Welcome to our selection of Pembrokeshire Holiday Cottages.
With over 150 holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire, we have a great selection to choose from.
Select a coastal cottage to enjoy one of our award winning Pembrokeshire beaches or head inland and discover the Preseli Hills.
We have holiday cottages in all corners of Pembrokeshire and don't forget if you have any questions or queries about our cottages - just pick up the telephone and call one of our local friendly advisors on 01239 821 910, they will be happy to help.
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A traditional stone built farmhouse dating back to the 17th Century.
Situated in the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park, this spacious detached farmhouse makes an ideal holiday retreat. Built from local stone over 200 years ago, it has been sympathetically renovated for modern living whilst still retaining much of its original character. It is set down a private country lane making it a peaceful getaway destination.
There are several beaches and access to the Coastal path is all within a few minutes drive.
There is a gym in an adjacent outbuilding for guests use.
This beautifully converted granary holiday accommodation is situated along a quiet country lane close to the village of St Ishmaels, on the stunning Dale peninsula.
The Granary has been converted with skill and imagination to enhance all its original character.
There are numerous coves and sandy beaches along this stretch of rugged coast and both the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and Puffin Shuttle coastal bus are readily accessible.
Monk Haven beach and the tiny church of St Ishmaels are just a short walk.
Dale Beach (excellent sailing), Musselwick Sands (access from the Coastal Path), Martins Haven (boat trips to Skomer Island Nature Reserve) and Marloes Sands (a superb crescent of golden sand with beautiful rocky outcrops and wonderful cliffs) are all close-by.
Originally a Granary and built over 150 years ago, this old stone building has recently been converted into an extremely comfortable holiday cottage.
GYM now available for guests!
Many of the original features still remain. There are massive exterior stone steps (as well as an internal staircase), vaulted beamed ceilings and stone walls all enhancing the character of the property.
Winding country lanes lead to the property, which is within easy reach of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, several small coves and excellent beaches.
Guests are welcome to enjoy the freedom of the farm and woodland walks surrounding the cottage.
This pretty pink holiday cottage is in the old fishing village and harbour of Lower Town, Fishguard.
The cottage is just a few minutes walk from the quay and slipway, where there are excellent launching facilities for sailors, windsurfers etc. Local fishermen often provide fishing trips for those who wish to catch their supper or you can go and listen to tales of "the one that got away" in the local pub (The Ship Inn).
A walk up the hill leads you to Fishguard town which has a good selection of pubs, eateries, shops and galleries. Newport, St Davids, Porthgain, Strumble Head and Abereiddy are all close by.
The cottage is also ideally situated for the keen walkers (the coastal bus passes through the village) and is close to the beautiful and spectacular Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and the Gwaun Valley.
This pretty stone cottage is situated at the edge of the small village of Dinas in north Pembrokeshire and is within easy walking distance of the small cove at Aberbach. There is a lovely walk down to the beach through the lane close by. It has been approved for walking and cycling by the welsh tourist board.
It is also close to Pwllgwaelod beach, from where one can walk around the spectacular Dinas Island headland to the little beach at Cwm Yr Eglwys. For those who prefer hill walking, the heart of the Preseli Hills with their famous blue stones is just a few minutes drive away.
This holiday cottage has easy access and spacious accommodation, double glazing and full central heating, ideal for a couple or small family.
On the opposite side of the road is an acre of ground for your use, with summer house, large fishpond and a woodland garden with fir trees, rhododendrons, camellias and a variety of flowering shrubs. Garden furniture is also provided.
This comfortable and welcoming courtyard holiday house is situated within a renovated old farm square on a quiet lane on the edge of the village, but within walking distance of the many attractions of Solva - a picturesque coastal village with harbour within the Pembrokeshire National Park.
This ideally placed accommodation is a great starting point for walks along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and for exploration of surrounding areas, including St Davids and the Islands of Skomer and Ramsey.
There are several pubs and restaurants in Solva which provide meals - seafood being very popular.
Nestling at the foot of Carningli Mountain, the property has panoramic views of Newport Bay and the north Pembrokeshire coast.
The house is set on a rural hillside amidst peacefully grazing sheep. It is an ideal location for those requiring peace and tranquility, yet wishing to be close to the facilities of the small bustling seaside town of Newport which has a good selection of eateries, 3 pubs and some lovely individual and traditional shops.
The Coastal Path is about a mile away and offers 186 miles of spectacularly good walking!
This character holiday cottage is situated along a country lane surrounded by open countryside, and is an ideal central location for exploring the wealth of sandy beaches and rugged coastline on the beautiful St. Davids peninsula in Pembrokeshire.
There are many interesting boat trips to the offshore islands, where the Atlantic grey seal is sighted regularly and, nestling on the crevices of the cliff tops are the razorbills, kittiwakes and guillemots.
This traditional and very spacious stone built farmhouse accommodation has panoramic views of the Preseli Hills and is just a mile from both Moylegrove and Newport Sands which is popular for windsurfing, sailing, rockpooling, swimming, sunbathing and walking.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is nearby (and the coastal bus passes the end of the drive - all you need to do is flag it down). Newport, the pearl of the Pembrokeshire coast, has some great pubs and superb restaurants, galleries and individual shops.
Ceibwr Bay is also well worth a visit, there is a small quiet pebble beach here and seals are often spotted swimming along this part of the coast.
There is also an excellent 18 hole links golf course just above Newport Sands which enjoys glorious panoramic views of the beach and Newport.
The hamlet of Iet-y-Bontpren is located on the edge of Dinas between Newport and Fishguard with the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path at the foot of the hill, close to the imposing seascape of Dinas Head and the family beaches at Cwm-Y-Eglwys and Pwllgwaelod.
The holiday cottage has been approved for walking and cycling by the Welsh tourist board.
Located in half an acre - with lawn, garden table and chairs, a natural spring and streams - in a woodland setting, the garden has rhododendrons, camellias, and a variety of flowering shrubs, with a large enclosed fishpond.
Tucked away in the hillside near the coast overlooking the Teifi Estuary in St Dogmaels and just a few minutes walk from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
This cosy holiday cottage for two offers a peaceful retreat. St Dogmaels is a fishing village which also boasts the ruins of a 12th century Abbey, a working water driven flour mill and a choice of restaurants and pubs.
Poppit Sands at the mouth of the Estuary provides the opportunity for a range of water sports. Horse riding and an 18 hole golf course are within 5 miles.
Particular care and attention has been paid to the restoration of this traditional Pembrokeshire cottage which now provides a high standard of comfortable holiday accommodation.
Within walking distance of the delightful beaches at Cwm yr Eglwys and Pwllgwaelod, this semi-detached National Trust owned farm house offers peace, seclusion and a near perfect location on a working farm in north Pembrokeshire.
The traditional slate fronted farm house is situated in a sheltered position on Dinas Island and the walk around the island (actually a promontory headland) is part of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and has been awarded the AA Walk of the Year numerous times and featured in The Times 20 Great British Walks.
Every effort has been made to ensure that your stay will be comfortable and welcoming. There is an excellent pub "The Old Sailors" with restaurant overlooking the beach and nearby, in the village, a further selection of pubs and village shops. Fresh hot bread, cakes and "home cooked ready meals" are available daily from the farmhouse.
