Pembrokeshire Holiday Parks & Lodges

Nestled along the shores of West Wales, the picturesque county of Pembrokeshire awaits with its breathtaking coastline, stunning landscapes and thrilling outdoor activities. Our luxury lodges and self-catering holiday parks in Pembrokeshire are ideally located, offering the perfect escape for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. Pembrokeshire's coastline is a haven of natural beauty, boasting pristine sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs and secluded coves. Visit renowned beaches like Whitesands Bay and Barafundle Bay; take boat tours and sea safaris to spot seals and dolphins; or explore the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, a paradise for hiking, coastal walks and wildlife spotting. Discover the iconic formations of the Green Bridge of Wales and the rugged beauty of the Preseli Hills, or sample local delicacies in farmers' markets and fresh seafood in coastal towns like Tenby and Saundersfoot. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path beckons with its breathtaking views, while St Davids Cathedral and Pembroke Castle tell stories of Welsh history and heritage. If you're looking for a holiday park or lodge in Pembrokeshire that ticks boxes for the whole family, browse our selection of holiday homes in a variety of locations, from coastal to countryside. Whether you're looking for a romantic weekend break, a short getaway with friends or a longer family holiday, then we've got just the place for you for your holiday in Wales.

St Catherine's Island in Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Wales

Lodges with hot tubs in Pembrokeshire

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Dog friendly holiday parks in Pembrokeshire

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Pembrokeshire holiday parks near the beach

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Things to do in Pembrokeshire on your holiday in Wales

Enjoy outdoor activities with an active holiday in Pembrokeshire...
This region of South Wales boasts crystal clear waters, breathtaking coastal scenery and vast open sandy beaches. It has become a haven for walkers, watersports enthusiasts and foodies, wanting to experience the best this area of outstanding natural beauty has to offer. The area is protected by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and covers 186 miles of wandering trails, hidden coves, pretty harbours and over 50 beaches, all dotted along the shoreline. This year-round destination is perfect for those wanting an action-packed vacation, with activities like coasteering and cycling. Embark on exhilarating watersports, such as surfing or kayaking, and immerse yourself in the refreshing waters of the Atlantic Ocean. When you're ready for a break, the stunning beaches await - or you can book one of our hot tub lodges on the Pembrokeshire Coast for the ultimate relaxation in complete privacy!

Discover nature and wildlife on a family getaway in Pembrokeshire...
When it comes to nature and wildlife, there is so much to explore in this beautiful part of Wales. The Welsh Wildlife Centre, situated in the village of Cilgerran, near Cardigan, overlooks the Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve and is a great place for families to slow down and have fun together. With an ever-changing array of activities, from pond dipping to listening to bats, you can immerse yourself in an unspoilt natural setting and explore the many habitats of the surrounding wildlife. Let your little ones loose in the Adventure Play Area, explore the four themed nature trails, or let them learn through play with quizzes, colouring or drawing. This is a perfect all-weather venue in Pembrokeshire for kids of all ages. To explore some of the county's coastal wildlife, visit Skomer Island, where you can witness colonies of puffins and seals in their natural habitat. You can also take a boat trip from areas around Cardigan Bay and St Davids (the UK's smallest city) to try and spot marine life including seals and even dolphins.

Explore Pembrokeshire's picturesque towns and villages...
Those looking for a more relaxing holiday in Pembrokeshire can spend their days ambling through the pretty towns and villages, visiting magnificent cultural sites and sampling local delicacies at one of the food markets. Along the coast, discover our holiday parks and lodges in Tenby, a historic seaside town known for its colourful houses and picturesque harbour. In the countryside, book a holiday home in Narberth, often referred to as the food capital of Pembrokeshire and home to a weekly farmers' market, a lively high street and the ruins of Narberth Castle. Visit quaint coastal towns on the North Pembrokeshire Coast, like Newport and Fishguard, or discover historical sites like Pembroke Castle and Castell Henllys Iron Age Village. Discover our range of Pembrokeshire properties which includes luxury accommodation in some of the best locations, offering a true haven for your Welsh escape.

Sea views in St Davids in Pembrokeshire, Wales