SEE AND DO
Walking | Cycling | Beaches | Mountains | Days Out | Wildlife | Dolphin-watching | Family Time - Pembrokeshire Has Everything
There is so much to do in this wonderful and very special part of Wales. Its rugged and beautiful landscape is known in Welsh as Gwlad Hud a Lledrith, which means Land of Magic and Enchantment.
Trenewydd Farm is nestled on the North Pembrokeshire coastline, near the picturesque villages of Moylegrove and St Dogmaels. We are on the edge of the famous Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and just a stone's throw from the Coastal Path - craggy cliffs and pebbled coves meet rolling sand dunes and miles of sandy beaches, many of which are dog friendly. This stretch of coastline was voted second only to New Zealand, according to National Geographic.
We're only a few minutes from our adjacent county of Ceredigion, which has peaceful farms, spectacular mountains and stunning sandy coves as far as the eye can see. You won't find arcades and fairs, but you will feel the sand beneath your toes and wander round picturesque fishing towns and villages. With its expansive dairy farms set among green pastures and gently flowing rivers, Ceredigion is renowned as one of the best cheese producing regions in Europe. There are many wonderful award winning restaurants and food producers here, so you certainly won't go hungry! Not to be outdone, we also have fantastic distilleries such as In The Welsh Wind and Dà Mhìle.
Wales is also a fantastic choice if you love to stargaze - 18% of the country is internationally recognised for its Dark Skies. Nearby Poppit Sands (10 minutes away) is one of eight Dark Sky Discovery Sites along the Pembrokeshire coast so why not head there on a clear night and see what you can see?
The perfect location
There is so much here, whatever your interests: ancient forts, steam railways, golf courses, outdoor activities, wildlife, nature, walking, cycling, coasteering (invented here in Wales!), Victorian seaside towns and majestic coastlines, stately homes and gardens, art galleries, restaurants - the list truly is endless.
Locally, head for St Dogmaels' working watermill for home homemade bread, or there is small supermarket, a Post Office, a super fish and chip shop and a community pub, The White Hart. Our town of Cardigan, less than 10 minutes away, is a great places to visit with its charming and eclectic shops and wonderful places to eat. The Preseli Mountains are a few minutes drive away behind, the coast is a few minutes in front, and the beautiful river Teifi winds gently through the area.
When asked, "why Pembrokeshire?" one of our guests told us, "we come every year, we can't stay away - there's just something so special about it." And if you need any further persuasion to come to the most amazing, wonderful, and magical place in the world, take a look at these inspirational photos.
There is something for everyone in this amazing place... so book your break with us now!
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