This charming detached holiday bungalow in St Dogmaels provides an ideal base for a holiday in north Pembrokeshire.
The sunny patio with stainless steel and toughened glass screen to the rear of the cottage has sweeping views of the River Teifi as it winds toward the Estuary and makes a lovely place to sit and relax.
The village amenities are all within walking distance and a short evening stroll takes you to the jetty.
Nearby is Poppit Sands and there is also a lovely walk along the river tow path to the centre of St Dogmaels and then by pavement to Cardigan.
Enjoying a peaceful location within the beautiful the Gwaun Valley in Pembrokeshire and under the watchful gaze of the mystical Preseli Mountains, this end of terrace 2 storey holiday cottage provides excellent character accommodation minutes away from the breathtaking Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, judged by National Geographic as the second best coastal destination in the world.
There are numerous cliff top walks, secluded coves, sandy beaches and bays within a 10 minute drive and a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs can also be found. Nearby in the Gwaun Valley is "Bessie's Pub", where real ales are served from the local Gwaun Brewery and you will receive a warm Welsh welcome.
All cottages extensively renovated and maintained in excellent state of decor. The grounds have open play areas, grassy trails and tree-lined paths leading to picnic spots and viewpoints.
Within easy walking distance of the village of Llanychaer, our 'local' the Bridgend Inn and just 2 1/2 miles from Fishguard in north Pembrokeshire, this single storey, mid terrace stone cottage provides a delightful base for a relaxing and memorable holiday exploring the delights of the stunning Pembrokeshire coast, the scenic Gwaun Valley and the magical Preseli Mountains.
You will be spoilt for choice between magnificent castles, ancient stone forts, burial chambers, scenic walks, sandy beaches, outdoor pursuits, horse riding, nature trails, coast paths and mountain walks to name a few.
The holiday cottage is extensively renovated and maintained in excellent state of decor.
The grounds have open play areas, grassy trails and tree-lined paths leading to picnic spots and viewpoints.
There is a private patio facing the sun and with chairs and picnic table.
Set against the stunning views of the historical and sacred Preseli Mountains, the source of the bluestones of Stonehenge, this delightful single storey end of terrace stone character cottage enjoys a peaceful and rural setting within 10 minutes of all that you could possibly want from a Pembrokeshire holiday.
There is a selection of sandy beaches and secret smugglers coves, the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with its dramatic scenery, sweeping woodlands lining the beautiful Gwaun Valley, the Preseli Hills with their Iron Age fortresses, Neolithic burial chambers and an ever changing kaleidoscope of flora and fauna.
The grounds have grassy trails and tree-lined paths leading to picnic spots and viewpoints. Excellent walks in the Gwaun Valley (from 1/2hr - 2hrs plus) without having to take the car- starting or ending up in the local pubs- the Bridgend Inn and Bessies.
This large stone three storey house on Newport Parrog in Pembrokeshire makes a perfect place for a holiday.
From the house there are terrific views over the Estuary and Newport Sands and the Coastal Path can literally be joined just outside the front door.
The Parrog beach is a great favourite with children and boating enthusiasts and provides the ideal location from which to enjoy the superb sunsets. Nearby in the village is a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants.
Enjoying a rural position on the dramatic moorland at Trefasser approaching Pwll Deri and Strumble Head and situated in the Pembrokeshire National Park, this attractive cottage enjoys a large garden with stream and lovely views. The holiday cottage is full of character and retains the traditional feel of a local period Pembrokeshire Cottage but with all modern comforts.
It is situated less than a mile from the sea and is close to Coastal Path walks with an abundance of birds and wildlife. The coastal walkers bus can be flagged down outside the cottage. Fishguard, Goodwick and St Davids are within an easy drive with Art Galleries, Shops, Pubs and Restaurants all available.
Within a few minutes walk of the coastline and enjoying a convenient position in Newport Pembrokeshire, this cosy stone terraced holiday cottage makes an ideal holiday base.
Newport sits snugly at the foot of Carningli mountain, which, if you climb it, will provide the most stunning views of Newport Bay and beyond. Occasionally the peak of Snowdonia can seen from the summit.
There are two beaches within walking distance and numerous restaurants, hostelries and galleries.
Situated equidistant between Pembroke, which is steeped in history, with its magnificent Norman Castle, and Pembroke Dock with its maritime and seaplane history, This apartment in Cosheston makes a great base for a Pembrokeshire holiday.
The apartment is one of two adjacent to the owner's home and set within two acres of grass and woodland. There are some steep banks so please be careful when exploring.
There are several beaches within a few minutes drive including Barafundle Bay (voted Britain's most beautiful beach 2006) and Broad Haven South.
The local pub (The Brewery Inn) serves a selection of real ales and has a good varied menu to choose from.
This attractive holiday apartment provides comfortable accommodation in a quiet location in Cosheston, Pembrokeshire.
Just a mile and a half away from Pembroke with its magnificent castle and Pembroke Dock with a thriving port and daily ferry to Ireland. Each of the towns has a range of individual shops, galleries and eateries to tempt you.
There are some terrific walks within a short distance of the property and a large selection of beaches close by. Freshwater East Beach is 5 miles away while Feshwater West beach (10 miles) enjoys great surfing action. Tenby is 8 miles and is a good destination for a day out. Bosherston Lily Ponds have a fabulous circular walk to the beach at Broad Haven South.
The 2000 acre Stackpole Estate (near Bosherston) is owned and run by the National Trust and includes some spectacular coast and countryside. Barafundle Beach (voted the most beautiful in the UK in 2005) is also just a short drive away.
This spacious and comfortable property situated in the village of Templeton is centrally placed for exploring Pembrokeshire.
Narberth, an old market town, is 3 miles away and offers an excellent range of art galleries, delicatessens and gift shops. The seaside resorts of Saundersfoot and Amroth are just 4 miles away and Tenby 7 miles.
The leisure centres of Folly Farm, Oakwood, and Bluestone, together with golf, walking, fishing, and horse-riding present attractions for all ages within a two mile radius of the accommodation. There is a friendly local pub serving good food just five minutes walk from the property.
The owners of Barn Court holiday cottages will provide a warm welcome.
This large semi detached three storey house is in the village of Dinas, between Fishguard and Newport in north Pembrokeshire. Pwllgwaelod and Cwm yr Eglwys beaches are both within walking distance and Newport sands a little further.
Dinas has two pubs, a stunningly located beachside fish restaurant and bar, a fish and chip shop, two village stores and a park with children's play equipment. Fishguard and Newport are both slightly larger towns and offer more shops, restaurants, galleries and eateries.
Situated in the pleasant hamlet of Square and Compass, between Fishguard and St Davids, this very comfortable and spacious 5 star holiday property is set in over a half acre of private grounds and within 100 yards of a well-stocked convenience store and the local pub (which serves good food).
Some of the rooms have views of the sea. This is a perfect location from which to explore the rugged Pembrokeshire coast and there are numerous sandy beaches, harbours and coves within 5 miles - Newgale, Abereiddy, Porthgain, Trethllyn, Abercastle, The Blue Lagoon and Whitesands to name just a few.
Situated close to Pwllderi - one of the most beautiful stretches of the Pembrokeshire coastline on Strumble Head, this delightful Five Star holiday cottage, part of the original farmhouse predating 1795, makes a perfect holiday base.
