Accommodation on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Within a two minute walk to the Coastal Path leading to the National Trust’s Ceibwr Bay, this is a perfect location for getting away from it all.Seaview accommodates 10 people in a king-size bedroom (en suite), a double bedroom (en suite) and three twin bedrooms with a large family bathroom. This makes Seaview an ideal property for friends or family to holiday together, or for a family to just enjoy the space. The large kitchen accommodates 10 people comfortably. The living room has a wall of windows to help you drink in the fantastic sea and coastline view, and there are plenty of soft sofas and armchairs. The log burning stove, sitting in its oak beamed fireplace just calls out to be lit and snuggled up to if its chilly outside.The hot tub on the patio offers stunning views of the sea and amazing stargazing in the evenings.We’ve put in all the modern comforts without losing that lovely country cottage feel. There are two flatscreen tv’s, a Wii, dvd player, ipod dock and hi-fi. Also plenty of books and games to keep everyone entertained. We’ve installed two cookers, two hobs, a dishwasher, family sized fridge, a freezer, microwave, washer/dryer, and all the pots, pans and utensils that make self catering so much easier.Although Seaview has a rural and coastal location it is only a 15 minute drive to the pretty market town of Cardigan and a five minute drive to Poppit Sands Beach. As well as the coastal path there are many miles of bridleways and paths leading from the cottage which would enable you to leave the car and enjoy the fresh air.

Stone Cottage Nr Ceibwr Bay. Kitchen/diner. Utility. 2 sitting rooms (1 sofa bed). 2 x king size beds. 1 bathroom. 1 en-suite. 1 outside WC. Large garden, sea views. Walk: coastal path, beach. Explore: Pembrokeshire & Cardigan.This lovely stone cottage is situated in the peaceful village of Moylegrove between Newport beach and Poppit Sands.The coastal path can be joined just a mile away at Ceibwr Bay and the coastal bus passes the front door.Newport and Cardigan are both 5 miles and offer a good variety of shops, eateries, galleries and a theatre/cinema.This stretch of coastline is simply spectacular and Cardigan Bay is famous for its dolphins and birdlife.This cottage is perfect for those seeking peace and quiet in a truly delightful setting.Entrance is into a conservatory which is furnished with comfortable seating and occasional furniture and. There are lovely garden and rural views from this room.A door leads to the light and airy kitchen/diner which is fitted with a range of units, oven, hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, freezer, dining table with seating for 6 and a welsh dresser.The utility room has a washing machine and tumble dryer .The sitting room has an exposed beamed ceiling and an inglenook fireplace with a log burner; perfect for warming up on chilly evenings. There are two sofas, a snuggle chair, coffee table, occasional furniture and wall mounted TV with DVD player.The snug is a second sitting room perfect for reading/studying/relaxing. It has an electric fire, sofa bed (for occasional use), bookshelves, desk and chair.There is a downstairs bathroom with a suite of built in shower, bath, WC and hand basin.Stairs lead to the two bedrooms bedroom 1 has a king size bed, chair, bedside tables, wardrobe with drawers and an EN-suite shower room with a large shower cubicle, WC and hand basin.bedroom 2 also has a king size bed, chair, bedside tables, dressing table and wardrobe.All the beds will be made up with fresh linen for your arrival and towels are included in the rental.Garden and ParkingThere is a large lawned garden to the rear of the house which has lovely views over fields to the sea and is surrounded by mature trees and shrubs.There is an open sided summerhouse and a patio area with a table, chairs and parasol.There is also an outside WC.The field beyond the garden belongs to the cottage and when animals are not grazing, you are welcome to use it for ball games or dog walking.There is off road parking beside the cottage or over the road beside the barns.The (lockable) barns can be used for storing beach equipment, bikes, canoes etc if you wish.

Whether for a family holiday, group getaway, education and training courses, conferences and corporate events, Stackpole is close to everything you could possibly want.  At the heart of the centuries old 2000 acre Stackpole Estate in South Pembrokeshire, the centre has exceptional facilities with excellent value for money accommodation and has even won a Platinum Eco-Centre Award for its environmentally friendly management.   And it could hardly be better situated, in a National Park with wonderful countryside and coast right on your doorstep.The natural surroundings of Stackpole are wonderfully wide and varied, including mature woodlands, dramatic cliffs, dune systems, freshwater lakes, and formal gardens.   That means a great choice of outdoor activities ispossible, from coasteering and kayaking to geocaching and bushcraft, fishing and surf camps to hiking and environmental study.  Or, for those simply looking to relax, you can always just lie on the beach and watch the world go by. The centre has seven delightful houses and cottages, providing a total of 130 beds in a variety of rooms ranging from single and double rooms to bunkhouse style.  And, at prices starting at only £26 per person per night, it really does offer very good value for money.You can choose self-catering or be catered for, with a full range of locally sourced, home made meals prepared by National Trust caterers.  Menus can be tailored for most needs too.

