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.

Wales is also a fantastic choice if you love to stargaze - 18% of the country is internationally recognised for its Dark Skies.


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.

The perfect location

There is so much variety in this ancient and magical land: 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.  

Trenewydd sits on the outskirts of St Dogmaels, a charming village set around the ruins of the Abbey. Head for the working watermill for home homemade bread, or there is small supermarket, a Post Office, a super fish and chip shop and a couple of good pubs. Cardigan, Moylegrove and Newport are within easy reach and great places to visit. The Preseli Mountains are a few minutes drive away, and the beautiful river Teifi winds gently through the area.

There is something for everyone in this amazing place... so book your break with us now!

Browse through some of the suggestions on these pages, or you can find more information at the following websites:

Visit Wales

Things to do in West Wales

10 best things to do in Pembrokeshire

Days out in West Wales

A day out with the kids

12 top-rated tourist attractions on the Pembrokeshire coastline 

Things to do in Ceredigion

Attractions of Cardigan Bay

100 things to do in Ceredigion

Days out

Unique events, experiences, adventures, and attractions. Visit theme parks or museums... whatever your passion, it's here for you.


With ancient castles, and long histories stretching back into the mists of time, Wales is the Castle Capital of Europe. There are over 600 to visit. Can you fit it all in?



Quirky, charming, beautiful... all words used to describe our wonderful towns here in Pembrokeshire. Make sure you find time to visit some!


2020 is the Year of Outdoors, says Visit Wales, and of course Wales is the home of coasteering... sound fun? Great. 

Food & Drink

There are many wonderful places to sit, relax, and enjoy a delicious meal... or simply have a warming or refreshing drink after a lovely day wandering the wilds of Wales.


Beautiful sandy beaches, stretching as far as the eye can see? Check. Dog-friendly? Check. Blue Flag Awards? Check. Remember your bucket and spade!

Walks & Hikes

There are so many options for those who like to put on their boots and just walk. Enjoy a stroll along a beach, or get energetic and hike the nearby mountains or Coastal Path.

Animals & Wildlife

A haven for wildlife, Pembrokeshire is a perfect base to visit farms and wildlife centres, or just see what you can spot - puffins, or bottlenose dolphins, anyone?

Country Markets

Visit one of our many local markets for some fresh produce, arts and crafts or mementos of your holiday. A great way to while away a morning.