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Tan Y Bryn

Location and atmosphere

Tan Y Bryn is a two hectare organic smallholding in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The traditional stone farm cottage with an adjoining converted barn is situated in a tranquil valley with ancient woodlands, dolmens and standing stones. Mansel and Caroline have an established organic vegetable garden and orchard and they use their own springwater.


The traditional stone cottage and barn can be rented by two persons (barn only; not in July or August) or eight persons (cottage + barn). In the barn you find a large light kitchen and living room leading into a conservatory. In the cottage there is also a smaller lounge containing a tv, a piano, an inglenook and an open fireplace. Both rooms have exposed wooden beams. There are five snug cottage bedrooms and bathrooms upstairs and downstairs. Furnishings are in a simple country style and there is central heating. A utility room contains a freezer and washing machine (ecological washing products are provided). A stone flagged grassy area outside provides spectacular views of the Preseli Hills.

Surroundings and activities

Tan Y Bryn provides an ideal base for exploration, situated only 4 miles from the breathtaking Pembrokeshire coastline. Over 180 miles of coastal footpaths with many seebirds to be seen. Sandy beaches for swimming and water sports. Near the cottage are ancient oak woodlands and many prehistoric sites; the Preseli Hills are excellent for walking and riding (horses for rent nearby).

General information

Opening times accommodation24-03 t/m 06-10ReservationNecessary during whole year

Languages spoken


Selfcatering housingunit

Number of persons8Number of holiday units1Please bring your own bed linenPlease bring your own towelsPrice smallest unit per week£ 325 per unitPrice largest unit per week£ 895 per unit



Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)

Bicycles for rent

Marked trails

Guided nature tours




Indoor swimming pool

Landscape characteristics

Farm production

Horticulture, Fruticulture

Route description

Nearest cityHaferfordwestNearest villageBrynberian