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Trallwyn Bach Cottage studio

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Very Good 4.5/5 Score from 3 reviews

Studio | sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

Trallwyn Bach Cottage studio is full of charm and character with curvy stone walls and wonderful views to the moors. It is an ideal hideaway for 1 or 2 people and very economically priced ideal for people with a small budget for a holiday.

Although just a small studio, it has everything you need for your holiday there is a small fitted kitchen area with halogen cooker, sink+fridge, toaster and kettle. Small living area with seating for 2. And a small shower room with shower sink + loo. The kingsize bed is in a stone alcove with wonderful views to the moor with sheep+wild ponies grazing. We have just fitted a very small wood burning stove to the studio which means it is very cosy + warm.

Outside there is a very small private seating area, there are communal gardens and direct access to the moor+Mountains. Pottery tuition is available between Easter and October. Anna has a small pottery workshop in the garden. She offers tuition for family groups, children, adults+individuals. Suitable for the complete beginner or the more experienced. Avail Apr-Oct.

Size Sleeps up to 2, 0 bedrooms
Nearest beach Poppit Sands at Cardigan is 12 miles from here
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 3 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Cardiff 130 km, Nearest railway: Clynderwen 10 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player
General TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Cooker, Fridge
Rooms 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 2
Outdoors Shared garden
Access Parking

The Pembrokeshire region

Stunning location in the foothills of the Preseli mountains, with direct access to the moor + mountains with sheep + wild ponies grazing. Close to the source of the bluestones for the inner ring of Stonehenge-Walk to Carn Meini the source of the bluestones for the inner ring of Stonehenge + just 5 minutes walk from Gors Fawr circle and even closer to the dreaming stone...


Trallwyn Bach is in Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park. The coastal path is amazing+takes you to wonderful beaches and bays and cliffs with an abundance of wild life.

Although Holiday lettings call it Clynderwen the area we are is very different, Clynderwen is actually 8 miles from here. This is the Preseli Hills area...

We are in a good position for exploring all areas of the county, here is the heart of the bluestone country with all the magic of ancient stones and rings.

Places to visit:

St Davids - Cathedral and galleries and great places to eat.

Pembroke - A wonderful Castle to visit -Carew Castle also close. ( Many other castles too)

Tenby - for a day out by the sea famous for the beautiful beaches and opposite Caldey island.

National Botanical Gardens- Just beyond Carmarthen.

Art Galleries and Craft Workshops - Pembrokeshire (see booklet Pembrokeshire Craft Trails)

Island visits - eg Skomer (go before July and see the puffins) - Ramsey island for wonderful birdlife seals etc Sea trips to see the dolphins - from Cardigan + Newport

A Few Favourite Pembrokeshire Beaches

- Poppit Sands - Cardigan

- Newport Sands

- Little haven + Broad haven

- Whitesands bay nr St Davids

- Monkstone just East of Tenby

- Barafundle Bay below Pembroke (also the Lily ponds at Bosherston opening onto Broadhaven South Beach.

- Marloes

A few other Activities

Pony Trekking + Horse Riding

Oakwood Theme Park

The Shire Horse Farm

Castell Henllys Iron Age roundhouses re-built - with activities in Summer for children

Fishing - sea fishing trips, river + reservoir fishing

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10 Dec 2014


"Quiet, peaceful, relaxed and chilled out!"

A beautiful setting looking out over the Preseli Hills. I've stayed in Trallwyn Bach twice now, going back because I love it.. Anna is a wonderful lady - welcoming and helpful and also leaving me alone to enjoy my holiday without being intrusive. I have taken my border terrier Sam and we have felt at home in a quiet retreat like space.
The cottage is very small, tucked away up some stone steps and would be a squeeze for two people - though lots of couples seem to use it. The shower room is tiny - tall people beware! It has a woodburner and a ready supply of wood which I love using as it makes the space cosy and snug. There is also heating though I didn't need to use this in September. The kitchenette is clean and functional and has a cooker, fridge, toaster and kettle (no microwave or washing machine) and enough pots, pans, cutlery, crockery etc. The bed is king size and has a lovely comfy mattress and a snuggly soft duvet. It is built into an alcove and I can lie in bed and look our across the moor or up though the skylight at the stars - no need to draw the curtains and no streetlights here to ruin the dark night sky! There are two cane chairs to sit in with cushions and throws to add to their comfort. The furniture generally is well used but quite acceptable (hence only 4 stars not 5) and there are some lovely quirky Anna-isms - a tiny angel, an incense burner, a fairy mirror. Just outside the gate onto the moor is a fire pit for evening bonfires if wanted.
This is an ideal space for me. Somewhere I can take the dog without worrying too much about dog hairs and muddy paws. I can be quiet, rest, walk in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, wander along a deserted beach (I had lunch with a baby seal and its mum one day this year), read, paint, play my clarinet... just 'be'. Perfect.

13 Jul 2014


"Special, budget glamping in a beautiful setting"

We booked at the last minute and had no expectations. We loved our little cottage! It was so quiet and secluded and to wake up to that view over the moor each morning was rather lovely. We also loved… More

15 Jun 2014


"Perfect place for a retreat"

I had the honour of staying in Anna's beautiful Trallywyn Bach Cottage studio. When I arrived late in the evening with the sun still setting, I walked around the beautiful secret garden and admir… More

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