Ynglŷn â Trewern Arms Hotel
We love our inn.
We welcome walkers and dogs enjoying the fantstic woodland riverside walking routes which finish and end at the pub to enjoy our curated selection of local ales and our delicious restaurant and bar menu in our mud-friendly slate floored bar beside warm wood stove. We like to relax in our luxurious settees in our quiet lounge, and to eat in our riverside restaurant. In the summer we enjoy a drink and some food in our secluded garden whilst listening to the sounds of the birds and the river.
Our inn, with ten spacious bedrooms, close to the small town of Newport is a perfect base for walking, cyclingand birdwatching, a couple of miles from the Nevern Estuary and close to the Gwaun Valley.
Nevern, a small village centre of around twenty houses, plays home to St Brynach’s Church with the Bleeding Yew and Celtic Cross, and also to the Pilgrim’s cross and the ruins of the historic Nevern Castle. The river, banked by grazing is bordered by lush woodland through which run numerous walks and tracks.
£85.00 - £120.00 B&B per person per night
Open all year.
- Advanced booking in peak time
- Bed linen free of charge
- Broadband Connection available
- Cafe or restaurant on park
- Cot high chair provided
- Credit Debit card accepted
- Dogs by arrangement
- Evening meal arrangement
- Games room on park
- Liquor licence/licensed club or bar on park
- Private Gardens
- Private Parking
- Radio in rooms
- Some rooms have fixed heating
- Tea coffee facilities in rooms
- Totally non smoking
- TV in room/unit/static caravan
- Welsh spoken
- Wifi Internet Access
Wheelchair access to all ground floor areas, and a disabled toilet. Unfortunately there is no wheelchair access to the bedrooms as they are all upstairs.
Take the A487 from Cardigan or Fishguard. If approaching from Cardigan turn right onto the B4582 a mile or so before Newport, if approaching from Fishguard turn left a mile or so after passing through Newport.
Use the T5 bus from Cardigan, Fishguard, Haverford West or Aberystwyth.