Pembrokeshire is a maritime county on the southwest corner of Wales with the sea on three sides. Book Pembrokeshire holiday cottages with sea views or buried deep in the countryside, and you will soon appreciate why it is such a beautiful place for a holiday. The National Coastal Path has some of the most beautiful walks in Britain. Fishguard is the main ferry port for Ireland and a lovely seaside town to break your journey. Tenby, just down the coast with its rows of pastel-coloured houses overlooking the harbour, is well worth a visit, as are the ancient walls that surround the town. Pembrokeshire is home to the UK’s only coastal National Park. Walk the coastal footpath, and you will appreciate why it exists. Beautiful clifftop views, stunning sunsets, a veritable riot of wildflowers in spring and summer ensure a holiday overflowing with memorable experiences.
Mor Awelon, in the charming village of Goodwick, has an upside-down design to capture the views of the Pembrokeshire countryside and the ocean beyond. Ultra-modern finishes define this rural holiday cottage near Fishguard while its balcony and lawned garden invite relaxation and socialising.
This elegant Grade II listed large house is in a quiet cobbled street in the beautiful seaside town of Tenby. Walk 80 yards one way to a stunning beach or the other way to the town centre with its medieval walls, harbour and fishing boats.
St Brides is a stone-built semi-detached cottage set on a working farm in St Ishmael’s. The pet-friendly coastal cottage lies within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and promises lawned gardens and fresh air, as well as beamed ceilings, open-plan design, neutral palette and modern comforts.
Make your stay along the Welsh Riviera a memorable one with a stay at The Mushroom House, a fabulous ground floor apartment in the walled seaside town of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, a romantic cottage just steps from award-winning beaches that features open plan living space and front decked area.
Lothlorien Cottage is a delightful rural cottage surrounded by natural beauty. The pet-friendly cottage near Cwmgors in South Wales and Pembrokeshire sits at the base of Black Mountain and offers visitors seclusion, modern comforts, a lovely garden and many places in which to enjoy the sunshine.
Cornflower at Headland Escape offers a unique seaside holiday experience along the Welsh Riviera, a luxurious yurt on a family-run glamping site at Lydstep Haven near the walled town of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, a pet-friendly holiday home with wood-burner, lantern ceiling, and insulated pine flooring.
Escape to the splendour of the Pembrokeshire Coast with a stay at Clicketts Heath, a spacious and welcoming pet-friendly countryside cottage between the Welsh towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot, featuring a well-equipped kitchen, sitting room with Freeview TV, and three first-floor bedrooms.
For a romantic, countryside retreat, visit Clover Cottage in the village of Winston. The small, well-equipped Pembrokeshire cottage is close to the West Wales coast and offers one double bedroom.
Copybush cottage is a sophisticated and secluded rural cottage offering beautiful views of the countryside of South Wales and Pembrokeshire. Situated in a peaceful corner of Lawrenny, the pet-friendly cottage offers spacious grounds, a hot tub and an open fire, as well as modern and elegant décor.
Ideally situated in the desirable Welsh fishing village of Tenby, the Orangery is a modern, spacious, and family-friendly holiday destination sleeping 2-6 guests. Come to the Orangery in Pembrokeshire for a relaxing family seaside holiday in an idyllic corner of West Wales.
Set in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is Gwelfor, a luxurious coastal cottage in Marloes. The sophisticated cottage enjoys access to the highlights of South Wales and Pembrokeshire and offers contemporary open-plan design, light-filled spaces, lovely grounds, a sea breeze and a wood burner.
A delightful stone cottage surrounded by countryside. Situated on a quiet lane near the picturesque harbour town of Fishguard on the Pembrokeshire Coast.
Cleddau Hideout is a charming romantic cottage set amidst woodland and rivers near Merlin’s Bridge in Pembrokeshire. The bespoke shepherd’s hut features urban chic and contemporary comfort and boasts beautiful fresh air, seclusion, countryside views from its conservatory, a log fire and a hot tub.
Stay in this large family-friendly Holiday Cottage in West Wales that sleeps 11. Also a pet-friendly cottage, it lies in the peaceful, secluded rural hamlet of Rhodiad y Brenin near St David’s and is set in an enclosed grassy area, full of rural character.
Situated at the foot of the Preseli Hills in North Pembrokeshire, Plas Drygarn is a charming, dog-friendly holiday cottage for up to 6 people, located in a beautiful rural location that is ideal for family holidays and couples.
A luxury apartment home overlooking the famed beach within the medieval town walls of Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales, North Beach makes the ideal coastal getaway, with floor-to-ceiling sash bay windows offering panoramic views of the harbour, Danish Fir wood flooring, and magnificent sitting room.
Ty Gwilym Holiday Cottages are set in the heart of St Davids with three cottages for up to 2, 4 or 6. They are very close to the Cathedral and shops and within ten minutes of both the coastal path and beaches at Whitesand Bay and Caerfai Bay.
A sandy beach sits on the doorstep of Swn y Mor, a large seaside holiday cottage with a hot tub in Pembrokeshire which welcomes families. Outdoor entertaining areas and generous windows capture the ocean views and complement the luxurious décor of the pet-friendly cottage. Sleeps 8.
Pembrokeshire Beaches are magnificent, with more than 50 of them strung out along the West Wales coast. These range from broad swathes of clean golden sand backed by dunes, such as Broad Haven and Barafundle Bay, to tiny coves cut into the cliffs such as Church Doors Cove near Manorbier and Stackpole Quay. The beaches boast an exceptional hoard of awards from Blue Flags, Green Coast and Seaside Awards. If you want to do more than stretch out on the beach and dip your toes in the waves, there are plenty of opportunities for coasteering, kayaking. Why not go on a seal and dolphin spotting trip? Available at places like Tenby and Martins Haven (which also offers boat trips to the Pembrokeshire Islands). Away from the coast, there are plenty of other attractions to visit, from ancient castles and strongholds such as the Carew Castle and Tidal Mill, once a Tudor stronghold and mansion near Tenby. From the ruins of Pembroke Castle to a restored World War II control tower at Carew Cheriton, there are plenty of historic castles, buildings open to visitors. There is even a tiny hermits cell built into a cliff at St. Govan’s Head to ensure fascinating days out for lovers of history and historic architecture. If you’ve got some younger children in tow, don’t miss the Teddybear Workshop in Haverford West, where you can help them to make their very own teddy bear to take home. Petrolheads will enjoy a visit to the Pembrokeshire Motor Museum, which features a range of veteran, vintage and classic cars.