New style accommodation with the same great views.
Bunk houses and hostels in Pembrokeshire have gone all posh; contemporary decor, private rooms for couples and families as well as the traditional bunk rooms which are still great for groups of friends.
One thing that hasn’t changed is the incredible locations, in out of the way places providing a welcome refuge at the end of a long days walking or family adventure.Clinging to hillsides and perched on towering seas cliffs, Pembrokeshire’s hostels provide the perfect base to explore the diverse and ever changing Pembrokeshire landscape.Search for hostels and bunkhouses in Pembrokeshire.
Blessed with stunning countryside and coast line, Pembrokeshire is fast becoming a leading food destination, with regular food festivals and artisan producers.
Walking, cycling, horse riding and train are some of the more obvious ways to explore Pembrokeshire. But how about coasteering, kayaking, sailing or paddleboarding?
When it comes to ice cream in Pembrokeshire: we’ve got it licked! Fields of cows and artisan ice cream makers across the county are ready to serve up the best ice cream and sorbets Wales has to offer.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.