Guidebook for Rosebush

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Guidebook for Rosebush

Food Scene
A historic railway inn from Rosebush's previous incarnation as a tourist destination! Takes rustic decor to a whole new level with sawdust on the floor and hams hanging from the ceiling, serves good traditional pub food.
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Tafarn Sinc.
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A historic railway inn from Rosebush's previous incarnation as a tourist destination! Takes rustic decor to a whole new level with sawdust on the floor and hams hanging from the ceiling, serves good traditional pub food.
Range of delicious cheese, also selling locally-made preserves. And a post office!
Pant Mawr Farmhouse Cheese
4 Bryn Terrace
Range of delicious cheese, also selling locally-made preserves. And a post office!
The best fish and chips in Pembrokeshire! Quality is fantastic, ingredients local, prices very reasonable. Highly recommended.
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Something's Cooking
3 Haverfordwest Rd
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The best fish and chips in Pembrokeshire! Quality is fantastic, ingredients local, prices very reasonable. Highly recommended.
Really good fish and chips, take away and eat at Goodwick Sands beach or Fishguard Fort for a picnic.
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Hooked @31
31 West St
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Really good fish and chips, take away and eat at Goodwick Sands beach or Fishguard Fort for a picnic.
Very good quality Indian food with many interesting and unusual dishes - much more than your average curry house - and the excitement of eating on a boat. Kids love the boat, you'll love the food.
Shampan
Very good quality Indian food with many interesting and unusual dishes - much more than your average curry house - and the excitement of eating on a boat. Kids love the boat, you'll love the food.
Foodie pizza
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The Canteen
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Foodie pizza
Popular upmarket cafe
Vic North Cafe & Classes
Popular upmarket cafe
Upmarket gastropub, intimate setting and great reviews
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Llys Meddyg
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Upmarket gastropub, intimate setting and great reviews
Entertainment & Activities
Recreation Iron-Age hill fort, learn how the Iron-Age Celts lived through hands-on experiences. In addition to the open-air museum they run many budget-friendly activities, call for schedule.
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Castell Henllys
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Recreation Iron-Age hill fort, learn how the Iron-Age Celts lived through hands-on experiences. In addition to the open-air museum they run many budget-friendly activities, call for schedule.
Part zoo, part petting-zoo, part amusement arcade. Good for rainy days out.
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Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
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Part zoo, part petting-zoo, part amusement arcade. Good for rainy days out.
Arts & Culture
Excellent cinema offering a range of new release films and also art house cinema and live screenings of theatre from around the world. They also have live music events and children's events.
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Theatre Mwldan
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Excellent cinema offering a range of new release films and also art house cinema and live screenings of theatre from around the world. They also have live music events and children's events.
Essentials
NOT the Clynderwen address, the Maenclochog one, just 1.5 miles up the road, stock all essential food items and also loads of other things, wellie boots, hardward, DVDs, newspapers, and lots else.
Sarah's Newsagents
NOT the Clynderwen address, the Maenclochog one, just 1.5 miles up the road, stock all essential food items and also loads of other things, wellie boots, hardward, DVDs, newspapers, and lots else.
The biggest town in the area, Haverfordwest is your best bet for most shopping requirements, it has large chain shops (Tesco, Morrisons, Wilkinsons, Aldi, Debenhams, M&S), outfitters (Mountain Warehouse, Trespass), a number of interesting small independent shops, lots of charity shops. It also has a skate park, a small cinema, and an indoor trampoline park. Friday Farmer's Market and Saturday Carboot and Market. This is also where the hospital is, please note that A&E is not 7 days a week here.
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Haverfordwest
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The biggest town in the area, Haverfordwest is your best bet for most shopping requirements, it has large chain shops (Tesco, Morrisons, Wilkinsons, Aldi, Debenhams, M&S), outfitters (Mountain Warehouse, Trespass), a number of interesting small independent shops, lots of charity shops. It also has a skate park, a small cinema, and an indoor trampoline park. Friday Farmer's Market and Saturday Carboot and Market. This is also where the hospital is, please note that A&E is not 7 days a week here.
Parks & Nature
Good for walking, swimming, paddling, kayaking, never too crowded, and excellent ice cream.
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Newport Sands
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Good for walking, swimming, paddling, kayaking, never too crowded, and excellent ice cream.
Small but never crowded, good swimming, pub. Free car park and a good place to start the Dinas head walk.
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Pwllgwaelod Beach
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Small but never crowded, good swimming, pub. Free car park and a good place to start the Dinas head walk.
Circular walk with stunning views, steep in a few sections but short and suitable for most ages and abilities, includes two beaches. Roughly 3.5 miles/5km or so.
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Dinas Head
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Circular walk with stunning views, steep in a few sections but short and suitable for most ages and abilities, includes two beaches. Roughly 3.5 miles/5km or so.
Beautiful ancient oak woodland with several walking routes, none of them more than a few miles. Good for when the weather isn't good enough for walking the coast path, as much of the route is under the trees and somewhat sheltered.
