There are some magnificent walks in Pembrokeshire; just a few of which are listed in The Telegraph article below. Strumble Head Seabirds, seal haul-outs and the remains of an Iron Age hill fort on Garn Fawr’s gnarled tor punctuate this circuit of Pembrokeshire’s most rugged … [Read more...] about 10 Glorious Walks in South Wales
If you enjoy walking, then Pembrokeshire is the place to come. With 186 miles of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path to explore, not to mention the wonderful wild Preseli mountains from where the Blue Stones of Stonehenge came, you are spoilt for choice. Pembrokeshire Farm B&B is … [Read more...] about Top 10 Pembrokeshire Walks
Pembrokeshire, or Little England Beyond Wales as it is often known, offers something for everyone. For beach lovers, Pembrokeshire has the most beautiful beaches; from sandy coves like Skrinkle, Swanlake, Broadhaven South and, of course, Barafundle Bay which was voted one of … [Read more...] about Why Visit Pembrokeshire
According to the Telegraph, walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path must be included in everyone's ultimate bucket list and we agree. Opened in 1970, the 186 miles of the path stretches from Amroth in the south of the County to St Dogmaels in the north and covers almost every … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Bucket List – Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path
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!