Holiday Cottages In Pembrokeshire To Rent
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From soft sands to imposing cliffs, Pembrokeshire is just the place for a coastal break whether you want to build sandcastles, lounge in the sun or get active. With impressive natural surroundings make the most of the activities on offer from coasteering to kite surfing. Then, after a long day in the fresh air, enjoy a relaxing evening in the comfort of your holiday cottage.
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Sarah - verified booking
"We had a lovely stay at Y Morwr. There is lots to do in the surrounding areas with some lovely castles and museums to visit. The apartment was very comfortable and had everything we needed except for towels or tea towels!! This meant that we had to go shopping on Sunday and buy a selection of both. Showering on the first morning was a challenge. Speaking to Ruth (the lady who caretakes the property). a few days later, she explained that towels should have been there and she seemed to think that the owner must have taken them for some reason. We also (strangely) found a pair of ladies pants in the washing machine!! They had been washed though but was not what we expected and the small teapot in the kitchen could do with a good bleaching. Apart from that everything was perfect with a very well equipped kitchen and a lovely comfy bed. There is a lovely view from the lounge over the marina.If you cannot be without wifi then be warned as there isn't any. The wife code is available from the marina office; however, after having access to the visitor's password and the berth-holders password (which was kindly given to us after explaining that the visitors one did not work) we gave up. Luckily neither of us needed nor wanted to be 'attached' to our phones. It was our wedding anniversary whilst we were there and when we arrived there was a bottle of wine along with a card and some flowers waiting for us which was a lovely gesture.The Bar restaurant directly across the road is very nice. We had dinner there twice and it was most enjoyable. There is a cafe style place underneath the Bar which is closing down at the end of September. Hopefully someone will take it over otherwise there is little else actually at the marina."
Felicity - verified booking
"One of the nicest holiday cottages we've ever been to. It was spotlessly clean and very well-equipped. We loved being able to open the patio doors when the weather was good and drink in the view. Also enjoyed having two lounges and two TV's which was good for different age-groups. Heated towel rails in both bathrooms helped to dry swimming towels out after the beach which was only a short drive away. Everything had been thought of - clean washing up brush, tea-towels, washing up liquid, pegs, cling film, sandwich boxes, cupboard space for food, hangers in wardrobes - I know it sounds trivial but I've been to places with none of these! Highlights of our holiday were a speedboat trip with VentureJet near St Davids and coasteering which was massive fun. Would definitely recommend a stay here."
GAYNOR - verified booking
"Lovely cottage and we would stay here again and recommend. We had a couple of issues with electricity going off so some food in 'fridge was spoiled (my smoked salmon!).. Owners came straight out after we 'phoned them (had to drive up the road to do so as no signal on mobiles (see below)) and, after the second issue, brought us some freshly laid eggs from their chickens. Nice touch! They also left us a bottle or red wine for our arrival.I was concerned that there was no landline and no mobile phone signal at the cottage and, if one had required emergency services, a 5 minute drive to get a signal would be required. Dongle did not work either. I thus think a landline should be installed if possible.Otherwise, we really enjoyed our stay here in this lovely location."
Chris - verified booking
"This house is situated in a very quiet, remote location. Ideal if you want to get away from it all. The accommodation is of a high standard with very comfortable beds and a well appointed kitchen. Both lounges have comfortable seating and a television. Reasonable WiFi is available throughout the building. Both bathrooms worked well and there was plenty of hot water. Outside there is a pleasant garden with garden furniture. The long clothes line made it easy to dry things in good weather. The addition of a tumble dryer in the washing machine area also made drying easy when wet.There is ample parking plus a garage which easily holds one car."
Sue - verified booking
"The property is in a fantastic location being part of a marina. Quiet, relaxing location, local walks and convenient for many tourist attractions of great interest. There is a restaurant on the quay which is very good, but the coffee shop with lovely breakfasts is closing at the end of this month for redevelopment. Did not find another pub within walking distance. The history of Brunel’s Quay is very interesting, we were staying in a location which is of great historical significance. Pembrokeshire is a beautiful county with extensive and panoramic costal walks, wildlife too is in abundance."