Activities & Attractions

Visit Pembrokeshire for fantastic activities and attractions which will lead you on a journey of discovery and adventure. 

From family adventure parks to the seat of the Tudor Dynasty, natural landmarks carved by the sea, the hand-woven tapestry depicting the Last invasion of Britain, the birthplace of King Henry VII and St.David, the Patron Saint of Wales, ancient stones and tales to be told – This is Pembrokeshire.



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Art and science working together Share the knowledge and inspiration The Art of Science Centre in the seaside town of Tenby runs beach field trips followed by guided art sessions held in the studio, as well as in-studio art-science sessions. Contact us to enquire about …

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Family run Pembrokeshire Laser Combat is Wales’ premier laser combat venue.  One of 4 finalists in the 2016 ‘Best Pembrokeshire Day Out’, this award-winning outdoor activity provides a great day out for the whole family.  Adventure and fun awaits you in atmospheric, …

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Blue Lagoon is a place where carefree summers and cold winter nights come alive with breathtaking rides, rapid rivers and flumes, relaxing pools and special places just for kids. It‘s a fun-filled, sub-tropical waterpark that guarantees thrilling aqua-adventures. The main …

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A Family Resort In The Heart Of The Pembrokeshire National Park Bluestone, Wales is for anyone who needs a little more freedom from their break; for kids who want their imagination sparked; for families who want a real escape. We …

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The Bosherston Lakes, the old Stackpole Court site and Lodge Park Woods form the most complete and famous part of Stackpole’s designed landscape. It’s easy to while away a few hours meandering around this part of Stackpole, imagining what it …

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The Lake Lodge at Brynmeini Farm Four Star Accommodation on the Farm The lodge is set in a secluded location on a working farm overlooking a lake which is home to a wide variety of ducks, geese and the occasional swan. …

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Welcome to Caldey Island. Caldey Island lies cradled in the magnificent South Pembrokeshire coastline on the western fringes of Wales. It is one of Britain’s holy islands. The Cistercian monks of Caldey continue a tradition which began there in Celtic …

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At the end of the 11th century the Normans extended their conquest of England into Wales and Pembroke Castle became the centre of Norman rule in South Pembrokeshire. Gerald de Windsor was constable of the Castle on behalf of Henry I …

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At Celtic Haven it’s all about giving you the best experience possible…that’s why our motto is YES, WE CAN! Whether you are a guest in one of our cliff-top cottages or visiting our facilities as a day guest, rest assured, …

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Opening times: We use winter steamer wetsuits, hoods, socks & gloves, keeping you warm ALL YEAR round. Session Times:  Summer (Apr-Oct): 9.30am, 2pm  Winter (Nov-Mar): 11am How to Book: Telephone between 9am and 9pm or book online. Winners of: Best Visitor Experience …

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Celtic Wildcat , a 36` fast catamaran with 300hp Caterpillar engines,  is an ideal stable platform for fishing and diving and sight seeing around the west Wales coast. Experienced skippers Nick O`Sullivan and Tracy Smith have extensive local knowledge and aim to give …

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“In a corner of Wales, one man and his dog are taking food in the wild and foraging to a new level, showing the world how it’s done through their own YouTube channel.”  Wales Online About Coastal Foraging Craig takes …

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For full details of our year-round opening times, admission prices and information about Colby Woodland Garden follow the link below: www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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All aboard for Wildlife Boat Trips departing Milford Haven every day at 11am between April and September! Discover the spectacular Pembrokeshire coast on one of our Wildlife Boat Trips with an opportunity to spot seasonal wildlife such as puffins, dolphins, manx shearwaters …

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Walking Skills At Discover Walking Pembrokeshire we are dedicated to giving you the skills you need to walk safely and competently in the hills and moorlands and once you have these skills you will be able to confidently enjoy the great …

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Drew Buckley is one of the most accomplished landscape, wildlife and commercial photographers in the UK. Multi award winning, his images and articles have featured in thousands of national magazines and he has released three books including his latest title …

