Pembrokeshire is famous for the 186 miles of dramatic coast in the Pembrokeshire National Park, which offers secluded dune-fringed beaches, bustling resorts with amusements and shops, and footpaths to locations of outstanding natural beauty. Fine food, medieval castles, and family attractions, and stays at Pembrokeshire holiday cottages are tough to resist.
Pembroke is right at the heart of the area, and it's also home to many Pembrokeshire holiday cottages. Compact and easy to walk around, the town is built around its 11th century castle which was the birthplace of King Henry VII. And local accommodation is well located for trips to nearby beaches like Barafundle or Broadhaven.
Haverfordwest is another delightful market town, and it's a great place to hunt for Pembrokeshire holiday cottages. Accommodation here would be perfectly situated to visit historic St Davids or surfing beaches like Newgale, and it has all of the amenities needed for a comfortable stay.
Then there's Tenby - one of the UK's most attractive coastal resorts. There's no mass tourist development here, just cosy local accommodation and relaxed shopping on the promenade. Check out the castle and seafood restaurants around the harbour, or settle down on the town beach before heading home for a shower and a nap.
Narberth is another excellent option when looking for a Pembrokeshire holiday cottage. A foodie centre with its popular gourmet festival, it's close to beaches and countryside attractions like Heatherton World of Activities. Or you can stay nearby and buy locally grown produce to cook in spacious cottage kitchens.
Dog owners will be in heaven when they rent local accommodation, with a host of dog-friendly beaches. Couples will love romantic coastal restaurants where they can dine in style before heading home to a cottage hot tub. And families can swim, surf, sunbathe and play before returning to well-appointed accommodation with cots, high-chairs and everything else that youngsters need.
Adventure awaits, so find your perfect holiday cottage in Pembrokeshire today.