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The village of Cosheston in Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales, is found on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Boasting wonderful countryside and coastal landscapes, Cosheston is a fine choice of location for a luxury self-catering break.
Pembrokeshire is Wales’ most popular seaside destination. Home to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, 51 forts and castles and the most blue flag awarded beaches in Britain; Pembrokeshire has a lot going for it. For outdoorsy types there is even a 186 mile long coastal path to keep you occupied! There is something for everyone in Pembrokeshire from great shopping to outstanding beaches and superb attractions. Whitesands beach is one of the best surfing beaches in the country, overlooked by the craggy hill of Carn Llidi, Whitesands is a large expanse of beautiful white sand popular amongst canoeists, body boarders, surfers and holiday makers. There are also many other smaller beaches across the county’s coast for you to kick back and relax. When it comes to sightseeing there is plenty on offer, including Pembrokeshire Candle Centre, Llawhaden Castle and the Gun tower museum. There is also Upton Castle and Gardens, Colby Woodland Garden and Bro Meigan Gardens for all those nature lovers. If sightseeing doesn’t take your fancy then your in for a treat with the amount of exciting activities on offer in Pembrokeshire, not only is there great surfing schools, you can also enjoy fantastic sailing, diving, coasteering, horse riding, fishing,kayaking and much more. Pembrokeshire is the county to visit if you want to get active or try something new. You can also expect to eat well on your visit to Pembrokeshire with fantastic local produce served in wonderful countryside and coastal pubs and restaurants. For the perfect luxury accommodation by the seaside be sure to search Luxury coastal self-catering.