Since the 1920s it has been acknowledged that the bluestones of Stonehenge originated in the Preseli Mountains of Pembrokeshire but from exactly where, and how they got to Stonehenge, has remained a mystery. Now, however, geologists have identified two quarries; Carn Goedog … [Read more...] about Stonehenge in Pembrokeshire!
Leave the winter blues behind and come and enjoy a relaxing, stress releasing break here at Pembrokeshire Farm B&B. Enjoy long walks on the deserted beaches, then come and relax with tea and home made cakes in front of a roaring log fire or join us for a hosted 3 course … [Read more...] about Enjoy a Winter Escape
Taking a walk by the coast will not only ensure you get an extra 47 minutes of quality sleep but also provide you with feelings of calm, happiness and escapism, according to a survey carried out as part of The National Trust’s Great British Walk Campaign. Walking by the sea … [Read more...] about A Holiday that is good for you!
The Pembrokeshire County Show, to be held on Tuesday, 18th – Thursday, 20th August inclusive, is one of the largest agricultural county shows in Wales, welcoming nearly 100,000 people to the showground each year. The show attracts competitors from throughout the UK in classes … [Read more...] about Wales Largest County Show
With four glorious sandy beaches, wonderful cobbled streets and grand pastel coloured Georgian houses standing proudly on the cliffs, Tenby is one of the jewels in Pembrokeshire’s crown. Its castle beach has been awarded the title of best beach in Europe and now the resort has … [Read more...] about Tenby Named Top European Destination 2015
Skomer Island and Marloes Sands are included in travel guide The Lonely Planet's Best in Europe 2015 list. The guide said Skomer's marine nature reserve and 500,000-strong bird population were among its draws. It also recommended visiting Marloes Sands - "a mile-long sweep … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire in Lonely Planet’s Top 10 Places to Visit
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
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has been shortlisted for the 2014/15 Countryfile Magazine Awards for the National Park of the Year. The Park is Britain’s only true coastal National Park, covering 240 square miles of spectacular landscape. From soft sandy beaches such as … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire Shortlisted in Two Categories for Countryfile Magazine Awards