Out and About in Pembrokeshire
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Out and About in Pembrokeshire

Our Summer Top 5

  • Take to the water with either a sea safari trip (before breakfast!) or a day’s kayaking around the bay.
  • Plan the hour-long walk around Dinas Island in time to watch a spectacular
    sun set above Pwllgwaelod
  • Take your pick from one of Fishguard’s popular music festivals: Aberjazz,
    the International Music Festival as well as the Fishguard Folk Festival
  • Reserve a table alfresco at The Shed, Porthgain. It’s reputation for serving
    the best fish in Pembrokeshire means booking ahead is almost always
    essential
  • Make the circular walk around Fishguard taking in picturesque Lower Town
    and the Fort. Put your feet up back at base with a MTH cream tea on the
    terrace or perhaps order a thirst quenching aperitif

Our Winter Top 5

  • Visit the impressive Last Invasion Tapestry, in Fishguard Town Hall
  • Try seal spotting at Strumble Head Lighthouse
  • Visit local Welsh mills: global brand Melin Tregwnt and Solva Woollen Mill,
    Pembrokeshire’s oldest mill and supplier to HRH Prince of Wales Welsh
    residence are both within 20 mins drive
  • Visit St David’s Cathdral and The Bishop’s Palace, in Britain’s smallest city
  • Visit West Wales Art Centre in Fishguard to view some of the best welsh
    artists, including David Tress and James McEwan

Walking

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path: With it’s magnificent bays and spectacular
headlands it is the only coastal National Park in Britain. The 186 mile, 299km
trek is a strenuous undertaking if you want to complete it from start to finish,
you’ll need 10 to 15 days. But most people walk a section at a time always
vowing to return and complete the whole path.
More info on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path website…
The Preseli Hills : rise to 536m in the northern half of Pembrokeshire. Along
the way, apart from the breathtaking views, there are prehistoric remains,
burial cairns dating back to the bronze age, Iron Age hill forts. The northern
edge of the hills features the Gwaun Valley, home to the famous ‘Bessie’s’
pub where beer is still served from the barrel and in a jug.

Get on your Bike

Pembrokeshire is a cyclist’s paradise, with quiet country lanes, woodland
trails and traffic-free routes for everyone to enjoy. The National Cycle Network
routes 4 and 47 Celtic Trail West pass through Pembrokeshire.

  • Bike Hire – www.pembrokeshirebikes.co.uk will deliver your bike to us
  • Bike Repairs – Luna Cycles are conveniently just across the road
  • Bike storage is available on the premises (as are drying facilities, just in
    case!)

Guided Tours

New for 2015, we are working with a credited Blue Badge tour guide, to offer exclusive guided and bespoke tours. Our guide has many years
of experience as a Pembrokeshire Guide and her breadth of local knowledge
covers a wide variety of interests; from Arts and Crafts to Flora and Fauna or
Castles and Palaces to the Celtic Trail. Please enquire for further details.

Our Favorite Beaches

Too many to mention really, and always great whatever the weather, here are
our favourites…

  • Proper Sandy Beaches: Whitesands / Poppit Sands / Newport Sands /
    Broad Haven South
  • Beachy Coves – Cwm yr Eglwys / Pwllgwaelod/ Abermawr / Aberbach
  • Extraordinary Beaches: Barafundle Bay (just beautiful) / Marloes Sands
    (stunning rock formations) / Newgale Beach (surfer’s paradise)
  • Pretty Harbours – Fishguard Lower Town / Abercastle / Solva / Newport
    Parrog …
    N.b: Beach towels available on request.

Keep the Children Happy

Lots of options (in addition to the beach of course), to tick most of the boxes.
Most have special events / activities during school holidays:

Be Adventurous

To make the most of the Great Outdoors here is our top pick of the most
local….

Looking for Something Else?

Please enquire for further details…