Holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire

The Pembrokeshire coast is simply spectacular, carved out by the wild Atlantic to create an amazing dramatic seascape. As Britain’s only coastal National Park, its rugged cliff formations are home to seals, whales, porpoises, dolphins and seabirds. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail is a fairy-tale seascape with ancient castles and Iron Age forts overlooking the water. This is the perfect destination for a holiday cottage by the sea. Or maybe a dog-friendly holiday cottage with a hot tub? With wide golden sandy beaches and sparkling turquoise waters, Pembrokeshire is an inspired holiday destination. Come and experience this magical destination for yourself by booking one of our holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire.

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Pembrokeshire, located in the southwest corner of Wales, is a captivating county renowned for its stunning coastline, picturesque villages, and rich cultural heritage. Here are some of the main places to visit in Pembrokeshire:

  1. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park: This breathtaking national park encompasses a diverse range of landscapes, including rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, and charming harbours. Explore the famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which stretches for 186 miles, offering spectacular views and opportunities for coastal walks.

  2. St. Davids: The smallest city in the UK, St. Davids is a historic and religious centre. Visit St. Davids Cathedral, an architectural masterpiece, and explore the quaint streets lined with shops, galleries, and traditional pubs. Nearby, you'll find the beautiful beach of Whitesands Bay.

  3. Tenby: With its colourful Georgian houses, medieval walls, and sandy beaches, Tenby is a popular destination for both locals and tourists. Stroll through the cobbled streets, visit the ancient Tenby Castle, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of this charming coastal town.

  4. Skomer Island: A haven for wildlife enthusiasts, Skomer Island is home to a wide variety of seabirds, including puffins, guillemots, and razorbills. Take a boat trip to the island and experience the magic of observing these fascinating birds in their natural habitat.

  5. Pembroke Castle: This imposing castle, birthplace of Henry VII, offers a glimpse into medieval history. Explore the massive fortifications, climb the towers, and learn about the castle's role in Welsh history through interactive exhibits and guided tours.

  6. Marloes Sands: With its golden sands, striking rock formations, and crystal-clear waters, Marloes Sands is a picturesque beach that offers a sense of tranquillity and natural beauty. It's an ideal spot for beachcombing, picnicking, and coastal walks.