Porthllisky Farm Cottages

Enjoy Pembrokeshire from the comfort of a Porthllisky Cottage

All cottages are individual and fitted out to a 5 star standard, with oak and slate floors and log burners. Three of the cottages, Ramsey, Llisky and Boia (our disabled friendly cottage) surround a central courtyard, grassed and paved. It provides a safe, enclosed play area for small children.

The fourth – Ty Siencyn, is set some 100 yards away and is a 2 minute walk from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. All cottages have their own individual gardens. There is a large football playing area and children’s play area with slide, swing etc. A great favourite is the games room with complementary pool table, table-tennis and a plentiful supply of puzzles, games etc.

Sit-on top kayaks and bicycles are available thus enabling our guests to make the most of their stay in this particularly beautiful area of the St.Davids Peninsula.

For those who desire a greater physical challenge try coasteering with T-Y-F outdoor pursuit centre or take one of many available boat trips seeking out the wildlife, seabirds, porpoises and seals or fishing.

Alternatively walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and admire the breathtaking scenery and stunning carpets of wild flowers that blanket the headlands. Why not take a bicycle which are freely available to travel into St.Davids for a little culture in the medieval Cathedral, the Bishop’s Palace or visit one of the many galleries, quality gift shops and sample delicious dishes served up in one of the many restaurants.




Porthllisky Farm Cottages
Porthllisky Farm Cottages
SA62 6RR


T: 01437720377


Dog friendly: No



Travel restrictions in Wales have been lifted.


Mon 6th July. Visitor attractions reopen to day visitors.

Sat 11th July. Some types of self-contained holiday accommodation will reopen.

Mon 13th July. Pubs, restaurants and cafes with outside seating will reopen.

Some Coronavirus restrictions will remain in place so please understand that things may be slightly different. This is necessary to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, to protect our communities, the public and our health services