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With our collection of coastal cottages in West Wales you are sure to find the perfect retreat for a beachside holiday. We have everything from holiday homes with ocean views on the West Wales coastline to cottages in traditional seaside towns, so you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to making that final decision. From sea view apartments to large captain’s houses overlooking beaches and harbours, we have just the place for you.
Make the most of the West Wales and Pembrokeshire coastline with a stay at one of our holiday cottages – start discovering your perfect place to stay from among our self-catering accommodation above. You can visit the wonderful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with the Pembrokeshire Coast Path at its fringes. There is wildlife to spot and nature to enjoy on the trail, a wonderful, peaceful way to enjoy this corner of West Wales. Also visit the sandy beauty of the West Wales beaches at Barafundle Bay, Freshwater West, Broad Haven, Marloes Sands, Whitesands Bay, New Quay and Tan y Bwlch in Aberystwyth. There are so many great holiday destinations around the coast in West Wales where you can enjoy a short break or a longer staycation. Discover Aberystwyth, New Quay, Fishguard,St Davids, Aberporth, Little Haven, Milford Haven, Saundersfoot, and the immensely popular Tenby too.
Discover places of historical interest and visitor attractions in West Wales during your holiday to the area. Follow in the footsteps of the famous Welsh poet Dylan Thomas that lived in the coastal village of Laugharne; you can visit his old house and writing shed, or check out the ramparts and fortifications of the impressive Pembroke Castle. If you are interested in King Arthur, head to Carmarthen, the birthplace of the wizard Merlin. Carew Castle and Tidal Mill in Tenby is a good bet for some dramatic photo opportunities, as well as Manorbier Village and Castle. Pay a visit to St David’s Cathedral which is located at the centre of the UK’s tiniest city (St Davids)! Cardigan Bay’s National Wool Museum is perhaps the best place in the world revolving around the wool-producing industry that once took Wales by storm. And finally, if you love a boat trip, the curious lighthouse on Caldey Island is well-worth your time. You can find out even more about West Wales in our useful blogs that cover days out, and where to find the region’s top castles, to name a select few.
Find your perfect place to stay in our collection of West Wales coastal holiday accommodation. There are so many different types of properties in our range from fisherman’s cottages to chic apartments with sea views. So, whether you are seeking a place to get away to with your partner or are planning a family break, browse our holiday homes today.