Important Information: We are no longer taking bookings for holidays before 1st June 2020. Learn More
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 01437 765 765

Llanrhian Holiday Cottages

Advanced Search
View on Map
Is your holiday more than 10 weeks away? Book with just a 30% deposit today.
  • Cottages
  • Attractions
  • Beaches
  • Food
  • Drink
  • Historic

Explore Llanrhian

Llanrhian is a small village near the coast, just south of Porthgain. The village is located close to many of Pembrokeshire’s most beautiful beaches and offers some stunning views over the countryside and coast - nothing beats watching the sunset from here.

The community of Llanrhian includes the settlements of Llanhowell, Croesgoch, Portheiddy and Porthgain. Our Llanrhian holiday cottages are within walking distance of a range of historic and fascinating buildings; the ancient church is dedicated to St Rhian and is Grade II listed, whilst both the old school and the local farm cottages were built in 1769 and still stand proudly today. Llanrhian is also noted for its stone watermill named Melin Llanrhian, which is now a converted private cottage.

The village is ideally positioned for exploring the many beaches and coves nearby, and the popular Sloop Inn is less than 1.5 miles away in Porthgain, where you can sample the fresh fish that the local fishermen bring in. Alternatively, continue along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and explore the other pretty fishing villages that punctuate this beautiful stretch of land.

Traeth Llyfn beach, one of Pembrokeshire’s finest, lies just beyond the headland; it is surrounded by cliffs and benefits from having steps that lead down to the golden sand and rock pools. Exploring this glorious beach is a must for visitors. The nearby village of Trefin (which has a popular village pub) also lies along the coast and is right next to Aberfelin beach, whilst in the other direction you will find Abereiddy beach which, with its black sand and famous Blue Lagoon, is ideal for swimming, coasteering and kayaking.

The tiny city of St Davids is only a 10-minute drive away and boasts an excellent range of shops, pubs and restaurants – and, of course, the well-known Cathedral and Bishops Palace are well worth a visit, too. The more energetic, meanwhile, may wish to sample the water sports on offer at Whitesands beach, which is popular with surfers all year round.

Basing your getaway at one of our holiday cottages in Llanrhian will introduce you to a piece of Pembrokeshire paradise that will let you truly escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

A bite to eat at The Meadow, St Davids
A bite to eat at The Meadow, St Davids

The Meadow is a coastal cafe in St Davids, Pembrokeshire, inspiring health and happiness through simple, wholesome food and great coffee

Our Top 5 Woof Friendly Beaches and Pubs
Our Top 5 Woof Friendly Beaches and Pubs

It’s been tough, but we have just about managed to narrow down our top 5 Dog Friendly Pembrokeshire Beaches.

Pembrokeshire's Unmissable Christmas Events
Pembrokeshire's Unmissable Christmas Events

Welcome the festive season with one of our county's fun-packed Christmas events.

Inspire Me
Order a free brochure
Order a Coastal Cottages brochure - For cottage breaks in Wales

Our beautiful, free brochure is jam packed with everything you need to know for your next cottage holiday in Wales.

Order Brochure
Don't miss a thing...

Get our exclusive offers, news, late availability and Wales Cottage Holiday inspiration direct to your inbox with minimum fuss.

Newsletter Sign Up
© Coastal Cottages of Pembrokeshire. All Rights Reserved.


Find my holiday cottage

Hi there!

It looks like you're not logged in. In order to save things to your Favourites you need to be logged in.

Login Register