coastal path overlooking Solva  Sunset at Broad Haven  St David's Cathedral

Farm accommodation Pembrokeshire ~ Bed and breakfast on our farm

The map below shows the location of Barley Villa Bed and Breakfast in relation to St Davids, Haverfordwest, Milford Haven, Pembroke/Pembroke Dock and Martin's Haven to the west of Marloes for your trip to Skomer.

You can use the controls on the map to zoom in or out, or to pan in different directions - and if you get lost doing this just re-load the page to get back to the original location.


Pembrokeshire, a small County in South West Wales offering restful countryside holidays with a beautiful coastline and fantastic beaches, where the pace of life is slower and perfect for resting body and soul!

Experience farm accommodation on a Pembrokeshire Farm whilst staying at the Barley Villa Farm House. Our location is ideal for you experience a host of activities and interests. Some of the activities include walking the coast path in the Pembrokeshire National Park (and there are 186 miles of it); cycling; horse riding; boating; fishing; visiting castles, country houses and gardens or just relaxing on our fantastic beaches.

We can book activities in advance and organize bicycle hire if required

We are just 6 miles West of the old market town of Haverfordwest and 5 miles from the old fishing Port of Milford Haven, now a modern marina.

To our West lies the sailing village of Dale and nearby are the local sandy bays of Broad Haven, Little Haven, Newgale, Sandy Haven and Marloes Sands. We are about halfway along the 186-mile coastal path renowned for its spectacular views and beaches and on route for visiting offshore Islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm famous for their Gannets, Manx Shearwaters and popular Puffins that nest on Skomer during the Summer months.

To our North lies Solva and St David's, the smallest city in Great Britain, with its magnificent Cathedral and Bishops Palace and is very popular with our visitors. To the South lies Tenby and Caldey Island, Pembroke, Manorbier and the Bosherston Lily ponds.