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Min y Nant Lodge is perfectly placed within a 10 minute walk of the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. This offers over 100 miles of spectacular coastal scenery.

What makes the Pembrokeshire Coast Path so interesting is the variety of landscapes you pass through on your way along it, ranging from steep limestone cliffs, undulating red sandstone bays, volcanic headlands and flooded glacial valleys.

With its fabulous landscape and unique Welsh villages, the countryside is captivating and enchanting. It is unspoilt and a perfect place to unwind and forget about the stress of city living.

There are miles and miles of footpaths, rights of way and bridle ways crisscrossing Pembrokeshire from the tranquil Daugleddau estuary to the rolling Preseli Hills and we welcome anyone who wishes to explore them. During each walk you will be amply rewarded with miles of varied and unspoilt views.


Pembrokeshire Coast National Footpath, Pembrokeshire
A spectacular 186 miles (299 km) long National Trail covering some of the most varied coastal scenery in Britain, stretching from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south.

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Pembrokeshire
This is Britain's only truly coastal National Park. It's a spectacular landscape of rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries and wild inland hills, and a place of sanctuary for wildlife.

Whale & Dolphin Watching, Ramsey Island (info from St Davids)
Voyages Of Discovery is the only company offering dedicated sailings to these spectacular waters. All our Rigid Hull Inflatables have been designed & built for this Offshore Route & are equipped with full inboard seating and the latest navigational aids. The Voyage is approximately two and half hours long. The Voyage departs from St Justinian (2 miles from St Davids) and firstly covers the south end of Ramsey Island. From there is westwards to the Irish Sea and the offshore Island of Grassholm. En route there are normally good sightings of harbour porpoise.

Marine Tours, (info from St Davids)
As featured in Mail on Sunday Holiday Section and as recommended in most authoritative guides, these boat trips specialise in providing guided marine tours of the inshore and offshore Pembrokeshire Islands. Conservationists our ethos is to provide a professional and interactive voyage that is suitable for all ages and abilities.

Sea Safari, Neyland Marina
The best seabird and wildlife experience in Britain. Exhilarating high speed Sea Safari to the islands of Skomer and Skokholm journeying through the infamous white water of 'Jack Sound' to the Skomer Marine Nature Reserve, cruising close to the thousands of Puffins, Guillemots, Razorbills, Kittiwakes, Fulmars, Cormorants, Shags, Seals and more. The favourites are the comical Puffins - also known as the Pembrokeshire Penguin!


Cycle Pembrokeshire
The network of virtually traffic free lanes that criss-cross the county make Pembrokeshire the perfect safe family cycling destination. The north of the county has some challenging routes that take you through the up and downs of the Preseli Hills and in the south the landscape changes and becomes gentle with rolling hills and peaceful waterways..

The Celtic Trail (Cycling)
This is the western end of a continuous cycle route that stretches from the Severn Bridge to the ferry at Pembroke Dock and on up to Fishguard and the ferry terminal at Goodwick Harbour. A few sections of the trail have been included here. They can either be used as one day "there & back again" routes or highlights of a longer route.

Pembrokeshire Falconry, Blackpool Mill & Clerkenhill Farm
Combining the experience of flying birds of prey with the gorgeous views of the Pembrokeshire countryside. Book your place today and enjoy one of our magical experiences. Tel. 07833 921421.

Bosherton Lakes, Bosherton
Three narrow valleys were flooded between 1780 and 1860 to create these tranquil and beautiful lakes, now an important nature reserve, great for walking. Best known for their covering carpet of lilies, which are at their best in June. A footpath winds its way around the banks to the spectacular beach at Broad Haven South. The ponds also offer good course fishing and are well stocked.

Hilton Gardens, nr Haverfordwest
Hilton Court, is one of Pembrokeshire's best keep secrets. Situated in 12 acres of outstanding beauty, in the National Coastal Park to the west of Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. Visitors are drawn to the beauty and tranquility of the delightful gardens and the breath-taking location overlooking St Brides Bay. At the centre you will find a Gallery, Pottery, Shops, Gardens, Tea Room and a Restaurant.