Said Countryfile: "With a wealth of natural attractions, it's no wonder that the wild coastline of Pembrokeshire has romped home with this year's top spot.
"It's a haven for marine life, with dolphins and porpoises often seen from Strumble Head, whale-watching boat trips off the coast and plentiful puffins and seals at Skomer.
"Surrounded by the sea on three sides, no part of Pembrokeshire is more than 14 miles from the coast and locals claim to have salt water in their veins.
"Bask on the wide sandy beaches, trek the 186 mile-long Coast Path, and don't forget to stop in St Davids, the smallest city in Britain."
Added one voter, Rachel Brennan: "St Davids in Pembrokeshire is just perfect. It is beautiful, unspoilt and there is space to breathe. It is special to all our family and Whitesands Bay has been the setting for some wonderful memories."
Nice friendly environment at Noble park and the staff are brilliant! We will definitely be staying here next year!
Melanie Louise James
Nice site, lovely location, very close to Folly Farm, convenient 15 minute drive to Oakwood and Bluestone, great little swimming pool, relaxed attitude, professional and very polite staff.
Safari Tent Review: "Staff are very welcoming. Lovely secluded spot with stunning views. Short drive to the beach and loads of beautiful sight seeing places"
Jason Air B and B
Safari Tent review: Just returned home for a fabulous 2 nights in a luxury safari tent. The tent was very well equipped and spotlessly clean with Lovely comfortable beds.
Glamping Pods review: a fantastic weekend at the Classic Car Rally, staying in the Glamping Pods. Would recommend this very highly, stunning and clean and so comfy!! Next thing to try for us is the bluebells.