Pembrokeshire is home to a huge variety of towns and villages, all shaped by their unique histories and the stunning environment around them. Picturesque villages dot both the countryside and coastline and interesting market towns like Narberth make for great shopping for local crafts and produce. Also, did we mention our famous city? Visit St.Davids - the tiniest city in the UK is most certainly worth a visit. If you're looking for the ultimate Pembrokeshire seaside resort head to the world renowned Tenby with its beautiful cobbled streets and expansive beaches.
Abercastle has always been a much loved place with the locals and visitors alike. The coastal hamlet is set within a conservation area of the National park and is popular with walkers and fishermen- who can still be seen here regularly landing their catch.
With it’s 'blue' beach, dramatic cliffs, pretty colour-washed cottages and the striking blue lagoon - once a slate quarry, Abereiddy is a sight that you must see. This beach-side community, previously the home of quarrymen, now attracts visitors seeking a retreat from the hassles of modern-day life.
Our holiday cottages in Aberfforest are ideally situated for exploring this very special bay on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast, which is dotted with sandy coves and is a favourite haunt for seals and dolphins.
Located within the breath-taking Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park, Abermawr is alive with fabulous footpaths and is also popular with cyclists- a national cycle route runs past the villages’ cross roads. A 10 minute walk down quiet lanes takes you to Tregwynt Woollen Mill with its lovely café and shop, selling their exclusive and stunning wool products.
Aberporth is a scenic coastal village which sits on the edge of Cardigan Bay. With its golden ‘Blue Flag’ beaches, historic fishing harbour and charming coloured Georgian houses, Aberporth is a delight to explore.
Amroth is a popular seaside village with a great beach and is an ideal location to use as a base for exploring South Pembrokeshire. Amroth is close to both the family-friendly Folly Farm wildlife attraction and the bustling resort town of Tenby, so you'll never be short of things to do when staying here.
Angle is a pretty and peaceful little village with a long seafaring tradition, situated at the top of the southern banks of the Cleddau. There are many holiday cottages in Angle which benefit from having launching facilities right at the bottom of their gardens - just one of the features that make this village among the most charming in Pembrokeshire.
Our holiday cottages in Bosherston will provide the perfect base from which to discover this lovely, rural village, which is perhaps best-known for its heritage-rich Norman church.
With its close proximity to the large nearby town of Haverfordwest and all of its amenities, Broad Haven really is an ideal seaside location for a fabulously traditional British holiday.
Burton is a small hillside village which boasts superb views over the Cleddau river. The East & West Cleddau, known by many as ‘The Secret Waterway’, is an area of true natural beauty, flourishing with wildlife and wildflowers.
The small village of Camrose is set amongst beautiful countryside with miles of off-road walking on your doorstep. This peaceful area abounds in quiet lanes banked by beautiful wild flowers and teams with wildlife. These lanes lead to scenic viewing points such as the wonderful Plumstone Mountain.
Cardigan is a historic and beautifully quaint market town which offers a range of lovely shops, restaurants and craft outlets. Explore our selection of Cardigan holiday cottages and start planning your visit to this charming part of Wales today.
Our Carew holiday cottages all benefit from being set in a genuine beauty spot, surrounded by rolling fields, and will offer a fabulous base for your Pembrokeshire adventure.
Close to the beautiful, large sandy beaches of Llansteffan and Pendine Carmarthen is a great base for exploring South and West Wales.
A wonderful area steeped in military history, with spectacular cliffs and stacks featuring the Green Bridge of Wales, a natural limestone arch reaching out into the sea. Hidden harbours, sandy beaches and the remarkable sixth century St Govan's Chapel await discovery.
Ceibwr is an attractive little bay, totally undeveloped and is the haunt of shy seabirds and Grey Atlantic seals. If you're looking for a quiet, remote holiday cottage then this area is worth exploring.
