Holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire will see you immersed in the sensational coastal scenery of west Wales. Pembrokeshire is the perfect holiday cottage destination and its golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming with wildlife never lose their appeal. Escape to the west coast of Wales and explore dramatic cliffs on the edge of Pembrokeshire’s coastal landscape. Discover the secretive wild locations of the mesmerising Pembrokeshire and create a set of memories to last a lifetime.
The National Trust has more than 20 unique Pembrokeshire holiday cottages. Our cottages in Pembrokeshire are just a selection of our holiday cottages in Wales. Pembrokeshire’s charming collection of holiday cottages is shrouded in the rich colours of the Welsh countryside, and the landscape can be profusely enjoyed by all.
A holiday cottage in Pembrokeshire makes an ideal base for exploring all the countryside has to offer. Don’t forget to check out our guide for things to see and do in Pembrokeshire. Pembrokeshire is also protected by Britain’s only coastal national park. A holiday to Wales is perfect for a short UK break!
A Pembrokeshire holiday means you can truly unwind in the special places that the Trust exquisitely look after. The rugged Welsh terrain injects immense views over to Ireland from the colossal St David’s Peninsula to Stackpole’s nature reserve where a variety of creatures, large and small like to make their home. Notably, Stackpole was home to BBC’s Springwatch in early 2016.
Stackpole offers a number of historic cottages for your stay. The 16th-century Dairy Cottage is a cosy place sleeping four, just minutes from the Wales Coast Path. Stackpole Cottage and Farm Cottage share parts of the original farmhouse with enclosed gardens and stone flagged floors. Stackpole Quay is the perfect place for kayaking and exploring the ruins of Stackpole Court. Three converted farm buildings, Byre 1, 2 & 3, sleep between 2 and 5 people with wonderful sea views, wooden beams, and stone walls - just minutes from Stackpole Quay.
Trust gardens combine woodland with wildflower meadows and a meandering stream and Colby Woodland Gardens is set in a hidden valley, towards Kilgetty. Here you will find three perfect holiday cottages sleeping 4 to 6 people. Little Breck is a three bedroomed cottage originally built for Miss Mason, the donor of Colby Woodland Gardens. The Cwms is a victorian cottage reached by a little bridge over a stream and Rose Cottage looks out onto the stream offering you relaxation in a secluded garden.
Close to the wooded shores of the Western Cleddau river is Little Milford Farmhouse and Little Milford Lodge. Both holiday cottages are in secluded woodland with views of the river beyond. Tucked away in the vistas and overlooking the open waves, is the National Trust restored listed building of Tan y Bwlch, which sleeps two, is the epitome of a romantic getaway.
Enjoy the luxury of a private roof terrace with Moryn and gaze out across the horizon at Porthdinllaen on the Llyn Peninsula. The ancient land of St David’s Peninsula is a must-see location to explore, and a prime example of Welsh heritage. The UK’s smallest city is also be found here. In St David’s, visitors can enjoy its awe-inspiring walks and outstanding views.
Pembrokeshire is home to many quality Welsh walks. St David’s Head coastal walk is one of the most spectacular trails in all of Wales. The 6km rugged circular walk takes you past many prehistoric monuments, rock-filled landscape and there is a superb array of coastal wildlife to spot.
Conservation is incredibly important to the Trust. An inspirational example of one of our restoration projects is Treleddyd Fawr, a Grade II listed building, which is exemplary of a traditional Pembrokeshire cottage. Discover Cilgerran Castle, which the Trust acquired in 1938, a 13th-century fortress in the heart of west Wales.
Why Choose A National Trust Holiday Cottage in Pembrokeshire?
Our holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire are on or very close to land managed by the Trust and you’ll enjoy the space to relax in truly unbelievable locations. Every time you stay with us, the proceeds go directly back towards protecting, restoring or opening up buildings and landscapes for everyone to enjoy. Your contribution is invaluable in helping the National Trust continue to protect and grow these special places.
We are exceptionally proud of our guest feedback and know that people love to keep returning to their special holiday cottage and enjoy its pleasure over and over again.
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A single storey courtyard cottage in this small complex close to the sea in a remote setting.
Single storey lodge built in 1950 as accommodation for workers on the Little Milford estate.
This farmhouse is in a fantastic location within a couple of hundred yards of the sea.
A secluded Victorian cottage set in a wooded valley close to woodland gardens.
A simple converted farm building in a fabulous location at Stackpole
Large, simple accommodation situated on the very edge of lovely Bosherston Lilyponds.