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Places of Interest


Carew Castle is justly celebrated as one of the most magnificent castles of south Wales.

Set in a stunning location overlooking a 23-acre Millpond, the Castle is one of the most architecturally diverse in Wales.

Good value for money and great for the kids. They also have a cafe onsite too and have regular theme days where you can

dress up as knights


There is something other-worldly about Caldey Island, although the island lies only a little over half a mile south of the mainland of Pembrokeshire and two miles from Tenby. Caldey Island covers 540 acres much of which is productive agricultural land.

You can get the boat from Tenby beach that runs every 40 mins. They have a wonderful little cafe there as well as gift shop where you can purchse chocolate that is made ON the island by the Monks themselves. Pretty cool hey?


St David’s Cathedral is a beautiful place in beautiful surroundings.

Well worth a visit. We would suggest you keep the day free as it is easy to lose all track of time once inside. There is a cafe and a couple of gift shops too.

A stunning piece of history for the taking.


Located less than a mile off the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast, Skomer is truly a wonderful place to visit for the day or stay overnight.

The wildlife of Skomer and Skokholm is unique and incredibly special, but also very vulnerable.


A very special place in Pembrokeshire to experience a unique

setting and home to some of the most 

valued and endangered wildlife on our shores.

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Standing proudly within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park,

the scenic Preseli Hills are a wonderland for walkers and lovers

of wildlife, fauna and flora. 

Some of the most protected land in Wales, our unique geographical setting boasts both scenic and coastal routes,

and our visitors regularly cite The Preselis as being

the highlight of their stay.


Birthplace of Dylan Thomas

Residing over lying the estuary of the River Tâf,

Laugharne boasts a rich historical and cultural tapestry

well loved of Wales. 

"The sleepy, timeless town of Laugharne was not always the tranquil place it is today. This placid place, immortalised by its most celebrated inhabitant, the writer Dylan Thomas, has a far more turbulent past"

 - Visit Carmarthenshire

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(Lily Ponds)

A National Trust protected site of freshwater

walkways, Bosherston is special. 

Explore the dunes and pools of the Mere Pool

Valley behind Broadhaven beach

A must visit during your stay with us.

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