Take a look through our portfolio of holiday cottages in Wolf's Castle to find your perfect Welsh retreat. We have traditional and modern cottages, chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes, holiday apartments, wheelchair accessible and dog-friendly properties, all ready for your selection. We have hand-picked all of the quality cottages in our portfolio, taking into consideration the needs and wishes of every type of traveller.
Our Wolf's Castle holiday cottages sleep parties of two or more,
accommodating couples, families or large groups; from homes big and grand
enough to host a family gathering to small and cosy properties suitable for a
romantic getaway. With amazing features such as log-burning fires and hot tubs,
our holiday cottages will be the ultimate backdrop of many special memories.
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.
Wolf's Castle, known in Welsh as Casblaidd, is a community in the jewell county of Pembrokeshire. Located between iconic spots, Haverfordwest and Fishguard, Wolf's Castle is the perfect location to reach all the best and popular spots of Pembrokeshire coast, but retreat back to a sleepy Welsh village each night to put your feet up by a roaring fire, book in hand.
Wolf's Castle itself actually compromises of two small villages; Wolf's Castle Proper on the top of the hill, and Ford, which is positioned in the river valley below Wolf's Castle Proper. In the first village, the remains of a mote and bailey castle can be found, along with spectacular views across the surrounding rivers. The castle was created by the Normans on the Landsker Line.
Attractions nearby include a centre that hosts a range of outdoor pursuits; gardens and many restaurants & cafés.
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