Handpicked Cottages in Aberbach
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Our holiday cottages in Aberbach
are perfectly situated between St. Davids and Fishguard to allow you to
enjoy the serenity of the stunning Welsh coastline. We offer a wealth of family-friendly
and luxury Aberbach holiday cottages in the
area, which sleep parties from two and upwards, meaning that our cosy cottages
are ideal for couples, families and friends looking to visit this beautiful
area of Wales. With dog-friendly and wheelchair accessible properties, we have
something to meet the needs of every party.
Many of our Aberbach holiday cottages are located close to the peaceful pebble cove of Aberbach beach, with a lush green valley backdrop making for a picturesque holiday location. You can search for the perfect cottage for your holiday to Aberbach below.
Explore the beauty of Pembrokeshire whilst staying in our Aberbach holiday cottages and enjoy the calm serenity of the location. With beaches including Aberbach and Abermawr nearby, as well as the ‘Bluebell Woods’ and Strumble Head Lighthouse, there will be plenty of opportunities for you to stop and enjoy the wonderful array of coastal wildlife calling this area of West Wales their home.
One of the nearest villages to Aberbach is the traditional hilltop village of Mathry, which is home to a great family run pub, The Farmers Arms. This is open daily, serves excellent food, and has a great choice of local beer and ales. With 220 square miles of idyllic countryside and a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you’ll fall in love with the rich local heritage and culture discovered in Aberbach and its neighbouring attractions.
· Explore the local history
· Walking trails along coastal paths and woodland
· Cycling routes
· Boat trips
· Locally produced food & drink
· Bird watching