Skokholm View, Solva is a luxury holiday apartment in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Ideal for couples, families or a small group of friends, it has the most incredible sea views, use of the stunning lawns & woods that surround & access to the glorious coastal path. Set on the top floor of a restored Georgian mansion, it offers recently renovated, extremely comfortable, well-equipped accommodation amongst a magical, romantic setting.
Pembrokeshire is a dream holiday destination with breathtaking beaches, incredible footpaths, bridleways, and cycling routes, and friendly towns full of fantastic places to eat. Just three miles from Neyland, The Cottage is a charming converted stable that now provides very comfortable accommodation for four people in two bedrooms. Pembroke Castle, Folly Farm, Oakwood, Tenby, St David's and Narbeth are all within easy reach, making The Cottage perfect for couples and families who want to escape the rat-race without being completely isolated. Short breaks available.
Prescelly View is perfect for holidays with family and friends. With 4,000 square feet of interior space together with a large garden, it can easily accommodate up to eight people in four bedrooms. The house enjoys wonderful views across the Pembrokeshire countryside to the Prescelli Hills and benefits from your own private indoor swimming pool and outdoor hot tub. Narberth, Tenby and Haverfordwest are all nearby as are beautiful beaches and attractions like Folly Farm and Oakwood Leisure Park.
Storws is a sympathetically converted one bedroom stone barn. A cosy retreat for a couple nestled in the countryside of this tranquil part of Pembrokeshire in Wales. Storws has a topsy-turvy layout with the living area upstairs and bedroom and ensuite bathroom downstairs. Storws has been designed to be comfortable and luxurious base for exploring the beauty of Pembrokeshire.
Enjoy the sound of silence in this peaceful holiday cottage near the Preseli Hills and Cardigan Bay. Cartws is one of three superb Felin Wrdan holiday cottages located in the quiet village of Eglwyswrw, a short drive from Newport, Poppit Sand, and at least a dozen other spectacular beaches. Walking, cycling, fishing, golf and horseriding are popular, as are local attractions like Folly Farm, the Blue Lagoon at Bluestone, and St David's Cathedral. Cartws sleeps four people in two bedrooms and is well-equipped for family and couple self-catering holidays in Pembrokeshire.
Stabal is a spacious one-bedroom holiday cottage. The beautifully converted barn has an upside-down layout with the living space on the top floor and the large bedroom and ensuite downstairs. Sleep soundly in the superking sized bed, unpack your clothes in the walk-in wardrobe, and soak your cares away in the deep bathtub. At night, you can watch the TV or light the log burner and gaze at the stars through the skylights without leaving the comfort of the sofa. You're only a ten-minute drive from the Pembrokeshire and Cardigan coastline, Preseli Hills, Newport and stunning beaches, and within easy reach of Tenby, St David's and Narbeth. The owners welcome self-catering holiday bookings all year round.
This contemporary lodge, located in a peaceful spot in a holiday park near Narberth, is the perfect 'getaway' to explore this stunning corner of Pembrokeshire. Sleeping four guests in two bedrooms, and also boasting a hot tub, The Maples is perfect for couples and friends. Spend your days walking in the hills or on the coast, explore the local beaches or soak up the history and heritage of the area. Bookings are available all year round and it is always a good time of year to visit this gorgeous spot!
A large detached holiday home perfectly positioned almost on the sea wall in Little Haven on the Pembrokeshire coast. Most of the rooms enjoy stunning sea views and this is a perfect place for a relaxing holiday by the sea with pubs within walking distance, fabulous coastal walks and beaches on the doorstep.
Pembrokeshire is a stunning place for a holiday. Whether you're a beach babe who loves surfing, swimming and sunbathing, or you love walking or cycling through lush countryside, you'll love it here. The Coach House is perfect for families and friends as it's within easy reach of dozens of beautiful beaches, fun attractions, and friendly towns and villages. There's a pub within walking distance, and Milford Haven is only a few miles away. The three-bedroom holiday home sleeps six people, and is child and dog-friendly. It's been refurbished to a very high standard and is available for bookings all year round.
