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- Pembrokeshire is a maritime county, bordered by the sea on three sides, by Ceredigion (Cardiganshire) to the northeast and by Carmarthenshire to the east.
- Pembrokeshire (Welsh: Sir Benfro) is a county in the southwest of Wales in the United Kingdom.
- Pembrokeshire is a wonderful place to get away from it all, unwind and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.
- Pembrokeshire is an area of outstanding beauty with tremendous variety.
- Pembrokeshire is a county shoved onto the front end of Wales to take the brunt of the nasty coastal weather.
- The chief river is the Teifi which forms the border with Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire for much of its length.
- Just over the border of Pembrokeshire, but standing on the Teifi - a delightful market town, and your gateway to the beautiful Teifi Valley.
- Along the fourth side flows the Teifi - at whose mouth the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path begins.
- The coastline includes famous beaches, including the Pendine Sands and Cefn Sidan sands, and is partially covered by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
- Amroth Beach - Amroth beach is located on the South Pembrokeshire coast between the towns of Saundersfoot and Pendine.
- Then, after the huge sands at Pendine (and nearby Laugharne, home of Dylan Thomas and an interesting castle) comes Pembrokeshire.
- Some of the best beaches in Britain can be found in Pembrokeshire.
- Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path will take you along one of the finest stretches of coastline in Britain.
- This archaic part of Britain, attracts thousands of visitors to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park every year.
- We offer exclusive dive charters and accommodation based at our four star rated Dive Lodge in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park.
- Farm Stay offers a range of accommodation on farms throughout Pembrokeshire.
- It is the main shopping centre for north Pembrokeshire and also has an array of accommodation, pubs and restaurants to choose from.
- The cottage offers a perfect holiday retreat in the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park.
- The cottage is a matter of metres from the beach of Poppit Sands and boasts outstanding views overlooking Cardigan Bay and the Pembrokeshire coast.
- Fishguard is a major ferry link between Pembrokeshire and Rosslare in Ireland which boasts a new high-speed catamaran and excellent new terminal facilities.
- Erinfa is in North Pembrokeshire, close to Croesgoch village and between the cathedral city of St Davids and the ferry port of Fishguard.
- Attractive quiet, family run farm caravan and camping site 1 mile from historic market town of Fishguard in north Pembrokeshire.
- The pretty village of Eglwyswrw stands in the North of Pembrokeshire, in the Hundred of Cemais.
- Ael y Bryn is off the A487 in Eglwyswrw, North Pembrokeshire - National Grid reference: SN 141 392 - or the location map.
- Trefin is an area of outstanding beauty, surrounded by the Irish Sea and located on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, between Porthgain and Abercastle.
- Abereiddy is a hamlet in the Welsh County of Pembrokeshire.
- Abereiddy to Abercastle and other things to do in Pembrokeshire at IgoUgo.
- Her father, Peter Perkins, farmed Llanvern y frane on the north Pembrokeshire coast near Abereiddy.
- Set against a stunning coastline, Pendine Sands Holiday Park is a great base for exploring Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
- Great base to explore the beauty of Pembrokeshire.
- Lamphey is a great base from which to explore Pembrokeshire.
- Ramsey Island (Welsh: Ynys Dewi) lies about 1 km off the coast of the St David's peninsula in Pembrokeshire, southwest Wales.
- After finishing her GCSEs in Pembrokeshire, Duffy returned to Nefyn when she was 15, and started singing in various local bands.
- A few particulars of the line are given under the heads of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire, and a fuller account under that of Glamorganshire.
- Luxury, self catering, timber lodge with south facing veranda offering outstanding countryside views, in Narberth, Pembrokeshire.
- Bluestone - An acoustic duo from Wales with their unique brand of original songs reflecting the life and history of pembrokeshire.
- Bluestone, at the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in Wales, is a 5 star holiday destination like no other.
- From Haverfordwest you can explore the diverse and dramatic landscapes of the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
- The Brecon Beacons the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and the Millennium Coastal Park are just some of the delights within easy reach.
- Here you can choose from the finest selection of holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion - West Wales.
- Short breaks cottage, weekend cottage deals and short breaks holiday cottages in Pembrokeshire, England.
- Character Cottages St Davids - Holiday cottages around the St Davids peninsula on the pembrokeshire coast.
