Clusters Of Cottages In Pembrokeshire

Group holidays - with added privacy! Our clusters of cottages are perfect for large group getaways, where you can all be together for your holiday but with separate accommodation. This allows you to spend time and stay in close proximity to each other, but still have your own private space for when you wish to relax and unwind. Alternatively, be sure to take a look at our large holiday cottages if you would rather all stay in the same property. For availability and more information, click on the clusters below or call our team on 01437 765 765 and we'll be happy to help.


Aberfforest Cottages


Aberfforest is a very special bay on this beautiful coastline, pitted with tiny sandy coves and a favourite haunt of seals and dolphins. Deciduous ancient woodlands run down tiny valleys to the sea’s edge and birdwatchers and naturalists delight in the abundance of wildlife. The extensive woodlands have waterfalls and secluded leafy walks. The sheltered bay, which can only be approached by the general public over a long footpath, is almost private and has launching facilities. Newport and Dinas Cross village are one and a half miles- a pleasant walk in good weather. Following the Coastal Path to Newport will take you past 2 popular beaches, Pwllgwaelod and Cwm yr Eglwys. The properties are approximately 150 yards from the beach and converted from an original 200 year old farmhouse and stone barns to provide charming and characterful accommodation in this unique setting. The converted barns are characterised by exposed roof timbers and stone walls. Whilst the farmhouse retains slate and quarry tiled floors and enjoys sea views from some rooms. All 4 properties have wood burning stoves for that extra atmosphere on cooler evenings.

Orlandon Cottages


Orlandon Cottages' four charming period cottages set on their own pretty hamlet green surrounded by farmland and stunning views. Ideal for families or large groups to get together, each has been individually designed and renovated to a very high standard, yet retaining their own charm and character. Furnished with beautiful antique pieces to reflect a cosy rustic feel while the modern bathrooms and fitted kitchen give a contemporary twist and crisp white Egyptian linen add a feeling of luxury. They all have secluded south facing gardens and access to a children’s play area in the field. A 15 minute walk takes you to the picturesque Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and tranquil sheltered cove of St Brides where children will enjoy playing in the rock pools and crabbing. With the Puffin shuttle bus running past your door Orlandon Cottages have easy access to Dale with its water sports centre, the golden sands of Marloes, the boat trips from St Martin's Haven to the Puffins on Skomer Island - a bird watchers and walkers delight, and the fishing village of Little Haven which offers a choice of restaurants/pubs.

Upper Hoaten Cottages


Upper Hoaten Cottages near St Brides are a family run enterprise, comprising a courtyard of beautifully restored old stone farm buildings. Whilst retaining the format of a traditional Pembrokeshire farmyard, each cottage has its own distinctive features with separate patio areas surrounded by shrubs and flowers. The enclosed forecourt overlooks a children's play area, well away from all cars. There is a games room with table tennis, pool table, Wi-Fi and pay phone. The separate barbecue area includes a delightful Scandinavian style barbecue cabin, so meals can be enjoyed whatever the weather. There is a 10ft trampoline for the more energetic children and adults. Adjoining the courtyard is a hot tub where guests can relax after a busy day walking the coast path or visiting the spectacular nearby beaches at Marloes Sands and Broad Haven. The cottages are surrounded by lovely open countryside yet are only minutes away from the charming coastal village of Little Haven, the windsurfing centre at Dale or the picturesque St Brides beach. A trip to Skomer Island is a must. These cottages are ideal for individuals whilst also providing the perfect venue for family groups or parties of friends who wish to get together in the evenings. The perfect base to return to after a busy day.

Bangeston Cottages


Bangeston Farmhouse and Bangeston Barn are unique properties set down a quiet lane near the village of Angle. Set next to each other and sleeping up to a total of 18 people, this is an ideal holiday base for large family groups or friends getting together. Both properties have been renovated to a high standard to provide comfortable accommodation. With easy access to amenities, a 750 yard walk takes you down to East Angle Bay and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path; the village of Angle with its selection of pubs, cafes and village shop is a further short walk away. The horseshoe bay with its sandy beach at West Angle is just the other side of the village and is perfect for lazy summer days, rock pooling or a walk along the headland. Meanwhile a short drive away in the other direction lies Freshwater West, a famous film location for a number of blockbuster movies. This long sandy beach, sheltered by sand dunes is a surfers paradise and well worth a visit.

