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Self catering holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire

Cottages listed in order of number of bedrooms.

Pembrokeshire has some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe with an ever changing coastline - from towering limestone headlands, curved scarlet red sandstone inlets, glacial valleys, golden sands and pretty harbours. The Pembroke coastal path hugs the edge of the land making this a popular part of Wales for a walking or cycling holiday. There are a wide variety of holiday cottages in Prembrokeshire, spread throughout many of the towns and villages, along with dozens of bungalows and chalets near each of Pembrokeshire's numerous beaches, each with its distinct identity.


Beth Ruach, Lower Moor, St Davids, Pembrokeshire

St David's half a mile. Short breaks welcome.

Bedrooms: 7. Sleeps: 14.
St David's half a mile. Short breaks welcome.
Dogs welcome

In a secluded location with a walled garden and shady veranda this 5 star Pembrokeshire cottage is the ideal place for a memorable holiday. Sleeping 14, there is plenty of space for family and friends in this large Welsh holiday house. Enjoy the unspoilt beauty of the Pembrokeshire coast; safe sandy beaches, spectacular scenery, outdoor activities and watersports - this is a wonderful part of Wales for a self-catering holiday.
Rent from £495 per week.



Hafod Grove House, Moylegrove, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire

Bedrooms: 1 kingsize, 2 double, 1 family bedroom and 1 double bedroom. Moylegrove.

Bedrooms: 7. Sleeps: 16.
Bedrooms: 1 kingsize, 2 double, 1 family bedroom and 1 double bedroom. Moylegrove.

Hafod Grove House is a handsome Edwardian house in a beautiful peaceful location with gorgeous sea views of the Pembrokeshire coast, providing 4 star self-catering accommodation for up to 12 people. It makes an ideal house for large groups holidays and reunions, special occasions and short breaks. The beautiful Ceibwr Bay with its glorious wildlife and spectacular sea cliffs is within walking distance. The house nestles in extensive private gardens, and conveniently situated for the sandy beaches, horse riding, golf and exploring this rugged and alluring part of the Welsh coast.
Rent from £1125 per week.



Four Ashes, Cosheston, Pembrokeshire

5 double, 1 twin, 1 cot. Swimming Pool. Short breaks

Bedrooms: 7. Sleeps: 14.
5 double, 1 twin, 1 cot. Swimming Pool. Short breaks
Dogs welcome

Four Ashes is a stunning detached 6 bedroom house with beautiful water views, 4 acres of formal gardens and its own tennis court, swimming pool, boathouse and moorings. Located in Pembrokeshire National Park, the cottage offers easy access to the unspoilt Pembrokeshire coast and coastal path, glorious sandy beaches and abundant wildlife. Near this large holiday home is a smaller cottage sleeping 4 which can be rented separately or alongside the house that sleeps 12. This is fantastic luxury self-catering accommodation for a family reunion or celebration.
Rent from £1250 per week.



Salem, Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire

Sleeps 4 (  2 young children by request ):1 double, 1 twin. Short breaks. Pets Welcome.

Bedrooms: 2. Sleeps: 4.
Sleeps 4 ( 2 young children by request ):1 double, 1 twin. Short breaks. Pets Welcome.

This small 150 year old cottage is situated near Fishguard a small, timeless market town with supermarkets, a range of shops, art galleries, pubs, cinema and several restaurants. The Pencaer peninsula, within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, one of most unspoiled areas of Welsh coast. This is Britain's only truly coastal National Park. It offers a spectacular landscape of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and wild inland hills, and a place of sanctuary for wildlife. There is much evidence of a long history of the shaping of the landscape. Enjoy the rich heritage of castles and tombs, ancient cottages and traditional fishing ports. The area is a living, working landscape which is cared for by the National Park Authority who are working for a sustainable future.
Rent from £350 per week.



Puffin House, Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire

Bedrooms: 2 (1 double, 1 twin) Near Beach, Child Friendly. Sorry no pets. Free WIFI

Bedrooms: 2. Sleeps: 4.
Bedrooms: 2 (1 double, 1 twin) Near Beach, Child Friendly. Sorry no pets. Free WIFI

Puffin House is located in the centre of St Brides Bay. This beautifully present apartment is situated just minutes from the beach and is the perfect venue for those looking for a seaside holiday. The apartment is very children friendly with both a cot and high chair available. It is the ideal base if you would like to explore the coast of Pembrokeshire and all the historical sites. There are water sports for those looking for a bit of adventure and nature lovers will enjoy the puffins at Skomer. Puffin House is perfect for a family holiday or getaway with friends.
Rent from £295 per week.



Hafan Bilidowcar, Broad Haven, Pembrokeshire

Bedrooms:  2. Sleeps: 4 + baby.5 stars. No pets. Near Beach

Bedrooms: 2. Sleeps: 4.
Bedrooms: 2. Sleeps: 4 + baby.5 stars. No pets. Near Beach

This 5 star luxury accommodation is in the coastal village of Broad Haven which is known by watersports enthusiasts as its westerly facing sandy beach offers excellent conditions for many sports including kite-surfing, windsurfing and surfing. It is also perfect for families looking for a beach holiday as it is situated in a quiet residential part of the village yet is only a 2 minute walk to the beach. The village has a number of pubs, a shop, restaurant, and a cafe. There are many activities and places to visit within a short drive of this stunning property making it a perfect Pembrokeshire holiday cottage.
Rent from £275 per week.



