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Tremynydd Fawr

St Davids, Pembrokeshire, South Wales & Pembrokeshire (Ref. 1035781)


Very good

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 8

  • Bedrooms 4

  • Bathrooms 3

  • Pets Yes

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  • Off road parking
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Seaside
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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16 Customer Reviews

  • "Thankyou for a lovely stay and for responding so quickly about the oven."

    Reviewed by BridgetJun 2022

  • "This is a lovely property although, to be honest, the furnishings in the lounge could be more modern and comfortable."

    I was surprised that tea-towels and oven gloves weren't provided. I couldn't see that I'd been told to bring them and in one of the photos there are tea towels draped over the dishwasher. Just a minor point for what was otherwise a lovely stay - thank you.

    Reviewed by JennyApr 2022

  • "Lovely period large farm house."

    Very warm and comfortable. Lots of bathrooms! Easy walk to the coastal path across the fields. Secret garden is beautiful. Broadband is fine.

    Reviewed by NeilApr 2022

  • "An absolutely wonderful place to stay -we couldn't have loved it more !"

    Such a lovely traditional farmhouse, and great to have all that garden. A true rural idyll: and great to be such a short walk from the coastal path and incredible views. Also hugely appreciated Mrs. Rees coming to check we were okay, having arrived in wild storm -such a delightful character. We certainly hope to return. Jill and Roderick

    Reviewed by JillMar 2022

  • "I found the property to be clean and very well equipped with all the facilities we required and more than I expected."

    The DVD player failed during our stay and this was replaced the next day. I would like to thank the owner for her attention to detail - we had a very comfortable stay. The security and size of the garden coupled with the distance from a public road meant we had no anxiety concerning the safety of our dogs. A big plus point for us.

    Reviewed by NoelleFeb 2022

  • "Lovely homely cottage plenty of space and nice and warm also a nice big safe ..."

    Lovely homely cottage plenty of space and nice and warm also a nice big safe garden for dogs to run around would definitely come here again

    Reviewed by JohnOct 2021

  • "Cottage was in a great location and very quiet with wildlife all around ."


    Reviewed by NigelSep 2021

  • "We were 7 adults, two dogs and had a very enjoyable holiday."

    The house was very comfortable and had plenty of bathrooms and hot water. The garden overlooked moorland which was rather wild but exciting. The track from the road was quite rugged. Although remote it was a convenient distance from St. Davids for shopping and visiting. You could walk to the coastal paths through the fields but it wasn't that close. There was a problem with the plumbing on one occasion but the owner was very charming came out immediately and sorted it. The dogs loved it as they had a good garden to run in and on closing the gate were sort of secure. There is a roadside cafe not too far away and nice to walk to. The area is ideal for exploring Pembrokeshire. We visited St. Davids, the cathedral and the Bishops Palace, Pembroke Castle, Solva, Porthgain, Fishguard and did lots of walks. The house was well equipped but we felt the kitchen utensils could be improved. Despite having bad weather we had a great time. I would highly recommend if you like country living.

    Reviewed by SallyAug 2021

  • "Wonderfully quiet location."

    Overlooking countryside, panoramic views. Big garden for children to play. 4 large bedrooms. Super comfy firm beds...we all slept really well. Down a quiet country lane but only 3 miles out of St Davids. Access to the coastal path by foot. Completely enclosed for dog. Large dining table well eqipped. Plenty of hot water. Showers fine and lovely big bath for a soak. Very accommodating owner who came instantly when we had a power cut and the kettle failed. No complaints at all. Beautiful old farmhouse. Slightly musty but understandable. We loved it !

    Reviewed by JeffreyJul 2021

  • "Lovely location, fantastic garden for children and dogs."

    House was clean and tidy and offered everything we needed and as described it was basic and rustic. Would definitely go there again.

    Reviewed by GrahamJul 2021

  • "An excellent holiday made even better by the weather being so good."

    Maybe it should be made clearer that cottage is not in easy walking distance from beach. Trips round Skomer to see the puffins and trip to Ramsey Island were both excellent but important to book in advance

    Reviewed by RobinJun 2021

  • "We had a relaxed week at this farmhouse property, which was ideal for our family needs."

    The house is a good size, with plenty of space, and good facilities. It was lovely and warm, and beds were comfortable. There is a large and well fenced garden, which was ideal with our dogs... (I do accept that some dogs are escape artists, so nothing can be guaranteed, but this is the first such garden we felt we could relax with). The property was a short walk to the coastal path, and was perfect for morning walks. It was only a few miles from St Davids, so not far to go for supplies and sightseeing. We didn't travel far, but still had plenty within a short distance to keep us occupied. We would certainly visit this property again.

