A warm welcome with tea & Welsh cakes awaits you at this award-winning 14th century farmhouse perched on the edge of Gwaun Valley in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Come and go as you please from your separate accommodation in The Granary, with private bathroom, own seating area, television, tea/coffee making facilities and micro-fridge for fresh milk, private parking. Overlooked by Carn Ingli in the foothills of the Preseli Mountains, yet only 15 minutes from the mile-long sweep of Newport Sands. This is a paradise for wildlife with resident badgers, buzzards, merlin, ravens and red kites, whilst goshawks, harriers, peregrine falcons, polecats and otters can also be seen. Grounds include 200ft waterfall, iron-age fort, ancient forest.
Directions & MapFrom Haverfordwest take the B4329 to Cardigan. Stay on the B4329 passing though Crundale, Woodstock and Tufton. Shortly after Tufton, turn left (onto the B4313) at the crossroads signposted to Abergwaun/Fishguard. Take the next right hand turn off the B4313 onto a minor country lane (signposted to Pontfaen and Cwm Gwaun). Here, you will also see the first ‘Brown Tourism’ signposts for Tregynon and Gellifawr. Proceed for about 3/4 mile, taking the first turning on the right also ‘Brown’ signposted for Tregynon and Gellifawr. Proceed for about 1 1/4 miles, taking the first turning on the left where you will see our large cream sign. Follow our signs by immediately turning right down our drive. At the bottom of our drive (1/2 mile), keep straight on to Tregynon, ignoring the signs to the right to Tregynon Farm and Tregynon Cottages which belong to our neighbours
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