Extend your stay in Pembrokeshire

Turn BBC Music's Biggest Weekend in Swansea into a HUGE weekend in Pembrokeshire.

You know the feeling you get after a great gig, and Big Weekend is guarenteed to be that, you don't want the weekend to end so after all that hard partying why not extend your stay, head out west to Pembrokeshire and chill.

Make the most of it, it's a Bank Holiday weekend & you deserve a break after all that dancing!

Only one and quarter hours drive from all the action in Singleton Park what could be better than relaxing on the beach, maybe a BBQ with a long cool drink, taking in the sunset and reliving every, single, moment of an epic day.

BBQ on beach

Image: ©Honey's Midford Cider

Campsite with a view

Image: © profanity_jane

We have plenty of accommodation, everything from campsites to keep you in the festival spirit or try an array of unusual accommodation: yurts, tipees, hobbit houses, geo domes and Shepherd Huts.

You could even stay in a seaside flat, a cosy secluded cottage, a farm or even a castle - you choose.

And depending on how energetic you feel, you could sneak in that surfing lesson you've always wanted to take or experience our coastline by kayak. After all it is our Year of the Sea.

Kayaking with Ellie Ross

Soak up the chilled vibes with a stroll in our epic landscape, (we have plenty of instagrammable places to visit) or head out at night to gaze at the stars.

Broad Haven south stars

Which ever you choose you're going to have a epic weekend. Now all you need is a ticket. Good luck!

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 I have never been tempted by going abroad....I would much rather come to Pembrokeshire (usually Nolton Haven)...spectacular scenery and fantastic beaches 
Nicky Berry, Facebook

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