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Relax to the Sound of Nature at a Stylish Pembrokeshire Coast Bed & Breakfast.
A private Pembrokeshire coastal b&b like Segrwyd Cabin Bed & Breakfast at Trefin is unique; one of a kind, with private access and your own kitchen, set apart from the owners property situated on a 16 acre smallholding, the lovely Scandinavian style wooden cabin offers the kind of peace and tranquillity that many city dwellers just long for. Large windows offer views of the sea and meadows and the cabin is equipped will all the luxury and comfort you need while exploring the area.
The b&b comes with an en-suite shower-room and the entire cabin is beautifully and tastefully decorated. You can prepare your own meals to your heart's content in the fully equipped kitchen, but breakfasts are a treat and delight, and all the ingredients for the type of breakfast you want are provided by the hospitable hosts. Everything, from cereals to eggs to marmalade, tea and coffee and much more is constantly topped up. As an added luxury, your breakfast dishes are washed up and cleared away for you as well. The cabin can be arranged as a twin or superking.
A homemade cake in your cabin on your arrival
The luxury of a heated towel rail
Fully controllable heating
Outside sitting area with amazing sea views
Shaver point, towels and hairdryer provided
Iron and ironing board
Comfy sofa and chairs
Colour TV and DVD player
Books plus DVDs
Pembrokeshire A Treasure Trove of Things to See and Do
Pembrokeshire is the westernmost county in South Wales, and tourists flock here to discover why so many Hollywood film producers are selecting this exquisite area as a setting for their different films. Not only that, holidaymakers who want to make hiking and the outdoors a top priority can't stop bragging about the awesome Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, which has been voted as one of the top 10 walks in the World, and with good reason. On this 186 mile coastal walk, you are promised every kind of landscape and magnificent views. Pembrokeshire Coast B&Bs like Segrwyd are in high demand all year round to cope with tourists who want to take advantage of the sheer beauty of this area and all it offers.
Tired from walking, visitors will find the village of Trefin as well as the Catherdral City of St David's which is just 15 minutes away a treasure trove of memorabilia. Trefin, famous for its old mill, Melin Trefin, is a beautiful historical village right in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and a bed and breakfast in Trefin offers all the convenience and comfort in a most tranquil and restorative setting. It is well positioned to enjoy all the benefits of a tiny and peaceful getaway while being close enough to reach the city of St David's where you can participate in all the coastal activities you can dream of.
Swim in the Sea or Enjoy a Relaxed Meal
Visitors to St David will be able to enjoy the Cathedral with its 'thirty nine steps'. Try and schedule your visit to coincide with the wonderful organ festival which is held at the end of the May. The Cathedral Close has got some fascinating and well maintained gardens and buildings. There are also plenty of fabulous shopping opportunities in St Davids; and you will be able to pick up anything from trendy jewellery and handbags, to cookware, surfing and sport equipment, shoes and much more. There are heaps of opportunities to take a break too from shopping where you can enjoy decadent teas, fish and chip bistros, freshly made sandwiches and baguettes, or bar menus.
Other great attractions to see while staying at Segrwyd b&b are Whitesands Beach, a picture-postcard beach known for its great water sport opportunities. Solva is an exquisite little village with four pubs and a harbour and spectacular views from a cliff known as The Gribin. There are fantastic boat trips to Ramsey Island which is well known for its colonies of birds. St Davids Lifeboat Station at St Justinian is well worth a visit to find out about the bravery of lifeboat men who risked their lives to save people from the perils of the sea. Of course, this is just the tip of the iceberg of all there is to see and do in this area, which is fast becoming one of the world's top tourist destinations.
Pembrokeshire Coast an Awe-Inspiring Location
Segrwyd is a luxury Trefin Bed & Breakfast; a perfect retreat, magnificently located in close proximity to a dazzling array of things to see and do. Whether you are opting for an overnight stay, a short break or something longer, this private bed and breakfast is a great place to simply find a favourite spot and chill, soak up the exquisite views or indulge in any one of the great attractions and activities that Pembrokeshire is so well known for.