Hen Ffermdy Bed and Breakfast

About Hen Ffermdy Bed and Breakfast

Hen Ffermdy (Old Farmhouse) is nestled on a south facing hillside in a sheltered valley just 2 miles from the north coast of Pembrokeshire. The oldest part of the farmhouse dates back to the 1530s with additions through to the 1800s. When we were lucky enough to find it the farmhouse had been empty and untouched for nearly 50 years, there was not much left to save apart from the stone walls which are a metre thick in places.

Restoring this lovely big house has been a labour of love and we are thrilled to be opening our doors to guests exploring Pembrokeshire and beyond. We now sincerely hope to welcome people that once upon a time could have been us looking for an escape from the stress and strain of a working life to breathe out and enjoy what time they have to spare.

Whether looking for insider knowledge of where and what to do in Pembrokeshire, especially our beloved north coast, or asking how you make the escape yourselves we would be delighted to welcome you here. Or, you can just relax in your own space and do your own thing. From spotting barn owls to emperor dragonflies there is always something to see out of the window or while walking around the footpaths in our slowly rewilding fields.

The house sits amongst the traditional stone built farm buildings and large millpond on 5 acres of land previously used for pasture which we are leaving to rewild and nurture our fledgling woodland. Outside of the 5 acre grounds Llangloffan Fen (SSSI) is within walking distance.

The beautiful twin beaches of Aber Mawr and Aber Bach are within a couple of miles from Hen Ffermdy, perfect for surfing or swimming. If feeling energetic there is a enchanting walk down to the beaches through a National Trust managed ancient woodland which is filled with bluebells and wild garlic in spring and offers much needed shade in the summer.

One of the most stunning sections of all the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is nearby, it takes you from Aber Bach to Pwll Deri and then on to Strumble Head Lighthouse. There are seals in the bays all year and can be spotted with their pups in Autumn, there are birds to watch in any season and the raw untouched beauty of the rugged coastline is breathtaking.

For a place in the middle of nowhere we are 20 minutes from anywhere, notably Newgale Beach, St Davids and Newport. The Sloop Inn and The Shed at Porthgain are 15 minutes drive and are firm local favourites


The 3 guest bedrooms are all upstairs and have free superfast WiFi, smart TVs, and underfloor heating. Breakfast is included in the price with full cooked, vegetarian and vegan options available. There is also a library of books and board games in the ground floor drawing room for all our guests to enjoy. 
BARNEY – is a cosy room with king-size bed and separate private bathroom (shower in bath) just across the hallway with 2 steps. Barney can be made up as a twin if requested in advance of booking.
BRINLEY – a lovely room with king sized bed with ensuite shower room and a cute window seat to bird spot and enjoy views over the millpond. 
MABEL – our largest room with king-sized french antique bed,  en-suite bathroom (shower in bath), double aspect sash windows and view over the millpond.


Adrian was born in Pembrokeshire but has lived all over the world since he was little and Sue originally from Scotland grew up in Oman. They both worked in London for 20 plus years before escaping to Pembrokeshire in 2018 to renovate Hen Ffermdy. Between them have had varied careers including travel, interiors and hospitality, so felt it like a natural move to bring all their experiences together in the creation of Hen Ffermdy Bed and Breakfast.


£100 - £140 per room per night

Additional Information

Open all year.


  • Broadband Connection available
  • Central heating
  • Cot high chair provided
  • Credit Debit card accepted
  • Maid service available
  • Non smoking bedrooms
  • Private Gardens
  • Tea coffee facilities in rooms
  • Totally non smoking
  • TV in room/unit/static caravan
  • Vegetarian diets
  • Wifi Internet Access


The postcode SA62 5ET, will take you to the farm just up the hill from us (Llangloffan Farmhouse),
we are the farmhouse about 100 yards down the hill, opposite Llangloffan Chapel.

Approaching from the south on A40. At Letterston turn left onto B4331, follow road towards Castlemorris, just after Castlemorris Equestrian & Perts on your right, turn right follow this road over a small hump bridge and up the hill. We are the white house directly opposite Llangloffan Chapel.

Approaching from the north on A40. Exit the A40 on to the A4219 towards St Davids, shortly after turn left onto Jordanston Hill. Follow the road for nearly 3 miles, when you see a farmhouse on the crossroads with a road sign pointing right to St Nicholas, turn LEFT. Follow the road down to the 3 way cross road and turn right off the road into the yard. The chapel is across the road on the left/behind you.