Croesgoch itself is a small village with a pub, and the home and art gallery of the world renowned artist –John Knapp-Fisher. The village is conveniently located only minutes from the beautiful fishing port of Porthgain and beaches of Abermawr, Traethllyn and Abereiddy- famous for hosting the Red Bull Diving Championships in its Blue Lagoon.
Booking one of our holiday cottages in Cwm yr Eglwys will allow you to discover a scenic, sandy cove which makes this hidden away destination a firm favourite amongst those ‘in the know'.
Dale is an unspoiled and eye-catching area and along with it’s pebble beach (with some sand), it attracts a number of visitors throughout the year.
Dinas Cross is a thriving village less than a mile from the sea which is well-served with shops, inns and a petrol station. In spring and early summer, the hedges are full of wildflowers and abound with birdlife.
East Williamston is a picturesque and quiet little village, with great community spirit. It is situated just four miles from the popular seaside town of Saundersfoot, and just five miles from one of Pembrokeshire's most famous beach locations, Tenby.
Fishguard, previously a Viking settlement, is a small and friendly coastal town which comes to life on market day (Thursday). The small shops, galleries and restaurants are of particularly high quality and the town also hosts a fantastic annual international music and arts festival in July.
Freshwater East is dominated by a wide, sweeping crescent of sand and shingle which is backed by beautiful rolling dunes and grassy headlands.
Goodwick, along with nearby Fishguard, is an excellent base from which to explore the rugged northern coastline of Pembrokeshire.
Gwbert is a small, clifftop hamlet in the community of Y Ferwig, Ceredigion. It lies at the most southerly coastal point of the county, on the eastern shore of the River Teifi estuary, and is dominated by stunning views over Cardigan Bay. Gwbert is sure to capture your senses, whatever season you visit.
The historic Haverfordwest, set on the river Cleddau and once a thriving port, is well worth a visit. There are plenty of shops, pubs, restaurants, a cinema and even a skate park in this beautiful town, as well as a wonderful weekly Farmers’ Market.
Hayscastle is a small village best-known for the beautiful countryside that surrounds it; keen hikers are regularly drawn here because of the many wonderful on and off-road walks that can be enjoyed locally.
Herbrandston is a coastal village on the north side of the Cleddau river. The village boasts a small post office, shop, Church and a pub.
Lamphey is just a short drive from the historic town of Pembroke, and has a several beautiful beaches nearby including Freshwater East, Barafundle and Manorbier.
Landshipping, derived from the words ‘Long Shippen’, meaning ‘long cow shed’ is a sleepy and rural hamlet steeped in agricultural and marine history, nestled on the banks of the eastern Cleddau and mostly covered by the Pembrokeshire National Park. It can be accessed by car, boat and foot.
Its famous former resident, the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, put the town of Laugharne on the map. Describing it as a "legendary, lazy little black-magical bedlam by the sea", Thomas lived in the Boathouse (now a heritage centre) and is buried at St Martin's Church, both of which are within easy reach of our Laugharne holiday cottages.
Book a stay at one of our holiday cottages in Lawrenny to discover a village with a rich and diverse heritage. In the past, this charming destination was most famous for its oysters, but it later become an important area for maritime trade - local businesses specialised in transporting coal down the nearby river and exporting limestone, whilst a successful boatbuilding industry also thrived.
The tiny and picturesque cove of Little Haven is a bustling village with three welcoming pubs, a tea room, restaurant, gallery and a fabulous beach set within a narrow, steep-sided valley. Our fantastic selection of holiday cottages in Little Haven will allow you to explore this charming area with the greatest of ease, so be sure to browse through our range today to see what’s available.
Llandeloy is a small inland village which is most popular for its quiet and tranquil nature. This wonderfully relaxed destination is also just four miles away from the beautiful sandy beach at Newgale, which is awarded Blue Flag status year after year.
Llangwm is a quaint, scenic little village made up primarily of charming fishermen’s cottages.
