Alli's Guidebook

Alli

Alli's Guidebook

Sightseeing
we are based 10 minutes walk to the coast path
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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
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we are based 10 minutes walk to the coast path
Amazing Castle well worth the visit
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Pembroke Castle
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Amazing Castle well worth the visit
wonderful visit, lovely little village, beach and norman church
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Manorbier Castle
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wonderful visit, lovely little village, beach and norman church
wonderful walk and castle visit
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Carew Castle & Tidal Mill
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wonderful walk and castle visit
historic building, worth a visit
Tudor Merchant's House
historic building, worth a visit
Golf
fantastic 18 hole course
Trefloyne Golf Course
3 Trefloyne Ln
fantastic 18 hole course
Historic 18 hole lynx course
Tenby Golf Club
Historic 18 hole lynx course
theme park
kids or young at heart theme park!
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Oakwood Theme Park
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kids or young at heart theme park!
Neighbourhoods
we are a mile away from Tenby, historic seaside town with lots to see and do
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Tenby
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we are a mile away from Tenby, historic seaside town with lots to see and do
Catch the boat to visit this wonderfully peaceful island,
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Caldey Island
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Catch the boat to visit this wonderfully peaceful island,
wonderful spot, lots of fishing trips and sightseeing trips from here
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Tenby Harbour
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wonderful spot, lots of fishing trips and sightseeing trips from here
Walk from Penally to Lydstep on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, to see these amazing views
Lydstep
Walk from Penally to Lydstep on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, to see these amazing views
short drive or bus ride to visit this wonderful little harbour walk through the tunnels to copper hall, drink some coffee and walk on to the next tunnel Wiseman bridge!
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Saundersfoot
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short drive or bus ride to visit this wonderful little harbour walk through the tunnels to copper hall, drink some coffee and walk on to the next tunnel Wiseman bridge!
very lovely spot to stop and take it all in...
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Wisemans Bridge
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very lovely spot to stop and take it all in...
Food Scene
Really special restaurant for those treat nights, 2 min walk from our BB
Rhosyn Restaurant
Really special restaurant for those treat nights, 2 min walk from our BB
lovely coffee and cake 5 min drive away
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Bubbleton Farm Shop and Cafe
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lovely coffee and cake 5 min drive away
love this place just sitting on castle beach, wonderful views, fab breakfasts, great coffee
The Dennis Cafe
love this place just sitting on castle beach, wonderful views, fab breakfasts, great coffee
little pub 5 min walk from our BB....good pub grub and well stocked bar
Cross Inn
little pub 5 min walk from our BB....good pub grub and well stocked bar
such a lovely spot full of history...lovely food here
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Plantagenet House
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such a lovely spot full of history...lovely food here
well worth a visit
Harbwr Tenby Harbour Brewery
well worth a visit
Christmas markets
Picton Castle Christmas Market Picton Castle near Haverfordwest is often one of the first to get into the festive spirit with a Christmas market taking place in November. Imagine a grand 13th Century stately home decked out in only the very best decorations, and that’s exactly what will welcome you at Picton Castle’s festive fairs. Held over two days, you can browse gift stalls throughout the corridors and out into the courtyard with refreshments available at Maria’s. There is an entry free but you might be spoilt with a complimentary mince pie or mulled wine. You might also be interested in booking onto the Christmas candlelight tours which take place throughout December  Pembroke Castle Christmas Market Pembroke Castle stands proudly in the centre of Pembroke, elevated beautifully over the serene mill-pond running through the town. A magnificent sight at any time of year, this medieval castle is truly magical during their Christmas Market weekend with fairly lights twinkling and seasonal decorations throughout. Each year in late November, this event kicks off on Friday evening with the arrival of Santa who stays for most of the weekend in his grotto on the grounds, right through until Sunday. Inside the castle walls you will find a fantastic selection of stalls offering handmade gifts, local produce and refreshments. Pembroke has even