Salem Holiday Cottage, Strumble Head

  • Can you imagine enjoying a view of the sea from every window?
  • Are you keen on coastal and hill walking?
  • Are you a birdwatcher, especially keen on migration and sea birds?
  • Do you enjoy secluded and beautiful rural locations, steeped in ancient history?

If you answer “Yes” to any of these questions, Salem is the house for you! It faces the sea from every window (except the bathroom!) It is a few steps from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, voted in the National Geographic one of the finest walks in the world!  Birdlife and wild flowers abound; choughs are a local specialty, and Strumble Head (one mile away) is one of the top 3 bird watching places in the UK. Who needs a television when there is so much else to do….excellent restaurants (specializing in sea food), galleries and craft shops, guided walks, ancient stone circles and cromlechs; miles of sandy beaches; the Fishguard tapestry; bike and horse riding and water sports galore.

Weekly rental from £375-700


Salem is a charming isolated stone cottage facing the coast.  It has two bedrooms (a double and a twin) so can accommodate four people. The kitchen-cum-dining room has a fridge and a microwave, and the delightful sitting room has a coal/wood burning stove. There is both bath and shower.  At the back is a beautiful sunroom facing the back courtyard, where there is a bench and a picnic table. Ample parking is available on both sides of the house. Modest charges to attract walkers, birdwatchers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Pets are welcome.

Salem Cottage


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Open: All year





The boys loved the beaches and fought the waves on a different one each day.  Old castles, beautiful gardens, medieval churches – add hiking and the beaches and we had no difficulty to fill the two weeks. I cannot imagine a coast more beautiful and Salem is an ideal place to visit the area.

Stella and Tom - Sussex

” A beautiful landscape through which we could walk directly from the house, without driving.  We liked to see the lighthouse shining at night and the sheep as neighbours.  Stay as you are; like this you will reach the ‘right’ people and they will come again, as we will”.
Mary and Nikki from Switzerland