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Hotels in Pembrokeshire

Incredible coastal scenery, an array of wildlife, top visitor attractions and wonderful pubs, hotels and restaurants are all on offer in Pembrokeshire. The north of the county is a land of Celtic saints and hill forts, of rugged bays and towering sea cliffs. The southern half is often referred to as "little England beyond Wales", a nod to the close language and cultural ties this part of Wales has had with its neighbour for a number of centuries. With an exceptional choice of Pembrokeshire hotels to choose from here on the website, you'll have no trouble finding accommodation to fit in with your needs.

Stunning coastal views

Pembrokeshire is home to Britain's only coastal national park, which lies between Cardigan and Fishguard. The area is a haven for wildlife and attracts a huge number of visitors each year who come to enjoy everything from bird watching and cycling to surfing and horse riding. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a 186-mile walking route, begins just to the north of the park at St Dogmaels before winding its way south to Amroth.

Top attractions

There's an incredible number of attractions located right across the county, with something for every member of the family. A total of 52 beaches are spread along the Pembrokeshire coastline, offering everything from calm waters that are ideal for young children to surf spots with challenging breaks.

Explore Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII of England, or visit Cilgerran Castle to admire its stunning location high above the Teifi Gorge. Stroll through the fields of spring bluebells or along shady woodland trails at Colby Woodland Garden, or perhaps drop by Oriel y Parc in St Davids to view its exceptional collection of landscape paintings.


Consider timing your visit to coincide with one of the county's many festivals. The Tenby Blues Festival in November always attracts a great crowd, as does the Really Wild Food Festival, which is held in St Davids each Spring Bank Holiday weekend.

Staying active

The rural nature of the county means you'll find plenty of opportunities to stay fit and enjoy the great outdoors during your time in Pembrokeshire. Newgale Sands is a hotspot for kiteboarding and surfing, while the calm waters of the Daugleddau Estuary make it an ideal place to try stand up paddle boarding.

There are some excellent walking and cycling routes right across the county. Really adventurous souls might want to head to the area around Abereiddy to try coasteering, an activity that involves everything from rock hopping and cliff jumping.

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