Stunning Local Area

Pembrokeshire is renowned for its beautiful National Trust Beaches and, of course, the Coastal Path, memorable in Spring with carpets of wild flowers and in Autumn when baby seals are on the rocks. National Geographic have rated the Pembrokeshire Coast as second best in the world Coastal Destinations Rated — Top Rated — National Geographic Traveler.

The expansive skies and starry nights can be spectacular.

There is golf at nearby Priskilly Forest, surfing at Newgale, local horse riding, indoor swimming at the Leisure Centre in Fishguard. The adventurous may enjoy coasteering and kayaking.

For those with interest in Neolithic remains, a Standing Stone and Cromlech can be reached by local footpaths, both dating from circa 3,000 BC. The Golden Road in the Preseli Hills is magical.

There is a historic Mill at Tregwynt, still making beautiful traditional woollen blankets and throws.

A little further afield, St. Davids and its Cathedral and Bishops Palace are well worth a visit.

Garnllys is an ideal spot for bird watching and those interested can take a day trip to the RSPB sanctuary of Ramsey Island and Skomer.

The Welsh Botanic Gardens make a good day out, as does the Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cardigan.

Children will be fascinated by the re-enactment of an Iron Age Fort and will be excited by a trip to the Adventure Park at Oakwood.