Freshwater West

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Ábendingar heimamanna

October 13, 2021
Spectacular sunsets on this West facing beach. Sand dunes, waves (respect the RNLI lifeguard notices) and the fabulous Cafe Mor beach food bar. A surfing hot spot. Angle village with a lovely, sandy bay and... Coming soon (written October 2021) a reopening Pointhouse pub and restaurant (on the…
August 23, 2021
Huge, beautiful beach. Robin Hood and Harry Potter filmed here ( if you hunt the dunes you can find dobbins grave). Great for surfing and body boarding life guarded in Summer. Take care with rip tides if not supervised. Amazing Caffi Mor, Seafood and locally sourced food truck in main car park
July 11, 2021
The place of Dobby’s grave (for all Harry Potter fans)
August 20, 2021
Amazing Beach walk loved by locals and visitors alike
July 13, 2021
Great place for surfers and a great food truck with local ingredients.

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Estuary Canoe Tour
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Solid Silver Jewellery Making Course
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The Burrows - Sea views & 5 minute walk to beach

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Point of Interest
“Scenic walking area in the woods, linking into the Bosherston Lilly ponds and Broad Haven beach. You can visit the National Trust Walled Garden for lunch, which has a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating. Stackpole has a quaint village pub which serves food lunch times and evenings. ”
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Natural Feature
“Barafundle Bay is a lovely Beach that you can walk to from the Beach House via the costal path to Stackpole Quay and on to Barafundle Bay. The first part of the walk is steep and hilly. An option is to drive to Stackpole Quay and then walk across headlands to the beach. This is doable with children.”
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“A wonderful beachside cafe offering light meals and more. A stones throw from West Angle Bay and right on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.”
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Transit Station
“Former brick works and harbour, has a great fish and chip cafe and a walk to a hidden beach!”
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“Birthplace of Henry Tudor.. So pretty impressive with its rare, round keep. Usually a full programme of events for children but please check first as they are popular and you might need to book. You can stroll around the castle from the car parks (although there's a slight uphill start to the walk). This will bring you out onto the mill bridge, with seating areas and the statue of Henry. Plus two pubs, and the Cornstore café,should you need refreshments. If you'd like to continue your stroll, then cross the road for a level walk alongside the millpond. Pembroke main street is up the hill. If you struggle with hills, then drive past the lower car parks at the back of town and bear right to follow the one way road around the Castle. Stay in the right hand lane going up the hill, take the first right hand exit and you'll find car parks that link to the main street level. You might be lucky and find a short stay parking place on Main Street. Also worth stopping towards the end of the one way system. There's a small car park near the Church (on your left as the main street rejoins into one road with a huge antique centre in the old Chapel-steps up to the entrance). If steps are difficult for you, don't despair there's also one back towards the town centre. Eating? As well as the George, Watermans Arms and the Cornstore. Close to the Mill Bridge, try the Coachhouse, and the Kings Arms with it's own parking at the rear (see above: parking for main street, to get there). Tons of other cafés and takeaways too.”
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