From spotting quirky puffins to kayaking alongside curious seals, coastal staycations are the perfect way to discover abundant wildlife on the UK’s doorstep this Autumn.

Nestled on the southwest coast of Wales, Pembrokeshire’s coastline is teeming with wildlife. Chosen as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), the rich waters are fairly untouched by human interference and as the only coastal National Park in the UK, this unique location is teeming with fauna. 

Recent research commissioned by Coastal Cottages, found that 78% of Brits find it easier to recharge at the coast, so what better place to unwind and appreciate what nature has to offer? Be it globally endangered puffins on Skomer Island, otters dipping into Bosherston Lily Ponds, or seal pups sheltering along the Marloes Penninsula, these local characters are sure to enchant you this Autumn.

There are a number of beautifully unique properties in Pembrokeshire that can help you connect to wildlife, like no other. For example, Doves Cottage in Abercastle, otherwise known as the house on the sea, is a brilliant option to be closer to nature. Accessed via the coastal path and with sea views from every window in the house, it offers a truly wild holiday.

Doves Cottage - 4 Star Holiday Cottage - Abercastle, Pembrokeshire, Wales

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