Pembrokeshire Council is to lead the way in the UK and ban smoking on all Pembrokeshire’s glorious beaches. Pembrokeshire has more Blue Flag beaches than anywhere else in Britain. Barafundle Bay, owned by the National Trust as part of the Stackpole Estate and holder of many … [Read more...] about Barafundle Bay to Lead the Way
Coast Restaurant, on the beach at Coppet Hall, Saundersfoot in Pembrokeshire, has been named one of the top five seafood restaurants in the UK by Conde Naste magazine. For a restaurant which has been open for just one year to win such an accolade is immense. The restaurant … [Read more...] about Coast Named as One of the Top Five Seafood Restaurants in UK
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!
The Countryside Alliance Awards, known as “The Rural Oscars” took place at the Welsh Assembly in April and, to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Awards, a special “Champion of Champions” event was held. The winners were voted for in a public vote with over 6,000 votes being … [Read more...] about Narberth Butcher Wins Champion of Champions’ Award
With recent reports stating that organic produce has now been proved definitely to be better for you after all, our ethos here at Pembrokeshire Farm B & B is to serve homemade, home grown organic or locally sourced produce only, whenever possible. This has proved extremely … [Read more...] about Homemade, Home Grown or Local Only