Discover the joys of Pembrokeshire from this charming holiday cottage. The Barn is in the quiet hamlet of Honeyborough adjacent to the town of Neyland, a short walk from the pub and shops and just a few miles from Milford Haven. It's ideal for exploring the whole of the county as there is so much within easy reach. You can get to stunning beaches like Little Haven, Barafundle Bay and Freshwater West in under half an hour and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is just a 3 minute drive or 12 minute walk away so there's always a great choice for walking, fishing, swimming, surfing or coasteering. Also within 30 minutes or less are Tenby, Folly Farm, St David's Cathedral and Oakwood Theme Park. The cottage, which is child and dog friendly, sleeps four people in two bedrooms with a full sized single daybed for a fifth guest and is beautifully presented to appeal to couples and families.
Escape to the peace and beauty of West Wales in this eco-friendly self-catering Pembrokeshire holiday cottage. The Cow Shed sleeps up to six people in three bedrooms, with couples, families and friends enjoying beautiful views, a high standard of accommodation and a location only two miles from the beach at Newgale Sands. St Davids, Solva and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park are all within easy reach as are other popular attractions that include Folly Farm. Tourist board rating: 5 Star
This 3-bedroom cottage comfortably sleeps up to six people, making it ideal for couples, families and friends. The eco-friendly barn conversion is close to the Pembrokeshire National Park and only two miles from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Footpath and Newgale Sands. St David's, Solva and favourite attractions like Folly Farm are all within easy reach, and there is lots of choice of walking and cycling paths. The Grain Store is one of five beautiful properties at Asheston Eco-Barns which, when booked together, accommodate up to 29 people in luxury. Tourist board rating: 5 Star
Enjoy the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park from this very comfortable holiday cottage which sleeps up to four people in two lovely bedrooms. The former barn is only two miles from Newgale Sands and within easy reach of Solva, St David's, Tenby, Fishguard and the Preseli Mountains. The Barn is as perfect for those who love being outdoors and active as it is for people who enjoy historic sights, local markets and tasty food, or who simply want to relax in a luxurious setting. Tourist board rating: 5 Star
On its own, The Stables is ideal for families, but it can also be booked together with one or more of four other cottages at Asheston Eco Barns to accommodate groups of up to 29 people. The owners have focused on providing a high standard of accommodation with eco-friendly credentials that help protect the beauty of its countryside setting. The cottage is only two miles from Newgale Beach and close to Solva, St David's, Haverfordwest and some of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park's favourite sights and attractions. Tourist board rating: 5 Star
Let the kids roam in the 22 acres of fields and woodland that surround The Cart House. It is one of five eco-friendly Pembrokeshire holiday cottages on site, and has space for up to six people to sleep in three very comfortable bedrooms. The beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast is nearby, as are Solva, Haverfordwest and St Davids. There is always something beautiful to see or fun to do in Pembrokeshire, making it a fantastic year-round holiday destination for couples, families and friends. Tourist board rating: 5 Star
A lovely 17th Century Grade II listed farmhouse with six bedrooms providing 5 Star holiday accommodation with a wealth of features and very good facilities for family holidays including a games room, beautiful walled garden with a large heated glass enclosure and beach just a short stroll away. Whether you want to spend your days relaxing on the golden sands, surfing, walking or visiting the areas many attractions, this is an ideal self-catering base. Tourist board rating: 5 Star
If Glan-y-Werydd were any closer to Parrog Beach, you'd be paddling your toes while you eat your breakfast. But, of course, you can still do that if you want, as the beach and harbour are just over the front wall, separated from the house by the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. There's lots of room for up to eight people to sleep in four spacious bedrooms, with a layout that suits families and multi-generational families. Newport is less than a mile away, with superb cafes, shops, pubs and a Monday morning market accessible by foot or bicycle as well as by car.
