Holiday cottages


Named one of ‘Britain’s prettiest fishing villages’ by BBC Countryfile Magazine, Porthgain is a popular hamlet in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

Set around a traditional village green, Porthgain was at one time a small commercial harbour used for exporting stone from the nearby quarry. Today it’s mostly used for fishing and recreation.

Huge red-brick hoppers – once used for storing crushed granite – overlook the harbour to this day. These structures add to Porthgain’s distinctive character and provide a lasting reminder of its industrial past.

For refreshment, head to The Sloop Inn, a quaint pub said to have once been a smugglers’ haunt but now enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. There’s also The Shed, a relaxed and informal fish and chip bistro.

Situated between St Davids and Fishguard, Porthgain has even caught the eye of filmmakers. The harbour was chosen as a location for the 2016 film, Their Finest, starring Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy and Sam Claflin.

And if you’re looking to explore the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, the picturesque village is an ideal base. From here you can walk to Abereiddy Beach and the famous Blue Lagoon, a former quarry now popular for watersports. Along the way you can take in the impressive clifftop views.

To book your self-catering Pembrokeshire cottage break in Porthgain, call us on 01437 702022 or send an email to

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  • Bwthyn-Y-Melinydd, Porthgain – Sleeps 4

    Sleeps: 4

    Dogs welcome: Yes

    If you’re looking for character, tranquillity and comfort, take a peek at this two-bedroom holiday home, in Llanrhian. Bwthyn-y-Melinydd is a 200-year-old cottage, which has been beautifully renovated and extended.

  • Glowty’r Felin, Porthgain – Sleeps 2

    Sleeps: 2

    Dogs welcome: Yes

    If you’re looking for authentic rural charm, combined with home comforts, Glowty’r Felin ticks all the boxes. This grade II-listed former cowshed has been tastefully restored and cleverly converted into a cosy, five-star holiday cottage for two (and a baby).

  • Melin Llanrhian, Porthgain – Sleeps 6

    Sleeps: 6

    Dogs welcome: Yes

    Step back in time, while enjoying all the comforts of modern living with a stay at five-star Melin Llanrhian.

  • Strumble Lodge, Porthgain – Sleeps 5

    Sleeps: 5

    Dogs welcome: Yes

    Made from Norwegian logs, Strumble Lodge is a self-catering log cabin in the peaceful Felindre development, near the fishing village of Porthgain. The four-star holiday lodge sleeps five and boasts a spacious decked terrace.

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.

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