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Best things to do in Pembrokeshire

“Great place to visit good accessibility for wheelchairs with some rides too.”
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Amusement Park
“Join Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, Charlie Bucket and all your favourite fairytale characters at Oakwood Theme Park - it’s a little slice of fantasy with lots of fun rides thrown in. Come face-to-face with scary ghosts and monsters on Spooky Street – home to all the ghastliest creatures in Oakwood. Put your bravery to the test on the ‘Creepy Crawler’ ride and enter the Witch Hunt scare maze (only if you dare). Bounce away at the Cauldrons mini-trampolines, before recharging with a spooktacular meal at the Haunt pizzeria. From here journey to Neverland where you can join the Lost Boys on a swashbuckling adventure aboard the Jolly Roger Pirate Ship.”
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“An afternoon spent here never disappoints no matter how many times you have been. Wander down the 39 steps to the Cathedral, and once inside remember to look up at the ceilings ”
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“Rainy Day? Theatre Mwldan in Cardigan is our nearest cinema Live theatre stage and 3-screen cinema. ”
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“Fantastic Stonebake handmade pizzas, breads and delicious sweets.. Great atmosphere but check they are open before going as opening times vary throughout the year Great coffee, welsh craft beers & wine in a riverside courtyard.”
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“A quick stop off just around the corner at this amazing bakery for some supplies for a late picnic on the beach.”
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“Circular walk around the Mill Pond. Easy walking with good views of the castle. Carew Inn is great for a pub lunch and very close to the castle. ”
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“A hidden gem! Park at the National Trust carpark and the beach can be found after a short but beautiful 10–15 min walk. Far stretching views of the sea as you walk. The beach can be accessed by some fairly steps down but well worth the effort. Beautiful clean beach, sand and sea. Stunning, secluded cove”
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“A great sociable traditional pub ,with gardens and undercover marquee with heating! Good food and lovely Sunday lunches evening entertainment ie bands etc buzzing pub!”
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“If you love your historic buildings, you’ll definitely enjoy a day at Cardigan Castle! The attraction is comprised of a restored medieval castle, Georgian house and 2 acres of landscaped grounds. Situated in a picturesque riverside location, the castle is a beautiful place to enjoy a day out. Fun fact: Cardigan Castle is the birthplace of National Eisteddfod. There are loads more where this came from! With 900 years of history to be discovered at the castle, your kids will learn many fascinating stories from the past. Who knows, by the end of the day, history may have climbed to the top of their favourite school subjects’ list!”
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Natural Feature
“Away from the City, Tenby has the most stunning views of the coast, along with rows of colourful houses and famous for its fish and chips!”
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“A huge range of 'pay as you play' activities from Tree Top Walking, Go Karting to Bumper Boats and Body Zorbs. Activities to cover all ages. ”
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“Facing north, the beach is sheltered from the prevailing southwesterly winds and is popular for windsurfing, kayaking, surfing and wildlife watching. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path starts near here at St Dogmaels and many walkers pick up the path at Poppit. The beach is accessible for people with limited mobility via a boardwalk from the car park. The route is provided to help protect the sand dunes and nearby mudflats which have fragile ecosystems. There is a cafe, telephone and lifeboat station while shops and pubs can be found in the surrounding area. There is good access to the beach by bike using the local 'history and beaches' cycle route, a circular route which passes through Poppit. Blue Flag beach. Dog restrictions apply to the western end of the beach May to end September.”
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“Book ahead and ask for the table in the window for lovely views over the Teifi just a 15 minute drive from the cottage. A great selection of locally sourced dishes.”
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Andere tolle Restaurants mit Sitzmöglichkeiten im Freien
“Castell Henllys Iron Age Village is set within thirty acres of beautiful woodland and river meadows in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. As well as being home to expertly-recreated Iron Age roundhouses built exactly where they would have stood more than 2,000 years ago, these natural surroundings are teeming with wildlife such as otters, swallows and bats. Dogs on leads are welcome on the site but are not permitted inside the café. Dogs are, however, allowed on the veranda and outside seating areas.”
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“Birthplace of King Henry VII - well worth a visit. Events are held throughout the year.”
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