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Within almost all of Pembrokeshire's Coast National Park, the trail shows an immense variety of wildlife and greenery. Along with it's stunning views, a long lineage of history has been left behind by our ancestors ready for you to discover.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is a symbol of the true beauty of Wales and the wildlife that surrounds it. Each part of it gives off a different impression and features a wide variety of towns and villages to explore. Be sure to take a trip around the coast path on your visit to Pembrokeshire.

When the Pembrokeshire National Coast Park was formed in 1952, Welsh naturalist Ronald Lockley surveyed the coast for a suitable route for members of the public to enjoy. With a good part of the original coast path land owned by private hands, negotations were made to secure a reliable path across the coastline for everyone to relish. The full completion of the coast path took 17 years, and was finally opened by Wynford Vaughan-Thomas in 1970 with a staggering 180 miles of distance. Today, the footpath has been extended beyond the original distance to its current length, 186 miles.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Every step of the way is another path forward to a new area, each village is different and the landscape encompassing them make the coast path truly stunning. Going up and down the coast path will take you on a trip to locations such as St Davids, with it's grand cathedral, a sacred sanctuary for pilgrims. Along the path you'll also come across stunning beaches such as Whitesands, a truly peaceful place to relax and enjoy away from the busy bustle of life. 

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Explore the islands off the Pembrokeshire coast, each bursting with wildlife, for impressive sights of various seabirds, dolphins and more!

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Holiday on one of the most picturesque coastlines in the world in the comfort of one of our beautiful holiday cottages. Whether you want a cosy cottage for two or a luxury family cottage by the sea we're sure on of our 500+ cottages will make your coastal getaway to Pembrokeshire, Wales perfect.

Holiday Cottages in North Pembrokeshire, Wales North Pembrokeshire Holidays North Pembrokeshire

From New Quay down to Fishguard; wild, rugged, and spectacular is how one would define this area. A coastline littered with little coves and old smugglers caverns to explore. The north is very popular with walkers, cyclists and lovers of the outdoors all year round. North Pembrokeshire is often quieter than the South and during low season you could quite easily find yourself being the only person on your own beach to explore. Popular bases are Newport and Fishguard.

Holiday Cottages in North West Pembrokeshire, Wales North West Pembrokeshire Holidays North West Pembrokeshire

North West Pembrokehsire is also home to the smallest city in the Country - St.Davids which has an abundance of fine restaurants and galleries as well as the stunning Cathedral and Bishop's Palace. Stay in a holiday cottage in St.Davids for a uniquely Pembrokeshire take on a city-break. The North West coast of Pembrokeshire often attracts an impressive variety of sea life, sometimes including larger whale species that can be spotted from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path or experienced with local boat charters

Holiday Cottages in West Pembrokeshire, Wales West Pembrokeshire Holidays West Pembrokeshire

West Pembrokeshire starts in the picturesque harbour village of Solva (once popular with smugglers) and around the coast through Newgale beach, an expansive sandy beach ideal for surfing and ending at the reaches of the Western Cleddau estuary. This area has been very popular with film producers thanks to its incredible natural beauty.

Holiday Cottages in South Pembrokeshire, Wales South Pembrokeshire Holidays South Pembrokeshire

Famous for its long sandy beaches starting on the south side of the estuary travelling round Angle and the surrounding beaches. Tenby, the jewel in the crown, has a vibrant nightlife and social scene while Narberth has a growing reputation for its boutique shopping and restaurants. We have spread across the boarder slightly into Carmarthenshire and have some wonderful properties at the foot of the Brechfa Forest.

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