Some of our favourite attractions are mentioned below.


All the sandy beaches of South Pembrokeshire are within 30 minutes drive from us. Some of our favourites are Tenby, Broadhaven South, Barafundle and Freshwater East and West.The more rugged North and Western coastline, also with some fabulous beaches such as Newgale, Marloes and Whitesands at St Davids are 40 – 50 minutes away and well worth discovering.


We have a booklet in each cottage with mapped walks for exploring the coastal path and countrysude. This includes the Landsker trail that runs directly below us, and the unspoilt estuary and woodland paths close by.

Family Attractions

Within a 5 mile radius we have:-
Wales’ largest theme park Oakwood,
Heatherton Country Park for paintballing, karting
Folly farm adventue park
Ritec valley buggies
Manor House Wildlife Park
Dinosaur Park

…..Also the Blue Lagoon Waterpark, horseriding, fishing, golf, boat trips, surfing lessons, museums and castles.

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Historical Sites

Carew , Pembroke and Picton are just three of many nearby castles, whilst St Davids cathedral and the reconstructed iron age hill fort of Castell Henlys in the north are worth visiting.


Hire and tuition in watersports such as surfing, windsurfing and sailing or jetski and motorboat hire are possible at Tenby.

Take a day trip from Tenby to Caldey Island with its monastery , an exhilerating ride around Ramsey or visit the wildlife sanctuaries of Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm

Horse riding locally at the Dunes or on the beach at East Nolton or western style at Sycamore Ranch

The quiet country lanes around us- down around the estuary, through the woods and linking the small villages are ideal for cycling. There are plenty of sheds to store your bike when you come. And if you decide to come by train with your bicycle we are happy to pick you up from the local station.

Golf courses such as the Burrows at Tenby and Haverfordwest

Eating Out

We compile and update eating out pages for the cottages. There is a good selection of eateries in the locality with wonderful lunches at Lawrenny Quay Tearooms or tapas at Ultracomeda in Narberth. Homecooked and generous pub meals at the Carew Inn down the road and visit our local at Cresswell Quay- generally held to be the best pub in Pembrokeshire, cosy and friendly with an open fire in the winter and bursting with activity in the summer evenings.

Tenby is the place for lively nightclubs, bars and cafes. The Torch Theatre in Milford Haven and the Queens Hall in Narberth are lively drama and music venues.