View our selection of luxury holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire and self catering rentals. Private holiday cottages are in demand all year round and can be booked with swimming pools, hot tubs, and tennis courts. So where should you stay? We have a superb choice of pet friendly cottages and coastal cottages that can be booked online with immediate confirmation in properties of all sizes and locations offering both affordable and luxury amenities to suit families, couples and groups of friends.
Famous for its truly magical coastline, Pembrokeshire appeals to families with children looking for holidays near to beaches, couples looking for a romantic getaway, walkers and outdoor enthusiasts, and just about everyone in between. With glorious ...beaches, awesome wildlife, friendly towns packed with interesting places and faces, and a whole host of award-winning eateries and bars, this part of Wales make it so easy to have a fabulous holiday. It’s impossible to talk about Pembrokeshire without starting with its beaches. The 186-mile long Pembrokeshire Coastal Path takes in more than 50 beaches, along with countless smaller coves, inlets, and harbours. 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. 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. All of that stunning coastline means that Pembrokeshire is a top destination for anyone interested in water-based activities. Many of the larger beaches, like Tenby and Newport Sands, are popular with families for bathing and splashing about, but for surfing, kiteboarding and other sports, head to Whitesands Beach or Freshwater West. Pwllgwaelod Beach and Stackpole Quay are popular for canoes and kayaks, and at Abereiddy Beach, you can even try out coasteering. 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. Whilst nowhere in Pembrokeshire is more than 12 miles from the sea, there are inland 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 cottage 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. When it comes to dining out you will find some incredible restaurants 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.