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Manorbier Holiday Cottages

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Handpicked Cottages in Manorbier

Our array of stunning properties available sleep anywhere between two and upwards, so whether you are looking for a cosy romantic retreat, a cottage for a family get-away or somewhere a large group of you can get-together for a quality catch-up, we have properties to suit a range of requirements.

Want to bring along your four-legged friends on your Welsh adventure too? Many of our cottages are dog-friendly, so the whole family can enjoy the time away.

We pride ourselves in offering an abundance of holiday cottages in Manorbier that cater to the diverse needs and requirements of our guests, a selection of our properties are wheelchair accessible, call our sales team today for additional details and assistance choosing your dream holiday cottage!

Guide to Manorbier

Enjoy a refreshing coastal retreat in one of our delightful holiday cottages in Manorbier. The inviting seaside village can be found along the south coast of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The picture-perfect village is famed amongst surfers for its south-westerly facing beach, and the soft golden sands and white sand dunes are a natural playground for both children and adults alike.

The beach will not be the only attraction that catches your eye as you enter the village, as an imposing medieval castle proudly stands overlooking the bay. The castle was the birth place of Gerald of Wales (Giraldus Cambrensis), a royal clerk to the King and two archbishops during the 11th-century.

Things to do in Manorbier

• Manorbier castle
• St Catherine’s Island
• Fossil hunting
• Wildlife watching
• Lily ponds
• St Govan’s Chapel

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