Visit Pembrokeshire, widely known for its golden sandy beaches

Pembrokeshire

Explore all Pembrokeshire has to offer…

West Wales is widely known for its golden sandy beaches, with visitors being able to walk the 200 miles or so of Pembrokeshire Coastal Path end to end in around 10 days. This popular journey with its frequent bus service is a favourite with holiday makers because it is so accessible and takes in some of the most beautiful scenery along the way.

Ideally located within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and adjacent to the entrance of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, Caerfai Bay Caravan Park is a great place to stay if you are thinking about taking a trip down the coastal path. Breathtaking scenery and a wide variety of walks, from easy strolls to challenging hikes, camping or caravanning here offers the perfect base to families and serious walkers alike.

Further down the coast just 5 miles from the quaint village of Nolton Haven there is a selection of cottages and chalets to choose from. Situated in a secluded valley on a private road, off the main Haverfordwest to St Davids Road, 20 Folkeston Hill boasts a partial sea view and total privacy on its veranda. The property benefits from a car parking space and all the usual facilities you would expect.

Nolton Haven Cottages, in the heart of St Brides Bay, has some excellent self catering cottages. Camrose House is an exemplary Georgian Country House set in extensive private grounds, a few miles out of Nolton Haven. This splendid property offers comfortable furnished accommodation suited to a large family or group looking for a house party style holiday or short break.

For those of you who love the beach, Puffin House can’t be beaten. Just 250 yds from the soft sandy shores of Broadhaven Beach this is the perfect getaway for families who want convenience combined with coast. If you enjoy wildlife and walking, this property is ideally located to visit Skomer to see the puffins or explore the Bay of St Brides.

Pembrokeshire Tipis offers an alternative outdoors experience for the more adventurous traveller. Providing excellent facilities including heated outdoor showers and a special facilities cabin designated to each tipi there is range cooking equipment including barbeque, gas rings and grill. Within easy reach of the coast and the village of Broad Haven, this is an excellent place to get in touch with nature and explore the area.

On the opposite coast the seaside town of Tenby lays claim to some exceptional holiday cottages such as the five star Pleasant Valley. Located in the village of St Florence, with a choice of 4 and 5 star accommodations, Jordanston Holiday Cottages have something for everyone. Just A Cottage for example benefits from its very own hot tub and that’s the four star! Book now to avoid disappointment.

For the anglers among you, White House Mill and Fishery offers bed and breakfast with complimentary trout fishing. The four acre lake is maintained to a very high standard and is open to non residents. All fish taken are charged at a discounted rate for guests. The accommodation has easy access to local amenities and entertainment of Whitland town centre.

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