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Early May Bank Holiday Cottage Holidays in Pembrokeshire, Wales

May Day, or the Early May Bank Holiday, takes place on the first Monday in the month of May each year in the United Kingdom. In many places May Bank Holiday is seen as the start of the summer season, we think it's a great opportunity to visit Pembrokeshire and see the true nature of our county in all its glory.

Treat yourself to an Early May Bank Holiday Break in Pembrokeshire and explore the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside!

Early May Bank Holiday Cottage Breaks in Wales

All of the holiday cottages below are available for an Early May Bank Holiday Break.

If you need any help then please call us on 01437 765 765 and we'll be happy to help.

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