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Discover Pembrokeshire 

Food and Drink

No visit to Pembrokeshire would be complete without indulging in its culinary delights. The region is renowned for its fresh, locally-sourced produce, from succulent seafood to artisan cheeses. Enjoy a meal at one of the many charming pubs and restaurants, where your can savor traditional Welsh dishes and contemporary cuisine. Don't forget to try the local ales and ciders, which perfectly complement the flavors of Pembrokeshire. And keep an eye our for pop ups in our very own lower walled garden.

Bird Watching

Nature lovers will be in their element with Pembrokeshire's diverse birdlife. The region is a bird-watcher's paradise, with species such as puffins, gannets, and razorbills frequenting the coastal cliffs and islands. Skomer Island, in particular, is a must-visit for its incredible seabird colonies and stunning landscapes.

On the water

For those who love to make a splash, Pembrokeshire offers a wealth of water-based activities. Try your hand at paddleboarding, kayaking, surfing or coasteering along the stunning coastline. The clear waters and sheltered bays provide the perfect conditions for both beginners and seasoned water sports enthusiasts.

Family Attractions

Pembrokeshire is a haven for families, with an abundance of attractions to keep everyone entertained. Enjoy a fun-filled day at Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, where children can meet exotic animals and enjoy thrilling rides. Manor Park, Dinosaur Park, Heatherton Activity Centre and many more. Alternatively, explore the fascinating coast line with a boat or take a scenic ride on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path by bike or join the annual feel good festival The Big Retreat during the May Bank Holiday.

Award Wining Beaches

Pembrokeshire boasts some of the finest beaches in the UK, many of which have been recognized with prestigious Blue Flag awards for their cleanliness and safety. From the golden sands of Tenby and Barafundle Bay to the rugged beauty of Freshwater West, there's a beach to suit every preference. Spend your days sunbathing, swimming, or exploring the rock pools with the family.

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Breath-taking coastal landscapes and diverse wildlife - Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only coastal National Park in the UK. With its dramatic cliffs, serene beaches, and lush valleys, the park provides a picturesque backdrop for hiking, wildlife spotting, and simply soaking in the stunning scenery. Whether you're an avid adventurer or a casual stroller, the park's diverse trails offer something for everyone.

Tenby Harbour

Charming harbor town with colorful buildings

Island Visits

Embark on a memorable island adventure during your stay in Pembrokeshire. Skomer Island is a wildlife enthusiast's dream, famous for its puffin population, seals, and vibrant wildflower meadows. Accessible by boat from Martin's Haven, this enchanting island offers a unique opportunity to witness nature in its purest form.

Another must-visit is Caldey Island, often referred to as the Monks' Island, located just off the coast of Tenby. Home to a community of Cistercian monks, Caldey Island offers a peaceful retreat with its tranquil atmosphere, historic monastery, and stunning coastal views. Explore the island's ancient churches, enjoy its serene beaches, and sample the delicious homemade chocolate crafted by the monks.

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Historic Castles and Churches

Step back in time and explore the rich history of Pembrokeshire through its magnificent castles and churches . Visit Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII, or the imposing ruins of Carew Castle, which offers a fascinating glimpse into medieval life. These historic sites provide a perfect blend of education and enchantment for history buffs and curious minds alike. St Davids Cathedral and St Govan's is also a must on a trip to Pembrokeshire.

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