Treginnis Holiday Cottages – Ty Mortimer

Come and stay at Ty Mortimer holiday cottage at Treginnis Uchaf Farm.  Situated just west of St Davids, this traditional farm cottage is located just a few minutes from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and Porthllisky beach.

This traditional self-catering cottage is on the National Trust organic working sheep farm of Treginnis Uchaf Farm.  Ty Mortimer retains the character of a stone-built cottage but benefits from luxury modern comforts such as Wifi and Freeview TV.  Ty Mortimer is sumptuously decorated with an authentic country cottage feel.

The cottage has a fully equipped modern kitchen and dining area, allowing for meals around a large farmhouse table, and a useful utility room. There’s also a cosy sitting room downstairs with comfy sofas and beautiful Melin Tregwynt cushions.

Being so close to the coastal path means you can easily enjoy walking from Treginnis Uchaf Farm to the Treginnis peninsula. Look out over the dynamic Ramsey Sound and towards Ramsey Island. Watch porpoises, choughs, peregrines, otters, seals and a variety of sea birds. This is a unique spot, so take a picnic, binoculars and stroll the coastal path, enjoying the breathtaking scenery. For the more adventurous, why not try abseiling the cliffs or kayaking the coastal waters? Give coasteering company TYF a call to do this safely!

Finally, what could be better after a day’s walking the magnificent coastal path than coming back to your snug cottage at Treginnis Uchaf Farm to enjoy a barbecue, a glass of wine and view the magnificent sunsets.



Treginnis Holiday Cottages – Ty Mortimer
Ty Mortimer
St Davids
SA62 6RS


T: 07791903221


Dog friendly: No



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