We’re now taking bookings for cottage holidays from 13 July onwards

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You can now book a stay at one of our idyllic Pembrokeshire cottages for holidays from 13 July onwards.

The news follows today’s announcement by the Welsh Government that the visitor and tourism industry in Wales should start preparing to reopen.

Here at St Brides Bay Cottages, we’ve been working hard behind the scenes, so we can welcome you to our fabulous coastal holiday homes, when the time is right.

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Changes to COVID-19 restrictions in Wales

Mark Drakeford, the First Minister of Wales, said the owners of self-contained accommodation in Wales – including rented cottages – can start taking bookings.

That means you could be just a few weeks from a relaxing and rejuvenating break in scenic Pembrokeshire. You could soon be feeling the sand between your toes on one of our glorious beaches or the wind in your (lockdown) hair on the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

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Choose the right holiday home for you

You can take your pick from our enticing range of quality self-catering holiday lets in St Davids, Porthgain, Solva, Newgale and Pwllderi.

We can help you choose the right property for you, whether you’re planning a romantic escape in a cosy seaside cottage or a well-deserved family break in a spacious holiday home. What’s more, most of our properties are dog-friendly, so your four-legged friends won’t miss out on the fun.

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Requirement to stay local set to be lifted

The changes to the coronavirus restrictions in Wales are part of a comprehensive package of measures being introduced step by step every Monday over the next three weeks.

Ministers have decided to lift the requirement to stay local on 6 July, provided COVID-19 is still under control. When the requirement is lifted, people will be able to travel into and around Wales.

The First Minister said: “The threat of coronavirus hasn’t gone away but thanks to the efforts we have all made over the last few months, the number of people contracting coronavirus each day in Wales is falling, so too is the risk of meeting somebody with the virus.”

He added that the owners of self-contained accommodation should use the next three weeks to prepare to reopen, working with their local communities.

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Book your Pembrokeshire cottage holiday

The St Brides Bay Cottages team are looking forward to welcoming you and all our guests back to South West Wales.

We’ve already put in place several measures to help keep you, our communities and our staff safe. That means we’re prepared for the ‘new normal’ of life alongside the coronavirus.

We’re doing everything we can to safeguard against and minimise the spread of the virus, so you’ll be able to relax and enjoy the holiday you’ve been longing for.

We’ve put in place new cleaning practices to not only abide by the law but to give you and our staff peace of mind.

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We hope to see you soon!

To book your self-catering holiday in Pembrokeshire call the team at St Brides Bay Cottages on 01437 720027 or email: enquiries@stbridesbaycottages.com