Erw-Lon Farmhouse is a lovely peaceful working farm of beef and sheep set in the Pembrokeshire National Park at the foot of the Preseli Hills at Pontfaen near Fishguard.
Our bed & breakfast overlooks the beautiful, wooded Gwaun Valley where the river Gwaun tumbles prettily along to meet the spectacular Pembrokeshire coastline and majestic Red Kites and Buzzards are often to be seen swooping and gliding above the farmhouse, delighting our guests as they relax in our lovingly tended garden.
We have 3 en-suite bedrooms at the B&B, 2 doubles and 1 twin. All have colour television, clock/radio, shaving points, and tea/coffee making facilities.
Erw-Lon is set in the Pembrokeshire National Park at the foot of the Preseli Hills and overlooking the beautiful, wooded Gwaun Valley. The seaside market town of Fishguard is less than 10 minutes drive away and from Fishguard Harbour you can travel to Southern Ireland on the fast vessel, Stena Express, in just over an hour and a half, or take a more leisurely cruise, watching for dolphins and other marine sights, on the Stena ferry.
The sandy beaches, tiny harbours and quiet coves of the North Pembrokeshire Coast are just a short drive away and the Cathedral City of St. Davids is just over half an hours traveling distance. For walkers and country lovers the Preseli Hillsare all around and the more active (or adventurous) can enjoy horse-riding, fishing,rock-climbing, dinghy sailing and many other pursuits.
There is so much to do in Pembrokeshire with theme parks for the family, historical attractions everywhere, village pubs where you can meet the locals and highly acclaimed restaurants. But overall the attraction of Pembrokeshire is the peace and quiet of its hills, valleys, tiny hamlets and country lanes and the majesty of its spectacular coast with high cliffs and sandy beaches.
Rates: From £55 for single room.
From £72 to £80 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Sorry, no pets.
Off street parking.
Dinner by prior arrangement.
5 Star Gold Visit Wales Award.
5 Star AA award 2017.