Handpicked Cottages in Wiseman's Bridge
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Just down from Saundersfoot is a spectacular range of holiday cottages in Wiseman’s Bridge, a little Welsh hamlet. In our portfolio of holiday lettings, you will find an abode to suit every taste and requirement, from traditional and modern cottages to chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments, as well as wheelchair accessible properties and dog-friendly homes. We carefully select each holiday cottage in the Quality range to ensure we provide only the best for our customers. And talking of the best, why not splash out on a luxury cottage with roaring log-burning fires and bubbling hot tub?
Our Wiseman’s Bridge holiday cottages sleep parties of two or more, perfect for couples, families or large groups looking to escape to Wales. Simply use the key to identify the features of the cottage, or for more assistance, get in touch with our sales team who will guide you in your search. The holiday of your dreams is just a few clicks away.
The peaceful, seaside hamlet of Wiseman’s Bridge is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle. Located in the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, nestled between tourist’s favourite Saundersfoot and Amroth, this quaint hamlet provides an idyllic retreat.
Featuring an interesting beach made up of pebbles, sand and craggy rock pools, a glorious summers day could easily pass while spending time here with the family. Access is made easy for families, particularly those with younger children, with a carpark located just past the sea wall. For an alternative view, visit on an autumn’s afternoon, where rolling waves and moody skies allow for silent contemplation. Walk along the numerous paths to marvel at the hamlet’s intriguing history and heritage. Perhaps one of the best walks is through a series of old railway tunnels that used to be used to carry coal from the hamlet to Saundersfoot Harbour. The tramway winds through a mystical wooded valley that opens out onto the historic Stepaside Iron works site. The tramway is suitable for both wheelchairs and bikes. And why not finish your day off with a visit to a traditional pub, with food and drinks aplenty?!