We are proud to feature a handpicked selection of the finest accommodations in Pembrokeshire. Our listings encompass the best Pembrokeshire holiday cottages, welcoming bed and breakfasts, charming guest houses, top-notch hotels, luxurious caravan rentals, serene farm holiday experiences, comfortable holiday apartments, and upscale luxury glamping and lodge retreats. Explore our carefully curated collection to discover your perfect Pembrokeshire getaway. We pride ourselves on our unique assortment of accommodations not publicised elsewhere, promising you a Pembrokeshire holiday experience that is truly one-of-a-kind and unforgettable.
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 for a happy and memorable trip.
Places to to Stay in Pembrokeshire
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 can enjoy your stay.
The most popular towns include Tenby, Saundersfoot, Newport, New Quay, Fishguard and the smallest City in Pembrokeshire; in fact, St.Davids is the smallest City in Wales! The village resorts of Moylegrove, Freshwater East, Solva, Narberth, and Little Haven are Smaller but very pretty. These locations can all be looked upon by our handy Wales map feature, ensuring that any tourist can find the accommodation 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, you will find plenty of quality Pembrokeshire accommodation in all the destinations listed here.
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 rocky inlets and cliff edges, while 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
While all Pembrokeshire accommodation is no more than 12 miles from the sea, there is plenty on offer inland like historical 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 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.