Beudy Trehilyn (& Showmans wagon Apr>Oct)

Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Guests: 5       Wifi: available       Pets? Pets welcome (max. 2 dogs), fee applies

about the property

Restored by Griff Rhys Jones, this cool Pembrokeshire coastal cottage with WIFI is one of the best holiday cottages in all of Wales – direct access to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park footpaths and quality that makes most holiday cottages seem like a joke.

Beudy Trehilyn must be one of the loveliest holiday cottages in Wales - one of the group of cottages around Trehilyn farm that form UTT's largest rental in Wales - sleeping up to 22 (or 25 in summer when the Showman's Wagon is in use). Scroll down this page to see the other Trehilyn properties. 

This delightful cottage has been converted from a stone dairy and cowshed by author/ TV presenter Griff Rhys Jones on his coastal farm in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The restoration of the farm was the subject of the popular BBC TV Series 'A Pembrokeshire Farm' - so if you want to stay in Griff Rhys Jones' cottage, then you've found it here! This detached cowshed conversion is set in a peaceful location with seventy acres of farmland with fine sea views to explore. There is real attention to detail here - everything of great quality, with plenty of space and a great garden. You don't have to take our word for it - read this independent blog.

Walk to the the famous lighthouse on Ynys Meicl or hike out to Porthsychan cove. View an aerial photo. Beudy Trehilyn will appeal to the design conscious, who love the coast. This is the perfect place to explore the beautiful Pembrokshire countyside and seascapes (watching dolphins) or just simply unwind. See our facebook album for extra pics or real guest holiday photos.

 

 

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Just returned from a wonderful 3 nights stay at Beudy Trehilyn . A perfect break away in a beautiful part of Pembrokeshire . The house was perfect and wonderfully clean more like a boutique hotel and...

Clare J, 19 September 2017

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arrival at
17:00
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10:00
guests
5
7 nights from
£589.00 (based on two staying)
7 nights up to
£1110.00 (based on two staying)
pets
pets welcome (max. 2 dogs)
bed layout
Master Double (ground floor), Single (ground floor) and the Double (ground floor) only

facilities at Beudy Trehilyn (& Showmans wagon Apr>Oct)

internet
wifi broadband available
general
farm or rural location
young children welcome
activities
coastal location - within 5 miles of the sea
open fire / woodburner
media & technology
television and reception
cleaning services
washing machine

map - location

travel info

There is a Strumble Shuttle (404) from Fishguard which can be flagged down right outside (Google 'Strumble shuttle' for timetables), and there are a few trains a day to Fishguard & Goodwick Station.

in detail

Cottage has underfloor central heating throughout & a woodburner.

All one level Floor:

  • Open plan living/dining/kitchen with wood-burner
  • Kitchen area, electric oven and induction hob, dishwasher, washer-dryer, microwave, fridge / freezer
  • Double bedroom with door swing close traditional fabric curtain
  • Single cosy box bedroom
  • Sofa bed in living room
  • Wet room with large shower, loo and wash hand basin

Disabled friendly:

  • with gently sloping ramp from parking area to door
  • Flat access at front door entrance and throughout the house
  • Wet room with shower (flat floor)
  • One level living (no steps or stairs)
  • Note: Doors to second bedroom and bathroom are not wheelchair wide

Outside:

  • Enclosed garden to the front of the cottage with patio & dining furniture
  • Access over 70 acres of land and to many local footpaths. Nature walk (enclosed from livestock) along stream to far end of the farm and a ruined cottage.
  • Parking for up to 2 -3 cars
  • Small 'honesty' shop for essentials
  • Table tennis in barn

SHOWMANS WAGON:

In summer months (approximately  April 1st to October 31st, but please check if your stay is near these dates) you have access to Griff's restored circus Showman's Wagon, located fairly close to Beudy in it's own little field. You can use it as an en-suite romantic bedroom, or 'camping' for older children. However, it is not suitable for young children who need to be supervised, as it is the other side of a barn and not visible from Beudy. Panelled living, dining and kitchen area - with decorative etched Venetian style mirrors.

