Aberfelin (also known as Aberdraw) is a picturesque cove just beyond Trefin village and next to the coast road between Porthgain and Abercastle.
The beach is small and intimate with shingle, sand and rockpools. Stunning cliffs shelter this tiny bay and make you feel that it is a secret bay all of your own.
The coastal path snakes round the cove and walkers could make use of the well placed picnic table just beside the ruined mill.
The mill is now a ruin but a very pretty one with the original millstone and window. It is immortalised in the Welsh poem “Melin Trefin” and was used to mill grain for the community for over 500 years until it closed in 1918. It makes for an excellent photographic opportunity nowadays.
Trefin’s village pub – The Ship is about 500 yards away, it serves locally caught fish in season and has a family room for children.
David Evans walked the Coastal Path and took some marvellous photographs as he did. This is the 3.5 miles between Abereiddy and Aberfelin and this is the 4.5 miles between Aberfelin and Abermawr.
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