Porthiddy Farm West, Haverfordwest, St Davids, Pembrokeshire
Porthiddy Farm Holiday Cottages offers self catering accommodation near St Davidís in Pembrokeshire. Our two attractive stone and slate holiday cottages are situated on the farm which dates from at least 1340. The Wales Tourist Boardís 5 star rating confirms the quality and comfort offered in these characterful converted farm buildings
Walkabout 500 yards through our fields to Abereiddy beach and enjoy the bay and beach with rock pools, sand and pebbles. The now famous Blue Lagoon, with its iconic tower, is at the northern end of the beach
Each of our cosy cottages has two bedrooms that sleep from two to five people. The cottages can also be combined to provide a spacious four-bedroom home to sleep nine.
The cottages face towards the sea and the setting sun. On that side, there is a gravelled yard with a sitting area, parking space and a small shed for bikes, surfboards, etc. Further seating can be found at the back of the cottages where an enclosed walled area catches the morning sun and overlooks the farmyard garden. A path takes you to a safe enclosed garden with an area of grass and picnic tables, and a serene view of the valley.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and never leaves its visitors short of things to do. The adventurous will relish the many possibilities for outdoor activities: following the famous coast path (there are 186 miles [299 km] of it to choose from), surfing, kayaking, climbing, coasteering and many more activities. Many varieties of sea birds, seals and other wildlife also make good use of the area, and you donít have to try hard to see some of them.
The area also offers much to those looking for something more relaxed. The area within walking distance of Porthiddy Farm West offers tranquillity combined with stunning scenery, and there is plenty more to experience within easy reach. This page offers just a handful of our favourite local sights. As the coast path is so accessible from many points, you donít have to undertake a major expedition to sample the beauty of the coastline; a wide selection of excellent beaches awaits your bare feet. On at least one day, tear yourself away from the coast to explore the small city of St Davidís within six miles and Fishguard is nine miles. There are occasional buses.
Of course, weíre more than happy to advise you on what to do while youíre here Ė maybe even passing on some of the areaís best-kept secrets Ė or you can drop us a line.
One of our cottages has disabled access - please enquire for details.
5 Star Visit Wales.
Telephone: 01348 831004
Email: [email protected]
Sleeps: 1 to 5