Goodwick is just over 3 miles away and Fishguard a little further, both have a good selection of shops, galleries and places to eat. There are numerous beaches and coves along this stretch of the coast and it is a great place to dolphin and seal watch.
Abermawr beach is about 2 miles and Strumble Head Lighthouse about a mile.
The cottage has recently been totally refurbished carefully and it retains its original character. A bridle/footpath leads you to the coast.
Nestling under Garnfawr, a huge rocky outcrop above Pwllderi in Pembrokeshire from the top of which you can see to St Davids, the Preseli Hills and even Ireland on a very clear day. Strumble Head is stunningly beautiful and a great place for walking and watching wildlife.
St Davids and Newport are within a half hour drive and well worth visiting. There are 186 miles of coastal path to enjoy and the coastal bus service passes close by. You can walk right from the house along the bridle/footpath to the coast if you prefer.
The Farmhouse dates back to 1795 and has been sympathetically restored.
This delightful single storey stone holiday barn provides comfortable accommodation and is situated along a quiet country road just a few minutes walk from the beach at Sandy Haven and the Pembrokeshire coast path.
Situated in 40 acres of farmland (no animals), the property enjoys beautiful rural views and sea glimpses and has a delightful walled garden for your use.
St Ishmaels, Dale, Milford Haven and Broad Haven are all easy to get to from the cottage.
The coastline close-by is spectacular with lovely beaches at Dale, Marloes and Musselwick as well as the famous bird islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm.
Enjoying a pleasant location high above St Dogmaels in Pembrokeshire with views of the river Teifi towards Cardigan and the ruins of St Dogmaels Abbey, this delightful holiday cottage makes a great retreat for couples or a small family.
The coastal path is easily accessed and the beaches of Poppit Sands and Ceibwr are a short drive or a good walk away. The village is a short walk and has 3 pubs, a village shop and a wonderful estuary walk to Cardigan.
The cottage has been carefully and thoughtfully restored over the last few years.
Black Rock Boathouse provides a wonderful holiday location right on the water front at Dale beach in Pembrokeshire.
Dale is famous for it's watersports with sailing and windsurfing being very popular here. At the end of the bay is St Anne's Head with a lighthouse that guides shipping into Milford Haven Waterway.
Marloes beach is close by and you can take a boat trip from Martins Haven to the bird islands of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm where you will see numerous breeds including Puffins, Gannets, Shearwaters and Choughs. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is right outside the property and begs to be walked.
The Griffin pub (some 500 meters walk) serves good food and has a good selection of drinks on offer. Check with cottage owner for seasonal closures.
Situated opposite the beach at Broad Haven in Pembrokeshire, this first and second floor maisonette accommodation in a converted coach house provides an ideal holiday location; just over the road from the beach and close to the village amenities. Hafod has been completely renovated with new kitchen, bathrooms and all new furnishings.
The golden sands of Broad Haven beach stretch for about half a mile and at low tide you can walk around to the next bay at Little Haven. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is easily accessible and the property overlooks a nature reserve inhabited by various species of bird and wildlife.
This award winning contemporary holiday property sits on the hillside in Goodwick overlooking Fishguard Bay and the Preseli hills enjoying fabulous Pembrokeshire views. It is close to the shops, restaurants, pubs, harbour and seafront and yet is within easy walking distance of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The coastal bus service also passes conveniently close by.
Strumble head with its spectacular cliff top location, views over the Irish Sea and bird observatory are within a short driving distance. This property makes an ideal base from which to enjoy everything fabulous Pembrokeshire has to offer and the nearby towns of Fishguard, Newport and St Davids.
The property is tastefully furnished and equipped to an extremely high standard. Original artwork by local artists are displayed throughout the property.
This architect designed holiday house in Pembroke has an impressive barn like 36' living area is comfortably furnished in a contemporary style and is wifi enabled.
The property overlooks a pleasant park known as the "commons", adjoins the historic town walls and is some 200m from Pembroke Castle. It is conveniently located for all the restaurants, shops and supermarkets on Main Street.
The property provides a superb base for visiting all of Pembrokeshire including Barafundle beach 5 miles away, walking the Pembrokeshire Coastal path (which passes through the town), and enjoying the numerous attractions and activities of the area.
The coastal cruiser walkers' bus service passes nearby and there is a train station with trains to Tenby, Swansea and beyond.
Granston Holiday Cottage is situated on a quiet country lane between St Davids and Fishguard in Pembrokeshire, and close to the spectacular headland of Strumble Head. This is a 200 year old lime-washed cottage and is an ideal base for a holiday.
The Strumble Shuttle Coastal Bus passes the cottage and is a 'hail and ride' service which enables you to visit the many coves and bays along this stretch of coastline and to walk different sections of the coastal path as well as calling in at Fishguard and St Davids, both of which have a good selection of restaurants and shops.
Tregwynt Woollen Mill, famous for its fabulous blankets, throws and unique handbags is close by as are a variety of crafts and artist studios.
This delightful hideaway accommodation is perfect for a couple (or a small family) it enjoys a superb location with stunning uninterrupted views of Cardigan Bay and Island from most rooms. It is tucked down a private lane, set in 6 acres of land and is about as secluded as you can get with a lockable door leading through the hedge to the bungalow.
If you can tear yourself away from the view; Poppit sands is a half mile walk and is the start point of the Pembrokeshire coastal path.St Dogmaels village is about 2 miles and Cardigan about 4. There is a pub which serves food about a mile away.
This very comfortable detached bungalow accommodation is situated in its own large garden in 800 acres of farmland within the Pembrokeshire National Park.
The coastal path is just three miles away and offers over 186 miles of glorious scenery and walking. Newgale beach is great for surfing or just walking and Solva Harbour is stunning at any time of the year.
St Davids, Britain's smallest city boasts a beautiful cathedral nestled in a valley beside the ruins of the Bishop's Palace. There are numerous individual arts and crafts galleries as well as some excellent eateries close by.
Star Mill in Pembrokeshire is a spacious detached holiday property enjoying an idyllic location in this tiny village which is a perfect base for exploring the three counties of Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Cardiganshire.
There are some fantastic walks right from the front door and the Preseli Hills, numerous beaches such as Newport, Poppit and Mwnt and the all Wales coastal path are within easy reach.
Newcastle Emlyn, Crymych, Boncath and Tegryn are all close by and offer a good selection of individual shops and welcoming pubs.
A fabulous three storey Georgian farm house in Pembrokeshire with views of the rolling countryside yet only a few minute's drive from the coast, and the beach at Newgale, (approx 3 miles).
The spacious gardens around the property have ample room for children to play and to the rear of the garden there is wooden garden room which contains a Hot Tub. There is also free coarse fishing from Spring 2014.
This large farm house accommodation (which adjoins the owner's cottage), is ideal for large families and perfect for groups of friends wishing to holiday together in peace and seclusion. It is just a short distance from St Davids, Haverfordwest and Fishguard, which makes it an ideal location for days out exploring different areas.
A small party discount is offered during the low season - please ask.
