Activities & Experiences

- Lots to see and do -


A short trip in the car to the lovely beaches of Pembrokeshire

Large open sandy beach with a great cafe

Castle with shops, museums, day trips, excursions

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path with local pubs and cafe’s

Activities and Adventures

Enjoy the different experiences in Pembrokeshire from the coastal path to coasteering 

From Amroth in the South to St Dogmaels in the north of the county, the path takes in breath taking scenery over 186 miles.

Be brave and try something new!

Wild Moorland with an ancient history


Our nearest town is Narberth.  It’s  a popular destination for shoppers – renowned for its selection of independent shops  which cater for all interests.  There is a Community run swimming pool and leisure centre.  Narberth is on the Landsker Line and has a Norman castle and an award winning museum.  

Miles of tracks through ancient woodlands.

Canaston Woods

Enjoy a walk or cycle around these pretty woodlands in Pembrokeshire. There’s 420 acres to explore.

Castles & Heritage

Pembrokeshire’s landscape is peppered with everything from mysterious prehistoric tombs to medieval castles and Celtic religious shrines.

Situated in the rugged north Pembrokeshire landscape, Castell Henllys is a reconstructed Iron Age hill fort

Iron Age Hillfort near Crymych.  Just a short walk to reach it with great views of the surrounding countryside

The magnificent Carew Castle has a history spanning 2000 years. Set in a stunning location, overlooking a 23-acre millpond

Llawhaden Castle is a castle in the Pembrokeshire village of Llawhaden serene forest and rolling farmland

Neolithic Burial Chamber in the Preselis

Pembrokeshire’s finest stately home. Forty acres of some of the most beautiful woodland gardens

Experience the the sealife of Cardigan Bay and wildlife at Cilgerrin.


Home to Puffins and a great little island to explore

Whale and Dolphin watching boat trips

Nature Reserve with walks and cafe. Ducks, buffalo, wild birds

Family Days Out

Canoeing, bouldering, swimming or go and play in the parks. Pembrokeshire has activities suitable for all.

Fantastic day out for the family – tipi dining, bouldering wall and wakeboarding

Mountain biking, pump skill areas, walking trails, water and land activities, visitor centre and café

Award-winning family attraction in beautiful Pembrokeshire. 

There are 4 big attractions to cater for all the family: the zoo, the barn, fairground and play areas

Large play areas and trails

Wales’ only walking safari.  Whether you love lemurs, have a passion for tigers or want to wander with the wallabies

Indoor Entertainment

No need to travel far, to find interests for all the family

An award winning museum located in an original Customs Bonded Stores.  Discover more about the people and locality surrounding this market town

Spend a couple of hours working with clay and paint

All weather fun and play at our local community run pool.

We can’t recommend enough! This was the second time we have stayed at the cottage and it won’t be the last. Excellent facilities, location and feels very homely.

Great stay at Dyffryn Conin, lots of local activities close by. Peaceful and quiet house.

Lovely house, even better then the photos.  It was spotlessly clean and very well equipped.  The surroundings were beautiful.  Anne & Colin are very friendly and helpful with local recommendations.  We look forward to staying again soon.

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What's On

Llys y Fran Spring Fair 2024

9th March

Tenby Street Food Festival 2024

7th-9th June

2024 Tour of Pembrokeshire

27th April

Long Course Weekend

21st to 23rd June 2024

Narberth Food Festival 2024

28th and 29th September

Pembroke Castle Christmas Fair

Fri 29th November to Sunday, 1st December. Other Fairs in November and December include: Narberth, Picton Castle, Llys y Fran