In recent years, Tenby has been awarded many blue flag awards in recognition of its clean beaches and water.
Folly Farm – Winners of the ‘Best Family Day Out in Wales’ Award 2015. Indoor and outdoor activities, real working farm experience with many animals including giraffes, lions and penguins. Great fun! No dogs allowed. SA68 0XA
Oakwood Theme Park – Theme park with rides and roller coasters for the whole family. Dogs are not allowed in the park but a limited supply of kennels are available. SA67 8DE
Theatr Mwldan – Cinema and theatre in Cardigan. Great for a wet day. SA43 1JY
Manor Wildlife Park – Anna’s Welsh Zoo has plenty of things to do and animals to see. Less than a mile from the house. SA70 8RJ
Celtic Quest Coasteering – a water based activity centre on the Pembrokeshire coast. Won the best visitor experience in Wales award. SA62 6DT
Pembrokeshire Falconry – Bird of Prey flying experiences. SA32 8HN
Battlefield Live – Paintball and Laser Combat. Also off-road remote control buggies and archery. SA67 8QJ
Dinosaur Park – Indoor and outdoor activities, including 30 dinosaur models to discover in the woods. Just up the road! SA70 8RB
Hangar 5 – Indoor trampoline park. Great for a wet day! Booking advisable. SA62 4BY
National Botanic Garden of Wales – The most visited garden in Wales. An amazing collection of over 8000 different plant varieties, spread across 560 acres of countryside. SA32 8HN
Aberglasney House and Gardens – One of the finest gardens in Wales. SA32 8QH
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Walks – The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is 186 miles of stunning coastal scenery.
St Davids – the UK’s smallest city. Must see Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace to explore, shops, pubs, cafes and stunning beaches. Busy in the summer months.
Narberth — Nice town to explore with independent shopping, cafes and restaurants.
Dan yr Ogof Showcaves – National Showcaves Centre for Wales. Dogs allowed. SA9 1GJ
The Dylan Thomas Boathouse – Laugharne. See where Dylan Thomas lived during the last four years of his life. It was in this house that he wrote many major pieces. SA33 4SD – Dogs are permitted into the garden/terrace on a short lead.
Pembroke Castle – Medieval Castle and the birthplace of Henry VII. Interesting labyrinth of passageways and towers, including the 75ft high Great Keep and Wogan Cavern. Cafe. SA71 4LA
Creative Pottery Cafe Narberth – Somewhere to go if it’s raining. Dogs are welcome! SA67 7BT
Tenby Museum and Art Gallery – Museum and art gallery. SA70 7BP
Tim Bowen Antiques – Welsh and British country furniture, folk art and contemporary Welsh art. The gallery is situated in the estuary village of Ferryside which is at the mouth of the river Towy just south of Carmarthen. Open every Friday and Saturday 10am – 5pm and at any other time by appointment. SA17 5SS
Narberth Pottery – Decorative and functional ceramics. SA67 7AX