Ffynnonofi is a coastal farm looking out over the Irish Sea in the Pembrokeshire
Coast National Park. The cottages are surrounded by our farmland offering seclusion
and acres of space. There are sheep and welsh mountain ponies in the fields. it's
only a few minutes walk to it's own beach, Cwm Gywllog, and the famous Pembrokeshire
Coastal Path. The views over the sea are stunning, which is why John Huston used
the farm as a location for the filming of the 1956 Hollywood film, Moby Dick. There
are also great views up to the Preseli Hills which are in walking distance.
The farm is owned and run by Mike and Aradhana and family who are slowly converting
the site into a sustainable ‘retreat’. There are two holiday cottages, The Stables
and The Coach House, although the Farmhouse is also available for certain weeks
of the year. I'm afraid we don't allow guests to bring dogs, however well behaved,
because of the lambs, ponies and old welsh blankets! Sorry.