Castlemead is probably one of the most superbly situated small Hotels in West Wales. Nestling at the head of a small wooded valley, Castlemead is set in 1/2 acre of mature grounds & lawns with extensive views across Manorbier Bay, the Norman Church and Castle. Here we offer a gloriously quiet, relaxing atmosphere in the heart of the village yet just a “stones throw” from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and a short stroll to our Blue Flag Beach. Formerly a Gentlemans residence, now a 4 star restaurant with 9 pleasant guest bedrooms, with different views, sizes & costs, all provide the expected comfortable facilities. Castlemead is an ideal base for those walking the coastal path. We are dog friendly and have storage areas for kayaks, canoes or surf boards. ***** awarded 4 stars by the AA and Visit Wales, Castlemead offers a daily changing menu using local seasonal produce whenever possible. Holders of the Pembrokeshire Produce Marquee all our fresh fish comes from Milford Haven Port & meat from the Prescelis. All diets are carefully catered for, prior knowledge of requirements is always helpful. Little ones, with early suppers, often outside on the lawn offering a small healthy eating choice of meals are always popular. The ambience of the restaurant changes with the seasons, in the summer months alfresco dining or drinks on the lawn whilst perusing the menu, in chillier times before a roaring fire or tucked in the cosy bar, it is a place for all seasons. awarded 5 stars by Pembrokeshire Council for food handling processes & safety 6 years in a row. ***** An elegant lounge with a working victorian fireplace and snug sun room with glorious views are the ideal place to relax and unwind. The cosy bar adjoins the restaurant, admire the miscellania, make friends, chat and have a drink. Wifi access is available in this area ***** With views to die for! Rolling lawns with views straight across Manorbier Bay to the sandy beach of Barafundle/ Flanked on the left by an imposing Norman church. On the right the fabulous Manorbier Castle, the view ever changing and always stunning. Guests have exclusive use of the garden during daytime, and during the evenings in the summer months we serve dinner outside, weather permitting ***** We have 9 guest bedrooms, all ensuite with telephones, courtesy trays and flat screen TVs. Due to the history of the building they vary greatly in aspect and size. Sea view rooms are always at a premium, and tend to be larger and get booked earlier. This is reflected in the tariffs we charge. We endeavour always to ensure that those guests whom do not benefit from a sea view in their room have a prime seat in the restaurant to soak up the view. Family rooms are available and the coach house rooms with their own front door are ideal for guests whom wish to bring their dogs, or those whom find stairs difficult.

Welcome to Weston Lodge, our lovingly restored luxury 3-room B&B perfectly located in the centre of Tenby.Opening for our first full season in 2015, we have hosted visitors from as near as Cardiff to the far reaches of Houston, Texas! We are situated just outside the town walls, a two minute walk to the top of the North Beach, the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and magnificent views of Tenby Harbour.When we were planning the renovations, we knew that car parking would be an issue and therefore provide our guests with gated, off street parking offering the opportunity not to use the car at all between arrival and departure. In addition, we have a secure cycle store along with a drying room for wetsuits, walking boots and waterproofs .Tenby town centre, with its rich variety of cafes, restaurants, shops and galleries is a short stroll away meaning that guests have plenty of places to eat in the evenings, or shop for equipment, gifts and souvenirs.So as the new year starts we are lighting  the woodburner in the lounge encouraging our guests to enjoy a drink, before retiring to one of our three luxurious ensuite bedrooms perfect for a great night’s sleep and recovery. A hearty breakfast made from the best locally sourced ingredients is a great way to start a new day and with cakes and cookies freshly made each day to greet the weary rambler returning after a wonderful Welsh walk we make sure guests never go hungry!Come and see us soon!Jacqui and Richard

You’ll find Celtic Haven Resort nestling on the cliff-tops at Lydstep, just a few minutes walk from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in between Tenby and Manorbier. The views across the headland to Caldey Island and the ocean beyond are breath taking, both from the nearby path and the resort itself.Many of our pretty, whitewashed cottages date right back to the 12th Century and are bursting with character and true Welsh charm. With self-catering accommodation ranging in size from one-bedroom cottages for two to our beautiful old Manor House sleeping 12 people, we can accommodate groups of almost any size – from cosy couples escapes to large walking groups.Just paces from your cottage you’ll also find:Waves cliff-top restaurant with delicious Italian-inspired menus, an al fresco terrace and enviable headland views,West Wales’ only Elemis Premier Spa offering a choice of more than 80 tantalising treatments, therapies and packages,Our own 9-hole headland golf course with wonderful views across to Caldey Island,A member’s Leisure Club which is free for all guests staying on site (day passes also available), including our heated indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, fitness suite, all-weather tennis courts and more.Many of our cottages accept pets so we’re perfect for pet-friendly breaks in pretty Pembrokeshire. We’re always happy to recommend a great dog-friendly walk and print out local walking maps to help you get around.We’re always happy to help so feel free to get in touch.