- Cilgerran is also an electoral ward of Pembrokeshire (including Manordeifi community); its population was 1931 in 2001, with 53% Welsh speakers.
- Our caravan is sited on Manorbier Country Park in Tenby, West Wales a 5 star site on the unspoilt coastline of Pembrokeshire.
- Pembrokeshire Coast in South Wales - 240 square miles of unspoilt coastline.
- We are situated within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where our work goes hand in hand with nature itself on the unspoilt coastline.
- Haverfordwest - Haverfordwest is the county town of Pembrokeshire, Wales.
- Tenby is 30 minutes as is Haverfordwest the county town of Pembrokeshire.
- The county of Pembrokeshire in South Wales has a considerable amount of things to do together with a huge choice for families with kids.
- The Sealyham Terrier was named by its original breeder, Captain Edwardes, after his mansion, Sealyham, near the Sealy river in Pembrokeshire, South Wales.
- Tenby and Pembrokeshire in South Wales are also great beaches with many blue flag areas where you know your children will be safe.
- Dinas Head is contained within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs along the length of the heritage coast.
- The Pembrokeshire Coast Path (see below) provides excellent walking along the cliffs throughout the area of the heritage coast.
- The 186 mile path follows the heritage coast and takes in the entire length of the Pembrokeshire National Park.
- I think we have decided to do the north of Wales by public transport, and once we get to Cardiff do the area and Pembrokeshire by a hire car.
- The road from London to Haverfordwest by Cardiff enters from Glamorganshire, and passes through Llanelly, Kidwelly, and Laugharne, into Pembrokeshire.
- Stackpole is a village located on the coast of the old county of Pembrokeshire in the south west of Wales.
- Stackpole is a community and estate in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
- Stackpole is a community and estate in Pembrokeshire, West Wales.
- We are 1 mile out of Newport, Pembrokeshire with great views, comfortable accomodation and a warm welcome.
- Carningli hillfort is a large and prominent archeological site on the top of Mynydd Carningli south of Newport, Pembrokeshire in west Wales.
- The Nevern Estuary The Nevern Estuary near Newport, Pembrokeshire, seen at high tide from the 'Iron Bridge' across the tidal section of the river.
- Nevern (Welsh: Nanhyfer) is a small village of just a few houses in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
- Nevern (Nanhyfer) is a small village or hamlet (place), of just a few houses in Pembrokeshire, West Wales.
- Some of the earliest works of art in Pembrokeshire are the stone crosses at Carew, Penally and Nevern with their intricate Celtic designs.
- Within two miles of the A40 in the heart of Pembrokeshire, 4 miles from market town of Narberth and close to beaches.
- It is located at Keeston, in Pembrokeshire, West Wales on the A487 road, about 4 miles from Haverfordwest.
- Cardigan Island is in the southern half of Cardigan Bay, 2 miles from Pembrokeshire, 33 miles from Tenby.
- St. Davids is right in the west of Pembrokeshire, it is the most westerly place in Wales.
- The day follows the ancient pilgrimage route linking the heart of Pembrokeshire to St. Davids.
- Located between Haverfordwest and St. Davids, and in the Pembrokeshire National Park, this site is ideal for touring this lovely area.
- Skokholm is a small island nature reserve off the south west coast of Pembrokeshire, Wales.
- Skokholm is an uninhabited island off south west Pembrokeshire in Wales, lying south of Skomer.
- It's the perfect location for your Pembrokeshire holiday cottage.
- Your ideal choice of holiday cottage in the pretty harbour village of Solva, Pembrokeshire.
- The trips are weather dependent and venues will be chosen to ensure a sheltered location in North Pembrokeshire from Solva to Newport.
- Perhaps you just want to enjoy nature in peace - you can watch the dolphins of Cardigan bay, the seabirds of Pembrokeshire, or the Red Kites of Tregaron.
- Cardigan Bay (Welsh: Bae Ceredigion) is a large inlet of the Irish Sea, indenting the west coast of Wales between the Lleyn and Pembrokeshire peninsulas.
- Cardigan (Aberteifi) is about 7 miles, an attractive market town at the north of the Pembrokeshire Peninsula where the Teifi estuary flows into Cardigan Bay.
- Westfleet Haven Cruising - Yacht charter, sailing holidays and RYA tuition around the Celtic Sea and west Wales coast - Milford Haven, pembrokeshire.