This comfortable and cosy traditional crog loft holiday cottage enjoys a lovely location near Pwllderi and is just a few hundred yards from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
The detached natural stone and colour washed cottage enjoys privacy and seclusion and makes an ideal retreat for those wishing to have a completely quiet break away from it all.
There is a large, completely enclosed lawned garden to the rear of the cottage with garden furniture. In the garden there is a cedar summer house which is furnished with an upholstered cane suite and table.
Overlooking the beach at Freshwater East in Pembrokeshire, this delightful detached timber clad beach house accommodation makes a very relaxing holiday destination. The views are stunning and the location second to none.
There are numerous coves and bays to explore; Swanlake Bay and Manorbier beach just a little farther along the Coastal Path.
Tenby and Saundersfoot are a short drive away.
You may not want to leave the house at all during your holiday but, if you did, there is a pub just 5 minutes walk up the path, which serves good food.
Tucked away in the little valley of Dwrbach in north Pembrokeshire, this single storey barn has been converted from an old traditional stone cart house into a lovely holiday cottage.
The owners, who live nearby, have taken great care making this into a luxury cottage, which is ideal for romantic breaks and those looking for home from home comforts.
The cottage is within a few minutes drive of the market town of Fishguard, also several nearby beaches, the bird observatory at Strumble Head and several points of access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
The Parrog apartment is on the Pembrokeshire coastal path only feet from the sea and certainly has the wow factor. Being located in the National Park ensures that the landscape is unspoiled.
Set over two floors, bay windows allow uninterrupted views of Newport Bay, the sea, headland and beach. Seals and otters are frequently seen out of the window, giving a feeling of being close to nature.
The town of Newport is within easy walking distance and has much to offer; a Norman castle and church, hotels, coffee shops, pubs, restaurants and takeaways. There is a butcher, baker, fishmonger, whole-food shop as well as art and craft galleries and a lively street market on (most) Mondays. Nearby you can also enjoy golf, horse riding, kayaking, sailing and birdwatching on the Nevern estuary - a protected sanctuary.
The owners have taken great care to create a contemporary interior which is both aesthetically pleasing and comfortable.
Even on the stormiest winter's day or the calmest summer's day you are guaranteed wonderful, ever-changing sea views from this spacious holiday house, which sits at the top of the hill overlooking the old fishing harbour in north Pembrokeshire.
The house is large and spacious and has been renovated to a high standard whilst maintaining its original character and charm. It is also conveniently located, being just a few minutes walk to the local shops, pubs and restaurants.
Strumble Head is one of the most dramatic stretches of coastline in Pembrokeshire, the rugged coastline is the closest point to Ireland and there is easy access on to the 180-mile Coastal Path within easy walking distance of this holiday cottage.
The area is well-known as a haven for rare birds, wild flowers and seals, all can be seen from the observatory on the headland.
There are a selection of beaches within a few minutes drive of the property with the smugglers coves of Abermawr and Aberbach being amongst the two nearest.
The cottage has been beautifully restored and decorated to the highest standard with every modern convenience and a sympathetic eye to its origins.
Situated less than a mile from the beautiful child friendly Newport Sands on the Moylegrove Road, this renovated Pembrokeshire holiday cottage on one level with its secluded lawned garden has much to offer.
It is to be found just two miles from Newport village set in a rural location in a hamlet of just three cottages.
For walkers there is the scenic coastal path (the Poppit Rocket coastal walkers bus passes the cottage) and Carningli Mountain to climb for the more energetic. Newport has an excellent range of eateries, pubs, galleries and shops.
Ty Fferm is a pretty colour washed farmhouse cottage just three quarters of a mile from the beach at Parrog in Newport and many other 'secret' coves and bays on the north Pembrokeshire coast - some accessible only by footpaths.
This newly renovated semi-detached holiday cottage offers comfortable character accommodation all year round. The cottage is situated at the foot of Carn Ingli Mountain on a small working farm with the farmer living next door.
Newport has a good selection of pubs, cafes, restaurants and village shops, within walking distance. Fresh hot bread, cakes and "ready meals" are available daily from the owner's daughter in law.
This delightful newly converted stone barn is situated on a small farm within walking distance of the village of Newport and the beaches of Parrog and Aber Rhigian; both of which are on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
Newport is filled with stone and colour washed cottages, making it very picturesque. There are several pubs, cafes, shops and galleries in the village. Nestling in at the foot of Carn Ingli mountain overlooking Newport Bay, this property really does occupy a great location. Available locally are golf, fishing, bike hire, walking, horse riding and boating facilities.
The owner has renovated the building with thought and care, including access for wheelchair users and a "drive in shower". Fresh hot bread, cakes and "ready meals" are available daily from the owner's daughter in law.
In the low season weeks, the owner is happy to offer a reduction for small parties - maximum of 2 bedrooms to be used. Please speak to one of our operators on 01239 820 910 for further information.
This comfortable semi-detached stone holiday cottage is situated in the village of Templeton, Pembrokeshire. Narberth is nearby and offers an excellent range of art galleries, delicatessens and individual shops.
Saundersfoot and Amroth are just 4 miles away and Tenby 7 miles, all have superb beaches and plenty of attractions for all ages. There is a friendly pub (The Boars Head Inn) which serves good food just 5 minutes walk from the cottage.
The cottage offers lovely accommodation in a convenient location and the owners will provide you with a warm welcome.
A delightful converted Malt House situated in 800 acres of farmland within the Pembrokeshire National Park.
The owners have lovingly restored the original walled garden of just over a third of an acre, and planted it with a superb range of cottage garden plants.
There is a tiny church just a few yards from the cottage making this a very appealing location for a relaxing holiday. The Coastal Path is just three miles away and offers over 186 miles of stunning scenery and walking.
Ty Cariad is situated just half a mile from Newport village in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park, this semi detached holiday cottage with reversed accommodation, makes an ideal retreat for two or three persons.
The seaside village of Newport is very attractive and has several pubs, restaurants, craft shops and galleries. Newport beach and various secluded coves are dotted along the coastline waiting to be explored and the coastal bus service can be caught at the end of the farm lane.
Riding stables at the next door farm. At any time of the year, this cottage will provide a cosy and welcoming base. Fresh hot bread, cakes and "ready meals" are available daily from the owner's daughter in law.
This spacious and comfortable detached stone property is situated in the village of Templeton in Pembrokeshire.
Narberth is nearby and offers an excellent range of art galleries, delicatessens and individual shops. The seaside resorts of Saundersfoot and Amroth are just 4 miles away and Tenby is 7 miles, with plenty of attractions in the area to suit all ages.
Templeton has a friendly local pub serving good food which is just a 5 minutes walk from the holiday cottage.
The cottage offers lovely accommodation in a convenient location and the owners will provide a warm welcome.
This delightful stone barn conversion in Pembrokeshire is tucked away in the hamlet of Rhoslannog near St Davids and close to Aberbach and Abermawr beaches. It makes a perfect base for relaxing holiday and is just a few minutes drive from the sandy bottomed harbour of Abercastle.
There is a footpath leading from the cottage to the beach at Abercastle where there is access to the 186 miles of Coastal Path where one can enjoy exhilarating walks along the dramatic coastline that the St. David's peninsula offers.
Porthgain Harbour with its wonderful maritime history and picturesque port, Whitesands beach, considered by many to be one of Pembrokeshire's finest beaches, and Abereiddi with the famous Blue Lagoon are all close by.
