Caban Y Môr

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Caban Y Môr

Sightseeing

Whitesands Bay is undeniably one of the best surfing beaches in Pembrokeshire, but it is also a Blue Flag beach and it absolutely perfect for spending the day enjoying the sunshine either in or out of the sea! - Please note dog restrictions apply on this beach during the summer
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Whitesands Bay
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Whitesands Bay is undeniably one of the best surfing beaches in Pembrokeshire, but it is also a Blue Flag beach and it absolutely perfect for spending the day enjoying the sunshine either in or out of the sea! - Please note dog restrictions apply on this beach during the summer
Newgale Beach is 2 miles long full of gorgeous sand backed by a high pebble formation cause by a storm many years ago, this unique beach is perfect for long walks, surfing and beach combing - it also has a pub if you're feeling a bit peckish!
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Newgale Beach
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Newgale Beach is 2 miles long full of gorgeous sand backed by a high pebble formation cause by a storm many years ago, this unique beach is perfect for long walks, surfing and beach combing - it also has a pub if you're feeling a bit peckish!
Hidden away on the Welsh coastline is the spectacular Blue Lagoon in Pembrokeshire, Wales. Located on the site of the abandoned Abereiddy Quarry, it’s now a peaceful oasis that you can visit on the cliffside. Although it’s in a remote location and the drive to get here isn’t ideal, once you arrive you will be blown away by its sparkling azure waters! It’s a must visit if you’re in the St David’s peninsula and a highlight of any Welsh road trip.
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Blue Lagoon
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Hidden away on the Welsh coastline is the spectacular Blue Lagoon in Pembrokeshire, Wales. Located on the site of the abandoned Abereiddy Quarry, it’s now a peaceful oasis that you can visit on the cliffside. Although it’s in a remote location and the drive to get here isn’t ideal, once you arrive you will be blown away by its sparkling azure waters! It’s a must visit if you’re in the St David’s peninsula and a highlight of any Welsh road trip.

City/town information

St David's may be the smallest city in the UK but it has plenty to see! The Cathedral is unmissable and the architecture is out of this world, make sure you head inside to enjoy it to it's full potential. In St David's you can enjoy plenty of gorgeous, locally run cafes (The Mill, a no1 stop for brekkie) and pubs to eat till your heart and stomach are content!
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St Davids
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St David's may be the smallest city in the UK but it has plenty to see! The Cathedral is unmissable and the architecture is out of this world, make sure you head inside to enjoy it to it's full potential. In St David's you can enjoy plenty of gorgeous, locally run cafes (The Mill, a no1 stop for brekkie) and pubs to eat till your heart and stomach are content!
Solva is the perfect little village to start your sightseeing around Pembrokeshire, you can get to grips with local food, enjoy the unique shops and galleries and take a stroll along either the coastal path or the beach.
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Solva
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Solva is the perfect little village to start your sightseeing around Pembrokeshire, you can get to grips with local food, enjoy the unique shops and galleries and take a stroll along either the coastal path or the beach.
If you fancy some peace and coastal tranquillity, walks in ancient woodlands, or cwtches by an open fire with a local ale in hand, the sweet coastal town of Fishguard awaits. Set across two parts, the main township perches on the top of the hill, while Lower Town cups a small river that flows into an idyllic harbour.
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Fishguard
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If you fancy some peace and coastal tranquillity, walks in ancient woodlands, or cwtches by an open fire with a local ale in hand, the sweet coastal town of Fishguard awaits. Set across two parts, the main township perches on the top of the hill, while Lower Town cups a small river that flows into an idyllic harbour.
Porthgain Harbour is one of the most interesting and iconic villages in Pembrokeshire, take a walk past the big brick building and up onto the coastal path to your left for some unbelievable views, then once your done breathing in that fresh sea air pop back down to The Shed for the BEST fish and chips you'll ever eat!
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Porthgain
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Porthgain Harbour is one of the most interesting and iconic villages in Pembrokeshire, take a walk past the big brick building and up onto the coastal path to your left for some unbelievable views, then once your done breathing in that fresh sea air pop back down to The Shed for the BEST fish and chips you'll ever eat!

Places of history

Melin Tregwynt is a woollen mill in the hamlet of Tregwynt in the parish of Granston, Pembrokeshire, Wales. A mill has stood on this site since 1819 taking fleeces from the sheep farms of the area, carding and spinning them into woollen yarn and then weaving the yarn into cloth and blankets
Tregwynt Woollen Mill
Melin Tregwynt is a woollen mill in the hamlet of Tregwynt in the parish of Granston, Pembrokeshire, Wales. A mill has stood on this site since 1819 taking fleeces from the sheep farms of the area, carding and spinning them into woollen yarn and then weaving the yarn into cloth and blankets

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Cycling around

Pembrokeshire is a cycle friendly area, with plenty of cycle lanes and advice for cars to leave at least a 1.5m gap between themselves and cyclists. Staying at Caban Y Môr there are lots of places to get by cycling, most of these routes will be connected via main roads so helmets and safety gear are a must!
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Boat Trips

If you are lucky enough to join us in the summer an absolute MUST is the boat trips accessible from St Justinian's (6.2 miles away), We highly recommend the Ramsey Island Trip through Voyages of Discovery which is 1 hour long and takes you on a fantastic tour around the island where you can see seals, jellyfish, seabirds and the occasional puffin as well as the incredible rock formations and sea currents in the area - also suitable for children!
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Bus Routes

When travelling via bus from Caban Y Môr there is a bus route that runs directly through the village of Berea and stops at the farm lane (with a little wave from you). The 404 Strumble Shuttle starts and finishes at either St David's or Newport and travels to the following locations in between: Newport Dinas Fishguard Goodwick Pontiago Strumble Head Croes Trefasser Cross St Nicholas Tregwynt (Woollen Mill) Mathry Abercastle Trefin Llanrhian Porthgain Llanrhian Abereiddi Berea (YOUR STOP) St David's New Street St David's Caerfai Road Times vary - check council website.