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Welcome to the Dyfed Shire Horse Farm. A tourist attraction at the foot of the Preseli Mountains in West Wales and the home of the Lewis family since 1849 and of John Rees Lewis’ Dyfed family of Shire Horses. Come …

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We are an independent family owned business. The proprietors, Nick & Gill Chilton have created a well laid out centre with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere where everyone, from the experienced and discerning gardener to the enthusiastic beginner, can be …

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Welcome to a world of knowledge and adventure on the wild Welsh coast. A warm welcome awaits you here on the shoreline of Wales.​ ​A combination of saltwater lure angling for bass and other species, foraging, food and accommodation on the …

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Pick your own adventure at multi award winning Folly Farm Adventure Park & Zoo We know everyone in the family likes to do different things. And the time you spend together is precious. So here at Folly Farm you’ll find …

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HARBWR is a Craft Brewery and Taproom, brewing a range of core ales just above the historic and beautiful Tenby Harbour. Located in Southwest Wales is the harbourside town of Tenby, home to HARBWR Tenby Harbour Brewery and Taproom. The …

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Haverfordwest Golf Club was founded in 1904 as a members club serving the local community. From the very beginning the club has extended a warm welcome to visitors. Today many visiting societies return year on year to enjoy the golf, …

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Opening times: Heatherton is open 10 am daily, Closing times vary through the year. Please Telephone 01646 651025 to Check Closing times to avoid disappointment!! Situated near Tenby in Pembrokeshire, Heatherton is a leisure park featuring many activities, attractions and …

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Hilton Court is one of Pembrokeshire’s best keep secrets. We are situated in 12 acres of outstanding beauty, in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Coastal Park. Visitors are drawn to the beauty and tranquility of the delightful gardens and …

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This splendid palace, built in the 13th and 14th centuries, lies in pretty countryside near Pembroke. The medieval buildings and grounds were a private retreat for the bishops from everyday life and there is a still a sense of this …

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Llangwm is a beautiful former fishing village nestled on the Cleddau on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park. Having played to host to Mesolithic man, marauding Vikings, and Flemish refugees, Llangwm now welcomes you to join its fourth literary …

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A warm welcome awaits you at our peaceful caravan park and campsite in Solva. A quiet place to relax and unwind, close to the sea and the coast path in the Pembrokeshire National Park, perfectly situated to explore North Pembrokeshire …

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For safety reasons Llys y Fran Country Park is currently closed to the public until a major tourism investment project has been completed by Dwr Cymru – Welsh Water. View details here: http://www.familyattractionexpo.co.uk/news/blog.asp?blog_id=5359

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Afternoon Teas & Heritage Railway Display at Login Railway Station. If you enjoy a sense of history, the countryside and Welsh railway heritage you will find it all at the former Login Railway Station. A warm welcome awaits guests looking for …

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Manorbier Castle and Garden. With such a splendid setting overlooking a beautiful unspoilt beach, families love to explore Manorbier Castle and bring a little bit of history to life. The impressive Great Hall, Chapel and Turrets are dottedwith life size …

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Melin Tregwynt, a small white washed woollen mill, can be found in a remote wooded valley on the Pembrokeshire coast. There has been a mill on this site since the 17th century, when local farmers would bring their fleeces to …

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Milford Haven Golf Course is 18 holes of rolling parkland running along side the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, par 70 and 6,067 yards long. The course has an excellent reputation for its all year round playability and extensive buggy paths …

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Milford Waterfront is an ideal place to while away a few hours. Restaurants, bars, retail, accommodation and seasonal boat tours are all available around the picturesque harbour  with Haven Waterway views.

