Tŷ Melin
An exclusive B&B in the heart of Pembrokeshire
Tŷ Melin B&B - exclusive Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the heart of Pembrokeshire
Tŷ Melin B&B - exclusive Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the heart of Pembrokeshire
 If you're looking for  a tranquil break in beautiful Welsh countryside, yet close to all amenities, and want to be spoiled in a warm and friendly Pembrokeshire home, Tŷ Melin B&B is the right choice for you.
Tŷ Melin is a small, exclusive Bed and Breakfast in the quiet village of Cosheston, right in the heart of South Pembrokeshire. We have three luxurious bedrooms, two are en-suite and one has it's own private bathroom. We also offer guests a peaceful seating/reading area.​

We were recently awarded 4 stars from Visit Wales 
and achieved an average of 9.9 out of 10 from booking.com reviews in 2016

-  Our B&B is located in a quiet, picturesque village but close to main tourist centres
- We pride ourselves on using locally-sourced farm produce for our Welsh breakfasts
- Perfect for exploring Pembrokeshire's world-famous beaches, costal path and spectacular castles
- Ideal for walkers and cyclists with many circular routes in the local area
- 10 minutes drive to the Irish ferry terminal​​          

Some feedback from our recent guests...

“The best bed and breakfast in Pembrokeshire”

“Amazing short break at Tŷ Melin”

“B&Bs of the world beware!”

“Wow... What a little gem”

“You don't have to stay at a castle to feel like a queen!”

Read more on our Tripadvisor page

The Local Area

Cosheston is a pretty little village, away from the hustle and bustle of the main tourist centres, and the stunning beaches of Freshwater West and Broadhaven South are 15 minutes drive away, The attractive seaside towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot are also a short drive away, a long with the spectacular Pembroke and Carew castles and the activity theme parks Oakwood and Heatherton. If it's brisk beach strolls or countryside cycling you're after, we can recommend all the best walking or biking routes to suit you.

Explore some places of interest in the links and image gallery below...

The Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
The Stackpole Estate

​​Places to eat

The Brewery Inn is a great country pub in Cosheston village serving “proper pub food with a dash of panache” and great ales in a traditional environment. They welcome families and well-behaved dogs and we can highly recommend it as one of the best pubs in Pembrokeshire. You will not be disappointed.   

The Ferry Inn is  a well established bar and restaurant and has been under new management since April 2011. It offers a cosy and comfortable experience and tasty meals using fresh Pembrokeshire produce. Fish is always good!
Carew Inn is one of Wales’s best kept secrets. Mandy & Rob Scourfield have recently celebrated 25 years in the family run pub and  are open all day throughout the summer and serve food lunchtimes and evenings. They offer traditional pub fayre with a modern twist in four separate dining rooms.  

Y Cerrig Glas is perfectly located next to the historic Pembroke Dock offering a fantastic menu with lots of choice, including all your pub favourites. All of their menu main courses and specials are Two for One! They also have a great children's menu and play area.  Excellent “value for money” pub/restaurant!
Other Restaurants you might like to try:
·      The Stackpole Inn , Stackpole 
·      The Old Kings Arms , Pembroke
·      The Watermans Arms, Pembroke 
·      The St. Govans Inn , Bosherston  


[email protected]
+44 (0) 1646 681674
Tŷ Melin 
2, Michael's Walk,
SA72 4UR

Read our Access Statement

Tŷ Melin Bed & Breakfast is located in Cosheston village, half a mile off the Main A477 Trunk Road from Pembroke Dock to St. Clears/Carmarthen. The turning to the village is well sign posted off the A477 2.5 miles from Pembroke Dock.
If coming from the east follow the A477 Trunk road passing through Milton and the turning to Pembroke; a mile after this turning you will see the COSHESTON sign off to the right.
If coming from the west (Ferry Terminal, Pembroke Dock), follow signs for A477 St. Clears/Carmarthen. After approximately 2.5 miles take the left turn junction to COSHESTON.
After leaving the A477, follow the road for a further half a mile, over a stone bridge and up the hill. At the crossroads turn right (following signs for The Brewery Inn and Upton Castle). After 300 metres you will see the Brewery Inn; our B&B is opposite the Inn, turn left into Michael’s Walk; we are the first house on the left.