Llanmill is a very quaint hamlet which is situated just outside the town of Narberth. Just a short drive to the beautiful town of Narberth, with its unique shops and pub restaurants.
Llanrhian is a small village near the coast, just south of Porthgain. The village is located close to many of Pembrokeshire’s most beautiful beaches and offers some stunning views over the countryside and coast - nothing beats watching the sunset from here.
Llansteffan has been described as Wales’s best-kept secret and, once you’ve experienced the magical sunset that can be enjoyed from the headland on which the nearby castle stands, you will understand why.
Llanwnda is a rural village and historic parish in the north of Pembrokeshire which is part of the small community of Pencaer.
Lochvane is a small hamlet situated inland from the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastline.
With a long history of limestone quarrying, Ludchurch is a small rural village situated just a short drive away from the beautiful old market town of Narberth, which has the most incrediable variety of independent shops and pub restaurants.
Our Lydstep holiday cottages are found in a tiny, picturesque village that is set on a beautiful stretch of coastline and is just over three miles from the popular and historic town of Tenby.
The seaside village of Manorbier straddles a deep valley and is dominated by a magnificent Norman castle which is privately owned but still open to the public from April to September. The famous archdeacon who was known as ‘Gerald of Wales’ was born here in 1145, and the castle has had a close attachment to the community ever since.
Marloes village with its remarkable clock tower, 13th Century church and pretty cottages, is located in the gorgeous Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. There is a selection of beautiful beaches within walking distance including Marloes Sands and Musselwick.
Martletwy is a quiet and very rural hamlet most notable for the fantastic Cwm Deri Vineyard, which produces a great range of wines and liqueurs. This visitor-friendly winery even has its own conservatory restaurant serving excellent meals at lunchtime and in the evenings – make sure you add it to your itinerary!
Mathry is a friendly and picturesque village which boasts outstanding views of both the Pembrokeshire coast and the Preseli Hills and is a popular location with beach lovers, wildlife watchers, photography enthusiasts and water sports fans, as well as visitors who are simply looking to soak up some beautiful scenery in absolute tranquillity.
Milford Haven is found to the north of the Milford Haven Waterway, a shipping channel which is one of the world's deepest natural harbours and has been used as a port since the Middle Ages.
Moylegrove is known as being the most remote part of the Pembrokeshire National park, but this pretty area is attractively made up of petite painted cottages, stone bridges and historic chapels and lies unspoilt, just 6 miles or thereabouts from the historic, but rural market town of Cardigan.
Our holiday cottages in Narberth are situated in the heart of a beautiful and historic part of east Pembrokeshire known as the Landsker Borderlands and the town has grown around the walls of its medieval stone castle. Vibrant and busy, Narberth is scattered with colour-washed Georgian houses and unique independent gift shops and has gained a reputation over the years as a creative hub for artists and craftspeople.
Newcastle Emlyn is a market town situated alongside the River Teifi, in the county of Carmarthenshire. This little town makes the perfect base for exploring the surrounding Welsh countryside and particularly the beaches along the north Pembrokeshire coastline.
The beach that dominates the quiet village of Newgale boasts miles of wide, golden sand, surf-perfect waves and amazing skyscapes. Prepare to be taken aback by the sheer beauty of this popular location and get ready to absorb its fresh sea air and glorious atmosphere.
Nature has given this special destination a spectacular landscape – azure seas, golden sands and the towering Carn Ingli (also known as ‘Angel Mountain’) summit are all within easy reach of our holiday cottages in Newport, Pembrokeshire.
Neyland, situated along the Milford Haven Waterway, was once a bustling rail town with houses, shops and eateries all being built to accommodate the workers Railway Company in the mid-19th Century.
Nolton is great for kayaking, horse riding, coastal path and much more!
Pelcomb Cross is a lovely rural hamlet, just 3 miles or so from the County town of Haverfordwest, which is has a brilliant farmer’s market and is also home to a wide range of amenities, such as restaurants, pubs, shops, a swimming pool, a post office and a cinema.
