Trefin is an attractive little village perched on the cliff tops between the bays of Aberfelin and Abercastle.
Set within walking distance of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, this village with it’s facilities including a craft shop and café and a friendly pub restaurant which has a children’s room and garden, allows visitors to relax in the best of both coast and countryside- there is even a bus service – who needs the car!
The attractive inlet of Abercastle is 5 minutes away by car and other nearby attractions include Tregwynt Woollen Mill, the popular, historic harbour of Porthgain and Strumble Head with bird observatory and lighthouse. The scenic Gwaun Valley and the tiny Cathedral City of St Davids with its shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants are also within easy reach.
Flower filled lanes and trackways lead you out of the village and onto the coast path and down to the beautiful Aberferlin Bay with its sand and shingle beach and natural arch a frequent haunt of seals.
With Abercastle and Abermawr to the north and Abereiddy and the fishing village of Porthgain to the south, there are plenty of coves and beaches waiting to be explored.
This wonderful part of Pembrokeshire will have you wanting to come back for more!
The Ship Inn is a typical country pub which boasts a wide range of local produce in its menus. With fresh local seafood such as crab, pollock and lobster from Solva and Abercastle, this is a must-visit for any seafood fans. They also offer a selection of real ales, plus some Welsh ciders such as Gwynt Y Ddraig.