Pembrokeshire Farm B and B http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk Quality Holiday Accommodation in Pembrokeshire, Wales Mon, 09 Jul 2018 10:01:53 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.7 Moving Back to your Childhood Home http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/07/moving-back-to-your-childhood-home/ http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/07/moving-back-to-your-childhood-home/#respond Mon, 09 Jul 2018 10:01:53 +0000 http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/?p=1592 A piece on Pembrokeshire Farm B&B in Saturday’s Daily Telegraph …

…. Even for those who routinely view hundreds of properties for a living nothing can replace the affection held for a happy childhood home.

“It has always been my dream home and I could never find anywhere that would match up to it”, says Carol Peett from buying agency, West Wales Property Finders, of the historic Pembrokeshire long house that she grew up in. She moved back in six years ago with her husband Rayner, after her parents passed away. She has replicated many of the joys she remembers from her childhood there, with tea in the garden and an assortment of dogs, cats, donkeys and ducks. She also runs it as a (Sawday’s) bed and breakfast http://www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk.

“It was very strange to be here without my parents when we first moved in”, she says. “I would walk into the drawing room and expect my mother and father to be sitting in their chairs by the fire. My mother was an amazing gardener, so I was terrified of doing anything to it in case I spoilt it at first. But once we renovated the house, it become ours rather than theirs, and all the overriding happy memories took over”….

Moving Back into a Childhood Home – The Daily Telegraph – Saturday, 7th July 2018 https://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/buy/like-raising-kids-grew-meet-people-buying-back-childhood-home/

If you are coming to Pembrokeshire and looking for a luxurious yet informal place to stay where you feel as though you are staying with friends in the country rather than at a commercial bed and breakfast, then give us a call at Pembrokeshire Farm B&B on 01834 860338.  We have superb reviews and specialise in homemade, homegrown and local produce.  With prior notice, we are happy to cater for gluten free, dairy free or vegetarian diets.

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Places to Eat Whilst Staying at Pembrokeshire Farm B&B http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/06/places-to-eat-whilst-staying-at-pembrokeshire-farm-bb/ http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/06/places-to-eat-whilst-staying-at-pembrokeshire-farm-bb/#respond Tue, 26 Jun 2018 10:32:10 +0000 http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/?p=1571

Coast at Coppet Hall

These are a few of Pembrokeshire Farm B&B’s recommendations of places to eat in Pembrokeshire:

Top End    
The Grove, Narberth 01834 860915 www.thegrove-narberth.co.uk
Coast, Saundersfoot 01834 810800 www.coastsaundersfoot.co.uk
The Salt Cellar, Tenby 01834 844005 www.thesaltcellartenby.co.uk
Slebech Park 01437 752000 www.slebech.co.uk/restaurant
Blas at Twr y Felin, St Davids 01437 725555 www.twryfelinhotel.com/dining
     
Nearest    
Peppercorn, Narberth 01834861778 www.the-peppercorn.co.uk
Top Joes Pizza 01834 218380 http://www.topjoes.co.uk
Bistro No 13 01834 869944
The Bush Llandissilio 01437 563040  
 

Other Recommendations

   
Mulberry, Saundersfoot 01834 811313 www.mulberry-restaurant.co.uk
The Stone Crab, Saundersfoot 01834 813721 www.stonecrab.co.uk
Penally Abbey, Nr Tenby 01834 843033 www.penally-abbey.com
Stackpole Inn, Stackpole 01646 672324 www.stackpoleinn.co.uk
Cwtch, St Davids 01437 720491 www.cwtchrestaurant.co.uk
The Shed,Porthgain 01348  831518 www.theshedporthgain.co.uk
Llys Meddyg, Newport 01239 820008 www.llysmeddyg.com
The Bar, Neyland Marina 01646 602550 www.thebar-restaurant.co.uk
St Brides Hotel & Spa 01834 812304 www.stbridesspahotel.com/food
Y Polyn 01267 290000 www.ypolyn.co.uk
The Dragon Palace, Pentlepoir 01834 812483  
St Davids Kitchen 01437 72009 http://stdavidskitchen.co.uk
Beachside Barbecue, Saundersfoot 01834 811873 stbridesspahotel.com/dine/beachside-barbecue
The Griffin Inn, Dale 01646 636227 www.griffininndale.co.uk
Jabajak, Whitland 01994 448786 www.Jabajak.co.uk
The Carew Inn, Carew 01646 651267  www.carewinn.co.uk
 