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  – Over 30 years of industry experience – Tailor made programmes/activities to suit specific needs – Excellent value for money – Professional instruction – Quality activity sessions Ideally located within the seaside village of Pendine and on the border …

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2019 is the year of DISCOVERY here in Wales and we hope to help you to do that in style in one of our amazing Motorhomes and help you discover your EPIC adventure! Explore what Wales has to offer or …

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Escape to the western edge of Wales and explore a dramatic coastal landscape. Discover the secrets of our wild places and create your own memories. Must-visit special places Coast and countryside   From watersports at Stackpole to wildlife watching at Marloes, …

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Newgale Lodge offers group accommodation in two lodges and Bed & Breakfast rooms in the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Just two miles from the stunning Blue Flag beach at Newgale and it is ideally situated for anyone doing activity breaks …

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Neyland Yacht Haven is set within the UK’s only truly coastal National Park enjoying the shelter of a well protected creek within the Cleddau Estuary. Haven Pod Looking for a unique getaway with friends and family?   Our two Haven …

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We have a large selection of horses and ponies and take pride in our ability to provide suitable mounts for needs as diverse as a young child, who is experiencing horse riding for the first time, through to those who …

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  Opening times: Open seasonally from March to October. Please ring or check our website for exact days and hours of opening. Open from 10am until 5pm most days, 10am to 6pm during late July and August and 10am to …

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Oriel y Parc Landscape Gallery and Visitor Centre is managed by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority in partnership with Amgueddfa Cymru ‰ÛÒ National Museum Wales, who manage the Class A gallery. The ever changing exhibitions reflect the Pembrokeshire Landscape …

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Pembroke Castle is one of the largest castles in Wales. In 1189 William Marshall became Earl of Pembroke and the castle passed into his hands. Over the next 30 years he transformed the earth and timber structure into a powerful …

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Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is home to the history and heritage of Pembroke Dock and the surrounding area. Our displays focus on the military, maritime and social history of this town. The Heritage Centre is an all-weather attraction for the whole …

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Find all sorts of candles, candlesticks, candelabras, lanterns, essential oil burners, snuffers. Inger makes hand-dipped candles and unique sandcandles with agates. You will be spellbound by the colours, scents and variety. Find presents with a difference in a relaxed atmosphere. …

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The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is a special place and needs careful management to look after it for everyone to enjoy, now and in the future. At the National Park Authority we’re charged with keeping the Park special. Penllechwen near Whitesands Bay. …

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Pembrokeshire’s offshore islands are famous for their incredible natural beauty and fantastic array of wildlife, both above and below the surface. Skomer and Skokholm islands and their surrounding waters are home to a huge variety of birds, including the largest …

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Opening times: All year round Guided walks ……Retreat from the hustle and bustle and follow our thoughtful guide along inspirational landscapes…… For all ages – adults and families. Most walks around 3 miles and suitable for families. Other walks from 3 …

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Welcome It’s no secret that the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is rich with some of the most stunning scenery the British Isles has on offer and our tours have been carefully crafted to provide you with the perfect means of …

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Meet The PWP Sibling Team Pembrokeshire Wake Park is run and owned by Sarah, Mark and Stephanie Harris, a sibling trio born and brought up in the county.  (We should probably point out at this point, that there is a …

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NPRN 101450 Map Reference SN03NE Grid Reference SN09943701 Unitary (Local) Authority Pembrokeshire Old County Pembrokeshire Community Nevern Type of Site CHAMBERED TOMB Broad Class RELIGIOUS RITUAL AND FUNERARY Period Neolithic Site Description Pentre Ifan is perhaps the finest surviving Neolithic tomb in Wales and forms one of a group …

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Priskilly Country House Priskilly Forest Country House is a beautiful setting, delicious food ,spacious rooms make for a relaxing get away in one of Pembrokeshire’s historic manor houses for a Bed  Breakfast Break a Supper or tea menu is available …

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Really Wild Soaps are natural, mild, lightly fragranced and nourishing. The wild ingredients are collected by hand from the hedgerows, coastline and seashore around St Davids. Some of the soaps contain honey and beeswax as they have such amazing properties …

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Opening times: TRAIL RIDING: (Minimum age 16) BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL 0930 – 1700 February Half Term – October Half Term 2008 ARRIVE AND DRIVE: (Minimum gae 6) JUST TURN UP! 0945 – 1700 ALL YEAR! Ritec Valley offers the very best …

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Scolton Manor is a Victorian country house and country park located in Pembrokeshire, West Wales northeast of Haverfordwest and on the borders of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Built as a home, it is now a museum and is a …

