Find the best place to stay — Pembrokeshire

Where to stay around Pembrokeshire?

Our 2018 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 1,814 holiday lettings near Pembrokeshire. From 962 cottages to 412 houses, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Pembrokeshire is on HomeAway.

What are the most popular destinations to visit in Pembrokeshire?

There are many lovely places to stay for a long holiday or just a weekend break in Pembrokeshire. From HomeAway travellers, the popular destinations to visit are:

  • Saundersfoot: 1,237 holiday homes
  • Saint David's: 284 holiday homes
  • Pembrokeshire Coast National Park: 2,053 holiday homes
  • Newport: 254 holiday homes
  • Solva: 360 holiday homes

HomeAway offers you the possibility to discover many other popular destinations in Pembrokeshire! Please use our search bar to access the selection of self catering accommodations available in other popular destinations.

What are the main cities to discover in Pembrokeshire?

Whether you are travelling solo or with family and friends, here are the cities in Pembrokeshire with the largest selection of holiday lettings for a perfect city break:

  • Saundersfoot: 1,237 holiday lettings
  • Saint David's: 284 holiday lettings
  • Newport: 254 holiday lettings
  • Solva: 360 holiday lettings
  • Fishguard: 399 holiday lettings

For other cities, please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday homes available.

What are the most popular points of interest and landmarks to stay near in Pembrokeshire?

HomeAway offers a large selection of holiday lettings near great places to visit in Pembrokeshire. From HomeAway travellers, the top popular points of interest to stay for a holiday trip or just for a weekend are:

  • Freshwater East Beach: 1,514 holiday rentals
  • Dale Fort: 952 holiday rentals
  • Whitesands Bay: 479 holiday rentals
  • Manorbier Beach: 1,532 holiday rentals
  • St. David's Cathedral: 502 holiday rentals

But there are many other points of interest around Pembrokeshire listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Just write your wanted destination in our search bar and have a look at our selection of holiday accommodations.

Wonders all around in Pembrokeshire

In a county almost entirely capped by a national park, and beset by rolling hills of woodland and riverways, it's easy to see why Pembrokeshire has garnered itself a reputation for breathtaking natural beauty. The coast is the piece de resistance. It runs from pine-topped, rock-rimmed Barafundle Bay all the way to the rugged cliffs around Ramsey Island, looking positively Mediterranean in some places, evoking spine-tingling sensations with wave-battered, seal-spotted rocks in others. Pembrokeshire holiday rentals are also a ticket to cosy Welsh villages, like Fishguard and the cathedral city of St Davids, laden with hearty alehouses and tearooms and churches.

Getting wild on the waves of Pembrokeshire

Whether you're bouncing on a RIB across the salt-spraying waves of the Celtic Sea in search of dolphins and porpoises, hiking the wind-battered coastal paths to find hidden coves, or simply sitting by the fireplace of your Pembrokeshire holiday rental, watching a storm unfold over Ramsey Island, this untamed Welsh county is sure to reveal its wilder side. Sea kayaking and camping, picnics on the cliffs and rock climbing up the limpet-dotted crags can also be on the menu. It's a real outdoorsy heaven.

Pembrokeshire's family thrills

If you're looking to give the kids a Pembrokeshire ride they won't forget, the rip-roaring attractions at Oakwood Theme Park could be the perfect thing. There's hair-raising Megafobia – the clue's in the name – and soaring Drenched, a log flume that clocks up 100 vertical feet. With a spine-tingling haunted house, swinging pirate ships and bungee jumps, it's bound to be a whirlwind of family fun and adventure. Of course, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is another must – you can choose between wild walks and sunny bays for surfing.

Pembrokeshire's a place for all seasons

Don't be put off a trip to Pembrokeshire during the wet and wild winter months between November and March. You can cosy up in hearty country cottages and Welsh farmhouses to watch the roaring waves and coastal storms. For beach-worthy conditions, it's probably best to hold off until June, when the summer kicks in, through to August, magnetising spade-touting families to the Pembrokeshire holiday rentals close to Barafundle Bay and other award-winning sands. Spring – in April and May – and autumn – in September and October – can be perfect for hikers hitting the coast trails.

Pembrokeshire means majestic coastlines

Inland Pembrokeshire is never really in the limelight. It's handsome, though, with the rolling Preseli Hills and their haunting standing stones, Iron Age remains and grassy meadows. It's just that the coast here is so darn gorgeous that it's the guaranteed star of the show. It's virtually entirely enclosed by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which runs for 100s of miles from the wide bays of Tenby and Saundersfoot to the high cliffs of Moylgrove. Along the way, it encompasses islets like Ramsey – a birding reserve – and eye-watering inlets like Barafundle Bay. Dolphins, porpoises and seals abound.