Treffynnon is set amongst mature ash and sycamore trees and a rapidly expanding garden with views over Newport Bay to Dinas Island. It sits just below Carn Ffoi on the north-western slopes of the Preseli Hills. You are likely to see a variety of animals wander past during the course of your stay, including sheep, ponies, long-horn cattle, rabbits, badgers and foxes and even the occasional donkey.
If you walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path you are very likely to see dolphin and seals, depending on the time of year. You will certainly see Buzzard circling over Treffynnon and, increasingly often, Red Kites too.
The house is a mile from the town of Newport, which has a good selection of shops, cafés and pubs. Parrog Beach beach is in walking distance, while the larger beach of Traeth Mawr (literally Big Beach but generally known as Newport Sands or The Beach) is a 10 minute drive, although walking enthusiasts can easily reach it by walking along the estuary at low tide.
Further afield is the Cathedral town of St Davids which is well worth a visit and boat trips to the islands of Skomer and Ramsey can be spectacular.
For more ideas of what to do and where to go have a look at our activities page.
The area in and around Newport offers an impressive choice of places to visit and things to do.
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