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Based in the heart of Pembrokeshire, chosen because of its unique environment, unspoiled and uncrowded, an outdoor pursuits paradise! Exciting outdoor activities have been organised at Sealyham Activity Centre since 1986 and offer exhilarating and stimulating experiences for children and adults …

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Opening times:  Booking Office.  Mon – Fri. 9am to 4pm The experts in multi-activity courses for groups, families and individuals plus schools and colleges.  Full programme of day and evening activities.  Qualified instructors and quality equipment.  Our Activities include rock …

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Landing on Skomer Island A 15 minute boat ride takes you to enjoy one of the most incredible wildlife experiences in Britain. Skomer Island has something to offer everyone. Surrounded by shaded inlets, off shore rocks and sheltered coves, Skomer …

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  Opening times: Monday to Friday 9.30am – 5.30pm The mill is justly famed for manufacturing high quality carpets and rugs. It also accepts commissions to create carpets to customers’ own designs. The well-stocked shop offers a wide variety of …

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Visit St David’s Bishop’s Palace, view the beautifully decorated ruins, and learn about an important site in West Wales’ Christian landscape. Also find out how these lovely indicators of status portray the wealth and power of its former owners. Found …

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Since the 6th century there has been a church on this site.  For the past 1500 years prayer and worship has been offered to God on a daily basis which continues to this day. In this Cathedral we strive to keep …

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Founded about 1115 for a prior and 12 monks of the order of Tiron, St Dogmaels occupied the site of a pre-Norman monastery. It was raised to the status of abbey in 1120, and the monks followed an austere life …

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St Govan, the man St Govan was born of the Hy Cinnselach clan who lived in County Wexford in Ireland. His proper name was Gobhan or Gobban, which means a smith. Possibly St Govan’s father was a worker in wood …

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This must be one of the most idyllically situated monuments in Pembrokeshire, overlooking, as it does, the rocky coastline above St. Non’s Bay. A visit to the chapel ruins can be extended to a longer walk on to and along …

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STACK ROCKS, PEMBROKESHIRE (SIR BENFRO) (SA71 5DS) (SA71 5DS) Leaflet About Stack Rocks, Pembrokeshire (Sir Benfro) (SA71 5DS) (SA71 5DS) Name: Stack Rocks, Pembrokeshire (Sir Benfro) (SA71 5DS) Place type: Island Location: Grid Ref: SR 9268 9448 • X/Y co-ords: 192688, 194481 • …

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Stackpole is a former grand estate stretching down to some of the most beautiful coastline in the world.  Today it’s a national nature reserve, recognised for the rare creatures that live here.  Explore miles of paths amongst the woodlands and …

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The 6 acres of walled gardens on the National Trust estate at Stackpole were created around 1770 to provide for the needs of Sir John Campbell (later Lord Cawdor of Castlemartin) and his family who resided at the now demolished Stackpole court. …

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Tenby Golf Club is one of the true gems of Wales’ idyllic south-west coast. Set among a patchwork of rolling green terrain and wild dunes, Tenby boasts a classic 18-hole links course and a variety of challenges which will test golfers at …

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The museum houses two art galleries, one which features the permanent collection, the second exhibiting changing temporary exhibitions. The permanent art gallery features work by artists such as Gwen and Augustus John, Kyffin Williams, John Piper, David Jones, Gwilym Prichard, Claudia …

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Quite apart from the remarkable history of Christianity surrounding Nevern Church dating back to the 6th Century, our churchyard is also renowned for the  “Bleeding Yews” which line the access path to  the front of the Church. These ancient yew …

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Trading under the same ownership for 25 years now The George’s is unusual, quirky even! Call in to discover a secret little bit of Pembrokeshire in the older streets of Haverfordwest. We are a cafe bar, restaurant and shop with …

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Located in the popular town of Narberth with contemporary lifestyle products including gifts, toiletries, homeware, art, jewellery, handbags, accessories, books and much more. All products are beautifully displayed to uplift, delight and soothe the senses.

