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This lovely village is surrounded by the beautiful and scenic coast line as well as the fantastic countryside. It really is the best of both worlds. Llanrhian has an ancient church which is dedicated to St Rhian and is Grade II listed.

Explore the nearby Porthgain, a popular tourist centre due to a great pub, a super cafe restaurant and excellent art galleries. A robustly-built harbour wall curves around to protect the narrow rocky inlet where fishing boats bob on the rising tide. The harbour is sandy-bottomed, and one of Pembrokeshire’s finest beaches lies just over the headland at Traeth llyfn, which is owned by the National Trust and enclosed by high cliffs, with steps leading down to the sand.

The cathedral city of St. Davids is only 6 miles from the village, and the ferry port of Fishguard, gateway to Southern Ireland is only 10 minutes away.


Our favourite things to do in Llanrhian

  • Explore the coastal charm of Llanrhian.
  • Visit the historic St. Rhian’s Church.
  • Enjoy walks along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
  • Discover nearby beaches and coastal viewpoints.
  • Experience the local hospitality in nearby pubs.

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