In 2011 a street in Tenby was officially named as the second sunniest spot in the UK according to official met office data, beating Devon and Cornwall into third and fifth spots. Earlier this year The Norton in Tenby was named as one of Britain’s smartest streets. Now Tenby … [Read more...] about Tenby Tops the Bill
The pretty harbour village of Solva in Pembrokeshire has been confirmed as the location for a new film of Dylan Thomas’s best known play for voices, Under Milk Wood. Filming will table place for approximately 6 weeks this Summer; starting on June 23rd. The film will star … [Read more...] about Star on the Silvery Screen
When Pembrokeshire is basking in sunshine (which is a great deal of the time), there are countless things to do from walking, sailing, golf, riding, wildlife watching, exploring the islands or the Preseli mountains to painting or just lying on the beach and chilling but what if … [Read more...] about Whatever the Weather
Wales has always been known as a musical nation and Pembrokeshire is going all out to prove this over the May Bank Holiday with a number of music festivals being held throughout the county, catering for all musical tastes. Fishguard will come alive to the sound of music when … [Read more...] about Wales – the Musical Nation
A survey taken by the Western Mail newspaper of favourite beaches in Wales by the people in the know, the Welsh themselves, gives a resounding victory to Barafundle Bay in Pembrokeshire; leaving Rhossili Bay, named recently by TripAdvisor as the best beach in the world, trailing … [Read more...] about For the Finest Beaches Head to Pembrokeshire
With the Easter holidays upon us, new figures from The Great British Tourism Survey released yesterday show that 2013 was a bumper year for tourism in Wales with visitor numbers increasing by 3.4%. This comes at a time when Britain as a whole experienced a downturn of 2.5% … [Read more...] about Do New Figures Prove Pembrokeshire Really is the New Cornwall?
A greatly overdue new £68 million, five mile stretch of the A477 leading to Pembrokeshire opens today in time for Easter; finally bypassing Llanddowror and Red Roses. This narrow and winding section of the road has, for many years, been a terrible bottle neck and accident … [Read more...] about Vital Improved Road to Pembrokeshire Opens at Last
Some of Pembrokeshire’s coastal resorts suffered terribly in the fierce storms experienced this winter. Newgale and Amroth even made the National news when a bus full of passengers was swept off the road by a wave at Newgale (fortunately with no casualties) and the sea wall and … [Read more...] about Pembrokeshire’s award-winning resorts back in business