Llanunwas Cottages, Solva


Llanunwas, Solva is a small country estate dating back 400 years standing in glorious isolation on the cliffs in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It is set on the edge of the small harbour village of Solva with its excellent craft shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants. Approaching the properties via the woodland driveway, Llanunwas offers it all with breath-taking sea views across St Brides Bay. Llanunwas, translates as ‘church of the one servant’, and has been tastefully restored to 7 apartments and 2 cottages with many traditional stone and slate features having been retained, both internally and externally around the properties. An ideal holiday location for couples, families and large groups, offering spacious grounds and communal barbecue and patio area. There is plenty of space for children to play and adults to relax. With the proximity of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path approximately 400 yards away the more energetic can explore the various coves and bays around this quiet section of Pembrokeshire - ideal spots for picnicking and sunbathing.

Harbour Heights


Harbour Heights is a Georgian house set on the end of a rather stately parade which overlooks the magnificent sandy North Beach in the bustling picturesque harbour town of Tenby. Across the road paths and steps lead down directly onto the glorious sandy beach, while a wealth of amenities are all within walking distance. When the tide is out you can wander the shoreline which joins the other three beaches surrounding Tenby, taking in the Coastal Path to go further afield. Comfortably furnished to a high standard throughout, the apartments are accessed from a communal hallway. Four of the apartments are spacious with original high ceilings and large sash windows which combine to give them an airy feel, while most offer panoramic views over North Beach, Tenby’s picturesque harbour and the blue sea of Carmarthen Bay. There is a small communal walled courtyard to the rear where you can enjoy a barbecue or why not sample the excellent pubs, restaurants which abound in Tenby - all within a short walk. Leave your car behind and spend your days on the beach exploring the quaint cobbled walled town of Tenby or take a trip to Caldey Island - a visit to the Cistercian Monastery is not to be missed. There is a wealth of family attractions such as Folly Farm, Oakwood Theme Park, Manor House Wildlife Park and Heatherton Activity Theme Park, as well as pretty seaside villages and sandy bays all within a short drive. The apartments in Harbour Heights are convenient holiday bases that will delight whatever the season.

Whitesands & Caerbwdi Bay Cottages


Foxhole Cottage and Craig yr Haul share the same wonderful location - set immediately above the popular mile-long Whitesands Beach on the St Davids Peninsula. Their white grouted roofs, set against the brooding backdrop of Garn Llidi mountain, make up one of the most iconic landscapes of Pembrokeshire; a photo many visitors have taken home as a happy memory. The beach and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path are only a stone’s throw away. The views of the sea and coastline are spectacular and I can think of no better location for a holiday at any time of year. Located on the other side of the St Davids Peninsula (less than 4 miles away) is Agos-y-Mor which belongs to the same owner. This cottage nestles in the unspoilt Caerbwdi valley, where wildlife and fauna abound. Caerbwdi Bay lies to the front, with a winding lane leading down to the beach, some 200 metres away. From there you can follow the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to Caerfai beach at St Davids to the west, or the pretty harbour of Solva to the east. These cottages enjoy outstanding locations, and are maintained to a high standard; consequently they are mainly occupied by return visitors.

Ivy Tower Village


Ivy Tower village is set in the delightful, historic village of St Florence, perfectly positioned, only a few miles from Tenby’s award winning beaches and fine restaurants and Manorbier, with its historic Norman castle and picture postcard sandy beach. The private cluster of 18 cottages has been bought individually and each offers their own character. Add to this the wide range of facilities on offer that include a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, Wi-Fi access in communal areas and some cottages, children’s play area and tennis court and you have a venue that is suitable for so many occasions. The stone posted entrance leads to the private parking area, where there is plenty of room to park after your journey. The houses and apartments themselves sleep 2, 4, 5, 6 and 12 people. It is this make up that has made the village so versatile, attracting honeymoon couples to group family reunions. The landscaped meadow overlooks the Ritec Valley towards Tenby and the South Beach. It offers barbecue points, space to play or kick a ball. St Florence has 2 pubs and a shop within walking distance, Anna Ryder Richardson's Welsh Zoo - Manor House Wildlife Park and Heatherton Activity Theme Park, two of the County’s leading attractions is also a short stroll away. Here they offer paintball, 18 hole pitch and putt, go karts, laser clays, archery, golf range, baseball and much more. Tickets for all these activities can be booked in advance through the Coastal Cottages’ activity booking service. All in all, St Florence is a delightful escape that many return to year after year.