We think that you’ll struggle to find a better Pembrokeshire location than St Florence. It’s in the country yet just minutes from the popular south coast resort of Tenby and also handy for all points west and north – in fact the entire Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Choose to stay at Jordanston Holiday Cottages and you have the added bonus of farmer’s wife Debra Hughes’s local knowledge. ‘Debra is a font of knowledge on where to go and what to do in the local area,’ is one of the glowing reviews on TripAdvisor. Guests also appreciate the way in which she has furnished and fitted out her four top-rated cottages. Families and larger groups might go for Pleasant Valley and Tregoyr (both sleeping eight) while Yr Hen Efail and the cheekily named Just a Cottage sleep six and four respectively. All are bursting with character inside. Yr Hen Efail, the old village blacksmith’s shop, dates back to the 18th century. With its spacious, open plan living area, modern kitchen and patio its previous occupant wouldn’t recognise the place. Or, for that matter, his old house, Tregoyr, though the original wooden and tiled floors, exposed beams and wood panelling are still there. Pleasant Valley is a light, secluded bungalow offering spacious, flexible accommodation while Just a Cottage, next to Debra’s farmhouse, is smart and well appointed (and comes complete with hot tub).”Your holiday time is precious and your comfort is our first priority. We offer a personal and discreet sevice, managing all four cottages ourselves.” – Debra Hughes.Choose from three five star cottages, and one four star cottage, each with unique features and bursting with character. Accommodation with personal touches and carefully chosen furnishings all add up to a relaxing and reviving holiday, in St Florence near Tenby. Pembrokeshire is an exhilarating county, with outstanding scenery and wildlife to explore, and enjoy whilst walking along the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Award winning  blue flag beaches, plenty of historic castles, and adventure parks. Come and explore Pembrokeshire and then return to a warm comfortable cottage. Come and try it.

On the cliffs above Tenby’s sheltered, sunny North Beach, Fourcroft looks spectacularly over the old fishing harbour and across Carmarthen Bay.Though only five minutes walk from the mediaeval walled town centre, with its quaint alleys, little shops, art galleries and workshops, ancient churches and pubs, Fourcroft is on a quiet no-through road, part of the 186 mile (290km) Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Coastal Footpath, voted by National Geographic Magazine judges in 2010 to be the second best coastline… in the world. Private paths from the hotel lead down to the beach through several levels of beautiful landscaped gardens.Fourcroft forms part of a Listed Georgian terrace, built over 175 years ago as individual summer houses.  Over the sixty years and three generations of family ownership, Fourcroft has been consistently upgraded to become one of Tenby’s most luxurious hotels.Most of our 40 bedrooms overlook the bay. All of them offer an extensive range of facilities to ensure your comfort: ensuite bathroom, radio and T.V., central heating, tea and coffee bar, hair dryer, direct dial telephone. A lift runs from the first half landing.

Luxury dog friendly park home, 2 bedroom, Sleeps 4.Available all year round for Sat – Sat 7 night stays, and short breaks in the low season.Seperate cosy rooms. Lounge with wall mounted fire, ambient lighting, and sliding door to decked area. Kitchen with central island, gas hob, double electric oven, microwave, American style fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher. Separate dining room. Small sun room with door to decked area. TV/Freesat and DVD and unlimited WiFi.Bedroom 1 with “zip and link” beds (please state if you require 2 singles, or one king size bed at time of booking). Bedroom 2 with double bed, en suite power shower, WC, and walk in wardrobe. Bathroom with bath/shower over, WC. Duvets, bed linen and towels provided, just bring towels for swimming and beach use. The lodge benefits from double glazing and gas central heating.Large decked area with outdoor seating. Lawned area. Parking for one car alongside the lodge. Rent inclusive of electricity and central heating. 3pm arrival, 10am departure.PLEASANTLY SITUATED CLOSE BY OUR OTHER 3 BEDROOM LODGE. SEE ALSO OUR OTHER LISTING ON THIS WEBSITE.

Bungalow near the sea. Kitchen. Sitting/Dining room. Double, Twin. Walk in shower. 2 x WC. Large garden. Parking. Walk: Beach, shops, pubs, restaurant, coast path. Explore: North Pembrokeshire National Park.This comfortable detached bungalow is tucked away in a quiet location in this pretty village which is within walking distance of the beaches at Pwllgwaelod, Cwm yr Eglwys and Aberbach.Dinas has two village shops, a pub (which serves food), a beachside restaurant, a fish and chip shop, a children’s play park and tennis court. The Pembrokeshire coastal path can be joined at Cwm yr Eglwys or Pwllgwaelod and the coastal walkers’ bus stops in the village as well as the regular service bus.Newport is just a couple of miles away and offers a fabulous selection of eateries.Within a few miles are Fishguard, Cardigan, St Davids, Porthgain and the pretty harbours at Solva and Lower Town.Entrance is into the hallway and through to the large L shaped sitting and dining room with triple aspect, open fireplace and glass doors leading to the patio.The sitting area is furnished with a comfortable sofa, easy chairs, coffee table, TV with DVD player and a bookcase with a selection of books and maps.The dining area has a modern white table with matching chairs.The kitchen is lovely and light, has a double aspect and a range of white fitted units with electric ceramic hob, oven, large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine (please bring pods) and washing machine.The adjacent utility hallway leads to the back door and has a tumble dryer, heating boiler and space for coats and boots.There are 2 bedrooms, both furnished in a contemporary style.bedroom 1 has a double bed, bedside chests with lamps, chest of drawers, wardrobe and chair.bedroom 2 has twin beds, bedside chests with lamps and chest of drawers with mirror.The WET room has a very large walk in shower with glass screen, WC and hand basin.There is also a separate cloakroom with WC and hand basin.Please visit website for more details.

