Holiday rentals in Pembrokeshire

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Cottage in Nolton Haven
Carren Bach Cottage With Hot Tub Cabin and BBQ Deck
Walk down the wooded valley right from the back door of this restored historic miner's cottage. Period features like flagstone floors and beamed, vaulted ceilings meet contemporary conveniences such as underfloor heating and a free-standing tub. A lovely spacious cottage with rustic Pembrokeshire character situated right next to the coast. Two double bedrooms, open plan living area, large kitchen and spacious veranda. The cottage is located close to Nolton Haven, Newgale, Little haven and druidston beach. All of which have pubs and restaurants to suit your needs. The cottage accommodates 4 people. There is a good sized master bedroom with amazing views and a kingsized bed. There is a second bedroom with a comfy double bed with an ensuite bathroom. Both bedrooms have adequate storage and hanging space for clothes. The main bathroom has a stand alone bath, which is great for relaxing. The cottage has an office room which could accommodate an extra guest on a sofa bed. The kitchen is fitted with a cooker, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, coffee machine and all necessary utensils. The open plan living room has a comfy sofa, a "42" flat screen TV, record player, books to browse through and a range of board games. The cottage has under floor heating, access to wifi, internet connection and use of a washing machine and dryer. Overlooking the flowery meadow is the south facing veranda which is perfect for watching the dramatic coastal sunsets. The cottage is situated by national trust woodland, so it is not uncommon to see birds of prey, foxes and the residential barn owl. Situated in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park and surrounded by National Trust land, Carren Bach cottage is part of the Southwood Estate. Spot all kinds of wildlife, surf, and discover numerous nearby villages, pubs, and restaurants. The cottage sleeps four but there is a sofa bed for an extra guest.
29 Jan – 5 FebIndividual Host,
£184 per night
4.98 out of 5 average rating, 250 reviews
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Cottage in Pembrokeshire
Cosy Welsh cottage in idyllic 3-acre grounds
Romantic Pembrokeshire bluestone cottage in beautiful 3-acre grounds. Hill walks on the doorstep, stunning beaches & cliff walks nearby. Stargaze from a comfy king-size bed. Snuggle up in front of a wood-burning stove (free wood!). Large bathroom with bath, shower & underfloor heating. Well equipped kitchen with coffee machine. Covered seating area in the garden with firepit & bbq. Hammock, sauna with bucket shower, games room, honesty bar, laundry, wifi, kayaks. Two well-behaved dogs welcome.
20–27 JanIndividual Host,
£88 per night
4.96 out of 5 average rating, 379 reviews
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Home in Tenby
Seafront at The Beach House at 248 Lydstep Haven
This is a Luxury lodge. A beautifully seafront appointed home with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Patio doors open onto a fabulous deck overlooking the sea. Central heating & double glazing makes this a wonderful place to stay during the chillier months too. Perfect for a relaxing break by the sea, watching the tides and being as one with nature. A much larger than average open plan living area. This home is over 42ft long x 14ft wide. Beach access is 2 minutes walk. Sorry there is NO WIFI
10–17 AprIndividual Host,
£195 per night
4.95 out of 5 average rating, 250 reviews

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Other great holiday rentals in Pembrokeshire

