Per Ardua Cottage is situated in a superb location for a family holiday in the Tenby and South Pembrokeshire holiday area. Lying on the edge of the idyllic village of Penally, the cottage sits close to a popular restaurant, local pub and village shop. A 15 minute stroll across the golf course path will take you to Tenby’s magnificent beaches, the town, harbour and Pembrokeshire’s iconic coastal path.
Sleeping up to 10 guests very comfortably, accommodation is ideal for those wanting private space. The cottage has been tastefully presented throughout with a large open plan living area and spacious kitchen featuring a breakfast bar and modern range oven. Patio doors lead out to a patio with a brick built BBQ perfect for alfresco dining on a sunny evening.
Jeff and Chris the owners look after the cottage themselves from bookings, maintenance, gardens and cleaning to leaving an interesting welcome pack for you on arrival. We are proud of the great reputation and reviews we have built up over the past 15 years.
Ground Floor - the cottage has gas central heating and comprises:
First Floor comprises of:
The extensive, secure gardens provide the perfect space for all the family to enjoy with some seating areas tucked away for relaxing at the end of the day. The driveway has parking for up to 5 cars, which is a big bonus in the Tenby area.
Our changeover day is usually a Friday but we can be flexible. Friday is a very popular changeover day because it avoids the Saturday queues coming into Pembrokeshire (Feb and Oct half term have a Sat arrival). We are open all the year round and also offer short breaks. Call us direct for more information on pricing, availability and to book.
Two dogs are welcome at no extra charge.
The main square with its many cafe/bars, restaurants and shops is traffic free creating a cafe culture atmosphere, or you can wander down to the harbour or castle beach - voted number 1 beach in Europe 2014 for its golden sands and clear waters.
From the harbour you can take a boat ride to the holy island of Caldey, home to a Celtic Monastery and Cistercian monks who sell farm produce, perfume and chocolate.
There are lots of beaches along this special coastline. Find information and directions in the informative welcome file when you arrive highlighting our favourite places including Barafundle beach, Bosherston Lily Ponds and Pembroke Castle.
Award-winning family fun attractions nearby include Oakwood Theme Park, Heatherton Adventure Park, Annas Welsh Zoo, The Dinosaur Park and Folly Farm and Zoo. For the more adventurous enjoy Quad biking at Ritic Valley and explore the rugged trails in Pembrokeshire’s rolling countryside.