Holiday cottages in West Wales
Enjoy a holiday you'll remember forever when you stay at one of our holiday cottages in West Wales.
In the southern corner you’ll find the UK’s only coastal national park, Pembrokeshire, where the beaches are often ranked as some of the best in the world. Further north, the beautiful Cardigan Bay makes an idyllic holiday stay where bottlenose dolphins can often be seen gliding through the sea.
Whether nestled in woodland, amongst peaceful countryside or overlooking beautiful coastline, our West Wales cottages offer stunning locations for your holiday.
In a prime location on the Pembrokeshire coast and with space for six people and two dogs, this historic farmhouse is ideal for a group getaway. Step outside the cottage and follow footpaths along the cliff-tops for walk down to Fishguard for fish and chips by the sea. Sleeps 6.
Explore Pembrokeshire's coastline from this coastal cottage. It's located in a quiet spot on the bank of the River Cleddau. Follow the river for walks along its banks, past salt marshes and through ancient woodlands or drive to the sandy beaches at Broad and Little Haven.
Treleddyd Fawr is a sympathetically renovated cottage with slate floors, wonky beams and an inglenook fireplace. This charming cottage is just a mile and a half from the coastal city of St. David's, with its pretty, sandy beach, 12th-century cathedral, shops and cafes. Sleeps 2.
Stackpole Quay Cottage 1 is one of a pair of pretty, self-catering cottages in an idyllic setting just a few minutes' walk from Stackpole Quay. This small harbour is a favourite with kayakers who can often be seen exploring the caves and cliffs along the coast. You'll also be a short drive from the sandy beach at Barafundle Bay. Sleeps 3.
This coastal cottage offers spacious, self-catering accommodation on Stackpole estate. Set just off the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, you'll have miles of coastal walks on the doorstep. If you're feeling adventurous, try clambering across the rocks on a coasteering adventure, or take a more gentle approach on a canoe or kayak trip. Sleeps 5.
This cosy Pembrokeshire holiday cottage is the perfect base for walkers and watersports enthusiasts. Situated on Stackpole estate, it's a short stroll from the cottage down onto a sheltered, shingle beach, or you could loop onto the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Sleeps 4.
A short walk from golden, sandy beaches, this Pembrokeshire holiday cottage is packed full of coastal charm. You'll find lots of things to do right on your doorstep. Hike along the coast, go wildlife watching at the nearby bird hide, or head straight to the beach. Sleeps 10.
This pretty Victorian cottage is set in a quiet valley and surrounded by Colby Woodland Gardens. Explore Colby's wildflower meadow and colourful walled garden, and then head to the nearby tea-room for delicious lunches and mouth-watering cakes. Sleeps 4.
Caerllan is a converted farmhouse just a few minutes' walk from Ceredigion's Heritage Coastline footpath. The cottage offers a truly desirable location, with a sea-view garden and the beach within walking distance. Sleeps 5.
Nestled in the wooded valley of Aeron, is this fairy-tale cottage, with its small arched windows and yellow exterior. With the Ceredigion coast just a short drive away, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches. Sleeps 6.
Pontbrenmydyr is a fascinating property. Built from stone, mud and thatch, it's a real product of its surroundings. Bounded by beautiful parkland near Llanerchaeron, the cottage sits within equal distance of the Gower Peninsula, and the pretty coastal town of Aberystwyth. Sleeps 2.