Read about what you can do around us, in the beautiful Pembrokeshire.
Around 7 million people visit Pembrokeshire every year. For good reason. More and more people have been choosing to holiday in the UK, and Pembrokeshire is one of the top destinations in the country
We are only two miles from the luscious Newgale Beach – an easy bike ride or walk away. You can also see the beautiful 12th-century Roch Castle from the campsite.
Here is a snapshot of some of the things you can see and do in Pembrokeshire…
We are within a stone’s throw of the spectacular 870-mile Wales Coastal Path (you don’t have to do it all at once) – 186 miles of it are in Pembrokeshire. Sometimes it’s referred to as the ‘Welsh Everest’ because of all its peaks and troughs, totalling over 35,000 feet!
We are situated close to no less than five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and three National Parks. So even if you’re not a big hiker, you can still have an amble through the stunning natural scenery of this fantastic county.
Pembrokeshire has some of the most stunning coastlines in the UK. With 52 beaches, you’re truly spoiled for choice.
We are only two miles away from sweeping stunner – Newgale beach. Have a stroll on the beach, explore rock pools, and soak up the beach vibe.
The villages, towns and cities of Pembrokeshire have loads of character and are well worth visiting.
Pembrokeshire even boasts the smallest city in the UK – St. David’s. A quaint and artistic city with a population of only 3,000 people.
There are oodles more attractions and activities to choose from – castles, theme parks, boat trips, woollen mills, climbing, water sports, fishing, golf, and more! We will be keeping our peepers open to see where is open and accepting visitors.
We have plenty of tourist information at the farm, so don’t worry if you’re not sure what else to do while you’re in Pembrokeshire. We will give you the lowdown on all the best things to do nearby.
You can also check out Visit Pembrokeshire for more information.