Our variety of Pembrokeshire holiday cottages have something suitable for
all requirements. With rural retreats surrounded by mature woodlands to sea
views. Whether a traditional fisherman cottage is for you or a modern
property that is within walking distance to local towns with restaurants and
shops, there is a great selection to choose from. Our family-friendly holiday
cottages have high-attention to detail and uniqueness – a holiday in a
lighthouse located on the rugged Welsh coast, anyone?
Our Pembrokeshire holiday cottages sleep from 1 to 28 guests, making them
perfect for romantic weeks away or a large group wanting to spend time in
this stunning part of Wales. With log fires, hot tubs and enchanting gardens,
spending an evening in your Pembrokeshire holiday cottage will be bliss.
You can search for your dream holiday cottage in Pembrokeshire below.
Guide to Pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire is home to the smallest city in Britain, St David’s. The 12-
century cathedral isn’t the only attraction there, with independent and quirky
shops and restaurants, the city is sure to charm you.
If getting outdoors in the gorgeous landscape is more your thing, you are
spoilt for choice in the county. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park boasts
a range of paths, all providing stunning views and an abundance of wild
plants and animals.
The beaches along the coast vary from the golden sands of Barafundle Bay
to idyllic coves such as Church Doors, each as captivating as the next.
Explore the remote and unspoilt Preseli Hills while staying at your
Pembrokeshire holiday cottage. The wild and breath-taking mountain range
hides a selection of historical sites and ruins, including castles, harbours and
burial chambers, providing the opportunity to soak up the rich heritage and
culture of Wales.
Things To Do In Pembrokeshire
• Horse riding
• Boat trips to the surrounding islands (Skomer, Skokholm or Ramsey Island)
• Coasteering and kayaking
• Carew Castle or Cilgerran Castle
• Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
• Oak Wood Theme Park
• St David’s Cathedral