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Saundersfoot (3mls W), West Wales
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Pembrokeshire is a county in south-west Wales, bordering Carmarthenshire to the east and Ceredigion to the north east, with the Irish Sea off its west coast. Pembrokeshire is one of the most beautiful locations in the United Kingdom, home to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only coastal national park of its kind in the UK, and an enormous number of Blue Flag award-winning beaches.
Virtually the entire coastline of Pembrokeshire has been designated a National Park. The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is Britain's only coastal-based national park and one of Europe's most spectacular stretches of coastal natural beauty. Rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and wild inland hills combine to offer visitors a wealth of wonderful places to explore and enjoy.
Pembrokeshire's beaches, all of which lie in the National Park, have received a remarkable number of awards, from Blue Flag awards for high environmental and quality standards to Green Coast awards, given to more isolated beaches where infrastructure and facilities are insufficient to be able to achieve full Blue Flag status. Some of the finest beaches are those at Amroth, Broad Haven, Saundersfoot, Tenby and Barafundle Bay.
The county has a number of lovely towns and villages in which to spend a break in one of our excellent holiday cottages.
Amroth is in the south-eastern part of the National Park. It includes the Colby Woodland Garden, a beautifully picturesque haven of meadow flowers, shady woodland walks, a lovingly tended walled garden and a stream for the kids to have a splash around in. There is also Amroth Castle, actually an 18th-century country house and Grade I listed building, built on the site of Amroth's original Norman fortress which dated back to the 12th century.
Broad Haven and Little Haven are a pair of villages on the west coast of Pembrokeshire. They each overlook St Bride’s Bay and are popular seaside resorts with prime beaches surrounded by the glorious countryside of the National Park.
Also close together are the village of Saundersfoot and the larger town of Tenby, just south around the coast from Amroth. Activities in the waters of Saundersfoot Bay are a popular part of the tourist experience in this area, with kayaks, pedaloes and pleasure boats all available from various outlets along the coastline. Just off the coast of Tenby are two islands that you can visit by boat from the harbour: St Catherine’s island, including an old medieval fort, and Caldey Island, home to the monks of Caldey Abbey, and open for guided tours.
One of the larger towns in Pembrokeshire is Pembroke itself, which includes the famous Pembroke Castle, whose history dates back as far as the 11th century. The only city in Pembrokeshire is St Davids, and though it is nearer the size of a large village it has earned its city status thanks to its majestic and historic cathedral, the resting place of St David, the patron saint of Wales.
Pembrokeshire is the perfect setting for a holiday, whether you’re getting away with the family or escaping for a romantic break. Our Pembrokeshire cottages provide the ideal place to recharge your batteries and relax in comfort. With the coast and countryside to choose from, a holiday in Pembrokeshire is full of exciting opportunities.
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