Coastal cottages in Pembrokeshire for Wales summer Holidays

Published: Thursday 30th May 2013

Written by: The Wales Cottage Holidays Team

Pick Wales Holidays Pembrokeshire cottages for this year’s summer holiday - superb beaches, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and a National Park that includes the Preseli Hills. Pembrokeshire’s dramatic coastline is nearly 200 miles long, with soaring cliffs, small sandy coves and huge, glorious golden beaches. No part of the county is more than 12 miles from the sea and almost all of the shoreline is within the National Park, which was 60 years old last year!

The offshore islands are important wildlife reserves, while inland, peaceful river estuaries and wooded valleys contrast with the dramatic Preseli Hills. There’s a huge range of fun-filled or challenging activities to take part in – swim, surf on some of the UK’s best surfing beaches, canoe, kite surf, coasteer, dive or fish.

Southern Pembrokeshire boasts popular resorts such as Tenby and Saundersfoot, Amroth and Manorbier, while inland are interesting places like Narberth and the county town of Haverfordwest. Castles, gardens and great family attractions, medieval Pembroke and St David’s, Britain’s smallest city.

North Pembrokeshire includes lovely Newport and Newport Parrog, a conservation area within Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Family attractions such as Castell Henllys, Cilgerran’s striking castle and the Welsh Wildlife Centre.

The Wales Cottage Holidays Team
The Wales Cottage Holidays Team



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