“A week of peace and tranquility” A very cosy secluded cottage surrounded by wildlife. Enjoyed a lovely week despite mixed weather. The owners were lovely and on hand if you needed anything but never intrusive. The highlight was the three badgers that visited nightly for peanuts and fried bread! Lovely 15 min walk to the beach from the cottage although needed wellies as it was a bit wet. Would recommend for a peaceful away from it all vacation. Would love to return in the future.
Well equipped, spacious holiday home. Plenty of room for a family of 8 including 3 young children.
If you are looking for a peaceful holiday cottage for a large family group then look no further. Greenbanks is well equipped and everything is to a high specification.
There were 6 adults 2 young children and a 4 month old baby in our group. Plenty of room for everyone.
The local area is quiet, unspoilt and beautiful. Certainly not commercialised . The pretty pebbled beach is a 20 minute walk away and you can pick up the coastal path from this point.
Plenty to see and do without having to spend a lot of money.
Lovely holiday, enjoyed by 3 generations of one family. …
Workshop Cottage (2141)
Excellent holiday venue
Lovely cottage, well equipped and very comfortable. Owners very thoughtful and considerate. Lovely home made bread and cottage pie. Would definitely stay here again and consider purchasing more food …
The Stokes family with Auntie Doris returned to Trewrach for another weeks holiday. As before, the cottage was warm, cosy and extremely comfortable. Feroza very kindly arranged for milk, tea and Welsh cakes on our arrival along with a bottle of vino.
Once again we chose to have our groceries delivered by Tesco which saved the need to go shopping after a long drive.
We were blessed with wall to wall sunshine , warm where shelted but cold in the westerly wind which prevailed.
The coastal walk from Carreg Pen-las to Dinas Island is a must and is reached along a delightful path from the cottage either from the garden or through the farm buildings. Clusters of primroses, Celandines and Bladder Campions bloom along the pathways and banks and the sweet smell of Gorse is in evidence along the entire walk.
The walk ends at the Old Sailors Restaurant where you can sit in the sunshine and enjoy a well deserved ice-cream.
The Golden Lion in Newport is worth a visit but book in advance and be prepared to park the car down the road as parking is very limited.
Trewrach is in a fine position, quiet and off the beaten track. The sign for the cottage is barely visible from the A487 coming from Fishguard so beware.
Mobile phone coverage is not possible from the cottage but a short walk above the cottage and you are ok.
Who needs Wi-fi which is not available when you can you see badgers outside your back door everynight and watch the birds feed in such close proximity.
A rare privilidge, made possible by the generosity of Huw and Feroza who provide free feed for both !
You will never find more helpful, kind and friendly hosts. …
Seaview at Merton Hall
beautiful comfortable and good location
My husband and I spent 5 days at Seaview, we were pleasantly surprised with the accommodation! every little aspect had been so carefully thought of including a great welcome pack for our dog who came with us! (this was just one of those special little extras)
There are some fabulous local little coves that you can visit and the area as a whole is just beautiful.
we were made very welcome and given some great information by our hosts as to local places to visit, restaurants that were good places to eat and also if we needed anything only to ask.
we had great weather which made it all that little bit more enjoyable - thank you so much for a great trip …