Pembrokeshire holiday cottages

Dramatic cliffs, vast headlands and an abundance of wildlife have earned Pembrokeshire its reputation as a holiday hotspot. Home to the UK’s only coastal national park, beach bums needn’t travel far and wide for serene sandy beaches. The aquamarine waters and pristine sands of Stackpole's Barafundle Bay have seen it top ‘best beach’ lists over and over.

Beyond the beach, the 186 mile-long coastal path guarantees some of Britain’s best scenery and wildlife lookouts. From the clifftops and wetlands of Marloes, seals, wild deer and puffin can be spotted.

We’ve got your accommodation sorted, just bring your swimmers and walking boots.

Exterior view of Treledydd Fawr Cottage

Treleddyd Fawr Cottage 

This lovingly restored cottage is situated in the small hamlet of Treleddyd Fawr and is within a mile and a half of Blue Flag sandy beach, Whitesands. Its imperfect walls, low beam ceilings and many other original features add to the charm of this cosy retreat. Find out more about its history and how we restored it.

Exterior of Castell Farmhouse, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire

Castell Farmhouse, Fishguard 

Fancy lunch with a view? Enjoy panoramic vistas over Fishguard Bay and Dinas Island as you dine al fresco in Castell Farmhouse’s back garden. It’s situated only a couple of hundred of metres from the sea and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs very close to the cottage.

Exterior of Manor House, Stackpole, Pembrokeshire

Manor House, Stackpole 

This small complex of holiday and residential learning accommodation is situated on the very edge of the scenic Bosherton Lilyponds and is within a mile’s walk of Stackpole Head and Broadhaven Beach.

The exterior of Little Breck, Near Amroth, Pembrokeshire

Little Breck, nr Amroth 

Rising above a valley is three-bedroom bungalow, Little Breck. Its elevated position provides uninterrupted views down the valley and out towards Amroth. It’s approximately 400 metres from the wonderful Colby Woodland Garden and a short distance from the beach at Amroth.

The exterior of Lavender Cottage, Stackpole, nr Pembroke, Pembrokeshire

Lavender Cottage, Stackpole 

Enjoy the sights and sounds of rural life when you stay in Lavender Cottage. This stone built terrace overlooks open farmland and is part of a complex of holiday and residential learning accommodation. It’s also a short walk from the picturesque Bosherston lilyponds and the beach is within a mile.

Exterior of Stackpole Cottage, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire

Stackpole Cottage, Pembroke 

Stay in postcard-perfect Stackpole Cottage with its white-washed exterior and enclosed front garden. It’s a traditional two storey farmhouse and has been restored for a truly comfortable stay. Its shared garden leads you down to a shingle beach and if you venture a little further along the coastal path, you'll find the cliff tops of Stackpole.

Sitting area at Little Milford Farmhouse, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire

Little Milford Farmhouse, Haverfordwest 

Get cosy in this three-bedroom traditional farmhouse. With its log-burning stove, low beamed ceilings and even a ‘snug room’, a cushy night in is guaranteed at Little Milford. And by morning it’s a haven for wild-life with the Cleddau running just past the cottage.

Exterior of The Cwms, Near Amroth, Pembrokeshire

The Cwms, nr Amroth 

Through the wooded valley of Colby and over gentle stream lies this secluded Victorian cottage. Head to the tea-room after a wonder through the garden. Or hit the sandy beach of Amroth which is within easy walking distance.

Exterior of Rose Cottage, Near Amroth, Pembrokeshire

Rose Cottage, nr Amroth 

Nestling in the wooded Colby Valley, Rose Cottage offers a peaceful getaway. Its French doors open out to a green oasis filled with shrubs, a small lawn and a tumbling steam. Colby Woodland Gardens and the sandy beach of Amroth can be reached within a mile.

Exterior of Quay Cottage 2, Stackpole Estate, Pembroke

Quay Cottage 1, Pembroke 

The location of this semi-detached cottage, close to Stackpole Quay, means that when sitting out on the lawn, the sea can be heard from the nearby bay. Treat yourself to a lazy breakfast in the nearby boat house café before setting off to explore the cliffs, dunes, woodland and lakes of this beautiful estate.