Around us

On our links page we have provided links to what we believe are many of the best beaches, venues, activities, eateries, things to do and places to visit, both near us and throughout Pembrokeshire. We hope that you'll find the links a valuable resource in planning your stay. Pembrokeshire is full of hidden gems just waiting to be discovered, come and stay with us and start your adventure.


World famous for its beaches, cliffs, islands and wildlife, the crinkled coast around Pembrokeshire offers endless opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.

Rated by National Geographic magazine experts as the second best coastline in the World. With 186 miles of magnificent and varied coastline and over 50 beaches, there’s plenty of space for everyone. Choose between lively Tenby and Saundersfoot or peaceful St Davids and Newport. Perfect for outdoor activities or just relaxing

Discover award winning pubs, spectacular roads and plenty of space for adventure.

Newport, the quiet hero of Pembrokeshire.

The costal village of Newport Pembrokeshire is only a short drive away, one of the most desirable holiday haunts in Wales, attracting a happy mix of hipsters, Home Counties families and royalty. Jude Rogers explores what to see and do in this seemingly sleepy coastal village.

The Preseli Mountains - Wild moorland with an ancient history

The Preseli Mountains, or Preseli Hills, whichever you prefer, rise out of the landscape to 536m in the northern half of Pembrokeshire and are in complete contrast to the relative lowlands of the south.
The landscape is wild moorland, heath and grassland and is home to a wide range of plants and invertebrates some of them quite rare.
The hills are the ideal location for some great walking away from the coastline. For the best views in Pembrokeshire, pull on your sturdy shoes and take the short walk to Foel Eryr where the 360-degree panorama leads the eye across the sea to Ireland and Snowdonia, if it’s a clear day.

‘’The Preseli hills are not high – just 536 metres at their highest point – but they make up for lack of stature in austere drama.’’
Kevin Rushby, in The Guardian

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