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Two friends enjoying a cycle ride through the woods - come cycling in Pembrokeshire & stay at Warren Farm, Wales

Cycling in Pembrokeshire

The wonderful Pembrokeshire Coast Path isn’t only for walkers. The stretch on our doorstep here at the farm is also open to cyclists, with a circular route taking in the Green Bridge of Wales, Stack Rocks and heading over to St Govan’s. Find other routes on the Cycle Pembrokeshire (https://www NULL.pembrokeshire NULL.gov NULL.uk/cycle-pembrokeshire) website: The


Walking the dog…

Out at Warren Farm, we’re happy to welcome any well-behaved dogs. And by well-behaved, we mean the simple things, like being human- & other dog-friendly; keeping the barking, whimpering & begging to a minimum; and not heading for the hills at the merest hint of an open gate. At Warren Farm, Wales Our dog, Jack,


Coasteering Wales

Coasteering is the most popular and fastest growing coastal activity in that you can do as a group in Britain today. Book a session with Coasteering Wales Read More …


Rave reviews

Facebook followers (you’re friends with WarrenFarm InWarren, right?) will have noticed our recent request for reviews. As part of our mission to help more people realise what wonders they’re missing out on by not popping down to Pembrokeshire, we’ve been asking for friends & visitors to write reviews for the bunkhouse on TripAdvisor & other

Molly’s a star

Jane found this YouTube clip of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path near the farm. Not only can you see the farm, but our beloved old sheep dog, Molly, also had a supporting role:

Blue Lagoon

Wings over Wales – part 2

Well, the excitement is over, the dives have been judged and the winner announced. And it was a win for Brit Gary Hunt. (http://warrenfarm NULL.wales/wp-content/uploads/red-bull-diving-wales-3 NULL.jpg) According to the Red Bull website, Gary was determined to win last weekend. Not just because he wants to win the series (for the fourth time, no less). Not

Russell rates relaxing at Fresh West

We’re not the only people that think Pembrokeshire is gorgeous. Here’s what the cast of Robin Hood thought of Freshwater West & beyond. Russell Crowe talks Not just Freshwater West Did you spot other similarly stunning Pembrokeshire sites? As well as Freshwater West, Tenby & Barafundle also seemed to take a starring role… More information

Weekend working

As you’ll have seen, we recently held our first weekend of the year. The weather so far this year hasn’t been great, so we planned for a mostly indoor weekend. The to-do list included lots of things to get the kitchen that little bit further on, but we also made space for a few outdoor

St Govan's Chapel

Piracy in Pembrokeshire

There are many links to piracy in Pembrokeshire history, from early pillaging trips by Vikings through to the renowned pirates Captain Henry Morgan and Paul Jones using Caldey Island as a mooring point. St Govan’s Chapel For example, along the coast to the east of the farm is the tiny chapel of St Govan. This

Full list of beaches

Part 2: Sand between our toes – beaches north of the Haven

As promised, here’s the list of beaches we’ve counted in the north of the county. Starting with beaches & coves north of Milford Haven/the Cleddau River, and continuing clockwise from the Haven up to the northern boundary of Pembrokeshire Gelliswick Sandy Haven Butts Bay Longoar Bay Lindsway Bay Wenall Bay Watch House Bay Musselwick Dale

Full list of beaches

Sand between our toes – beaches south of the Haven

We’ve had a few raised eyebrows at our claim that there are nearly 90 beaches in Pembrokeshire. It’s true to say that our total includes some very tiny, isolated beaches & coves, including some that you can only get to by sea, but we’re happy to prove our claim with Part 1 of a listing

Surf’s up!

(http://warrenfarm NULL.wales/surfs-up/lifesaver-at-fresh-west/)With the fantastic weather recently, we thought it might be a good idea to share some basic safety advice and remind you of factors you need to take into account when you go into the sea, particularly if you’re taking a surf or bodyboard into the water for the first time. Weather Waves Currents

Coast Path

Pembrokeshire Path pips Picchu

We like Cheapflights, if only for their taste in hiking trails. They’ve recently announced their top ten across the world, and what do you know, Pembrokeshire topped the list… Read More …

South Beach, Tenby

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.