Have a look at our highly-rated Narberth holiday cottages and self catering properties. They’re situated in some of Pembrokeshire’s most idyllic short break destinations.
Badgers Brook Cottage is located in the village of Martletwy and is around seven miles from Narberth. It’s part of a three cottage complex and features four bedrooms: 2 doubles, 1 twin and 1 adult bunk. The kitchen is well-equipped and there’s a family bathroom with separate shower room. The living room features wood beams and there’s also a dining area for group gatherings. The exterior of the property includes a decked area with a lawn garden and spacious, off-road parking. The property is well-located and is near the small coastal village of Lawrenny as well as the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Customer reviews have been very good with previous guests praising the location and facilities for children.
Ffynnon Dewi Cottage is a smaller version of the adjacent Badgers Brook. There are three bedrooms; a double, twin and single room. The double had en-suite facilities and there’s a family bathroom for the rest of the property. The layout is similar to the other two cottages with a modern kitchen, dining area and sitting room. Mod-cons include a television with Freeview, a DVD player and Wi-Fi access. Guests will also find a small collection of games, books and DVDs for their entertainment. There’s also a BBQ and private patio to the rear of the holiday cottages and a shared, private paddock, which should prove popular with children.
A ground floor holiday cottage that can accommodate up to six people, with one en-suite double and two twin rooms. The living room is open-plan and includes character features such as a wood-burning stove. The kitchen is well-equipped and includes the usual mod-cons such as a dishwasher, tumble-dryer, fridge and freezer. There’s also a television with Freeview and a DVD player should the weather draw in. Outside, there’s shared, off-road parking and a large garden with patio furniture and a BBQ. The picturesque villages of Saundersfoot, Broad Haven and Barafundle are nearby as is the popular Oakwood Theme Park.
The Coach House forms part of a stylish barn conversion and is some 4 miles from Narberth. It sleeps up to six people with two king-size double bedrooms and a twin. The kitchen is modern and very well equipped and the interior is adorned with traditional features such as high beamed ceilings. Entertainment includes a smart TV with Freeview, a Blue-Ray DVD player and Wi-Fi access. Outside, there’s a private first floor veranda, a rear garden with a BBQ and shared use of a large lawned area. While children are welcome, there are two open ponds in the owner’s grounds so supervision is required. The property’s off-road parking can accommodate two vehicles.
This is a modern holiday property in the village of Clunderwen, just outside Narberth. It can accommodate up to five with two doubles (1 en-suite) and a single room. The interior is open-plan and features a modern kitchen with sitting and dining areas. Television with Freeview is also available as well as Wi-Fi access. The property is set on a small working farm, where the owners keep poultry, sheep and Chihuahuas which should prove popular with families. The exterior also includes spacious off-road parking for 3 cars and an enclosed garden with patio area. The resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot are close-by as well as St Davids, with its majestic cathedral. Reviews have been generally positive although some have expressed concern regarding the train line which runs above the property.