Beach review – Flimston

Flimston is often overlooked – literally, as it’s easily spotted from the cliff top – but not visited by many. You have to be quite an intrepid explorer to venture down to it. What it’s like One of our smaller beaches, it has golden sands liberally sprinkled with rocks. It’s one of the south-western-most beaches, Read More …

Beach review – Stackpole Quay

This tiny, and extremely sheltered, little cove was used as a private harbour for the former Stackpole House What it’s like Tiny, mostly rocky, cove, with an imposing Victorian stone quay. At low tide, you can walk across the beach to climb onto the Quay. At higher tides you’ll need to continue along the path Read More …

Beach review – Barafundle

Barafundle is one of the most spectacular beaches in Pembrokeshire. It used to only be known to locals. Now, with reviews in The Sunday Times and the like, it’s beauty is more widely known, meaning it can get busy in peak season. What it’s like An amazing medium sized beach of pale golden sand, backed Read More …

Christmas on the beach – Pembrokeshire style

We usually go for a walk on the beach on Boxing Day. It’s the perfect way to clear away the cobwebs and freshen up after a day of feasting. This year we had a change of agenda & made it to Freshwater West on Christmas Day. We caught the last of the very cold weather Read More …

Beach review: Freshwater West

Friends & family probably already know how this review is going to go, after all, Freshwater West is not only our favourite beach, it’s also the closest one to the farm. What it’s like Big sandy beach with extensive dunes and a moving line of shingle, west facing into the Atlantic. Fabulous beach for surfing, Read More …