Pembrokeshire and the Pembrokeshire Coast offer a host of wonderful places to explore and exciting things to see and do. Whether you want to explore the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and try to spot a seal or dolphin or take the children to Folly Farm, there is something for everyone.  There are numerous heritage sites and castles to visit, such as Carew Castle and Manobier, both of which are just four miles from the cottages.  The spectacular Pembroke Castle is an eight mile drive away. The National Trust’s Tudor Merchant’s House in Tenby is well worth a visit, as is the Stockpole estate and the beautiful Barafundle Bay. Cadw sites are plentiful and you can visit many interesting towns such as Narberth or Tenby.

Beaches in Pembrokeshire are beautiful and varied.  There are pebble beaches such as Manobier or sandy beaches at Tenby and Freshwater to name just a few.

Between 1st October – 30th April, dogs can go on any beach without restriction. However from 1st May – 30th September, some beaches do have areas restricted to dogs.