Explore Pembrokeshire

Something For Everyone

From coast to countryside, city to farm, Pembrokeshire is the perfect holiday destination for you to make magical memories – any time of the year.

Whether you’re looking for an activity-filled family break, an idyllic couples’ retreat or a getaway with friends, South West Wales has everything you need to make your trip extra special.

Book a holiday with St Brides Bay Holiday Cottages, Pembrokeshire and you’ll be close to all of Pembrokeshire’s many and varied attractions.

Explore the area’s dramatic coastline with a walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path or get adventurous by taking part in a water-based activity such as coasteering.

Go on a boat trip to see the wildlife on Skomer Island or have a peek inside historic St Davids Cathedral, in Britain’s smallest city.

Here in Pembrokeshire you’ll find fantastic beaches, theme parks, castles – and even a bug farm!

Plus, there’s a wide range of fabulous places to eat and drink, including pubs and ice cream parlours.

So, what are you waiting for?

Contact us today to book your Pembrokeshire cottage holiday in stunning South West Wales.





St Davids Holiday Cottages Pembrokeshire

Famed for being Britain’s smallest city, St Davids is a laid-back gem. Here you’ll find an elegant 12th-century cathedral, the medieval ruins of the Bishop’s Palace, and a host of galleries and independent shops.

Solva Holiday Cottages Pembrokeshire

Featuring colourful cottages and a picture-postcard harbour, Solva is an idyllic destination for your Pembrokeshire escape. The bustling community is an ideal base for scenic walks and boat trips.

Porthgain Holiday Cottages Pembrokeshire

Situated between St Davids and Fishguard, the pretty fishing village of Porthgain has been used as a film location. The coastal hamlet is the perfect location for exploring the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

More Pembrokeshire Holiday Cottages

As well as St Davids, Solva and Porthgain, you can choose from our lovely holiday homes in other parts of scenic Pembrokeshire. One such location is Mathry, a village between St Davids and Fishguard.


A stunning example of self-catering accommodation, Melin Llanrhian was always a striking and impressive house… The owners have taken the property on to another level with the stunning sunroom and kitchen extension overlooking the grounds, in which there has also been much work done.


Lovely, comfortable cottage in a great location. Loved surfing at Whitesands Bay and there’s a wonderful walk from Caerfai to Whitesands with excellent views. Also, the fish and chips at The Shed in Porthgain is not to be missed. St Davids is full of cafes and nice shops, the cathedral and Bishop’s Palace are well worth a visit – very peaceful. Thank you very much.