Yr Hafan Guest House
An introduction to Yr Hafan Guest House
- Dog/Pet Friendly
- Group Friendly
- Sea Views
Croeso / Welcome...Yr Hafan enjoys an enviable location in North Pembrokeshire overlooking the sea, coast path and the Pencaer headland. As you drive down the lane through green fields, you can leave your cares behind and enter a haven of peace and tranquillity...
Croeso / Welcome...
Yr Hafan enjoys an enviable location in North Pembrokeshire overlooking the sea, coast path and the Pencaer headland. As you drive down the lane through green fields, you can leave your cares behind and enter a haven of peace and tranquillity...
Yr Hafan enjoys an enviable location in North Pembrokeshire overlooking the sea, coast path and the Pencaer headland. As you drive down the lane through green fields, you can leave your cares behind and enter a haven of peace and tranquillity.
The owners, Jeff and Alison, are totally committed to providing guests with a top quality yet informal environment, in which to have a relaxing and enjoyable stay.
New for summer 2009, Yr Hafan is a traditional farmhouse which has been totally refurbished to provide immaculate contemporary accommodation.
Furnished to a very high standard throughout - there are five bedrooms, all en suite, as well as a couple of deluxe one bed cottages which are located in our converted barns.
In a superb coastal setting, 6 miles from St Davids and 11/2 miles from the fishing village of Porthgain with it’s famous pub – The Sloop Inn – and award winning fish restaurant - The Shed.
The nearest beach is at Abereiddy, which is 2 miles away while the blue flag beach at Whitesands is 6 miles distant.
The bedrooms at yr Hafan are all named after local bays. All bedrooms have stunning views - are modern and comfortable. They are immaculately decorated and equipped to top hotel standards, including flat screen televisions with DVDs, broadband and refreshment facilities.
Abereiddi and Aberfelin
These rooms are on the ground floor and have their own private access from the rear courtyard.
Abereiddy is a twin room with under floor heating and en suite shower facilities.
Aberfelin is a double room also with under floor heating and en suite shower facilities.
Both rooms have glorious sea views.
Aberbach and Abermawr
Located on the first floor of the main farmhouse, enjoying views over the garden and Strumble Head.
Aberbach has a leather double bed, easy chairs and an en suite with a large walk in shower.
Abermawr has a king size bed, comfortable chairs and an en suite with a deep bath for that all important soak after a hard day walking the path!
Located in a converted barn alongside the farm house, with its own external access and patio area. A sumptuous room with a king size leather bed and comfortable armchairs for taking it easy after a busy day! Abercastle has under floor heating with natural stone flooring. To finish things off there is a wet room with luxurious suite and 'rain burst' shower.
Room Rates 2010
Double occupancy £80 - £110
Single occupancy £50 - £ 70
Dogs can be accommodated in certain rooms at a charge of £15 per room per stay, subject to availability.
There are numerous dining options in the area, ranging from simple pub meals to restaurants offering fine cuisine.
Within a mile and a half of Yr Hafan, located in the delightful fishing village of Porthgain:
The Sloop Inn
An atmospheric old pub, which has been at the heart of the local community since 1743. Open all day, all year round and serving a wide range of food from simple bar meals to mouth-watering specials. Always worth a visit.
The Shed Seafood Bistro
Award winning local family run bistro, specialising in their own caught fish and shellfish. AA Wales seafood restaurant of the year 2006/7.
Some six miles to the west, in the heart of St Davids:
A Good Food Guide recommended restaurant, which specialises in local produce. All meals from starters to puds are prepared by Tara in their own kitchen.
Another Good Food Guide recommended restaurant, listed in the 2009 Michelin Red Guide. Cwtch lives up to it's meaning; it's snug, cosy and warm and definitely Welsh. Serves good honest food prepared from first class ingredients.
We will be happy to transport our guests to and from any of these local establishments, for their dining pleasure.
There are four pubs within a mile and a half of Yr Hafan, all of which can be easily reached either by road or by clearly marked footpaths.