2 Tregroes Cottages is a delightful, semi-detached, stone cottage, surrounded by countryside. It is situated on a quiet lane just one and a half miles from the picturesque harbour town of Fishguard on the Pembrokeshire Coast, with its quaint harbour and range of facilities. The nearest pub is approximately one mile away serving traditional pub food. The nearest railway station is five minutes by car.Fishguard town itself has many shops, cafes and pubs and restaurants, there is also a good leisure centre and swimming pool for those rainy days. Day ferries to Ireland are available from Goodwick harbour for an alternative day out. The Fishguard Folk Festival is held in the late Spring Bank holiday in May, Fishguard International Music Festival is held in July and Aberjazz is held in August, attracting many people every year. The sea skirts around the town with small harbours and beaches; regattas and sailing races are a weekly event during the summer months, and there are usually classes for enthusiastic amateurs of all ages.The coastline here is stunning with rugged cliffs, hidden coves and fantastic walks along the award-winning Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a heaven for walkers, bird watchers, wild life lovers and anyone with an appreciation of splendid coastal scenery. Guests can enjoy long walks, taking in the surrounding scenery, or simply stroll a few minutes to one of the lovely sitting areas overlooking the harbour and enjoy the peace and quiet as you watch the boats move out.

Entrance hall. Open plan Lounge/Dining/Kitchen , TV, DVD and CD player, electric hob, oven, fridge, microwave and washing machine. Magnificent views across the bay. Bedroom , with king-size bed and magnificent views across the bay. Bathroom , with Victorian shower, bidet, wash hand basin and WC. Patio with garden furniture, use of the communal garden. Rent inclusive of electricity and gas central heating. Duvets, bed linen and towels are provided. Non smokers only. 3pm takeover. Fishguard, Goodwick and Lower Town form a close and friendly community in north Pembrokeshire. The area is famous as the location of ‘The Last Invasion of Britain’ when in 1797 French troops landed nearby. Local heroine Jemima Nicholas captured many of the invaders single handed and the Frenchmen later negotiated their surrender at the Royal Oak inn and laid down their arms on Goodwick Sands.The invasion is commemorated by an imposing and internationally famous tapestry which is on display at the Last Invasion Gallery in the Town Hall.Fishguard stands on an imposing headland commanding superb views of the bay. It is the main shopping centre of north Pembrokeshire with two small supermarkets and family-run shops and businesses. There is a choice of hotels, pubs, restaurants and cafes with several pubs providing entertainment at weekends. The town provides many superb walks including the Marine Walk which has outstanding coastal views.The town is served by the Fishguard town service bus, which runs alternatly from Harbour Village or Stop-and-Call to Fishguard town hall. Two Fishguard – St Davids bus routes also pass through the town.

Strumble Head Cottage. Sitting & dining room with log burner. Kitchen. Bathroom. Double & twin. Garden with summerhouse. Coast path 100 yds. St Davids, Porthgain, Strumble Head & Fishguard close-by.This comfortable and cosy traditional crog loft holiday cottage enjoys a lovely location near Pwllderi and is just a few hundred yards from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.The detached natural stone and colour washed cottage enjoys privacy and seclusion and makes an ideal retreat for those wishing to have a completely quiet break away from it all.There is a large, completely enclosed lawned garden to the rear of the cottage with garden furniture. In the garden there is a cedar summer house which is furnished with an upholstered cane suite and table.Entrance into a spacious open-beamed lounge and dining room with crog loft feature over the dining area which is furnished with a welsh dresser, oak table and four chairs.The focal point of the lounge area is the large stone inglenook fireplace with cast-iron wood-burning stove. The room has a comfortable upholstered suite of sofa and two armchairs, satellite TV, DVD CD player with radio and occasional furniture. There are books and games provided.The kitchen has a range of fitted birch wood units with feature glass fronted wall units, fridge/freezer, electric double oven, gas hob, dishwasher and microwave cooker.Three steps lead from the living room to the bathroom and bedrooms that are at the rear of the property.bedroom 1 has an Edwardian style double bedstead, wardrobe, chest of drawers, bedside drawers and views over the garden.bedroom 2 has twin pine beds, wardrobe, chest of drawers, bedside drawers and views over the garden. All beds have duvets and will be made up with fresh linen prior to your arrival.The bathroom has a bath with shower over, WC, washbasin, centrally heated towel rail and electric shaver point.Access to the rear garden from the cottage is through a porch that houses a washing machine and central heating boiler. The porch is an ideal place to store walking boots and outdoor clothing.Please visit website for more details.

