Out and About in Pembrokeshire
Manorbier Castle is well worth a visit. It was the birthplace of the 12th century scholar “Giraldus Cambrensis” or Gerald of Wales a scholar, churchman, reformer and advisor to English Kings. He described Manorbier as ” …the pleasantest spot in Wales”.
Explore the Norman Church and Neolithic Burial Chamber overlooking Manorbier Bay.
Walking in Pembrokeshire
Over the last few years the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path has won many awards and forms part of the All Wales Coast Path. National Geographic voted the Pembrokeshire Coastal National Park as number 2 in the world.
Walkers have the opportunity to enjoy the landscape, geology, wildlife and the flowers.
There are plenty of circular walks close by, notably Stackpole Estate and Bosherston Lily Ponds where you can visit Barafundle and Broad Haven beaches.
The Conservation Islands
There are summer breeding migrants on Skomer and Skomer Nature Reserve Islands which include Puffins, Auks and different variety of gulls. They are also famous for one of the largest colonies in the UK of Manx Shearwaters.
Carew Castle andPembroke Castle is close to Manorbier. Pembroke castle is the birthplace of Henry VII and the Tudor dynasty.
St. David’s is the UK’s smallest city with its magnificent Cathedral and Bishops Palace.
Tenby has won many awards for its harbour and blue flag beaches. you can explore the Tudor Merchants House and the museum Caldey Island with its community of Cistercian Monks can be reached by a short boat ride from Tenby.
What my guests say
Sarah, Neil, Hannah and Logan “…If you have the opportunity visit the castle, it is lovely inside.”
Hartmut and Christa “..we followed your advice to go to Stackpole Quay. It was a fantastic walk…”
Geoff and Jackie ” Katherine gave lots of useful tips and local information”
Brenda and Harry ” ..Katherine is a generous host and gave lots of great advice about seeing the Puffins”