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Holiday Cottages In The Pembrokeshire Coast To Rent

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With a coastline this stunning it’s not a surprise that this is the only coastal National Park in the UK. Graced with sandy beaches and rugged cliffs; there are many ways to enjoy this beauty spot. Pack your walking boots, a camera and your cossie for a fun-filled short break.

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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Holiday Cottages In The Pembrokeshire Coast To Rent

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With a coastline this stunning it’s not a surprise that this is the only coastal National Park in the UK. Graced with sandy beaches and rugged cliffs; there are many ways to enjoy this beauty spot. Pack your walking boots, a camera and your cossie for a fun-filled short break.

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.

  1. Ginny

    Verified purchase

    "This cottage is a gem of a find. Clean, comfortable and so well thought through, with everything you could possibly need. The location is in a small, quiet, unspoilt village with friendly locals and such peace and tranquillity. There is a small shop that stocks most items that you would need. The chip shop Bowens we found was not very good at all. Food was ovepriced and dry. We ate twice at The Ferry, wonderful food, friendly staff and accommodating with our dog. We visited the White Hart on a few occasions, again the food was good as was the service. We walked into Cardigan which takes about 20 minutes and ate at The Grosvenor which was also good. There is a Tesco and Aldi in Cardigan should you need anything that the local shop can't provide. Poppits beach is lovely and not at all crowded, we had coffee at the cafe which is in a lovely position. If you are looking for a relaxing break I can't recommend this cottage enough, the owners are friendly and will advise you of anything you want to know about the local area. Would I visit again? Yes in a heartbeat"
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  2. Amy

    Verified purchase

    "Absolutely lovely little Barn conversation and lovely owners, however there were a few little downfalls if I had to pick them out - this however did not impact our break away and we would visit again, however it is only fair to review accurately.The photos on the listing to do show that the barn is infact attached to the house and also finding the property was extremely difficult as it does not state anywhere that it is located on RoseHill Farm. Not much room in the bedroom and unable to stand, also quite a long walk from the town and not much nearby. The main issue we had was how cold it was inside, the only method of heating we had was from the log burner as there was no central heating. It was extremely cold in the barn and we spent around £25/30 on logs to keep us going for the week.But all in all had a wonderful stay, I hate to moan however I do only feel it is fair to voice my opinions."
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  3. Denise

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely bungalow all you need for home from home, great location very peaceful and quiet, view of the estuary was pleasant. Short drive to poppet sands nice for walking our dog. Owners called to see if we had all we needed, Margaret and John were friendly helpful. Scored a 9 on comfort due to the sofas and bed being very low this was problematic for my husband due to arthritis. Garden fully enclosed which was great for our dog, however there is a drop of around 4 foot from the lawn to the patio our dog being small did cause me some concern when she was running around in case she jumped from the wall and injured her legs. This may also cause concern for families with young children, suggestion to Margaret and John - put a small picket fence or plant some shrubs."
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  4. Annette

    Verified purchase

    "The views were stunning and the best we have had. The cabin is badly in need of updating. No work surface in the kitchen, no proper cupboards, immersion heater for hot water, no drainer. The step down to the bathroom makes it hard to get into. Again, bathroom needs updating. Definitely not the place for tall people, my husband banged his head on the beams at least once a day. TV could do with being larger (my pc screen is this size). Directions are not clear. Sign to S21945 is not easily visible. Distance to car park needs to be changed in details. Was warm and reasonably comfortable. You need to be crossed by a mountain goat to do the walks."
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  5. Mr J Pearson

    Verified purchase

    "We have had a lovely week's stay in this cottage - very peaceful and scenic. Thoroughly recommend Folly Farm if you have kids, and they loved the sandy beaches of Tenby. The Chocolate Factory in Haverfordwest was also a winner with them. A great pub with amazing views of Cleddau Bridge is the Jolly Sailor - great food and amazing play area for little ones. Cottage Inn in the village is also very friendly and welcoming. there are lots of lovely scenic walks in and around the village. A great base to explore the best that Pembrokeshire has to offer - thanks!"
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