Coastal Cottages – A Weekend in Pembrokeshire

Coastal Cottages - A review of our weekend in Pembrokeshire //

A few weeks ago, Coastal Cottages invited C and I to stay in one of their stunning rentals – 2 Penally Boathouse Mews. Having fallen in love with Pembrokeshire a few years ago on THIS trip, we had longed to go back and explore more of the beautiful coastline.

Coastal Cottages have over 500 properties in their portfolio. 2 Penally Boathouse Mews (formerly known as Saddlers Cottage) is a cosy cottage hidden away in the grounds of the owners’ home, Penally House, on the bank of the River Teifi in the small village of St Dogmaels. Beautifully renovated to a high standard and furnished in an quirky mix of contemporary and antique pieces focussing on the nearby river and its fishing history, the split level L-shaped layout leads from the sitting area with cosy wood burning stove, which overlooks the pretty gardens with views of the nearby estuary.

Coastal Cottages - A review of our weekend in Pembrokeshire //

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46 thoughts on “Coastal Cottages – A Weekend in Pembrokeshire

  1. That costal cottage looks wonderful! Pembrokeshire is a place we’d love to go back to having visited Tenby recently. Can’t beat the coastline x poppping over from #ExplorerKids xx

  2. What fabulous photos Sus! and such a beautiful place to stay ! we have been to wales twice but haven’t really explored Pembrokshire, would love to though. And yes, the thought of that vegan nut roast has got me salivating!

  3. oh wow the garden looks so pretty, and that scenery is breathtaking! This looks like a perfect getaway. #Explorerkids

  4. I’ve never visited, but it looks like such a beautiful picturesque place. I am a sucker for a cottage, especially by the sea so I’m a tad jealous! 🙂

  5. Last bank holiday weekend, in the end of April we had plans to visit Prembrokeshire and my cousin had also booked a cottage there but we couldn’t make it. The rest of the family stayed there and had an amazing time! Will keep Coastal cottages in mind for the next trip.

  6. This is so beautiful! I never knew Pembrokeshire is such a beautiful place. I love the pottery place – so gorgeous and cute! You are so lucky to have such a nice weather over there. Your photos are stunning by the way. I must check out Coastal Cottages, they seem to have a really nice place to stay. Thanks for linking up with us on #ExplorerKids Linky. x

  7. I love holidays in the UK. We do cottage holidays like this once or twice a year and we have stayed in some stunning properties and had the best holidays. I’ve not tried coastal cottages but I’ll check them out. Shared!

  8. I can’t wait to visit the UK. I have no excuse really, I have many friends who live there and I would love to visit them. I should just buy a plane ticket! This looks like such a lovely trip. Thanks for sharing!

  9. I’ve never been to Pembrokeshire, but it always looks so beautiful. We rarely stay in cottages because my husband never comes on holiday, so a hotel works out better for us, but I do love cottage stays. #explorerkids

  10. I’ve never been before but looking at these photographs and reading your review makes me want to go right now: such a beautiful and peaceful place and seems like the perfect getaway. So glad you enjoyed it and thank you so much for writing your review! Much move x

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