Pembrokeshire beach cottage - 500 yards from Amroth Beach
Large cosy lounge with wood burner
Welsh cakes in front of the fire
Pembrokshire beach cottage - lounge with TV & surround sound
Cottage rules
Kitchen with breakfast table at this dog friendly holiday cottage
Bwthyn Amroth's Pembrokeshire beach cottage - double bedroom
Large bathroom with bath and over bath electric shower
Large garden area
Horses walking across Amroth Beach
Wall decoration within the Cottage - Tenby B4316
Pembrokeshire beach cottage - 500 yards from Amroth Beach

Wales » Wales - Pembrokeshire & West » Amroth Bwthyn Amroth

7 nights min. stay

from £362

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01227 656 991

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At a glance

Sleeps 5
Property type Cottage
Tariff band £362.00 - £927.00 p/wk
Changeover day Saturday
Bedrooms 2
Double bed (4’6”) 1
Single beds 3
Bathrooms 1
Min # of nights 2
Pets allowed 2
Pet friendly
Smoking not permitted
Bed linen included
Towels included
Arrival time 10:00

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Ideally located for the beautiful, sandy Amroth beach, this seaside cottage with its character features offers a cosy retreat after a day at the beach or strolling along part of the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The village of Amroth is just a short walk down the beach and Saundersfoot 3 miles away. Wide choice of outdoor activities, picturesque towns and villages and tourist attractions all within easy reach. Added bonus of a generous garden should children or dogs need even more exercise!

Size: sleeps 5 in 2 bedrooms
Beds: 1 double, 1 bunk-bed with single
Rooms: ground floor: kitchen/dining room, lounge. First floor: bedrooms 1 and 2, bathroom
Kitchen & utilities: includes microwave and washer/dryer
Entertainment: TV, DVD player, iPod dock
For families: cot and highchair available on request (please bring your cot bedding)
Outside: extensive gardens
Parking: parking for 1 car at cottage with additional parking in the lane opposite
General: wifi, bed linen and towels provided, heating and electricity included, storage for sports equipment
Pets: 2 dogs welcome
Notes: no smoking.

You may need to pay an Accidental Damage Deposit or Accidental Damage Deposit Waiver for this property. Where applicable we will contact you in good time before your holiday with further details and to take payment.


  • Pet friendly
  • Smoking not permitted
  • Bed linen included
  • Towels included
  • BBQ
  • Cot
  • Highchair
  • Internet/Wi-Fi
  • Private parking space
  • Tumble dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Working fireplace

Activities & Attractions

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Seasonal weekly tariff overview

# Min stay Start date End date Price
2 nights 02 Nov 2019 19 Dec 2019 £362
2 nights 20 Dec 2019 04 Jan 2020 £767
2 nights 05 Jan 2020 03 Apr 2020 £395
2 nights 04 Apr 2020 24 Apr 2020 £554
2 nights 25 Apr 2020 22 May 2020 £448
2 nights 23 May 2020 19 Jun 2020 £565
2 nights 20 Jun 2020 04 Sep 2020 £927
2 nights 05 Sep 2020 18 Sep 2020 £608
2 nights 19 Sep 2020 30 Oct 2020 £395
2 nights 31 Oct 2020 17 Dec 2020 £362
2 nights 18 Dec 2020 04 Jan 2021 £767
Bwthyn Amroth

16 Aug 2019

Super location. Very pretty cottage. We had a wonderful time and will definitely come back .

Miss Sarah Cason

Bwthyn Amroth

19 Mar 2019

We loved our stay at this cottage and will be back next year! Upgrade of the bathroom would make this cottage outstanding!

Mrs Barbara Jones

Bwthyn Amroth

22 Nov 2017

Amroth is lovely with a few dog friendly pubs, so easy to take the dog away for a break. The beach is great at low tide for a long run.

D Thomas

Bwthyn Amroth

28 May 2016

Beautiful cottage in a brilliant location. Walking distance to beach, dog friendly pubs and the coastal path. Very dog friendly, even though some beaches are dog free as they are blue flag, you will have no problem finding others, nearly all pubs are dog friendly and the whole area is a walking paradise.

Jill from Lincolnshire

Bwthyn Amroth

21 Aug 2016

The property was in a brilliant location, near to the beach and the shops.
Recommendations: The Pirate on the beach for fish and chips and also lots of great flavours of ice cream, the Turkish delight was amazing. Narberth is a fabulous place for shopping - lovely arty shops if a bit pricey - lovely market on a Friday. If you fancy a castle Pembroke Castle is impressive and has events throughout the year. The walk on the beach from Saundersfoot back to Amroth is brilliant, we did it twice. The coastal path coming back is very hilly though. Saundersfoot Art Gallery is lovely too.

Jane from Sheffield

Bwthyn Amroth

15 Nov 2016

This is a delightful cottage, with all you need for a simple, peaceful, relaxing break. The surrounding areas are quite simply, stunning. All of the surrounding villages/towns are worth a visit including Tenby, Saundersfoot & Narberth. Some great looking restaurants, independent shops etc.

Robert from Eastbourne

Bwthyn Amroth

12 Jun 2017

I was collecting my Father from his friends so we decided to spend the weekend near Pembroke. Unfortunately the weather was not good. The property was very nice and clean with everything we needed. It was all ready when we arrived which was great as we didn't get there until late. Great location tucked away so really felt away from it all. May well return another time.
Didn't really have a lot of time but had a meal at the New Inn which was very good. We walked around the bay and low tide despite rain and found done caves and great rock pools. Kids enjoyed exploring.

David from Bishops Stortford

Bwthyn Amroth

25 Jun 2017

Had a very enjoyable break and were very lucky with the weather. Property in great location for the beach. Amroth Beach is great. Beautiful sand and clean sea. There is a well stocked Co-op in nearby Kilgetty if you don't fancy driving into Tenby for Sainsbury's. Lydstep Headland is good for local birdwatching, i.e. Chough, Raven and seabirds. £4 all day parking at Coppet Hall Beach and from here a short walk into Saundersfoot or in the other direction to Wiseman's Bridge through the 'tunnels'.

Paul from Solihull

Bwthyn Amroth

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