Pembrokeshire has long been a favourite holiday destination for those wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle of life. With 186 miles of coastline and some of the most beautiful countryside in Wales it isn’t hard to see why it has remained so popular! Here we have five of the best things to do in Pembrokeshire and the holiday homes close by.
5 Things to do in Pembrokeshire
The 2018 Fishguard Folk Festival is the 19th annual celebration and as well as a fantastic line up, including the likes of Winter Wilson, The Trials of Cato, and The Rumblestrutters. The festival promises free voice and instrument workshops, ceilidhs, informal music and song sessions as well as a free bar! Most of the festival remains free with only a few concerts needing tickets, which you can buy from their website.
Part of the larger Trehilyn Farm Estate, which was lovingly restored by actor Griff Rhys Jones and appeared on the BBC tv show ‘A Pembrokeshire Farm’. From April to October guests at Beudy Trehilyn also get acces to the Showman’s Wagon, which has a separate bedroom, kitchenette and comfortably seats four.
The coast around Pembrokeshire, especially St David’s, offers some of the best opportunities to spot dolphins and Whales. Taking a boat trip off shore gives you the chance to get up close and personal with these majestic creatures in deeper waters. If you’re lucky you might even spot a leatherback turtle!
Just a short distance away and located in a small rural hamlet is Capel Tŷ Ddewi. This is the oldest chapel in Pembrokeshire and has been sympathetically converted into a luxury holiday with some amazing views and sunsets
This year is the 20th anniversary of the Narberth food Festival and it promises to be as fantastic as ever, with stalls filled with the highest quality local and Welsh produce, live music, chef demonstration and much more!
This adorable ‘pocket sized’ pink cottage is the perfect spot for peaceful getaway with two acres of land to explore. Enjoy the delicacies at Narberth Food Festival by day and come home to stunning views of the night sky due to such low light pollution.
Travel back over 2000 years to see what live was really like during the Iron Age. Castell Henllys Iron Age fort has been expertly recreated and the four roundhouses and granary stand on the original foundations which were found by archaeologists over the past 26 year. There is a visitor centre and café, plus regular events held throughout the year.
This luxurious holiday home has a light and airy feel and is furnished with an eclectic mix of traditional and modern pieces. Carreg Las is within easy walking distance of restaurants, galleries and cafés.
The big retreat is a place to reconnect with nature, relax and restore your health and well being. The ticket price includes access to over 200 workshops and classes in a variety of yogas, dance and fitness and much more. There even the chance to learn a bit of foraging!
This Traditional tin bungalow, built in the 1920s, has been lovingly restored with vintage interiors and slight bohemian feel. The tin bungalow is set in stunning surroundings and is ideally situated to visit any of these three events.So these are our 5 things to do in Pembrokeshire, what would be on your list?