Boat trips in Pembrokeshire
A wildlife boat trip will bring you within touching distance of seabirds jostling for space on tiny ledges on sea cliffs or bring you, literally, face to face with a cheeky Ramsey Island seal who pops up from nowhere to see who’s on the trip today.
If dolphins or porpoises are on your ‘bucket list’ then you’re in the right place. Take one of the longer trips out to the Celtic Deep to see common dolphin, maybe Bottlenose or Risso’s dolphin plus you might be really lucky to see a whale.
Fishing trips are also very popular especially on the south coast around Tenby and Saundersfoot. It’s a perfect way to introduce children to the delights of fishing. The boat operators will provide you with all the kit and instruction, you just bring the patience.
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Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
There’s so much fun to be had at Folly Farm; from the farmyard friends in the Jolly Barn, to Wales’ only giraffes in the spectacular zoo.
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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.
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The Bristol Trader
One of Pembrokeshire’s most famous pubs with a riverside location on the Old Quay just 200 yards from the town centre.
The Mulberry Restaurant
The Mulberry Restaurant is situated near the harbour of Saundersfoot. There are tables outside, where you can watch the world go by. The interior of the Restaurant has a warm, intimate design, ideal for family dining, or the more romantic dinner for two.
St Davids Cathedral Festival
World class music in the most beautiful city in Wales. 2022 headliners include BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Voces8 and Rachel Podger, Florilegium, Connaught Brass, the Jess Gillam Ensemble, British Sinfonietta, Morriston Orpheus Choir and the NHS Choir singing the Jubilee Prom in the Palace. Runs Friday 27 May to Sunday 5 June.
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The Grove - Narberth
Nestling in the heart of the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, The Grove is one of Wales’s finest restaurants and a leading small luxury hotel.
We’re all about real food, prepared and cooked fresh to order by our kitchen team using the very best local and British produce.
Where the seafood is as honest as the welcome AWARD-WINNING LOCATION, SEAFOOD & SERVICE Nationwide recognition as one of the best and most exciting places to eat fresh fish in Pembrokeshire.
The Shed Fish & Chip Bistro
The Shed is a relaxed & informal fish & chip bistro in the renowned village of Porthgain, situated on the Pembrokeshire coast path, serving our own caught and local fish & shellfish; landed daily & served within hours.
Saundersfoot Harbour is a bustling fishing and leisure harbour idyllically perched between the Blue Flag beaches of Saundersfoot and Coppet Hall, and the dog-friendly Glen Beach and Swallow Tree Cove. Home to the Wales International Coastal Centre, there’s plenty to do from shopping and heritage to crabbing and water sports.
Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre
Explore over 200 years of Pembrokeshire’s Maritime, Military and Social History. Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is an all-weather family attraction in the heart of Wales’ only Royal Dockyard. Our new exhibition ‘The Millennium Falcon – The Last Ship Built in the Royal Pembroke Dockyard’ is now open.