Built in the 1700s, Rhyd y Fferm (Brook Farm) was a working farm until the late 1960s and it appeared on the first OS map. In the 1970s, Simon Davies from Fishguard incorporated the original stone buildings into a large six bedroom dwelling with stables. He sold the property to the Luxmores in the late 1990s and Rhyd y Fferm was one of the first replacement dwellings allowed by the National Park.
John Jones and Associates in conjunction with the owners, designed a horseshoe shaped house to resemble the original farm. There are many interesting features and details and the views from the many glazed doors and windows never fail to attract comment. The conservatory is an absolute highlight.
There is a keystone from an arch of the original farm and a small collection of flints used for tools, found in the garden.