Holiday Homes & Cottages in The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park


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The Dingle
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Sleeps: 12
No of Bedrooms: 5
Low Season: £1,055
High Season: £2,455

The Dingle is a large luxury dog-friendly holiday cottage with amazing sea views. Located in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, this five bedroomed holiday home lies down a private lane in a beautiful location. Not only does the Dingle provide sea views from many of its rooms, but it also offers direct access onto a lovely sandy beach. To reach the beach you simply need to...

Sleeps: 12

No of Bedrooms: 5

Low Season: £1,055

High Season: £2,455

Ty Traeth
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £650
High Season: £1.450

Holiday home locations don't get much better than this! Ty Traeth is a stunning first floor holiday apartment overlooking Tenby's South beach. This ultra modern holiday apartment has an open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area and two beautiful bedrooms, it also comes complete with a balcony where you can sit and soak up the most amazing sea views. Not only is the glorious sandy South beach...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £650

High Season: £1.450

Cobourg House 14
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Sleeps: 6
No of Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £535
High Season: £1385

Cobourg House 14 is a spacious, well-appointed third floor holiday apartment located in the walled town of Tenby. A three-bedroomed rental in a quiet and private spot, it benefits from quality, modern furnishings set in a convenient location, there is also beautiful lawned communal gardens at the rear, which are backed by the medieval town walls. The apartment is less than a ten-minute walk...

Sleeps: 6

No of Bedrooms: 3

Low Season: £535

High Season: £1385

Globe House
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Sleeps: 24
No of Bedrooms: 8
Low Season: £2,500
High Season: £3,950

Globe House is a truly unique holiday rental located in the heart of Angle village, it has 8 bedrooms, four of which are large doubles, whilst the other four are family suites - a bedroom with a side room curtained off, for use as a sitting room, or sleeping, with bunk beds or two single beds. Outside, guests staying at Globe House can avail themselves of an eight person hot tub (not...

Sleeps: 24

No of Bedrooms: 8

Low Season: £2,500

High Season: £3,950

YHA Manorbier Camping Pods
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 0
Low Season: £POA
High Season: £POA

YHA Manorbier is now home to three large camping pods. If you like camping but you could do without the sun, wind or rain then this is the holiday for you! These wooden camping pods have all the fun of camping but are completely protected from the elements, and they're heated! You are welcome to use the camping facilities including showers, hairdryers, toilets and self-catering kitchen and...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 0

Low Season: £POA

High Season: £POA

YHA Manorbier
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Sleeps: 70
No of Bedrooms: 8
Low Season: £POA
High Season: £POA

This cliff top hostel offers fabulous ocean views, coastal paths and sandy beaches that are popular with surfers and children. This is a great spot for a family seaside holiday, group break or weekend escape. As well as being a great location for activity breaks, other attractions nearby include Oakwood theme park, Heatherton Activity Park and Manorbier, Pembroke and Carew castles - all great...

Sleeps: 70

No of Bedrooms: 8

Low Season: £POA

High Season: £POA

YHA Broad Haven Budget Accommodation
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Sleeps: 77
No of Bedrooms: 15
Low Season: £POA
High Season: £POA

YHA Broad Haven is just 100m from the gorgeous sandy Blue Flag Broad Haven beach and the Pembrokeshire coastal footpath. The Youth Hostel is in a village location with a large car park which is fully accessible for coaches. If you're feeling peckish, why not enjoy some food with a view at our Haven's Beach Cafe? A great spot for activity breaks: surfing, diving - all kinds of watersports...

Sleeps: 77

No of Bedrooms: 15

Low Season: £POA

High Season: £POA

Glendower House 4
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £505
High Season: £1005

Glendower House 4 is an open plan two-bedroomed apartment in Tenby with sea views, less than 50 metres away from the front door and your toes can be on the sand on Tenby's North beach. This holiday apartment rental is in a prime location in Tenby (The Croft), aside from its stunning sea and beach setting, it is also only a 5-minute stroll to the all the shops and eateries this iconic...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £505

High Season: £1005

Skomer Cottage
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £385
High Season: £845

Skomer Cottage is ideally situated in the seaside town of Tenby, this end terrace holiday home is only a short walk from the town's shops, bars and many restaurants, it's also close to Tenby's North beach and Tenby harbour and less than a 10-minute walk from the train station. This Tenby two bedroomed holiday rental is very well furnished throughout, the open plan kitchen is...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £385

High Season: £845

Red Kite Lodge
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Sleeps: 5
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £375
High Season: £630

Red Kite Lodge at Valley View Cottages is a light and spacious luxury two-bedroom cottage with a sofabed set on a mezzanine above the lounge, it has been sympathetically converted from a 200 year old stone barn and is situated at the end of a long drive in a very quiet and scenic location. It is close to the coast (~10 miles) with several superb beaches within easy reach including Poppit sand,...

Sleeps: 5

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £375

High Season: £630

Holidays in The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Find self-catering holiday cottages and apartments to rent in the Pembrokeshire Coast.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is located solely in the county of Pembrokeshire in South West Wales, this gem of a park is truly unique in that it has been crowned as Britain’s only coastal national park. Although the smallest of Wales' three national parks, it remains an extremely popular holiday location which draws holidaymakers back year after year.

Life's a Beach in The Pembrokeshire Coast
Holiday homes by the sea in the Pembrokeshire Coast.
Pembrokeshire can rightly claim the title of having the most Blue Flag awarded beaches of any other county in Wales, all of which are to be found in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The park is very rightly proud of its large array of beaches which come in all shapes and sizes, some of the mighty stretches of sandiness include Barafundle Bay Beach, Broad Haven Beach, Newgale Sands Beach, Marloes Sands and Tenby's North and South Beaches. There are, of course, tucked away little gems and smaller beaches which are equally well worth visiting (although some may be harder to reach than others), just some of these little beauties include Church Doors Cove Beach, Little Haven Beach, Monkstone Beach, Saundersfoot Beach, Swanlake Bay Beach, and West Angle Bay Beach

Stay & Play in The Pembrokeshire Coast
Find your perfect holiday home in your ideal location in the Pembrokeshire Coast.
Nestled within the Pembrokeshire Coast are some gorgeous towns, idyllic villages and one city. The city is St Davids which is located in St Brides Bay, firstly, you need to remove all thoughts of giant shopping malls and a concrete jungle of towering building. In reality, St Davids a charming small village with a varied selection of welcoming local shops and individual eateries, it was only granted a 'City' status because of the presence of its cathedral, making it Britain's smallest city. There are many iconic towns and villages in the Pembrokeshire Coast, but the one which stands head and shoulders above the rest has to be Tenby. The seaside town of Tenby grows in popularity year-on-year, with generations of families returning to this iconic seaside resort year after year, although it's little wonder really when you discover Tenby is blessed with a number of amazing sandy (and award-winning) beaches, a delightful harbour from which fishing and boat trips can be taken, there are also lovely cobbled streets which link the towns many shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.

The Picturesque Coastline Around The Pembrokeshire Coast
Being a coastal national park, it should come as no surprise that the main focus for visitors is its ruggedly beautiful and breathtaking unspoiled coastline. There are two ways to take in this awesome coastline, either get some stout walking boots on and trek off along the 186-mile long Pembrokeshire Coast Path which will allow you to soak up unparalleled views out to sea from dizzying cliff top settings. Alternatively, you can take in the awe-inspiring coastline from the water, by enjoying any number of water-based activities which the Pembrokeshire Coast is famed for.