Located on a small holding one mile from Trefin, and one and a half miles from Porthgain, the Lodge sits pride of place on the Pembrokeshire coast, enjoying 180 degree sea views, reaching from Strumble head, to the North Bishop. The vivid sunsets all year round are a sight to behold, forcing a brilliant glow on the landscape around. The Lodge patio is the perfect place for viewing these wonders, and with picnic benches and a BBQ, why not enjoy a meal at the same time?               Converted from 150 year old traditional stone barns, the hostel retains its rustic appeal, and character on the outside, whilst remaining comfortable and modern within. The Lodge sleeps 23 people split between 5 en-suite rooms, with all beds premade, ready for use. There’s a fully equipped, self-catering kitchen diner, comfy sitting room and efficient drying room. There is central heating throughout the building, ample off road parking at no charge, and easy access to public transport.             The Lodge is ideal for families and groups & individuals. Dogs welcome by arrangement, exclusive hire possible.

Nestled in a beautiful wooded valley, one mile from Abermawr beach and one mile from the hilltop village of Mathry, the ecolodge provides for all your creature comforts and your friendly “home from home” accommodation. Rooms vary from singles, doubles, twins, and family rooms and we also have Glamping in our lovely geodesic Dome. Our resident chef provides all the delicious home-cooked meals with full Welsh breakfasts, packed lunches and hot lunches at the lodge, and hearty evening meals.The ecolodge is built around a traditional Welsh farmhouse courtyard, with inspirational views down the National Trust valley to the sea. We have a lovely dining room and lounge equipped with a delightful wood-burning stove and the lodge is kept warm and cosy all year round courtesy of our ground source heat pump and wonderful underfloor heating. The lodge has a well-stocked bar including Welsh and Pembrokeshire brews, and teas, herbal teas, coffee and cold drinks are available 24 hours to help yourself. We have a series of lovely local walks right from the lodge which get you out to explore the nearby beaches and coast, as well as the unspoilt National Trust Abermawr woodland and valley. Preseli Venture’s awesome adventure activities will get you out and enjoying the amazing wildlife and stunning coastal environment which is right on our doorstep. These activities are run directly from the lodge: try sea kayaking, coasteering and surfing. We also offer our self-guided eco walking holidays on the Pembrokeshire coast path.Credit cards are accepted and we are easily accessible by public transport with our local train station at Fishguard and Goodwick just 5 miles away, and we are also on coastal bus routes.

This semi-detached cottage is set in the village of Trefin, eight miles from St Davids, with accommodation for two people in one bedroom.All ground floor. One double bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Shared external utility.S38628 is a lovely, semi-detached cottage in the heart of the village of Trefin, eight miles from St Davids in South Wales. This cottage sleeps two people in one double bedroom and also has a shower room and an open plan living area with a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area. Outside there is a patio with furniture, where you can enjoy alfresco dining in the sunshine, and off road parking for one car. In a lovely setting, with lots of walks and cycle routes to explore nearby, S38628 provides an ideal romantic break in a lovely part of Wales.Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.The village of Trefin offers a pub and craft shop. The famous coastal path is nearby, as is the city of St Davids.Please visit website for more details.

Property DescriptionFarmhouse Kitchen Cottage. Stunning open plan kitchen/dining/sitting and snug with log stove. Double, twin & cot rooms. Stylish shower room. Walk: Coastal path, country lanes. Explore: St Davids, Abereiddy, Porthgain & North Pembrokeshire.Situated close to St Davids, Abereiddy beach and Porthgain harbour, this lovely cottage was formerly the Farmhouse kitchen and servants quarters.It dates from the 14thcentury and has now been lovingly renovated to provide stylish and contemporary living with traditional features.From the slopes behind the cottage the views of the coastline are truly spectacular and the Coastal Path can be joined by simply walking across two fields.There are lots of beaches and coves close by including Whitesands, The Blue Lagoon, Traethllyfn, and Abermawr.St Davids has a great selection of individual shops, galleries and eateries.Entrance is into the hallway and through to the gorgeous open plan kitchen/living/dining and snug with exposed beams and oak and limestone floors.The decor is in muted shades of grey, lime and taupe.The kitchen has a range of high gloss cream units incorporating electric fan oven and hob, combi-microwave, and dishwasher.The adjacent utility room has a 50/50 fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and ample space for hanging coats and drying walking boots by the boiler.The dining area has an extendable dining table and 4 chairs (more available).The sitting area has an electric fire, large contemporary sofa, 2 armchairs, coffee table and TV with DVD player.The cosy snug is where the original range once stood and has a massive curved oak beam, slate floor, woodburning stove, settle and wooden armchair making a perfect spot to toast your toes after a long walk.The WET room is on the ground floor off the hallway and has a suite of walk in deluge shower, wc and hand basin.There is a central oak staircase making a striking feature in the sitting room, this leads to the two bedrooms both of which have high A frame beamed ceilings and the original low windows as well as velux windows.bedroom 1 has a double bed, bedside chests, hanging rail and wicker chairs and a table.A door leads to the original outside stone steps.bedroom 2 has twin beds, bedside chest, chest of drawers and a hanging rail.A door leads through to a third room which can be used for a cot/playing games/suitcase storage.Garden and ParkingAcross the lane from the cottage there is a lovely walled garden (in progress 2017) where the vegetables and fruits for the Farmhouse were probably grown many years ago.Garden furniture is provided.There is a large gravelled parking area and lovely central walled enclosure where the water pump always was.Please visit website for more details.

