Bwthyn Hir, Porthiddy Farm Holiday Cottages

About Bwthyn Hir, Porthiddy Farm Holiday Cottages

Take a ten-minute walk from the cottages at Porthiddy Farm West, through our fields to the beautiful Bay of Abereiddy awarded with a Blue Flag. Enjoy the quiet countryside, coastal walks, a dip in the sea, coast-steering, observing seals and star gazing. Nearby coastal pubs and restaurants provide the opportunity to eat out or enjoy a relaxed evening watching the sun set over Abereiddy.

The single-storey stone cottage, Bwthyn Hir, is spacious and sleeps four people. The cottage is entered from the seaward side into an open-plan living area. An antique pine partition divides the sitting-dining area from the well-fitted kitchen including dishwasher, freezer, fridge, washing machine and dryer, cooker and microwave oven. The large bathroom has a full suite with bath and separate shower. The two bedrooms overlook the farmyard garden, with a king-size bed in one room, and two singles in the other.

Ty Canol is a light and spacious cottage set on two floors and sleeps four or five people. The large kitchen provides the heart of a Welsh home. The butler-sink, wooden table, chairs, dresser, and cupboards set a traditional atmosphere accompanied by a comprehensive range of modern equipment, including a dishwasher. A comfortable sitting room with SMART TV, and a downstairs bathroom with a full suite with a shower over the bath, lead off the entrance-hall. Here also the oak stairs wind up to the second storey where there are two attractive bedrooms, one with a king-size bed and a single bed, and the other with two single beds. There is also a room upstairs containing a shower, WC, and wash-hand basin.

Both cottages are entered from the seaward side, where there is ample parking space, and a small shed for bikes, surfboards, etc. Picnic tables provide an opportunity to sit and enjoy the afternoon’s sun and spectacular sunsets. The morning’s sun catches the terraced sitting-area at the rear, which overlooks the farmyard garden.

Additional Information

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  • Advanced booking in peak time
  • Bed linen free of charge
  • Broadband Connection available
  • Central heating
  • Cot high chair provided
  • Disabled access statement available
  • Dogs by arrangement
  • Ground floor rooms
  • Non smoking bedrooms
  • Private Parking
  • Short Breaks available
  • Totally non smoking
  • Washing machine launderette available
  • Wifi Internet Access


Access Statement available on request.


Travel Directions to Porthiddy Farm West, Abereiddy, SA62 6DR.

Mobile: 07855 390604 

From M4 via Haverfordwest. 

At the end of the M4 continue on A48 to Carmarthen.

At Carmarthen, bear left on A40 to St. Clears.

At the St. Clears roundabout take the second exit and continue on A40 to Haverfordwest.

As you enter the outskirts of Haverfordwest, you will come to a roundabout. Take the second exit to Fishguard.

Follow the signs to Fishguard A40.

Continue on A40, and after approximately nine to ten miles you will come to Letterston.

At Letterston, there is a turning point for buses on the left and immediately after that a turning to Mathry. Turn left on B4331 to Mathry. After about six miles you reach a major crossroads running from St David’s to Fishguard. Turn left on to A487 to St. David’s.

After approximately three miles you come to the village of Croesgoch. *After you enter the village take the first turning on your right signposted to Porthgain. ** Before you come to Porthgain, you will meet some crossroads in the village of Llanrhian.

Turn left and, after a few hundred yards, take the first turning on your right to Abereiddy. This lane goes down a hill, bears left and right, and then you will see some low stone cottages ahead of you. At this point the road takes a sharp turn to the left. Our farm is immediately after that, on the right, opposite a house called Noddfa. Continue along the lane with the wall on your right then at the end of the wall turn right into the gravel parking area.

If you continue down the hill you will come to the beach!

From Fishguard

Follow A487 to St David’s.

After about six miles you will come to Croesgoch. Then follow the directions as described in the directions as given above from *.

From St David’s

Follow the A487 to Fishguard.

After about five miles you will come to Croesgoch. Turn left at the Artromont Arms to Porthgain. Then follow the directions as described above from **.


The nearest train station is Haverfordwest, served by trains from Cardiff Central Station and Swansea. There are taxis at the station awaiting all train service arrivals and a limited bus service to St Davids.

The nearest bus stop is in St Davids centre, approximately 3 miles from the cottage. More information on bus times can be found at