The dramatic Carboniferous Limestone coastal scenery of the southern Castlemartin peninsula includes Elegug Stacks and the natural arch of the Green Bridge of Wales, both lying west of Flimston Bay. This coastline is one of the finest stretches of limestone …

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In 1797 the last ever invasion of mainland Britain took place when a French force landed three miles west of Fishguard in Pembrokeshire, Wales. The fascinating story of this event is told in our embroidered tapestry which was designed and …

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Whether you are looking for something adrenaline fuelled, that challenges you both mentally and physically, or a peaceful day out with friends and family exploring wild and beautiful places, The Real Adventure Company delivers.   At The Real Adventure Company …

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The Snake Dude Interactive Reptile Experience gives an extra dimension of fun and education to your event, and caters for all ages. The Snake Dude will bring an assortment of reptiles (about 10 reptiles) to your event with an extremely …

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The Talking Tapestry of Langum tells the story of the village of Llangwm in Pembrokeshire and the arrival of Flemish invaders and settlers in the 12th century. The tapestry was a major achievement of the Heritage Llangwm project which also …

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Theatr Gwaun is an Independent Theatre, Cinema, Bar and Cafe in Fishguard, North Pembrokeshire. It’s been a place for entertainment since 1885 when it was built as a Temperance Hall, becoming one of the first cinema’s in Wales in the …

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The Torch Theatre is a modern and vibrant centre for the arts which prides itself on extending a warm Pembrokeshire welcome to all visitors. Established in 1977, The Torch Theatre is Pembrokeshire’s only professional theatre venue and arts complex, funded …

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The Tour of Pembrokeshire is established as a must-do event for sportive riders in the UK, Ireland and Europe and it is linked with the Tour of Brittany Sportive; Tro Bro Leon. The Welsh Sportive 10000 feet of climbing in …

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Stay – five individually designed bedrooms have been created in the manor house. We also have Lonbury Scandinavian designed houses situated in our beautiful woodland. Eat – The Terrace Cafe and Restaurant offers a relaxed and informal retreat providing good …

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Tregynon Cottages are situated in the wide open Gwaun Valley, nestled below the Preseli Hills in the heart of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, three miles from the village of Newport and the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. To one side stands …

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For full details of opening days and times, admission charges and to see more about this fascinating early Tudor house, follow the link: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/tudor-merchants-house/ National Trust members and under 5’s go free.

Toot toot! Fasten your seatbelts, because the best way to experience the Pembrokeshire coastline is here. Hiring a tuk tuk is sure to make your holiday experience extra magical – with your own private chauffeur.

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TYF is a fun and friendly outdoor adventure company for people of all ages and abilities on the stunning Pembrokeshire coast. We encourage enjoyment, exploration and mindfulness through our activities such as coasteering, kayaking, climbing, surfing, paddle boarding and cycle tours. …

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Pembrokeshire Walking Holidays Venture into Pembrokeshire with VIP Wales At VIP Wales we’re all about creating the tailor-made walking experience that’s just right for you. We love Pembrokeshire and think you will, too. Exciting walking packages for 2019, choose from: …

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We specialise in providing professional boat trips for all ages and abilities – so whether you want sensitive wildlife observation, thrilling expeditions and adventures or something a little different we have a voyage for you, or we can tailor a …

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Our aim is to help you get the most enjoyment out of exploring our beautiful Welsh coast and countryside through walking, cycling and horse riding. We now cover more of the Whole Wales Coastline Path, some 350 miles (560 Kilometers)  from Llanelli …

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We offer equipment hire, taster sessions and tuition, with RYA and BCU certified courses to ensure that you CAN achieve your goals, whatever your age or previous experience. Our qualified and experienced crew gives tailor-made, skilled and patient instruction to: Individuals Families …

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These day courses are a great way for the curious to learn about wild food. The lanes, ancient byways, seashore and coastline around the historic Cathedral City of St Davids are just the best places to discover your ‘inner forager’ …

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A stimulating fun place to visit. Browse around the showroom and see the lively functional pots and one off pieces. An opportunity to be creative. Throw your own pots on the wheel or model by hand. As much help as you …

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