Trehilyn Uchaf

Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Guests: 5       Wifi: available       Pets? Pets welcome (max. 2 dogs), fee applies

Trehilyn Uchaf

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This is the Pembrokeshire Farm owned by Griff Rhys Jones that he lets for holidays when he isn’t home. First class Welsh holiday accommodation in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park near great walking and beaches.

Trehilyn Uchaf was famously restored by BBC's Griff Rhys Jones and the subject of the BBC TV series 'A Pembrokeshire Farm'. Uchaf is one of the group of cottages around Trehilyn farm that form UTT's largest rental in Wales - sleeping up to 22 (or 25 in summer when the Showman's Wagon is in use). Scroll down this page to see the other Trehilyn properties. 

We think that Trehilyn is among the best self-catering cottages in the UK, and VisitWales (the former Wales Tourist Board) agree. The Observer named Trehilyn in their Top 15 Green Places to Stay in the UK (No.7) and the Irish Times reviewer love it too, and Country Life name it as Best in Wales. 

Expect a genuinely stylish, quality interior with real attention to detail. Click to see the views from the farmhouse. An authentic restoration undertaken with sustainability in mind. Enjoy seventy acres of farmland with fine sea views - Trehilyn is about a mile inland from the most dramatic section of the Pembrokeshire coast. Trehilyn Uchaf is the main 1830s farmhouse, adjoining the smaller Trehilyn Isaf. Click here for an aerial photo or read an independent Guardian review here or one from greentraveller here. This guest blog has more images. 

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What a lovely, warm and friendly house! Can't wait to go again!

Jeffrey M, November 2020

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arrival at
17:00
depart by
10:00
guests
5
7 nights from
£547 (based on 2 staying)
7 nights up to
£1260 (based on 2 staying)
pets
pets welcome (max. 2 dogs)
bed layout
Master Double, Twin, Single (ground floor)

facilities at Trehilyn Uchaf

bathroom
bath
general
farm or rural location
open fire / woodburner
activities
coastal location - within 5 miles of the sea
media & technology
television and reception
wifi broadband available
cleaning services
washing machine
infants
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.

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in detail

Centrally-heated throughout via underfloor heating and virtually carbon-neutral heating.

This house is semi-detached with Trehilyn Isaf, and if they are taken together an internal door between the kitchens can be opened to use them as one house.

Ground Floor:

  • Cegin Fach - small contemporary kitchen with Bosch dishwasher, microwave, oven etc.
  • Cegin Fawr - traditional dining room with antique furnishings
  • Parlour sitting room with open log fire, Small digital LCD TV & DVD.
  • Single bedroom to ground floor, also doubles as study.
  • Small shower room and toilet to ground floor.

Upstairs:

  • Spacious master bedroom with double bed and attractive coffered ceiling.
  • Twin bedroom with Victorian grate.
  • Large family bathroom (converted from what was a double bedroom). Bath.
  • Small utility area with washing machine and dryer to first floor.

Outside:

  • Small front garden
  • Large rear garden shared with Trehilyn Isaf
  • 70 acres of farmland (keep dogs on lead around sheep). Nature walk (enclosed from livestock) along stream to far end of the farm and a ruined cottage.
  • Small 'honesty' shop for essentials
  • Table tennis in barn

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customer reviews for Trehilyn Uchaf

What a lovely, warm and friendly house! Can't wait to go again!

- Jeffrey M,
November 2020

Arrived in Summer and left in Autumn so saw Pembrokeshire in contrasting moods .....The house Is very atmospheric and comfortable. Although small the kitchen is fine to cook in with good appliances and equipment and the laundry room upstairs was much appreciated. We enjoyed the local beaches ( saw seals and gannets) and the excellent local produce at Fishguard market on Thursdays

- Nicky C,
September 2020

Totally idyllic break in the tranquility of remote West Wales - what a way to come out of lockdown - we loved it! The coastal path is spectactular and on the doorstep and the farmhouse has been restored very sympathetically. I cant wait to revisit!

- Sian P,
July 2020

Sit in the hallway & warm your feet on the sensitively restored tiles with the front door open & ponder on the extensive restoration that took place to make this cottage an exceptional stay.

- Rebecca C,
June 2019

What a beautiful house in a perfect position for exploring all there is to see in South Wales. Very comfortable and well equipped, especially the kitchen if you like to do a lot of cooking. Lovely to be greeted with a row of cows staring at you in the morning too !

- Mark B,
January 2019

What a beautiful cottage - so lovingly restored - well worth watching the video of the restoration project to see the transformation and work needed. The nature trail was a wonderful surprise and quite magical to have on our doorstep. The walks on the farm and surrounds as well as nearby beaches were a joy. The weather was pretty grim - it was November - but we were wrapped up with the fire burning and our books. Thank you to Shirley and Anthony for their care.

- Johanne orchard-webb ,
November 2018

We fell in love with this house. Everything about it is perfect - the undulating floortiles in the hall, work by ages, the underfloor heating which hugs your feet, the warm and cosy parlour, the deliciously plump feather pillows, ohhhhhh...everything. We want to live here please.

- Susan H,
February 2018

What a wonderful restoration, full of surprises. House is very comfortable, creaky with plenty of character. Location is fabulous for walking and scenery..

- Sion L,
September 2017

Excellent historical useable property in one of the most beautiful areas of Wales. Can't wait to book another break at this property.

- Kate W,
August 2017

The cottage is warm and welcoming and the location is superb. Probably the best UTT property we have stayed in.

- Liz H,
January 2017