Warren is on a peninsula in the bottom left hand corner of Wales, sea to the west, sea to the south and Milford Haven to the north. Although we are way out in the country we are easy to find,the roads are good and, apart from the odd tractor, traffic free.
At the end of the M4, take the A48 west to Carmarthen, the A40 to St Clears, then the A477 towards Pembroke Dock, bearing left on the A4075 to Pembroke. At Pembroke you head South on the B4139 towards Castlemartin.
After some recent roadworks, the priority has changed & you now have to turn left at the top of the hill, signposted towards Castlemartin & Bosherston.
This road will wiggle around a bit and eventually turn westwards, stay on it for about 5 miles. You should then see a church with a steeple on the horizon to your right, that is what you are aiming for. You will come across an army camp on your left (with two big tanks outside), take the next right turning through Merrion and head up to the church.
You have arrived at Warren, the farmhouse is the big building on your right. Go past the house and you will see a farm gate on your right, that is where you can park.