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Ffynnon Gron is a wonderful, large and very comfortable house just great for a large family get together. All very clean and very comfortably furnished with everything we needed. We cooked a lot of large meals and we had everything we needed to do that We would definitely stay again, and I have already recommended it to friends It has all the facilities you need for a wonderful holiday. I can fully recommend it as a beautiful place to stay. . Wall June 2017
FfyHouse was as expected with regards to marketing. It was immaculately presented Everyone was very very happy with beds and linen, we had quite a few friends dropping in and out, staying 1 or 2 nights. Apart from a few things missing in the kitchen 16 of us had a wonderful week in this great house – loads to do and nothing to do: perfect! McClure - June 2017
We couldn’t have asked for more – everything was great. Thank you!!! Premier - June 2016
We had a fantastic time at Ffynnon Gron - it was superb accommodation and lovely to have most of our family together Hope - June 2016
We had a great week in your beautiful home - perfect. We would certainly recommend Ffynnon Gron to friends and definitely consider booking again. Thank you. And just so your guests know, it is better value to buy wetsuits than to rent, especially over more than 3 hires! Millar - June 2015
Where do we begin? And, where do we begin to say 'thank you' for sharing your wonderful house with our friends and family, to say what an amazing time we all had, to say we have so many memories including the cows mooing!! We arrived sun was shining and the garden looked so beautiful. We met Debbie who arrived shortly after and who was lovely and is a very efficient manager.   It was so exciting going from room to room especially as I had studied the floorplans and picture gallery for so long. The bed rooming plan was soon confirmed and everyone was delighted with their allocation. We cooked so many meals that I cannot being to remember what we ate, but I can tell you that we all fell in love with the Aga.   I couldnt believe my eyes in the morning when I saw the cows going by at around 6am..(we were on the ground floor so had the curtains open)...What a delight. What a delight sitting around that dining room table. And, what fun we had. We ate and drank and danced to some music. On Saturday it poured with rain but Tony's girls (all 3) had plotted a Russell Games competition with food tasting and a treasure hunt. We hunted around for bird feathers, cones and all sorts of things which we had to go out to find. The day passed quickly, despite the rain, and Olly, Emilie's boyfriend, won the cup which had been purchased and engraved.  So much laughter and some cheating. On Sunday, Ian your local postie, agreed to come along to us for a short time to show us his Harris Hawks.  We had surprised everyone and our grandson Owen said, "Are those Harris Hawks?", and Ian said, "My, how did you know that?", to which Owen replied, "Well I do read a lot about animals." What a lovely man Ian is and how delightful he was with everyone especially me and the children. Our friends arrived late Sunday afternoon.....Chris and Alan and Alison and Nigel. Chris and Alan's son was in the area with his finance so they came over and we all had champagne and wine and sat in the garden until it got a little cool.  And, the fire was duly lit. Stephen, and Alan had brought their guitars down to play and so Nigel decided to go to the local charity shop to buy a second hand one...when he couldn't find one he decided to buy a new one from the music shop and so Wednesday evening was spent "Bye bye Miss American Pie".....and we all sung various oldies. On Thursday morning Alison and Nigel went home and we were down to six which actually was rather nice. Emma and Stephen went walking and we sat in the garden with the sun shining reading and chatting before going out to St Davids for a boat trip to see some sea birds and the trip was fab.   We also loved Tenby which we visited on Monday while the boys played golf. So many memories.....laughter .....we cannot tell you. This is a lovely farmhouse with everything you can possibly need. The grounds are quite beautiful. Russell - June 2015
Thanks for this. We enjoyed our stay at Ffynnon Gron immensely and all of us thought the house and facilities were superb – there really was nothing to fault in the whole set-up. The only slight problem was the weather but I can’t blame anyone for that! Julian Morrow - June 2012


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Croeso - a very warm and friendly welcome to beautiful Pembrokeshire. The county's Welsh name is Penfro meaning Land's End are literally on the edge of Britain! Ffynnon Gron is situated just 5 miles from the famous 186 mile Pembrokeshire coast path with 58 beaches along the way.

Address: Ffynnon Gron, Hayscastle, Pembrokeshire SA62 5QD
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