In the southwest corner of Wales sits the county of Pembrokeshire. Surrounded on three sides by the sea and with the Daugleddau Estuary flowing through the middle of it, it's not hard to see why the area is a favourite destination for beach lovers and watersports fans. It is also the home of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the UK's only coastal national park. The Pembrokeshire Coast path winds for 300 km around the coastline, joining onto the Wales Coastal Path at either end of the county.
In Pembrokeshire you will find St Davids, the UK's smallest city. This quaint little city has just 1,600 residents and the magnificent cathedral that gives the city its name; no trip to the county is complete without a visit. There are also some lovely coastal towns like Tenby and picturesque harbour villages. For shopaholics, the small market town of Narbeth is a "must do", with its small independent shops, including outlets selling goods from local craftsmen and artists.
Newport, Pembrokeshire, is a hidden-gem holiday spot that will delight everyone from history hunters, art lovers, and foodies to beach lovers, wildlife watchers and watersports enthusiasts.
Pembrokeshire is an area full of beauty and a great history. Did you know that Bluestones of Stonehenge's inner circle were mined in the county? It has rugged cliffs, beautiful sandy beaches and untamed inland hills, offering a wide choice of scenery for visitors and making a great place to stay.
What ever type of holiday you are planning, Pembrokeshire has the perfect holiday accommodation for you...