Winter Breaks In Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire has a very different feel in the winter months when mother nature really shows off her power.

The sight of pounding waves hitting the cliffs and even gentle snowfall on a calm day give the region an almost magical presence.

If you love the great outdoors and would like to see a different side the region then a winter break in Pembrokeshire is a great option.

Wrap up warm, lace up those walking boots and get ready to explore coast and country in December, January and February.

Winter Walks

Winter Walks

You might not think winter is the best time to be heading off for a holiday by the sea but we’re sure you won’t regret it! There’s still lots to see and do – and nothing quite beats a bracing winter walk!

Here’s a few of our favourite walks that you can enjoy nearby…

  • Angle Peninsula, 3.7 miles: Head west and enjoy this half-day circular walk, which starts at West Angle Bay car park, following the Pembrokeshire Coast Path as it meanders along the coastline back to Angle. You’ll walk along cliff tops, through woodland and across fields until you sweep round into East Angle Bay and the Old Point House pub – a great spot for lunch! After you’ve eaten your fill then you can walk back to West Angle along the road
  • >Rosebush, 4.8 miles: This exhilarating circular walk takes you from the heart of Rosebush through the remains of the Bellstone Slate Quarry to a recreational forestry area, Pantmaenog Forest, for walkers, cyclists and horse-riders
  • Stackpole Circular, Stackpole Quay, 6 miles: This is a wonderful circular walk, taking in some of the best natural attractions in South Pembrokeshire: Barafundle beach, Stackpole Head, Broadhaven beach, Bosherston lily ponds and the 8-arch bridge. If you only managed to do one walk this winter, make sure it’s this one! do this one

For more winter walks take a look at Visit Pembrokeshire’s page here.

Picturesque places to visit this winter



Just 20 minutes north of our holiday park is the former capital of Pembrokeshire. This popular town boasts one of the best high streets in Wales with independent shops, galleries, clothing boutiques, cafes and music venues.

It’s also a great place for family days out with Narberth Castle well worth a visit plus lots of child-friendly activities too including the Creative Café for ‘paint your own’ fun that all ages will appreciate plus Span Arts who regularly hold events throughout summer to keep smaller hands and feet busy.

Picture courtesy of Wikimedia Commons / Nick Macneill

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St Davids

St Davids

Head west and visit Britain’s smallest city – you won’t be disappointed! It’s home to a 12th Century cathedral, one of Wales’ most iconic religious sites and sits tucked away in a sheltered vale beside the River Alun. Here you can learn about the history of St Davids, visit the impressive Treasury collection and enjoy home-cooked and locally-sourced food at The Refectory.

The Bishop’s Palace is a brooding gothic ruin and should also be on your to-do list. It lies on the opposite bank of the river to the Cathedral and often plays host to open-air theatre performances.

Picture courtesy of Wikimedia Commons / Alan Thomas

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Our range of self-catering accommodation

For the perfect winter break in Pembrokeshire choose a stay in our range of self-catering accommodation.

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