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There’s plenty of accommodation to choose from in the Pembrokeshire area.
This park is located just 300 yards from the award-winning Poppit Sands beach, with an indoor tropical pool complex containing spa baths and a retractable roof, a play area and games room, and regular entertainment at the onsite Dolphin Bar.
Take your pick from a range of cosy lodges with private hot tubs, such as the Old Millers Cottage – a 16th-century stone cottage set in secluded grounds beside a bubbling stream.
This award-winning Hoseasons park has plenty to enjoy on-site as well as lots of pubs, restaurants and shops within close distance. The hot tubs are great here too – full size and just the right temperature to jump in when you arrive.
Offering something a bit different – boutique lodge accommodation set against glorious Welsh backdrops: we love the distinctive double-storey Safari Tents, with wooded and fabric interiors, faux fur rugs, and mosquito nets draped across your bed for the real safari feel!
Admire the scenery from your private hot tub, then head inside and snuggle up in front of the traditional wood-burning stoves.
For luxurious rejuvenation, stay at the Fishguard Bay Resort, offering holiday homes with stylish décor, panoramic cliff-top views, and an onsite Pamper Pod with a selection of spa facilities and treatments.
The lodges here are extremely spacious and each has its own private hot tub. Expect some sea views from your accommodation that will take your breath away. These are self-catered accommodations, each with either a round or traditional hot tub, many with sea views.
There’s a range of lodges here and some of them sleep up to 12 people, offering a really good place to go with larger families or for a group of friends.
Explore the Coastal Way, a 180-mile touring route that showcases the striking beauty of the Pembrokeshire coast, including the idyllic Cardigan Bay. Keep an eye out for the wonderful wildlife – from seals and crabs to puffins and bats, and even bottlenose dolphins if you’re really lucky!
Be sure to take a walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Britain’s only coastal national park, with a wide range of 200 circular routes ranging from easy strolls to challenging hikes, perfect for all levels.
If you’re taking a hot tub holiday with your canine companion, you’ll really be spoilt for choice on where to walk them. A popular route is the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which twists around rugged coastlines and golden curves of sand. Take a boat tour to the offshore islands of Skomer and Skokhollm, home to a variety of birds and wildlife amidst spectacular natural beauty.
Pembrokeshire makes for an ideal retreat for couples. From romantic walks to taking in some of the selection of Dark Sky Discovery Sites: these serene and peaceful spots have low-level light pollution and viewpoints that look out onto the waves, which lends to the perfect place for unrestricted stargazing. Wrap up warm and admire the dark and sea-kissed skies.
Perfect for adventurers, Pembrokeshire has plenty of options for the active amongst you – from surfing and kayaking to abseiling and white-water rafting. For true thrill-seekers, why not have a go at coasteering with Celtic Quest Coasteering?
Pull on a wetsuit and get to work exploring deep caves, scaling craggy cliffs and jump into the rolling waves below – if you’re brave enough… You can always warm up in your own private hot tub afterwards!
Be sure to head to Tenby, a picture-perfect seaside town with a quaint harbour and colourful houses. Take your pick from three sandy beaches, or boat to the tranquil Caldey Island, a holy and secluded island run by a welcoming community of Cistercian monks.
Close to Tenby is the Heatherton World of Activities, with varied attractions for all the family. Choose from paintball, karting, archery, and adventure golf, or brave the heights at the Tree Tops high ropes course!
Other family-friendly attractions around Pembrokeshire include Folly Farm, which offers an exciting day out with penguins, meerkats and rhinos, plus opportunities to meet animals one on one at the Jolly Barn.
The site has regular concerts and events at the Follies Theatre and an undercover vintage fairground including classic rides such as Dodgems and Waltzers!