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Star of the TV show 'A Pembrokeshire Farm', this lovely coastal farmhouse was renovated by Griff Rhys Jones to create a desirable getaway which charmingly combines traditional features with modern updates.

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Rooms: Sleeps 5: 1 master double, 1 twin, 1 single

From £419.00 7 nights up to:892.00 (based on two staying)

Meals: Self-catering
Open: Year round
Address: Strumble Head Farmhouse, Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park,
Tel: 0844 5005 101 (local call rate)

Why we've chosen Strumble Head Farmhouse

If this delightful farmhouse looks familiar, that’s because Griff Rhys Jones undertook its renovation on the BBC series ‘A Pembrokeshire Farm’, transforming it into a welcoming, and above all, sustainable holiday cottage. The Observer named it in their Top 15 Green Places to Stay in the UK, and countless guests have left glowing reviews. The interior is of the highest quality and is both contemporary and comfortable. The cottage is only a mile inland, affording it stunning views towards the famous Pembrokeshire coast. Originally built in the 1830s, this delightful farmhouse has been given a new lease of life and is now a brilliant getaway destination from which to explore the wonderful Welsh coast.


  • Centrally-heated throughout via underfloor heating and virtually carbon-neutral heating 
  • Kitchen with Bosch dishwasher, microwave, oven etc.
  • Traditional dining room with antique furnishings
  • Parlour sitting room with open log fire, Small digital LCD TV & DVD.
  • Single bedroom on ground floor, also doubles as study.
  • Small shower room and toilet on ground floor.
  • Spacious master bedroom with double bed and attractive coffered ceiling.
  • Twin bedroom with Victorian grate.
  • Large family bathroom (converted from what was a double bedroom). Bath.
  • Small utility area with washing machine and dryer to first floor.
  • Small enclosed front garden
  • Large rear garden shared with Trehilyn Isaf
  • 70 acres of farmland

Top eco features at Strumble Head Farmhouse

  • Recycled woodchip central heating - virtually carbon neutral

  • Only lime so breathable walls (no cement used)

  • Only natural paints (no modern, toxic paints anywhere)

  • Welsh sheepswool insulation (not fibreglass etc)

  • Locally sourced materials (eg new Welsh slates etc)

  • Private drainage

  • Low-flush toilets



Strumble Head Farmhouse, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Nearest train station: Fishguard

Directions from station:
There is a Strumble Shuttle (404) from Fishguard which stops fairly nearby (Google 'Strumble shuttle' for timetables), and there are a few trains a day to Fishguard & Goodwick Station.

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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