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Idyllic holiday seekers find what dreams are made of here. Our holiday cottages in Strumble Head boast buckets of Welsh charm, from traditional and modern cottages to chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments, a holiday to Wales is just one click away!
We feature luxury cottages that have roaring log fires and a bubbling hot tub, perfect for a night under the stars. We have an array of gorgeous properties that welcome the four-legged friends you have in tow and wheelchair-accessible properties that exceed expectations. Our fantastic range of holiday cottages are hand-picked with our customers in mind, ensuring that we can offer the best selection of holiday accommodation in Wales. To find out more about our cottages, simply click on their profiles or, for more assistance, contact our sales team who will match you with your dream abode.
Our Strumble Head holiday cottages sleep groups of two or more, perfect for couples, families or large groups who want a quintessential staycation.
Located on the North West point of Pembrokeshire, just west of the popular Fishguard, Strumble is also known as the Pencaer Peninsula (although, interestingly, not a peninsula at all!). On one side, the coast tickles the land; on the other, low hills frame the area, providing a sense of escapism to those who stay. Of course, many places in Wales have iconic architecture and Strumble Head is no different. In this case, the focus is on the Strumble Lighthouse that is perched upon a tiny island, only accessible by a tiny suspension bridge. Nowadays, the Lighthouse is automated so there is not much need to go onto this tiny island, but the views themselves are somewhat spectacular!
Tradition, however, is kept very much alive by the old woollen mill, Melin Tregwynt where traditional products are given a modern twist. These items are so desirable that world-renowned retailers, including John Lewis, even stock them. There’s a café in addition, as well as a chance to take your hand to weaving!
In an old coastal guard post, you can use a pair of binoculars to look for local wildlife. Strumble is, in fact, one of the best locations in Wales to see the migrating seabirds who follow the line of the coast up the west-side of Britain. Because Strumble protrudes so far into the Irish Sea, the seabirds concentrate in this area, so are usually very close to the shore. Because of this, taking a pleasant walk along the coastal path may give you a great glimpse of these birds overhead. In the water, dolphins, seals, porpoise and whales can be spotted in the tidal waves around the headland.
The stretch between St David’s and Fishguard is easily accessible by Strumble, partly due to the Strumble Shuttle that runs a daily service.