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 … [Read more...] about The best things to do in Pembrokeshire
Pembrokeshire is renowned for its superb sandy beaches, wonderful coast path and fascinating wildlife but less well known is the beauty of the Preseli mountains (they are very insulted to be referred to as hills as in this article in The Times!) From the top on a clear day … [Read more...] about Walk in the Preseli Mountains
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 … [Read more...] about “Britannia” Being Filmed on Pembrokeshire Beach
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 … [Read more...] about Barafundle Bay, Pembrokeshire – One of Britain’s Best Beaches
A major new tv series is being filmed at Carew Castle, Pembrokeshire. The Sky 1 production of “Discovery of Witches”, an adaption of the best selling novel by Deborah Harkness, is a contemporary love story set against the backdrop of Oxford academia but in a world where … [Read more...] about Witches at Carew Castle!
Their Finest is a poignant wartime drama in which Catrin Cole (Gemma Arterton) and Tom Buckley (Sam Claflin) set out to make a morale-boosting film about Dunkirk whilst navigating the Blitz, limited resources and the ego of their not-quite leading man, Ambrose Hilliard (Bill … [Read more...] about Follow in the footsteps of Gemma Arterton in Their Finest
Pembrokeshire is to star once more on the silver screen. The latest film to have been shot in Pembrokeshire is “Their Finest”, due to be released on 21st April. Set in 1940’s Britain, it tells the story of film makers making a patriotic film about Dunkirk to boost British … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire to Star on the Silver Screen
A film shot partly in Pembrokeshire is to feature in this year’s London Film Festival. “Their Finest”, directed by Danish filmmaker Lone Scherfig (An Education, The Riot Club) is a period romantic comedy about a group of filmmakers struggling to make an inspirational film to … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire to Star at The London Film Festival 2016