As the days get longer, what better time to book your spring cottage holiday on the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast?

You may already be planning a summer break – but why wait until then?

Here’s why you’re sure to love a seaside getaway in South West Wales this spring

See nature in all its glory

After the dark, cold days of winter, nature bursts into life in spring. And Pembrokeshire is the perfect place to witness this dramatic change in the seasons.

The woodlands and hedgerows ring out with the sound of birdsong, while you can spot seabirds like guillemots, razorbills and gannets along the coast from March.

Another springtime pleasure is the colourful displays of flowers. You’ll find carpets of bluebells across the area, including along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

And let’s not forget the daffodil. This bright, cheery national flower of Wales is always a welcome sign of spring, and you’ll notice them at various locations, such as St Davids Cathedral.

Enjoy an Easter family break

Escape to the coast this Easter to enjoy simple pleasures like paddling in the surf, exploring rockpools or building sandcastles at Newgale Beach or Whitesands Bay – or crabbing at Solva Harbour.

Afterwards, you can refuel by popping into a cosy café or pub, or tucking into takeaway fish and chips. Our favourite places to eat and drink include The Shed Bistro, overlooking Porthgain Harbour, and MamGu Welshcakes, in Solva.

Plus, Easter isn’t as busy as the summer school break, so you’ll have more space to explore and make the most of your family holiday.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is a year-round joy

This 186-mile trail offers breathtaking coastal scenery and invigorating sea air at any time of the year.

From St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path features dramatic headlands, long sandy beaches, secluded bays, and quaint harbours.

Spot wildlife on a boat trip

The islands off Pembrokeshire’s coast are well worth a visit during your holiday. You can book a boat trip to islands such as Skomer, Ramsey, and Grassholm.

These exciting excursions will give you a chance to see wildlife including puffins, which arrive in the area in late March and leave around four months later.

Choice of mini-breaks and holidays

Choose from our handpicked collection of inviting holiday homes, ranging from cosy rural retreats for two to spacious properties ideal for a family.

Our cottages and apartments are located around the North Pembrokeshire coast, at popular destinations such as St Davids, Solva, Porthgain, Newgale and Pwllderi.

And as well as one-week and two-week stays, we also offer short breaks, so you can fit in a seaside getaway – even if you’re limited on time. Plus, many of our holiday lets are dog-friendly, too.

Book your cottage stay with confidence

Our flexible COVID-19 booking policy gives you peace of mind when you secure your holiday cottage.

(Click here to read the latest COVID-19 guidance for Wales.)

Don’t miss out on your spring coastal break

To book your Pembrokeshire cottage holiday, call the St Brides Bay Cottages team today on 01437 720027 or email: 

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