The Sunday Times – Ultimate 100 British hotels: budget. On Main Street in Fishguard, just above the coastal path, Helen and Chris Sheldon’s powder-blue B&B is an assured mix of groovy lamps, abstract paintings and artfully jumbled antiques. Bill Bryson came to stay in March. “He’s very twinkly,” Chris says. Once you’ve been warmed by […]More about Just in from the Sunday Times….
We have been awarded the 2016 Editor’s choice: 2016 Best UK Hotels for Walking Award.More about Good Hotel Guide – Editor’s choice: 2016 Hotels for Walking
Growing up in Pembrokeshire, I would take any opportunity to get on my bicycle with a backpack of paints and paper and disappear on the coastline for a day at a time. For me, the painting experience was more than just paint on paper. The joy of finding or even better discovering a location was […]More about Art on the Pembrokeshire Coast
July 20 – 30th – Fishguard once again plays host to the International Music Festival: ‘ten day’s world class music set against a spectacular backdrop of endless skies, golden beaches, wooded valleys and traditional West Wales communities’ Peter Donohoe CBE and Gillian Green Joint Artistic Directors. www.fishguardmusicfestival.co.ukMore about 45th Fishguard International Music Festival
June 13th 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm Peppers Restaurant / Café Join singer Rosie Sleightholme ‘Utterly winderful stuff’ – BBC Radio Wales and storyteller Deborah Winter ‘Storyteller of the Year’ – Bristol Storyfest 2015 Preview Weaving a blend of original and traditional songs and stories, taking you on a magical journey into forbidden forests, wild […]More about Call of the Wild