Sandcastle, Pembroke

Pembrokeshire Coast. Sleeps up to 12

Stackpole Estate National Trust and Bosherston Lily PondsJust a short drive away is the award-winning Stackpole Inn, with its mouth-watering menu and pretty garden for outdoor eating. Encompassing cliffs, dunes and woodland, the lily-covered Bosherton Lakes and some stunning beaches, the National Trust's 2,000 acres Stackpole Estate is a jewel in the Pembrokeshire crownThe Stackpole Estate (NT), with its special conservation status, is internationally renowned for its miles of coastline and woodland. The Stackpole Estate was one of several grand country seats belonging to the Scottish Cawdor family. The Boathouse Tearoom (great salads, pastries and cakes) at Stackpole Quay is a couple of hundred yards away. Walk through woodlands to the unique Bosherston Lily Ponds and on down to the glorious golden sands of Broad Haven South. Enjoy fishing in this beautiful Nature Reserve. Stream and spring-fed lakes are home to pike, tench, perch, roach and eels. Lovely Local Beaches The coastline surrounding Stackpole village is blessed with the most spectacular and lovely beaches. Freshwater West with is pounding waves and (on the best days) it's following of intrepid surfers; Beautiful Barafundle with clear azure waters and shimmering sands voted the best beach and picnic spot in Britain, is just a 20-minute walk across farmland; wide sandy Freshwater East with white sand and tiny beautiful shells; lovely sandy Broadhaven South Beach at the bottom of the dunes leading from the famous Bosherston Lily Ponds. St Govans Country Inn and Ye Olde Tea Rooms, BosherstonIn the neighbouring village of Bosherston enjoy a tasty meal in the traditional Govan's Inn - mentioned in the Good Food Guide and winner of a CAMRA ale award. Or drop into Ye Olde Tearooms and enjoy a 'proper tea'St Govans ChapelSt Govan's Chapel, built into the rocks is a 'must visit' as is the huge natural arch The Green Bridge of Wales' and for birdwatchers Stack Rocks. Pembrokeshire Coastal PathThe Pembrokeshire Coastal Path follows the coastline which surrounds the local area. Take the path towards the Castlemartin and Angle Peninsulas and theHaven Waterway or towards Freshwater East and Manorbier - ‘the pleasantest spot of all Wales’, for wonderful walking, bird watching, wildflowers and unrivalled seascapesTenby walled town and Tudor Merchants House (NT)Just to the east of Stackpole is the walled seaside town of Tenby. Wander the narrow streets and experience the bustle and business of this popular holiday venue – plenty of shops and restaurants to enjoy. Discover how the Tudors lived their daily lives. Staff dressed in Tudor costume will talk to you and there are costumes for children to try on making this a memorable experience for the whole familyJoin a boat trip for mackerel fishing or arrange a tailor-made trip for your own party. Mackerel is delicious cooked fresh on the barbecue and served with a glass of chilled white wine. Bon Appetite!Tenby Boat tripsCruise around Tenby's spectacular peninsula with its glorious sandy beaches. Choose from the Seal Safari, the Island Cruise, or a romantic Sunset Cruise. Tenby has stretches of golden sand along its 5 Blue Flag beaches as well as the picturesque harbour from which boat trips sail to Caldey Island. The island is home to a Cistercian monastery where the monks produce perfume, chocolate and shortbread – for sale in the island shop. PembrokeJust 4 miles away, the magnificent medieval Pembroke Castle dominates the entrance to Pembroke town. It is an impressive building which is every schoolchild's dream of what a castle should be. The castle is the birthplace of Henri Tudor and an ideal place to explore and enjoy picnics or one of the many events such as historic re-enactments and music festivals. The town of Pembroke itself has a range of amenities including, bank, post office, library with internet access, supermarket, delicatessen, filling station, chemist, doctor, vet, interesting independent shops, a leisure centre with indoor pool and a Farmer's Market held in the town hall fortnightly on Saturdays. Blue Lagoon Water Park, Bluestone Park, PembrokeshireWhatever the weather the whole family can enjoy a day out at Blue LagoonWater Park. A sub-tropical environment, pool with wave machine, water slides and tunnels, and state of the art technology make this a very special experience. MoreFamily Fun - Spend fulfilling days at multi award-winning Folly Farm, Anna Ryder Richardson Wild Welsh Zoo, Heatherton Country Sports Park, The Dinosaur Park and CarewKarting. Enjoy indulgent year round holidays in this fabulous Pembrokeshire holiday cottage with expansive views, direct beach access and indulgent pool and fitness suite

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