St Davids, Pembrokeshire
Tretio Cottages are situated just outside of St Davids in the heart of the magnificent Pembrokeshire Coat National Park. We have good access to the wonderful Pembrokeshire Coast Path and beautiful sandy beaches.
YsugborYsgubor (Welsh for ‘barn’) sleeps four (plus cot) in two bedrooms; a double bed on the first floor and a twin bedroom on the ground floor. A wet room with additional hand rails is also on the ground floor.
Ty GwarthegTy Gwartheg (Welsh for ‘cattle house’) sleeps six (plus 2 cots) in three bedrooms; one twin bedded room with en suite bathroom on the first floor plus one double and one twin bedded room on the ground floor.
Y FelinY Felin (Welsh for ‘the mill’) sleeps 4 (plus cot) in two bedrooms; a charming double-room with a king size bed and en-suite shower room and a spacious twin bedded room and family bathroom, with overhead shower on the ground floor.
Bwthyn BachBwthyn Bach (Welsh for ‘small cottage) sleeps 2 (plus cot) in a king size bedroom on the first floor.
Local AreaThe charming and secluded hamlet of Tretio is the perfect choice for holiday accommodation in Pembrokeshire, just 3 miles north of the bustling centre of St Davids and close to the natural terrain of the stunning Pembrokeshire coast, its sandy beaches and coves, rugged coastline and historic remains.
As a county we are proud to have hosted two Red Bull Cliff Diving World Championships at The Blue Lagoon, Abereiddy and regularly host high profile events such as Ironman Wales in Tenby, Fish Week (county wide), St David’s Music Festival & The Really Wild Festival.
St Davids, known on the map as the UK’s smallest city and for its magnificent cathedral with adjoining remains of the Bishop’s Palace draws returning visitors each year.
The county is a haven for cyclists, walkers, outdoor adventurers, photographers and artists, all seeking their own piece of Pembrokeshire magic. First-time visitors are generally in awe of the area’s prettiest and most dramatic landscapes as well as its impromptu micro climate. We can’t think of a better place to live than Tretio and in preparation for your stay with us, we firmly believe there’s no such thing as bad weather in Pembrokeshire, only a poor choice of clothes!
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Rates: £250 to £1050 per week depending on season & unit.
Maximum of 6 people.
Children are welcome.
Pets are allowed by arrangement.
Disabled facilities - please enquire for details.
Off street parking.
Wi-Fi/ internet access.
5 Star Visit Wales.
Please note that map locations may be approximate.
Some of the Amenities available are:Disabled Facilities
Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
Open / Log / Gas Fire
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Call the owner, Robert John on 01437 720269 or, send an email below.