Hugging the Pembrokeshire National Park coastline, Fynnonofi Farm is the perfect setting for a self-catering family holiday. Only a short stroll to its own beautiful beach, it's also close to the coastal path for stunning walks all year round and is ideal if you want a get-away-from-it-all holiday.
Our traditional stone holiday cottage has stunning sea or mountain views from all rooms, with outdoor eating areas from where you can enjoy the stunning sunsets. Sleeping up to 5 in 2 double bedrooms and a children's room, this centrally heated home has every amenity you could need for a relaxing, trouble-free break. There's a kitchen with all modern utilities as well as a large, bright sitting room with wood-burning stove, TV/video and double glass doors giving wonderful views across the sea.
The Stables is a self catered cottage on the coast, overlooking the sea in Pembrokeshire. It is secluded and is surrounded by 70 acres of its own farmland. There are panoramic views over the sea and up the Preseli mountains from most rooms. There are two bathrooms, underfloor heating and the style is 'rustic coastal'. It is private and there is plenty of space for children to play safely. The farm was a location for the 1956 Moby Dick film directed by John Huston.