Coast to Coast


The Earth is the Lord's

It's a wonderful world, and Pembrokeshire is a wonderful part of the world.
Did you know that the county of Pembrokeshire has the highest number of Blue Flag beaches and Seaside Award Beaches?  Over 50 in number!
If you are looking for things to do or places to go, then in our humble opinion (and we live here), these are some of the best....


Liberty Café, Grace Court House, Market Square, Narberth.
  Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday  10.30 - 2.00 p.m.
   Free wi-fi with purchase.  

Swimming Pool

Bluestone near Narberth 
Leisure Centre in Haverfordwest.

Fish And Chips

Cheapest: Browns Pembroke or
                Back Street, Haverfordwest
Sit down: Somethings Cooking, Letterston
Sit down with a view: Mermaid, Saundersfoot.

Places to visit

Picnic Site: Carew Castle
Day Out For Children Under 11: Folly Farm
Day Out For Teenagers: Oakwood
Best Museum: Tenby
Best Market: Haverfordwest, Friday mornings.
Best Fishing: Carp - Llyn Cafn
Best Gallery: Gallery, Market Square, Narberth
Best Wet Fish: Milford Haven
Best Coffee: Liberty cafe, Narberth
Best Seal Spotting: Cardigan Bay or Skomer south bay
Best Bird Spotting: Skomer
Best Marina: Milford
Best Castle: Pembroke
Best Shops: Narberth
Best Crab: Newport or Porthgain.
Best Garden: Picton Castle
Best Indian: Taj Mahal, Haverfordwest.

Church Rock


Pembroke Castle
Pembroke Castle

Coastal Path

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Great Britain has one National park that is entirely coastal, it runs for 186 miles and is in Pembrokeshire. Beaches and headlands in one go will take 15 days, but most people eat an elephant one bite at a time.


Barafundel Beach

Barafundle, Pembrokeshire. Voted Britain's most beautiful beach by The Good Holiday Guide for its superlative sands, sea quality, beautiful location and natural environment, this Welsh beauty spot was also selected as the best beach for kids because "the sand is perfect for building sandcastles".  The adjacent area, the National Trust's Stackpole Estate, offers breathtaking scenery and walking opportunities. Take a picnic lunch for a great day out. 

How to get there: off the B439 between Pembroke and Castlemartin. No parking adjacent to the beach and a walk over the headland to reach the beach.


On the north Pembrokeshire coast there is a tiny inlet, with a small totally unspoilt beach. A stream cascades gently from the slate rock face on the east side and on the west the rocks form small slate pools. Tourists have not discovered it, older locals for some reason pass it by, the young are ignorant of its location. The sunsets are amazing, the tranquility, on a sunny day you feel you are on a deserted island in the Pacific, alone with a beach all to yourself. A place to park is close at hand and you are only a few miles from the main road.

To get there you take the... angel

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Please note: We cannot guarantee that the above establishments are open, accessible or the item is still available at the time and date of your visit.



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