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Buying a house in Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire, in west Wales, is fast becoming one of the most desired locations for home movers, attracted by glorious beaches and a wild coastline and a quieter pace of life.

This is a county where you can live in splendid isolation yet be within easy reach of Wales's biggest towns and cities.

How much is a typical property in Pembrokeshire?

The average property price in Pembrokeshire is £235,513.

You can find the average price per property type below:

Property typeDetachedSemi-detached TerracedFlats/Maisonettes
Average price£331,171£208,783£174,032£114,771


April 2023 property price data sourced from the Land Registry.

How much will council tax cost in Pembrokeshire?

Pembrokeshire County Council sets council tax rates for the city.

Residential property is allocated into one of eight council tax bands depending on their valuation. Check out which band your property is in on the government website.

For 2023-24, council tax bands in Pembrokeshire are:

Tax BandCharges
Band A£1,130.71
Band B£1,319.16
Band C£1,507.62
Band D£1,696.07
Band E£2,072.97
Band F£2,449.88
Band G£2,826.78
Band H£3,392.14

Where are Pembrokeshire's best home-mover destinations?

Two of Pembrokeshire's finest locations have been recognised in the 2020 Sunday Times' Best Places to Live in the UK list. The seaside resort of Tenby and the market town of Narberth wowed those compiling the annual list. Narberth was lauded for its “high-class high street” and described as “captivating”. Meanwhile, Tenby's “picture-perfect harbour bobbing with boats, topped by brightly painted high-rise Georgian houses” wowed the compilers.

The county town of Pembroke boasts a mighty castle in which Henry VII was born; the harbour town of Milford Haven sits on the biggest estuary in Wales, and St Davids is the UK's smallest city and the birthplace of Wales's patron saint.

Which council is responsible for schools in Pembrokeshire?

Pembrokeshire County Council is the local education authority for the area.

You can find out more information on all schools and colleges across Pembrokeshire on the website of Estyn, Wales' education and training inspectorate.

Did you know?

Coasteering was invented in Pembrokeshire in the early 1980s by surfers who found the scramble along cliffs and rock pools as invigorating as chasing waves.

Pembrokeshire National Park covers almost all of the county's coast and islands and is one of the UK's smallest national parks.

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Towns and areas within this district include:

Boncath, Broad-Haven, Clarbeston-Road, Clynderwen, Crymych, Fishguard, Goodwick, Haverfordwest, Hermon, Kilgetty, Little-Haven, Llanfyrnach, Milford-Haven, Narberth, Pembroke, Saundersfoot, Solva, St-Davids, Tenby

No Completion No Fee is our promise that in the unfortunate event that your property transaction falls-through you will not be liable for any of the conveyancer’s fixed legal fees for the work completed.

To secure this benefit a fee, already included in your quote, is taken upon on deciding to go ahead with your transaction.

Should your transaction fall through, for whatever reason, we can hold this amount on account for your next transaction or provide a refund.

Your Fixed Legal Fee** quote from Homeward Legal ensures that you pay no more than we have quoted you for and is based on the information you’ve provided to us being true and accurate.

There are specific circumstances on a minority of transactions that may require additional charges that could not be foreseen at the outset.

A list of those charges and explanations can be found here with details of the potential cost. These will only be charged following discussion with your conveyancer with a clear explanation of what they are for.