    Reviewed by JaneSep 2020

  • "The house was wonderfully comfortable and welcoming, and the close proximity to the coast path made it an excellent place to stay."

    Also, the owner, Mrs. Joan Rees, was incredibly attentive, and came round several times to check that we were OK! She is a most delightful lady, and it's always really nice to meet the owners, to get more of a local perspective.

    Reviewed by FelicitySep 2020

  • "Ideal location for the Pembrokeshire coastal path."

    Lovely beaches close by. Property was very comfortable with a large secure garden.

    Reviewed by DawnAug 2020

  • "Tremynydd Fawr is in a wonderful location, far away from any noise, no street lights to pollute the sky and only a short walk to the coast path."

    Its solid stone walls protected us from the mighty winds and we had plenty of room to spread ourselves, (our party being 5 adults and 3 children.) The kids loved the garden too. However, a couple of things need to be attended to.There were several light bulbs that were not working, in the lamp in the lounge, and one of the lounge main light bulbs, and one of the bedside lights in the larger twin room, and we couldn’t find any spares! The oven heats up very unevenly, tending to over cook things on the bottom shelf. Also, we lost the water pressure several times when people had baths and we had no water for a bit. Probably a private water supply, which I am quite used to, having lived in a remote Welsh farmhouse, but does that need a mention to warn people? Oh, and could you provide sharper kitchen knives please. Everyone was comfy and warm, although the smaller room double bed was apparently a bit uncomfortable, with the bed springs causing a bit of a problem. Having said all that, these are small issues that could easily be rectified and we had a fantastic week there, exploring our favourite parts of North Pembs, and we became quite fond of what the children called ‘our holiday house’. Diolch yn fawr i chi.

    Reviewed by HeatherAug 2020

  • "The cottage is brilliant, full of oldworld charm, but with all mod cons----and beutifully warm."

    Spacious , so that we all had our own nooks and crannies when we wanted to be separate. And no one but the sheep to hear our grandson and his guitar, at full blast , and they didn'y mind! A happy place. We all want to rebook.

    Reviewed by HilaryFeb 2020

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  • The accommodation is basic and traditional offering four simple bedrooms: 2 x Double, 2 x Twin
  • First floor shower room with separate shower, basin and WC
  • Ground floor bathroom with bath, basin and WC
  • Ground floor shower room with separate shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room
  • Oil central heating
  • Electric cooker, microwave, large fridge/freezer, washer/dryer (in bathroom), dishwasher, flat screen TV, WIFI
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair available on request
  • Ample off road parking
  • Lawned enclosed garden, garden furniture and BBQ
  • Two well-behaved dogs are welcome (additional charge applies)
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 3 miles
  • Note: Please bring your own cot linen and beach towels
  • Note: Dogs are not allowed on the soft furnishings and must be kept on a lead when outside

The property

This rustic stone farmhouse near St Davids is located down a quiet Pembrokeshire country lane.

St Davids is known as Britain smallest city and has an array of individual shops, galleries, eateries, and friendly pubs. This simple farmhouse is the original courthouse and has a large lawn garden for the children and family to enjoy.

The property is surrounded by farmland with green pastures.

The coast path is easily accessible from the property and can be accessed by crossing two fields.

There are also a number of beaches and coves that are within a short drive of the property including Whitesands, Abereiddi, The Blue Lagoon, Traethllyfn, Porthgain, Newgale and Abermawr.

Tremynydd Cottages

Back to back properties. Tremynydd Fawr Farmhouse sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms and The Old Farmhouse Kitchen sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms. Each has it's own large garden.

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About the location


Fishguard 15.5 miles; Pembroke 28.7 miles.

The city of St Davids is situated on the far south west coast of Wales. Granted city status by Queen Elizabeth II, it is the smallest city in the UK, with its magnificent cathedral dating back to the 12th century and the ruins of the Bishop's Palace, both wonderful buildings to explore. Situated within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, St Davids is a delightful place with an array of unique shops, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs, surrounded by spectacular coastal scenery. Nearby Whitesands Bay is one of the many beautiful beaches in the area, and walkers will delight in the spectacular views from the coastal path which runs around the complete coastline of Pembrokeshire. Local buses will help with your walking plans, so that you can walk several stretches of the path with totally different landscapes and views each day. Dolphin spotting from land or from the many boat trips to local islands are a must, and are also perfect for enjoying the wonderful array of birds in their natural habitat. St Davids is the perfect holiday destination, whether you are looking for a quiet relaxing break, wonderful walking, a round of golf, an exploration of magnificent castles or fun-filled days at Oakwood Theme Park, farm parks and much more.

Note: Please bring your own cot linen and beach towels.
Note: Dogs are not allowed on the soft furnishings and must be kept on a lead when outside.