About the neighbourhood
Trefin is a small village. The bay Aberfelin is within eight minutes walk from Brynteg (leave cottage and turn left). It is rugged and typical of the north Pembrokeshire coast, but there are many sandy beaches within easy reach of Trefin. The village has an inn, tea rooms and craft centre. Trefin is a place for those who are desirous of escaping from the rush and roar of city life to perfect peace, quietness and tranquillity. It is for those people who wish to be away from the everlasting sound of passing traffic, who wish nothing more than to relax, sunbathe on any choice of beaches, swim, walk the cliff top paths, watch the endless number of birds, spot seals, identify the countless wild flowers, or fish from the tiny walled harbour of Porthgain.
The ‘Strumble Shuttle’ coastal bus service (404) runs between Fishguard and St Davids, stopping at Goodwick, Pontiago, Strumble Head, Trefasser Cross, St Nicholas, Tregwynt, Mathry, Abercastle, Trefin, Llanrhian, Porthgain, Abereiddi and St Davids. This is a hail and ride service with three services to Fishguard and three services to St Davids.
Service T11 runs through the village with several services to Fishguard and and St Davids / Haverfordwest. (Operated by Richards Brothers). There are connecting services from Fishguard to Cardigan and beyond.