Beautifully restored barn with character beams and open-plan living
Dining and lounge area, flooded with natural light from the floor to ceiling windows
Ample space in the lovely designed kitchen
Curl up on the comfortable sofas
Attention to detail
Enjoy a film in the evening
Dining area
Double bedroom
Enjoy a good night's rest after exploirng the coastline
Attention to detail
Fresh and contemporary throughout
Twin bedroom
Spacious wet room
Enclosed garden area
View towards the barn, with ample parking space in front
Nearby Abermawr beach and woodland
St David's, Britain's smallest city with stunning cathedral
Stroll around nearby harbour village of Porthgain, with a great pub and art gallery
1 / 18  Beautifully restored barn with character beams and open-plan living
2 / 18  Dining and lounge area, flooded with natural light from the floor to ceiling windows
3 / 18  Ample space in the lovely designed kitchen
4 / 18  Curl up on the comfortable sofas
5 / 18  Attention to detail
6 / 18  Enjoy a film in the evening
7 / 18  Dining area
8 / 18  Double bedroom
9 / 18  Enjoy a good night's rest after exploirng the coastline
10 / 18  Attention to detail
11 / 18  Fresh and contemporary throughout
12 / 18  Twin bedroom
13 / 18  Spacious wet room
14 / 18  Enclosed garden area
15 / 18  View towards the barn, with ample parking space in front
16 / 18  Nearby Abermawr beach and woodland
17 / 18  St David's, Britain's smallest city with stunning cathedral
18 / 18  Stroll around nearby harbour village of Porthgain, with a great pub and art gallery

Tresare Barn,

St Davids (7.5mls NE), West Wales
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
4
star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Complex of properties
Enclosed garden / patio
Increased accessibility
Internet access
Working farm
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A former dairy situated in 130 acres on a Welsh working farm
  • Explore the stunning Pembrokeshire coast path
  • Sandy beaches such as Whitesands and Abereiddy nearby
  • Visit St David's, the UK's smallest city
  • Gift shops, tea rooms and art galleries to explore in St David's
  • Visit the colourful harbour town of Fishguard 
Property code: 42280

The small village of Square and Compass, just a few miles from St David's. boasts a pub, restaurant and well-stocked garage shop. Join one of the many winding footpaths of the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, taking in the bays of Abercastle and Porthgain, or explore the Blue Lagoon and surfer's waves at Abereiddy. Other sandy beaches at Traethllyn and Whitesands are also nearby. With beautiful harbours, museums, galleries, shops and restaurants to discover, this is the perfect place to relax and embrace the scenery and culture, or enjoy a more active adventure with the very best Pembrokeshire has to offer.

Step into the bright, open-plan kitchen/lounge/diner, which is flooded with natural light and benefits from lovely wooden beams framing the high ceilings. The kitchen is well-equipped to cook and prepare meals for the family, with a useful utility room with laundry facilities if needed. Leading off the main living area are two ground floor bedrooms: 1 double with TV and 1 twin with TV. Enjoy an invigorating shower in the wet room before you start your day, and step outside into the farm courtyard and begin your coastal adventures.

There is an enclosed garden with patio furniture and BBQ to the rear of the property, with a lawned area where you can enjoy picnics on those sunnier days.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 double and 1 twin
  • Wet room with shower and WC, plus separate WC
  • Kitchen with electric oven and hob, microwave and dishwasher
  • Utility room with fridge, freezer and washing machine
  • Bed linen, towels, electric and underfloor heating included
  • Wi-Fi included
  • BBQ
  • Regret no pets
  • Ample private parking
  • Accessed via a single track farm lane
  • Beach, shop and pub within walking distance
  • Increased accessibility - please refer to our FAQ's

This property joined our collection in 2016 and is managed by Jessica.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 13 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.9
Overall equipment
4.8
Overall comfort
4.6
Overall location
4.8

Reviewed by Joan, 26th July 2019

The cottage is located midway between Fishguard and St Davids and is also close to large stores in Haverfordwest. The coast is around 1 mile away and can be reached on foot across the fields. The cottage is a modern conversion with a spacious kitchen for those who like cooking at home. A Spa shop is conveniently located half a mile away. The cottagRead moree is located on a working dairy farm with superb views of the coast, and at night, the sweeping beam of the Strumble Head Lighthouse is magnificent. Hide

Reviewed by Brian, 21st June 2019

Fabulous

Reviewed by Brian, 17th May 2019

This is an excellent spacious cottage , with lots of modern appliances , spotlessly clean and very comfortable . It is centrally located with great views , too , and we loved the cows coming in for milking.

Reviewed by Joy, 26th April 2019

Wonderful location. Excellent accommodation, well equipped, and open plan living ideal for holidaying. Good supply of leaflets and information. Very helpful owners, the few queries we had were dealt with promptly. Excellent base for walkers, coastal path very accessible, and quite glorious. Great places to eat. Accessibility to St Davids ideal, as Read morewell other tourist opportunities. Will certainly look forward to returning here. Hide

Reviewed by Eric, 12th April 2019

Amazing barn, the owners are lovely. Great time away and the barn is very modern and has everything you need. Great view!!

Reviewed by Julie, 5th April 2019

Well equipped in an ideal location for walking the coastal path. As we are not a lover of eating out, the kitchen facilities were first rate. Loved the large wet room and the airiness of the lounge area.

Reviewed by Steve, 1st February 2019

A wonderful, clean, spacious and really cosy cottage with all amenities and high quality fittings. Well located for all things Pembrokeshire Coast - we will definitely be returning!

Reviewed by Janet, 21st September 2018

The cottage is perfectly situated for exploring the Pembrokeshire coast line, ideal for walking but also for painters. We found several galleries and wonderful craft outlets of very high quality.

Reviewed by Mandy, 14th September 2018

Cottage beautifully clean and well equipped. You need a car to enjoy the countryside. Note that it is a working dairy farm and not all views are as the brochure. Not a problem, but pictures a little miss leading. We had a great time exploring the coastal paths etc but not much to do if weather bad. Bring lots of books or games.

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Beautifully restored barn with character beams and open-plan living
Dining and lounge area, flooded with natural light from the floor to ceiling windows
Ample space in the lovely designed kitchen
Curl up on the comfortable sofas
Attention to detail
Enjoy a film in the evening
Dining area
Double bedroom
Enjoy a good night's rest after exploirng the coastline
Attention to detail
Fresh and contemporary throughout
Show 6 moreTwin bedroom

Location

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