The coastline of Pembrokeshire in Wales is one of the loveliest in the whole of England, and is itself a national park. Here you’ll find Haven Court, close by the traditional market town of Haverfordwest, with its pretty complex of timeshare apartments. Set close to the beach and a few minutes from Little Haven village’s quaint pub, it’s the most peaceful relaxing place for a summer break.
Offered are two- and three-bedroom apartments sleeping between two and six guests, complete with fully-fitted kitchens containing cookers, fridges and microwaves. Living spaces are attractively furnished and boast TVs, DVD and CD players as well as cosy seating and separate dining areas.
Wi-Fi is available in public spaces, and the beach is just a step away. Activities in the immediate area include horseback riding, fishing, boating and a golf course, and the village has a grocery store and restaurant. Historic Haverford West has a good choice of eateries, supermarkets and other stores in and around its high street.
Pembrokeshire National Park is famed for its rugged cliffs, tiny sandy bays and the coastal walk which runs the entire length of the county’s seashore. Just offshore are islands with seabird colonies, easily approached from the pretty harbour at Tenby. Caldey Island has an ancient Benedictine monastery and priory, and is just a short boat trip from Tenby.