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Tycanol Wood
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Beautiful ancient oak woodland with several walking routes, none of them more than a few miles. Good for when the weather isn't good enough for walking the coast path, as much of the route is under the trees and somewhat sheltered.
This ancient monument is one of the most impressive neolithic sites in Wales! Unmissable.
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Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber
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This ancient monument is one of the most impressive neolithic sites in Wales! Unmissable.
A mountain shrouded in mythology from the pre-Roman Celts to one of the area's first Christian missionaries, St Brynnach, who walked up here to commune with the angels.
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Mynydd Carningli
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A mountain shrouded in mythology from the pre-Roman Celts to one of the area's first Christian missionaries, St Brynnach, who walked up here to commune with the angels.
The highest peak in the Preselis, and accessible on a number of circular walks from our cottage (see OS map for details).
Foel Cwmcerwyn
The highest peak in the Preselis, and accessible on a number of circular walks from our cottage (see OS map for details).
The wildlife centre has exhibits and runs scheduled activities and also has a number of walking routes to explore. Includes a giftshop and a wonderful cafe.
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Welsh Wildlife Centre
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The wildlife centre has exhibits and runs scheduled activities and also has a number of walking routes to explore. Includes a giftshop and a wonderful cafe.
Not great for swimming due to rip tides but good for walks.
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Poppit Sands Beach
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Not great for swimming due to rip tides but good for walks.
Popular with surfers.
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Newgale Beach
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Popular with surfers.
The circular route around the reservoir is popular with walkers, runners, and mountain bikers. bike hire is available from the shop and cafe.
Llys-y-fran Reservoir
The circular route around the reservoir is popular with walkers, runners, and mountain bikers. bike hire is available from the shop and cafe.
Pantmaenog forest is over 800 acres of managed land on the slopes of the Preseli mountains and includes miles of track equally suitable for walking, running, and mountain biking, with the added benefit that you can never really get too lost since it's all within the forest fenceline.
Pantmaenog Forest
Pantmaenog forest is over 800 acres of managed land on the slopes of the Preseli mountains and includes miles of track equally suitable for walking, running, and mountain biking, with the added benefit that you can never really get too lost since it's all within the forest fenceline.
Sightseeing
Fishguard is a small town offering some shopping, access to the Coast Path, interesting sights (Lower Town and the Fishguard Fort, both along the coast path), and the Last Invasion Tapestry, in the gallery in the Town Hall. This commemorates the last invasion of mainland Britain in 1797 and is definitely worth a visit. Fishguard is also home to a variety of cafes, restaurants, and bars, and a number of art galleries.
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Fishguard
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Fishguard is a small town offering some shopping, access to the Coast Path, interesting sights (Lower Town and the Fishguard Fort, both along the coast path), and the Last Invasion Tapestry, in the gallery in the Town Hall. This commemorates the last invasion of mainland Britain in 1797 and is definitely worth a visit. Fishguard is also home to a variety of cafes, restaurants, and bars, and a number of art galleries.
Impressive castle, they also run activities (check schedule).
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Cilgerran Castle - National Trust
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Impressive castle, they also run activities (check schedule).
Cardigan is a lovely market town well worth a visit. highlights include the permanent indoor market in an impressive stone building, the Eco Shop, Cardigan Castle, riverside walk, Mwldan Cinema, Small World Theatre, and a huge range of charity shops, several bookshops, and many different cafes, pubs, and restaurants.
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Cardigan
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Cardigan is a lovely market town well worth a visit. highlights include the permanent indoor market in an impressive stone building, the Eco Shop, Cardigan Castle, riverside walk, Mwldan Cinema, Small World Theatre, and a huge range of charity shops, several bookshops, and many different cafes, pubs, and restaurants.
Ruined but substantial, and very beautiful, abbey, with a visitor centre, cafe, and small museum. Also check out the working water-mill in St Dogmael's.
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St Dogmaels Abbey
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Ruined but substantial, and very beautiful, abbey, with a visitor centre, cafe, and small museum. Also check out the working water-mill in St Dogmael's.
One of the best of the (many!) local castles, lots of indoor spaces well-preserved and even restored, very worth a visit, maybe on a rainy day. Also check out the tidal mill, one of only four in the UK, with lots of hands-on exhibits.
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Carew Castle & Tidal Mill
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One of the best of the (many!) local castles, lots of indoor spaces well-preserved and even restored, very worth a visit, maybe on a rainy day. Also check out the tidal mill, one of only four in the UK, with lots of hands-on exhibits.
A pretty, small market town with a nice selection of independent shops and cafes, and a large antiques centre. It also has a small ruined castle.
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Narberth
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A pretty, small market town with a nice selection of independent shops and cafes, and a large antiques centre. It also has a small ruined castle.
The house actually belongs to someone, but is located on a public track which forms part of the tracks of Pantmaenog Forest. Explore the now-ruined old quarry buildings from when it was a working slate quarry, or explore the pool - cold but beautiful.
Quarry House
The house actually belongs to someone, but is located on a public track which forms part of the tracks of Pantmaenog Forest. Explore the now-ruined old quarry buildings from when it was a working slate quarry, or explore the pool - cold but beautiful.