked Bwthyn Trehilyn and both sides of the Trehilyn farmhouse. Both properties have been very well refurbished and were very comfortable. We liked and made good use of the new Honesty shop. The west Pembrokeshire coast is beautiful and lots of things for the kids to do. We hope to come back. Thank you.

- E.k faure W,

Another wonderful stay at a classic cottage. Y Bwthyn is as usual of high standard set in picturesque Pembrokeshire. Highly recommended to all our friends and family.

- A l jones ,

Fantastic cottage and incredible location. The climbs and hikes along the cliffs and rocks with the girls was amazing fun and the views stunning. We loved the cosy cottage - the children enjoyed playing in the gardens and the stream. A true dream home. Thank you.

- Tina C,

We had a magical weekend at Bwthyn Trehilyn. We loved the cottage, the integrity of its restoration and the thoughtfulness given to the materials used. We were particularly impressed by the slate floor with its underfloor heating! We really enjoyed the paintings too. There was not a trace of that "holiday cottage" soulless feel, and so we felt at home right away. One of the nicest things was that you were straight into the landscape as soon as you went outside. We loved walking the coast path and enjoyed the woollen mill at Melin Tregwynt, and we had a fascinating episode at the tiny Ship Inn in Fishguard where there were photos of the crew filming 'Under Milkwood' in 1971. My only suggestions would be that I would have liked a bit more kitchen equipment - maybe a blender, and some more serving bowls. Also the displays on the cooker had rubbed off so getting the heat right was sheer guesswork. But all in all, it was a fantastic, memorable and reinvigorating stay for us and our two student children.

- Diana D,

Another wonderful stay at Trehilyn (we have lost track of how many times we have visited) We love having Garn Fawr and the coast path so close and the warmth of the house to come back to. A very special place. Thank you!

- Ruth L,

We had the most wonderful stay at Trehilyn over Christmas. The perfect place to relax and enjoy the company of family. It's the most comfortable of houses and the perfect base to explore Pembrokeshire. We love the walk up Garn Fawr from the house - amazing view of the coast. Porthgain a must visit for the The Sloop and The Shed, St David's for the Cathedral and Cwtch. Can recommend Tafarn Sinc, Preseli Mountain and Newport for its beach, walk, shops and restaurants. This was our second stay at Trehilyn, and we definitely intend to return.

- Myfanwy S,

What a wonderful 4 day retreat with mum and the 2 dogs. Bwthyn Trehilyn is the perfect spot for a rural hideaway to explore the Pembrokeshire coast, with the stream, the cattle and the very handy honest shop. We especially loved Abereiddy, Abercastle, Porthgain and Whitesands as did the dogs!

- Emma bowen ,

A completely delightful place to stay! Comfortable house with lovely views and vistas and so much to do. We liked Fishguard very much, especially the bookshop and arts centre. We loved the coast path, so near to the house and a great walk on either direction. We cycled too which was great, all the way to St David’s and the amazing cathedral. It was a very relaxing place to be and we look forward to returning.

- Alice noon N,

We had an amazing three day break at Bwthyn Trehilyn. It was our sixth stay at Trehilyn and first time at Bwthyn. Such a beautifully restored cosy cottage with everything that you need. A beautiful setting with only the sound of water from the stream, birds twittering and the occasional sound of the sheep and cows. Will hopefully be returning to Trehilyn once again very soon.

- Sarah W,

A fantastic, stylish cottage enjoyed by all and dog!

- Andrew T,

Another wonderful weekend in one of our favourite UTT properties. Well maintained, clean and a perfect getaway cottage, away from the stresses of modern day life. The weather was kind and we were able to explore new walks along the rugged Pembrokeshire coast. Many thanks - we'll be back! Owen, Angela, Alasdair, Max and Monty.

- Owen J,

The most idyllic spot and really lovely house. Beautifully done and everything catered for. Peaceful, tranquil, glorious. Can't think of any improvements. Wifi's pretty dodgy, but quite nice to be a bit cut off.

