Pembrokeshire is spectacularly beautiful. Our coast is the National Park with over 50 Safe and Sandy beaches to choose from.  We have sheltered coves and huge surfing beaches, cliffs and dunes, fun beaches and hidden gems.  The views are wonderful and a Pembrokeshire sunset across the sea is a sight not to be missed.

Pembrokeshire is charming and quaint.  With dozens of pretty towns and villages to explore there is always something new to find. Try Narberth for a wide variety of shops, Pembroke for the castle, Fishguard to see a working port and everyone loves Tenby’s medieval walled town, conveniently traffic free for you to enjoy a comfortable stroll.

Who mentioned walking?  If you fancy a breath of air there is 186 miles of Coastal Path to keep you amused, or perhaps a short sweet walk from Bosherton’s lily ponds to Broad Haven, or a saunter through the miner’s tunnels from Wiseman’s Bridge to Saundersfoot, and everyone should experience a bare-foot stroll along a moonlit beach.

Fancy something more challenging?  Pembrokeshire offers you all manner of water sports: surfing, boarding, sailing, water skiing, coasteering, scuba diving to wrecks, with expert tuition for the inexperienced.  Horse riding is available from many stables, you can choose from a gentle hack through the bridleways to an exhilarating gallop across the beach.  Cycling through Pembrokeshire is fun and we offer special maps for easy to follow routes.

Shopaholic?  How about the Farmers markets in Haverfordwest and Fishguard, the Farm gate shops and a myriad of craft shops and artists studios scattered around the county.  Paint your own pottery or watch glass blowing, find out about cheese making and Love spoons.

We would be most remiss if we did not mention some of the dozens of theme and activity parks that abound in Pembrokeshire.  Oakwood, Folly Farm, Heatherton, Manor House zoo,Tenby Dinosaur Park, Blue Lagoon, Crystal Maze, and ten-pin bowling, go-karts, indoor and outdoor and Clerkenhill Frisbee golf range, as well as many many more!

Regional culture dates back 5000 years, castles, neolithic sites and forts plus Castell Henlyss, a reconstructed Iron Age fort. There are so many castles to choose from……Pembroke, Manorbier and Carew offer guided tours and entertainment. Take a boat trip from Tenby beach to Caldey island, home to Cistercian monks, for a relaxing day out. 

Food, beautiful food is obtainable from sumptuous banquets to cream teas.  Cosy inns offer pub grub, restaurants ply you with food from round the world, cafes proffer delicious snacks and beverages and, remember that bare-foot moonlit walk along the beach, why not fish and chips on the harbour to end the day.

We provide leaflets and brochures in the cottage so you can plan your day, and are always happy to assist in any way we can.


Useful Links

Pembrokeshire Tourism

Folly Farm

Oakwood Theme Park

Thousand Islands Expeditions

Pembrokeshire Coast National park

National Trust - Stackpole

 

 





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