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Porthgain - Ty Blawd

Sleeps 24 Star Rating Internet Access No Smoking Parking Short Walk to Coast

Beautiful converted barn in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Stunning views and surroundings make this a spectacular location to enjoy the unspoilt West Wales coastline.

  • Beautiful secluded location
  • Spectacular coastal views across the Irish Sea
  • Superb barn conversion
  • Great for walkers
  • Log burner
  • Perfect for stargazing
  • Parking
  • Sorry no pets
  • Available all year/short breaks out of season
  • Saturday changeover

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4st self catering

Enjoy spectacular sea views and luxurious accommodation when you book a stay at Tŷ Blawd, a gorgeous barn conversion for two, at Pwllderi, on the rugged North Pembrokeshire coast.

To take full advantage of the views across the Irish Sea, Tŷ Blawd - meaning Miller's Cottage - has been designed in reverse, with its living space all on the first floor.

Sit back and relax in the comfy sitting room with its large picture window, through which you can admire the sunsets and the glorious sea views towards Strumble Head and St Davids Head. It's also the ideal place for a spot of stargazing after dark. And thanks to its log-burning stove, you can look forward to cosy nights when the weather turns cooler.

With its idyllic location and stylish interior, this one-bedroom holiday cottage is perfect for your romantic escape, or a break with your baby, as there's space for a cot.

The modern fitted kitchen has been thoughtfully kitted out with everything you could need. Plus, it offers uninterrupted views of Garn Fawr, a rocky volcanic outcrop that is one of the UK’s Dark Sky Discovery Sites.

Tŷ Blawd's luxurious feel continues in the double bedroom with its king-size bed, and in the beautiful, spacious bathroom, which has a free-standing bath and a separate shower.


Tŷ Blawd sits on a smallholding above Pwllderi, on the North Pembrokeshire coast, offering you the twin benefits of a coastal and rural location.

The sunsets are stunning at any time of the year and it may be possible for you to see the Wicklow Mountains of Ireland in the distance.

The wonderful, rugged isolation of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path is just a short walk away, offering you access to the many coves and bays the area is famed for. It's also ideal if you're a keen bird watcher, and you can also spot seals, porpoises and various other wildlife.

If you're a stargazing enthusiast, you can admire the celestial sights from Tŷ Blawd's large picture window, or wrap up warm and step outside the property to admire the night skies. Plus, you'll be in the right place to visit Pembrokeshire's eight Dark Sky Discovery Sites, including Garn Fawr, Newgale beach, and Sychpant picnic site.

Tŷ Blawd is set in beautiful grounds, and is within easy driving distance of Fishguard, Porthgain, St Davids and Newport.



First Floor
Sitting Room

The stand-out feature here is the large picture window offering fabulous sea views. There's also a wood-burning stove, a comfy two-seater sofa, reading chair, wall-mounted TV and USB charging points. The room is stylishly decorated with co-ordinating furnishings and slate flooring.

Kitchen and Dining Area

There's a range of modern fitted units, including a tower-mounted oven and microwave, ceramic hob, integrated fridge/freezer box, dishwasher and washing machine. There's also a dining table with two chairs. And from the kitchen you can take in the glorious rural views, while an internal oak staircase with glass balustrades leads to the ground floor.

Ground Floor

With a king-size bed, bedside cabinets and lights, wardrobe, dressing table, free-standing mirror, wall mounted TV and USB charging points.  And there's access to outside via an external, part-glazed door.


The luxurious bathroom has a free-standing bath, separate wet room-style shower and underfloor heating. There's also a washbasin, toilet, heated towel rail and storage cabinet.


With an oak cupboard and under-stairs storage area.

Outside and parking

The main access to the cottage is via an external stone staircase, which leads to the kitchen door. Alongside the barn is a corbelled hut, dating back to the medieval period, and there's a small garden next to this.  At the side of the cottage is an outside seating area where you can enjoy those marvellous coastal views. A barbecue is also provided, and there's parking for one car and a boat, if required.