Pembrokeshire is steeped in history and the many castles plus Iron Age Fort are evidence of this. If you’re looking for adventure whilst enjoying your stay in one of the many holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire, why not visit some of the popular attractions including a choice of themed parks suitable for children and adults of all ages. Watch the sea and birds, take a guided tour, walk, cycle or horse ride, taste the local produce including wine, cheese and chocolate or try out surfing, wind-surfing or rock-climbing.


There really is something for everyone! Not only are Pembrokeshire Cottages a superb choice for a family holiday the popular beaches offer good parking and easy access whilst the quieter coves and bays offer peace and tranquility to those who are prepared to travel of the beaten track.


The dramatic coast offers great potential to kayakers, canoeists and personal water craft enthusiasts with its variety of launch and retrieve slipways and harbors available. For anglers the variety of locations and species on offer are some of the best in the UK with deep rock marks for hard fighting Pollack and Wrasse to large storm beaches offering good Bass fishing.


Holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire are obviously a huge draw for holiday makers but what is the main attraction? The answer...Pembrokeshire really is the 'Mecca' for wonderful coastal walks and scenery boasting 186 glorious miles of coast line with the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path tracking it every step of the way! But that's not all, for obvious reasons, children adore Pembrokeshire too, not just for the fabulous beach life but for the choice of attractions on offer also.


One of Wales top attractions, Heatherton World of Activities, is open all year as an 'all weather attraction' with many fun activities under cover. Oakwood is definitely Wales' answer to an Alton Towers and the enchanting 'Folly Farm' near Kilgetty make up the 'Welsh Top 3'.


Trefloyne Golf Course, tucked away in the Ritec Valley, tree lined and overlooking Tenby and the National Park of Pembrokeshire is a 'best kept secret' for sure and of course Tenby Golf Club, voted into the Wales' Top 10, is a 'links' golfing challenge to rival any other. Check out the reviews here for Tenby Golf Club.


Pembrokeshire is a very special county and a true jewel in Wales' Crown as you will see for yourself when you visit!

Towns: Tenby, Saundersfoot, Pembroke, Loveston, South Pembs, Penally, Nr Tenby, Reynalton, South Pembs, St Florence, Tenby


Carmarthenshire’s towns are friendly and full of interest. They’re characterful too - you won’t find an anonymous 'new town' in sight. What you will come across are small, specialised shops with big personalities, a refreshing antidote to the standardised, one-size-fits-all High Street shopping experience.


Carmarthenshire has many unique villages and communities and if you are interested in finding out more about Carmarthenshire community areas log on to


For centuries, battles have raged over Carmarthenshire’s majestic hills, mind-blowing beaches and fascinating little towns. We have the castles to prove it. Today’s disputes are rather more courteous: Does the Cawdor cappuccino match the luxury of the Bluebell’s hot chocolate? Shall we canoe the wetlands, fish the Teifi, swoop down the Gorlech mountain bike trail or purr over Aberglasney’s exotic orchids? Which local cheese is smoother - Pont Gâr or Golden Cenarth? Carmarthenshire starts the debate - you slug it out!

Towns: Llansteffan