A warm welcome awaits you at Ramsey House in peaceful St Davids, at the heart of Pembrokeshire. Ramsey House offers you the ideal combination of professional hotel management and the warmth of a luxury 5 star family-run boutique bed and breakfast in both accommodation and fine dining, to the highest standards. Owners Shaun and Suzanne Ellison are proud of their very special guest-house. All rooms and bathrooms at Ramsey House are furnished in a ‘Boutique Hotel’ style, with every aspect of your stay carefully considered, and every item sourced with luxury in mind. We have many years experience in the hospitality business and pride ourselves in combining this expertise with a warm and relaxed ambience for your stay with us.   Ramsey House makes a marvellous centre for whatever activity or pastime you may wish to pursue – although sitting back and reading your favourite author in our peaceful lounge or on the beach is also considered an ‘activity’ in our eyes! We are just a gentle stroll away from the centre of Britain’s smallest city, St David’s, with its wealth of history and legend – from St Non (mother of St David), through Viking raids, to the amazing 12th century Cathedral and Bishops Palace – all awaiting your visit. Or walk the beautiful countryside that surrounds us and marvel at the abundance of flora and fauna – or join one of the several boat trips that venture out around the Pembrokeshire Islands which are host to some of the most important and exciting nature reserves in Europe. Or enjoy a round of golf at one of the many and varied courses that are in the area. We will be delighted to advise you on the many activities available and make the necessary bookings and arrangements, should you wish. We are here to ensure that you enjoy your stay with us to the full. We will cater for your every wish, whether you plan to walk the nearby Coast Path with its magnificent vistas across the bay, or you just want to relax in our comfortable lounge and take tea in the garden, it’s all fine with us. We would also be delighted to provide you with that extra extravagance for special occasions, just let us know in advance what you would like – champagne and lobster’s good! Our three double and three twin rooms are all you would expect from a modern, yet extremely comfortable, luxury guest-house – and then some more. All first floor rooms have stunning views, either out to sea, across the adjacent picturesque countryside or overlooking the world famous St Davids Cathedral. Our ground floor rooms have views across our well-kept and enclosed gardens and are perfect for guests who don’t wish to climb stairs. Our relaxed atmosphere combined with personal service and superb cuisine is enjoyed by our many guests who come back time and again to stay with us. Why not come and try us? You won’t be disappointed.

S6336 is a lovely restored old pigsty, situated in the village of Little Haven. The cottage sleeps four and has two bedrooms.Two bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double, 1 x mezzanine double. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburner.S6336, situated in the village of Little Haven, is set within the grounds of the owners’ ownhome and offers original features, including open beams and stone walling. A former pigsty, the cottage has been fully restored to a high standard and offers light and airy rooms. The cottage sleeps four and has two bedrooms – one ground floor double and one mezzanine double which is accessed via a stairway. There is also a well equipped fitted kitchen with dining area, sitting room with a cosy woodburner and a bathroom. There is also the bonus of off road parking for two cars and a gravelled area with garden furniture. Little Haven has many amenities and a lovely beach, plus the surrounding area has a number of attractions and places to visit. S6336 is ideal for exploring Little Haven and beyond.Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.The pretty village of Little Haven, is situated around a small cove on the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline. The village has a number of amenities including a selection of cafes, a bistro, pubs and a craft shop, plus a coastal footpath which runs along the cove and the fabulous beach which is a perfect place to relax with a good book. There are many attractions and places to visit within this part of Wales including St Davids, which is the smallest city in Wales and offers a wonderful cathedral, shops, tea rooms and restaurants. The county also offers many castles, mills and craft centres along with the attractions of Folly Farm and Oakwood Theme Park. Little Haven and the surrounding area has something for everyone at any time of the year.

