Activities & places to see

Ramsay island

The peace and quiet of the Pembrokeshire countryside surrounding our site provides the perfect setting for a relaxed and stress-free holiday. Pembrokeshire has got a lot to offer in terms of sight-seeing and if you are looking to venture further afield for a day trip there are scores of places to visit …from castles to beaches to art galleries to horse riding. If you are happy to simply kick-back and relax then provisions are available at the nearest shops in Fishguard, 10 mins away by car.

Pembrokeshire has much to satisfy a diverse range of tastes. There is far too much to list everything here but loads of information can be found at the Pembrokeshire Tourist Information Centres. Below are a few of our favorite things.

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

This is one of the most spectacular coastal walks in the country and one of the most dramatic sections is just a 30 minute walk from the site. With its national park and conservation areas, coastlines, offshore islands (teeming with puffins, razorbills, shearwaters, storm petrels and chough) and the Pembrokeshire hedges the area is a popular destination for nature lovers. There is brilliant bird watching on site with swallows, stone chats, linnets, whitethroats, wheatears and sometimes coughs. Foxgloves, pink campion, snowdrops, carpets of bluebells, gorse and heather are a few of the many flowers. These are also the hunting grounds for the buzzards and peregrine falcons and red kites that inhabit the area.

For supported walking experiences contact Tented Trails.

Seal and Whale Watching at Strumble Head Light House. September and October are the best months to see the pups, a nice early evening walk to the best seal watching beaches in the UK stopping to watch the sunset into the sea on the way back from Garn Fawr. You may even see some dolphins, porpoises, whales or basking sharks. Check the history behind Strumble Head Lighthouse at


Walk, cycle or drive to the beautiful pebble beaches of Aber Bach and Aber Mawr, take a BBQ, go for a swim, walk in the bluebell woods or fish for mackerel. Sandy beaches can be easily found a little further away, the beautiful beaches of Whitesands and Newgale are good for bathing, sand castles and surfing, coasteering, sea-kayaking.
Dragon Activity Guides, Mayberry Kayaking, Newsurf, Preseliventure and TYF are the best place to contact.

Dragon Activity



Explore the surrounding lanes, beaches and villages by following the national cycle routes or for off road fun visit the nearby Preseli Hills or Llys-y-Frân reservoir. You can check the Interactive Cycle routes on

Island Wildlife Visits. Take a boat trip to one of the many islands that surround the Pembrokeshire coast. Ramsey and Skomer Islands are great destinations to see an abundance of wildlife. You can book your boat trip at or

Eating and Drinking out

The surrounding area has a high number of very good restaurants and there are many cafes and old world pubs to enjoy. Here few of our favorites: next to the blue lagoon


Pembrokeshire has much more than its fair share of castles.

See where the Tudor dynasty was born in Pembroke, amble amongst the ruins of Carew castle and Manorbrier. Visit the unusual 13th century castle at Picton or see Cardigan Castle as featured on the BBC?s Restoration programme, St Davids Cathedral.

Marine Biology Lovers –

Local Stables for Pony and Horse trecking Pembrokeshire have several fantastic locations for Horse-riding, please check

Crafts and Galleries

Pembrokeshire has long been a haven for artists.

The large number of quality galleries and craft centres testifies to this. Visit some of the galleries and sculpture gardens, spend a day learning how to throw pots or bring your paints or camera and find out why so many artists have drifted to this part of the world.

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A few minutes drive away is Melin Tregwynt a traditional woollen mill with a great cafe and a gift shop, well worth a visit.

Theme park for childrens in Narbeth



Other great campsites and businesses around our area owned by friends of ours owned by Gary and Annie Loch and owned by Kevin

If you have a Moggy and need an MOT, book it in at Jack Pontiago’s while you’re here. Let us know and we’ll give you a lift.)

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