About Rectory Farm Bed & Breakfast

Farmhouse B&B situated in the quiet beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, in the village of Walwyns Castle. 

The farm and farmhouse was originally part of the Rectory, but was released from the church in 1898.

We have lived here since 1997 and have a small herd of Hereford cattle and a flock of Texel and Lleyn sheep.

In our front paddock we have a small lake usually inhabited by wild duck moorhens and a host of dragonflies, an ideal location to sit in the summer evenings enjoying a glass of wine.

We are also a certificated site with the camping and caravanning club.

At the end of the farm lane is situated Rosemoor Nature Reserve, where you can enjoy a peaceful walk around a large lake with its abundance of birds and flowers. 

Rectory Farm is a good base for experiencing the whole of the county, we are in a central location and only about 3 miles from the coast.

North is the tiny picturesque village of LITTLE HAVEN, and the sandy beach of BROAD HAVEN. Three miles south you will find the sheltered creek of SANDY HAVEN. 

A very special day out is a trip to SKOMER ISLAND, where from early summer you can stand just a few feet away from puffins, guillimots, cormorants and gannetts. The seals can be seen all year round.

If water sports are your passion the village of DALE is a sheltered harbour at the entrance to the MILFORD HAVEN estuary and is a favourite with windsurfers and yachtsmen.

For a meal in the evening the village of Little Haven has three outstanding pubs and a cafe. And there are many other  fine pubs within a short drive away.

Around Pembrokeshire you will find a host of activities to keep the children occupied, including a theme park, farm and wildlife parks, golf courses and riding centres.

ST DAVIDS to the north of the county is the smallest City in the country, and the Cathedral dedicated to St David the patron saint of Wales is a must see. Tenby and the South Pembrokeshire area is also only a thirty to forty minute drive away.