Welcome to Treflodan House
Holiday Home Sleeping 6 in three bedrooms – Solva, Pembrokeshire
This character beamed 18th century cottage is situated in the quiet hamlet of Whitchurch, Solva. On the edge of the old St David’s airfield nature reserve and only 4.5 miles from one of the best surfing beaches in Wales, it is ideal for walkers, birdwatchers, surfers and families just wanting to get away from it all. The picturesque harbour town of Solva (¾ of a mile) from the cottage offers a wide selection of cafes, restaurants and pubs.
The cottage remains snug all year round, courtesy of a Rayburn cooker, which provides central heating and plenty of hot water. There is also a wood burner in the sitting room for extra warmth.
The cottage is situated on the edge of the old St.David’s airfield which is now a Starling Sanctuary and Nature Reserve. The airfield itself is ideal for walking and links closely to the miles of coastal path which run around the entire St.Brides Bay peninsular.
The coastline is ideal for surfers and bodyboarder, with Newgale being one of the top surfing beaches in the UK, while Whitesands Bay is slightly more protected and ideal for families with young children. There are many more local beaches and a number of companies offering activities for all ages such as coasteering, rock climbing, sea canoeing, surfing lessons etc.
The wider area has many places of interest to visit such as Castell Henllys (Iron Age Fort), Carew Castle and Water Mill and the seaside town of Tenby.