A Little About Llanrhian...
Llanrhian is a small village near the coast, south of Porthgain village. This village is located near to some of Pembrokeshire’s most beautiful beaches and benefits from stunning views over the countryside to the coast, including the inlets of Porthgain and St Davids, nothing beats watching the sunset from here.
The community of Llanrhian includes the settlements of Llanhowell, Croesgoch, Porthwiddy and Porthgain.
Llanrhian has a range of historic and beautifully featured buildings; the church is dedicated to St Rhian and is grade II listed, in addition to this, both the old school and the local farm cottages were built in 1769 and still stand proudly.
Llanrhian is also noted for its stone watermill named Melin Llanrhian, which is now a converted private cottage.
The village is ideally positioned to explore the many beaches and coves nearby, the popular Sloop Inn is less than 1.5 miles away in Porthgain, sample the fresh fish that the local fishermen bring in or continue along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and explore the other pretty fishing villages sprung out along this beautiful stretch.
Traethllyfn beach, one of Pembrokeshire’s finest, lies just over the headland surrounded by cliffs, steps lean down to the sand and rock pools. Exploring this glorious beach is a must for visitors.
The pretty nearby village of Trefin with its popular village pub lies along the coast leading down to Aberfelin Beach, while in the other direction is Abereiddy Beach, with is black sand and famous Blue Lagoon, ideal for swimming, coasteering and kayaking.
The tiny city of St Davids is only a 10 minute drive away with its excellent shops, pubs and restaurants, the Cathedral and Bishops palace is well worth a visit or for the energetic sample the water sports on offer at Whitesands Beach popular with surfers, all year around.
Llanrhian is the ideal location to truly experience a piece of Pembrokeshire paradise and an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Places to visit in Llanrhian...