‘we both enjoyed the serenity of the place and the outstanding beauty of God’s nature and abundance’
Alison & Dorian, Swansea
Discover Cardigan Bay and North Pembrokeshire. Think Cornwall 20 years ago.
If you love Cornwall but hate the crowds, then Pembrokeshire and West Wales will delight you.
We’re a little out of the way here on the western fringe of the UK but it’s worth the effort. It’s a land of castles, steeped in Celtic history [insert link to Heritage & Museums] and ancient legends.
We’re just outside the famous Pembrokeshire National Park, Britain’s only coastal National Park - a stunning stretch of coastline with hidden rocky coves in between family friendly, bucket and spade beaches.
Coasteering [insert link to Water based activities] (the art of jumping off cliffs with a guide) was born here in North Pembrokeshire. Book yourself in or just watch others take the plunge.
Discover an area rich in fauna and flora, undepleted by sprawling urban conurbations. Explore meandering rivers - a birdwatcher’s paradise, gently rolling hills, market towns, beach cafes, riverside pubs, hotel bistros, great little restaurants, food festivals, [insert link to Eating Out] galleries [insert link to Heritage & Museums] and best of all........ very few crowds.
The only problem will be which Pembrokeshire activities to choose.
Visit Pembrokeshire, West Wales, the UK’s most beautiful outdoor play area.......... well, we think so.
Croft Farm & Celtic Holidays offers farm holidays for children all year round. It is close to the Pembrokeshire Coast, rated second best in the world for sustainability and authenticity by a National Geographic poll. Cardigan,