Pembrokeshire has a pinch of everything that makes Wales unique. Here you’ll find vast, lonely beaches, tucked-away coves looking out across stormy seas, and hedgerowed lanes swinging to one-pub hamlets and ridiculously pretty harbour towns. Reaching inland, heathery moors and hills are sprinkled with medieval castles, Iron Age hill forts and standing stones.
St Davids, birthplace of Wales’ patron saint, makes a terrific base for striking out. And when you tire of the road or trudging along coastal paths, you can ramp up the adventure coasteering and kayaking around wild headlands, or seeing how many puffins, seals and dolphins you can spot on thrillingly remote islands.
If you are coming to Pembrokeshire and looking for a luxurious yet informal, peaceful and relaxing place to stay, look no further than Pembrokeshire Farm B&B near Narberth. We are centrally located to visit all of Pembrokeshire’s attractions, have superb reviews and specialise in top quality homemade, homegrown and local produce. We have been inspected and selected by Alastair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay so do give us a call on 01834 860338 http://www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk