Handpicked Cottages in Abereiddy and the Blue Lagoon
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Our Abereiddy holiday cottages are a popular choice for those looking to visit the North Pembrokeshire coast. The array of properties available sleep anywhere upwards of two people, and many of these are also dog-friendly and wheelchair accessible to suit the requirements of every party. Whether you’re in search of a cosy cottage for a romantic break, or a family-friendly luxury option, our selection is sure to meet your needs.
The Blue Lagoon is a popular attraction in Pembrokeshire; originally a small slate quarry, which was flooded by the sea in 1910. On a sunny day, you’ll see where this location gets in name from with the clear blue waters and high cliffs. Our Blue Lagoon holiday cottages are particularly popular with visitors who enjoy a spot of coasteering or diving, as it offers a unique experience in a picturesque setting. Take a look below to find the perfect property in Abereiddy.
The characteristically bright blue water of The Blue Lagoon is a result of the high-mineral content of the submerged slabs of slate; the setting provides the perfect photograph opportunity. Our range of Blue Lagoon holiday cottages mean that you can stay just minutes from this natural beauty.
Aside from the lagoon, Abereiddy beach is another much-loved attraction, comprising of black sand, pebbles and shingles, and scattered with intricate fossils that can be seen at low tide. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path provides an array of wonderful walks; be sure to stop off in Porthgain, Mathry or St. Davids at one of the fantastic pubs and restaurants for a refreshment.
· Sea life watching
· Horse riding
· Walking trails along coastal paths
· Cycling routes
· Boat trips
· Locally produced food & drink