been known to conjure up snow especially for this Christmas market! The best thing about this event is that it is completely free to visit. If it’s a crisp clear day, take advantage of the free entry and climb to the top of the steps for fantastic views over the town and surrounding area. Carmarthen’s St Catherine’s Walk Christmas Fair If German-style Christmas markets are more your thing, you won’t want to miss the fair at St Catherine’s Walk in Carmarthen. The historical town comes to life with pretty wooden huts throughout the street offering all manners of gift ideas with something to suit everyone. Make an entire day of this outing and pop into Carmarthen’s indoor market (which is open all year round); you will also find a number of high street stores along this street too. Stop into one of the many eateries for a warming meal or cup of coffee. You could even stay for the evening and take in a film at the cinema or maybe head to the theatre for a seasonal performance of their pantomime.  Saundersfoot’s Christmas Festival This south county event in early December has all of the festive trimmings you might expect from such a seasonal festival. Taking place in the heart of Saundersfoot harbour, it’s true that this is certainly a scenic place to shop for your Christmas presents each year. Spread over an entire weekend, this Festival begins on Friday afternoon and contains a jam-packed itinerary year after year. Expect a wide collection of stallholders offering everything from locally brewed beer to Christmas decorations to handmade craft items. There are also cookery demonstrations and live music performances, as well as a fun fair and Santa’s Grotto for the little ones. There is a charge for this event, but usually you are issued with a wristband that allows you access for the whole weekend meaning there’s no need to fret if you want to take in some of the performances on multiple days – or if you need to go back a second day to buy something you should have bought the first time!
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פמברוקשייר
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Picton Castle Christmas Market Picton Castle near Haverfordwest is often one of the first to get into the festive spirit with a Christmas market taking place in November. Imagine a grand 13th Century stately home decked out in only the very best decorations, and that’s exactly what will welcome you at Picton Castle’s festive fairs. Held over two days, you can browse gift stalls throughout the corridors and out into the courtyard with refreshments available at Maria’s. There is an entry free but you might be spoilt with a complimentary mince pie or mulled wine. You might also be interested in booking onto the Christmas candlelight tours which take place throughout December  Pembroke Castle Christmas Market Pembroke Castle stands proudly in the centre of Pembroke, elevated beautifully over the serene mill-pond running through the town. A magnificent sight at any time of year, this medieval castle is truly magical during their Christmas Market weekend with fairly lights twinkling and seasonal decorations throughout. Each year in late November, this event kicks off on Friday evening with the arrival of Santa who stays for most of the weekend in his grotto on the grounds, right through until Sunday. Inside the castle walls you will find a fantastic selection of stalls offering handmade gifts, local produce and refreshments. Pembroke has even been known to conjure up snow especially for this Christmas market! The best thing about this event is that it is completely free to visit. If it’s a crisp clear day, take advantage of the free entry and climb to the top of the steps for fantastic views over the town and surrounding area. Carmarthen’s St Catherine’s Walk Christmas Fair If German-style Christmas markets are more your thing, you won’t want to miss the fair at St Catherine’s Walk in Carmarthen. The historical town comes to life with pretty wooden huts throughout the street offering all manners of gift ideas with something to suit everyone. Make an entire day of this outing and pop into Carmarthen’s indoor market (which is open all year round); you will also find a number of high street stores along this street too. Stop into one of the many eateries for a warming meal or cup of coffee. You could even stay for the evening and take in a film at the cinema or maybe head to the theatre for a seasonal performance of their pantomime.  Saundersfoot’s Christmas Festival This south county event in early December has all of the festive trimmings you might expect from such a seasonal festival. Taking place in the heart of Saundersfoot harbour, it’s true that this is certainly a scenic place to shop for your Christmas presents each year. Spread over an entire weekend, this Festival begins on Friday afternoon and contains a jam-packed itinerary year after year. Expect a wide collection of stallholders offering everything from locally brewed beer to Christmas decorations to handmade craft items. There are also cookery demonstrations and live music performances, as well as a fun fair and Santa’s Grotto for the little ones. There is a charge for this event, but usually you are issued with a wristband that allows you access for the whole weekend meaning there’s no need to fret if you want to take in some of the performances on multiple days – or if you need to go back a second day to buy something you should have bought the first time!