|Welcome to Hafod Grove House; a large, self-catering Coast and Country House that enjoys a tranquil and picturesque setting within the beautiful Pembrokeshire National Park. Comfortably accommodating 18 guests + cots in Hafod Grove House and a further 8 in the cottage; Hafod Villa (which can be joined internally). this historical, gentleman's residence affords gorgeous countryside and sea views from the front bedrooms and the delightful garden which extend to almost 2 acres of private grounds. There is off road parking for 6 cars.
Offering Spacious and Comfortable Accommodation Hafod Grove House enjoys a delightful coastal location, within walking distance of the sea at the famous beauty spot of, Ceibwr Bay.
Close by there are fabulous sandy beaches; Poppit Sands, Newport Traeth with rock pools, caves and vast expanses of sand with safe bathing and easy vehicular access. There are numerous sports and activities available, sites to see and places to visit and many picturesque pubs, bars and restaurants to sample.
Located between the bustling market town of Cardigan with its Castle, shops, theatre, gallery bars and restaurants, and the quaint Village of Newport with its Boat and Golf Club both open to visitors (have lunch with a fabulous view across Newport Bay from the golf club), art galleries, pubs and cafes.
Enjoying a beautiful setting with huge private gardens, Hafod Grove offers 7 bedrooms in the main House and a further 3 bedrooms in Hafod Villa next door.
The World famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path can be seen from the upper windows. Ceibwr Bay offers dramatic cliff top views and stunning rock formations. From these cliffs there are frequent sitings of dolphins, seals, porpoises and basking sharks, and even whales and turtles at times. Locally are numerous delightful walks with the glorious Preseli Hills and Gwaun Valley offering varied and delightful scenery.
The delightfully picturesque village of Nevern just a mile or so away and pop into the churchyard and see the Bleeding Yew and Celtic Cross and then have a good pub lunch in the Trewern Arms. For the adventurous there are numerous sports and activities locally such as walking and cycling locally and along the beautiful Gwaun Valley (stop at Bessies famous pub for a jug of beer) or horse riding, mountain biking or walking over the Preselis, walk part of the coastal path from Ceibwr to Newport totally gorgeous or go for a beach ride on Newport Sands. For the more adventurous there are activity centres for diving, coasteering rock climbing, wind surfing, hang gliding etc.
For the children how about own a pony day at Yet Wen Riding Stables (book early) at Brynberian half a mile up the hill you can visit Pentre Ifan the pre-historic burial chamber. There are several local castles to explore including Cardigan and Kilgerran both with visitors centres and cafes, St. Dogmaels Priory with its watermill, duck pond and cafe selling homemade produce, its new visitors centre and outdoor theatre in summer, Castell Henllys the iron age fort as seen on tv, The Shire Horse Farm and Cardigan Island Farm, the Mwldan theatre at Cardigan with its live shows, gallery, cinema and cafe. A more commercial fun day out can be had about 45mins away with a visit to Oakwood Theme Park or for younger children: Folly Farm. How about a day trip to Ireland from nearby Fishguard Harbour with its Aquarium and busy little town quite a favourite with artists.
With frequent sitings of the rare red kite flying over the grounds of the house and the numbers and variety of birds in the are especially along the coastline and at the estuaries of the Rivers Nevern and Teifi the area is a Twitchers Delight! The abundance of wildlife both flora and fauna makes this location a delight for nature-lovers, artists, and the highly stressed! There is excellent trout and salmon fishing to be had further up the Teifi at Cenarth. You can also hire canoes and Kayaks at Kilgerran.. In Autumn our local Ceibwr Bay becomes a nursery for seal pups and you would be very unlucky not to see these delightful animals from the cliffs best not to get too near because mum may not like it though! The rock formations at Ceibwr are stunning and it is considered a real beauty spot. Located within just 7 miles of the three counties of Cardiganshire, Camarthanshire and Pembrokeshire Hafod Grove makes an ideal touring base with just so much on offer to explore. The numerous galleries, craft trails, horticultural and agricultural shows, antiques fairs, exhibitions and events for all ages