Lunch

   
PlumVanilla, Narberth   www.plumvanilla.com
Ultracomida, Narberth   www.ultracomida.co.uk
Stackpole Inn, Stackpole 01646 672324 www.stackpoleinn.co.uk
Picton Castle, Slebech   www.pictoncastle.co.uk
The Quayside, Lawrenny   www.quaysidelawrenny.co.uk
Tafarn Sinc   www.tafarnsinc.co.uk
Wavecrest Café, Angle   www.wavecrestangle.co.uk
Café Mor, Freshwater West   www.cafemor.co.uk
Boathouse, Stackpole Quay    
The Refectory, St David’s Cathedral   www.stdavidscathedral.org.uk
Thirty Five on the Harbour, Solva    

 

If you would like to visit Wales and are looking for a friendly and informal yet luxurious bed and breakfast in Pembrokeshire, come and stay with us at Pembrokeshire Farm B & B.  Our historic, traditional Pembrokeshire longhouse is set in 25 acres of farmland and our peaceful garden is the ideal place to relax with a cup of tea and slice of homemade cake whilst listening to the birdsong after a long day on one of Pembrokeshire’s gorgeous sandy beaches, walking the stunning coast path, exploring the castles or visiting one of the islands to spot dolphins, seals, puffins and even whales.

http://www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk

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Perfect Days out Whilst Staying at Pembrokeshire Farm B&B http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/06/perfect-days-out/ http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/06/perfect-days-out/#respond Wed, 20 Jun 2018 11:44:18 +0000 http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/?p=1567

See the puffins on Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire

Here are our recommendations of things to do and see whilst staying at Pembrokeshire Farm B&B:

Drive to Stackpole Quay and walk over the cliffs to the glorious Barafundle Bay, frequently named as one of the top 10 beaches in the world. From there continue on to Broadhaven South beach and walk round the beautiful Bosherston lily ponds keeping a keen eye out for otters. Explore the Stackpole estate and then back to Stackpole Quay for lunch at the Boathouse Tearoom. In the afternoon visit the incredible 6th century hermit’s chapel, St Govans, set into the cliff face and then enjoy a cup of tea at Ye Olde Worlde Café, which opened in the 1920s. Enjoy a drink or dinner at The Stackpole Arms on your way back to Pembrokeshire Farm B & B at Caermaenau Fawr.

Visit Pembroke Castle and explore the birth place of Henry VII. Climb the 75 foot high Great Keep and enjoy the views, or clamber down into the dark depths of Wogan’s Cave. Drive on to Freshwater West beach, the location for the shell house and Dobie’s grave in the film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and the battle scenes in Robin Hood, starring Russell Crowe. Enjoy a lobster roll with Pembrokeshire caviar from the Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company’s kiosk in the car park before enjoying an afternoon’s surfing, swimming or kite flying on the beach. A cup of tea or ice cream at The Wavecrest Café at West Angle Bay or a drink at The Point House, Angle tops off the day before returning to Pembrokeshire Farm B & B.

A visit to the beautiful pastel coloured Georgian town of Tenby is a must for those visiting Pembrokeshire. Explore the cobbled streets, enjoy the three fabulous beaches (Harbour beach was crowned Best Beach in Europe in 2014) or take a boat from the harbour to the tranquil island of Caldey and visit the monastery and glorious beaches there. From Tenby follow the coast road east to Saundersfoot and catch a boat from the harbour for a spot of mackerel fishing before walking along the beach to Coppet Hall and enjoying a drink or meal at the fabulous Coast restaurant overlooking the sea. Alternatively try the delicious fresh fish served up at The Mulberry restaurant or The Stone Crab on the harbour in Saundersfoot before returning to Caermaenau Fawr.

Head North West to St Davids, the smallest city in the UK, to the magnificent cathedral and Bishops’ Palace. Take in the Oriel y Parc gallery and then head down to the pretty Porthclais harbour and enjoy a walk along the coast path to Whitesands Bay. Alternatively take a boat from  St Justinians  around Ramsey Island with Voyages of Discovery for dolphin and seal spotting or you may even be fortunate enough to see whales and sun fish. On the way back to Pembrokeshire Farm B and B stop off in the little harbour village of Solva and enjoy some fresh lobster, crab or mussels at Thirtyfive Café on the harbour.