Browse through our Pembroke holiday cottages today and start planning your trip to this lovely, heritage-rich destination.
Penycwm (also called ‘Pen Y Cwm’) is a small hamlet set between the villages of Newgale and Solva. It is conveniently located on the main road to St Davids and is a picturesque area which boasts excellent views and easy access to the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Penally is a beautiful coastal village less than one mile away from the picturesque harbour town of Tenby.
Ideal for family holidays, Pendine is a coastal village most famous for its long sandy beach which has become the go-to destination for attempts to break the land speed record.
Poppit is a small, dispersed settlement which lies on the southern side of the estuary of the River Teifi, in northern Pembrokeshire. Take a stroll through the idyllic dunes, before setting eyes on the gorgeous Poppit Sands beach. This golden beach joins St. Dogmaels beach at its eastern estuary end.
Porthgain is a tiny yet thriving coastal village made up mostly of a community of fishermen, an artist's gallery, a picturesque pub with excellent beer (plus first-class bar food), and an excellent restaurant.
The hamlet of Pwllgwaelod is less than half a mile from the popular destinations of Dinas and Cwm yr Eglwys yet is also a sanctuary of its very own. Relaxing comes easily here and it’s easy to de-stress when you stay at one of our holiday cottages in Pwllgwaelod.
Reynalton is a rural village between the neighbouring communities of Cresselly, Yerbeston, Begelly and Kilgetty and is situated just a short drive away from the former market town of Narberth, with its pubs, restaurants, unique independent gift shops and museum.
Roch is a small village which is found just under two miles inland from Newgale. It is a well-equipped little area that boasts a good local shop, a popular fish and chip takeaway (seasonal) and an excellent pub.
Rosebush is a small village in the community of Maenclochog which lies on the southern slopes of the Preseli Hills, about a mile north-west of Maenclochog village.
Sageston is a little village adjoining Carew and is just a short walk to Carew Castle and the popular Carew Inn. Along with venturing to nearby attractions and historic towns such as Tenby and Narberth, discover hidden gems, wonderful walks brimming with wildlife and wild flowers and an abundance of friendly Pembrokeshire smiles throughout your village adventure.
Sandy Haven is a picturesque wide creek, situated between Milford Haven and Dale, with the estuary positioned at the bottom of this valley, it's an ideal location for long walks with the dogs.
Saundersfoot is a picture-postcard community brimming with natural seaside beauty, bustling independent shops and pubs and restaurants. The beach, harbour and pretty, floral village are all justifiably popular with visitors from around the world.
Situated within the outstanding Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Solva is one of the prettiest villages in Wales, with traditional fishermen's cottages clustered along the harbour and a green hillside which naturally divides the area in two. The community is home to many thriving gift shops, restaurants, galleries and cafés – and, of course, our excellent range of Solva holiday cottages!
The village of Spittal is situated in the heart of Pembrokeshire and lies between Haverfordwest and Fishguard, near the village of Wolf's Castle. The village, over the years, has developed around its green and is made up of a wide mixture of both period and modern buildings.
Square and Compass is a little village situated between the bustling harbour town of Fishguard and the tiny City of St Davids. Just a short drive to many of Pembrokeshire's beautiful beaches it is an ideal location. The village also has a pub restaurant called the Square and Compass Inn, known for its great food, along with a well-stocked garage shop.
St Ann’s Head is a small hamlet complete with a working lighthouse. Set on the clifftop, along the Dale Peninsula section of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with 3 sides of the cliff surrounded by water, you have fantastic views of the Pembrokeshire Coast that overlooks the entrance to the Milford Haven waterway.
St Brides is a small coastal village situated along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. There is a small sheltered cove, which at low tide reveals it’s beautiful golden sand, with pebbles further up the beach. It’s an excellent spot for bathing and rock pooling.
