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Porthgain - Glowty'r Felin

Sleeps 25 Star Rating Enclosed Garden/Patio Internet Access No Smoking Parking Pet by Arrangement Short Walk to Coast

Glowty'r Felin

  • Beautiful secluded rural location
  • Short walk to coast
  • Perfect for stargazing
  • Patio
  • Parking
  • Pet welcome
  • Available all year/short breaks
  • Friday changeover

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4st self cateringThe Grade II Listed 5-star Glowty'r Felin is a former cowshed tastefully restored with its space cleverly converted into a wonderful cosy living space and a much-loved holiday cottage, just for two (and baby). Located in the peacefull hamlet of Llanrhian, this super cottage offers good quality accommodation mainly on one level but with a step up to the bedroom and study area and a step down to the main living room and kitchen.

Like its neighbour, Melin Llanrhian, Glowty'r Felin boasts many original features, along with whitewashed stone walls, beams, wooden flooring and pretty little windows, plus a cosy log burner for chilly evenings.

And why not swap a night in for an evening under the stars? The secluded rural location makes Glowty’r Felin the ideal place to enjoy a spot of stargazing. Grab a blanket and a warm drink, and gaze at the wonders of the clear skies above.



Atmospheric, historical, stunning, wild, surprising, intriguing, great fish and chips; some of the words visitors to Porthgain have used to describe this pretty fishing village on St David’s Peninsula.

Situated on a steep hill, at the end of a pretty country lane, sloping down towards the sea is the old fishing harbour of Porthgain. Set around a traditional village green with picnic tables and goal posts, this picturesque fishing village, once buzzing with industry is now a very popular tourist destination and boasts two renowned and highly acclaimed restaurants, The Shed Bistro and The Sloop Inn, both serving sensational catch-of –the-day seafood straight from the boat, excellent art galleries, a popular harbour for launching kayaks and dive boats, and of course its superb location in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

The air is crystal fresh and the light clear and bright in Pembrokeshire, perfect for artists. Local art is displayed in two excellent galleries in Porthgain. The night skies are free from light pollution and tranquillity surrounds you.

Pembrokeshire is a must-see destination if you’re a seasoned astronomer or are new to stargazing. The county has eight Dark Sky Discovery Sites, including Garn Fawr, near Strumble Head; and Sychpant picnic site in the Gwaun Valley, near Newport. Gaze at the night sky and you might see the spectacle of the Milky Way or the constellations such as Orion.

And Porthgain is the ideal location for walking as the Pembrokeshire Coast Path can be reached from both directions with the local beaches of Aberfelin, Traethllfyn, Abereiddy and the Blue Lagoon all within walking distance. The clifftops here offer splendid views of the north Pembrokeshire coast line and a plethora of wildlife and wild flowers; be sure to watch out for the must-see birds found in the area – the chough and the peregrine falcon.


Lounge/Kitchen & Dining Area

Comfortably furnished with a three-seater settee and an arm chair. Smart TV, freeview and DVD player. Wood burning stove.

Fitted kitchen with electric oven, induction hob, and dishwasher.

Dining table and chairs to seat four.

Walk Through Study Area

Writing desk and small settee.


King size bed and two fitted wardrobes.

Entrance and Utility Room

Washer/Dryer, Fridge/Freezer, Microwave and Boiler.

Shower Room

Large shower, washbasin and WC.


Sheltered and sunny, small cobbled patio, perfect for morning coffee just outside the back door.

Additional raised patio leading to a grassy area with picnic table.

Gravelled parking area by the front door.