This semi-detached bungalow in Pembrokeshire enjoys a quiet location in a cul-de-sac, yet within walking distance (500 yards) of the city centre of St David's. The cathedral and lots of individual shops, galleries, excellent eateries and pubs in Britain's smallest city are all within walking distance.
The Cathedral is hidden in the valley beside the magnificent Bishop's Palace ruins. Close-by there are many beaches and coves including Caerfai which is just a mile away.
Not to be missed are the beaches of Whitesands and Abereiddi and a trip to the bird islands on one of the informative guided trips in a fast inflatable boat - these are offered locally.
This property enjoys a great location for exploring North Pembrokeshire.
Just off the Parrog Road this large newly built double-fronted detached holiday house enjoys a quiet position and offers very high quality accommodation in Newport Pembrokeshire.
There are also superb sea-views from the upstairs (over the roof of a neighbouring bungalow) and Parrog beach is just a 10 minute walk from the property and the Coastal Path.
Newport is considered the Pearl of the Pembrokeshire coastline and it is easy to see why - as it offers two beaches in an idyllic setting at the foot of Carningli Mountain with a Norman castle and church nestled on the hillside. Newport also offers an excellent range of small individual shops, galleries, restaurants and pubs - catering for your every need.
Ideally situated in the very heart of Pembrokeshire, this semi-detached whitewashed former Tilery has been finished to a very high standard.
The holiday cottage is surrounded by open rolling countryside and yet it is a short drive to Haverfordwest, Newgale and Broad Haven. Scolton Manor is close by and offers a great day out for all the family.
Llys y Fran Country Park, Preseli Hills, Oakwood and, of course, the beaches and Coastal Path of Pembrokeshire are all within a half hour drive of the cottage. There is a choice of several pubs approximately one and a half miles away.
Situated back along a quiet alley in Fishguard on the north Pembrokeshire coast, this very spacious former school hall has been renovated, decorated and furnished with great care, retaining the original school windows which stretch from the ground to top floor.
Fishguard is a thriving seaside town with various galleries, restaurants; individual shops a modern leisure centre and a selection of pubs all with a few minutes walk. There are two harbours - the picturesque old fishing harbour at Lower Town and the Irish Ferry harbour at Goodwick.
There is also a small beach at Goodwick backed by a play area for children and a sea school. Newport and St Davids are both a short drive away.
Mae'r Bwthyn neilltuedig hyfryd yma mewn lleoliad arbennig ar odre Mynyddoedd y Preseli. Lle delfrydol i'r rhai sydd yn ceisio llonyddwch. Croeso Cynnes.
This former shepherd's cottage snuggles in a cluster of protective trees completely alone in the midst of the Preseli Hills in Pembrokeshire. Within sight of the holiday cottage is the hill of Carn Meini where the famous bluestones used at Stonehenge came from and the seventy foot stone circle at Gors Fawr.
If you are seeking total peace and seclusion with the benefits of a sympathetic renovation of an idyllic traditional cottage, this is for you.
A track leads from the mountain road to the cottage which has a protective shroud of trees behind and a stone wall in front.
Within walking distance of the sea at the Parrog in Goodwick north Pembrokeshire, this large semi detached holiday cottage offers very spacious accommodation for families or groups of friends.
The village of Goodwick has several nice eateries, 3 pubs and a few village shops. Fishguard is close-by and offers a larger selection of shops, restaurants, galleries and a theatre.
The Coastal Path is readily accessed from the property and there is a good bus service from Goodwick and the train station is just a 2 minute walk, so you don't really need to have a car at all. The Irish Ferry, which makes a great day trip, is within walking distance and there are numerous attractions and places of interest to visit in the locality.
This comfortable and cosy end of terrace holiday cottage is situated in the tiny hamlet of Carew Cheriton in Pembrokeshire. Overlooking the 14th Century church, this cottage has lovely views and there is also a stream running through the hamlet to complete this country setting.
Ten minutes walk away, set in the tranquil and beautiful surroundings of the upper reaches of the Cleddau River, is Carew Castle, Celtic Cross and Tidal Mill which comprises one of the most picturesque settings in the county. Award winning Barafundle Bay, Broad Haven South, Tenby, Saundersfoot and Manorbier beaches are all within easy driving distance.
There is a local farm shop with an excellent butchery within walking distance as well as the Carew Inn and the Milton Brewery. This cottage is ideally situated to explore the stunning Pembrokeshire coast and countryside.
This delightful holiday cottage enjoys an idyllic situation bordered by a babbling brook in the grounds of the owner's farmhouse at Jeffreyston in Pembrokeshire.
Tenby (5 miles), Amroth (6 miles) and Saundersfoot (5 miles) are all within easy reach as is the bohemian town of Narberth (8 miles) which boasts a fantastic array of individual craft workshops, delicatessens, galleries and eateries. The Coastal Path is easily accessible from the previously mentioned beaches and the coastal scenery is magnificent.
This spacious cottage for two is ideal for couples wanting a peaceful and relaxing retreat but within easy reach of everything. There is a pub half a mile in Jeffreyston or Broadmoor.
Cable Cottage is a truly unique property in a superb north Pembrokeshire cliff top location. It was originally one of the tiny stone cable huts used when telephone cables were first laid across the Atlantic. The local owners have taken great care when renovating the cottage to retain the character and charm throughout. The holiday cottage is extremely well appointed, which is apparent immediately upon entry.
It is an exceptional location commanding spectacular panoramic sea views over Fishguard Harbour, out towards the Irish Sea and along the dramatic coastline towards Dinas Head.
Guests will enjoy walking the Coastal Path which is just one field away, and can be approached through the owner's farmland below the cottage. This is an excellent base to explore a selection of sandy beaches and coves which are renowned for some of the best swimming and surfing in the County.
Stunning, ever changing sea views over Lower Town harbour and Fishguard Bay can be enjoyed from this fantastic holiday property which is ideally situated in a quiet location in the town of Fishguard, north Pembrokeshire.
Fishguard has a good selection of places to eat and drink and a good variety of small shops selling most things you could possibly need. The Coastal Path is literally at the end of the garden and there is a good bus service for walkers.
The former drill hall has been very carefully converted to provide superb accommodation.
Enjoying a rural location between Solva Harbour and Newgale beach in Pembrokeshire, this newly converted barn provides excellent holiday accommodation.
The coastline on the St Davids Peninsula and around St Brides Bay is superb and the Coastal Path readily accessible at many points.
There are opportunities to take a trip to the offshore islands of Ramsay, Skomer and Skokholm close by. Solva and St Davids have a good selection of pubs, restaurants and interesting galleries and shops.
This spacious, newly renovated holiday property enjoys a convenient location close to the heart of Fishguard town centre in north Pembrokeshire. Ideal for cyclists and walkers,and near to the leisure centre.
Fishguard has something for everybody including a cinema/theatre, leisure centre, galleries, individual shops, restaurants and several pubs. There is a small beach and an excellent sailing school at Goodwick, just half a mile from the house.
The coastline northwards to Newport and Cardigan Bay (famous for its dolphins) and south to St Davids and St Brides Bay is spectacular.
