Accreditations

4 Visit Wales Stars

 Where to find us


Rose Villa

Brynhenllan
Dinas
SA42 0SE

01789 841425

Dogs Welcome:

Number of Rooms/Units/Pitches: 1 Unit Sleeps 6

Rose Villa is a lovely traditional stone cottage in the quiet National Park hamlet of Brynhenllan. It is 5 minutes downhill to the safe family-friendly and small scenic beaches off Dinas Head, Pwllgwaelod and Cwm-yr-Eglwys, and just 3 minutes’ walk to the  Pembrokeshire coastal path.

Walk south along the coastal path to the historic port of  Fishguard in less than an hour, or north to the pretty harbour town of Newport, and onwards to Moylgrove and beyond; walk around Dinas Head starting at one  beach and arriving at another - with the chance of a well-earned cup of tea or beer on the beach at Pwllgwaelod. Hike upwards into the stunning Newport Hills, and enjoy unrivalled views of Cardigan Bay, or walk further into the Preseli Hills (where the blue stones at Stonehenge originated).

Ideal for families, walkers and bird lovers, with the Poppit Rocket bus service stops close by to take you to other locations along the coastal path.

There are shops, garage and pubs in Dinas, all within a few minutes’ walk. Play golf on the nearby Newport Links course (6 miles by car) or St David's or Haverfordwest. Local beaches and coastline are a paradise for kayakers with easy launching from local beaches, and nearby Newport Sands is ideal for windsurfers. Nearest horse riding stables are on the Newport Hills 4 miles away.

Enjoy the rich wildlife of the area - choughs, gannets, oystercatchers, peregrines and kites; otters, dolphins, harbour porpoises, grey seals and glow worms; orchids, wildflower banks and much more!

Explore the history of Carn Inglis,  Pentre Ifan (and the ancient woodland below it - National Nature Reserve), the pilgrims route along the Nevern River,  the Gwaun Valley where time has stood still and the cathedral at St Davids  - all within easy driving distance. Take wildlife boat trips from St Davids or New Quay.

Some local beaches have dog restrictions during summer months, but there are many just a short walk along the path which are dog friendly all year around. Brynhenllan casts its charm over many and we hope you too will fall in love with the area. Within the cottage you will find our suggestions of favorite walks and places to go; we have family friendly videos, Freeview TV, plenty of books for all ages and games and cards to play. 

Accommodation

Rose Villa sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms: one double, one twin (with shower), and one bunk bedroom. The family bathroom has a shower over the bath.

 

Rose Villa is an exceptionally well equipped cottage with kitchen (fridge, freezer and 6 hob oven), cosy living room (with open fire), dining room (seats 6), utility room (washing machine, tumble dryer and drying racks) and downstairs WC.

Wi fi is available. 

Outside

There are small suntrap/coffee seating areas at the front of the cottage and an enclosed small patio/garden at the back with table and chairs for al fresco meals. The cottage is just a few yards up a private road off the main village/beach road. There is parking for one car adjacent to the cottage and additional on street parking nearby. Tesco, Co-op and others deliver to the village.

Key facts

  • Bed linen and bath towels provided. Please bring your own beach towels
  • Electricity and heating included
  • Starter scuttle of coal/kindling for the open fire provided from 1 Oct – 31 March. Additional coal and kindling available in the village all year round
  • One small/medium sized dog welcome (downstairs only)
  • No smoking

Open from March to January

    • Per unit per week £410.00 - £885.00
  • Central heating
  • Private Parking
  • Washing machine launderette available
  • Bed linen free of charge
  • Totally non smoking
  • Private Gardens
  • TV in room/unit/static caravan
  • Wifi Internet Access
© Pembrokeshire County Council 2014. All Rights Reserved.      Trade Login       Travel Trade Login