This substantial period farmhouse overlooks the golden sands of Whitesands Beach out to Ramsey Island and the Atlantic beyond - one of the most memorable views in Pembrokeshire.
With its white Pembrokeshire grouted roof, this iconic holiday cottage provides an idyllic base from which to sample the delights of the beautiful St Davids Peninsula: Whitesands Beach is 200 metres away, together with the famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path; a 9 hole links Golf Course is on the other side of the valley; and St Davids is only a couple of miles away.
This is also a house with history - according to local legend St Non (mother of St David) lived here, and St David (Patron Saint of Wales) was educated here by St Paulinus in the 6th century. The same family have owned the property for more than 400 years.
Ty Gwyn was included (12th) in the top 50 "Cottages, Beach Houses & Rural Retreats" in the UK, selected by The Times Travel in January 2013; and was also nominated by The Times in 2012 as 5th (out of 10) of the "Most Wanted" holiday cottages in Britain. Added to this, Whitesands was chosen as BBC Countryfile's "Best Beach" in 2014-15.