- Anne O,

Fabulous long weekend at Bwthyn Trehilyn. The cottage is stunning and in and idyllic setting making it the perfect Pembrokeshire hide-away. Breathtaking costal walks on the doorstep. There is nothing I can fault about the cottage or our stay - other than I wish we had booked for longer. Highly recommend staying here - outstanding!

- Amanda D,

A lovely well-equipped, clean, warm cottage in a beautiful setting. Within easy reach of the coast path for walks, and not too far from good pubs and restaurants. Particularly liked the powerful shower and the well-equipped kitchen. Not our first visit, and definitely not our last!

- Joan collins ,

We loved this cottage. It's beautiful, comfortable and excellently suited for cooking and relaxation. The short drive to Strumble Head made it a perfect choice for hiking the coastal trail, which we did daily. We would stay again in a heartbeat!

- Katherine B,

A beautifully restored property in a lovely part of the country. Tastefully furnished throughout with warm Welsh blankets, and good perks like a Nespresso machine added to its luxury status. There is so much to do in Pembrokeshire, but we loved staying in and relaxing in this home from home.

- Anna kitley ,

Beautiful cottage in excellent surroundings. The cottage was fully equipped with everything and anything needed for a short break. The garden was very safe and secure for small pets. Absolutely loved the nature trails on the farm. The wood burner was an added bonus although wasnt really needed with the warm toasty under floor heating. Would definietly book again.

- Zoe W,

Beautiful cottage, tastefully renovated, all mod cons and some beautiful paintings! Very cosy stay.We fell in love with the coastline, walked along Strumble head which is a must for any visitor. Recommend the Sloop and The Shed for drink and dinner.

- Mel shorting ,

We loved this cottage! It's beautifully restored using traditional techniques and is not only very attractive, but comfortable too. The combination of whitewashed walls with lovely smooth slate floor tiles and under-floor heating from a ground-source heat pump is a winner! The location is perfect, with a huge choice of coastal and inland walking paths right on the doorstep. We didn't really want to leave - and hope to make it back again before too long.

- Jane P,

Our third cottage at Trehilyn, we love them all, another UTT we really did not want to leave, rain or sunshine, a top notch home from home. Three days was too short, so a longer spel for us next time. Pleser. Eirlys, Charlie, Alwena,Druid, Hels, Lila and Solo.

- Eirlys jones ,

A really lovely cottage in a beautiful location. Everything about the cottage was good...warm, clean and inviting with excellent facilities and a very relaxed, homely feel. The cottage has spectacular views over some lovely countryside. We walked parts of the coastal path every day and had a really good week, despite some very wet weather.

- Cath L,

What a magical place! Bwthyn Trehilyn is a beautiful place to stay - we and our (indoor) cats relaxed from the moment we got there. It's a wildlife haven - we watched birds bathing in the brook in front of the cottage, watched the clouds rolling in from the Atlantic - and listened to the silence. Aber Mawr beach - just 3 miles away is great place to catch the sunsets.

- Fi carroll-lewis ,

A characterful and comfortable cottage for us all to meet as a family. The weather was fantastic which enabled us to visit Skomer Island and walk 10 miles of the coastal path the following day. Diolch yn fawr iawn.

- Megan jones ,

We loved the cottage - very comfortable and cosy but not fussy - frankly perfect for us and we have such a relaxing break. We were blessed with beautiful sunny days and then loved curling up in front of the log burner in the chilly evenings. Quiet location. Woodland walk for morning dog leg-stretch before breakfast was lovely, and the honesty shop very handy. Thank you.

- Nikki T,

We really enjoyed our weekend at this beautiful cottage. It was very clean, well equipped and comfortable. The character of the cottage has been maintained, with lovely colours throughout and lots of attention to detail. The woodburning stove was easy to use and the underfloor heating kept us very cosy. There is plenty to do in the surrounding area. Fishguard is a pretty town with a good range of shops and cafes. Despite the rain we enjoyed some lovely walks on the nearby coastal path. Thank you, we would love to return sometime.