A beautiful coastal holiday cottage with lots of character, The Boathouse sleeps five people in two bedrooms and is ideal for couples or families. The living room features a huge picture window with views down to Little Haven beach - just 30 seconds from the door - and a cosy log burner for cold weather. Three pubs and a cafe are within walking distance, with more amenities a mile away in neighbouring Broad Haven. Local attractions include St Davids Cathedral, Folly Farm and Skomer Island. The Boathouse has recently been refurbished and is available for bookings all year round.
Wake up to the sound of the sea, and take a short stroll to Manorbier Castle and the beach. The Sea Breeze Beach House is a unique idyllic coastal retreat for couples or solo travellers. The bespoke architect designed wooden eco studio has a sedum roof. It has a fresh uncluttered Scandinavian style with an open plan layout with a kitchenette, standard double bed, a sitting room area, and indoor dining table and chairs. The bifold doors open out onto a south facing private walled garden, where guests can enjoy dining alfresco on the patio, or relaxing on the sun loungers. It is a six minute walk to Manorbier beach, and Manorbier castle is only a three minute walk away. Manorbier is a charming coastal village situated on the award winning Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Manorbier castle overlooks the beach, there is a pub, hotel open to non residents, a cafe and a shop in the village. There is an hourly bus service Monday to Saturday to Tenby, fifteen minutes away if guests do not to use their car to go to Tenby. Guests can spend their days walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Footpath, exploring places like Tenby, Narberth, Haverfordwest and St Davids, and visiting attractions that include Caldey Island and Pembroke Castle. Play golf, go fishing, ride a bicycle, or learn to surf or paddle boarding the choice is yours! Alternatively, pour a drink and settle back on the sun lounger with a good book, relax and listen to the sound of the sea.
The way the owners have styled Soleil Couchant makes it feel more like a tropical hideaway than what is a very comfortable Pembrokeshire apartment. The spacious property sleeps up to six people in two bedrooms, with a private balcony and sole use of a heated swimming pool. The layout is excellent for couples or families and, with Tenby's beaches, the Pembrokeshire Coast Footpath, Folly Farm and so many favourite attractions within easy reach, it's always a popular self-catering choice in every season.
Popular towns in and around The Pembrokeshire Coast:Broad HavenCardiganFishguardHaverfordwestLetterstonLittle HavenMarloesMilford HavenMoylgroveNarberthNewportSolvaSt David'sSt DavidsTenbyTrefin
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You will find more than enough incredible places to stay when visiting Pembrokeshire. From the quiet seaside town of Broad Haven to the popular tourist town of Tenby, there is something for everyone here.
For anyone seeking a bustling market town, Haverfordwest is the perfect place to go. Its 12th-century castle also provides an excellent way to learn more about the history and heritage of the region.
If you’re looking for a relaxing break when visiting Pembrokeshire, a trip to Little Haven will do the trick. This quaint fishing town has much to offer from cosy pubs to raw rugged cliff edges. You get the best of Pembrokeshire's stunning coastline paired with plenty of culture and excellent eateries in Little Haven.
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Pembrokeshire displays a varied landscape comprising a rugged coastline, lush greenery and golden sandy shores. Having so much outdoor space to explore means that Pembrokeshire is the ideal place for all types of adventurers.
The county of Pembrokeshire enjoys pleasant summers with longer days and more sunshine. The days are relatively warm with average temperatures between 17°C and 20°C. Summer is a great time to relax on the many beaches here, or perhaps stroll through one of the beautiful towns along the coast.
Temperatures start to cool slightly during spring in Pembrokeshire, with averages of 9°C to 15°C. The cooler climate provides the perfect environment for anyone looking to get active when visiting. Try out cycling or hiking along the coastal paths or perhaps stroll along the beaches. Spring is also great for those hoping to avoid tourist crowds as it tends to be much quieter during this time.
