North Pembrokeshire Holiday Cottages

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  • Y Felin

    Cardigan, Ceredigion, South Wales & Pembrokeshire
    • Sleeps6
    • Bedrooms3
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    Light and airy single storey bungalow in Cardigan with private Hot Tub. Kitchen/living & dining room. Garden & terrace. Walk to town, eateries, pubs & shops. Close to Mwnt, New Quay & Aberporth. (Ref. 1035669)

    7 nights from £462

  • Penpistyll East Barn

    Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, South Wales & Pembrokeshire
    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms2
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    Set in countryside, semi-detached barn conversion with log burner, patio, garden and parking. Fishguard and Goodwick a short drive away. (Ref. 1035768)

    7 nights from £395

  • Maes Y Ffynnon

    St Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire, South Wales & Pembrokeshire
    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms3
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    Two storey Victorian House in St Dogmaels. Open plan sitting/dining. Walk to pubs, shops, River Teifi estuary & Pembrokeshire National Coast Path. Explore Cardigan Bay & Ceredigion (Ref. 1035727)

    7 nights from £379

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Self catering accommodation in North Pembrokeshire, Wales

Becoming increasingly popular with those wishing to get away from the 'bucket and spade' type holiday, North Pembrokeshire has some of the most spectacular coastline and beaches in Wales. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path snakes it's way along the rugged coastline and reaches heights of some 550ft in parts.

There are pretty Towns and Villages to discover - not just on the coast but inland in the Preseli Hills too, where life slows down to a walking pace and time becomes seemingly unimportant.

There is a ruined Abbey to explore at St Dogmaels, Pentre Ifan neolithic dolmen is situated a few miles from the popular coastal Town of Newport, Fishguard is home to many a music festival, and the Cathedral at St David's is well worth a visit.