The are lots of holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire.
Pembrokeshire has a wealth of accommodation ranging from four star spa hotels to award winning holiday parks; from farmhouse bed and breakfast accommodation to a newly opened holiday village; from caravan and camping sites to Youth Hostels and bunk house accommodation.
Full details of all accommodation in the county is available from Tourist Information Centres. See separate page for full details of the centres.
Since 2008, the major tourist bodies in Britain and the AA have joined forces to standardize the way in which accommodation is graded. The star ratings reflect the level of facilities and overall quality of the accommodation checked.
The stars are your guide to quality and the quality grading applies to all types of accommodation. This includes hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfast, and farm accommodation, self catering cottages, apartments and hostels and bunk house type accommodation. Also included are caravan holiday homes and touring /camping establishments.
The Star Ratings are:
1 * Simple, practical, no frills
2 ** Well presented and well run
3 *** Good level of quality and comfort
4 **** Excellent standards throughout
5 ***** Exceptional with a degree of luxury.
The following types of accommodation are available in Pembrokeshire.
Full service hotels with at least 6 and usually more than 20 rooms. Licensed and providing breakfast and evening meals. Also has leisure facilities.
As above but with out the leisure facilities.
Country House Hotel.
Usually in rural or semi rural location with ample gardens and grounds.
Provides full hotel service apart from dinner. There will normally be places to eat nearby.
Personally run by the owner. Up to 20 bedrooms.
Bedroom only accommodation that is geared towards to motorist. Sometimes has meal facilities.
Has more than six bedrooms and run on a more commercial basis than a bed and breakfast. Sometimes will provide evening meals.
Bed & Breakfast (B&B).
Normally a private house, run by the owner. No more than six paying guests.
Non-hotel style accommodation in a quiet location, usually with its own grounds.
Farm B&B or Guest House.
Accommodation on a working farm.
A fully licensed pub with a bar open to non residents. Food available at lunch time and evening time.
Restaurant With Rooms.
B&B or Guesthouse style accommodation provided within a licensed restaurant premises.
Accommodation is often in shared bunk rooms or family rooms. Suitable for single people, families and groups.
Rural accommodation, which can be booked by individuals or groups. Limited services and facilities but will have a self catering facility.