This perfect holiday hide away, is a detached lime washed cottage in an idyllic setting at the head of the Gwaun Valley in Pembrokeshire, with lovely views of Carningli Mountain.
There are over 3 acres of grounds for you to wander, to enjoy the scenery and wildlife which includes birds - 57 species of birds have been spotted so far, foxes, badgers and pond life including visiting otters catching fish.
There are some superb walks either up and around Carn Ingli Mountain or down the beautiful Gwaun Valley.
The Coastal Path can be joined 3 miles away at Newport, which offers a good selection of eateries, pubs, shops and galleries.
The Cottage has only recently been completely refurbished and offers a happy blend of contemporary and traditional features
Why not stay in something quite different for your holiday. An amazing detached 16th century gothic building in north Pembrokeshire with mullion windows, a stone spiral staircase, mezzanine bedroom and a grand fireplace. This holiday accommodation really is very special and it will delight! Llys Ddu (also known locally as "College") was formerly a Courthouse of the Lords of Cemmaes, a coaching inn and a college.
Felindre Farchog is situated on the River Nevern and has a pub (The Salutation Inn) which serves food; there is a lovely riverside walk of about 1.5 miles to Nevern village where you can see a Celtic Cross, Nevern Church and get refreshment at the village pub.Three miles away is the seaside town of Newport which has an excellent selection of eateries, individual shops, galleries, pubs, a golf course and two beaches.
The Coastal Path is close-by as are the Preseli Hills, both perfect for walkers.
Indoor heated pool - Private tidal river beach with mooring - Games room with small pool table
Situated in the countryside a couple of minutes walk from the Pembroke River and a private stretch of stony beach backed by woodland with seating and moorings. The Coastal Path runs beside the property.
The holiday house itself has a completely enclosed walled garden and small roof terrace. Hundleton village is half a mile away and has a pub.
Pembroke is 3 miles distant and has a magnificent Norman castle and a good selection of shops, restaurants etc. There are numerous attractions within easy reach including Oakwood theme park and Heatherton Park. Barafundle Bay, Freshwater East beach (great surfing) and Stackpole are all close by.
This cosy stone 'grace and favour' holiday cottage for two in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park at Newport makes a perfect getaway for couples at any time of the year. Recently restored, it now enjoys modern comforts such as under floor heating, whilst retaining its original charm.
The Parrog, with its beach, estuary, boat club and restaurant, is a 5 minute walk (0.2 miles) from the cottage and is where you can join the 186 mile long Pembrokeshire coastal path.You can catch the Poppit Rocket (coastal walker's bus) if you wish to explore more.
Newport, is less than a mile away and has an excellent selection of restaurants, pubs and traditional shops providing just about all you need. It also boasts a lovely links golf course, beautiful sandy beach and a bird sanctuary in the estuary and easy access to the Preseli Hills and Gwaun Valley.
Rock Cottage overlooks the beautiful fishing village of Lower Town, Fishguard. The small harbour is famous for being the film location of Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood starring Richard Burton.
The holiday cottage has recently been completely refurbished creating a stylish, and elegant holiday home. The "upside down living" space ensures guests get the full benefit of the wonderful sea views.
The local pub (The Ship Inn) is just a short walk from the Cottage and frequently has live music at weekends.
Rock Cottage is the perfect holiday base to explore Pembrokeshire - a short drive to the many beaches and coves dotted along the stunning coastline. The shops, restaurants and pubs of Fishguard are within a half mile and St Davids, Porthgain, Solva, and Newport are all within easy reach.
A delightful holiday retreat for two set in an acre of beautiful gardens just a mile from the village of Mathry on the St David's Peninsula.
The spacious accommodation offered in this garden wing of the owners' house is so comfortable you may not want to go out and explore the area but if you do Fishguard, St Davids, Porthgain and the beaches at Abermawr and Abercastle are close by.
There is a friendly pub in Mathry to which you can walk across the fields and lanes and there are three public footpaths adjacent to the property. The renowned Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is also close by and the Strumble Shuttle walker's bus can be caught in Mathry Village.
Just a 3 minute walk from the beautiful sandy beach at Freshwater East, this compact holiday accommodation is ideal for a couple or small family wishing to enjoy the stunning coast of the Castlemartin Peninsula in south Pembrokeshire.
Within easy reach of the property are Stackpole Quay, Barafundle Bay, Bosherston Lily ponds and Broad Haven beach. Freshwater West beach (great surfing), Pembroke, Manorbier and Tenby are all within a half hour drive.
There is a seasonal shop & pub in the holiday village nearby and another pub up the hill.
Enjoying superb views over the river Teifi, this very comfortable detached architect designed bungalow offers excellent holiday accommodation at St Dogmaels in north Pembrokeshire.
St Dogmaels is just a mile from the market town of Cardigan and 1.5 miles from Poppit Sands.
There are several pubs, restaurants and an excellent fish and chip shop in St Dogmaels as well as a village store, a delicatessen selling light meals, a local produce market, a market garden stall and a Post Office.
St Dogmaels Abbey ruins are a short stroll from the property and there is a working flour mill where you can enjoy fresh bread.
Lovely sea views can be enjoyed from every room in this delightful Moylegrove holiday cottage on the coast road between Poppit and Newport Sands in north Pembrokeshire.
Ceibwr beach is a half mile walk from the accommodation and there are some fabulous coastal walks to be enjoyed along this stunning stretch of the coastline. Look out for the seals at Ceibwr and an early morning visit could well result in the company of an otter or two. The coastal bus goes past the cottage even in winter.
Nevern is 3 miles and has a Norman church as well as the famous Celtic cross.
Newport is 4 miles and has a good selection of individual shops, pubs and restaurants.
Enjoying a secluded spot in the north Pembrokeshire countryside, this recently renovated detached holiday bungalow provides excellent accommodation in a lovely location.
The village of Boncath is half a mile away and has a pub (The Boncath Inn) which serves food and a well stocked shop.
Cardigan is 6 miles and Crymych is 4 miles - they offer a larger selection of individual shops and a leisure centre. Also 4 miles is Cenarth where you can see salmon leaping in March/April and enjoy excellent salmon and sea trout fishing on the Teifi. Horse riding and farm parks close by.
There is a good selection of beaches within a 20 minute drive and the Preseli hills are great for walkers as well as the coastal path.
Wow! This very stylish accommodation makes a fabulous destination for a holiday by the Pembrokeshire seaside.
It is situated just a few yards from a long sandy blue flag beach perfect for surfing, windsurfing, walking & bathing. This stretch of coast has some stunning scenery and delightful coves and bays to explore.
The newly built house has many contemporary and eco-friendly features (Solar panels heat the hot water (with oil) and rain water is harvested for the WC) and a strong architectural feel whilst being both comfortable and relaxing.
There are pubs and restaurants within walking distance both in Broad Haven and the neighbouring village of Little Haven.
This very comfortable detached holiday chalet is situated in the 22 acres of grounds at Dinas Country Club in north Pembrokeshire - just a 15 minute walk from the beaches of Pwllgwaelod and Cwm yr Eglwys within the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park.
Newport and Fishguard are close-by and both offer a selection of shops, restaurants and pubs.
On site the club facilities include an outdoor heated pool, as well as a children's park and playfield.
