Tregroes is a great base for exploring the north Pembrokeshire coast.
The site is set in 6 acres on the outskirts of the twin towns of Fishguard and Goodwick. It is positioned with elevated views across the valley to Fishguard harbour.
Fishguard, with its pubs, shops, and restaurants, is an easy 1 mile walk. Bus connections to the coastal path are also available from Fishguard.
The site is set in quiet countryside, but it’s an easy drive off the A40 so that it is a great base for exploring north Pembrokeshires’ attractions and activities – with Dinas island, Newport Sands to the east and south to St Davids and west to Strumble Head.
Its closest sandy beach and the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National park with coastal walks is just a mile and a half away.
Tregroes is conveniently located for a stop over either side of a trip to Ireland – being the closest site to the port.
And for the adventurers, there is an array of activities close by, including canoe excursions, coasteering, climbing & horse riding.
Or… you might just decide to stay on base. The kids could run around in the ample space on site while you kick back and enjoy the splendid Pembrokeshire sunset and countryside views.
We are dog friendly – so your four legged friends don’t have to miss out on the family holiday.
Tregroes is open from Easter to November each year and there is an onsite licensed restaurant – Tregroes Pantry – for breakfasts and evening meals.
The "Tregroes" team
Toasting marshmallows on the open fire
Sunrise from Goodwick