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    An ancient port, a thriving community, a gateway to North Pembrokeshire, Newport is an enchanting town full of unique shops and places to eat, quirky and luxurious places to stay, a swathe of beach to play on, and the mysterious Preseli Hills to explore… Newport – or Trefdraeth (the town Read more [...]


    A busy coastal community, gateway to the Gwaun Valley inland, and the rugged coastline down to Strumble Head, rich in history, the towns of Fishguard and Goodwick are many things, mostly, lively, welcoming – places you’ll want to return to. The site of the last invasion of mainland Britain (the Read more [...]


    The best of the Welsh seaside all wrapped up in a medieval wall, elegant streets, with plenty of culture and a splash of sporting prowess thrown in, ‘Denbigh the Fish’ has ‘holiday’ nailed. Situated at the western end of the sweeping Carmarthen Bay, Tenby has been on the leisure map Read more [...]


    Stories of saints, the smallest city in the UK, a stunning Norman cathedral and the magical Pembrokeshire coastline – St David’s is steeped in history, yet offers a modern visitor experience with great places to stay and a range of things to do. Although St David is said to have Read more [...]


    Enjoy the bustle of a busy county town – enjoy some adrenaline fuelled activities, or a mooch round a castle,  browse a farmer’s market, or head to the Pembrokeshire Coast Occupying a strategic position on the Western Cleddau river, it’s no wonder that Haverfordwest has been settled since Roman times Read more [...]


    Seafaring heritage, castles galore, and royal canine connections give you plenty of options in the Pembroke area! Situated close to the Cleddau estuary, one of Pembrokeshire’s main towns, Pembroke has a proud history. Not only the birthplace of Henry VII of England, born in Pembroke Castle in 1457. Pembroke was Read more [...]


    Quirky chic sums up this elegant market town, a hub for independent boutiques, fine foods and a lively arts scene in the heart of Pembrokeshire Mentioned in the Mabinogion (the earliest British prose literature, compiling stories from the Welsh oral tradition of storytelling) as the location of the court of Read more [...]


    Enjoy the seaside, a coastal walk, or dig deep into the industrial heritage of the South Pembrokeshire coast. Away from Tenby, Saundersfoot and Wisemans Bridge occupy the last sweep of Pembrokeshire coastline before you hit Carmarthenshire. Saundersfoot’s harbour was constructed in the early 19th century to export anthracite coal, and Read more [...]


    From Skomer Island to Ramsay Island, this protected sweep of coastline studded with gorgeous villages is popular with walkers, fishermen and those looking for unspoiled beaches With its soaring cliffs, fishing villages and beaches as well as unparalleled sections of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, St Brides Bay is a paradise Read more [...]


    The county town of Carmarthenshire – history, shopping and lots of things to do on the banks of the River Tywi. Carmarthen lays claim to being the oldest town in Wales, with a Roman fort dating back to AD75. Known as Moridunum in Roman times, the settlement was renamed Llanteulyddog Read more [...]