Best Pembrokeshire holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Pembrokeshire
Imperial Hotel TenbyLocated only 10 minutes' walk from Tenby Rail Station, the Imperial Hotel offers en suite accommodation, free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and a bar. The property benefits from a stunning cliff top location, boasting views of both Carmarthen Bay and the Pembrokshire coastline.Book now
Letterston Home - 10 Minutes from FishguardBoasting accommodation with a terrace, Letterston Home - 10 Minutes from Fishguard is set in Letterston. The accommodation is 34 km from Tenby, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi.Book now
The Grove NarberthOverlooking Narberth and the Preseli Mountains, The Grove is a luxurious 18th-century country house surrounded by meadows. This privately owned 'Restaurant with Rooms' has won recent National awards as the ‘Best place to eat and stay in Wales'.Book now
Pembrokeshire is located in the South West of England and is a county in Wales. Guests book their apartments in Pembrokeshire to enjoy the unique Welsh countryside, go on trips to national parks and spend relaxing holidays on the coast. If you are looking for accommodation that will give you a whole new travel experience, we offer you many different options. Our Apartments in Spittal or private Holiday Apartments in Broad Haven are characterised by the fact that they are individually furnished and give you the opportunity to feel like the locals right from the start, as our accommodation is not anonymous hotels or guesthouses, but holiday homes with charm and plenty of free space. Instead of couchsurfing in Pembrokeshire, privacy and individuality are the order of the day.
Apartments in Pembrokeshire, Welsh County
Pembrokeshire is a great contrast if, for example, you have spent a few days in England’s capital and would like to travel to the Welsh coast by car. From your private holiday accommodation in London it is about 400 wonderfully interesting kilometres to your apartment in Pembrokeshire. If you want to relax this trip, we recommend a trip along the breathtaking Jurassic Coast and via Exeter and Bristol to the West Coast and Pembrokeshire. Here, too, you’ll find a magnificent coastline of almost 300 kilometres and an enchanting hinterland. The Pembrokeshire-Coast National Park, for example, has an area of about 620 km² and is known for its large seabird breeding colonies. Between the coast and the offshore island of Ramsey, experienced surfers and kayakers take advantage of the impressive wave that occurs every 12-13 hours due to the tidal range.
From the private holiday home in Pembrokeshire along the impressive coastline
The Welsh coastline is not only worth one, but certainly several excursions, because rugged cliffs, hidden bays, incredible rock formations and numerous harbours and villages invite you to linger. Outside the town of Pembroke is Pembroke Castle, a Norman castle built in the 12th century. In 1457 Heinrich Tudor, also known as Heinrich VII, was born in Pembroke. So it is not surprising that pretty houses from the Tudor period line the streets. St. Davids an der St. Brides Bay is the most western Welsh city and impresses with its cathedral from the 6th century. From your private holiday home in Pembrokeshire it’s just a stone’s throw to Manorbier Castle, another Norman castle. It is located southwest of Tenby and was built in the 11th century. If you are also interested in the Scottish variety of castles and chateaux, book your private Holiday accommodation in Inverness now and explore the famous Castle Trail for a long time.