The aim of the Harriet Davis Trust charity is to enable disabled children, their families and carers to enjoy a seaside holiday. 

There are three self-catering holiday homes in the beautiful walled seaside town of Tenby in Pembrokeshire which have been suitably constructed and equipped for disabled children. Facilities include lifts, hoist systems, profile beds and special bathrooms with wetroom areas and Kingcraft baths.

The wheelchair accessible holiday homes are each unique for their sea views or locations and are available all year round for families with disabled children up to the age of 21.

Caerwen House is the Trust’s secret gem. Located in the bustling market town of Narberth, close to Pembrokeshire’s beaches and tourist attractions, it has been specially designed for families with children with autism and other additional needs (adults too – but is not suitable for wheelchairs). The house is completely enclosed with a large garden and soft playroom which visiting children absolutely love!

All four houses cater for adults with disabilities and mobility needs as well as care home residents outside of school holiday times and each house has a family helper to deal with arrival details and share local information. 

Short breaks are available in November, January and February but for the rest of the year holiday bookings are weekly. As a non-profit organisation, charges are made for the use of the Trust’s properties, but these are at affordable rates.