- Solva, jewel of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, situated on the beautiful West Wales coast.
- Ideal to explore the spectacular coastline and coastal paths of south Pembrokeshire.
- Burton is a small village in south Pembrokeshire, Wales.
- Guide to Surfing in Wales: South pembrokeshire - A brief guide, with photographs, to surfing spots in South pembrokeshire.
- Caldey Island is separated from the mainland by the Caldey Sound which is 1km to 2km wide between Caldey Island and the coast of Pembrokeshire.
- There are several small islands off the Pembrokeshire coast, the largest of which are Ramsey Island, Grassholm Island, Skomer Island and Caldey Island.
- Perfume distillation on Caldey Island, off the South Pembrokeshire coast, began with the cultivation of lavender and other aromatic plants.
- The National Botanical Gardens, Laugharne (famous for Dylan Thomas's Boathouse) and many Pembrokeshire attractions are about a half hour drive.
- It is also the perfect base for visiting the other sandy beaches and attractions of Pembrokeshire.
- Heatherton Activity Leisure Park Heatherton, Tenby, Pembrokeshire is a leisure park featuring many activities, attractions and Sports.
- Stallion Valley is a tranquil rural hideaway centrally located in West Wales, an ideal base for exploring The Teifi Valley, Cardigan Bay and Pembrokeshire.
- This detached, single-storey property makes an ideal base for a peaceful getaway and for exploring the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire.
- Our working farm house is set in the heart of Pembrokeshire and so is an ideal base for visiting Pembrokeshire's various attractions.
- The Pembrokeshire coastal path provides miles of unbroken natural beauty for those wanting to see the coastline and its rare wildlife.
- It sits in a picturesque location just 5 minutes walk from the tiny fishing harbour and beaches of Abercastle and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
- Nearby Tenby lies on Carmarthen Bay, a popular seaside resort with beautiful beaches, 13th century town walls and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
- Manorbier is a small coastal village in South Pembrokeshire, situated halfway between Tenby and Pembroke.
- The whole coastline is dotted with beautiful beaches, and Manorbier is one of the most delightful in South Pembrokeshire.
- It is in a unique setting right on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, and there are steps which take you onto the lovely sandy beach at Manorbier.
- Crymych is a small village of around 400 inhabitants in the north of Pembrokeshire, Wales.
- The Salutation Inn at Crymych in Pembrokeshire is a 16th century coaching inn midway between Fishguard and Cardigan.
- A nice day playing in spring thermals on the Easterly slope of the Preseli Mountains, Pembrokeshire, Wales.
- The wettest places are the Brecon Beacons and the Preseli Mountains in Pembrokeshire.
- The village of Nevern is less than a mile from the beautiful fishing village of Newport, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park or Preseli Mountains.
- The coastal region of Pembrokeshire with the islands of Ramsey, Skomer, Skokholm and Grasholm is abounding with sea birds, which return each year to nest.
- Grassholm (Welsh: Gwales or Ynys Gwales) is a tiny, uninhabited island off south west Pembrokeshire in Wales, lying west of Skomer.
- Grassholm (Welsh: Ynys Gwales) is a tiny, uninhabited island off south west Pembrokeshire in Wales, lying west of Skomer.
- Rl 1. The island of Grassholm, off the coast of Pembrokeshire, home of a nursery of gannets.
- We decided to make the most of being in Pembrokeshire near the coast & booked a mega-exciting boat trip from St Justinians to Grassholm & the open irish sea.
- Grassholm is a small island which lies about 18 km west of the mainland coast of Pembrokeshire in south-west Wales.
- Inhabitants along the coastal regions of the Gower peninsula, Pembrokeshire, and Anglesey gathered the edible seaweed laver (porphyra umbilicalis).
- Cilgerran is a town in the Hundred of Cilgerran, Pembrokeshire, Wales, lying on the River Teifi.
- Pembroke Dock railway station serves the town of Pembroke Dock in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
- Crymych is a town in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
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* Carmarthen Bay
* Exploring Pembrokeshire
* Milford Haven
* National Park
* North Pembrokeshire
* Pembrokeshire Coast
* Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
* Pembrokeshire Coastline
* Pembrokeshire National Park
* Preseli Hills
* South-West Wales
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