The club house dates back to the 13th century and has a beautiful log fire, the club house offers homemade meals and refreshing drinks including locally brewed ales.
This extremely comfortable holiday cottage for two is in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park above Newport Bay and located on the lower slopes of Carningli Mountain where there are numerous stunning scenic walks in this particularly beautiful part of the National Park.
It is a pleasant uphill 15 minute walk from the seaside town of Newport where you will find a range of individual shops, eateries and pubs as well as the Parrog beach.
The coastal path can be accessed within a 25 minute walk or you can flag down the walkers' bus at the bottom of the road and enjoy a different stretch of the path every day, this really is an ideal base for walkers all year round.
Enjoy the lush timelessness of the Gwaun Valley and Carningli mountain with ancient iron and bronze age settlements, changing colours of gorse, heather and bracken, bluebell woods and wild Welsh Mountain ponies, sheep, foxes and abundant bird life. Bring your boots and binoculars!
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With stunning views over Lower Town Fishing Harbour in north Pembrokeshire and situated at the end of a private lane this very comfortable first floor apartment makes a perfect and peaceful holiday base with no passing traffic.
A path leads from the grounds to Lower Town harbour and the lane leads you into Fishguard where there is a good selection of pubs, restaurants and shops.
Located in a unique, quiet, secluded position about 1/4 mile from the neighbouring property. It is an ideal base for a comfortable and relaxing holiday.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal path which has been named by the National Geographic as the second best walking destination in the world , is easily accessed as are the many lovely beaches and coves along this wonderful part of the North Pembrokeshire coastline.
A delightful detached single storey holiday cottage for two set in beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside between Dinas and Fishguard. The beaches of Newport, Pwllgwaelod and Cwm yr Eglwys are all close-by and the coastal path is easily joined.
The owners welcome you to use their own farm footpath towards the Gwaun Valley.
The cottage is full of character and charm with mellow stone walls, open A-frame beams and a welcoming woodburning stove making it a perfect retreat for couples.
Dinas has two general stores, 2 pubs, a seaside restaurant and a fish and chip shop
This large, end of terrace Victorian house was built in the mid-1800's by John Jenkins, a sea captain. It is now safely in the hands of the fifth generation of the same family.
It has recently been lovingly and sympathetically renovated with considerable style and flair and enjoys a great location in the heart of Newport/Trefdraeth.
Newport has everything you might need or want for an excellent holiday - Parrog beach, the Nevern estuary, Carningli Mountain, the Pembrokeshire coastal path and plenty of welcoming pubs, restaurants, galleries and interesting, independent shops.
Just a short drive from the town, there is also an 18-hole golf course with stunning views of the Bay.
Formerly the town butcher shop in the heart of Newport and within walking distance of the beach at Parrog or Carningli Mountain, this house provides spacious accommodation for families or groups of friends.
There are numerous excellent eateries, pubs and individual shops in Newport.
The larger beach at Traethmawr (Newport Sands) is within walking distance via the iron bridge and there is an 18 hole golf course close-by.
The coastal bus can be caught in the town enabling you to walk a different stretch of path every day.
You might not want to leave this charming and spacious house as it is so nicely appointed.
This comfortable holiday cottage is situated in Marloes village less than a mile from the stunning golden sands of Marloes Beach, Musselwick Sands and is just 2 miles from Dale.
The island of Gateholm is accessible at low tide and the Pembrokeshire coastal path is easily joined.
This stretch of coast is stunningly beautiful with glorious views of the bird islands of Skokholm and Skomer. There are regular island boat trips from nearby Martin's Haven to see the Puffins, Gannets and Shearwaters on Skomer.
Marloes has a village pub (The Lobster Pot), Church, shop and summer cafe so most needs are catered for, Milford Haven is 9 miles and Haverfordwest is 12 miles.
This very comfortable detached dormer holiday bungalow situated in the Town of Newport is just a 5 minute walk from the town centre and 10 minutes from Parrog beach.
Newport is known as the pearl of the Pembrokeshire coastline and it has everything you could wish for in a holiday destination with a good selection of individual shops, pubs and restaurants, plus two beaches and all of this backed by Carningli (Angel Mountain).
Access to the Pembrokeshire coastal path is at Parrog and there are 186 miles of stunning coastal path to enjoy.
This comfortable studio apartment is perfect for couples or small families. It enjoys a quiet location in Newport just 2 minutes' walk from a selection of excellent pubs and restaurants and 5 minutes from the medieval church and castle.
Newport has it all! It is set at the mouth of the river Nevern and has Carningli Mountain (The Mount of Angels) as a back drop.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path can be joined a short walk away at the Iron Bridge on the upper reaches of the estuary. Many different varieties of wading birds are spotted here on a daily basis.
The Parrog has a small beach and there is a large long sandy beach within a 20 minute walk.
The owners, who live next door, have a wealth of interesting, helpful and amusing local information to share if you require, they will also always respect your privacy.
This tastefully decorated holiday cottage, formerly a tiny inn, is one of the oldest buildings in the picturesque village of Manorbier in Pembrokeshire. Close by are the medieval castle (with tea room) and the village pub. The pub has a garden, real ale, and a real fire in winter, and welcomes well-behaved dogs.
The sandy beach at Manorbier, overlooked by the castle, offers safe swimming, sandcastle building, pebble art, stream damming, rockpooling and surfing. On the southern headland is a neolithic tomb. Beyond it, circular walks can be made along the spectacular coast path and back over fields.
Beloved in more recent times of writers and artists, Manorbier is the place where Virginia Woolf began her first novel. Gerald of Wales, around 1200, called it 'the pleasantest spot in Wales'. Eight centuries later it still is.
If you want to look further, Tenby, six miles away, has coffee shops and restaurants, shops, a museum and a charming harbour, from which you can cross to Caldey Island for monks and sea birds.
This quiet cottage, tucked away up a narrow path, will suit young families, couples getting away, or friends with backpacks and field glasses.
A hidden gem. 'Sunnyhill' is a detached holiday bungalow situated on Beach Road in the waterside hamlet of Llanreath at Pembroke Dock in Pembrokeshire.
Set in three quarters of an acre of lovely terraced gardens, this delightful south facing property commands fabulous views of the Milford Haven estuary, the 18 hole South Pembrokeshire Golf Course and the local woods.
The Pembrokeshire coastal path is only 5 minutes' walk from the doorstep and a small launching slipway is a convenient 2 minute stroll away.
The historic town of Pembroke with its pleasing array of riverside pubs and restaurants as well as the imposing Norman castle is only a five minute car journey away.
Many of South Pembrokeshire's best sandy beaches, including Freshwater West and Barafundle Bay are within easy reach.
This is a great base from which to explore south Pembrokeshire and the beautiful coastline and is especially ideal for couples and families wishing to enjoy the great outdoors.
Less able visitors should be aware that there are a flight of steps which lead down to the property.
Enjoying a peaceful spot within the Pembrokeshire National Park and in walking distance of the coastal path, beach, estuary, Carningli Mountain and the town facilities, this comfortable holiday house is a great holiday home from home.
Newport has a great selection of places to eat, some lovely galleries and a handful of good old fashioned village shops.
The estuary is just a 5 minute walk away and is a great place for bird watchers to spot heron, curlew, lapwing, oystercatcher, kingfisher and more.
