Llanferran Farm

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Welcome to Llanferran Farm, a working family farm about two miles from St Davids, Pembrokeshire. A quiet rural location with splendid views across the fields.

Our holiday cottages, Yr Ysgubor and Tŷ Blawd, completely renovated to modern building standards are part of an attractive row of 18th Century farm buildings.
4 star holiday accommodation, both cottages sleep 4 in 2 bedrooms.

Coastal Path, excellent bird-watching, seal viewing, all a short walk away across a couple of fields. Whitesands, a Blue Flag, long sandy beach, is just 5 minutes drive from our farm. Pets welcome

Our comfortable static caravan, sleeping 6 is situated on our farm adjoining the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, near St Davids, West Wales.

Welcome

We are delighted to welcome guests to our coastal farm located in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park close to the village city of St Davids. With the Pembrokeshire Coast Path just a short walk away, this is an ideal location for walkers, bird watchers and seal spotters. In the far west of Wales this is, as one young visitor remarked, ‘where the road runs out!’

The St Davids Peninsula is an area steeped in history, a place of ancient settlements, hill and promontory forts and standing stones, of legends and Saints-from the ancient tales of the Mabinogion to the tales of Dewi Sant (David our Patron Saint) who was born nearby and founded a religious community in the place that would later be the location of the Cathedral dedicated to him. It was from the nearby Whitesands Bay that St Patrick reputedly set sail for Ireland having been captured by pirates. The legacy of the Vikings can be seen in many Pembrokeshire place names and it is said that the location of the Cathedral – a valley bottom rather than a position of prominence-was chosen to conceal it from their marauding raids.

LLanferran in 1903

Llanferran in 1903, click for a bigger image

It is the Cathedral that earns St Davids the title of Britain’s smallest city. Although no more than a village it can cater for most holiday needs with a supermarket, butcher, green grocer, pharmacy, petrol station, launderette, post office, two banks (Lloyds TSB and Barclays) with cash machines, together with a variety of other shops selling crafts, clothes, shoes, souvenirs etc. There are a number of galleries both those of working artists who sell their own work and those displaying and selling the work of others. The recently opened Oriel y Parc displays works by the world-famous Graham Sutherland, one of the many artists inspired by the Pembrokeshire landscape. Both here and throughout the locality there are pubs, cafés and restaurants -many of them award-winning- which cater to a wide range of tastes and pockets.

The peninsula has a number of lovely beaches-many holding a Blue Flag award, secluded coves and small harbours where fishing and pleasure boats bob side by side. The area presents ample opportunities for outdoor activities and boat trips for both sightseeing and fishing can be booked locally.

Further afield are theme parks and family based attractions, castles and museums, gardens and historical sites making this an area to cater for all tastes and ages.

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Wyn Morgan Llanferran Farm St Davids Pembrokeshire Wales Tel: 01437 720349 (evenings)

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