Go West to the village of Marloes and, at low tide only, explore the wonderful expanse of Marloes beach, location for the films Snow White & the Huntsman and Lion in Winter. Alternatively go through Marloes to Martins Haven and take the 15 minute boat ride to Skomer island. At the end of April/beginning of May the island is covered in a blanket of bluebells and campions and the heavenly fragrance hangs in the air. From April until mid Summer the island is full of puffins and this is a bird watchers paradise with guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes in abundance. Seals can be seen all year round but the end of August is the breeding season when gorgeous pups to be seen around the island and, from the coast path, on the storm beaches around Martins Haven.

Head to Manorbier and look round Manorbier castle, birthplace of Gerald of Wales. Enjoy a coffee and home made cake in the coffee shop and then head down to the beach for a spot of surfing. Walk west along the coast path to the stunning beach at Skrinkle with the magnificent rock formation known locally as Church Doors, or east to the beach at Swan Lake and, at low tide, try a spot of prawning in the rock pools.

Drive North to the Preseli mountains and walk through the unspoilt coutryside, speckled with wild ponies and sheep, enjoying spectacular views out over the coast to Ireland and south to Devon. Drive on to the Gwaun Valley for a drink at “Bessies” (the Dyffryn Arms at Pontfaen) a completely unspoilt, one room pub where Bessie, in her 90s, holds court by the fire and beer is served from a jug through a hatch in the wall; a true experience of Pembrokeshire. Visit Pentre Ifan, a burial chamber or megalithic cromlech and then drive on down to the pretty village of Newport for a walk along the Parrog. Enjoy a sumptious meal at Llys Meddyg in Newport before returning to Caermaenau Fawr.

Today visit Carmarthenshire. Firstly take a trip to The National Botanic Gardens of Wales at Llanarthne, approximately a 40 minute drive to the east, and then visit the stunning Aberglasney House which boosts one of the finest gardens in Wales. Enjoy lunch in the tearoom before returning west to Laugharne, home of Dylan Thomas and about which he wrote his most famous play for voices, Under Milk Wood. Visit his Boat Shed writing room and walk along the beautiful estuary overlooked by Laugharne Castle.    In the evening enjoy a sumptuous dinner at the wonderful The Grove, Narberth.

Take a walk along the beautiful Western Cleddau. Take in lunch at The Quayside, Lawrenny and a drink at the totally unspoilt Creselly Arms at Cresswell Quay.  Drive to Picton Castle and enjoy a leisurely stroll around the beautiful gardens and tea at Maria’s fabulous Courtyard Café.

Head north and enjoy the gorgeous walk from Pwllgwaelod to Cwm-yr-Eglwys, a picturesque cove with ruined church by the beach to the north of Dinas Island. Enjoy a drink at The Old Sailor’s at Pwllgwaelod and then drive south along the coast to the little harbour of Porthgain for lunch at The Shed. Walk along the coast from Porthgainto the little beach at Abereiddy past the beautiful Blue Lagoon, venue in 2012, 2013 and, once again, in 2016 for the Red Bull Cliff Diving Championships.

If you are wishing to visit Pembrokeshire and experience these, do come and stay with us at Pembrokeshire Farm B and B.  We are a very informal, farmhouse bed and breakfast where we like our guests to make themselves at home, enjoy a cup of tea and slice of homemade cake sitting in the garden, stroll around the fields and generally feel as though they are staying with friends in the country. Call us on 01834 860338, email us at info@pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk or check us out onwww.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk.  We feature in Sawday’s Special Places to Stay and have superb reviews on Tripadviser.

 

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Forecasters Predict Hottest Summer for 12 Years with 3 Months of Sunshine http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/06/forecasters-predict-hottest-summer-for-12-years/ http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/06/forecasters-predict-hottest-summer-for-12-years/#respond Thu, 14 Jun 2018 09:22:26 +0000 http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/?p=1563

Enjoy the glorious beaches of Pembrokeshire

Forecasters are backing Wales to bask in sunshine this summer.

The Met Office say they are expecting “above average” temperatures for June, July and August.  If true, the next three months could ensure the UK’s hottest summer in 12 years with sizzling temperatures reaching the highs of 33C.

This summer is already set to be the hottest since 2006 as long as June to August has an average UK temperature at least 0.87C above the 14.3C summer average, Met Office records show.

