SEE AND DO
Walking | Cycling | Bird Watching | Beaches | Mountains | Days out | Wildlife | Dolphin-spotting | Family Time. Pembrokeshire Has Everything.
There is so much to do in this wonderful and enchanting corner of Wales; its plethora of breath-taking landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture make it an ideal holiday destination. From majestic mountains to stunning coastlines, Pembrokeshire has something to offer every type of traveller. This rugged and beautiful landscape is known in Welsh as Gwlad Hud a Lledrith, which means Land of Magic and Enchantment and you don't have to be here long to see why.
Trenewydd Farm is nestled on the North Pembrokeshire coastline, near the picturesque villages of Moylegrove and St Dogmaels and the gorgeous, quaint, ancient market town of Cardigan. St Dogmaels earned recognition from The Times as one of the 'Best places to live in Wales 2022', while TimeOut lauds Cardigan as the third best place in the UK to visit in 2023, saying that "West Wales remains criminally underappreciated, and charming Cardigan might be its finest spot. This is an old-fashioned Welsh market town with a dazzling creative streak, a beautiful place with fascinating history and countless ways to tell it." Both are well worth a visit during your stay with us.
Our location also borders the renowned Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with the Coastal Path just a stone's throw away. Here, craggy cliffs and pebbled coves meet rolling sand dunes and vast sandy beaches, many of which welcome your four-legged friends. In fact, National Geographic ranks this coastal stretch as second only to New Zealand in terms of its breathtaking beauty.
West Wales is home to a diverse range of wildlife, thanks to its varied landscapes, including coastal areas, woodlands, wetlands, and hills. It's a birdwatcher's paradise, with coastal areas like Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay being home to seabirds such as puffins, guillemots, and razorbills. You may spot Peregrine Falcons during your stay, as these magnificent birds of prey can often be seen nesting on cliffs along the rugged coastlines. It's common to see Buzzards in the area, often sitting on top of telgraph poles, and Red Kites have also been successfully reintroduced to the area.
The rivers and streams in West Wales are habitats for various freshwater fish species, including brown trout and salmon, and exploring the rocky shorelines and sandy beaches can reveal a rich variety of seashore creatures, including crabs, starfish, and a myriad of marine plants and animals. The waters off the coast are rich in marine life. You can often see seals, dolphins, and even whales in Cardigan Bay, which is particularly famous for its resident population of bottlenose dolphins, while wooded areas are home to badgers and foxes. There are various nature reserves and wetlands that attract a wide variety of butterflies and dragonflies. The Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve is one such place where you can observe these colourful insects, and the BBC's Autumnwatch was filmed here in 2022.
Venturing just a few minutes beyond our borders, you'll find Ceredigion, a county known for its tranquil farms, striking mountains, and picturesque sandy coves that seem to stretch to the horizon. While you won't encounter bustling arcades and amusement parks, you will relish the sensation of sand beneath your feet and the charm of idyllic fishing towns and villages. Ceredigion is celebrated for its expansive dairy farms set amidst lush pastures and meandering rivers, earning it a well-deserved reputation as one of Europe's premier cheese-producing regions. The region also boasts numerous award-winning restaurants and food producers, ensuring you'll savor every bite. Additionally, you'll find exceptional distilleries such as In The Welsh Wind and Dà Mhìle to explore.
For those with an affinity for stargazing, Wales beckons with its dark, star-filled skies. A remarkable 18% of the country holds international recognition for its Dark Skies. Nearby Poppit Sands, just a brief 10-minute journey away, is one of eight Dark Sky Discovery Sites along the Pembrokeshire coast. We invite you to venture there on a clear night and let the wonders of the cosmos unfold before your eyes.
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, bird watching, coasteering (originating right here in West Wales!), Victorian seaside towns and majestic coastlines, stately homes and gardens, art galleries, museums, restaurants - the list truly is endless.
Locally, head for the working watermill in St Dogmaels for flour or homemade bread, and there is small supermarket, a Post Office, a super fish and chip shop and a community pub, The White Hart. 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.
In this extraordinary place, there truly is something for everyone, so why wait? Book your break with us now! and embark on your own unforgettable Pembrokeshire adventure!
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