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Easter break in Pembrokeshire

Easter break in Pembrokeshire.  Spring is in the air and it’s a wonderful time to visit Pembrokeshire and experience the freedom of the beaches and coastal views closest to us.  Manorbier with it’s fantastic rock pools is great for the children.  Tenby, Saundersfoot and beautiful Barafundle Bay are pristine and just waiting to be explored!   Attractions practically on our doorstep include Heatherton Country Park, Manor House Wildlife Park and The Dinosaur Park and provide fun for all the family – not forgetting Folly Farm and Oakwood theme park.

Our country lanes are great for cycling and we’ve 3 wonderful castles within a few miles!   We can offer a great family stay at East Jordeston Cottages and to start off your fun filled Easter holiday your very own Easter egg hunt will be waiting for you in your cottage when you arrive!

Sandra at Stack Rocks

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – 60th anniversary

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – 60th anniversary.  Britain’s only Coastal National Park celebrates this special milestone on 29 February.  Known primarily for the 186mile/299km Pembrokeshire Coast Path and taking the serious walker around two weeks to complete, it is a demanding but very rewarding trail from Amroth in the south to St. Dogmael’s in the north. From May the path will link in to the Wales Coastal Path, the world’s first National Trail.

Pembrokeshire offers other delights to the visitor – offshore islands such as Skomer and Ramsey are important wildlife havens and beneath the coastal waters the marine nature reserves and ancient wrecks entice divers to the natural beauty beneath.  There are picturesque harbours, soaring cliffs, small sandy coves and glorious, clean, long golden beaches – more Blue Flag beaches than any other county.  The mild Atlantic sea breezes ensure some of the UK’s best surfing beaches and the fun filled activity of ‘coasteering’ came into being in Pembrokeshire (in our younger days it was simply called scrambling around the rocks and jumping into the water!).

No part of Pembrokeshire is more than 12 miles from the sea and inland, the peaceful river estuaries and wooded valleys contrast with the dramatic Preseli Hills – wonderful to explore by bike or on horseback.  It is a small county with many contrasts – a place to challenge yourself with fun filled activities of all kinds or a place to simply unwind and relax in our ozone rich air.  Pembrokeshire would love to welcome you during it’s special diamond anniversary year,  and so would we!

Happy anniversary to our glorious Pembrokeshire Coast National Park!


Oakwood Theme Park In Pembrokeshire

Oakwood Theme Park Pembrokeshire is one of the most popular attractions in Wales. Each year, hoards of people flock to Oakwood in Pembrokeshire with their families to experience the thrills and spills that Oakwood has to offer. Amazing rides and total fun for all the family, Oakwood offers great value for money and is guaranteed to keep the children happy.

For old and young there is plenty of fun to be had at Oakwood. For the thrill seekers there are Megafobia, Speed, Hydro, Vertigo and the Bounce.  Megafobia is a wooden roller coaster, voted ‘Best in the World’ for four years.  Speed is a steel rollercoaster with a beyond vertical drop – unbelievable and totally amazing.  Hydro is a water coaster with a thrilling descent into a pool of water.  The Bounce is a 160 ft Shot ‘n Drop tower coaster which shoots riders into the air at speeds of 70kph.  Vertigo is a 50m high sky coaster which reaches speeds of up to 110kph – the closest experience to free flight you can imagine.  All in all a fantastic day out!

Bararundle Bay Sign

Best Coastal Walks In Pembrokeshire

Best Coastal Walks In Pembrokeshire. Pembrokeshire boasts some of the best coastal walks in the UK.  The Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail twists and turns its way through 186 miles of  breathtaking scenery from rugged cliff tops and sheltered coves to wide-open beaches and winding estuaries.  There is no doubt that Pembrokeshire is one of the most popular destinations for coastal walks not only in Wales but the UK and people from all over the world come every year to experience the natural beauty that the Pembrokeshire coastline has to offer.  Last year, The Independent voted The Pembrokeshire Coast Path as its ‘best summer walk’ but we think it’s fantastic at any time of year!

One of the finest stretches of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and a favourite walk of ours, is the circular walk from Stackpole Quay along the headland to stunning Barafundle Bay (again voted best beach in 2011 by  The Sunday Mirror and The Independent).  The walk continues on to Broad Haven beach, around Bosherston Lily Ponds and back to Stackpole Quay.  It takes  about 1.5hrs to complete this magical walk through scenery which ranges from the calm relaxed lakeside, with it’s mass of water lilies in June, through the exhilaration of cliff top views and two wonderful sandy beaches.  Don’t miss it!

Lamb at East Jordeston

Folly Farm In Pembrokeshire

Folly Farm In Pembrokeshire Wales is one of the most popular tourist attractions, especially for children.  It’s a great day out with plenty of enjoyment for adults too!  A family day out at Folly Farm is fantastic value for money and there is no need to worry about your energy levels as there are plenty of restaurants and food outlets for a pit stop to  re-fuel your family.

With six fun-filled amusement and activity zones, some of which are undercover, there is something for everyone to enjoy. So, when you are looking for fun things to do for all the family, whatever the weather, look no further than Folly Farm.

Farms and funfairs have a long shared history as farmers used to use hiring fairs as a means of finding people to work their land.  Folly Farm has brought together under one roof some of the most important funfair rides in British fair history, including Golden Gallopers, chair-o-planes, dodgems, the Lakin Skid, the Cake Walk, the Rock ‘n Roll Waltzer, the Royal Coronation Speedway and many more.