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Erw-Lon Farmhouse, Pembrokeshire
At the foot of the Preseli Hills, in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Erw-Lon Farmhouse offers spacious and comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation, along with a warm Welsh welcome from the proprietor, Lilwen McAllister. Both Erw-Lon and Lilwen herself have won awards for the quality of the accommodation and for outstanding hospitality and service.
The farmhouse offers three large bedrooms, all with stylish and spacious en-suite facilities. Room One has twin beds and a generous en-suite bathroom with bath and shower. This room looks out across the stunning countryside of the Gwaun Valley. Room Two also enjoys extensive countryside views and offers double-bedded accommodation, with an en-suite shower room. Room Three, again a double room, looks out across the farm to the rolling hills in the distance.
A hearty Welsh farmhouse breakfast, made from locally sourced produce, is served daily in the dining room. The lounge and the garden are both available for use by guests, and wifi is available throughout the farmhouse.
The location of Erw-Lon Farmhouse could not be more charming, nestled as it is in the glorious, wooded valley of the River Gwaun. Buzzards and red kites swoop overhead, and birdsong fills the air.
Erw-Lon is just a short drive from the pretty coastal town of Fishguard, as well as many stunning sandy beaches, hideaway coves and picturesque harbours. The Last Invasion Tapestry, commissioned in 1997, is on show in a gallery housed in Fishguard Town Hall and is well worth a visit. Nearby, Dyffryn Fernant Gardens boasts 6 acres of lovingly tended and beautifully designed gardens and grounds to explore.
No visit to Pembrokeshire would be complete without some time spent on one of the counties incredible beaches. Newport Sands, at the mouth of the River Nevern, is just a few miles away, and there are many more beaches to explore in the area, from tiny coves hidden away from the crowds, to broad, open beaches that stretch for a mile or more.
Adventure fans will be thrilled to visit this part of Wales, as there are a wealth of high-octane activities on offer locally, including sea kayaking, coasteering, surfing and rock climbing. Whether you are a seasoned practitioner of any of these or an absolute beginner, there are classes and courses to suit your level of experience.
For visitors wishing to dine out in the area, there are a number of excellent restaurants just a short distance from Erw-Lon. Newport has become something of a foodie haven in recent times, and there are plenty of choices to suit all budgets and tastes. The Canteen serves delicious homemade pizzas that have earned them a great reputation and a loyal following, whilst The Castle Inn offers a traditional pub menu, using locally sourced ingredients that are freshly cooked to order. In Goodwick, The Rose and Crown is a superb gastropub, serving classic food using only the best in-season produce from local suppliers, and there a quite a number of other options in both Fishguard and Goodwick.
Pembrokeshire really does have so much to offer, from the beautiful rolling countryside to stunning beaches with clear, blue waters. With Erw-Lon as a base, visitors can explore the area with ease, taking home great memories of a warm and welcoming part of Wales.
Book your next short break or holiday at Erw-Lon Farm and relax in stunning Pembrokeshire surroundings,