Hotels in Pembrokeshire

There are many great reasons to visit beach-tastic Pembrokeshire, from its glorious coastlines to the lively towns of Tenby, Haverfordwest and Narberth.

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What to do in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Thought to be one of the most spectacular trails in the world, this 189-mile stretch has been divided up into fifteen sections. And if that’s still a bit much, just hail the coastal bus service.

Island hop
Go on sea safari to the Skomer Marine Nature Reserve and Skokholm Island, or jump aboard the Dale Princess for a gentle cruise out to Grassholm. Expect to see puffins, razorbills, seals, porpoises and more.

Pembrokeshire beaches
With over fifty to choose from, try Tenby for family fun, catch some waves at Freshwater West, go rock-pooling at Cwm-yr-Eglwys, basque in the picture-postcard beauty of Barafundle Bay or go to Caldey Island if you’re intrigued by monastic life.

Pembrokeshire castles
Pembrokeshire has more castles than you can shake a stick at. From the picturesque gardens of Picton and Upton Castle, to the rectangular Norman design of Manorbier Castle, to Pembroke Castle’s medieval majesty.

For some good old fashioned seaside fun, it doesn’t get better than award-winning Tenby. It has three beaches, a quaint town centre. Anyone into watersports and gold will be right at home here. What’s more, one of our Pembrokeshire hotels is located in Tenby town centre.

24 hours in St David's
Don’t be fooled by its size - the smallest city in Britain has plenty to keep you out of trouble for a day. Morning: explore St. David’s Cathedral and the ruins of St Davids Bishop’s Palace. Afternoon: voyage out to Ramsey Island, an official RSPB reserve. Evening: Back on the mainland, treat yourself to a well-deserved drink at a traditional pubs before turning in for the night at one of our Pembrokeshire hotels. 

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