The perfect base for your holiday all year round.
The farm and cottages are located in the hamlet of Rhodiad-y-Brenin, just a mile away from St Davids. The farm adjoins the Dowrog Common and the Dowrog Pools Nature Reserve, a site of special scientific interest managed by Welsh Wildlife.
It is a lovely place to live and also share with guests. The night skies are free from light pollution and tranquillity is wonderful. The bird life on the common is diverse – a bird watchers delight! We see hen harriers, owls and grey herons and always hope for interesting winter migrants. The garden is alive with finches and other small birds. The Dowrog Common is vital for amphibians and the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust together with Welsh Wildlife have invested in digging new pools in order to boost the habitat for our endangered amphibians.
We have four highly commended four star graded cottages, Bwythyn Dowrog (one bedroom) Ty Beudy (one bedroom), Yr Hen Laethdy (one bedroom) and Yr Hendy (two bedrooms). We pride ourselves on providing every comfort for our guests, who frequently return. Each cottage has full central heating; all have dishwashers and washing machines and are furnished to a high standard. Towels are also included as part of the holiday package. We also have Wi-Fi available for the cottages and the yurt. Cots and high chairs are also available on request. Tea, coffee, milk and sugar are provided for your arrival plus a 'sweet treat'.
There is dedicated off street parking space for each cottage and undercover space is available for bikes.
The cottages make an ideal base for exploring the Pembrokeshire coastline, the picturesque harbours of Porth Clais, Porthgain and Solva, the 12th century Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace... or just the unique atmosphere of the smallest city in Great Britain!
Our changeover days are Friday or Saturday (depending on cottage) but out of the main summer holiday season we can be flexible and also offer short breaks.