Welcome to Hafod Grove, a gorgeous Georgian Mansion House, offering spacious and good quality accommodation with 7 or 10 bedrooms and sleeping from 12 to 24 guests. Hafod Grove House enjoys an idyllic location with rural and distant sea views and there are over an acre of private grounds and a private access drive. Sleeping 18 + in 7 bedrooms, this can be supplemented by the addition of Hafod Villa (3 bedrooms sleeping 6) the delightful cottage next door. Hafod Villa also has its own huge private garden of over half an acre and access drive so there is no intrusion on either property. They are adjoined by simply opening a 7' high gate.
With open fires and a snooker table both properties are extremely popular and we have many guests who return year after year. You can walk to the sea at beautiful Ceibwr Bay our local beauty spot which is just over a mile from the House. You can at that point join the World Famous Pembrokeshire Coastal path with breathtaking sea views and stunning rock formations. You will usually see some rare and unusual animals such as basking sharks, dolphins, seals and even whales and turtles at times.
There are two fabulous safe, sandy beaches nearby with numerous rockpools and caves to explore. The house is ideal for family holidays, and friendly get togethers.
Hafod Grove is perfect for large groups who enjoy outdoor sports and activities as we have discounts with several local Activity Centres which offer clay pigeon shooting, coasteering, canoeing etc. There is also golf and horseriding, fishing and numerous other activities within 5 miles of the House. However perhaps you would prefer to stay in front of the open fire and watch Sky Sports or a good film!
Hafod Grove is frequently used to celebrate that special occasion and it's the perfect venue both in and outside the House for numerous guests to mingle and enjoy a barbeque or picnic or buffet or sit-down meal in the large farmhouse kitchen.
With castles, historical sites, galleries and art centres locally, days out should include a trip to St. Davids or Oakwood theme park, Folly farm for the little ones and Aberaeron the quaint Georgian town north of the House in Cardiganshire.