Arts & crafts in Pembrokeshire
Artists and craftspeople gravitate to this part of south-west Wales, attracted by the seascapes, quality of light and that special Celtic magic that comes with the territory.
Three must-visits are the gallery at Oriel y Parc Landscape Gallery in St Davids and Tenby Museum and Gallery, home to world-class artists such as Graham Sutherland who described Pembrokeshire as a ‘land of exultant strangeness’ and other artistic superstars Augustus and Gwen John, Kyffin Williams and John Piper to name just a few. The Riverside Gallery in Haverfordwest showcases items of both local and national importance in conjunction with The National Library of Wales.
Crafty hotspots can be found across Pembrokeshire. There are galleries and workshops everywhere, in tiny villages and tucked away down country lanes high in Preseli Mountains. Head to Haverfordwest, Narberth, Milford Marina, Newport, St Davids, Saundersfoot, just to name a few if you want to browse several shops. Also, look out for the Pembrokeshire Craft Makers exhibitions.
Pembrokeshire has no end of talent; you’re bound to see something you just have to take home!
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The Big Retreat Wales
We are a feel-good festival, in every sense of the word. – for us, feel good is just as much about an icy gin and tonic as it is a yoga class, because The Big Retreat is all about balance.
Milford Waterfront is a great place for a day out! Independent shopping, leisurely coffees with a great view, delicious eats at one of the many cafés and restaurants, boat trips, Milford Haven Museum, ten pin bowling, art galleries, and regular festivals and events mean there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Stackpole Walled Gardens
The 6 acre walled garden on the Stackpole Estate was created around 1770 to provide vegetables and fruit for Sir John Campbell (Lord Cawdor) and his family.
HARBWR Tenby Harbour Brewery
HARBWR is a Craft Brewery and Taproom, brewing a range of core ales just above the historic and beautiful Tenby Harbour.
Dyfed Shire Horse Farm
A fun day out for all the family. Shire horses, sheep, pigs, donkeys & llamas. Daily timetable of activities including, horse cart rides, tractor trailer tour & horse harnessing demonstrations.
Tuk Tuk Time
Toot toot! Fasten your seatbelts, because the best way to experience the Pembrokeshire coastline is here
Owned by the same family since 1912, over 30 local people work at the mill and their products can be found in design-led shops and smart hotels, on film and TV. You can watch the weaving Mon to Fri and there is a mill shop, cafe and picnic area open 7 days a week.
The castle’s basic plan is almost rectangular, and consists of a sturdy battlemented curtain wall with niches and powerful corner towers, impressive gatehouse, a complex hall-range, and a huge barn.
Bubbleton Farm Shop & Cafe
Bubbleton Farm Shop is passionate about producing quality local produce for local people. We connect them with their food.
An enormous oval castle, mostly surrounded by a serene mill pond. Extensively restored in Victorian times, it’s dominated by the complex gatehouse on the outside and the huge circular keep.
Cliff Restaurant at St Brides Spa Hotel
The Cliff Restaurant is located on a cliff top with panoramic views of Saundersfoot harbour, beach and coastline.
The Georges is a cafe bar, restaurant and shop with a commitment to ethical trading and local produce. But we are also dedicated to fun: good food, good wine, good service and a relaxed atmosphere.