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Holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire

SM9515 : Fish Pass on the Western Cleddau, HaverfordwestSM9515 : Bridge plaque.SM9801 : Alley to Main StSM9801 : Pembroke's famous swans.SM9801 : Main Street, PembrokeSS0897 : Pembrokeshire rocky coastline
 Nestled between the lush green valleys of western Wales and the dramatic Irish Sea coast, the gorgeous county of Pembrokeshire is one of the UK’s leading holiday destinations for anyone looking to relax and unwind in stunning natural surroundings. The area is also a top destination for self-catering holidaymakers, as there is a large number of cottages to rent in idyllic locations that are nevertheless well-connected to the rest of the UK. Here’s the lowdown on Pembrokeshire’s most famous attractions and activities.

Pembrokeshire offers many opportunities to enjoy a fun-filled family holiday. Coasteering is a popular option for families staying near Haverfordwest and Pembroke. Boat trips are another great way of discovering this beautiful part of the UK and of enjoying some quality family time. Other family-friendly activities include guided ghost walks in Tenby and the Reptile Experience in Saundersfoot. Once the day is over, relax at your holiday cottage and enjoy the convenience of the area’s self catering accommodation options.

Pembrokeshire’s scenic beauty is its main attraction. With hundreds of miles of unspoilt coastal scenery and remote countryside, Pembrokeshire makes for a great romantic destination. Recommended destinations include Tenby, St David’s, and the picturesque towns of Narberth and Newport. To get away from it all, book a cottage in one of the fishing villages at Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where some of the most enchanting UK cottages are located.

SM9801 : Swans on Pembroke River near the town bridge

Although Pembrokeshire is mostly a maritime county, the county is not lacking in impressive mountain scenery. If you’d rather go for an active holiday, head to the Preseli mountains, where various hikes will take your through prehistoric remains and truly breathtaking panoramic views. On a clear day, you may be able to spot the peaks at Snowdonia and the Irish coast. You may also be intereted in walking parts of the Pembrokeshire coastal path, a 186-mile long hiking trail. There are several cottages for rent and other types of holiday rental property in the area, so that you’ll be able to rest and enjoy all modern comforts after a day full of outdoor activities.

SM9801 : Shaftesbury House