Places To Go

Slebech Estate

Places To Go

Beaches
No trip to Pembrokeshire is complete without a visit to Tenby. Tenby is a town steeped in ancient history surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall. Through the passages of time Tenby has seen many changes but it has been on the leisure map for over 200 years. Named Best Beach in Europe 2014, Harbour beach is home to the iconic St Julian’s chapel, Harbour Cafe and Tenby Sailing Club, which welcomes members and non-members alike. The beach is a must for those of us who haven’t truly arrived at the seaside until we’ve heard that evocative clinking of boat rigging in the breeze and the gentle splash of waves against a hull. Award winning Castle beach sits at the foot of Castle Hill and St. Catherine’s island which is known for its impressive fort, a former private residence and zoo. Access is weather and tide dependent, but offers impressive views of town, sea and coast. Licensed fishing boats operate from kiosks in Castle Square, where you can book your place, borrow a rod and lifejacket and hopefully catch your own dinner! Delicious mackerel, flat fish and sea bass are all plentiful in our waters. Also find here the booking office for the boats to Caldey which run regular trips to our neighbouring holy island from Spring to late Summer. For something a bit more high-octane, on North beach Tenby Water Sports offers the jet ski safari, donut rides, water-skiing and plenty more to get your blood pumping! Fabulous South beach is nearly two miles of golden sand that stretches out towards Penally and Giltar, backed by sand dunes more than 10 feet high that offer welcome shelter on a breezy day. The views over to Caldey from here are unrivalled, and with an ice cream in one hand and a good book in the other, you can watch the wind surfers and water sports enthusiasts and find your own slice of paradise on this most perfect of beaches.
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Tenby
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No trip to Pembrokeshire is complete without a visit to Tenby. Tenby is a town steeped in ancient history surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall. Through the passages of time Tenby has seen many changes but it has been on the leisure map for over 200 years. Named Best Beach in Europe 2014, Harbour beach is home to the iconic St Julian’s chapel, Harbour Cafe and Tenby Sailing Club, which welcomes members and non-members alike. The beach is a must for those of us who haven’t truly arrived at the seaside until we’ve heard that evocative clinking of boat rigging in the breeze and the gentle splash of waves against a hull. Award winning Castle beach sits at the foot of Castle Hill and St. Catherine’s island which is known for its impressive fort, a former private residence and zoo. Access is weather and tide dependent, but offers impressive views of town, sea and coast. Licensed fishing boats operate from kiosks in Castle Square, where you can book your place, borrow a rod and lifejacket and hopefully catch your own dinner! Delicious mackerel, flat fish and sea bass are all plentiful in our waters. Also find here the booking office for the boats to Caldey which run regular trips to our neighbouring holy island from Spring to late Summer. For something a bit more high-octane, on North beach Tenby Water Sports offers the jet ski safari, donut rides, water-skiing and plenty more to get your blood pumping! Fabulous South beach is nearly two miles of golden sand that stretches out towards Penally and Giltar, backed by sand dunes more than 10 feet high that offer welcome shelter on a breezy day. The views over to Caldey from here are unrivalled, and with an ice cream in one hand and a good book in the other, you can watch the wind surfers and water sports enthusiasts and find your own slice of paradise on this most perfect of beaches.
Popular with surfers and walkers for many years, Freshwater West has in more recent years be famous for its part in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 & 2 where it was used as the back drop for Dobby’s Shell Cottage, which was built on site down to the smallest detail including the seaweed. Although the cottage was taken down after filming you can still walk in the footsteps of Harry, Hermione and Ron. For the latest surf updates, click below: https://magicseaweed.com/Freshwater-West-Surf-Report/34/
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Freshwater West
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Popular with surfers and walkers for many years, Freshwater West has in more recent years be famous for its part in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 & 2 where it was used as the back drop for Dobby’s Shell Cottage, which was built on site down to the smallest detail including the seaweed. Although the cottage was taken down after filming you can still walk in the footsteps of Harry, Hermione and Ron. For the latest surf updates, click below: https://magicseaweed.com/Freshwater-West-Surf-Report/34/
A popular local beach
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Manorbier
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A popular local beach
World Famous
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Barafundle Bay
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World Famous
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Broadhaven South
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Get the tide right and its a great beach for taking the dogs for a walk and a swim!
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Amroth
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Get the tide right and its a great beach for taking the dogs for a walk and a swim!
Off the beaten track and quite a trek, but a hidden gem
Ginst Point
Off the beaten track and quite a trek, but a hidden gem
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Pendine Sands
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Marloes Sands
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Poppit Sands Beach
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Local towns to explore
Narberth is a popular market town with an interesting range of shops. From delis, butchers, greengrocers and other shops, Narberth is a favourite of many visitors.
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Narberth
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Narberth is a popular market town with an interesting range of shops. From delis, butchers, greengrocers and other shops, Narberth is a favourite of many visitors.
