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All about Croft Farm & Celtic Cottages in Pembrokeshire

Get 'away with the kids' to Croft Farm & Celtic Cottages in Pembrokeshire - a brilliantly well-equipped place to holiday with your family.

Nestled amongst the green fields of West Wales, close to Cardigan Bay and the beaches of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, you'll find the award-winning Croft Farm & Celtic Cottages. This idyllic eco-conscious family-friendly complex offers spotless stylish accommodation that you will love - coupled with stunning grounds and terrific facilities for the whole family.

By AwtK


24 February 2020

There are ten beautifully maintained holiday homes sleeping between two and twelve people. Four properties enjoy a private garden hot tub while two others share one.

Imagine your children's excitement at waking on a farm each morning. Andy and Sylvie, who have owned and developed the cottages since 1988, encourage families to be involved with the daily egg collecting and feeding of the friendly farm animals.

You’ll find Eeyore and Jessie (donkeys), Bumble, Pluto and Mars (kune kune pigs), Laurel and Hardy (comical goats), sheep, pet rabbits, guinea pigs and chickens.

The luxury leisure facilities on-site at Croft Farm & Celtic Cottages provide entertainment for children and their grown-ups alike. There's an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna and small gym and the kids will love the soft play, rustic play barn and adventure playground.

Log burners for cooler evenings, relaxing gardens and dog-friendly properties make Croft Farm & Celtic Cottages a perfect destination for your main family holiday or an off-season short break any time of the year.

It's also an ideally located base for exploring the awe-inspiring west coast of Wales, including two Blue Flag beaches close by...

...although let's face it, the kids will be having such a blast on-site that it may prove tricky to get them out for the day!

Book your child-friendly cottage at Croft Farm & Celtic Cottages today.

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