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The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is 186 miles long, and most of of it is within the National Park. Walking this path, or a section of it, is an excellent way to appreciate the beauty of sea meeting land. For those of you who like to get active, coasteering, surfing or horse riding are good options. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is also an idyllic place to relax and enjoy a slower pace of life. From picnics to sunset shots, this National Park is a holidaymakers paradise.
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What our customers are saying about our Holiday Cottages In The Pembrokeshire Coast To Rent.
- Mrs Jackson, April 2017 - verified booking
"The Old Manor House is an old big house with big rooms. It is built on the ruins of the original manor house which was built at least 400 years ago and some of the ruins are still in the garden which gives it a lot of character. We found the cottage to be very comfortable and had every thing we needed. We stayed for a week and went out every day. The weather was better than we expected and generally better than forecast. Tenby is a lovely town to wonder through. Penralt is a very good garden centre in the north of Pembrokeshire with a lovely drive to get to it. We had a lovely drive exploring the coast from Saundersfoot to Pendine and then on to Pembury Country park. St. David's Cathedral exceeded our expectations and it also serves a lovely lunch. We highly recommend a visit to the Welsh National Botanical Gardens. Stackpole Estate including Bosherton lily lakes and Broadhaven South and Barafundle beaches are lovely places for walking - you could easily spend more than a day here. We highly recommend the cottage and the area."
A FlipKey verified reviewer - verified booking
"The Old Manor House was very comfortable with plenty of space and all the facilities you would expect in a holiday cottage. We enjoyed the choice of two living rooms and were able to relax in comfort. The bedrooms and bathroom were a good size and the kitchen had all the modern comforts. We enjoyed sitting and playing in the garden when the weather allowed. The clothes line in the back garden was useful for drying clothes. The location was close to a supermarket for provisions and well located for exploring all parts of Pembrokeshire. There was nowhere really to walk so a car was essential. There is so much to see and do in this region. Our daughter loved the Blue Lagoon Water Park which was a godsend on rainy days. There are lovely towns to explore like Tenby, Haverfordwest, Narberth and St Davids as well as a beautiful coastline and beaches like Barafundle and Whitesands. The owners live next door and were very welcoming and helpful. We hope to be back one day."
Tim - verified booking
"First impression was that the cottage looked tired and the outside paintwork was not a bright as in the photos.It didn't get any better as you walked through the front door as there was a damp smell.I know it's a very old cottage but some decent air fresheners would have helped.Another more unpleasant smell appeared from time to time,it seemed to be after flushing the toilets.Some of the rugs need a clean or just removed,paint work pealing in places.A couple of odd things like the bedside lamp lead cannot reach the nearest socket and a lampshade missing,which I later found in the wardrobe,which itself had its backboard come away.Out side in the yard there was a constant dripping overflow pipe and the games room was just dingy.On a positive note the beds were comfortable enough and the location,two decent pubs nearby were very friendly and served very good food and a great view of the castle to wake up to.Overall this should be a fabulous cottage,it just needs some TLC."
Mrs Juliet Meikle, Ingatestone, Essex - verified booking
"The location was very good and central to many areas, plus close to amenities. Really liked the size of the cottage, there was plenty of space to not be on top of each other. In peaceful surroundings and the beautiful old ruins in the garden made us feel we were in a Bronte or Austin novel! The owners gave a very detailed holiday manual with guide books to use and maps, which were invaluable. I personally really liked the exceptionally well equipped kitchen where cooking a roast for Easter Sunday was a breeze. The owners should be congratulated on such a well equipped cottage, and I would recommend it to anyone."
Mrs K Deavall - verified booking
"We've lost track of how many times we've stopped in Ty Melyn, certainly over 10 years. It's always so warm, clean and has everything you could need. The weather has not been a complete wash out but not exactly what you'd expect in August. A couple of wetsuits from Tesco saved the day and the boys have enjoyed the sea most days. We have caught a few fish, crabs and other sea life in the rock pools on the beach and a tiny fish in the stream at St David's. Enjoyed seeing the penguins at Folly Farm and had our usual trips for fish and chips to Somethings Cooking at Letterston."