The beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline is world famous for its beaches, cliffs, islands and wildlife and is Britain’s only coastal national park surrounded by stunning countryside.
The picturesque town of TENBY has a warm and welcoming atmosphere with three glorious sandy beaches, a pretty harbour, medieval walls and fine Victorian houses. Exploring this compact town can be easily done on foot, discover the National Park Centre where you can learn all about the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Tenby Museum & Art Gallery, the oldest independent museum in Wales and the Tudor Merchant’s House, a museum telling the life of a wealthy merchant and his family at the turn of the16th century. Tenby also has an abundance of coastal walks right on its doorstep!
PICTON CASTLE & GARDENS is Pembrokeshire’s finest stately home consisting of a 13th century castle with a splendid Georgian wing and surrounded by 40 acres of beautiful woodland gardens. A guided tour of the Castle reveals a history that spans nearly 800 years and hidden secrets, Discover stunning architecture, fascinating collections and magnificent 18th century interiors; the handsome circular Library;the magnificent The Great Hall and the charming White and Gold Drawing room which has been a lunch venue for HRH Her Majesty the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. Outside wander through the idyllic gardens, carefully planned to provide colour and interest all year round.
PEMBROKE, one of the oldest towns in Wales, is dominated by a magnificent Norman castle which stands on a rocky ridge and surrounded on three sides by water. It is one of the finest and best preserved strongholds in the country. The Main Street runs the length of the old town with many Tudor and Georgian houses, two historic churches and a mix of shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants.