Trefeiddan Farmhouse - sleeps 9 plus a cot
The farm is very close to the lifeboat station at St Justinian
Trefeiddan Farm - less than 1.5 m from St David"s, near the coastal path
The Stables - sleeps 7 plus a cot
The Coach House - sleeps 4 plus a cot
St David"s - the smallest city in the UK
View over the Heathland from the farmhouse kitchen

Trefeiddan Farm Holiday Cottages

An introduction to Trefeiddan Farm Holiday Cottages


  • Dog/Pet Friendly
  • Group Friendly

Trefeiddan Farm is situated 1.5 miles west of the smallest city of St Davids, near the St Justinian lifeboat station. Within easy reach of the Pembrokeshire coastal path and both Porth Sele and Whitesands beaches. The farm is a small holding overlooking 64 acres of moor land and nestling beneath Trefeiddan rock from which there are spectacular views of the area. We have three self catering holiday cottages.

Access to our holiday cottages is by private track off the road to St Justinian, home of the St Davids' lifeboat. Boat trips leave to go to, or around Ramsey Island (RSPB reserve). In season cliff nesting birds can be seen in their thousands and grey seals frequent its caves and beaches. Fishing trips leave from here for an hour or a day's mackerel fishing. The nearest beach is Porth Sele which is a lovely safe beach for children and is a natural playground with mixtures of sand, rock pools and gentle waves. Whitesands, a well-known blue flag beach is less than 5 minutes by car.

Adjacent to the property lies a protected area of damp heathland and willow scrub that is a year-round haven for wildlife. In spring and summer birds such as water rails, sedge warblers, grasshopper warblers and chiffchaff fill the air with their song, and at any time of year hen harriers, short-eared and barn owls can be seen hunting over the heath. The surrounding land is a patchwork of small fields, bordered by hedges and banks that run down to the dramatic cliffs, less than half a mile away.

There are numerous activities to be enjoyed in the area. Twr-y-felin outward bound centre offers canoeing, rock climbing, surfing and wind surfing. St Davids and Solva have a wide range of excellent shops and restaurants and we are within easy reach of south Pembrokeshire with its many and varied family attractions.

We welcome pets by prior arrangement but please note that Trefeiddan Farm has sheep and horses in surrounding fields and for this reason we can only accept well behaved dogs with responsible owners.

Overview of all Accommodation:
The Farmhouse - sleeps 9 plus a cot
The house is a typical welsh farmhouse which has been renovated to offer self catering accommodation for up to 9 people. We have kept the original character of the building and many origianl features whilst including the modern conveniences we have all come to expect!

Our family room has a double bed and a single bed along with a cot; the double room has a double bed; the twin room contains two single beds; the bunk room has child size bunk beds (please note that bunks are not suitable for adults - this is a small room and the bunks are not full size). The family room, the double room and the bunk room all have large picture windows overlooking our front gardens and farmland. Across moorland there are distant views of St Davids.

The Farmhouse has a very spacious bathroom with bath, electric shower (over the bath), WC and wash hand basin.

There are two sitting rooms, the main living room has easy seating, it has a colour TV and has the original cooking range as its central feature. This room is open plan to the kitchen (shown below). The kitchen is fully fitted and has a fridge, full size freezer & microwave. The oven is electric and the hob is gas. The washing machine and tumble drier are housed in a separate utility room.

The second sitting room is ideal for relaxing or reading in, and leads into a separate dining room with lovely views of the garden and Trefeiddan rock.

There is a second shower room with WC, electric shower and wash hand basin. This is located downstairs off the utility room.

The house has oil-fired central heating throughout.

The farmhouse has its own private sitting out area to the side and rear with ample space for relaxing and enjoying your unique surroundings. A barbeque is provided.

Please note that the gardens to each of the holiday cottages, whilst completely private are not enclosed. The farmland and ponds however are fenced.

low season £475
mid season £595
high mid £725
peak season £895

inclusive of gas, electricity, heating & bed linen

Pets welcome during mid and low season by arrangement
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The Stables
“The Stables” is a traditional Pembrokeshire longbarn converted to provide self catering holiday accommodation. It is located nearby the farmhouse with its own garden and quiet sitting/barbeque area. This cottage sleeps 7 plus cot (please request cot at time of booking) There is a double room and a twin room on the ground floor and a third upstairs room with 3 single beds. The living area is surprisingly spacious and has a large open plan kitchen/dining area with fitted cupboards, an integrated fridge and freezer, fan assisted electric oven, gas hob and microwave oven (washing machine & tumble drier are in a separate utility room). The kitchen/dining area is open to the lounge with a colour TV and easy seating. French doors lead from the kitchen and provide access to the rear garden and barbeque area. Rear doors and lower floor are suitable for wheelchair access. There is one sizeable bathroom with WC and both bath and a walk-in shower. There is an additional room with WC and wash hand basin. The cottage is heated throughout by oil-fired central heating

Sleeps 7 plus cot

low season £450
mid season £525
high mid £695
peak season £850

inclusive of gas, electricity, heating &bed linen

Pets welcome during mid and low season by arrangement
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The Coach House
The Coach House is the latest addition to our existing holiday properties and is part of a converted barn at Trefeiddan Farm. The cottage sleeps 4 plus cot and is fully centrally heated.

This cottage was new for 2004 season and has proven very popular with families and couples alike

The front door leads directly into the living room which has easy seating, a colour TV and ample space for a dining area. The kitchen leading from the livng room is fully fitted with microwave, fridge, electric oven and gas hob. There is a washing machine and full size freezer in a utility room adjacent to the kitchen. From the kitchen is the rear access to your patio with seating - this garden enjoys the very best of the summer sun. It has a built in BBQ and rotary line and whilst it isn't enclosed this area is private and for your sole use.

Stairs from the kitchen lead up to a double room, a bathroom and an en suite twin room. The double room is light and airy with a velux window looking out on distant views of Skomer island and St Brides bay in the south. The twin bedroom has an en suite shower room with a second wash hand basin & WC and has a view of the magnificent rocky outcrop of Carn Trefeiddan to the west.

There is room for a cot in either if these bedrooms (please book cot and highchair in advance at no extra charge).

There is oil fired central heating throughout this cottage ensuring its warmth and cosiness even in the depths of a Pembrokeshire winter and prices are inclusive of heating, gas, electricity and bed linen.

The Coach House will be available to book Friday to Friday (miss the Saturday holiday traffic and enjoy a full weekend in the area!).

sleeps 4 plus cot

low season £350
mid season £395
high mid £525
peak season £595

inclusive of gas, electricity, heating & bed linen

Pets welcome during mid and low season by arrangement
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Local Attractions
Nearby Shopping
Family Rooms
Pet Friendly
Car Parking
Central Heating
Child Friendly
Garden Area
Fantastic Coastline
Nearby Beaches

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Contact Details

Trefeiddan Farm
St David's
SA62 6PY
T: 01437 720291