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Shepherd’s hut in Pembrokeshire
☞ Luxury Shepherd’s Hut, hot tub, beaches nearby
24–31 JanIndividual Host,
£121 per night
4.99 out of 5 average rating, 166 reviews
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Cottage in Haverfordwest
Beautiful retreat with sea views near Newgale
28 Nov – 5 DecIndividual Host,
£110 per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 206 reviews
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Farm stay in Trefasser
Treathro Farm stay on stunning Pembrokeshire coast
10–17 NovProfessional Host,
£163 per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 117 reviews
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Cottage in Llangwm
“Clare’s Cottage” - As seen on TV
4–11 OctIndividual Host,
£139 per night
4.96 out of 5 average rating, 121 reviews
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Cottage in Newgale
Traditional cottage at the oceans edge
11–18 NovIndividual Host,
£143 per night
4.98 out of 5 average rating, 162 reviews
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Cottage in Llanwnda
Stable: National Park, sea view, near coast path
19–26 NovIndividual Host,
£89 per night
4.93 out of 5 average rating, 611 reviews
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Cottage in Trefin
Ty Gwyn - Private Cottage by the sea
10–17 AugIndividual Host,
£146 per night
4.99 out of 5 average rating, 142 reviews
Villa in Pembrokeshire
Beavers Lodge - Luxury Conversion with Hot Tub
28 Jul – 4 AugProfessional Host,
£175 per night
4.87 out of 5 average rating, 109 reviews
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Cottage in Pembrokeshire
Romantic Country Cottage, The Carthouse
22–29 NovIndividual Host,
£103 per night
4.96 out of 5 average rating, 349 reviews
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Cabin in Maidenwells
Starlight Pod in Pembrokeshire
7–14 DecIndividual Host,
£158 per night
4.94 out of 5 average rating, 137 reviews
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Home in Burton
Pembrokeshire Home with Stunning Estuary Views
28 Aug – 4 SeptIndividual Host,
£250 per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 141 reviews
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Tiny home in Pembrokeshire
Exceptional twin pod lodge (THE HIVE-AWAY)
15–22 AugIndividual Host,
£175 per night
4.99 out of 5 average rating, 331 reviews

Your guide to Pembrokeshire

Welcome to Pembrokeshire

The westernmost county in Wales is also one of its wildest, but worth the stunning long drive around the Preseli Mountains for its beautiful coastline and towns packed with creative types. Pembrokeshire’s southern stretch hosts its best-known resorts. The busiest is Tenby, thronging with visitors in the summer, with its medieval town walls and two beaches, but there’s also sandy near-neighbour Saundersfoot and the bucolic Barafundle Bay. Go west for quieter spots like Broad Haven, Little Haven, and Solva, or north to the craggy coves at Ceibwr or Cwm-yr-Eglwys (which has church ruins right on the beach).

Pembrokeshire’s towns have always attracted artists, and are renowned for their crafts, food, and culture. Narberth in its middle has thriving independent shops and galleries, while Newport in the north is known for high-end restaurants and quirky museums (it’s also a short hop from the beautiful market town of Cardigan, just over the border in Ceredigion). Britain’s tiniest city, St David’s to the far west, is also a delight, boasting a cathedral, breathtaking cliffs, and 15-minute boat trips to the puffin-dotted islands of Ramsey, Grassholm, Skokholm, and Skomer.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Pembrokeshire

Summer is undoubtedly boom-time for this corner of Wales, as when the sun shines on its beaches, you couldn’t be anywhere better. Llangwm Literary Festival also entertains book-lovers in August, while the Narberth Food Festival extends the high season into September. Spring and autumn are recommended for popular resorts like Tenby for travellers who don’t want a holiday bustling with fun-seekers and beachcombers — but many of the quieter coves are a delight, and very peaceful, all year round. Also great in most weather are the 186 miles of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, but do bring waterproofs and warm weather gear, and be warned that this corner of Wales can get windy. When the weather turns, head to the characterful towns of Haverfordwest, St David’s, or Narberth for some cawl (Welsh stew) and bara brith (Welsh fruit loaf) to warm your cockles.

Top things to do in Pembrokeshire

Caldey Island

Two miles off Tenby’s coast is a gorgeous island inhabited by seventy monks, who encourage visitors to pop by every summer. It has an abbey, church, and pretty lighthouse, as well as a tearoom, perfume shop, and chocolate factory (the monks sell their own products from here). Rare wildlife thrives here too, such as red squirrels, and rare flowers blossom: Caldey has stunning purple orchids.


Set on the dramatic expanse of the North Pembrokeshire coast, this village is a thriving hub of independent restaurants, antique shops, and galleries. It also has one of the cutest museums in the United Kingdom: Ty Twt, a family-run emporium of doll’s houses from around the world.


Wales is well-known for its castles, but the lesser-known Manorbier is one of the most beautiful, perched on cliffs above a gorgeous Welsh village. It houses a lovely cafe and a dressing-up room for children. Nearby you’ll also find a pretty dovecote, a Grade I-listed church, and one of the most memorable stretches of the South Pembrokeshire coastline.

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