The Area

Pembrokeshire is a renowned area of natural beauty, boasting superb beaches and unsurpassed walks including the famous coastal path all set amid unspoilt countryside, replete with centuries old woods ,hidden streams, clearings and dells.

The woods and meadows teem with flora and fauna: bats, birds, wildflowers and mammals vying for the amateur naturalist’s attention.

Pembrokeshire is the natural marine habitat for dolphins and seals, and puffins breed in nearby Skomer Island .

Broad Haven

Broad Haven is in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park, and is a veritable holiday maker’s idyll, offering all the attractions so necessary for a successful break including some good local pubs within walking distance of Coed Haroldston and several acclaimed restaurants in nearby St David’s and Haverfordwest.

Within easy reach are the children’s attractions at Folly Farm and Oakwood Park

For the adults there are beaches historic castles, cathedrals and delightful (non-touristy) shops within a 20 mile radius of Broad Haven.

Pembrokeshire Motor Museum
Pembrokeshire Motor Museum
http://www.pembsmotormuseum.co.uk
Tenby Museum & Art Gallery
Tenby Museum & Art Gallery
http://www.tenbymuseum.org.uk
Heritage Centre Pembroke Dock
Heritage Centre Pembroke Dock
http://www.sunderlandtrust.com
Experience Pembrokeshire - Day Tours
Experience Pembrokeshire - Day Tours
http://www.experiencepembrokeshire.com/holidays/day-tours/