As I turned the pages of the August edition of Good Housekeeping, the double page coastal landscape caught my eye as being unmistakingly familiar. Travel editor David Wickers highlights his favourite place for walkers – “the 186-mile long coast path that hugs the National Park coast of Pembrokeshire. The scenery is magnificent, the birdlife amazing and even in the height of summer you can find yourself alone with just the cacophony of seabirds and the thrashing of waves for company.”
There is something very special about Pembrokeshire and every year we are delighted to welcome more ‘first timers’ to our cottages, as well as lots of lovely regular guests who are already ‘under the Pembrokeshire spell’! We never become complacent ourselves and are aware of the privilege it is to live and work in our beautiful county. This image of ‘The Green Bridge’ was taken last weekend when we drove out to see the magnificent Stack Rocks covered at this time of year with nesting guillemots and razorbills – a fabulous sight to behold. Recent guests have been rising early and leaving to catch the boats to Skomer Island for a day of puffin watching, taking in seals and the teeming birdlife on the short journey. Sheer magic! If you’ve never been, put Pembrokeshire on your ‘to do’ list. It’s well worth it!