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Blue Flag Beaches
Pembrokeshire National Park countryside location set in within 10 acres.
We are in an ideal location for you to explore the stunning Pembrokeshire coast line and award blue flag beaches 3.8 miles to sandy Broadhaven South beach, it is popular for swimming and with families, kite-surfers, anglers, body-boarders and canoeists and 4 miles to Barafundle Bay (both National Trust) 5 miles to Freshwater West which is popular for surfers, we are also close to Angle & Stackpole and within driving distance Tenby, Saundersfoot, Manorbier, Skrinkle Haven, Marloes, Broad Haven north and Dale. There is a wealth of wildlife and rare plants in the SSSI area.
Local pubs include St. Govan’s Country Inn & Stackpole Inn which are both within 3 miles from us.
Barafundle Bay, Stackpole Quay, Bosherston Lily Ponds, and St Govan’s Chapel within walking distance. A wealth of wildlife and rare plants in the SSSI area.
Pembroke & Manorbier castles, Oakwood Leisure Park and Bluestone are within driving distance as is the cathedral city of St Davids; the Victorian seaside town of Tenby; the magnificent castle/ tidal mill at Carew; Dylan Thomas’ Laugharne; Caldey Island with its monastery, and the bird and seal sanctuary on Skomer Island.
Easy access to many local attractions such as Bluestone, Oakwood, Folly Farm, Heatherton, Pembrokeshire Wake Park, Battlefield Live, the Dinosaur Park etc.
With its amazing coastline, Pembrokeshire has so many beaches to choose from: Venture along the coast to find exquisite coves and beaches at Stackpole, Barafundle, Broadhaven, Freshwater West /East, Angle, or my personal favourite; Swanlake bay
If you enjoy stretching your legs there are 186 miles of Pembrokeshire’s outstanding coastal path to explore; encompassing Blue Flag beaches, awesome seascapes, and secret coves.
The picturesque Bosherston Lily ponds, Broadhaven and Barafundle beaches attract international recognition.
Parke Farm also makes a great base for discovering Pembroke, Carew and Manorbier Castles, or the peaceful grounds of Lamphey Palace and St David’s Cathedral.
Younger and active guests may find the thrilling attractions of Folly Farm, Bluestone, Anna’s Welsh Zoo, Pembrokeshire Wake Park, Heatherton, Oakwood, or the Dinosaur Park.
Park Farm also offers a superb base for activity holidays. enjoy wakeboarding, sailing, coasteering, swimming, running, kitesurfing, fishing, climbing, golf, diving, kayaking, quad biking, mountain biking, cycling, canoeing, stand-up-paddle boarding then Pembrokeshire is the place to try them out or increase your skills.
Forget the crowds in Cornwall and find your own slice of heaven in Pembrokeshire. Why not enjoy boat trips to the islands of Caldey or Skomer, or a coastal cruise showcasing the wildlife and seabirds.
As you can see, I’m passionate about my County of Pembrokeshire. I’m very happy to suggest ideas to help you make the most of your stay.
Come and see us. It’s a lovely, friendly place. Easy to get to but difficult to leave.