Pembrokeshire Holiday Cottages
These companies offer a wide selection of Pembrokeshire cottage properties, both modern and traditional. Rates start at £180 for seven day breaks and special offers are also available for selected cottages. The latest news about availability and pricing can be found on the sites.
Cottages 4 You
- More than 170 Pembrokeshire holiday cottages
including other forms of self catering properties including modern holiday lodges, converted barns and luxury holiday homes. All properties are inspected and most have attained at least 4 stars for quality.
Holiday Lettings -
Around 120 Pembrokeshire cottages
situated in places like Solva, St David's, Saundersfoot and Narbeth. Modern properties are also available to rent including lodges, family houses and spacious holiday homes.
Holiday Rentals -
100 Pembrokeshire self catering cottages and holiday properties in Tenby, Pembrokeshire National Park, Fishguard and other picturesque seaside locations. Booking prices start at £180 per week for low-season seven day holiday breaks.
- 90 cottages in Pembrokeshire and South Wales from £175 per week during low-season. Their range includes both modern and traditional properties such as stone-built cottages and holiday apartments. Pets are allowed in many cases.
The Pembrokeshire coastline is one of the most dramatic and beautiful seascapes in the whole of Britain. Consisting of rugged cliffs, sheltered coves and steep cliff paths contributes the grandeur and splendour of a region that is one of the most popular amongst short-break holiday makers.
The town of Tenby was recently voted Wales' favourite destination and is a charming sea-side resort with an impressive golden beach. Fishguard, a small fishing port surrounded by steep cliffs also offers a welcome break as does Broad Haven, set on St Brides Bay
The coastline of Pembrokeshire, despite being lashed by Atlantic waves has a large number of fine beaches including East Llanion, Newgate and St Brides Haven. Historical buildings such as Haverfordwest Castle
and Llawhaden Castle offer reminders of a diverse Celtic history. Its also worth visiting the Bro Meigan Gardens for a serene and picturesque diversion.
Pembrokeshire also has a good selection of heritage sites such as Caldey Island
, home to a Cistercian Abbey. There's much to do and see for the visitor when in Pembrokeshire and is an understandably popular destination for holiday makers. Details regarding Pembrokeshire visitor attractions, including admission times and entry prices follows below.
Pembrokeshire visitor attractions
For cottages holiday-makers, the stunning coastline with its fine beaches lapped by waters warmed by the Gulf Stream is only one of the many attractions which Pembrokeshire has to offer. Backed by the rolling Preseli Hills
, it is an area rich in history and culture.
It is possible to enjoy every kind of adventure from climbing and caving, coasteering and diving, as well as golf, fishing, sailing, pony trekking and walking. Fresh Adventures Ltd
at Freshwater East in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park offers all sorts of out door activities to suit any age. The region is well known for top class surfing and for those who enjoy messing about in boats, the Milford Haven Waterway, Britain’s largest deep water port and the Daugleddau Estuary are popular venues.
Pembrokeshire Water Sports in Pembroke and the Cleddau River Centre
both offer tuition in boating and sailing and at Llysfran Country Park, the fresh water fishing is second to none. For walkers, the Coastal Path has some of the most spectacular cliff scenery in Britain.
Food and drink
Restaurants, cafes, bars and tea rooms are plentiful in this part of the world and tourists are welcomed and well catered for. The Golden Lion
in Newport is a family run inn offering a varied menu of home cooked food. Sunday Lunch is popular and families are catered for.
At Swan Lake Farm
in Tenby, there are tea-rooms, a small bar, and a dining room offering traditional food and an interesting wine list. The Boncath Inn is a convenient stop for motorists and offers a wide variety of bar meals in attractive surroundings. Voted Pub of the Year in 2003, The Castle Hotel in Newport has a varied menu and a range of beers and wines. For an evening out, try the Wanderer’s Rest in Tenby which has live music and a resident musician.
History and Culture
Pembrokeshire has a history which dates back to ancient times and it is known that both the Romans and the Vikings visited the area. The Tudor Dynasty
began at Pembroke Castle
when Henry V11 was born there in 1457. Also worth visiting is Carew castle, which is around 1000 years old and the 12th century gatehouse and vaulted chapel at ruined Manorbier Castle, which are very well preserved.
in Lamphey is another impressive historical site and has recently tastefully renovated and features a programme of events in the simmer months. Alternativley, try the magnificent Cathedral of St David’s
, founded in 1181, that has a stunning treasury collection and also offers tourists home cooked food, snacks and drinks at the refectory. Open every day of the year except Christmas Day.