St Catherine’s Island Fort, a Victorian fort off the Pembrokeshire Coast at Tenby, will at last reopen to the public after 36 years. The fort is a grade II listed building and a scheduled ancient monument which was a marine fort from 1868-1870 built to protect Milford Haven. … [Read more...] about St Catherine’s Island to Open to the Public
In 2011 the Pembrokeshire Coast Path was named one of he greatest hiking trails in the world by National Geographic and in 2012 National Geographic’s Traveller magazine labeled it the second best coastal area in the world. Now, in 2015, the Pembrokeshire National Park has gained … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire – One of the 5 Best National Parks on the Planet
Pembrokeshire’s beaches have scored highly once more with 12 of its beaches being awarded the prized Blue Flag status for 2015 and a further 11 being granted the coveted Green Coast Award. Blue Flag criteria include the highest standard of water quality, environmental … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire’s Award Winning Beaches
This Bank Holiday weekend sees the return, after a year’s absence, of the much loved “Really Wild Food & Countryside Festival” in St Davids. Having outgrown its previous home in St Davids Bishop’s Palace, this year’s event will take place on the 250 acre National Trust … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire Goes Wild!
A tiny Narberth bistro, opened five years ago by two sisters, has won the prestigious “Café Bistro of the Year Award for West Wales” at the Food Awards Wales. PlumVanilla owners, Plum and Vanilla Harrison, were presented with the award at a ceremony in Cardiff. They beat off … [Read more...] about Narberth Cafe Wins Bistro of the Year Award
Film crews are set to roll into Pembrokeshire in May with Hollywood coming to the county once more. Best selling novel “Me Before You” by author Jojo Moyes will be filming in Pembroke for 5 days between May 15th and May 20th. The films will tell the story of a small town girl … [Read more...] about Hollywood Comes to Town