Self Catering Holiday Cottages at Little Loveston

Set on the edge of The National Park in the heart of Pembrokeshire and surrounded by organic farmland and woods, Little Loveston makes a relaxing base for exploring the beautiful surroundings and coast.

We have many visitors returning again and again to enjoy the peaceful and informal setting, and our central location ensures easy access to all the beaches, countryside and attractions of Pembrokeshire.

We have carefully renovated the stone cottages and landscaped the gardens and surroundings at Little Loveston to create comfortable relaxed holiday homes, all with their own individual charm and character. They are well equipped with central heating and Wifi throughout. Private gardens, a games room, playground and football field allow for a safe and fun area which everyone to enjoy.

Come stay, relax and enjoy our self catering cottages in Pembrokeshire.

Old Farmhouse
Sleeps 10


Loveston Barn
Sleeps 2


Landsker House
Sleeps 7


Swallow Cottage
Sleeps 12


Long Barn
Sleeps 2-4


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Have you seen our other cottages?

Llyw Garu (sleeps 10) and Sisters House (Sleeps 12). Located in Hundleton which is 2 miles from Pembroke and close to Barafundle, Broadhaven South and Freshwater West.

Our Guests say

Thank you for a lovely week, magical weather, great house ideal for wheelchair which we very much appreciated. Pembroke Castle was fascinating, Folly Farm good value and Upton Castle rose garden lovely.

Minas Family Llandeilo, London and Birmingham

Ideal venue for a family get-together, grandchildren loved it, welsh cakes a good idea! Diolch y Fawr.

Newnes and Dawes FamilyPowys, October 2015

Thank you for providing such a good place to bring my son and daughter, son-in-law and daughter-in-law, six grandchildren and the pug. It has been a wonderful week with lovely places to visit.

Julian BarkerCambridge

Thank you sooooo much for a lovely holiday, the kids loved the playfield and gave us a bit of peace and quiet!

Dawn Denner and families February 2016

Just a note to say thank you for your fab cottage in the most perfect location to explore Pembrokeshire. Given we were 6 adults, 4 kids, baby and 2 dogs, there was more than enough room and we weren't under each others feet. We cooked every night and didnt want for anything as the kitchen was so well stocked with cookware etc. We got soaked when the weather got bad but had no trouble drying everything out for the next adventure. the kids loved playing in the secure garden and playground - grown ups loved the net hamock to sit and watch their antics. Highly recommend:- checking the web for watching the space station fly overhead, we had 2 amazing nights where we saw it; carew castle, a must see as dogs allowed and great scooter route around the perimeter for kids; tunnels at Saundersfoot to Wisemans Bridge and walk uphill from harbour to waterfalls along coast path; Broad haven, great for day on the beach with all amenities close by; Tenby, walk up castle hill and look out towards St Catherines Island for dolphins-we spotted 2; Walking around the cottage grounds at night spotting bats. Thanks again.

The Mulchahy's and Mulcahy-Bowman'sEaster 2016

Well, what can we say, a fantastic little find. Just love Loveston Barn, the cottage is so cute it's like something you would draw as a child. Its cosy feel is fabulous, hopefully we'll be back.

Pam and KevinWest Yorkshire.

We had a lovely time staying in the barn, it was very comfortable and a great place from which to visit Skomer Island. Also enjoyed the beach at Tenby. Carew Inn serves a lovely dinner.

Lian and BoonLondon.

Thank you very much for the warm welcome in this lovely cottage and the piece of advices you gave us. We had a wonderful stay here and would recommend it to our friends, Best wishes,

Fabienne, Cedric and Soren, Northern France

Dear Ruth, Dear Tim, Thanks a lot for all. We spent a beautiful holidayss in your loely cottage. In this time we saw a lot of Pembrokeshrie and we learnt to love Wales. It was our first time in Wales but hopefully not our last, Best Wishes

Heidi and Rolf, Osnabruck, Germany

Leuchtend Tage - Nicht weinen, dass sie veruber, Lacheln dass sie gewesen' (Konfuzius) 'Bright days - Don't cry, that they are gone. Smile that they were (my personal translation). Dear Ruth and Tim, and the happiest dog in the world...Yoko! We love it too!! Your warm welcome, the cosy cottage - we were happy to come back in the evening after a long day with a lot of impressions from Pembrokeshire - the wonderful coasts and coast paths, the beaches after water is gone, the helpful and friendly people, nice towns, the light and the landscapes and, not to forget, the impressive castles! We had a wonderful stay here, thanks for all! We hope to come back.

Andreas and Sabine. Kamen, Germany