Cottages in Templeton

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Preselis Hills near Templeton and Narberth

Templeton and Narberth Cottages

Situated in Pembrokeshire, South West Wales, Templeton is a small rural village just outside the vibrant town of Narberth. Centrally located for easy access to the Pembrokeshire coast and its many beautiful beaches, as well as close to local tourist attractions such as Folly Farm & Zoo and Oakwood Theme Park, Templeton offers a good countryside location from which to explore the area and its many attractions. The village inn, the Boars Head, is a family-friendly pub and caters well for families with children, offering play areas and children’s menus. There is also a small wine bar/cafe/restaurant at Cross Villa.

A short drive to nearby Narberth offers a wide selection of shops, cafes, and restaurants where you will find something to suit all tastes and budgets. A fine selection of boutique shops and antique shops makes Narberth a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.

We have a good selection of holiday lettings and cottages for rent in this lovely area of Pembrokeshire. Country cottages, dog-friendly cottages, and rural retreats await you in this centrally located area of Pembrokeshire where you are never too far away from beautiful beaches and award-winning family attractions for fun-filled days out on your Pembrokeshire holiday.

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