Contemporary self catering holiday property that’s within a fifteen minute walk from the attractive Pembrokeshire coastal town of Saundersfoot.
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Charming self catering holiday barn for four guests that’s just a five minute drive from Saundersfoot and its excellent beach.
Beautifully furnished boathouse for four guests in Tenby with two bedrooms (1 super-king size, 1 twin) and a lovely wood-panelled interior.
Well-appointed apartment with one double bedroom, a shower room with shower, a fully-equipped kitchen and living room with dining area.
Semi-detached cottage that’s replete with character features including exposed stone-work, slate flooring and ceiling beams.
Cosy holiday property that’s set within the owner’s grounds on a hill overlooking the attractive Pembrokeshire coastal town of Saundersfoot.
The LIghthouse is set on the outskirts of Saundersfoot and provides a great base from which to explore the beautiful Pembrokeshire.
Wonderful Grade Iisted manor house that occupies an elevated position above Saundersfoot and affords fantastic coastal vistas.
Ty Henri is a reverse-level property with two en-suite bedrooms on the ground floor and a spacious living room on the first floor.
Traditional terraced holiday cottage for eight guests that offers shared access to an indoor swimming pool and adventure playground.
The Pembrokeshire coastline is one of the most dramatic and beautiful seascapes in the whole of the United Kingdom. Rugged cliffs, sheltered coves and steep cliff paths contribute to 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 its an understandably popular destination for holiday makers.
Read our guide to Pembrokeshire as we take a look at some of region's most popular visitor attractions and places of interest.