places to visit

Manorbier

Manorbier. The most pleasant place by far

The village of Manorbier is blessed with three beaches: Precipe, Skrinkle and Manorbier. But its namesake beach is the most well-known, and historically, the best loved. As far back as the 1190’s, Gerald of Wales or Giraldus Cambrensis gave it a rave review. He described the village as “in all the broad lands of Wales, Manorbier is the most pleasant place by far” Read More …

Shell Cottage from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, photo by local glamping site Warren Farm, Wales
Freshwater West

Location, Location…

As you’ll no doubt know from other posts, our local beach, Fresh West, has hosted a couple of films. Pembrokeshire is a popular location for filming, and we’ve gathered a list of movies filmed at local locations Read More …

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

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

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