We really are ideal for your next holiday or short break. The county is skirted by 200 miles of coastal footpath, mostly under the custodianship of the National Park. The coastal path takes you through small fishing villages, harbours, creeks and estuaries and along miles and miles of golden sands.
Exciting boat trips are available to the offshore islands – see all kinds of wildlife, from nesting puffins, guillemots skimming the waves and grey seals lounging on rocks. Perhaps even a dolphin or whale. And don’t miss Pembrokeshire’s world famous beaches while you’re at it.
To the north east, the magnificent Preseli Hills dominate an ancient landscape rich in myth and legend. If it’s seclusion, hill walking, wildlife and incredible views you’re after, they’re a great place to be. You might even spot Ireland on a clear day!
Just to the west lies the awesomely rugged St David’s Peninsula, with its mini Cathedral City. Meanwhile, the many attractions of South Pembrokeshire are waiting to be enjoyed.
If you’re seeking outdoor activity holidays in Pembrokeshire, or just a spot of outdoors action, Sealyham Adventure Centre is literally just down the road, and other centres are within easy reach, each offering their own unique mix of activities such as kayaking and coasteering.
And family holidays wouldn’t be complete without an excursion to one of the county’s many family theme parks, from Folly Farm to Manor House Wildlife Park.
Wolfscastle Country Hotel