Escape to our particularly wonderful, wild and rugged corner of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Our friendly characterful house and bed and breakfast offers comfortable and versatile accommodation at prices that are hard to beat. We are situated in the centre of Trefin, an attractive village just a quarter of a mile from the famous coast path and only 15 minutes from the cathedral city of St. David's and the popular beach at Whitesands Bay. Some of our guests don't even venture that far though. Trefin works its magic on them, it's the sort of place where you can just relax and be. A short stroll from us is a pub serving good food and a national award winning café/gallery and then there's the sea, always present, and some of the most glorious coastline this world has to offer. Come and experience it for yourself...
Take a look at the following information about the house and if you need any further advice please do not hesitate to contact us
Sue and Chris
Originally the village school our house opened in 1968 and has recently become independently owned and operated. Following a major refurbishment the house has been upgraded to 4 stars with Visit Wales, the Welsh Tourist Board. We now have private single, twin and double rooms as well as shared accommodation, all at very competitive prices. There's a cosy lounge, a well equipped self catering kitchen, free internet access and we provide organic fair trade breakfast and packed lunches if required.
Reception is open from 8.00am to 10.00am and from 5.00pm to 10.00pm.
21 beds in 1 x 2, 1 x 3, 2 x 5 and 1 x 6 bed rooms. Private single, twin and double rooms are available. All bedding is provided and each room has a washbasin. There are 4 showers and 5 toilets.
Trefin Friends of Nature House has self-catering facilities and also offers bed and breakfast and a packed lunch service.
The dining area seats 18, or the adjoining village hall may be rented, for a small charge, to accommodate larger groups. A short stroll from the house is The Ship Inn, our 'congenial village local' as described by The Good Beer Guide. There's always a guest ale on tap and Mike and Meriel specialise in serving up hearty portions of old favourites like Pembrokeshire pork and leek sausages or steak and ale pie. There's also an award winning café/gallery in the village.
Tea and coffee are provided.
We have a comfortable lounge with an extensive library and lots of toys and games for the kids. Once booked in there is all day access so you can come and go as you wish.
For the comfort of all our guests smoking is not permitted anywhere in the house.
The nearest supermarkets are in St Davids (7 miles) and Fishguard (10 miles) but just up the road in the satellite village of Penparc, Don and Delsie's 'Miniature Harrods' will supply most of your daily needs.
We have a parking area, suitable for about 6 cars next to the house and the village car park is close by. For the benefit of our neighbours, please do not park in the street.
- Drying room with electric heater and de-humidifier.
- Lockable cycle shed.
- Hairdryer and alarm clock are available.
- Towel Hire.
- Picnic hamper to borrow.
- Children's playground and tennis court adjacent to property.
- Tourist Information available.
- Loan of OS walking maps.