Providing Holidays in Pembrokeshire for over 50 Years

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Summer Cottages

Finding your school summer holiday cottage couldn't be easier. All of the cottages here have availability for the main summer weeks.

Pembrokeshire is a wonderful place to come and spend your holiday. There is so much to do and such stunning scenery to explore.

There are beaches, super sandy expanses of beach, small secluded coves, beaches backed by dunes, beaches with rock pools there are around 50 of them some easy to get too others require a bit of a trek. Many have won annual awards for cleanliness, water quality and their management. Beaches provide a great day out making sandcastles, relaxing on a sun lounger, playing Frisbee or just simply running back and forth in the waves. A number of beaches do have watersports on offer from Coasteering at Stackpole Quay, or trying to stand on the surfboard in Dale. There are also plenty of sea adventures to go on, a favorite is the one to Skomer and Skokholm which has the largest Puffin colony in Southern Britain or Grassholm Island which has the largest gannet colony in the world!

There is 186 miles of coastal paths to explore - so if you’re a keen walker then this is the activity for you. The Pembrokeshire coastal path hugs the coastline on its way round with all its amazing scenery. From St Dogmaels in the North to Amroth in the South passing 58 beaches and14 Harbours. You can choose a section to complete in any season but in summer you can see the lovely colours of the wild flowers and with the breeze coming in off the sea it very refreshing.

If you enjoy gardens then visit Colby Woodland Garden, Amroth a lovely day can be spent by the stream taking part in a duck race or messing about on the rope swing. There are 40 acres of gardens at Picton Castle or a walled garden at Upton Castle to discover.

The children will love to visit Folly Farm with lots of animals - Lions, Llamas, Meerkats, Giraffes, Penguins, Farm animals and lots of playgrounds for both outdoor and indoor fun, there is also an indoor Victorian fair. Heatherton has go karting, crazy golf, bumper boats, archery and water zorbing. Oakwood Theme Park is in the top ten of UK theme parks with over 30 rides and attractions with big thrilling rollercoaster to more family fun rides for smaller children. Anna’s Welsh Zoo was founded by Anna Ryder Richardson and lets you come close to endangered breeds, there are also walk through enclosures with the wallabies and lemurs. There is the ultimate in laser combat at Battlefield Live just a short drive from Tenby with a jungle themed woodland it will certainly get your adrenaline going. Castell Henllys is great interactive fun - an Iron Age Fort which teaches children and the parents arts and crafts of the age.

If you’re interested in mountain biking then Pembrokeshire is great with its world class trails, MTB Pembrokeshire provided training, skills and guided rides. Coppet Hall beach next to Saundersfoot is home to the first Stand up paddleboarding School - Good Trails, lessons can be booked depending on the weather! If you enjoy climbing then Tenby has an indoor climbing centre, The Overhang, ideal for when the weather isn't too great!

Pembrokeshire is a great county to explore. Discover and be inspired.

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Bwthyn-Bach

St David's - Pembrokeshire

This converted stable retains the characterful beams and is only 1 mile from the beach and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

  • Sleeps 2 people
  • 1 Bedroom
  • Sorry, no pets
  • No Internet Connection
  • Private parking
£310 - £460 per week *

WAV368 View property

  • Sleeps 2 people
  • 1 Bedroom
  • Sorry, no pets
  • No Internet Connection
  • Private parking
  • Bed linen included
  • 1 Mile from the coast
  • 1 Mile to a pub
  • 1 Mile to a shop
  • Ground floor bathroom
  • 1 Double bed
  • Garden/courtyard

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