If you’re travelling from away to enter ‘our wee little run’, then how about staying for a long weekend, or even better, a week!  There’s lots to see and do in this fantastic part of West Wales.

Below are places to stay in and around Maenclochog.

Bed and Breakfast;

Brynhaul,  Maenclochog. inc new camping area and the Hedgerow-hut self catering .

Twmpath, Maenclochog.

Gellifawr Hotel restaurant, and cottages, Gwaun Valley.

Golwg y fro, Tufton.  01437 532 379

The Cabin, Llys y Fran.

Dolau Isaf Farm, Mynachlogddu 01994 419327

Llysyfran Farm, Llysyfran  01437 532492

Erwlon, Gwaun Valley                  01348 881297

Stoneleigh, Clunderwen (11km from the start, but close to train station)  01437 563581


Rosebush Holiday Park, Rosebush (1 mile from the start) 01437 532 797

Tir Bach Farm Campsite, Llanycefn (2 miles from the start) 01437 532362

Dyfed Shire Horse Farm camp site (Available to message on Facebook). Is offering 33% off for all Preseli Beast runners! email on [email protected] or on 01239891107



Ffynnon, Llangolman   01437 532542     + also happy to squeeze in some runners in their own tents (ring to discuss)

Self Catering;

Wilwin cottage/bungalow. A 3 bed bungalow across the road from the village hall……….with a hot tub!

Ger Y Nant, self contained 1 bedroomed annex. 1.5km from the start.

Ty-Pren Bach. A self contained unit 100yds from the route just on the outskirts of Maenclochog.

Preseli Hills cottages, Rhosfach(1.5miles from Maenclochog)- 3 different cottages sleeping 2 x 4 people, 1 x 2 people.

The Old Coach House, Rosebush 01437 532495    

The Snug, Rosebush. Sleeps 4.

Ivy Court, Llys y Fran   01437 532473

Gernos Fawr cottage. Beast route goes near. Based on a smallholding with a menagerie of livestock.

For more places to stay, look at Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Maenclochog Community hall

If none of the above still doesn’t float your boat, or you’re on a budget, then you’re more than welcome to kip on the community hall floor! Many do! This hall isn’t the usual draughty cold halls of old. It has heating you know, and it’s double glazed!!! You’ll need to bring your own sleeping bag and mat though! There are various small side rooms to hide away in. There are toilets, but no showers. There’s also a small kitchenette with kettle, toaster and microwave. Please let me know if you want to stay in the hall as we’ll have to make sure there’s a nice quiet spot for you?

The Globe Inn is a mere stones throw away from the hall, but they do not cater for food…………apart from crisps and peanuts!

Last year we welcomed a café to the village and we are delighted that Caffi’r Sgwar will be joining in on race day-!