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Price and Availability Index Pembrokeshire
Holiday Letting Price Information in Pembrokeshire
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Pembrokeshire. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in August (10/08 - 17/08), where prices hit an average of £125 a night. However, in January (12/01 - 19/01), prices decrease to an average of £69 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Pembrokeshire
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Pembrokeshire for the next twelve months. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in August (25/08 - 01/09). Conversely, it is in October (13/10 - 20/10) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The weather in Pembrokeshire
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Pembrokeshire in February. November is the wettest month.
Enjoy the best of Wales from your own Pembrokeshire cottage
Welcome to the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire in the south-east of Wales. This lovely region is known for its historical castles, sunny beaches, and outdoor activities. Come to Pembrokeshire and experience every nook and cranny of this lovely county. Book from a large range of Pembrokeshire holiday lettings so you have a place to call home in this scenic part of Wales.
Journey into Pembrokeshire
Journey into the lovely county of Pembrokeshire with ease and comfort. If you decide to travel here by air, keep in mind that the closest airport to Pembrokeshire is Cardiff Airport. This international hub is located near the Welsh capital of Cardiff and is one of the main gateways to the county of Pembrokeshire. There are a number of transportation options from the airport, allowing you to get to your Pembrokeshire holiday home quickly. You can take public transport from the airport to a number of locations in Pembrokeshire, including Haverfordwest, which is the county’s capital. From the airport take the T9 bus into Cardiff, from which you can take an Arriva train heading to Milford Haven, which also passes through Haverfordwest.
You also have the option of taking a taxi or renting a car from the airport. If you decide to drive to your destination, the M4, A48 and A40 motorways take you to Haverfordwest. From there you can continue to a number of other locations, including Milford Haven and Fishguard. Book your own Pembrokeshire holiday letting so you have the perfect place to call home when you arrive in Wales.
Pembrokeshire and its cuisine
When visiting the county of Pembrokeshire you should sample Welsh cuisine. Try dishes that include local products such as lamb, beef and seafood. Here in Pembrokeshire you can eat regional dishes in a range of places, from fine restaurants to farm shop eateries. When you book a Pembrokeshire holiday letting , the county's foodie delights are right on your doorstep. If you are looking for something more than the traditional affair, check out the numerous international restaurants, serving a range of cuisines from Indian to Italian. If you wish to indulge in all the culinary action that this county has to offer, check out a Pembrokeshire holiday letting with access to regional food.
Pembrokeshire and its sights
Enjoy an incredible number of sights and attractions when you visit the wonderful county of Pembrokeshire. Experience the region’s amazing history firsthand and visit one of the county’s many castles, including the famed Carew Castle. This fascinating ruin is situated within stunning grounds and was constructed in the 13th century and therefore has Norman and Tudor influences. Another example is the awe-inspiring Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of King Henry VII. Located in the town of Pembroke, the castle is a reminder of the glory of the medieval elite.
Caldey Island, known as one of the Holy Islands of Britain, is a natural delight to behold. On the island, which you can reach by boat from nearby Tenby, there are some wonderful walks and you can also visit a monastery and lighthouse.
If you fancy checking out the region’s best adventure parks, then Oakwood Theme Park and Blue Lagoon Waterpark are fun-filled places for the whole family to enjoy. Booking from the large variety of Pembrokeshire holiday homes will allow you to be more flexible, enabling you to visit these stunning locations whenever you wish.
Pembrokeshire’s art and culture
The county of Pembrokeshire has an exciting artistic and cultural scene. If you fancy a night out at the theatre, Pembrokeshire has you covered. There are a number of fantastic performance art venues, including the Torch Theatre, a large and modern building which houses a number of local and touring productions. It also has a cinema which screens Hollywood and art house films.
One of the region’s best art galleries is the Oriel y Parc Gallery, a small space which displays a variety of famed historical landscape works, including works by Constable. This lovely gallery is situated in the town of St Davids, which is also Britain’s smallest city.
After an exciting outing to one of Pembrokeshire’s lovely artistic and cultural venues, you and your family can relax in a holiday letting and plan your next Pembrokeshire excursion; with such a variety of things to do, it surely won't be your last!
Pembrokeshire County: Experience the ancient Welsh landscape
Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
Folly Farm is packed with fun activities for all ages, with a variety of outdoor play zones, and indoor play-centre, and a retro fairground. The zoo has everything, including lions, elephants and penguins.
Birthplace of King Henry VIII, this fortress is a commanding sight. The castle hosts exhibitions and events which bring its tumultuous history to life.
St David's Cathedral
The most magnificent cathedral in Wales, St. David's is overflowing with architectural beauty and historical intrigue. With regular exhibitions and picturesque surroundings, this cathedral is truly fascinating.
Welsh Coastal Path
This coastal path covers most of the west coast of Wales, with the Pembrokeshire section encompassing 58 golden beaches. Walkers can experience the National Park and wildlife at its best.
This centre is home to a variety of birds-of-prey, including vultures, owls, kestrels and eagles. Visitors get the chance to get up-close to these magnificent birds.
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