Seals Sailing Surfing Cleddau river
Barafundle St David’s Puffin Haven waterway
Our B&B in Neyland, Milford Haven is a good centre for walking holidays and we can take luggage onto the next destination for walkers. The Pembrokeshire Costal Path runs past the house. Neyland is also a convenient location to enjoy contrasting spectacular beaches, such as Barafundle in the South and Marloes and Newgale on the West coast.
Pembrokeshire has many castles as well as St David’s Cathedral (a place of pilgrimage since the 7th century), which sits in a peaceful valley. Many craft centres and galleries are available throughout the county. If you want activity why not try kayaking or coasteering, walking the Coast Path or inland. Horse riding is also a popular sport as well as surfing or golf.
Why not take RYA Sailing Courses at the Neyland Marina which is in walking distance or do some sea fishing from the Marina, or boat trips up the Secret Waterway or to the islands.. The Irish Ferry leaves twice a day from Pembroke Dock on the other side of the estuary.
Puffins can be seen on Skomer from early April until the end of July. Other birds such as guillemots, cormorants, shags and Manx Shearwaters frequent the many islands and cliffs. Seals can also be seen ‘pupping’ from late summer until mid October.