Pembrokeshire is renowned as one of the best places in Europe for its outdoor and adventurous activities. Whether its climbing or kayaking, windsurfing or scuba diving, sailing or surfing, walking or riding, Pembrokeshire has it all. As an added bonus, the scenery is fantastic too!
Below are listed just some of the many ways you can enjoy yourself when staying at our guest house. On this page we list the places of interest that are on offer, and where the activities are based.
Pembrokeshire is one of the most popular destinations for walking holidays - not only for visitors from the UK - people from all over the world come to walk the Pembrokeshire Coast Path as it winds its way through magnificent bays, past sandy beaches and spectacular headlands. Pembrokeshire has the only coastal National Park in the UK and offers scenes of outstanding natural beauty.
Pembrokeshire has some of the best beaches in Britain. With over find over 50 beaches with crystal clear water and golden sands they have rightly earned Green Coast awards, Seaside awards or Blue Flags. Whether it's the calm and quiet of Barafundle, the hustle and bustle of Tenby or the surfing paradise of Freshwater West, there's a beach just right for you somewhere near us.
Surrounded by water on 3 sides, Pembrokeshire has a vast range of water based activities. Surfing, coasteering, windsurfing, sailing or kayaking along the Pembrokeshire coast or on the rivers is a must for any visitor. Pembrokeshire not only provide numerous marinas and harbours but there are also spectacular views of the coastline with its rugged cliffs and sandy beaches.
Many of the golf courses in Pembrokeshire golf courses are situated on coastal areas, so not only can you play a round of your favourite game, but you will also have the added bonus of some stunning and spectacular views. Whether your a learner or a professional, there's a golf course waiting for you in Pembrokeshire.
It doesn't matter if you are a novice or an experienced rider, there are many riding schools and stables in Pembrokeshire that you will easily find one to cater for you. Horses are an ideal way to explore the countryside and the many coastal and inland bridleways give you the opportunity to see so much.
Pembrokeshire has a host of attractions for the visitor, starting with the many historical sites to theme parks, places of outstanding natural beauty and some of the best beaches in Britain.
We could not possibly list all the attractions awaiting the visitor to Pembrokeshire, so we have compiled a list of what we believe to be the most interesting.
Idyllically set on the banks of the river estuary, this mighty fortress is largely intact, and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great fun to explore, plus there are super exhibitions, which tell the tale of its medieval life. Once the seat of a succession of major barons who played leading roles in shaping Britain's history,
Carew Castle is justly celebrated as one of the most most magnificent castles of South Wales. Its position is low-lying, but still prominent in the flat land around the tidal reaches of the Carew river. The Castle stands at the end of a ridge at a strategically excellent site commanding a crossing point of the then-still navigable river.