Dinas Country Club Cottages


Consists of Four stone cottages set within the grounds of a Country Club which with pretty lawned grounds and is surrounded by woods, the cottages are within walking distance of Dinas Cross and all its amenities on the north Pembrokeshire coast and within the Pembrokeshire National Park. A coastal path running through the site leads down to the pretty beaches of Cwm yr Eglwys, Pwllgwaelod and Aberfforest, with their scenic sea views of Dinas Head Island. Dinas Country Club is a small exclusive caravan park run by the same family for over 20 years. Forming part of an old monastery built over 650 years ago, the footpath formed part of the old pilgrims’ trail, indeed there is even a ‘holy’ well where the monks would offer sustenance to pilgrims on their annual journey to St Davids; the cottages were originally the barns and chapel and have now been renovated to a high standard offering all modern comforts in a relaxing and scenic setting. There are activities which are well served locally from the beach such as fishing, kayaking etc. All the cottages enjoy the use of the facilities at the Country Club including outdoor heated pool (seasonal opening), communal Wi-Fi, onsite bar/restaurant and children’s play park. Or you may choose to just soak up the atmosphere on your own patio. Dinas Country Club comprises of 10870 1 Old Rectory Mews and 10871 2 Old Rectory Mews, and 10872 Old Chapel Cottage and 12088 Keepers Nook, making it ideal for just a couple or group family reunions.

Strumble Head Cottages


Probably one of the most perfect spots for a holiday. Nestling on the south side of Garn Fawr on the Strumble peninsula in a small lane, within 400 yds of the most magnificent coastal view and the Coast Path are 4 characterful, restored stone properties retaining their Welsh cottage features including beams and stonework. All are attractively and comfortably furnished with woodburners for those cooler evenings.

The Grove, Llansteffan


The Grove is a group of 4 holiday cottages, dating back to the 1700’s, set at the end of a sweeping drive in the midst of almost 2 acres of beautifully maintained, terraced grounds above the unspoilt seaside town of Llansteffan, on the shores of the Towy estuary. Breath-taking sweeping views can be enjoyed over the tranquil town to the beautiful sandy beach and sea. Steps and paths lead up through the shared terraced grounds with a large sloping lawn. The elevated outdoor heated pool available from May to the end of September will give hours of entertainment to both children and adults alike with its enclosed paved pool side being a wonderful sunny spot to relax and soak up the amazing views. Each property has its own patio area where you can enjoy an alfresco meal on a summer’s evening.

Forest View Cottages


Glangwili, once part of a large estate and farm, nestles in the base of an almost alpine like wooded valley near the village of Llanllawddog on the edge of the extensive Brechfa Forest in the rolling countryside of Carmarthenshire, yet only a 10 minute drive outside the bustling town of Carmarthen with its extensive facilities. A day on the beach is a must as Llansteffan beach is only approximately 17 miles away. This group of self-catering holiday cottages are surrounded by 35 acres of grounds which you are free to wander including a 3 acre horseshoe shaped lake. It is the perfect spot to enjoy a relaxing picnic as it is a haven for bird and wildlife with kites and buzzards soaring overhead, while swans and geese regularly nest on the lake. There is the spacious bungalow, *Nantglas, set in its own large enclosed lawned garden, and a terrace of *3 beautiful high quality cottages converted from the original stone dairy and barn which are adjacent to the owners’ house, once the rather stately stable block to the neighbouring Manor House. Each cottage is individually designed with retained beams, feature windows, open plan living spaces and modern fitted kitchens, while outside there is your own enclosed paved patio and landscaped communal area where you can enjoy an evening barbecue. Spend your holiday simply relaxing in the grounds or why not explore the Brechfa Forest with its extensive footpaths and famous mountain bike trails - suitable for all levels of experience. Then refuel at the popular Black Lion Pub in Abergorlech, where the trails begin, famous for its lunches and local ale. Alternatively why not visit the National Botanical Gardens and Aberglasney and take advantage of our exclusive ticket offers. This is a wonderful escape to the countryside and a chance to explore the real garden of Wales largely undiscovered by visitors.

