Below is our selection of holiday cottages in south Pembrokeshire.
South Pembrokeshire is probably the busiest of all Pembrokeshire. Think bucket and spade beaches and a much more resort like ambience.
Our selection of south Pembrokeshire cottages covers an area from Pembroke to Saundersfoot.
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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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This newly built single storey holiday cottage offers contemporary style and comfort in Walton East village in the very heart of Pembrokeshire.
There are walks directly from the cottage to Llys y Fran Country Park and Reservoir (2 miles) which has a 6.5 mile perimeter and offers the chance to hire mountain bikes for a ride or a loch style boat for a fishing trip; you can even bring your own sailing boat if you wish.
The Preseli hills are nearby and offer some of Pembrokeshire's most beautiful and dramatic walking and scenery.
Broad Haven Beach and Newgale are both about 12 miles and there are numerous other blue flag beaches within easy driving distance of the cottages.
The County Town of Haverfordwest is just a 10 minute drive and has a very good selection of shops for all tastes.
The neighbouring village of Clarbeston Road is about 2 miles away and has a pub, village store and a train station with a request stop! Rosebush has a very well-known Welsh pub called the Tafarn Sinc (The Zinc Pub), where you will receive a warm welcome and good home cooked food.
Enjoying a great location in Tenby just a five minute walk to the beach and centre of the old walled town and 10 minutes from the picturesque harbour; this very well appointed cottage makes a perfect holiday getaway.
Tenby has a whole host of shops, galleries, eateries and pubs to suit every taste and pocket.
There are three beaches - North, South and Castle with a total of 2.5 miles of sand to explore.
You can take a boat trip from the harbour to visit the monastery on Caldey Island or to catch your own fish for supper.
Narberth, Saundersfoot, Manorbier and Penally are other nearby places well worth a visit.