Cosheston is the perfect location for your summer break in Pembrokeshire. It is a pretty little village set in the heart of the county close to the Cleddau River, very close to Pembrokeshire National Park and just a mile or so away from the historic town of Pembroke with its magnificent castle.
Pembroke Castle, the oldest in West Wales dating back to the thirteenth century and birthplace to Henry VII, hosts regular events, concerts and visitor activities. Other castles in the very near vicinity are Upton Castle which stands within gardens extending over 35 acres and the magnificent Carew Castle and Tidal Mill with a history spanning 2,000 years.
There are many eateries local to Cosheston to satisfy all visitors taste buds, from The Brewery Inn, a traditional British Inn offering a superb menu serving fresh local produce and is popular with locals; to the cafe in the lovely surroundings of Upton Castle Gardens. Martha’s Kitchen café at the local garden centre is also a lovely place to stop for lunch or a delicious slice of cake.
A holiday cottage in Cosheston is the perfect base for a memorable holiday in West Wales and would be a perfect base from which you could cycle around the county. There is a cycle path which runs along the A477 between Pembroke Dock and Carew and gorgeous countryside can be explored where it meets the country lanes. We have pet-friendly accommodation in Cosheston and visitors can enjoy the most beautiful scenery, whilst walking through the local woodland to the edge of the Cleddau estuary. A particularly pleasant stroll, the Jubilee trail starts from Upton and is a 2.6-mile circular woodland walk which runs next to the estuary and over fields.