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24 properties found
Freshwater East (2.3mls N), West Wales

Horseshoe Hut

211

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7 nights

£447 - £719

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Saundersfoot (3.9 miles N), West Wales

Oak Lodge - Templeton

2111

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7 nights

£401 - £874

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Narberth (2 miles E), West Wales

Marlais View Shepherd Hut

211

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7 nights

£497 - £670

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Freshwater East (1.6mls N), West Wales

Lavender Hut - Lamphey

211

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7 nights

£452 - £724

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Narberth (5.7 miles N), West Wales

The Pembrokeshire Retreat

211

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7 nights

£485 - £635

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St Davids (7.5mls NE), West Wales

Cysgod Y Nos

211

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7 nights

£373 - £802

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Stepaside, West Wales

Heritage Park 19

4221

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7 nights

£462 - £927

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Cenarth, West Wales

Caban Bach

4212

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7 nights

£413 - £889

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Narberth, Pembrokeshire & West Wales

The Sycamores

4222

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7 nights

£577 - £1,124

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Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire & West Wales

The Lodge

4222

Our grading

7 nights

£480 - £1,224

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Stepaside, West Wales

Heritage Park 92

4221

Our grading

7 nights

£462 - £957

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Freshwater East, West Wales

Seathrift

421

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7 nights

£469 - £765

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Holiday lodges and log cabins in Pembrokeshire

Discover the beauty of Wales with our range of Pembrokeshire holiday lodges and log cabins. Ideal for those seeking a coastal break, Pembrokeshire offers a variety of experiences for all types of holidaymakers; whether you're planning a romantic getaway or a family holiday, there are log cabins in Pembrokeshire to suit all requirements. Located in the southwest of Wales, Pembrokeshire is known for its stunning coastline boasting some of the UK's most beautiful beaches, including Barafundle Bay, Newgale Beach and Tenby Beach. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only national park in the UK primarily designated for its coastal landscape, is a must-visit for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a range of activities such as hiking, cycling and kayaking.

For history lovers, Pembrokeshire is home to numerous castles and historical sites, including the impressive Pembroke Castle and the ruins of Carew Castle. Wildlife enthusiasts can enjoy bird watching at the nearby Skomer Island and Ramsey Island, where you can spot a variety of seabirds and marvel at the colony of seals. Foodies will also have plenty to enjoy in Pembrokeshire, with a range of local produce available, including fresh seafood and locally made cheeses. And with many quaint and charming villages and towns, including St Davids – the UK’s smallest city – and charming Solva, there is always something new to explore. So why not start planning your Welsh holiday today and browse our self-catering lodges in Pembrokeshire, part of our Pembrokeshire cottages collection? Our other Welsh lodges are also worth a look.