Weather Outlook forecaster Brian Gaze said: “The warmest summer since 2006 is a possibility, after recent years saw a series of disappointing summers.

Leon Brown, head of meteorological operations at The Weather Channel, owned by The Weather Company, said: “33C is expected by early July as heat from high pressure over Britain builds.”

Bookmakers Ladbrokes cut odds on this summer being the hottest on record to the shortest ever offered – just 5/2.

Leon Brown, head of meteorological operations at The Weather Channel, owned by The Weather Company, said: “33C is expected by early July as heat from high pressure over Britain builds.”

Bookmakers Ladbrokes cut odds on this summer being the hottest on record to the shortest ever offered – just 5/2.

“The coldest of our five categories is around 5%. The likelihood of above-average temperatures is greater than usual”.

The Met Office long-range prediction system shows a slightly increased chance of high-pressure patterns across the UK.

If you wish to take advantage of the wonderful Summer and enjoy the glorious beaches, wildlife, walking, castles etc. in Pembrokeshire, then do come and stay at Pembrokeshire Farm B&B.  We are an informal, yet luxurious Bed and Breakfast and have been inspected and selected by Sawday’s Special Places to Stay; have superb reviews and are holders of the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence, amongst other awards.  We specialise in homemade, homegrown and local produce and, with prior notice, are happy to cater gluten-free, dairy free or vegetarian. Do give Rayner and Carol a call on 01834 860338. http://www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk

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“Britannia” Being Filmed on Pembrokeshire Beach http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/05/britannia-being-filmed-on-pembrokeshire-beach/ http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/05/britannia-being-filmed-on-pembrokeshire-beach/#respond Tue, 22 May 2018 10:40:12 +0000 http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/?p=1558

Film sets on a Pembrokeshire Beach

Scenes from ancient Britain are being filmed on Broadhaven South beach in Pembrokeshire this week.  A set of Roman Britain has been built on the beach for the second series of the historical drama, Britannia, an historical drama co-produced by Sky and Amazon Prime Video. http://www.westerntelegraph.co.uk/news/16238096.Filming_for_the_second_series_of_Sky__39_s_Britannia_is_taking_place_in_Pembrokeshire/

Pembrokeshire and its neighbouring counties of Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion are frequently used for filming with the recent tv drama “Keeping Faith” being filmed at Laugharne and Carmarthen, the new Jurassic World 2 film taking place on Penbryn beach – which also doubled as North Korea in the James Bond film, “Die Another Day”- and numerous films and television programmes being shot in Pembrokeshire.  These include “Me Before You”, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”;  the Shell House and Dobie’s grave were filmed at Freshwater West beach as was “Robin Hood” staring Russell Crowe, “Snow White & the Huntsman” and many more.

If you would like to visit Pembrokeshire and are looking for a luxurious but informal farmhouse B&B, give us a call on 01834 860338.  We have superb reviews and specialise in homemade, homegrown and local produce – with prior notice we are happy to cater for special dietary requirements. http://www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk

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Pembrokeshire Voted Holiday Destination of the Year 2018 http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/03/pembrokeshire-voted-holiday-destination-of-the-year-2018/ http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/03/pembrokeshire-voted-holiday-destination-of-the-year-2018/#respond Fri, 16 Mar 2018 09:41:34 +0000 http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/?p=1553

Strumble Head, Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire has been voted Holiday Destination of the Year in the BBC’s Countryfile Magazine Awards 2018.

Almost 180,000 votes were cast by nearly 30,000 people, representing the biggest response the magazine has ever had, with Pembrokeshire coming out the clear winner in the category.  Runner up was the Isle of Wight.

With a wealth of natural attractions it’s no wonder that the wild coastline of Pembrokeshire has romped home with this year’s top spot. It’s a haven for marine life, with dolphins and porpoises often seen from Strumble Head, whale watching boat trips off the coast, and plentiful puffins and seals at Skomer.

Surrounded by the sea on three sides, no part of Pembrokeshire is more than 14 miles from the coast and locals claim to have salt water in their veins. Bask on the wide sandy beaches, trek the 186 mile-long Coast Path, and don’t forget to stop in at St David’s, the smallest city in Britain.

Judge Miranda Krestovnikoff says: “Pembrokeshire has a really special place in my heart as it’s where I had my first ever scuba dive.

