Things to do in Trevine, Pembrokeshire
Trevine is now spelt as Trefin which is the Welsh spelling. Pronounced "Treveen", Trefin is about 1 mile from the Square and Compass, which is on the Fishguard to St. Davids road, down towards the coast. It's a small village situated in Pembrokeshire National Park.
Trefin is very popular with walkers, as well as holidaymakers. However come prepared for the weather, as it can change rapidly and is more often windy when it's sunny. There are stunning views, so bring your camera.
There is a local pub that serves food all year round, a sub-post office and gallery, and a café which is open in the summer, although the local gallery serves award-winning food.
From local experience, we have people visiting from all around the world.
The people in the village are friendly, and many speak Welsh as well as English, there are a couple of hostels nearby, one in the village another about half a mile away and have been told they are both very good.
There are many holiday cottages for rent, as well as bed and breakfasts. There is a small pebbled beach.
An ancient mill is situated at Aberfelyn, where the mill-stones can still be seen.
Description by Nick Musselle