Discover a selection of 2,000 holiday rentals in Pembrokeshire that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including internet/WiFi and parking available. Prices start at £ 63 per night, and cottages and cabins are popular options for a stay in Pembrokeshire. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Travel the gorgeous coastal region from Pembrokeshire lodges

The stunning coastal area of Pembrokeshire is one of the most beautiful destinations in the country and is a popular place for dog-friendly cottages in Wales. You can explore the many stunning beaches of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park or take the kids to places like the Folly Farm Adventure Park or Oakwood Theme Park. Dogs are allowed in many outdoor places, such as the beaches and grounds of the dramatic Pembroke Castle, so you'll have endless opportunities for outdoor adventures and exploration. Plenty of restaurants and pubs are dog-friendly as well, allowing you to enjoy a meal with your pet.

 
History

Historic sites near Pembrokeshire holiday homes

Pembrokeshire is filled with interesting historic sites to explore during your trip. Holiday rentals can be found near places like Pembroke Castle, a grand fortress with exhibition rooms, guided tours and a Great Keep with spectacular views, and St David’s Cathedral, a 12th-century edifice and site of medieval pilgrimage with the shrine of St David. You could also visit Carew Castle & Tidal Mill, a Norman and Tudor fortress overlooking a tidal inlet.

Things to do

Attractions near your holiday rental in Pembrokeshire

If you're looking to give the kids a Pembrokeshire ride they won't forget, the rip-roaring attractions at Oakwood Theme Park could be the perfect thing. There's hair-raising Megafobia – the clue's in the name – and soaring Drenched, a log flume that clocks up 100 vertical feet. With a spine-tingling haunted house, swinging pirate ships and bungee jumps, it's bound to be a whirlwind of family fun and adventure. Of course, the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is another must – you can choose between wild walks and sunny bays for surfing.

Activities

Things to do near Pembrokeshire holiday homes

Whether you're bouncing on a RIB across the salt-spraying waves of the Celtic Sea in search of dolphins and porpoises, hiking the wind-battered coastal paths to find hidden coves, or simply sitting by the fireplace of your Pembrokeshire holiday rental, watching a storm unfold over Ramsey Island, this untamed Welsh county is sure to reveal its wilder side. Sea kayaking and camping, picnics on the cliffs and rock climbing up the limpet-dotted crags can also be on the menu. It's a real outdoorsy heaven.

Weather

Local weather during your stay in Pembrokeshire holiday homes

Don't be put off a trip to Pembrokeshire during the wet and wild winter months between November and March. You can cosy up in hearty country cottages and Welsh farmhouses to watch the roaring waves and coastal storms. For beach-worthy conditions, it's probably best to hold off until June, when the summer kicks in, through to August, magnetising spade-touting families to the Pembrokeshire holiday rentals close to Barafundle Bay and other award-winning sands. Spring – in April and May – and autumn – in September and October – can be perfect for hikers hitting the coast trails.

Natural features

Pembrokeshire means majestic coastlines

Inland Pembrokeshire is never really in the limelight. It's handsome, though, with the rolling Preseli Hills and their haunting standing stones, Iron Age remains and grassy meadows. It's just that the coast here is so darn gorgeous that it's the guaranteed star of the show. It's virtually entirely enclosed by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which runs for 100s of miles from the wide bays of Tenby and Saundersfoot to the high cliffs of Moylgrove. Along the way, it encompasses islets like Ramsey – a birding reserve – and eye-watering inlets like Barafundle Bay. Dolphins, porpoises and seals abound.

Beaches

Top beaches near Pembrokeshire holiday rentals

The beaches of Pembrokeshire are one of its biggest draws. Holiday rentals can be found near places like Freshwater West, a quiet beach with campsites, nature trails and excellent surfing, and Marloes Sand, a remote, sandy beach with a cliff backdrop and quaint village. You could also visit Tenby North Beach, a picturesque beach with boat hire and the dramatic Goskar rock formation.

Can I find a vacation rental around Pembrokeshire?

Yes, our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 1,770 vacation rentals near Pembrokeshire. From 889 cottages to 910 cabins, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Pembrokeshire for a holiday or a weekend are on Vrbo.

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