Approximately five miles south of the historic town of Pembroke lies the picturesque village of Bosherston.
We are situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with spectacular cliffs and stacks featuring the famous Green Bridge of Wales, a natural limestone arch reaching out into the sea.
We are also within walking distance of the Pembrokeshire Coast path and are within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – the UK’s only coastal national park. Close by are fabulous sandy beaches, the famous Bosherston lily ponds which lead to the wonderful Broad Haven beach, spectacular clifftop walks and the exquisite tiny sixth century St Govan’s Chapel set into a cleft in the cliff. These are all but a walk away from the cottage.
There is a homely pub as well as the famous Old Worlde tea rooms a short stroll away
The beaches of Broadhaven and Barafundle are nearby and are safe for swimming.
You can walk to Broadhaven via Bosherston lily ponds which are at their best in May and June.
Much of this area is under the ownership of The National Trust who protect this very special place.