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Short Breaks - Places to Stay and Tourist Accommodation in Pembrokeshire


Accommodation in Pembrokeshire

Select the very best accommodation and enchanting places to say in Pembrokeshire from our listings including dog-friendly and adult only accommodation. You can view last minute short breaks, weekend breaks and holidays in quaint seaside or rural locations. This area of Wales boasts unusual and beautiful seaside accommodation to suit a single traveler, families, friends, and couples.

Pembrokeshire Tourist Information

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a popular and vibrant area of Wales with fine restaurants, bars, sandy beaches, fishing trips and nearby activities, and attractions that keep whole families entertained. No matter where you stay on holiday, the right accommodation is a key ingredient in having a happy and memorable trip.

Where to Stay.

Tourists, couples and families have been coming to Pembrokeshire on holiday for generations, charmed by the stunning beaches and the easy pace of life here. Accommodation options include traditional accommodation in the countryside, seafront accommodations and amazing places with swimming pools, hot tubs, and spas, whichever you choose, you are sure to enjoy your stay.

Short Breaks in Towns and Villages

The most popular towns include, Tenby, Saundersfoot, Newport and the smallest City in Pembrokeshire, in fact St.Davids is the smallest City in Wales! smaller in size but very pretty are the village resorts of Moylegrove, Freshwater East, Solva, Narberth, and Little Haven. These locations can all be looked upon our handy Wales map feature, ensuring that any tourist can find the accommodation that they're looking for in their vacation spot. Other helpful resources are found on the town's pages. Wherever you wish to stay in this Welsh destination in West Wales you will find plenty of quality Pembrokeshire accommodation in all the destinations listed here.

Pembrokeshire Wildlife

Nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts love Pembrokeshire too, as that stunning coastline is home to many rare seabirds and marine mammals. Dolphins, porpoises, and seals are commonly spotted playing along many of the rocky inlets and cliff edges, whilst guillemots, razorbills, choughs, and kittiwakes are all commonly spotted here. A boat trip over to Skomer Island may even reward you with the opportunity to spot puffins nesting on the clifftops.

The Historic Sites of Pembrokeshire

Whilst nowhere in Pembrokeshire is more than 12 miles from the sea, there is plenty on offer inland like historic sites such as, Pembroke Castle, Carew Castle, and Cilgerran Castle, these are all spectacular in their own right, each with their own unique identity and each with a very different, but nonetheless dramatic, setting. Of course, no holiday in Pembrokeshire is complete without a day spent in St. Davids, the smallest city in the UK. The imposing and inspiring cathedral dominates the city, and visitors cannot fail to be impressed.

Eating Out in Pembrokeshire

When it comes to dining out in Pembrokeshire there are some incredible choices on offer. Cwtch in St. Davids offers the very best local produce that really showcases what Wales has to offer, whilst just outside St. Davids, Grub Kitchen offers an altogether different dining experience, with home-grown crickets and other insects on the menu - it’s definitely different! Head over to Newport to find a whole range of top eateries in this tiny village - try Vic North, Llys Meddyg or The Canteen.

Glorious Sandy Beaches on The Pembrokeshire Coast

Many of the beaches routinely win awards for their clean waters, safe bathing and environmental management. Freshwater West, Barafundle Bay, and Newport Sands are just three stunning beaches that are perennial favourites with holidaymakers.

Small Pembrokeshire Beaches and Rocky Coves

Whilst the charming town of Tenby needs no introduction it is worth mentioning its choice of delightful beaches. If you prefer a smaller, quieter beach, the sandy beach at Caerfai Bay is gorgeous, whilst Church Doors Cove, near Manorbier, never fails to impress, with its spectacular cliff formations.