Tucked away at the end of a quiet lane, in the quaint coastal hamlet of Trefin, wonderful Ty Angor awaits. Gorgeous interiors, a symphony of traditional and modern, unspoilt views over the craggy North Pembrokeshire cliffs to the never-ending sea beyond and the warmest holiday vibe await. In 2022, the cottage was fully renovated to the highest standard throughout, offering character, charm and a superb level of comfort throughout. To top it off, two dogs are welcome too. Climb mountains, take boat trips, explore over fifteen beaches, visit castles and pretty seaside villages, try surfing and paddle boarding or curl up in front of the wood-burner and relax, there's everything and more here for the perfect Pembrokeshire holiday. Roll out of bed and walk to the cliffs just 500 yards away. The charming historic village is very near St Davids, and stretches to below the old mill to Aberfelin, where at low tide there's a sand and shingle beach, which is great for rockpools. The Ship Inn, which welcomes families, is a short stroll away; serving tasty food and a range of ales, throughout the year.
Step inside the tasteful sitting-room with exposed stone walls, beams, large comfy sofas, a grandfather clock and Smart TV, and let your holiday begin. The cosy wood-burner, at the other end of the sitting-room, is perfect for chillier nights or for a toasty warm after hours in the sea and the fresh Pembrokeshire air. The sleek and stylish kitchen is just off the sitting-room, ideal for family gatherings and cooking up tasty holiday meals. The spacious, elegant kitchen enjoys a focal island and benefits a large induction hob, twin ovens, Nespresso coffee machine and quartz worktops. Pick your produce from the many local farmers markets or stores locally, there's plenty of fresh lobster and crab for sale in Solva. The handy utility-room lies beyond the kitchen, near the contemporary downstairs shower-room. Take your pick of a double or a king-size bedroom on the ground floor, both adorned with quality furnishings and Welsh woollen throws and cushions. Climb the stairs to the spacious first floor, which has two further bedrooms, a sitting-area - ideal for playing in or relaxing with a good book - and a beautifully renovated family bathroom. This is a bathroom with a view! Wake up to spellbinding views of the majestic cliffs and out to sea from the rear window of the light and airy king room or across the rolling meadows from the other king room, which also offers a single bed for flexibility. The peaceful, south-facing garden is an oasis of calm, with a perfect sheltered patio for sunny days or under the starry skies when the sun has set in all her glory.
Hidden in a hollow and behind high walls, magnificent St Davids Cathedral is worth a visit. Built on the site of a 6th Century chapel, the cathedral dates mainly from the 12th to 14th Century. There is a great cafe, The Refectory, for lunch and a cathedral shop for souvenirs. St Non's Bay is immediately south of St Davids, this ruggedly beautiful spot is named after St David's mother and traditionally accepted as his birthplace. A path leads to the 13th Century ruins of St Non's Chapel. The golden sands at Whitesands, near St Davids, is a paradise for both surfers and beachcombers, located in an area of unspoilt outstanding beauty. At very low tide, the wreck of an old paddle ship can be seen. There's a choice of good pubs and restaurants in St Davids. Try St Davids Kitchen for a tasty Sunday roast or the Really Wild Emporium for a light lunch. For ice cream lovers, Gianni's parlour is a real treat.
There is something for everyone in the area. Try kayaking, coasteering or paddleboarding in Newgale, or an exhilarating Thousand Island boat trip, where a pod of dolphins, seals, puffins and other wildlife are waiting to be spotted. There are family attractions throughout Pembrokeshire, Hangar Five, Folly Farm, Heatherton, the theatre/cinema in Fishguard and for the culinary capital of Pembrokeshire, try one of the many eateries in Newport.
Look no further than Ty Angor for a very memorable, fun-filled Pembrokeshire holiday and discover the delights of the spectacular St Davids peninsula.
Sitting-room with Smart TV and wood-burner
Kitchen with induction hob, twin electric ovens, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Utility-room with washing machine and spin dryer
Sun-room with Dining-area
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with double bed (4'6'')
Bedroom 3 with king-size double bed (5')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 4 with king-size double bed (5') and single bed (3')
There is a permanent stair-gate on the ground floor. The garden is enclosed by a traditional Welsh boulder wall but please note that the wall on the left-hand side is low. The surrounding fields may have cattle or sheep in them so please don't let dogs off their leads in the fields. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome (2 well behaved dogs, downstairs only)
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 2 cars
- Superfast WiFi
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Garden furniture
- Full oil-fired CH
- Electric vehicle charging point
Ty Angor is surrounded by the stunning North Pembrokeshire coast line & path. Explore the spectacular beaches and pretty seaside villages.
The stylish open plan kitchen - ideal for sociable suppers!
The sitting-room is wonderfully cosy.
Relax by the cosy wood-burner.
Gorgeous views of the rolling meadows and the sea from Bedroom 3 on the first floor.
Welcome to Ty Angor, an idyllic coastal getaway.
The stylish family bathroom with panoramic sea view.
The kitchen leads through to the sunny conservatory.
The sitting-room is a lovely place to unwind after a day exploring the Pembrokeshire coastline.
Beautiful bedroom 4 on the first floor.
Gaze through the window at the fabulous coastal view from bedroom 3.
Calming pastel blues in bedroom 2 on the ground floor.
The downstairs loo and shower-room.
Cosy ground floor bedroom 1.
Hop in the wonderful bath tub for a luxurious soak.
There's a handy desk space.
Head upstairs to find two further beautiful bedrooms and a quiet sitting-area.
The cosy reading nooks upstairs.
While away a blissful hour getting lost in a good book.
The conservatory has a lovely dining-table - perfect for gathering together to enjoy holiday meals.
Anchor House is perched in a fantastic location by the sea.
Enjoy al fresco dining with stunning views.
The enchanting Pembrokeshire coastline.
Little Haven is a beautiful spot.
The idyllic Blue Lagoon is nearby.
Broadhaven is a lovely village.
You're spoilt for choice for fantastic walks in Pembrokeshire.
The pretty cove at Aber Draw.
Welcome to Ty Angor.