With over 186 miles of public footpaths, and bridleways, walking is an ideal way to discover the delights of Pembrokeshire whether walking in the hills or along the coastal path.
There is a wealth of activities on offer in the area ranging from horse riding, fishing, cycling, and island boat trips to adventurous water sports like kayaking, coasteering and surfing.
For those with an interest in history and times gone by visits to St Davids and the castles of Pembrokeshire are a must. Take a look at the National Trust website for some more ideas of gardens and properties to visit.
There are over 50 award winning Pembrokeshire beaches to choose from. Whether you are looking for a secluded cove, miles of golden sands or a rock pooling haven there will be a beach for you in Pembrokeshire, the closest beach being only 8 miles away at Newport.
Fun days out for all the family can be enjoyed at many places. To name a few … Shire Horse Farm, Castell Henlys Iron Age Fort, Welsh Zoo, Folly Farm, Heatherton Word of Activities, Bluestone Pool and Oakwood Theme Park.
For an evening out try the cinema and theatres in Cardigan, Fishguard and Milford Haven. Good food can be found at Tafarn Sync in Rosebush or try nearby Newport for a variety of places to eat. For cheese lovers visit Pant Mawr in Rosebush to sample and purchase their award winning local cheeses.
John & Sue Toogood,
The Old Coach House,
Tel: 44 (0)1437 532495