The city of St Davids is, more accurately, an attractive village on the most westerly peninsula of mainland Britain and the seat of what many consider to be the country's most lovely cathedral. You’ll also find excellent shops, pubs and restaurants in the city’s centre, which is easily accessible from our range of St Davids holiday cottages.
St Dogmaels is the first village, in the North, that you’ll arrive at in Pembrokeshire and hosts the start of the spectacular, 186 miles, Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
St Florence is a charming village that was previously a winner of the prestigious Wales in Bloom award. This idyllic, rural destination is laced with pretty cottages, one of which features a Flemish chimney - the last of its kind in the county. Set in the pleasant valley of the Ritec river, our St Florence holiday cottages will allow you to enjoy what will surely be your most relaxing getaway yet.
Booking one of our holiday cottages in St Ishmaels will give you the ideal opportunity to explore this picturesque village located between the estuary town of Milford Haven and the seaside community of Dale.
Thanks to the dramatically beautiful landscape of this village, our holiday cottages in Stackpole are, unsurprisingly, popular with visitors throughout the year.
There is an interesting story behind where the small village of Stepaside got its name. It is thought that, during the Civil War, when Oliver Cromwell was marching his army to Pembroke Castle, he ordered his men to ‘step aside' at the old Camomile Bank Inn (meaning to step out of line and take a break); ever since that day, the little hamlet has been so named.
Strumble Head's dramatic cliffs, smuggler’s bays and Iron Age forts have inspired artists and poets, tempted Viking and Irish raiders and provided a habitat for seals, birds and wildflowers through the ages. Set on the northwest tip of the Pembrokeshire coastline, Strumble’s lighthouse, set just off the coast on its own little island, makes a particularly fine viewpoint.
Talbenny is a quiet little hamlet set just over 1 mile from the picturesque cove of Little Haven and 4 miles from the seaside village of Dale.
The picturesque walled town of Tenby is the perfect location for your next holiday in Pembrokeshire. With four beautiful beaches which can rival any others in the world, it's a must-visit destination for those wanting to top up their tan or practice their sandcastle building skills. Check out our range of Tenby holiday cottages to find the perfect base for your getaway!
Trecwn is a small village situated between Fishguard and Letterston in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside. Stay at one of our Trecwn holiday cottages and you are guaranteed to enjoy a relaxing break in this quiet location, whilst a short journey will take you to many local pub-restaurants and a host of the area’s loveliest beaches.
Treffgarne is a small rural village, which is situated about 4.5 miles from the County town of Haverfordwest- which is full of great facilities including a cinema, and lies to the south of the Preseli Hills.
Trefin is an attractive little village perched on the clifftops between the bays of Aberfelin and Abercastle.
Trelerw is a small hamlet on the outskirts of the City of St Davids, with its many pub restaurants, unique shops and a supermarket and is located along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, making it an ideal location for walkers.
Tresaith is a sandy bay, located between Aberporth and Llangrannog. This small area is part of the Ceredigion Heritage Coastline which – although not as well-known as the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – offers lovely walks, activities and splendid views of its own merit.
Whitesands Bay proudly flies the European Blue Flag and its wide expanse of fine, white sand which curves towards the remote and rocky St Davids headland has been rated as one of the best beaches in Britain by the Good Beach Guide. Interested in seeing it for yourself? Our wonderful selection of Whitesands holiday cottages will give you the easiest of access to this incredible stretch of coast.
A small seaside hamlet nestled between Amroth and Saundersfoot, Wiseman’s Bridge is connected to the surrounding areas along the Pembrokeshire Coast by a series of paths and tunnels, all of which are ideal for walking and cycling.
Wolfs Castle is a little village situated in the heart of a fairly undiscovered part of Pembrokeshire. This rural area, located between the towns of Haverfordwest and Fishguard, has been a regular winner of the ‘Wales in Bloom’ competition over the past 10 years or so.
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