Rosemoor Country Cottages and Nature Reserve – Pembrokeshire Coast National ParkApproached down narrow country lanes, Rosemoor is hidden in an lovely valley in the far south west of Pembrokeshire, within walking distance (just 2 miles) of St. Bride’s Bay.Formerly the seat of a large Victorian country estate, Rosemoor sits on a hill side, overlooking its own lake and woodlands, in the tiny hamlet of Walwyn’s Castle, the few remains of which are within our 35-acre grounds. At Rosemoor you will findspacious, comfortable, well-appointed, yet reasonably priced cottagesa perfect base to explore Pembrokeshire’s many lovely beaches, the Coast Path and the islands, as well as its many places of intereststunning views of the countryside around you: a true chance to experience the peace and quiet for which Pembrokeshire is renowneda nature lovers’ paradise on your doorstep: the Rosemoor Nature Reserve with its 5-acre lake boasts badgers, otters, orchids, other wild flowers and many species of birdslarge grounds with safe (partly walled) gardens and an attractive playground.home cooked food available by pre-orderWe are popular with visitors who like to spend their spare time in unspoiled corners of the UK and like quiet, natural surroundings and dark skies at night. The proximity of the Atlantic Ocean and the Pembrokeshire National Coastpath is a great attraction. We are both keen walkers and are happy to advise you on walks in the area.Your accommodation comes fully equipped, with your beds made. There is a WiFi hotspot, pay-phone and laundry on site.We are a non-smoking establishment.For enquiries email us at [email protected]

We are a family run park 1.5miles inland of Nolton Haven on the mid St Brides Bay Coast set on level ground with panoramic views of the Preseli Hills and surrounding open countryside. Many safe sandy beaches within a five mile radius these include Newgale Sands, Nolton Haven, Druidston Haven, Broad Haven and Little Haven.Accommodation available:     Facilities for 15 touring caravans and tents are provided in an area to the south of the static park offering electric hook ups to all pitches. 5 hard standing pitches are available. Extra area is allocated to tents for the month of August, with no electric facilities. There is a toilet and shower block offering free hot showers and dish washing facilities. A laundry room with coin operated washer, dryer and iron. Also a chemical disposal point that is covered and lit. Baby changing and bath are available.Static CaravansThere are 30 static caravans on site, a large proportion being privately owned, with a small hire fleet of 8 units being personally supervised by the park owners. All caravans provide accommodation for up to 6 persons with two or three bedrooms providing sleeping accommodation in 1 double bedroom, and 1 or 2 twin bedrooms and a combination of beds in the living area being a double or two singles.Toilet and bathroom with shower, kitchen with gas cooker, microwave and fridge, spacious lounge/dining area with TV.Fully equipped for 6 persons with crockery, cutlery, blankets, duvets and covers. Bed linen is not provided. Some of the caravans have central heating systems in place. Travel cot and highchair available if required.Children’s play area with large open spaces for ball games and bicycle riding.Shepherds HutsWe have two beautiful shepherds’ huts which are situated to the south of the park. Both are fully equipped with crockery, cutlery, bedding, cooker and a small fridge. There are hot showers and toilet facilities available on site within walking distance of the hut. Thrift has a kingsize bed to sleep 2 adults and a small private decking area provides beautiful views out over the surrounding countryside and sea. Heather has a double bed and a single bed / seating area, and has the added benefit of a small toilet and separate sinkBeing just off the mid Pembrokeshire coast we are situated in a central location for exploring most of the coastal path north and south of us within an easy drive.  The coastal shuttle bus also runs through the village of Nolton Haven. Our location puts you within easy reach of Fishguard, St Davids, Dale, Matin`s Haven and Skomer Island.  Tenby Pembroke and The south coast are only a short drive.With our easy to use search and booking service you can see up-to-date unit availability and book online.We are sure you will love Pembrokeshire as much as we do- so visit our website to start the ball rolling in creating that perfect family holiday in Pembrokeshire.

Cottage. Kitchen. Lounge/dining room. Double. Single. Bunks. Bathroom. Cloakroom. Garden. Walk to pub, eateries & shop. Beach & coast path 1 mile. Dale, Skomer Island, Little & Broad Haven nearby.This comfortable holiday cottage is situated in Marloes village less than a mile from the stunning golden sands of Marloes Beach, Musselwick Sands and is just 2 miles from Dale.The island of Gateholm is accessible at low tide and the Pembrokeshire coastal path is easily joined.This stretch of coast is stunningly beautiful with glorious views of the bird islands of Skokholm and Skomer. There are regular island boat trips from nearby Martin’s Haven to see the Puffins, Gannets and Shearwaters on Skomer.Marloes has a village pub (The Lobster Pot), Church, Post Office & shop with cafe (open all year) so most needs are catered for, Milford Haven is 9 miles and Haverfordwest is 12 miles.Ground FloorEntrance is into the hallway with a cloakroom containing WC and hand basin to your left.The kitchen has a range of fully fitted oak units incorporating integral appliances of electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine.The L shaped lounge/diner has patio doors leading to a porch and out to the attractive small enclosed garden.The dining area has a dining table and 6 chairs.The sitting area has 2 comfortable sofas, pouffe, nest of tables, and a TV with DVD player.On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms and a bathroom.bedroom 1 has a double bed, bedside tables, built in wardrobe and a chest with mirror.bedroom 2 has a single bed (with a further pull out bed under for occasional use), bedside table, wardrobe and mirror.bedroom 3 has a set of 3′ bunk beds, bedside table, chest and space for hanging clothes. Beds are all made up with fresh linen for your arrival.The family bathroom has a suite of bath with shower over, WC and hand basin.Please visit website for more details.