Penally Boathouse Mews, St Dogmaels


Set in the grounds of the owners’ home, Penally House, on the riverbank, approximately 2 miles from Poppit Sands and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, it is a birdwatchers paradise. Renovated and comfortably furnished in a stylish mix of antique and contemporary pieces reflecting its nautical history and close proximity to the water. Guests have been known to buy Lobster fresh from the shoreline outside the house from fishermen, a great spot and within walking distance of several local pubs serving good food. The wonderful long beach, Poppit Sands, is less than 2 miles away and marks the start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. There is an excellent farmer’s market and a range of specialist shops, restaurants, pubs and a theatre at the pretty market town of Cardigan, less than a 5 minute drive away. The River Teifi is a haven for river and sea birds, spend your days exploring its banks which are a boat owner’s paradise and inspiration for the many artists and writers who choose this cottage for their holiday.

Tregwynt Cottages


Set in the grounds of this rather stately house, Tregwynt Mansion, this was one of the principle Manor houses in the area and part of a large estate. There has been a dwelling here since medieval times, although the existing house dates back to the 1700s, and a book has been written about its interesting history. The 3 cottages have been converted from original stone outbuildings and maintain many characterful features. While each cottage has its own enclosed courtyard, the extensive well-maintained grounds give plenty of space for children to play and room for leisurely walks, there are some idyllic spots and strategically placed benches where you can sit and soak up the sea views and wonderful sunsets. The skies overhead are vast and the stars at night are especially beautiful. Garn Fawr, a rocky outcrop within sight and walking distance of the cottages at Tregwynt Mansion has recently been listed by Dark Sky Discovery as one of the best places in the UK to see stars. The owner has a policy of keeping outdoor light pollution to a minimum, so guests can enjoy the milky way outside their cottage door. The extensive lawns at Tregwynt mean that during astronomical events such as meteor showers, visitors can take a picnic rug and lie on the grass watching the show. With ample parking for each cottage, water sport enthusiasts can bring their boats, there are also wash down facilities for bikes and walking gear, and for the energetic take advantage of the tennis courts and enjoy a friendly game. All within the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park, the area abounds in footpaths and is popular with cyclists, a national cycle route runs past the cross roads at the end of the drive. A 10 minute walk down quiet lanes takes you to Tregwynt Woollen Mill with its café and shop selling their exclusive wool products. There are a choice of 2 beaches within walking distance, Abermawr, good for winter surfing, and Aberbach. Join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to explore this stunning rugged coastline, the bird and wildlife is sure to delight with regular sightings of birds of prey overhead and seals on the beaches. Visit Abercastle with its sand and shingle beach, this popular inlet is still used by local fishermen, Trefin has a pub and café to try, while Porthgain with its sandy harbour has an excellent pub and restaurant to enjoy and an art gallery to explore. Further afield, but well worth a visit is the lighthouse at Strumble Head, the rugged coastline is stunning and the area offers a serene and tranquil atmosphere; refresh at another popular village pub in Mathry. For more bustling and extensive facilities, visit the harbour town of Fishguard, or the tiny city of St David’s with its Cathedral and Bishops Palace. The cottages at Tregwynt Mansion offer a wonderful holiday base from which to explore this beautiful part of Pembrokeshire, once discovered, you will not want to leave.

Talbenny Hall Cottages


Talbenny Hall Cottages are a picturesque group of 6 cottages set round a central courtyard. Prettily converted from old stone farm buildings they retain many original features and each cottage offers its own charm and character. The wood burning stoves in the open plan living spaces ensure a cosy feel, while the individual patios to the front of each cottage offer the perfect spot to enjoy a drink or alfresco meal on a summer’s evening or have a barbecue in the communal area. Set just over a mile away from the beautiful, sheltered sandy cove of Little Haven, popular with families and water sports enthusiasts alike, there is a choice of pubs and restaurants to try squeezed into this narrow steep sided valley. Over the headland lies Broad Haven with its long stretch of sand, village shop and choice of restaurant, cafes and pub. While 4 miles away is Dale, an attractive destination all year round, its sheltered harbour on the Milford Haven waterway is popular with windsurfers and sailors, there is even a school to perfect your skills, as well as a waterside pub, The Griffin, and a Yacht Club, as well as several sandy beaches including West Dale Beach and Marloes Sands to explore.

Take to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path to explore the stunning cliff tops or wander the labyrinth of walks or cycle rides down the pretty country lanes that abound in this area, you are never far from the sea. Talbenny Hall Cottages are perfect for couples or small families to enjoy a break whatever the season or work well when booked together for a group of friends or extended family to get away from it all.

 The following cottages share this location: Abaty Cottage 32095, Bwthyn Bach 32096, Buzzard Cottage 32144, Sands Cottage 32145, Tree Cottage 33058 and 33059 Ruffin Cottage.


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