The farm is ideally located for beautiful walks, either down to the sea and along the coastal path or through ancient woods like at Aberforest (above) and Tycanol woods.
Fynnonofi is a coastal farm in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, between Dinas Island and Aberbach Beach. Surrounded by 80 acres of it's own farmland, it is secluded, private and is only a few minutes walk to it's own beach, Cwm Gwyllog.
The farm is owned and run by Aradhana and Mike Perry and family who are slowly converting the farm into a rustic retreat.
It's a great place for walkers, family holidays and location shoots. The views over the Irish Sea are wonderful, which is probably why John Huston used the farm as a location for the Hollywood movie, Moby Dick, back in 1956.
There are two holiday cottages. The Stables, which sleeps five, is a long white washed stone barn with panoramic views across the sea. The Coach House, which sleeps two, is a rustic stone cottage with views up The Preseli Hills.
In the summer the fields are alive with spring lambs and welsh mountain ponnies.
Ffynnonofi is ideally situated to explore the stunning north Pembrokeshire coastline and the Preseli Hills, simply start walking from the farm.
Newport Town is just 3 miles away, Dinas village a mile away and there are pubs in walking distance from the farm, including the Old Sailors which is a 15 minutes walk down the coastal path.