Attractions for Free in Pembrokeshire
It does not cost anything to have fun in Pembrokeshire
Find one of the many attractions and events available to visit for free in Pembrokeshire. With something to offer year round, you are sure to find something to do without having to pay a penny.
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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.
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.
Wild About Pembrokeshire!
Wild about Pembrokeshire! run by Julia Horton-Powdrill, offers wild food foraging walks and courses that will introduce you to ingredients and materials from the wild.
Located at the foothill of the Preseli Mountains, Llys-y-frân occupies an impressive 350 acres of woodland and grassland, with a stunning lake at its centre. Opened in summer 2021, the brand new Visitor Centre and Activity Centre offer superb facilities and visitor experiences. Open all year round, there’s a whole range of activities on land[...]
At the well-known and popular Dragon Palace Chinese Restaurant, the many years of perfecting Chinese cuisine are all highlighted here. Situated near the seaside resort of Tenby our team of chefs have had decades of experience.
Fynnone Arms is a traditional pub dating from the 18th Century which is full of Welsh charm. Serving real ales and fine wines. Our food menus cater for a variety of dietary requiremnets
Just 5 miles south of Pembroke, Stackpole is a unique combination of natural and man-made landscapes.
Cuddfan Feasts, was born out of our love for nature & great food. We’re based in the heart of Pembrokeshire, in our woodland tipi, hosting delicious dining events under the trees as well as private events and corporate bookings. CUDDFAN. noun. meaning ‘Hideaway’ pronounced (Cuth-van)
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.
Established in 2016, Velfrey Vineyard occupies a gentle south facing slope of the Lampeter Vale in the south Pembrokeshire countryside. They have over 4,000 vines planted across 3 acres We are a family run vineyard and pride ourselves on our attention to every detail. The vines are planted in a clay loam, a soil type[...]
Fishguard Artisans was created with the aim to bring together local artists and craftspeople to sell their products in a friendly, co-operative environment. Our artisans produce a wide range of creations including: jewellery, art, knitting, felting, photography, candles, food and drink, and ceramics. These are then sold through the Fishguard Artisans shop in Fishguard.
Handmade in Wales