Cafes west of Pembroke

The peninsular west of Pembroke might seem remote and uninhabited, but we’ve a surprising number of cafes: Ye Olde Worlde Cafe, Bosherston (http://www NULL.tripadvisor NULL.co NULL.uk/Restaurant_Review-g2643162-d4414007-Reviews-The_old_world_cafe-Bosherston_Pembrokeshire_Wales NULL.html) This is one of Pembrokeshire’s best-loved institutions. Ye Olde Worlde Cafe is a step back straight into the 1930’s/40’s. It used to be presided over by Auntie Vi, Read More …

Beach review – West Angle bay

West Angle bay takes a while to get to, located as it is beyond Angle out on the western tip of the southern peninsular. But with its sheltered location and multiple coves, it’s a fantastic beach for toddlers and smaller kids. It’s also great for more adventurous teenagers. In fact, it’s the beach Hannah’s grandparents Read More …

Britain’s best beaches 2011

It’s official: Pembrokeshire has more fabulous beaches than any other part of the UK. Keep Tidy have announced the 2011 Seaside Awards. Despite being smaller than England or Scotland, Wales has again received 75% of the Awards across the UK. In other words, three times as many as the whole of the rest of Britain. Read More …