“Living in the South West, it’s a firm family favourite of ours, we love that the beaches are less crowded than Devon and Cornwall but the wildlife is no less spectacular with choughs, puffins and cetaceans to see offshore. The coastal path is a joy to walk and there are so many great places to eat local and seasonal produce. A worthy winner!”

If you would like to visit Pembrokeshire and are looking for a luxurious, yet relaxed, place to stay where you feel as though you are staying with friends in the country rather than at a commercial bed and breakfast, look no further than Pembrokeshire Farm B&B near Narberth.  It is centrally located to visit all that Pembrokeshire has to offer and has been inspected and selected by Sawday’s Special Places to Stay.  We have superb reviews and specialise in homemade, home grown and top quality Pembrokeshire produce and, with prior notice, are happy to cater for gluten-free, dairy free or vegetarian diets.  Do give us a call on 01834 860338. http://www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk

 

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Another Certificate of Excellence for Pembrokeshire Farm B&B http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/03/another-certificate-of-excellence-for-pembrokeshire-farm-bb/ http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/03/another-certificate-of-excellence-for-pembrokeshire-farm-bb/#respond Wed, 14 Mar 2018 12:45:25 +0000 http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/?p=1550

Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence awarded to Pembrokeshire Farm B&B for 4th year running

Pembrokeshire Farm B&B at Caermaenau Fawr, a small, luxury B&B near Narberth, has won another accolade to add to its ever growing list of awards.

The bed and breakfast, which opened in 2014, has been awarded the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence for the fourth year running.

The B&B has been inspected and selected by Sawday’s Special Places to Stay and has been the recipient of other prestige awards including the Booking.com 10/10 Award of Excellence for all three years it was a member and the Gohotels Outstanding Service Award.

Carol Peett, who owns the B&B with her husband, Rayner, said: “We are over the moon to win this important award for the fourth year running as it reflects the consistently superb reviews we receive from our guests on Tripadvisor. We are only a small, two room B&B and the wonderful guest feedback, reinforced by the fact that we are getting more and more repeat business, makes all our hard work worthwhile”.

“At Pembrokeshire Farm B&B we specialise in homemade, home grown and top quality Pembrokeshire produce and love to showcase all that Pembrokeshire has to offer to guests from all around the world. Recent guests here have come from the USA, Canada, Holland, Italy, France as well as the UK and we are proud to have had one of Wales’s biggest rugby stars staying here. Attention to detail and customer satisfaction are key here and we are happy to cater for guest’s special dietary requirements and like them to feel totally at home; as though they are staying with friends in the country rather than at a commercial B&B. Guests are welcome to relax in the garden with a cup of tea and some homemade cake in Summer or, in Winter, curl up with a book in front of a roaring log fire. It is that ”home from home” ethos, together with the freshly baked soda bread and cakes, homemade preserves and honey from our own bees that is much remarked upon in our guests’ reviews. Another draw are our three donkeys who play the starring role in many of our guests’ holiday photographs”.

Caermaenau Fawr was Carol’s childhood home which she inherited along with the three donkeys from her parents, Richard and Felicity Lewis, in 2012.
If you are coming to Pembrokeshire on holiday or for a weekend away or short break, do give Pembrokeshire Farm B&B a call on 01834 860338. http://www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk

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Pembrokeshire Farm B&Bs’ Favourite Gluten & Dairy Free Recipes http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/02/pembrokeshire-farm-bbs-favourite-gluten-dairy-free-recipes/ http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/02/pembrokeshire-farm-bbs-favourite-gluten-dairy-free-recipes/#respond Tue, 27 Feb 2018 14:34:12 +0000 http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/?p=1544

Clementine cake

We have received a request from one of our recent guests with a gluten and dairy intolerance to share our recipes for some of her favourite things she enjoyed whilst staying here. Of course we are happy to oblige so here are our receipes for a gluten and dairy free cake and loaf of bread.

Clementine Cake
3 medium clementines
6 large eggs
225 gs castor sugar
250g ground almonds
1 tsp gluten free baking powder

Place the clementines in cold water to cover them, bring to the boil and then simmer for 2 hours. Drain, cool, cut in half and remove pips. Blitz them in a food processor.
Grease (using Pure sunflower spread) and double line an 8” tin.
Beat eggs, sugar, almonds and baking powder together and then beat in blitzed clementines. Bake for 1 hour in medium oven – check half waay through and cover with foil or greaseproof paper if top is beginning to catch.

