Guidebook for Cosheston

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Guidebook for Cosheston

Recommended Local Eateries
The Brewery Inn is located next door to Dovecote Cottage and The Stable and is a wonderful traditional dog friendly village pub serving excellent meals. However it does get very busy so booking is recommended. Closed Sunday Evening & All Day Monday.
The Brewery Inn
The Brewery Inn is located next door to Dovecote Cottage and The Stable and is a wonderful traditional dog friendly village pub serving excellent meals. However it does get very busy so booking is recommended. Closed Sunday Evening & All Day Monday.
As seen on Countryfile and many other TV programmes, Cafe Mor, a little seafood shack, can be found moored at Freshwater West all through the summer, and serves wonderful food with a taste of the sea, including their world famous lobster rolls.
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Cafe Môr - The Pembrokeshire Beachfood Company
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As seen on Countryfile and many other TV programmes, Cafe Mor, a little seafood shack, can be found moored at Freshwater West all through the summer, and serves wonderful food with a taste of the sea, including their world famous lobster rolls.
This is a great spot for lunch by the beach and they offer great homecooked, local fare.
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Wavecrest Cafe
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This is a great spot for lunch by the beach and they offer great homecooked, local fare.
Lovely little pub, right on the waterside near the Cleddau Bridge. Has outside seating for the warmer weather & does a great Sunday Lunch.
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The Ferry Inn
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Lovely little pub, right on the waterside near the Cleddau Bridge. Has outside seating for the warmer weather & does a great Sunday Lunch.
Great little coffee shop/restaurant inside Cosheston Garden Centre. Perfect for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea.
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Martha’s Kitchen
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Great little coffee shop/restaurant inside Cosheston Garden Centre. Perfect for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea.
If you take a trip to Bosherston Lily Ponds, or Barafundle Bay you should plan ahead and book lunch here. A delightful dog friendly pub, serving great food with plentiful outside seating.
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The Stackpole Inn
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If you take a trip to Bosherston Lily Ponds, or Barafundle Bay you should plan ahead and book lunch here. A delightful dog friendly pub, serving great food with plentiful outside seating.
Just a short (approx. 2 miles) walk or cycle ride away. Good for a bite to eat at lunchtimes or in the evenings.
Milton Brewery Inn
Just a short (approx. 2 miles) walk or cycle ride away. Good for a bite to eat at lunchtimes or in the evenings.
Essentials
Tesco Superstore
Asda Pembroke Dock Supermarket
ALDI
Parks & Nature
Great walks and a fantastic way to explore the county, lots of guide books and maps available in the cottage.
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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
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Great walks and a fantastic way to explore the county, lots of guide books and maps available in the cottage.
Our 'Must See' List
Just a short drive from Cosheston you will find the historic town of Pembroke. The town has some lovely independent shops, a good selection of eateries and of course the magnificent Castle -Henry Tudor’s birthplace (Henry VII) . You can explore inside the castle and walk around the 900-year town wall, we recommend popping into the Cornstore, overlooking the mill pond, for refreshments.
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Pembroke
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Just a short drive from Cosheston you will find the historic town of Pembroke. The town has some lovely independent shops, a good selection of eateries and of course the magnificent Castle -Henry Tudor’s birthplace (Henry VII) . You can explore inside the castle and walk around the 900-year town wall, we recommend popping into the Cornstore, overlooking the mill pond, for refreshments.
You can't come to Pembrokeshire and not visit the picture perfect town, harbour and three beaches that make up Tenby. However, it does get very busy in the summer months so go early to escape the crowds. If you have time the boat trip to Caldey Island is a great day out. If you are feeling energetic you can walk the coastpath from Tenby to Saundersfoot.
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Tenby
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You can't come to Pembrokeshire and not visit the picture perfect town, harbour and three beaches that make up Tenby. However, it does get very busy in the summer months so go early to escape the crowds. If you have time the boat trip to Caldey Island is a great day out. If you are feeling energetic you can walk the coastpath from Tenby to Saundersfoot.
A magnificent ruined stone castle in a picturesque location next to a tidal mill pond. There is a wheelchair friendly, mile long, circular walk around the castle over the medieval bridge to the Tide Mill, (the only working one in Wales). Guided tours of the castle and tide mill are available, and there are picnic areas and a tearoom. In the school holidays there are also lots of events here for children.
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Carew Castle & Tidal Mill
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A magnificent ruined stone castle in a picturesque location next to a tidal mill pond. There is a wheelchair friendly, mile long, circular walk around the castle over the medieval bridge to the Tide Mill, (the only working one in Wales). Guided tours of the castle and tide mill are available, and there are picnic areas and a tearoom. In the school holidays there are also lots of events here for children.
Bosherston Lily Ponds, Broad Haven South Beach and Barafundle Bay are all part of the National Trust owned Stackpole Estate. There is a circular walk that allows you to visit all three. However, you could easily spend a day at each. Barafundle Bay has regularly been voted amongst the best beaches in the world, but you do have to walk ½ mile to get to it (including some steep steps), and there are no facilities.
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Bosherston
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Bosherston Lily Ponds, Broad Haven South Beach and Barafundle Bay are all part of the National Trust owned Stackpole Estate. There is a circular walk that allows you to visit all three. However, you could easily spend a day at each. Barafundle Bay has regularly been voted amongst the best beaches in the world, but you do have to walk ½ mile to get to it (including some steep steps), and there are no facilities.
This wildlife haven is less than a mile off the Pembrokeshire coast. Skomer is most famous for its Puffins, together with neighboring Skokholm Island it forms the largest breeding Puffin colony in Southern Britain. The puffins are on the island during the breeding season usually between April and August, but the best time to see them in large numbers is late May to end of June. Boat Trips to land on the island run regularly from Martin's Haven during spring and summer but fill up quickly and there may be a long wait. Note: Facilities are very limited on Skomer, and the walk up from the landing jetty is quite steep, so not suited to everyone.
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Skomer
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This wildlife haven is less than a mile off the Pembrokeshire coast. Skomer is most famous for its Puffins, together with neighboring Skokholm Island it forms the largest breeding Puffin colony in Southern Britain. The puffins are on the island during the breeding season usually between April and August, but the best time to see them in large numbers is late May to end of June. Boat Trips to land on the island run regularly from Martin's Haven during spring and summer but fill up quickly and there may be a long wait. Note: Facilities are very limited on Skomer, and the walk up from the landing jetty is quite steep, so not suited to everyone.