Fronhaul, Little Newcastle, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire

 Sleeps: 2 + baby  (1 double) Short breaks.  Sorry No Pets.

Bedrooms: 1. Sleeps: 2.
Sleeps: 2 + baby (1 double) Short breaks. Sorry No Pets.

This attractive Welsh self catering apartment is beautifully proportioned and infinitely stylish. It is set in extensive grounds which include a stream and former mill pond and is surrounded by open countryside. This self-catering cottage is close to Preseli National Park and there are a wide selection of sporting facilities available including the famous Yet-y-Rhug racing stables. The area is a paradise for birdwatchers and nature lovers. There are excellent walks right from the door and nearby you can enjoy the delights of the Preseli Hills, the Gwaun Valley and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The beaches of Pembrokeshire are renowned for their clean sand and there are wonderful coves and cliffs to explore. There are also ample opportunities for those looking for activity including golf, horse riding, swimming, fishing and watersports.
Rent from £375 per week.



Bro Meigan Cottage, Boncath, Pembrokeshire

1 double. Sleeps: 2. Visit Wales 4 stars. Sorry, no pets.

Bedrooms: 1. Sleeps: 2.
1 double. Sleeps: 2. Visit Wales 4 stars. Sorry, no pets.

This pretty self-catering cottage for two nestles in the gorgeous landscape of north Pembrokeshire, with a view of the Preseli Hills. The cottage is on the edge of Pembrokeshire National Park, the only coastal park in the country with 186 miles of beautiful coastal path and unspoilt countryside. The Cottage is just 10 minutes' drive from an array of wonderful beaches, perfect for swimming, water sports, sailing and surfing and the area is a haven for walkers, birdwatchers, artists, photographers and lovers of wildlife.
Rent from £385 per week.



Pembrokeshire holiday cottages near the coast are very popular with families; many of the homes have 6 , 7, 8 or more bedrooms, many equipped with highchairs, cots, bunkbeds and stair-guards for your convenience and flexibility. Rent a seaside cottage a stone's throw from small pretty coves where young explorers can play in rock pools and grottos of purple-grey stone. The charming town of Tenby is one of area's must-sees and among the prettiest seaside towns in the UK. With its intact Norman wall, its labyrinth of tiny streets and eccentric shops it exudes a quaintness and charm that will make you want to linger. Fortunately it has a fine selection snug rustic holiday homes with slate floors and oak beams which fit the bill. There are some cosy pubs and really romantic, gourmet restaurants in Tenby and for couples looking for an amorous break, the area has gorgeous maritime cottages perched on the narrow streets, a short distance from the fishing boats at the bustling harbour. For a family holiday, Tenby's dune-edged beach with one and a half miles of gently shelving sands provides a perfect playground for children and the snaking streets also contain larger Victorian Pembrokeshire holiday homes, thoughtfully equipped with all the modern conveniences.

Waterbabes might like a maritime lodge near the pine-fringed crystal clear waters of Barrafundle which have been likened to the Caribbean. The black sands of Aberieddi with its millions of tiny fossils and Blue Lagoon are fascinating for its nature-lovers, who can stay near the shoreline. Meanwhile, the pebblestrewn Aber Bach is wonderful for a couple choosing one of our romantic self-catering holidays in Pembroke - from your window you may spot seals playing in the surf, or maybe even a mermaid!

If you fancy a real hideaway, a number of tiny islands lie off the coast, Skomer, a wildlife paradise with lovely secluded bays and lichen covered sheer cliffs where gulls and cormorants nest. The centre of the island has self-catering bunkhouses that can sleep up to 15 people in 5 rooms, making an unforgettable holiday for nature-lovers and walkers alike. Inland lie the Preseli Hills with fascinating prehistoric sites and open walking amidst meadows and big horizons.

Fishguard, Milford Haven and Haverfordwest are also ideally placed to explore Pembrokeshire, offering you the freedom to do your own thing, particularly if you are on holiday with children. Saundersfoot nestles round a pretty bay with a great harbour and St David's (with its lovely cathedral) is Britain's smallest city. Both have some charming character cottages in the village many of which are decorated with luxurious bedding, deep comfortable sofas, and woodburning stoves. Couples will enjoy locations a romantic stroll from St David's beautiful natural harbour, where little boats bob in the clear water. There are locations for larger groups of 12+ on an activity holiday, ideally placed for Pembrokeshire's stunning headland where abseiling, kayaking and bouldering are popular activities. The market town of Pembroke is a bustling place with an amazing castle and the many endearing towns and villages around offer a fine choice of cottages, farmhouses, barns and castles where you can relax, and refuel and kick back after experiencing some of the awe-inspiring sites that Pembrokeshire has to offer.

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