Weekend Breaks In West Wales

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Looking for a weekend break in West Wales?  

NetletUK provides access to hundreds of luxury holiday homes and cottages in West Wales for that short stay you’ve been waiting for.

A weekend break in West Wales is the perfect way to relax and unwind. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a fun family adventure, we’ve got everything you need to make your trip unforgettable.

Short breaks are great because they allow you to take a break from your busy life, without having to commit to an entire week off. It’s also nice because you can get away from your normal routine and explore somewhere new!

West Wales is the perfect place for just that: it’s full of beautiful scenery, great activities, and delicious local food.

Why book a weekend break in West Wales?

You can’t beat a weekend break in West Wales.

With hundreds of miles of coastline, mountains, and forests to explore, there’s no better place to get away from it all—and we know how much you need that. West Wales is a beautiful part of the world, with plenty to do for everyone: whether you want to go hiking in the mountains or exploring caves, or just relax by the sea, you’ll find it here. We promise!

And if you’re not sure where to stay, that’s where we come in! We’ve got everything from beachfront apartments in Tenby to cosy cottages in St dogmaels options that will make you feel like you’re living in a fairy tale—and we can help you find something that fits your budget too!

 

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Dog Friendly Breaks In West Wales

Dog-Friendly Weekend Breaks In West Wales

If you’re looking for a relaxing weekend break with your dog and want to visit the stunning Pembrokeshire coast, West Wales is the perfect place to visit. NetletUK offer dog-friendly accommodation in the most beautiful parts of West Wales. Our holiday homes are spacious, clean and comfortable with all the amenities you need for a long weekend away with your dog.

We have dozens of different types of weekend break accommodation available including luxury lodges, wooden cabins and holiday homes – all set in beautiful locations in West Wales. If you’re looking for somewhere special to stay with your pooch, we’ve got plenty of ideas for you!

If you have any special doggy related requirements, just ask one of the team.

Weekend break accommodation in West Wales

Unwind during a short weekend break in West Wales with one of our hand selected holiday homes

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Featured West Wales Weekend Break Cottages

The Oaks, Pembrokeshire, West Wales

 

We have the perfect weekend break holiday cottage for a stay in West Wales.

The Oaks is a historic home in Pembrokeshire that can comfortably accommodate a family or group of 4 for a short weekend break. As you enter the beautifully decorated apartment you will immediately find the open plan kitchen, dining and living area.

Through the living area with large bay windows, you will find the master bedroom, adjacent to this is the family bathroom. Well equipped with both a king bedroom and a twin zip and link bedroom that can easily be made into a double bed. The second bedroom also has an en-suite, in here you’ll find the shower/bath combination.

The grounds of The Oaks are private to those who are staying at this gorgeous short break country home but at the bottom of the garden there is a small gate that leads to the Holyland Woods, which is fully accessible to the public. Feel free to head on a leisurely walk through the woods as it leads you into Pembroke town.

So if you’re looking for a weekend break to West Wales, why not stay at this cosy country home in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countryside.

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Waterfront Apartment, Milford Haven, West Wales

 

You might be looking for a weekend break in West Wales near the waterfront.  Here we have this wonderful, modern waterfront apartment in Milford Haven.

Vanguard house is well a presented modern apartment that accommodates 5 guests with 3 bedrooms looking over Milford Waterfront. As you enter the apartment you will see 2 bedrooms one with a single bed and another with a double bed to your left as you walk down the Hallway leading to the family bathroom that features a shower, sink and W.C

Staying along Milford waterfront you get to take full advantage of the beautiful views along with all the lovely local business from restaurants serving lunch and cocktails to barista coffees and homemade cakes. If culture is more your thing, we have Milford haven museum and the waterfront gallery and many more all within walking distance of the apartment. Milford haven is the perfect place to explore all aspects of Pembrokeshire with our many coastal walks and blue flag beaches over the county.  Pembrokeshire has plenty to offer. 

So this summer, take a short weekend break in West Wales to this beautiful waterfront apartment and relax in the sun in style.

Find out more information about Pembrokeshire Beaches around the West Wales coast, most of which are a stone’s throw from some of our stunning weekend breaks in West Wales. 

Amazing places to eat during your weekend break in West Wales

West wales has some of the most incredible places to eat in the UK, we look at some of the best.

It’s no secret that the food in West Wales is some of the best you’ll find anywhere in the world. From Michelin-starred restaurants to cozy pubs and cafes, this region has something for everyone.

But if you want to experience the best that West Wales has to offer during your weekend break, you’ve got to go beyond the standard pub or restaurant. You have to try something new—something truly unforgettable.

Ynyshir, West Wales

If you’re looking for something special during your weekend break in West Wales, Ynyshir has earned a reputation as one of Wales’ finest dining destinations. With five AA rosettes and a score of nine from the Good Food Guide, it’s no exaggeration to say that Chef Patron Gareth Ward’s food is some of the very best in the county.

The Fernery at Grove

Another incredible choice for a special meal during your weekend break in West Wales is The Fernery Restaurant. Since opening in 2018, Fernery has established itself as the food destination in West Wales. Led by Executive Chef Douglas Balish, Fernery serves elegant dishes made from seasonal produce. The restaurant holds three AA rosettes and is housed in the 5-star Grove of Narberth hotel

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Places to visit during weekend break in west wales

If you’re looking for a short break or weekend away, West Wales has what you need. The rugged coastlines and rolling hills are dotted with little villages that offer the perfect escape, whether you just want to get away from it all or want to experience a bit of Welsh culture.

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is one of the most beautiful places in Wales, and full of wildlife and history. If you’re looking for something a little more active, head to the coastal town of Tenby and rent a kayak from Adventure Watersports. The company offers guided tours along with private rentals, so no matter your skill level, you’ll have an incredible experience!

Or if you’d rather do something more relaxing, visit St. David’s Cathedral in Pembrokeshire County Town (the cathedral is actually older than London’s Westminster Abbey). Built in 1180, this cathedral was originally an abbey church but became a cathedral in 1920 after being converted into one by Henry VIII during the Reformation period in England—so it’s got some history!

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