The coastal waters of Pembrokeshire provide outstanding opportunities for sea anglers interested in a wide range of species. The rivers Cleddau, Nevern, Taf and Teifi, together with inland lakes, also offer fantastic fishing opportunities.
The Western Cleddau, which flows through Wolfscastle, is renowned for its salmon and trout fishing. Nearby Llys-y-Fran Reservoir is the largest game fishery in South West Wales, with rainbow and wild brown trout.
Pembrokeshire’s quiet rural roads offer superb cycling, so Wolfscastle Country Hotel is ideal for cyclists.
The Celtic Trail West, a National Cycle Route which weaves its way between Swansea and Fishguard, passes through this part of Pembrokeshire, and there are some great cycle routes which have been created by Pembrokeshire Greenways.
Llys-y-Fran Country Park and Reservoir includes an undulating and, in places, demanding track for cyclists, which follows the perimeter of the reservoir. Cycles and helmets can be hired from the park’s shop. You can also enjoy some great walks at Llys-y-Fran too. Bikes can be hired locally, including the drop off and pick up services.
There are many other outdoor activities which can be enjoyed locally too, from Pembrokeshire’s very own sport of coasteering to beach surfing, kayaking and kitesurfing.
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