Find My Favourite Holiday Cottages in Pembroke

Sandy beaches, glorious countryside and one of Wales' most impressive medieval town centres can be enjoyed on self-catering holidays in Pembroke. This walled town lies in a valley by the wide estuary of the River Cleddau. It is surrounded by woods and fields, eight miles south of Haverfordwest. From your holiday cottage in Pembroke, take a stroll to Main Street, which lies within the town walls and is overlooked by Pembroke Castle. This imposing stone fortress was the birthplace of Henry VII. It has a labyrinth of passageways, spiral stone staircases and towers to explore. There are free tours, exhibitions, a café and concerts in the castle grounds. Along Main Street, you will find a variety of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Pembroke Antiques Centre is well worth a visit, with a huge range of collectables. Food at Williams is a relaxed café serving good food throughout the day, prepared with fresh ingredients from the Pembrokeshire countryside, and the Old Cross Saws Inn is a charming pub if you fancy a pint of local ale. Don't miss the farmers' market for the finest cheese, meat and vegetables from local farms.

A hot tub bubbles away i in front of an elegant Pembrokeshire holiday cottage surrounded by  a patio and lawns.

Copybush Cottage is a sophisticated and secluded rural holiday cottage in Pembrokeshire, offering beautiful countryside views. Situated in a peaceful corner of Lawrenny, the pet-friendly cottage provides spacious grounds, a hot tub, an open fire, and modern and elegant décor.

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The town walls of Pembroke are beautifully preserved, complete with defensive towers such as Barnard's Tower, with three stories and an impressive fore-building above its entrance. There are several well-marked walking routes around the town, including a footpath which follows the banks of the castle pond before passing directly below the castle ramparts. To avoid missing any of Pembroke's unique landmarks, pick up a copy of the Town Trail from the tourist information centre. Pembroke holiday cottages are ideally located for exploring South Wales' coast and countryside. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a beautiful area where rocky coves, sandy beaches and ancient fishing villages await discovery. Fishguard and St David's are a scenic 50-minute drive northward, and Swansea is just over an hour's drive eastward.