Cosy Seaside Cottages in Pembrokeshire for a Winter Retreat

Wild beaches and woodland trails. Buzzing marina towns and tiny countryside hamlets. Cosy inns and family attractions where you can leave the elements at the door. Ah, how we love a break in Pembrokeshire when its beauty is distilled by the brisk, stormy days and long, starry nights. See for yourself why it’s one of our top destinations for a winter break, when you stay in one of these handpicked cosy cottages by the sea. 

Old Chapel Cottage, Dinas Cross

Old Chapel Cottage

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Tucked just up the road from a sublime little cove and one of our favourite beach inns for a warming tipple on a wild day, this former chapel oozes cosy character for a winter retreat. Once part of a 650-year-old monastery, its stone walls, flagged floors, beams, tiny arrow slit alcoves and domed ceiling all hark back to its past, while it’s now fully decked out with modern luxuries, a woodburner and shares all the facilities of the Dinas Country Club and surrounding woodland. 
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Bwthyn Bach, Little Haven

Bwthyn Bach cosy cottage in Pembrokeshire

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Curl up in a romantic retreat with a cosy, designer bedroom tucked into the eaves and a stone-walled living area warmed by the roaring log burner. Couples will love a winter getaway in this traditional ‘bach’ in the heart of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and within easy reach of stunning beaches, coastal vistas, waterside inns and countryside hamlets. This welcoming seaside retreat is one of Pembrokeshire’s finest coastal cottages.
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Granary Cottage, Amroth

Granary Cottage

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Take residence in this pet-friendly cottage boasting uninterrupted views over Amroth, the Gower and Carmarthen Bay. Wake up to seascapes that will stir you from bed to spend the daylight hours exploring the coastal hamlet of Amroth, the bigger resort of Saundersfoot and the famous walled town of Tenby, dining on line-caught fish in waterside eateries and stretching your legs in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Then come home to your detached stone cottage, where you can stargaze from the hot tub, sip wine to the echo of the waves and warm up beside the woodburner.
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Tenby Retreat, Tenby

Tenby Retreat cosy cottage in Pembrokeshire

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The vibrant seaside town of Tenby is one of Pembrokeshire’s more lively locations for a break at any time of year. Situated on a quiet street yet just a pebble’s throw from its beating heart, make yourself at home in a beautiful cottage within easy reach of the beaches and attractions. Feel the briny breeze on your cheeks at South Beach, seek out The Lifeboat Tavern (where the bar was made using an old ‘clinker’ boat) and come home to play board games beside the woodburner and unwind in peace and quiet.
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Freshwater Beach House, Freshwater East

Freshwater beach house

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This designer beach house situated in the sand dunes doesn’t miss any opportunity to brag about its surroundings through its glass walls. Still, despite the light and scenery flooding in through every panel, it stays cosy throughout the winter. Watch the storm clouds scud across the ocean while you’re tucked up beside the log burner, and yo-yo between the beach on your doorstep and the creature comforts of your beach house between rain showers. If you can wrench yourself from your impressive retreat and take your eyes off the breathtaking scenery, there are plenty of nearby attractions, including Tenby, Oakwood and the historic castles at Manorbier, Carew and Pembroke.
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Monkstone View, Pleasant Valley

Monkstone View sea view cottage in Pembrokeshire

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Bag a private bungalow where you can lounge beside the open fire and enjoy the enchanting seascape of Carmarthen Bay and Wiseman’s Bridge Beach, whatever the weather. A historic abode that flaunts traditional charm updated with modern comforts, it’s the perfect base to enjoy nature’s drama beside a crescent bay that was once used for the rehearsals of the D-Day landings. Capture the wild beauty of your surroundings on a windswept walk along the coast path, take a circular three-mile loop through the Stackpole Estate and make a pitstop for a local ale or High Tea in the charming beachside Wisemans Bridge Inn (featured in our cosy Pembrokeshire pubs feature). 
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The Boathouse, Saundersfoot

The Boathouse

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Adorned with plenty of timber, plants and stone features, when you stay in this stylish abode, you’ll feel at one with nature, even when you’re indoors. A pebble’s throw from the Glen beach, it’s a cinch to make the most of the outdoors via a low tide walk to the harbour, shops and restaurants, making it the perfect location for a romantic winter beach break in Pembrokeshire.
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Book Your Winter Beach Retreat in Pembrokeshire

Can’t wait to experience the salty breeze, discover Pembrokeshire’s best walks and explore this beautiful coastal destination this winter? Check out our full collection of seaside cottages in Pembrokeshire for your next holiday in south-west Wales.

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