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Holiday cottages in PEMBROKE, Pembrokeshire

SM9801 : Ripe for conversionSM9801 : Town Walls, PembrokeSM9801 : Main Street, Pembroke - connecting with the church behindSM9801 : Main StSM9801 : Mill Pond, Pembroke RiverSM9801 : Mill Pond Walk, Pembroke
Situated on the southwest coast of Wales, the Pembroke peninsula is surrounded by beautifully scenic countryside and glorious beaches. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park encompasses 186 miles of trails, suitable for all abilities and offering spectacular sea views. If you prefer to cycle, the National Park offers a variety of routes to satisfy explorers both young and old.

With beaches to the north and the south, Pembroke is a surfer’s dream with a wave usually just a short ride away. Or, if you prefer dry land, there is plenty of wildlife to enjoy, or just put your feet up and relax!

Pembroke Castle is surely the highlight of this delightful town and a day is easily spent exploring the fortress and enjoying the picturesque estuary upon which it sits. Time your visit with one of the regular events that the castle hosts to make your visit even more memorable.

SM9801 : Main Street, Pembroke

SM9801 : Pembroke Mill Pond - path and steps

SM9801 : Shaftesbury House