The historic city of St Davids is about a 40 minute drive west
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St Davids
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The historic city of St Davids is about a 40 minute drive west
Places to eat & drink
Very much worth the drive, is a trip to Porthgain. A historic harbour that today is the home to the famous Sloop Inn pub and The Shed fish and chips bistro.
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Porthgain Harbour
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Very much worth the drive, is a trip to Porthgain. A historic harbour that today is the home to the famous Sloop Inn pub and The Shed fish and chips bistro.
A spectacular seaside location at Coppet Hall, on the edge of Saundersfoot. Located on the Hean Castle Estate, Coast is a sister business of The Grove, Narberth and Beach House, Oxwich Bay.
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Coast Restaurant
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A spectacular seaside location at Coppet Hall, on the edge of Saundersfoot. Located on the Hean Castle Estate, Coast is a sister business of The Grove, Narberth and Beach House, Oxwich Bay.
Wood fired oven pizza and delicious home made ice cream. Eat in or take away. Always call in advance.
Cowpots
Wood fired oven pizza and delicious home made ice cream. Eat in or take away. Always call in advance.
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Wavecrest Cafe
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The Quayside Lawrenny
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Lawrenny
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The Quayside Lawrenny
The small family restaurant of Castlemead is in the village of Manorbier, close to the Castle and beach.
Castle Mead Hotel
The small family restaurant of Castlemead is in the village of Manorbier, close to the Castle and beach.
Wonderful Ultracomida is a deli and tapas bar. Located in the high street Narberth it is a haven for food lovers, especially those who love cheese!
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Ultracomida
7 High St
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Wonderful Ultracomida is a deli and tapas bar. Located in the high street Narberth it is a haven for food lovers, especially those who love cheese!
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Crwst
9 Priory St
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Very much a traditional local country pub. WIth rustic charm, located in the Preseli Mountains, a perfect spot for a drink or a bite to eat after exploring the Preselis
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Tafarn Sinc.
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Very much a traditional local country pub. WIth rustic charm, located in the Preseli Mountains, a perfect spot for a drink or a bite to eat after exploring the Preselis
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Carew Inn
1 Picton Terrace
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Amroth Arms
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Cafe Môr - The Pembrokeshire Beachfood Company
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The iconic Cresselly Arms is a short drive from Nash. Very much an old fashioned drinking pub in an amazing setting on the Cresswell River. From 2022 will be doing street food for the summer season, which we’re sure will be a hit.
Cresselly Arms
The iconic Cresselly Arms is a short drive from Nash. Very much an old fashioned drinking pub in an amazing setting on the Cresswell River. From 2022 will be doing street food for the summer season, which we’re sure will be a hit.
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The Angel
43 High Street
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Dexters
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Pirates Cafe is a firm beach side favourite and home of #secretbreakfastclub for some of the Estate Office team. If going to Amroth or Colby for a walk, it comes thoroughly recommended for breakfast or a light lunch!
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The Pirate
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Pirates Cafe is a firm beach side favourite and home of #secretbreakfastclub for some of the Estate Office team. If going to Amroth or Colby for a walk, it comes thoroughly recommended for breakfast or a light lunch!
Stonecrab
Sightseeing
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Bosherston Lakes (CP)
6 Windsor Rd
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Home of the famous Cresselly Arms
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Cresswell Quay
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Home of the famous Cresselly Arms
Part of the Dashwood family Estates, Manorbier Castle's ancestors have owned the castle since 1670. The Castle is one of the few castles in private hands in Wales. Set in an imposing position above the beach of Manorbier, the Castle is steeped in history.
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Manorbier Castle
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Part of the Dashwood family Estates, Manorbier Castle's ancestors have owned the castle since 1670. The Castle is one of the few castles in private hands in Wales. Set in an imposing position above the beach of Manorbier, the Castle is steeped in history.
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Carew Castle & Tidal Mill
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Minwear Wood
Blackpool Bridge
Canaston Wood
Chapel Bay Fort & Museum
Surfing
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Newgale
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Freshwater West
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Manorbier
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Shopping
A local speciality butcher and deli that also has an extensive line in gin, spirits, beer and cider. A must visit for local produce.
The London House Butchery
9 Saint John Street
A local speciality butcher and deli that also has an extensive line in gin, spirits, beer and cider. A must visit for local produce.
Wisebuys Narberth
18 High St
Fabulous Welsh/Spanish deli and tapas bar.
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Ultracomida
7 High St
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Fabulous Welsh/Spanish deli and tapas bar.