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Pembrokeshire has a wealth of places to visit, fantastic beaches for all to enjoy, numerous activities for children, wonderful walks, boat trips  lots of castles, art and crafts venues and some superb festivals during the year. Below are a few ideas to tempt you, all within easy distance of Amroth Cottages. – Folly Farm – The big family day out. –Anna Ryder Richardson’s conservation led zoo – Heatherton Country Sports Park – Activities and adventures for all the family, including Mum and Dad.   Paddle Boarding in Amroth/Coppet hall

http://www.celticquestcoasteering/links/ Fabulous thrilling water based activities along Pembrokeshire coast Oakwood theme park for thrilling rides – Combat games using infra-red   Marros riding centre – Beach rides, own a pony days or just enjoy a wonderful hack.    Tailor made farm experience days with these beautiful Shire Horses – Dyfed Shires and Leisure Farm – Shire Horse Farm. – The Dinosaur Park Tenby, great for little ones – Steam Railway – The journey runs through woodland and then on to a steep shelf above the beautiful River Teifi. Gwili railway – restored standard gauge steam railway running through a beautiful valley near Carmarthen


Boat Trips


Boat trips can be taken from Tenby to the lovely island of Caldey (15 minutes) or drive to Martin’s Haven for a boat to Skomer or Skokholm Islands to see the Puffins.  Adventures can be had with: – “Sea Safari” Boat trips from Dale and Martin’s Haven to see the Puffins on Skomer – Jet boat trips to Ramsey Island and out to sea to watch birds, dolphins and seals and have a superb time zooming about – you might get wet!   Voyages of Discovery.  Variety of great boat trips

Several Fabulous Gardens:
Beautiful woodland valley garden with year-round colour in Pembrokeshire (10 minutes walk from Amroth Cottages) – National Botanical Garden of Wales – Aberglasney gardens – a garden lost in time. Stackpole Walled Gardens – 6 acres of walled gardens at the National Trust Estate at Stackpole Pembroke with a wonderful café.


Magnificent walks


Magnificent walks can be had along the 186 miles long Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which begins in Amroth. Also the Stackpole Estate, which includes Barafundle Bay and the Bosherston Lily Ponds, where Otters are often seen playing. Or explore the wild Presili hills. Guided walks in Pembrokeshire – coast, mountains and stories


Castles and Historic Interests within an hour of Amroth Cottages:


Pembroke Castle

Carew Castle

Manorbier Castle

Laugharne Castle, Dylan Thomas House, Tin Shed (Museum)

Picton Castle

Upton Castle Gardens

St Davids Cathedral

Cilgerran Castle

Castell Henllys

Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber


Shows and  Festivals:


St. David’s Food and Craft Festival, Saundersfoot beginning of March

Really Wild Food and Countryside Festival St. Davids usually May Bank holiday w/e

Pembrokeshire Fish week at the end of June

Pembrokeshire County Show in August

Narberth Food Festival in September

Tenby Arts Festival week.  End of September

Fishguard’s Autumn Festival at the end of October

Tenby Blues Festival in November

Colby Gardens Christmas Market Nov/Dec

Saundersfoot Christmas Market at the beginning of December