- Sarah Y,

A week bathed in secluded spring sunshine , with only the sound of a babbling stream and excited lambs was rejuvenating to the enth degree. Our house welcomed us in with tones of comfort that can only be provided when created by a family of builders and conservationists who had so obviously become part of the farms history. Hide and seek, pooh sticks, baking , walking and having the most peaceful week has left an indelible mark on my family. I can honestly say I'm driving home in tears. Thankyou all that make this spot so special.

- Lucy T,

Lovely cottage in a quiet spot with beautiful views.

- Jonathan H,

Bwthyn Trehilyn Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park a fantastic week of great weather, walks from the cottage in all directions and super place to get away and unwind, the cottage itself was well equipped and spacious with everything you need. Highly recommended

- Mark W,

Although the weather was inclement we were able to snuggle up in the warm thanks to the wood burning stove in the cottage. We had a lovely time going out and about enjoying retail therapy in Haverfordwesr, Solva, Narberth, and Melyn Tregwynt just down the road. There are plenty of places to buy lovely things, eat lovely lunches and drink lovely coffees even if the weather rules out strolling on lovely beaches. The cottage gave us all that we needed as a home from home. Who needs sunshine to have a good time!

- Patricia L,

What a fantastic weekend. Pembrokeshire at its very best with stunning weather and uncrowded. We had three glorious days walking the coastal path. Bwthyn Trehilyn was a real delight. Beautifully simple yet wonderfully well equipped. An excellent base in a lovely quiet location. Look forward to our next visit.

- Andrew B,

We had a lovely stay in this beautiful, carefully restored farm cottage. It was relatively well equipped and very comfortable. We travelled with a 4 year old and 2 year old and found the cottage to be pretty family friendly. We particularly liked the enclosed garden.

- Amy C,

Lovely location - a real feeling of space afforded by views to the horizon in several directions and sufficient space around the cottage to enable us to sit out in different spots at different times of day. Bedrooms were nice and interior decor was very tasteful. We had a problem with noise from the boiler during the night but hopefully that's now sorted as engineers arrived as we were leaving. Playing table tennis in the giant barn at the top of the lane was a daft but fun added bonus. The "woodland walk" just opposite the front door turned out to be hidden gem - a ribbon of wildlife running through farmland that was lovely to explore. All in all, highly recommended.

- Colin watson ,

Lovely cottage in great location. Had everything we needed. Thanks. Julia, Michael and Sean

- Julia T,

We thoroughly enjoyed staying in a beautifully and tastefully furnished cottage. Wouldn't hesitate to go back, in fact have been talking about a return trip. Highly recommended it to all our friends.

- Claire M,

Beautiful cottage in a great location.Well fitted with everything you need. Lots of stunning beaches within a very short drive.Plenty of walks from cottage.Would love to visit again!

- Jason J,

I think we have found our second home! Such a beautiful cottage – cosy, comfortable and warm – great surroundings, walks and views . . . and we'll definitely be back! Stephanie, Tom, Jo & Richard 31.3.14


A very enjoyable stay in this picture perfect cottage. Its so peaceful and quiet – a real 'get away from it all' place. The cottage is an inspiration. Lisa & Simeon 1.6.12


We've had an amazing stay. This has to be one of the most beautiful cottages I've stayed in – it has made us want to renovate our own place. With a stressful job I couldn't wait to 'get away from it all' and this place provides exactly that. The setting is stunning. Alex & Dom 13.4.12


We have had a wonderful time at Blissful Bwthyn. Its so peaceful, so beautiful, so relaxing. The children have loved playing 'treasure hunts' in the stream, flying kites in the fields and exploring. The Lancys 2.9.11


An exquisite cottage in a beautiful setting! Once we were able to drag ourselves away from such a gorgeous 'home' we discovered some lovely places. A truly memorable holiday in a very special place. The attention to detail throughout Trehilyn from the craftsmanship to the tasteful décor has created an exquisite, magical place. 16.4.10


A fabulous long weekend blessed by great weather. What a superb cottage. A really special place from which we will take many happy memories. Tipper family 28.3.10