Nearby Walks To Explore
The spectacular Coastal Path: The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is one of the most spectacular long-distance routes in Britain. Established in 1970, it meanders along 186 miles of Britain’s most dramatic coastal scenery, running from St Dogmaels in the North to Amroth in the South. The Coast Path includes a network of popular inland paths perfect for the day walker, taking in spectacular spots such as Ceibwr Bay and Cemaes Head. Walking the cliff top paths with an abundance of wild flowers and plentiful sea birds, can be one of the most relaxing and scenic experiences of any holiday destination (especially in the Pembrokeshire sunshine).
The Pembrokeshire National Park and Preseli Hills, the land of legends: The National Park was established in 1952, with a varied landscape of rugged cliffs, beaches, estuaries, wooded valleys and the Preseli hills, this area of outstanding natural beauty is home to many ancient sites. Pentre Ifan in Brynberian is one of Wale’s best-known ancient sites, the New Stone Age burial chamber was built around 5,500 years ago. There are many legends associated with the neolithical stone trail that can be explored around the foothills of the spectacular Preseli hills.