Winter in Pembrokeshire displays colder temperatures, with shorter days and a higher chance of rainfall. Although, don't let this deter you from visiting as the crisp mornings and chance of snowfall make it a stunning winter wonderland, full of frosted landscapes and snow-capped hillsides. This is also a great time to visit for those looking to explore the Christmas markets or get wrapped up whilst you wander through the ancient towns scattered throughout the county.
Surrounded by the sea on three sides, the unique maritime county of Pembrokeshire sits in the West corner of Wales. It offers something for everyone, whether you are a wildlife enthusiast, a water sports fan or you simply want to experience idyllic scenes while relaxing on long coastal walks and pretty beaches.
With such a vast coastline, there is plenty to do in and around the sea. Take one of the many wildlife boat rides that go to Cardigan Island, Mwnt and Aberporth to catch a glimpse of the Bottlenose Dolphins that can be spotted in the area. Explore the coastline by kayak and get up close to the wildlife. Or visit Ramsey Island, a magical island popular with birdwatchers.
There are plenty of pastimes to enjoy at a gentler pace in Pembrokeshire. Golfers, horse riders, history seekers, castle lovers and arts, crafts and festival fans will find an abundance of activities and interesting places to entertain.
If you are travelling from one of the major cities in the UK, below shows an average distance to Pembrokeshire so you know what to expect when choosing to visit by car.
London: 242 miles
Birmingham: 209 miles
Glasgow: 408 miles
Liverpool: 194 miles
Bristol: 135 miles
Manchester: 213 miles
Leeds: 251 miles
Edinburgh: 411 miles
Newcastle: 407 miles
There are multiple ways to travel to Pembrokeshire. Its excellent public transport links in many of its towns and villages mean you can journey by train or bus from numerous major UK cities. If you travel by car, there are some great service stations to stop off and rest up whilst on your trip, as well as alternative routes depending on what roads you prefer to drive on.
Pembrokeshire is a county of many wonders and an area of outstanding beauty rich in diversity. From sand dunes to dramatic volcanic headlands, and gently rolling pastures to cascading streams, scenic treasures abound.
Having been rated by National Geographic magazine as the second-best coastline in the world, Pembrokeshire is one place worth visiting. The region displays breathtaking sandy shores with beautiful towns dotted along the coastline, excellent for those seeking to explore some authentic Welsh settlements.
Pembrokeshire’s coastline stretches an impressive 420km, providing plenty of space for all to enjoy. Whether you’re looking to walk along the coastal path, or simply relax on the white sandy shores, there is something for everyone when visiting here. This is the perfect place for the whole family to enjoy some of the best scenery that the UK has to offer.
Pembrokeshire is mainly known for its impressive coastline. Alongside its beautiful shoreline, Pembrokeshire is also well known for its outstanding natural beauty and excellent towns. Places like Tenby have attracted tourists for many years, making it a particularly popular spot for all types of holidaymakers.
There are several amazing places in Pembrokeshire, making it difficult to narrow it down to one. With attractions like Abereiddy Blue Lagoon, Newgale Beach, Skomer Island and much more all providing attractive scenery and impressive wildlife, there is a lot to see and do here.
The national park boasts amazing hiking routes, excellent landscapes and beautiful coastal vistas, making Pembrokeshire a favoured destination for many. Determining the best part of the region depends on what you’re looking for. With towns boasting great shops, bars and restaurants and natural beauty everywhere you look, you will find yourself needing more time to see all of stunning Pembrokeshire.
Offering several seaside resorts, incredible sandy shores and being Britain's only coastal national park makes Pembrokeshire an excellent choice for a family holiday.
Spend your days wandering around the little shops in the coastal towns, build sandcastles at the beach or swim, surf and bodyboard in the crystal clear waters - the list is endless for things to do with the whole family in Pembrokeshire!