Newport Beach is a lovely stretch of silver sand with cliffs, caves and rockpools and great for walking, sandcastles, sailing, windsurfing and swimming.
Enjoying a peaceful location in the heart of the Preseli Hills close to the villages of Mynachlogddu and Llangolman, this unusual and quirky converted stone barn offers guests the opportunity to experience and try out another way of life.
There is a resident family in the farmhouse , a basket-weaver and traditional green-wood craftsman who would be happy to give workshops and demonstrations by prior arrangement. You can also learn about bush-craft and low-impact living.
There is a nature reserve and a stream with water wheel on the 16 acre holding.
The Preseli Hills and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path offer superb walking. Newport, Cardigan, Saundersfoot, Narberth and Haverfordwest are all within a 30 minute drive.
The cottage has many ecologically sound, arty, quirky and interesting features throughout such as stained glass, handmade doors and windows. Short Breaks available on offer on our special offers page.
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A quirky and delightful holiday cottage set in the heart of the Preseli Hills - part of the Pembrokeshire National Park in a small community of resident traditional craftspeople including a wood craftsman who works entirely with hand tools, a basket weaver and a bush craft expert who are happy to share their skills.
The 16 acre holding has a nature reserve and the Preseli Hills and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path offer superb walking. Newport, Saundersfoot and Amroth beaches and Cardigan, Narberth and Haverfordwest market towns are all within a 30 minute drive.
The mill cottage is accessed by stone steps beside the stream with original water wheel and a decked area so you can sit and enjoy it. This cottage for two makes a perfect rural retreat. Short Breaks available on offer on our special offers page.
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Enjoying an excellent location with glorious views over Lower Town Harbour and beyond to Fishguard Bay in north Pembrokeshire, this ground floor holiday apartment makes a wonderful holiday destination for a couple.
Situated at the end of a private lane, a path leads from the grounds to Lower Town harbour and the lane leads you into Fishguard with a good selection of pubs, restaurants and shops. This quiet apartment enjoys a secluded position and makes an ideal base for a comfortable and relaxing holiday.
The Pembrokeshire Coastal path is easily accessed as are the many lovely beaches and coves along this wonderful part of the Pembrokeshire coastline. You would not need a car to enjoy a holiday here.
This spacious and very comfortable large family holiday home is ideally situated within a short walk of Parrog beach, the coastal path and the delightful seaside town of Newport in north Pembrokeshire. Just a few minutes' walk will take you to the heart of the town with its excellent range of small individual shops, galleries, restaurants and pubs.
Another short walk leads you down to The Parrog - a favourite with children, boating enthusiasts and those with time to enjoy its tranquil and ever-changing setting. With two beautiful beaches, a bird sanctuary in the estuary and direct access to the coastal path, Newport really feels as though it does have it all but don't forget the Preseli Hills and the Gwaun Valley.
The house affords glimpses of the coast and is close enough to hear the sea.
Recently refurbished throughout, this delightful little holiday cottage is set on a wooded hillside within half a mile of Narberth.
Narberth has probably the best selection of individual shops, restaurants, galleries, boutiques, and antique shops in Pembrokeshire.
The beaches at Amroth, Saundersfoot and Tenby are all within 10 miles.
This is a fabulous base for touring or exploring the Preseli hills, the beaches in the west, Barafundle and Broad Haven, for example, or taking rural walks or runs directly from the cottage, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park or just kicking back and relaxing in this welcoming home from home.
Next to the coastal path, right beside the picturesque Marine Walk and with superb sweeping views over Fishguard Harbour and Fishguard Bay, this detached bungalow makes a perfect location for a holiday.
This refurbished property is close to many amenities which include shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants and a leisure centre.
There is a sail training centre just half a mile away at Goodwick beach and numerous other attractions, beaches and bays within a few minutes' drive.
The coastal and service bus runs past the end of the road and of course you can take a day trip to Ireland on the ferry sailing.
Puffin House is a delightful mid-19th century coastguard cottage, within a few minutes' walk of Fishguard town centre with shops, pubs, galleries, restaurants, modern leisure centre, small theatre/cinema and library - where the Tapestry depicting scenes from the last invasion of Britain hangs.
The farmers' market is every Thursday and alternate Saturday in the Town Hall.
It's a short walk to the picturesque harbour of Lower Town; the location for the film 'Under Milk Wood' starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor.
A perfect holiday base from which to explore Pembrokeshire, with its Coastal Path a few minutes' walk away and coastal walker shuttle buses. St David's, Newport, the Gwaun Valley, Strumble Head, and many beaches and coves dotted along the stunning coastline - including Pwllgwaelod, Cwm-yr-Eglwys and Newport are well worth visiting. There are several traditional pubs nearby.
The house has been newly renovated and fitted in a New England/contemporary style throughout.
This very attractive family house is situated in the heart of Newport/Trefdraeth which has everything you might need or want for an excellent holiday - Parrog beach, the Nevern estuary, Carningli Mountain, the Pembrokeshire coastal path and plenty of welcoming pubs, a selection of restaurants, galleries and interesting, independent shops.
Just 5 minutes' walk from the house is the iron bridge - perfect for spotting a variety of sea and wading birds and a little further around there is Traethmawr (big beach) which has silver sands and is backed by an 18 hole links golf course.
This very comfortable and welcoming holiday cottage is just a short walk from Parrog beach (where you can join the coastal path) and 5 minutes' walk from the centre of Newport where you will find a selection of pubs, shops, galleries and restaurants. It makes a perfect holiday home from home for a couple or a small family.
Traethmawr - the large beach at Newport is a mile and a half walk along the estuary (famed for its many bird species) and is backed by an 18 hole links course.
Newport has a beguiling effect on visitors and once found, they usually return!
This holiday cottage is situated in St Ishmaels - a small village between Dale and Milford Haven.
There are numerous stunning beaches such as Marloes, Sandy Haven, Lindsway Bay and Musselwick to explore and you can catch the small ferryboat to Skomer from Martins Haven, to see puffins and shearwaters.
The coastal path can be accessed easily and this little fisherman's cottage makes a perfect base for a couple or small family wishing to enjoy this beautiful part of Pembrokeshire.
As an added bonus there is a pub withing 200 yards of the cottage .
This lovely stone holiday cottage is in a delightful location at the foot of Carningli Mountain, just half a mile from Newport Town with its beaches, excellent range of small shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs and a street market on Mondays.
The Iron Bridge, famous for bird-watching on the Nevern estuary, Pembrokeshire coastal footpath and Parrog beach are all within a mile.
This very comfortable cottage has lots of interesting artwork and quirky features , sea glimpses from some of the rooms and a wonderful cottage garden complete with seating areas, rope swing, pond and wooden bridge.
Newport makes a perfect holiday base and this welcoming detached bungalow provides excellent accommodation from which to enjoy this stunning stretch of coastline with its many beaches, coves and footpaths.
The bungalow has been refurbished to a high standard, and enjoys views of the Nevern estuary from the main living room and decking area.
Newport has a good range of facilities to offer the discerning holiday maker including several pubs, restaurants, craft and antique shops, general store, two beaches, 18 hole links golf course and Carningli Mountain to shelter at the foot of.