Tegfan House (map - opens in new window) is in the small village of Llawhaden, just north of Narberth in the heart of Pembrokeshire. The village is just outside the boundary of the Pembrokeshire National Park as it follows the Cleddau river inland round its ancient woodlands and tidal creeks.
Close to Oakwood and Bluestone. Narberth is within easy reach and the county town of Haverfordwest is only 8 miles away.
Llawhaden is an ancient village in the heart of west wales that was once on the Landsker line, the border between the Welsh north of the county and the English south; the impressive ruins of Llawhaden castle dominate the village.