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Handpicked Cottages in Roch

Explore a pleasant place in popular Pembrokeshire when you stay in one of our holiday cottages in Roch. This quaint village sits inland from Newgale and is known for its dramatic 12th-century castle that overlooks the surrounding land. 

Our holiday accommodations are designed to the highest qualities, meeting an array of tastes and requirements. Find a tranquil retreat amongst our selection of cottages, some of which come complete with luxury touches such as hot tubs and log fires. We are proud of our collection of traditional holiday cottages; country homes; townhouses and apartments and modern barn conversions. We also have wheelchair accessible or dog-friendly abodes for those needing such features. 

With accommodation sleeping two or more guests, and with a range of amenities, we are sure you will fall in love with the holiday homes available in Roch.


Guide to Roch: 

Roch is a small village in Pembrokeshire, nestled alongside Newgale in the western part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Its name derives from Norman French, coined la Roche in 1271, which translates to “the rock”. 

The nearby coastline is made up of stunning cliffsides and dunes that marry up to Newgale beach, a favourite spot for sunbathing and surfing in the warmer months. The area has a fascinating history, having been the heart of the coal mining industry from the medieval times up until 1905.

In the village itself, the majestic castle proudly towers over the valley. This 12th-century building was one of several border strongholds used to protect the Welsh inhabitants within the surrounding areas. Due to its proximity to the sea, the castle was also used as a lookout for coastal invasions. The first recorded inhabitant of the castle was Adam de Rupe, a Norman knight.

This, however, is not the only piece of fascinating history in Roch, with one of the last remaining water mills just a little way up the river, restored to full working condition including a water wheel! This gem makes the treks along the riverside a wonder for keen walkers. History buffs will also enjoy the nearby Cuffern Manor.


Things to Do in Roch: 

Historical sites

Beaches

Gardens

Restaurants and cafés 

Coastal Paths

Nature & Wildlife Attractions


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