  • Dining table with seats surrounding on 3 sides (seating for 4). Flat screen TV for use with DVDs only (no television signal).
  • Galley kitchen - with small sink, 2-ring induction hob, microwave cooker and fridge
  • Separate bedroom with small double bed (110 x 180) and wardrobe, space for cases etc. under bed. It is also possible to make a single bed from the seating area in the living room.
  • Bathroom with small sit-bath/shower, loo and wash basin

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customer reviews for Beudy Trehilyn (& Showmans wagon Apr>Oct)

Just returned from a wonderful 3 nights stay at Beudy Trehilyn . A perfect break away in a beautiful part of Pembrokeshire . The house was perfect and wonderfully clean more like a boutique hotel and so warm and cosy . We will definitely be returning .. Claire and David James . September , 2017 .

- Clare J,
19 September 2017

Beautiful, cosy accommodation with stylish design touches. The enclosed paths around Trehilyn and beaches close by were also perfect our dogs - which meant we all had a wonderful time.

- Sara jones J,
9 September 2017

Such a fantastic week in this beautiful place. Beudy Trehilyn is beautifully converted and was such a lovely space to spend time in. Easy access to great beaches. The perfect summer holiday.

- Clare C,
22 August 2017

We had a great time in a unique and truly special location. It was a perfect short break and great for exploring the West Wales coast with our two dogs. The cottage itself was extremely cosy, spacious and welcoming with everything you need and a touch of added luxury. The Showman's Wagon was the icing on the cake, such a great place to chill out and read the papers. We loved how quiet and peaceful the area was and we'll definitely be coming back again for a longer stay soon.

- Alun P,
16 June 2017

We had an amazing time at Beudy Trehylin. A delightful cottage in a beautifully landscaped setting. Warm, clean, comfortable and appropriately furnished....just right especially with a 90yr old guest!

- Bridget C,
29 May 2017

We had a wonderful few days in Beudy Trehilyn. We were at times reluctant to go out, feeling so warm and relaxed in this beautiful place! Both the building and the setting were a delight. As fans of good design, this place doesn't disappoint. The level of thought and careful attention poured into the restoration of this building is clear to see, and we came away feeling inspired by it all. We loved watching the DVD's provided, which documented the renovation of the whole farm. It is clear to see the dedication and care taken to bring this wonderful piece of Welsh history back to life. Many thanks to all those involved, and thank you for opening it up to the public to be enjoyed. Keri, Paul and Joe Johnson, Bath.

- Keri J,
19 May 2017

Our second stay at Trehilyn and our first at Beudy. It is such a peaceful and lovely place - and the converted dairy is a very clever design which makes great use of the space with attention to both comfort and functionality. The cottage is very well equipped, presented and maintained - with the added pleasure of the architect's ingenuity in making it all fit together so well. We'll be back (:

- Helen leahy ,
22 April 2017

A wonderful stay - such a cosy cottage and we loved the secluded sun trap of a garden after our long days' walks. The bed, wet room and woodburner were all great too. We had such a quiet and relaxing time away from the stresses of our daily lives - I'm sure we'll be back!

- Steve B,
11 April 2017

This was our second stay in Beudy Trehilyn, and we will definitely be coming back! We can't fault this cottage! So cosy and warm, you can't resist the wood burner! We stayed for New Year's Eve and we even had a Christmas tree - lovely little touch! Thank you for a most relaxing, chilled stay!

- Hannah L,
15 January 2017

We were thoroughly impressed by both the accommodation and facilities. It has been converted with great thought and the end result is an inspirational and practical space which we didn't want to leave. The other properties don't overlook it and there's a great little 'shop' in a barn for essentials. The area is wonderful, even in mid November. The only drawback was the lovely underfloor heating made for rather too balmy a nights sleep because the bedroom area is within the main living space, just divided by an ultra funky wooden divide (which also creates the kitchen). 9 out of 10 - at least.

- Rowena W,
18 November 2016

A secluded cottage - perfect for some well needed 'down-time'. High standard interior and exterior to the property. We did book the showman's wagon but it was a little too chilly. Great information / helpful tips given in the folder in the property - well worth taking the time to read it! The children loved the honesty shop in the barn - a great quirky feature! A great base for exploring the area and we were lucky with the weather. Strumblehead is a must - only 10 minute drive or 4 miles to walk. We saw a seal family feeding on the rocks. Amazing walks around the coast. Whitesands / Newport sands all lovely beaches and all dog friendly. Porthgain is very quaint and 'the shed' fish and chips (although pricey) were lovely. The sloop restaurant here was also recommended but we ran out of time! The blue lagoon is also a must, as is a visit to st david's, especially the beautiful cathedral. A full 4 days! Fabulous to come back and enjoy the log fire.