Gluten & Dairy Free Bread
210 ml warm water
2 tsp dried yeast
3 tblsp sunflower oil
1 tblsp cidar vinegar
1 egg & 1 egg white
280 g gluten free bread flour
2 tsp xanthum gum
Half tsp salt

Dissolve yeast in warm water. Let it stand until creamy (approx 10 minutes)
Add oil, vinegar, egg and egg white to yeast.
Place flour, gum and salt in a stand mixer with paddle blade on. Stir on low speed and gradually add the liquid. Once all added, turn up to medium speed and mix until smooth.
Grease a 900g loaf tin (21cmx11cm) with Pure. Pour in mixture and smoth the top. Cover with a clean tea towel and place in a warm place to rise (airing cupboard or by the Aga) for one hour. Once it has doubled in size bake for 45 minutes.
Remove from tin onto a cooking rack and cover with a clean tea towel until cool.

If you enjoy good, homemade food and are looking for a relaxed yet luxurious B&B in Pembrokeshire where you are made to feel as though you are staying with friends in the country rather than at a commercial premises, give Pembrokeshire Farm B&B near Narberth a call on 01834 860338. We are centrally located to explore everything Pembrokeshire has to offer, have superb reviews from our guests and have been inspected by, and included in, Sawday’s Special Places to Stay

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Barafundle Bay, Pembrokeshire – One of Britain’s Best Beaches http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/02/barafundle-bay-pembrokeshire-one-of-britains-best-beaches/ http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/02/barafundle-bay-pembrokeshire-one-of-britains-best-beaches/#respond Sat, 24 Feb 2018 17:20:35 +0000 http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/?p=1542

Barafundle, Pembrokeshire – voted one of the best beaches in Britain

Barafundle Bay in Pembrokeshire is amongst the UK top 10 of the Travellers’ Choice Awards for Beaches – announced by TripAdvisor. It is one of 3 Welsh beaches named in the Top 10.

The remote, white sand, beach which is accessed by following the coast path for half a mile across the cliffs from Stackpole Quay is no stranger to awards, however. Last year it was included in a list of the top 25 beaches across the globe, beating Sydney’s Bondi and the iconic Copacabana in Rio, by Passport Magazine – an online magazine which covers travel, culture, style and adventure.

Barafundle has also been voted the best place in the UK to have a picnic numerous times; winning the overall award for the UK in National Picnic Week in 2014 as well as, amongst others, awards from Visit Britain, Country Life Magazine and Conde Naste Traveller.

If you would like to visit Barafundle Bay and the numerous other superb beaches in Pembrokeshire and are looking for a luxurious yet relaxed farmhouse B&B in which to stay, then look no further than Pembrokeshire Farm B&B, near Narberth. We have exceptional reviews from our guests and have been inspected and selected by Sawday’s Special Places to Stay so do give us a call on 01834 860338.

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g1022657-d6456825-Reviews-Pembrokeshire_Farm_B_B-Narberth_Pembrokeshire_Wales.html

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Great Places to Eat in Pembrokeshire That Don’t Cost a Mint http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/02/great-places-to-eat-in-pembrokeshire-that-dont-cost-a-mint/ http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/2018/02/great-places-to-eat-in-pembrokeshire-that-dont-cost-a-mint/#respond Mon, 19 Feb 2018 11:47:51 +0000 http://pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk/?p=1536

There are wonderful restaurants, pubs & cafes around Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire has become a top foodie destination with superb top end restaurants such as The Grove, Narberth where you can sample the delights of top chef, Allister Barsby and Coast with chef Thomas Hine in the kitchen. However, there are also numerous pubs and cafes around Pembrokeshire serving delicious food for all budgets such as The Shed, Porthgain, The Courtyard Restaurant at Picton Castle and Plum Vanilla and Ultracomida in Narberth.

If you are looking for a luxurious yet relaxed farmhouse B&B which is centrally located to explore all that Pembrokeshire has to offer, then look no further than Pembrokeshire Farm B&B, near Narberth.  We have exceptional reviews from our guests and have been inspected and selected by Sawday’s Special Places to Stay so give us a call on 01834 860338.

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2012/jul/11/pembrokeshire-top-10-budget-restaurants

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