Angle Bay B&B offers high quality ensuite rooms with sea views.  Located on the water’s edge in East Angle Bay, the B&B is in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park.  The Pembrokeshire Coast Path passes in front of the Bed and Breakfast.  As well as walking, Angle is an ideal base for activities such as surfing, cycling, sailing, birdwatching and fishing.  We are just 15 minutes walk from West Angle Bay, perfect for a lazy day by the sea.  South Pembrokeshire has a variety of beautiful sandy beaches, including Barafundle, Broadhaven South and Freshwater East.  Freshwater West beach, popular with surfers, is just 2 miles away.A full breakfast is provided using locally sourced ingredients of the highest quality.  The hearty cooked breakfast will include Pembrokeshire bacon, sausages (vegetarian if requested), fresh local eggs and laver bread (seaweed) gathered from nearby Freshwater West beach.  If cooked breakfasts are not your thing there is porridge, luxury muesli, yogurt made in Wales and fresh fruit salad.  Gluten-free bread is also available.

Bungalow. Kitchen. Lounge/diner. Log stove. Double. Twin. Bathroom. Terraced gardens & decking. Walk to shops, pubs & eateries, coast path, slipway. Freshwater West, Barafundle Bay & Pembroke nearby.A hidden gem. ‘S71832′ is a detached holiday bungalow situated on Beach Road in the waterside hamlet of Llanreath at Pembroke Dock in Pembrokeshire.Set in three quarters of an acre of lovely terraced gardens, this delightful south facing property commands fabulous views of the Milford Haven estuary, the 18 hole South Pembrokeshire Golf Course and the local woods.The Pembrokeshire coastal path is only 5 minutes’ walk from the doorstep and a small launching slipway is a convenient 2 minute stroll away.The historic town of Pembroke with its pleasing array of riverside pubs and restaurants as well as the imposing Norman castle is only a five minute car journey away.Many of South Pembrokeshire’s best sandy beaches, including Freshwater West and Barafundle Bay are within easy reach.This is a great base from which to explore south Pembrokeshire and the beautiful coastline and is especially ideal for couples and families wishing to enjoy the great outdoors.Less able visitors should be aware that there are a flight of steps which lead down to the property.A flight of steps lead down from the parking area to the bungalow. The attractive lounge dining room ensures breath-taking views throughout all seasons. The lounge area features a multi fuel stove and is furnished with a comfortable corner sofa, a giant bean bag, colour TV DVD player, Hi-fi, books and games cupboard.The dining area contains a pine table and matching chairs and patio doors open onto the decked terrace where one can sit and watch the ever changing views over the waterways.The kitchen contains fitted units, electric oven, hob, fridge/freezer and microwave oven.There is an adjacent utility room which contains a dishwasher and automatic washing machine.The bathroom contains bath with overhead electric shower wash hand basin and WC.There is also a separate WC.The master bedroom contains a double bed with matching bedroom furniture.The second bedroom contains twin beds with matching bedroom furniture.Pretty co-ordinating bed linen is provided for the beds which all have duvets.Garden and ParkingThere is a terraced garden to the fore of the cottage with decking, BBQ area and a post and rail fence.Lovely views of the estuary and golf course make this an ideal spot to enjoy al-fresco dining or some sunshine.There is private parking for two cars above the property.An old cottage hearth place makes a charming feature in the enclosed sun trap courtyard garden to the rear of the property.Garden furniture is providedOther InformationThere are night storage heaters throughout the bungalow. Heating – included in the rental from May to September and charged at a flat rate of £20 per week between October & April, please leave your payment at the property. The multi fuel stove is available for use upon request only at the time of booking. Wood and anthracite can be purchased directly through the owner, or please provide your own.A Travel Cot and High Chair are provided.No pets.Towels are available to hire at £5 per guest.No smoking.

Fields Lodge(as indicated on the map) is situated on the Coast Path at Sandy Haven, Herbrandston (Diversion route) and only a short walk from the main path itself. It is an ideal starting point for the North Pembrokeshire walk if you do not wish to cover the Pembroke-Milford stretch. Accessible by train at Milford Railway Station, with the bus stop to Herbrandston just a few hundred yards away, it is an easy trip to reach Herbrandston.Fields Lodge has 4 double bedrooms, 3 ensuite, 1 with private facilities and a jacuzzi bath. Frequented by many Coast Path walkers, you will find a friendly face here. The accommodation is to a high standard and breakfasts are a hearty event, Fields Lodge has won the award for the ‘Finest Breakfast in Pembrokeshire’, and you will be sorted for the day after all the local produce on offer and the delicious breakfasts cooked on the 1950 Aga,Herbrandston is a quiet, uncommercialised village, with one pub a post office, church & village hall but has everything you need for this leg of your journey.Fields Lodge has a laundry service alos, should you wish to freshen up your things on your way round.