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Visiting Pembrokeshire

 

Visiting Pembrokeshire

Marloes Beach - Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Farm Stay Accommodation

Manorbier Castle - Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Farm Stay Accommodation

Kayaks and body boards on Pembrokeshire Beach

Porthgain Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Visiting Pembrokeshire will be one of the most interesting holidays you will take, and whether you're a visitor or a resident of Pembrokeshire, we want you to enjoy exploring our County.

The members of Pembrokeshire Farmstay offer quality farm bed and breakfast or farm self-catering accommodation and friendly hosts will help you plan your day for you to get the very best out of visiting Pembrokeshire.

Pembrokeshire, often known as ‘The Land of Enchantment’ offers visitors a host of activities - a paradise for the bird and wildlife enthusiasts, important for its rare habitats and species and our spectacular offshore islands of Grassholm; Ramsey; Skokholm; Skomer and Caldey each with their own special charms.

Along the 186 miles of the Pembrokeshire coastline masses of wild flowers flourish and a huge variety of bird and sea life can be seen, from puffins to peregrine falcons; grey seals, porpoises and dolphins.

Sandy beaches from Whitesands near St David’s to Amroth on the South Pembrokeshire’s coastline and Newgale and Broad Haven in the middle, provide good swimming and plenty of other activities as well, such as surfing, windsurfing, boating, abseiling, investigating rock pools, or just lazing on the beach in the sun. Some beaches are easy to reach and ideal for families, while others like Marloes Sands and Barafundle Bay are less accessible and offer peace and seclusion.

Pembrokeshire is steeped in History. Castles and Forts, Country Houses and Estates are plentiful with Pembroke Castle; Picton Castle; Manorbier Castle; Carew Castle and Scolton Manor being popular places to visit and offer great family days out.

There are many family attractions such as Oakwood Theme Park; Folly Farm; Manor House Wildlife park; Tenby dinosaur park; and bowling alleys, all of which  bring pleasure to children and parents alike. 

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is Britain's only coastal National park with 186 miles of coastal path waiting to be walked and offering views of rugged cliffs and secluded rocky coves.

Pembrokeshire Farm Stay accommodation providers look forward to welcoming you.

See also our page on Local Area.

 

 

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