Holmws Holiday Cottages

Peaceful getaways at coastal holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire

Welcome to Holmws Holiday Cottages, home to two luxurious coastal holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire. Perched on the foot of Carn Ingli at the base of the Preseli Hills, and a mere few hundred feet from two stunning beaches, Holmws Holiday Cottages really do supply the best that North Pembrokeshire has to offer. These beautifully renovated coastal holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire are situated directly on the Pembrokeshire coastal path, which traverses 186 miles of some of the most breath-taking scenery in Britain. Pembrokeshire is the only coastal National Park in the UK, and, for avid hikers and enthusiastic dog walkers alike, Holmws Holiday Cottages are perfectly placed for a relaxing break in coastal holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire.

Our coastal holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire are also pet friendly – we’re excited for you to bring your furry family members on holiday with you too. After all, with acres of farmland for them to roam, as well as the coastal path walks or dips in the sea on the two nearby beaches, it would be silly to leave them at home. And it gives you the chance to recharge your batteries with lungs full of fresh, invigorating sea and mountain air.

We’re happy to accommodate anything that makes your stay with us as relaxing as possible. With the owners tucked away on site, there’s always someone nearby if there’s anything you need. Otherwise, get lost in this ancient stretch of coastline, with its backdrop of mythical mountains, with a comfortable bed to fall into at the end of your day.



Holmws Holiday Cottages
Fishguard Road
SA42 0UF


T: 01239821030


Dog friendly: Yes



Travel restrictions in Wales have been lifted.


Mon 6th July. Visitor attractions reopen to day visitors.

Sat 11th July. Some types of self-contained holiday accommodation will reopen.

Mon 13th July. Pubs, restaurants and cafes with outside seating will reopen.

Some Coronavirus restrictions will remain in place so please understand that things may be slightly different. This is necessary to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, to protect our communities, the public and our health services