- Hannah P,
28 October 2016

Simply lovely. Very warm and cosy and really well designed - we loved the kitchen/bedroom divider and tried to take it home but it wouldn't fit in our car. Great location for quiet days and nights lazing around or exploring the coastline on foot or by car. The 'Under Milk Wood' walk around Fishguard was great as was stopping at Ffwrn for lunch. We'd love to come back.

- Steven power ,
3 October 2016

Fabulous cottage in a great location to explore Pembrokeshire. Highly recommended.

- John H,
24 September 2016

This was our second visit to Beudy and we enjoyed this one as much as the last. The cottage is comfortable (we especially like that it has two big sofas in the living room) and clean. The wet room is great - especially after a long day's walking. The location of the cottage is good being close to the coastal path - so great if you like walking. There's a nice private garden area for sitting out in and a good sized parking area too. Although not within walking distance, there are good places to eat out nearby (The Shed at Porthgain being our favourite) and enough to do locally if the weather isn't good.

- Judith white ,
19 September 2016

We had such a super holiday at Beudy Trehilyn - loved the converted cow shed, beautifully decorated, warm & finished to a very high standard. There is so much to see & do in the surrounding area, the Pembrokeshire coastline is stunning especially when the sun shines. We WILL be back perhaps to try one of Griff's other properties. I will be recommending this property to friends.

- Jacqueline G,
5 September 2016

Beudy Trehilyn was everything we expected from it. Very nice exterior and interior, great surroundings, very quiet place. Great fireplace. We enjoyed our walks around the peremiter as well as the coastal path. Because it was just the two of us we didn't use the showmanswagon. Watching the "Pembrokeshire Farm" videos added to the feel of the place. We will definitely be back or try one of the other cottages.

- Karina V,
22 July 2016

We had a lovely stay at Beudy Trehilyn. The cottage was very warm and cosy, and very well equipped with everything you might need. A real home from home. The countryside around was stunning, masses of snowdrops and daffodils etc. and there were plenty of walks to do with the dog too. The weather was perfect but even if it hadn't been, we would have enjoyed the cottage nonetheless. Excellent, and definitely a cottage to revisit.

- Whittington ,
21 March 2016

A fabulous Christmas retreat in this wonderfully restored gem. My Architect husband was impressed with the detailing (some of the best he has seen in all the places we have stayed in) so all credit to George, Griff and the team. I'm sure we will be returning to enjoy some of the other Trehilyn properties in the future as this is such a beautiful part of Pembrokeshire to stay in.

- Claire fraser ,
3 January 2016

Another amazing under the thatch property . We loved the wagon - perfect for the teenager . Such a beautiful part of the country and even the weather was kind - we were able to enjoy the barbecue provided. Jo

- Jo-anne welsh ,
25 August 2015

Really lovely conversion of agricultural building which retains its character, whilst being homely and stylish at the same time. We loved the farm & the surrounding walks were also stunning. We made full use of the show man's caravan & loved this additional bedroom, shame it isn't in the garden but not too far away for older children. We had a great time .

- Veronica C,
14 August 2015

Superb stay on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast.

- Stephen c. burrows ,
10 August 2015

We had an amazing time at this holiday cottage, from the stylish decor, lovely wood burner and amazing views. There is a shop on site that has an honesty box for all your essentials including wood. No need to get in your car as you can walk straight from your door step including a lovely nature trail. If there is a large family group there are other cottages close by to hire from UTT too. Would love to stay in all of them.

- Caroline B,
9 August 2015

What a fabulous place to stay. The nature trail is fantastic for stress free dog walks, no sheep to worry about, even managed a couple of moonlit treks down there. Beudy Trehilyn is such a great place to retreat to, everything has been thought of, even the teenager thought it cool. Julia, Ion, Jack & Kitty 31.10.14

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23 January 2015

Fantastic few days here. The warmest, most relaxing cottage we have ever stayed in – as well as the most interesting/stylish. Loved the bathroom, the bed – the best nights sleep in years – and we loved the peace and serenity of the surroundings. In the middle of a very stormy night – nothing rattled and no draughts – amazing! The nature trail as a lovely walk. So lovely to have found somewhere we want to come back to again and again. Sarah & Suzanne 22.11.13

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23 January 2015

We've enjoyed a wonderful week in Trehilyn – excellent accommodation and a fantastic location for a week's holiday. We booked the cottage primarily because of its wheelchair accessibility and were not disappointed. Geinor 2.9.13

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23 January 2015
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