Secluded Spots in Pembrokeshire: Our recommendations

If you are coming to Pembs for one of the sports’ events from Activity Wales Events, it’s time to step away from the bustling crowds and find a secluded spot. Here are our recommendations. Find all the cottages you want now.

St. Govan’s Chapel
Nestled within the cliffs near Bosherston, this ancient hermit’s chapel offers stunning views and a sense of history.

Bosherston Lily Ponds
Explore the tranquil beauty of these man-made ponds, surrounded by woodlands and rich in wildlife.


Arch Barn near Bosherston

Stay at Arch Barn near Bosherston
4*. Dog Friendly. Pretty patio for summer days and cosy woodburner for winter days. Ideal for visiting St Govan’s Chapel, Bosherston Lily Ponds and Stackpole Walled Gardens.

Martins Haven Beach
A secluded cove with golden sands and crystal-clear waters, perfect for a peaceful beach day away from the crowds.

Cwm yr Eglwys
Discover the remains of a 12th-century church nestled in a picturesque cove, surrounded by rugged cliffs and scenic beauty.

Carew Castle Tidal Mill
Explore the unique tidal mill at Carew Castle, where the ebb and flow of the tide powers the ancient machinery.

Druidston Haven
A hidden gem of a beach with dramatic cliffs and expansive sands, ideal for a serene coastal walk.

Solva Woollen Mill
Step back in time at this traditional woollen mill, where you can see the weaving process in action and purchase locally made textiles.

7 Prendergast in Solva

Stay in 7 Prendergast in Solva
Set in the valley of Lower Solva just a few steps from pubs, shops and galleries. 5 min walk to harbour and Coast Path. Close to Solva Woollen Mill and short drive to St Davids, Porthclais Harbour & Pen Y Cwm.

Porthclais Harbour
A charming and historic fishing harbour, surrounded by rugged cliffs and offering picturesque views of the coastline.

Velfrey Vineyard
Uncover the unexpected delight of a Welsh vineyard, where you can sample locally produced wines and enjoy the stunning views and take a tour of their wonderful land.

Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber
Visit one of Wales’ most iconic Neolithic sites, a megalithic tomb with panoramic views over the Preseli Hills.

St. Brynach’s Church, Nevern
Explore the ancient yew trees and Celtic cross at this historic churchyard, rumored to be over a thousand years old.

Cleddau Woodlands Sculpture Trail
Wander through this enchanting woodland trail adorned with sculptures crafted from natural materials, blending art and nature seamlessly.

Lydstep Caverns
Delve into the hidden world of sea caves along the Lydstep coastline, accessible only at low tide and offering a glimpse into a mysterious underworld.

Strumble Head Lighthouse
Visit this remote lighthouse perched on the cliffs of Strumble Head, offering breathtaking views of the rugged coastline and the chance to spot seals and seabirds.

The Old Rectory
Discover the charm of this historic rectory, now a quaint tearoom and garden nestled in the picturesque village of Reynoldston.

Foel Drygarn
Hike to the summit of this ancient hillfort, where you’ll find the remains of Neolithic burial chambers and panoramic views stretching across the Preseli Hills.

Stackpole Walled Gardens
Wander through the secluded gardens of Stackpole Estate, featuring a diverse array of plant species, ornamental ponds, and tranquil pathways.

Pwllgwaelod Beach
Escape the crowds and discover the unspoiled beauty of this secluded beach, nestled within the sheltered cove of Dinas Island.

Pen-y-Cwm Beach
Venture off the beaten path to this hidden gem of a beach, accessible only by footpath and offering seclusion and serenity amid stunning coastal scenery.

Tregwynt Woollen Mill
Step into a world of traditional craftsmanship at this historic woollen mill, where you can observe the weaving process and purchase locally woven textiles.

Strumble Head in Nant

You can stay in Nant in Strumble Head
Dog Friendly. Charming traditional cottage with woodburner. Set a ten minute walk from the lighthouse and a short drive to Tregwynt Woollen Mill.

Carreg Samson in Abercastle 

You can stay in Carreg Samson in Abercastle 
Beachside with stunning (!) sea views. Outdoor shower and patio area too. Again only a short drive to Tregwynt, Porthclais, Solva etc.